Ohio city council goes against resident budget rankings

12/24/2012 | Cincinnati.com

The Cincinnati City Council rejected four out of six budget cuts recommended by a $100,000 public-input project that included focus groups, meetings and online surveys, and had residents rank city programs. The city faces a $34 million budget deficit, $141,580 of which will be closed by the two accepted cuts. The council would have closed $1.1 million of the gap by accepting all six cuts.

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