To ensure the Brent Spence Bridge remains safe and viable until it’s replaced or renovated, Kentucky won’t rule out diverting truck traffic to Interstate 275, as it did when deck work was conducted on the bridge in the 1990s.”Diversion of traffic is still on the table. We would still have to allow local (truck) delivery, of course,” Ms. Soporowski said.
Jim Duane, OKI executive director, said shutting down the bridge to all traffic is unlikely during construction.”We can’t shut down an interstate – one of the biggest interstates (I-75) in the country at that. But to handle the level of traffic we’re talking about, we’re going to have to go to a bridge that handles anywhere from half as much more to twice as much traffic,” Duane said.Cincinnati’s next city manager will take over a city facing a $27 million budget deficit next year, sluggish development prospects and continuing racial tension.
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And police officials, civic leaders and business executives have their own expectations for Valerie Lemmie, whose hiring is expected to be approved today by City Council.Ms. Lemmie, 49, now Dayton’s city manager, is Cincinnati Mayor Charlie Luken’s nominee to fill the spot here. If approved, she will be responsible for implementing City Council’s agenda, managing daily operations of city government and overseeing a 6,600-member work force. She is expected to begin work here in April.
Under the deal negotiated with Luken, Ms. Lemmie would receive an annual salary of $176,000. Including benefits, travel allowances and other perks, her total compensation package is valued at $193,000 a year.Sheila Adams, president of the Urban League of Greater Cincinnati, said tops on the city manager’s list should be striving for more inclusion in the decision-making process and helping those who have felt disenfranchised in recent years.”She is going to have to have the expertise to deal with both the private and public sectors, and work to restore the trust and confidence in city government,” Ms. Adams said.