Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Hamilton County Commissioners reject new tax for Museum Center

You have to hand it to the leaders of the Cincinnati Museum Center: They don't give up!

Well, neither do COASTers, especially Jeff Capell, who has doggedly persisted in opposing the CMC's proposed $150 million tax for Union Terminal renovations.

Fortunately, the Commissioners are unanimously opposed to this new tax.  The Enquirer has it here.

2 comments:

  1. Hamilton County residentApril 3, 2012 at 9:05 PM

    Excellent news. It is not the responsibility of Hamilton County taxpayers to repair Cincinnati's buildings. If Cincinnati wants to build a streetcar instead of take care of their buildings, it's not our problem.

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  2. We are outraged by this decision! This was a great opportunity for our County Commissioners to tax all Hamilton County owners to help out our good friends in Cincinnati. They have a streetcar to construct, they need our money.

    http://republicans4highertaxes.blogspot.com/2012/04/commissioners-kill-museum-center-tax.html

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