Public Policy and Community Information Research
Candidates For The Cincinnati School Board Make Their Case Thursday September 19, 2019, 12:00 Noon,
Christ Church Cathedral Forum Room, 318 East Fourth Street
Recognizing the importance of public education, the Community Issues Forum will feature the candidates running for the Cincinnati School Board. At the next forum, Eve Bolton, Carolyn Jones, and Pamela Bowers (the incumbents), and Marlena Brookfield, Ben Lindy, Heather Couch, Gary Favor, and Steve Megerle will make their case for winning a seat on the Board.
Applied Information Resources’ office has moved! We are now located at 30 Garfield Place, Suite 302, The Building is also known as the Cincinnati Club.
Forum Focuses on Neighborhood Organizing
Thursday, September 12, 2019
The Community Issues Forum kicks off its new season with a forum focusing on neighborhood organizing. A panel –Daughton King, Jenn Arens, and Michele Dillingham -led by Joele Newman, Lead Organizer for the Peaslee Neighborhood Center, will discuss Peaslee’s Equitable Development Rubric and other collaborative neighborhood initiatives. This luncheon forum takes place at 12:00 noon, Thursday September 12th, The Peaslee Neighborhood Center, 215 East 14th Street in Over-the-Rhine. (Limited parking is available in the parking lot next to the Center.)
Forum Focuses on Three Grassroots Efforts To Reform The City’s Policy Of Providing Unconditional Support To Private Developers
Thursday May 16, 2019, 12:00 Noon,
Several grassroots efforts are currently underway that would reform the City’s longterm policy of providing unconditional support to large development projects. At the next Community Issues Forum, Jenn Arens of the Peaslee Neighborhood Center, Michelle Dillingham, Executive Director of Community Shares, and John Schrider, Director of the Legal Society Aid of Southwest Ohio, will describe the Equitable Development Rubric for neighborhoods, tax abatement reforms, and a policy proposal to require housing developers to include a percentage of affordable units in their projects
Forum Focuses on The Collaborative Agreement Today – How Is This 2002 Legal Agreement To Improve Community/Police Relations Faring?
Thursday May 2, 2019, 12:00 Noon,
Where do things stand with the Collaborative Agreement today? This formal agreement emerged in 2002 as the result of a federal law suit filed by Cincinnati’s African American leadership against the City for longstanding discriminatory police practices. At the next Community Issues Forum, Jason N. Cooper, Collaborative Agreement Sustainability Manager for the City of Cincinnati, and Iris Roley, Project Manager for the Cincinnati Black United Front’s Collaborative Agreement and Its Refresher, will provide an update on the Collaborative Agreement after it underwent a recent reevaluation and planning process. This luncheon presentation takes place at 12:00 noon, Thursday May 2nd, Christ Church Cathedral Forum Room (Third Floor), 318 East Fourth Street.