City Council Resolution to end the 24-hour reporting requirement - Committee Vote

Communities United For Action won an agreement from Mayor Cranley to work to end the 24-hour reporting requirement to get help for sewer backups under the Sewer Backup Response Program. Now, he is working to get the support of City Council with resolution to be introduced into Committee March 3rd. Should the resolution pass, it will be voted on by the full council Wednesday, March 4th. Come show your support for ending the 24-hour rule! 

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Tuesday, March 3rd, Major Projects & Smart Government Committee
Press Conference at 12:30 PM
Committee begins at 1 PM

Click here for the full Council vote event:
Wednesday, March 4th, City Council
Public Comment begins at 5:30 pm


March 03, 2020 at 12:30pm - 2:30pm
Cincinnati City Hall
801 Plum St
Council Chambers, 3rd floor
Cincinnati, OH 45202
United States
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