Northern Kentucky Apartment Association, Hamilton County, Buttermilk Pike South discussed on Scott Sloan
Not about catching people. They just want people to be more cautious about their surroundings. When they are out in public. We no, we will not have 100% compliance. Just like a seat belt law doesn't have 100% compliance. The goal with this masking mandate is to get people to care about one another to help our community stop the spread of Cove in 19 and protect the lives of those in Hamilton County again. Tonight's mandate starts at six o'clock, now the latest traffic and weather together. From the UC Help traffic center. Your actions could help save limes. Please help prevent the spread of covert 19 by wearing a mask, practicing social distancing and washing your hands. Often 75 continues to struggle through the construction zone. In the cut of the hill, north bound the brake lights started just after you get pants. Buttermilk Pike South bound just after you come off of the Brents fans Bridge Chuck Ingram News Radio 700 Now the lady's forecast from the train heating and cooling Weather Center on news radio 700 wlw another hot and humid day in the tri state. We will see some pop up afternoon showers and storms with a high of 93. We'll see a few clouds tonight Your load down to 72 partly cloudy again Tomorrow chance for rain hot, humid high of 93. 82 degrees right now An attorney for the Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky apartment association, says that the Kentucky governors moratorium on evictions in the Commonwealth is too vague and it is being abused by certain tenants. Chris Weiss has filed a lawsuit toe end at that moratorium so landlords could start the process of removing tenants. You've not been keeping up with paying their rent during the pandemic, Wise, telling Channel nine that some landlords have reported tenancy using their stimulus checks on things like new TVs instead of paying them. Moratorium is scheduled to end later this month, but it could be extended to October. Meanwhile,.