March 1, 2021
Cincinnati's Charter Committee:
Can a resurgent third party restore good government at city hall?
The last time Cincinnati's government was in as much turmoil as it is today, city leaders decided to blow the whole thing up. The charter reforms that remade Cincinnati almost a century ago wiped out a political machine and made the city a model for fighting corruption in communities across the country. Now, some say it's time to do it all again.
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Murray Seasongood 1924
First Charter Committee
Mayor of Cincinnati
February 27, 2021
"Is this about party ego?" Democrats tighten rules for Cincinnati City Council endorsements, spurring controversy.
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February 26, 2021
Opinion: Has the stronger mayor system influenced corruption at City Hall?
Raffel Prophett, Opinion contributor
February 24, 2021
Matt Woods, Charter Committee President: "The City Manager is the CEO, not the Mayor."
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February 14, 2021
Mayor's Role Not As Cincinnati's Sole Development Czar
February 6, 2021
City's Review Panel to Set Rules To Insulate Development From Political Influence,
by David Mann
February 10, 2021
Rise To Power: How Cranley Became Cincinnati's Most Powerful Mayor in Almost a Century
February 1, 2021
Cincinnati Edition WVXU Interview with Charter President Matt Woods,