June 26, 2014
More than $3.2 billion in construction projects have been put on ice by the Cincinnati Metropolitan Sewer District as a result of mandates imposed by Cincinnati City Council at the behest of labor unions that were opposed by the Hamilton County Commissioners.
That impasse was broken today by U.S. District Court Magistrate Karen Litkovitz with a 29-page decision siding with the County under their joint operating agreement creating the sewer district.
You can read more about the decision here.
Congratulations to the Hamilton County Commissioners, the Dinsmore & Shohl law firm, their outside counsel, and Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters for this important win.