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    New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S. *Ernest Nathan Morial*, known as Dutch *Morial* (October 9, 1929 – December 24, 1989), was an American political figure and a leading civil rights advocate. He was the first African-American mayor of New Orleans, serving from 1978 to 1986.
     
    New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S. *Ernest Nathan Morial*, known as Dutch *Morial* (October 9, 1929 – December 24, 1989), was an American political figure and a leading civil rights advocate. He was the first African-American mayor of New Orleans, serving from 1978 to 1986.
     
    *MAYOR LATOYA CANTRELLMayor LaToya Cantrell 2018- Present*
     
    *MAYOR LATOYA CANTRELLMayor LaToya Cantrell 2018- Present*
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    * **January*: ATU Local 1560 members and Transdev will have a joint training session with FMCS.
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    * **January:* ATU Local 1560 members and Transdev will have a joint training session with FMCS.
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    *February:* FMCS Training
     
    ATU Local 1560: ATU SUNDAY at Law Street Baptist Church, Pastor Johnny Arvie
     
    ATU Local 1560: ATU SUNDAY at Law Street Baptist Church, Pastor Johnny Arvie
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    *March*: ATU Local 1560 will CELEBRATE Transit week March 15, 2020 at First Pilgrim Bastis Church, Pastor Eugene Mitchelle
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    *March:* ATU Local 1560 will CELEBRATE Transit Operators in March
     
    *Bus Driver's Day March 18, 2020*
     
    *Bus Driver's Day March 18, 2020*
     
    video from 2019 Celebrating Operators
     
    video from 2019 Celebrating Operators
     
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    ENLIGHTENING, ENCOURAGING, EMPOWERING
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    video from 2019 Celebrating Operators
     
    video from 2019 Celebrating Operators
     
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    TRANSIT DRIVER APPRECIATION DAY MARCH 18th
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    Transit Driver Appreciation day is an annual event to celebrate the public service of public transit vehicle Operators. The date of *March 18* was selected to commemorate the first bus line.
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    Hamilton County Auditor Dusty Rhodes threw his support behind the Issue 7 bus tax at a press conference Friday at West Side Brewing 
    A tax cut, better access to jobs and capital improvements to roads and bridges.
    What's not to like?
    That's how Hamilton County Auditor Dusty Rhodes and State Rep. Bill Seitz (R-Green Twp.) described their view of Issue 7 - a proposed sales tax increase that will appear on Hamilton County ballots during Ohio's March 17 primary election.
    Rhodes and Seitz, conservative politicians who have opposed previous iterations of the bus tax, both publicly threw their support behind Issue 7 at a Friday morning press conference at West Side Brewing in Westwood.
    Both men said they supported Issue 7 because it would eliminate the 0.3% City of Cincinnati earnings tax currently used to fund the Metro bus system, and spread the cost across the county.
    In addition, about 30% of the projected $130 million inannual revenue from the Issue 7 tax increase would go towards infrastructure projects, such as repairs to sidewalks, roads and bridges.
    Issue 7 would also provide funding for the bus system's Reinventing Metro Plan, which promises new routes, longer service hours, and increased frequency.
    That's critically important for the local economy and Metro riders trying to get to work, both men said.
    "This is not about putting more buses on the road through residential areas. This is about getting more buses on the road to connect people to jobs,'' Seitz told the Enquirer. "In an era where unemployment is at a 50-year record low, that's more important than ever.''
    Rhodes echoed Seitz's comments.
    "That's the thing that bothers me,'' Rhodes said. "People right here in Westwood that work in the University (of Cincinnati) area have to make at least two transfers to get to work, and that's awful,'' he said.
    Last September, the Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority (SORTA) Board of Trustees, which oversees Metro, approved the placement of a permanent 0.8% sales tax levy on the March 2020 ballot.
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