First District Court of Appeals http://wmub.org en City objects to further stay in parking case http://wmub.org/post/city-objects-further-stay-parking-case <P>UPDATE: 6/13 5:40 pm</P> <P>Cincinnati lawyers have filed a brief with the appeals court objecting to the plaintiffs' request for a stay in parking case.&nbsp; The first two paragraphs from the city's request:</P> <BLOCKQUOTE> <P>The Court yesterday reinforced for the public that its role is not to embroil itself in political debates, but rather engage in a straightforward application of the language of the Cincinnati Charter.&nbsp; Plaintiffs' request for a stay is a political document, an invitation for the Court to entangle itself in the parking lease debate that is best let to the le Thu, 13 Jun 2013 21:40:50 +0000 Howard Wilkinson 13715 at http://wmub.org City objects to further stay in parking case Parking lease case now in hands of appeals court http://wmub.org/post/parking-lease-case-now-hands-appeals-court <p>The fate of the city of Cincinnati’s parking lease ordinance – and whether or not citizens can put a referendum on the November ballot – is now in the hands of a three-judge panel of the Ohio First District Court of Appeals, which heard oral arguments from both sides Monday morning.</p><p><br>The three judges – Penelope Cunningham, Patrick Dinkelacker, and Pat DeWine – heard from lawyers from the city and for the plaintiffs who filed the common pleas lawsuit against the parking lease plan in a half-hour hearing.</p> Mon, 06 May 2013 14:59:43 +0000 Howard Wilkinson 12208 at http://wmub.org Parking lease case now in hands of appeals court