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Three new Cincinnati City Council members will be sworn in when a new council prepares to take office in January.
Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley won a second term, as voters granted him the powers of a "strong mayor" for another four years.
City Council members will also serve four-year terms, giving them plenty of time to work on Cincinnati's issues and get things done.
What should their priorities be?
Our What You Said question this week is: What issues should the Cincinnati City Council and mayor focus on in 2018?
We'd like to hear your thoughts, even if you don't live in the city of Cincinnati.
Cincinnati is the core of the region, and its health and welfare affects all of the surrounding communities, making the work of the mayor and the council something that has an impact beyond the city boundaries.
Please share your opinions with us, and we'll publish some of the most interesting and representative in our What You Said feature later this week.
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