Monday, July 28, 2014

Cincinnati weighs an "icon tax" to save beleagured historic buildings

Two magisterial structures in Cincinnati--the ornate Music Hall and Union Terminal--are the subject of a proposed sales tax to raise money needed to preserve the buildings.  The Cincinnati Enquirer ran a series of op-eds today on the issue, which provide a nice collection of opinions on the merits of using arts, historic preservation, and sports as an economic development catalyst. 

Stephen R. Miller

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