Towards this end:
- We intend to continue to push for modernization in the bureaucracies of the City and the County to save money and deliver improved services to our populace.
- We believe that starts with fundamental reform of Ohio public-sector and private sector labor laws, and encourage our elected and civic leaders to continue to advance that agenda.
- We are opposed to wasteful boondoggle programs such as the Streetcar that threaten to further destabilize our region's finances. This will be pursued on several fronts, including: (a) the Blue Ash Airport litigation, (b) opposing the PUCO rate hike on City residents, and (c) continuing to speak out about the waste of money by the City.
- We oppose the use of tax dollars for campaign purposes. Thus, we will continue to pursue the third round of litigation against Cincinnati Public Schools in this regard, this time to finally have such illegal conduct enjoined permanantly.
- We intend to be active in the upcoming Mayoral and City Council elections, pointing out that the currently-crazy Council is bankrupting the City.
- We will be developing strategies, with our varied coalition partners, to oppose the pernicious privatization of the parking function by the City Council.
- We want to hold the County Commissioners' feet to the fire to solve the continuing stadium funding crisis without a further burden on Cincinnati taxpayers.