Jay Hanselman

Jay Hanselman brings more than 10 years experience as a news anchor and reporter to 91.7 WVXU. He came to WVXU from WNKU, where he hosted the local broadcast of All Things Considered.  Hanselman has been recognized for his reporting by the Kentucky AP Broadcasters Association, the Ohio Society of Professional Journalists, and the Ohio AP Broadcasters.

Hanselman covers Cincinnati City Hall for WVXU.

The Hamilton County commissioners are renaming the county administration building in Downtown Cincinnati the Todd B. Portune Center for County Government.

Cincinnati City Council and the public school board met separately Wednesday to discuss next steps for a 1999 tax abatement agreement set to expire in 13 days. Both agreed on different extension deadlines, effectively negating a new agreement for now. 

Cincinnati City Council has approved creating 15 new tax increment financing (TIF) districts that city officials say will benefit those city neighborhoods.

Metropolitan Sewer District customers will find out Thursday if they'll be paying higher rates next year.  

A 20-year tax abatement between Cincinnati and the public school district expires on Dec. 31, and there's still not a new plan to take its place. Some council members want the current one extended for 90 days while negotiations continue.

The city of Cincinnati is about to add transit agency to its list of responsibilities.  

More than 20 people testified Monday afternoon against creating 15 new tax increment financing (TIF) districts in Cincinnati.

Cincinnati is developing a plan to test the water flow of more than 14,000 fire hydrants in the city. It comes after a house fire on Rose Hill Avenue in North Avondale in November where firefighting efforts were hampered by low flow from hydrants on the street.

Hamilton County homeowners will get a slightly larger property tax rebate next year as part of the 1996 sales tax increase to pay for new stadiums for the Reds and Bengals.

Updated: Wednesday, Dec. 11 4:02 p.m. 

Cincinnati City Council adopted a motion Wednesday designed to bring more balance to development projects in the city. 

Cities around the country deal with the same issue: offering the right amount of incentives to developers to complete projects in their cities without giving away too much.  

The Hamilton County Commissioners gave final approval Thursday night to a $17 million expansion of the Sharonville Convention Center.

The Hamilton County Commission on Women and Girls (HCCWG) will present its report and recommendations to the county commission Thursday evening.

Hamilton County homeowners will find out next month how much of a rebate they'll get on their 2020 property tax bills from the 1996 sales tax increase to pay for new stadiums for the Reds and Bengals.

Cincinnati council is expected to vote Dec. 18 to create 15 new tax increment financing (TIF) districts to benefit city neighborhoods.  

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