City, county face $1,000-a-day fines over delays to sewer overhaul
Cincinnati and Hamilton County could face $1,000-a-day fines for blowing a deadline on the $3.2 billion Metropolitan Sewer District overhaul if they do not approve bids and funding for an important part of the work soon.
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#1 Mar 7, 2014
Everyone in favor of the responsible bidder criteria is pointing the finger at Hamilton County being opposed to this responsible bidder requirement and states the county has forced MSD to halt all MSD work. Not one journal entry/article has examined why the City has not released any Cincinnati Water Works projects (CWW). If the City feels like they are not breaking any laws, why are they not releasing bids for needed repairs on waterlines to be constructed/updated? Seems like the City does not agree with their own rules/ordinances, and has halted their own projects from being constructed. Kind of contradicting isn't it?
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