This week on Hear Cincinnati, host Brian Niesz, reporter Lucy May, enterprise and investigative manager Meghan Wesley and content coordinator Scott Kyser discuss DAAP students making toys for homeless kids, the NFL draft, free bees and more.
Brian then talks with government and politics reporters Amanda Seitz and Paula Christian about Acting City Manager Patrick Duhaney proposal to add significant funding to the city’s long-troubled 911 system.
Later, Brian continues with Amanda and Paula to discuss why the public group charged with making decisions on The Banks project met in secret Wednesday to discuss a concert venue on the riverfront.
Listen to this episode in the player above.
- 2:00 - The panel discusses Fiona, toys for the homeless, Bengals draft and more.
- 19:50 - Reporters Amanda Seitz and Paula Christian discuss the plan to save the city's 911 system
- 33:00 - Reporters Amanda Seitz and Paula Christian stay to talk about why the group that decides the future of The Banks met in private this week.
You can read more about these stories at wcpo.com/hear.