budget

Hamilton County Commission
1:10 pm
Wed November 6, 2013

Hamilton County approves 2014 budget

Hamilton County Commissioners approved the 2014 general fund budget Wednesday.

The $204.1 million spending plan was nearly unchanged from the plan presented by county administration. The only difference being redirecting $6.65 million in indigent care levy funds from the UC Medical Center to cover a gap in the Sheriff's inmate care budget.

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Hamilton County Commission
3:44 pm
Mon November 4, 2013

Minor budget tweaks expected ahead of vote

The budget Hamilton County Commissioners vote on later this week will likely look a lot like the one proposed by county administration.

Board President Chris Monzel is suggesting just one change. The proposed budget calls for cutting $6.65 million in indigent care levy funds from the UC Medical Center and using it to cover a gap in the Sheriff's inmate care budget.

In his proposal, Monzel writes:

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Hamilton County Commission
2:45 pm
Mon October 28, 2013

Commissioners weighing budget options

Hamilton County Commissioners are slated to vote next week on the 2014 general fund budget. Board President Chris Monzel will present some adjustments Monday to the current proposal and he's hoping for universal agreement.

Commissioner Greg Hartmann says what likely won't be in the budget is a response to last weeks appeal from the county coroner for a new crime lab.

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Hamilton County Commission
1:02 pm
Mon October 7, 2013

No tax increases in proposed 2014 Hamilton County Budget

Hamilton County Commissioners are unanimous - the 2014 budget won't include tax increases.

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Cincinnati budget
12:01 pm
Tue July 30, 2013

Cincy Council majority ready to restore some budget cuts

Six Cincinnati Council Members announcing plans to make about $4 million in budget restorations during a City Hall press conference.
Jay Hanselman

Six Cincinnati Council Members are ready to restore about $4 million to the recently approved city budget after better than anticipated revenue collections for May and June.  

The funds will be used for things like recreation, parks, human services and the health department.  Council Member Laure Quinlivan said there's added money for parks too, which was a popular topic during public hearings in May.

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