Monday, March 14, 2005

Millworks Isn't Free

In the article announcing the pending deal to add a new Jungle Jim's market to the Cincinnati Millworks in Oakley we learn about one of the sticking points that Jim wants assurance on, the city's commitment to building a new roadways to connect Kennedy Avenue and it's I-71 access points to the Millworks project. The city has already earmarked $6.9 million to the $19.3 million dollar road project. Don't get me wrong, this road project is badly needed whether or not the Millworks happened or not. I just want to make sure no one thinks that the City is not shelling out some bucks for this. I hope the State/Federal governments pick up the rest. This is the type of development that every red blooded Republican should be chomping at the bit to support. I guess the only drawback is that it is not up in Mason.

This hopefully will not require Eminent Domain, but if it does, it should sail through without any significant hindrances.

2 comments:

  1. What does this sentence mean?
    " I just want to make sure no one thinks that the City is not shelling out some bucks for this."
    How does one make sure that no one thinks?

    And what is this $19.3 million road project?

    What improvements are needed to the roads that you are referring?

    Why should emminent domain be good in this case and why should it be able to fly through without resistance?

    And tell me why should every red blooded american get behind this?
    Dieter Schmied | Email | Homepage | 03.14.05 - 9:46 am | #

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  2. What does this sentence mean?
    " I just want to make sure no one thinks that the City is not shelling out some bucks for this."
    How does one make sure that no one thinks?

    And what is this $19.3 million road project?

    What improvements are needed to the roads that you are referring?

    Why should emminent domain be good in this case and why should it be able to fly through without resistance?

    And tell me why should every red blooded american get behind this?
    Dieter Schmied | Email | Homepage | 03.14.05 - 9:46 am | #

    ReplyDelete

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