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File #: 202001739    Version: 1
Type: Motion Status: Adopted
File created: 9/23/2020 In control: Cincinnati City Council
On agenda: 10/14/2020 Final action: 10/14/2020
ORD/RES# date: ORD/RES#:
Title: MOTION, submitted by Councilmember Sittenfeld, Seelbach, Landsman and Kearney, WHEREAS the City of Cincinnati continues to commit to citywide pedestrianization efforts to improve quality of life, safety, and environmental health; and, WHEREAS these efforts have included smaller-scale efforts like improved signage and markings in Neighborhood Business Districts and large-scale efforts like the Liberty Street Improvement Project; and, WHEREAS a core tenet of these efforts has been reducing the portion of the right-of-way dominated by automobile traffic and increasing the portion of the right-of-way available to walkers, cyclists, trees, art and civic and cultural gatherings; and, WHEREAS Central Parkway - one of Cincinnati's most high-profile and historic corridors - is poised for and in need of such improvements; and, WHEREAS the North-South portion of Central Parkway from the south end turn in the road up to Liberty Street, which runs alongside some of our City's most important cultura...
Sponsors: P.G. Sittenfeld, Chris Seelbach, Greg Landsman, Jan-Michele Kearney
Attachments: 1. MOTION 202001739

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MOTION, submitted by Councilmember Sittenfeld, Seelbach, Landsman and Kearney, WHEREAS the City of Cincinnati continues to commit to citywide pedestrianization efforts to improve quality of life, safety, and environmental health; and, WHEREAS these efforts have included smaller-scale efforts like improved signage and markings in Neighborhood Business Districts and large-scale efforts like the Liberty Street Improvement Project; and, WHEREAS a core tenet of these efforts has been reducing the portion of the right-of-way dominated by automobile traffic and increasing the portion of the right-of-way available to walkers, cyclists, trees, art and civic and cultural gatherings; and, WHEREAS Central Parkway - one of Cincinnati’s most high-profile and historic corridors - is poised for and in need of such improvements; and, WHEREAS the North-South portion of Central Parkway from the south end turn in the road up to Liberty Street, which runs alongside some of our City’s most important cultural, civic, arts, educational, and governmental institutions, can and should be a world-class corridor, on par with the world’s great urban streets. (BALANCE ON FILE IN CLERK’S OFFICE).

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ADOPT