Community Investment, Er, Reinvestment Action

[All from the Newark Advocate this past week]

Transit Board may cut Sunday service: Director says money being lost with few people riding Jul. 10, 2014 by Emily Maddern
““We’re just trying to find a way to survive and not go broke,” he [Licking County Transit Board Director and County Commissioner Tim Bubb] said. “It’s unfortunate, but it doesn’t do any good if you have to go into the red and shut it down.””

Heath council to review tax breaks for three sites on James Parkway Jul. 12, 2014 by Kent Mallett
“The Heath City Council will consider requests for Community Reinvestment Area tax abatements for all three locations. Approval could come at the July 21 or Aug. 4 council meetings. The requests come from the Heath-Newark-Licking County Port Authority, Southgate Corporation and ISO Technologies.”
“The three applicants seek 100 percent tax abatements for all real property, after construction has finished, [Heath Zoning Chief John] Groff said.”

Newark woman says goodbye to church because of possible transit cuts: Local woman says goodbye to church Jul. 16, 2014 by Emily Maddern
““If we’re going to save money, we’ve got to take action,” he [Licking County Transit Board Director and County Commissioner Tim Bubb] said.”

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