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The next Community Issues Forum will be on Thursday, October 6, 2022 via ZOOM
 

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Next forum on Thursday, October 6, 2022 Noon via Zoom .

Preparing For The Midterms –
Learn About Ohio’s U.S. House of Representatives’ Race

More On The Midterm Elections – Focusing On Ohio’s First Congressional District. Hear From Congressman Steve Chabot And Councilman Greg Landsman About Why They Are Competing For This Seat. Also Learn About The Hamilton County Mental Health Levy. 
Part II of Preparing for the Midterms focuses on the First Congressional District Race and the Hamilton County Mental Health Levy.  Hear from incumbent Congressman Steve Chabot and Councilman Greg Landsman about why they are the right person to hold this office. Also hear the reasons why the Mental Health Levy is an increase rather than a renewal this November This Community Issues Forum takes place via Zoom on Thursday October 6th at 12:00 Noon. As usual, attendees who link into the Forum will be invited to present their questions and comments. 

Link into this session at noon on Thursday October 6, 2022 . As usual, questions and comments will be welcomed from the Zoom participants-View livestream on You Tube.

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Past Forums

Forum (Virtual) Focuses  on Midterm Election featuring Carrie Russell Hartman, the Political Director of the Ryan for Senate Campaign (for Congressman Tim Ryan)

Thursday, September 29, 2022 Noon

As the Midterm Election approaches, the Community Issues Forum focuses on both Ballot Issues and candidates.  Carrie Russell Hartman, the Political Director of the Ryan for Senate Campaign (for Congressman Tim Ryan) and J. D. Vance (invited) will discuss why they are running for the United States Senate. Link into this session at noon on Thursday September 29th. As usual, questions and comments will be welcomed from the Zoom participants 

Cincinnati Councilman Mark Jeffreys explains the City’s proposed Charter Amendment to end the Mayor’s Pocket Veto.

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Forum (Virtual) Focuses  on More Equitable Policies for Neighborhood Development as well as more Affordable Housing

Thursday, May 5, 2022 Noon

Cincinnati needs more equitable policies for neighborhood development as well as more affordable housing. The Peaslee Neighborhood Center has taken a leadership role in advocating for initiatives focusing on these needs. At the next Community Issues Forum, Joele Newman, Peaslee’s Community Organizer, and Jenn Arens, Peaslee’s Social Justice Education Coordinator, will discuss work in progress promoting inclusionary housing and its Equitable Development Rubric. This Zoom Forum takes place on Thursday May 5th at 12:00 Noon. As usual, questions and comments will be invited from Forum attendee