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The next Forum will take place on Thursday, April 27, 2017.
Local Responses To What Is Going On In Washington Part II: The Impact On The Environment – E.P.A Cuts And Much More
Thursday April 27, 2017, 12:00 Noon,
Christ Church Cathedral Forum Room, 318 East Fourth Street
With a huge proposed cut in the E.P.A. budget and the elimination of President Obama’s Executive Orders on the environment, public concern has mounted about the future of environmental protection under this Administration. Earth Day events across the country and the March for Science in Washington, D.C. will showcase this concern. At the next Community Issues Forum, D. David Altman, an Environmental Attorney who specializes in defending average citizens from the impacts of major polluters, will review what is happening in Washington and what citizens can do locally. This luncheon forum takes place at 12:00 noon, Thursday April 27th, Christ Church Cathedral Forum Room (Third Floor), 318 East Fourth Street.
Cincinnati’s Mayoral Candidates Present Their Views April 13, 2017
What are the issues that the candidates for mayor will focus on if elected in November? At the next Community Issues Forum, the mayoral candidates will answer this question and discuss what compels them to run for this office. The candidates include Rob Richardson, Councilmember Yvette Simpson, and Mayor John Cranley. This luncheon Forum presentation takes place at 12:00 noon, Thursday April 13th, Christ Church Cathedral Forum Room (Third Floor), 318 East Fourth Street. Also, at 12:00 noon,
What Are The Issues That Should Concern City Council And Mayoral Candidates In This Year’s Campaign? Part II March 30, 2017
What are the issues that the City Council and Mayoral candidates should be talking about in this year’s campaign? Part II of this Community Issues Forum series will feature another panel of civic and neighborhood leaders presenting the concerns and proposals that they believe need to be addressed by the candidates. This panel includes Pat Garry, Chair of Affordable Housing Advocates, Mike Maloney, Convener of the Urban Appalachian Community Coalition, and Pastor Ennis Tait, President of the Faith Community Alliance of Greater Cincinnati.