What do Cincinnati's 'forgotten neighborhoods' want to hear in Cranley's State of the City address?

WCPOPublished: October 3, 2017
Published: October 3, 2017

There's a good amount of work happening around Marilyn Evans' home in South Cumminsville. The projects are part of the city's Capital Acceleration Program, aimed at getting infrastructure fixed as quickly as possible. "It's not moving as fast as we'd like it to be," said Evans, her neighborhood's community council president. "But I guess for anything to be a success, it has to move slow." Mayor John Cranley, up for reelection, is expected to highlight that kind of work Monday night during his State of the City Address at Memorial Hall.

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