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Monday, April 14, 2008

Report on Fort Washington Way decks is in

Remember that story about what should be built on proposed Fort Washington Way decks?

Here's the final report.


5 Comments:

at 12:03 PM, April 14, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Link takes to a webmail login. Not report.

 
at 12:49 PM, April 14, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

I like the story, though, especially the idea of building a tram to Newport. Like anyone goes to Cincinnati in the first place.

Might be a good place to put CityLink.

Maybe a streetcar system should go here to take folks to the entrance of the Freedom Center, since no one can find it.

How about a scale model of Mt. Rushmore, but with the Mallorys carved in it instead? Publicly funded, natch, with contractors picked by the M's.


Put a toilet in the middle of it, and require Cincinnati taxpayers - the four or five people that live in the city and actually work instead of sponging benifits - flush their paychecks down it.


If the Banks is any measure, you have a decade to think about it anyway.

 
at 2:37 PM, April 14, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

The foot-tapping Bold Typist is an expert on decks of all sizes.

 
at 3:54 PM, April 14, 2008 Blogger Quim said...

Password ?

 
at 1:34 PM, April 15, 2008 Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello, Enquirer???

Can we get a link that works to access the report??

 
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