In this week's edition of The Cincinnati Herald, there is a short yet we believe very important announcement regarding a chance for the general public to debate the City of Cincinnati's proposed streetcar initiative.
It reads as follows:
The Pros and Cons of the proposed Streetcar
Should the City of Cincinnati build a new proposal for a streetcar line? Since the initial airing of the proposal for a streetcar, local citizens and groups have lined up for and against the initiative. In fact, signatures are currently being collected for a ballot initiative that would prevent the city from going forward with this project.
At the next Community Issues Forum, at noon, May 28, at Christ Church Cathedral, The Undercroft, 318 East Fourth St., Michael Moore, director of the City's Department of Transportation and Engineering, will speak in favor of the streetcar proposal, and a representative of the coalition against the streetcar will speak against against it. Lunch can be purchased for $5.00, or you can bring a brown bag.
What do you think about the City of Cincinnati's plan to build a streetcar?
Are you for or against it?
Today's discussion on The Black Fist Blog is about the streetcar. Let's talk about it.