$78 Million Project in Ohio is Subject of a Major Prevailing Wage Dispute

A dispute about whether a $78 million project being built in Clifton Heights that uses some city money should pay prevailing wage to its workers is headed to court.

“We were under the impression that it was a prevailing wage project,” said Quinlivan, a former WCPO reporter.  “It was bid that way, it was advertised that way and there’s documentation to that effect,” she added. “Some time after the project got started, that changed.”

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