CINCINNATI -- The Cincinnati City Council’s Budget and Finance Committee will hold a special session on Tuesday.
The meeting is slated to start at 10:30 a.m. in Room 300 at City Hall.
Councilmembers said the purpose of the meeting to consider and an take action on “any items referred to and received by the committee.”
One of the topics is restoring some funding for the city's Neighborhood Business District program.
The committee members include: Vice Mayor Roxanne Qualls, Councilwoman Yvette Simpson, Councilwoman Laure Quinlivan, Councilman Chris Seelbach, Councilman P.G. Sittenfeld, Councilman Chris Smiterman, Councilwoman Pamula Thomas, Councilman Charles Winburn and Councilman Wendell Young.
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