Hamilton County, Ohio – On Tuesday Hamilton County Commissioner Victoria Parks unveiled a resolution to declare racism a public health crisis in Hamilton County. At the Board meeting on Tuesday, the Commission discussed the resolution and how to proceed to a vote.
That discussion can be seen in the video below and begins at the 7:35 minute mark.
Today’s meeting of the Board which will include the Public Hearing on the resolution to “Declare Racism a Public Health Crisis” in Hamilton County.
VIRTUAL PUBLIC HEARING
Thursday, July 2, 2020 at 1:00 p.m.
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The resolution can be read HERE.
Board President Denise Driehaus said that the Commission will take the next week to review the public comments which they receive today and revisit the draft before taking a final vote on the resolution. The final vote of the commission is expected to take place the week of July 13th.