Opponents of two city issues collect and turn in signatures for ballot measure

Mon, Aug 3 2009 — Source: WLWT 5

Opponents to two high-profile projects in Cincinnati have turned in signatures to get the issues placed before voters this fall. A coalition of groups, including the NAACP and COAST, worked to get the signatures so that voters can decide if the city should spend $200 million on a streetcar project and consider turning the water system into a regional water district.

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