CINCINNATI -- Hamilton County residents looking to get insight into the county’s budget can get their chance on Tuesday night.
Hamilton County Commissioner Chris Monzel will speak at an EmpowerU event at the Evendale Recreation Center at 7 p.m.
Monzel will speak about the county’s 2014 proposed budget and then open the floor for a Q&A session.
After the speech, two public hearings are slated to take place at later dates.
The recreation center is at 10500 Reading Road.
Participants are asked to register for the event at: https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?llr=wy6u5xeab&oeidk=a07e81xf1yx5754be35&oseq
The cost to attend is $5.
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