The Cincinnati City Council approved a memorandum of understanding on Monday with FC Cincinnati that probably will pave the way for the club to build a Major League Soccer stadium in the West End behind Robert A. Taft Information Technology High School.

The 5-4 vote means the city will provide a major $35 million assistance package to the team, which is co-owned by American Financial Corp. co-CEO Carl Lindner III and Cintas Corp. CEO Scott Farmer among others. That includes funding for infrastructure…

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