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  1. ^Probably Honey Locust. Elms and pin oaks are great once they get some size to them. https://www.pottstowntrees.org/H2-Best-street-trees.html
  2. If it's these trees you speak of, it's a shame they used that type of tree in the first place. They appear to be Callery Pear trees (Bradford Pear). Aside from now being labeled an invasive tree by the state of Ohio, they are a very weak tree that does not stand up to high winds. From what most information sites conclude is they also don't usually live past 20 years. Hopefully when the time comes they will use a more native tree to our region. I believe even Home Depot and Lowes must cease selling these in Ohio by 2023. The edges of our interstates are littered with these trees which are taking over even the other invasive honeysuckle territories. https://goo.gl/maps/VmGvTWVWbp2Jd8cZ7 https://www.citylab.com/environment/2019/07/bradford-callery-pear-trees-invasive-species-forests/593044/
  3. I know some of you guys have said it before but this virus is going to be the death knell for large swaths of the US brick and mortar retail sector. If true, the next industry to suffer will be commercial real estate since we will have large amounts of empty buildings to add to the already large amounts of empty buildings around the country. This in turn will possibly leave the unemployment numbers much higher than 3% or so they have been. This in turn will mean less people traveling to and from work and vacationing and so on and on.... The domino's are already set in motion and it could be possibly years before this market gets back to where it was. But if you all want to dump all the $ you got into the market this week because you think different, I wish you all the best and hope you are correct!
  4. Agree. This market is not going to spring back to life and carry on like it was prior to Feb 19. Good chance IMO a recession will outlast the virus. Patient investors should do very well when this economy comes back, but it won't be in April, May, or June. It will be several months down the road.
  5. 2 Trillion in infrastructure spending. Could this be our one shot deal at finally making this a reality in our lifetime? https://www.cnbc.com/2020/04/01/treasury-secretary-mnuchin-says-hes-having-ongoing-discussions-about-an-infrastructure-bill.html
  6. 2 Trillion in infrastructure spending. What are the chances this could help get this going sooner than later? https://www.cnbc.com/2020/04/01/treasury-secretary-mnuchin-says-hes-having-ongoing-discussions-about-an-infrastructure-bill.html
  7. How is that even possible? Most vacant land goes for $2500 to $5000 normally on the low end. How does one organization land that many lots for that cheap?
  8. Here we go.... $5M lawsuit claims The Port stiffed local developer over redevelopment of Millennium Hotel site https://www.cincinnati.com/story/money/2020/02/25/5-m-suit-claims-port-stiffed-local-developer-millennium-deal/4866181002/
  9. That is such a horribly designed school for an urban setting. I would love to see Wesley come back to life with a re-connection to Chestnut and Elizabeth.
  10. 3 retailers sign deals to move into redeveloped space in Western Hills Plaza https://local12.com/news/local/3-retailers-sign-deals-to-move-into-redeveloped-space-in-western-hills-plaza-cincinnati
  11. Fox 19 take on the situation: At least Kody went inside to talk to folks. https://www.fox19.com/2020/01/12/historic-cheviot-restaurant-close-after-years-business/
  12. Some folks in this Westside Capital are not happy with the way WKRC is portraying the city. Several small businesses have closed due to retirements and the death of an owner. Cheviot Gazette Response: https://www.cheviotgazette.com/post/channel-12-and-brad-underwood-owe-stone-s-and-the-city-of-cheviot-an-apology Original WKRC article: https://local12.com/news/local/for-sale-cheviot-sees-string-of-small-family-owned-businesses-closing-in-last-few-years-cincinnati
  13. Yea I deleted the app awhile ago and quit sharing the links on my pages. They will be gone soon enough. Why settle for junk journalism when their is so much to choose from these days?
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