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Cranley kills increased parking tickets, cuts to business groups in budget plan

Cincinnati Business Courier | May 25, 2017

Parking tickets would not increase from $45 to $60 and business groups that receive city funding would not see their allocations cut under the budget plan Mayor John Cranley will send to the City Council today.

Mayor John Cranley unveils his budget proposal

WCPO | May 25, 2017

Mayor John Cranley unveiled his 2018 proposed budget plan Thursday, focusing on social services and saying he would not increase parking tickets.

Mayor Cranley's budget plan focuses on social services, not increasing parking tickets

Cincinnati Enquirer | May 25, 2017

Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley on Thursday took his turn in the annual political chess match played at City Hall during budget season, unveiling a plan that restores $3 million in operating-expense cuts proposed by City Manager Harry Black.

City of Cincinnati’s population continues growth streak

Cincinnati Business Courier | May 25, 2017

The city of Cincinnati’s population increased again in 2016, according to new U.S. Census Bureau data released on Thursday, making it the fifth year in a row the number of people living in the city has increased.

Cranley's Version of City Budget Restores Millions In Cuts

WVXU | May 25, 2017

Cincinnati Mayor John Cranley rolled out his version of the $1.6 billion all-funds city budget Thursday afternoon, one in which he restored about $3 million in cuts that were in the budget proposal of City Manager Harry Black.

Was Cranley right to kill the parking deal?

Cincinnati Enquirer | May 23, 2017

When John Cranley ran for mayor in 2013, he campaigned loudly against two things: the streetcar and a plan to privatize city parking. We know what happened to the streetcar, which today is rolling through Downtown and Over-the-Rhine.

Mayor John Cranley hopes for another four years helping to govern 'the greatest city on Earth'

WCPO | April 27, 2017

It might be easy, at first, to dismiss John Cranley's enthusiasm for the city of Cincinnati as nothing more than the well-rehearsed recitation of a politician seeking re-election. Easy, but not accurate.

A Closer Look At John Cranley

WVXU | April 19, 2017

John Cranley was only 26 in 2000 when he burst on to the political scene, taking on Republican Steve Chabot in the First Congressional District, losing with 45 percent of the vote.

Cranley proposes minimum wage boost for city employees to $15 per hour

WCPO | March 29, 2017

Full-time city employees could soon be earning a minimum wage of $15 per hour, among other labor reforms aimed at strengthening the middle class that were announced Tuesday morning by Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-OH) and Mayor John Cranley.

Cranley outlines priorities for second term

Cincinnati Business Courier | February 21, 2017

Mayor John Cranley will give his full-throated backing to a Hamilton County-wide sales tax to expand and improve bus service in Cincinnati as he makes it official that he is running for a second term on Tuesday night.