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Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Cincinnati Quality of Life

The quarterly Quality of Life Index for the city is out, showing things like numbers of citations written for litter, numbers of drug-related evictions and crime statistics by neighborhood



Looks like a lot more junk cars (1,870) were removed, but fewer potholes (32,411) were filled.



Read the whole thing here.



The quarterly reports were ordered by council starting in 2002.


6 Comments:

at 2:43 PM, January 29, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Get ready for the avalanche of comments from the Cincinnati haters. These people are such losers, they hate it here, yet they stay here. That makes them Enormous F**king Losers.

 
at 3:50 PM, January 29, 2008 Anonymous There Goes The Neighbourhood said...

The report is hard to read Jane. Couldn't you have obtained a full colour PDF? From what I can read it seems that the Central Business District has become one of the safer areas of town. Price Hill, Covedale, Westwood and the rest of District 3 have become the worst part of town unfortunately. It's the new 'hood.

When are the CPD going to reclaim District 3? (The answer is after Streicher is forced out and replaced by a competent commander, found via a national search).

 
at 11:30 PM, January 29, 2008 Blogger Quim said...

Man, There ain't kiddin about that thing being hard to read.
The CPD sure isn't blowing the budget on graphics.

 
at 4:54 PM, January 30, 2008 Blogger Kevin LeMaster said...

I've been trying to get a non-scanned copy from the office of the City Manager, but they never respond to my inquiries.

 
at 7:19 PM, January 31, 2008 Blogger SpongeBob SquarePants said...

City Council memos are scanned because the City Manager has to approve them before they are sent to the Mayor and Council. So anything that is part of the Council record has to be scanned because the City Manager has to initial it. I wish they could electronically sign it, but we're not that technologically advanced.

I would suggest contacting the department that wrote the memo and see if they will send you a PDF or a hard copy of the original electronic file instead of relying on a scanned copy.

 
at 8:41 PM, February 05, 2008 Anonymous Cincy Capell said...

Did one of those junked cars belong to local racist/blogger
Nathaniel Livingston?

 
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