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From: Lina K. Orr

Date: Thu, May 21, 2015 17:43

Subject: Free Concert – Alex Bugnon — Thurs., May 28, 2015

Hi to all, 


FYI…..sounds like a good time!
Lina K. Orr
President
Paddock Hills Assembly
PO Box 16028
Cincinnati, Ohio  45216
 
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Event

Title: Cocktails and Crown Jewels of Jazz – Alex Bugnon
Calendar: Smale Riverfront Park
Date: Thursday 05.28.2015 7:30 pm – 10:00 pm
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Bring a date, pack a picnic and enjoy a jazz vibe this summer with the
hottest music entertainment in the beauty of Smale Riverfront Park on the banks of the Ohio. Admission is FREE on the Schmidlapp event lawn, or join us in the VSP Area for $25: Includes cheese and meat or fruit tray with two drinks and seating.
for more information visit www.moerleinlagerhouse.com or www.cincinnatiparks.com
 
 

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Hi to all, 

 

It is with regret, unfortunately, due to the weather forecast for Saturday, the Spring Block Party has to be postponed. 

 

The band, Color Blind, is not comfortable playing with any hint of rain and/or thunderstorms. I can’t say I blame them!

 

The tentative rain date is July 18th, same place, same time, same great food!

 

I know everyone that I have talked with has been so excited about the party. Please mark your calendars for the new date, I will confirm in the next few days. 

 

Also, for those neighbors that you know do not have email, it would be a great help if you would pass on the postponing of the event.

 

Thank you,  

 

Lina K. Orr

President

Paddock Hills Assembly

PO Box 16028

Cincinnati, Ohio  45216

P: 513.242.2221

Last night, on Sunnyslope Drive, there was a home that was broken into through an open, unlocked window between midnight & 5:30 am. 

 The thieves took the car keys and stole both of the vehicles from the owners property. 

This email is a reminder to everyone to close & lock your windows when you are sleeping or leaving the house. It is tempting to leave them open during nice weather but unfortunately there are scumbags out that will try the windows to see what they can get. 

Thankful that no one was hurt but it does play havoc with the trust level. 

 Also, please remember to be aware of strange people on your street & around your home. If you have any question in your mind about someone, please call 513.765.1212 and ask to have a cruiser come to see about the strangers in the area. 

 If the strangers have business there, they won’t mind being asked about why they are on the street or near your home. 

Lina K. Orr

President

Paddock Hills Assembly

PO Box 16028

Cincinnati, Ohio  45216

P: 513.242.2221

Good Morning All,
This is just a reminder to share with the community that District Four will be hosting their annual open house in honor of Police Memorial Week.  You are welcome to come to District Four (4150 Reading Road) for a tour of the district, speak with officers and meet K-9 , SWAT and other special units.  The event is this Thursday May 14th, 9:00am-1:00pm.
Thank you,
Officer Kandice Roper-Issa
Walnut Hills and Mt. Auburn

 

FYI

 

ENTERING THE NEXT PHASE OF TRASH COLLECTION CHANGES21h agoPublic Services Department Venyke Payton from City of Cincinnati

The City of Cincinnati is continuing to roll out its new trash collection policy with changes to the way the Department of Public Services handles improperly prepared garbage. 

Prior to May 17, all improperly prepared trash will still be picked up but sanitation workers will place an orange tag on the empty containers to make the resident aware of the violation. No citation or fines will be given at that time. 

Starting May 17 and for the two weeks that follow, sanitation workers will place a new tag on garbage cans that are not set out properly or in accordance with City policy. But the trash will only be collected after the resident corrects the violation(s) and calls 591-6000. 

Residents in violation during that initial period will not be fined if they correct the issue.

After June 1, however, the Department of Public Services will place a new tag on improperly prepared trash requesting residents to call 591-6000 for pickup after the violation has been corrected. The resident will receive a citation for improperly prepared trash. 

Details about what does and doesn’t consider properly set out trash are available on the Public Services website: http://www.cincinnati-oh.gov/public-serv… 

Changes to the City’s trash collection policy began in April 2015. As part of that policy change, the collection program changed from a five-day to a four-day collection schedule. This allowed Public Services to spend each Friday working on special projects. 

The changes associated with the new trash policy have enabled the City to conduct extremely successful neighborhood cleanups on Fridays. To date, South Fairmount, Bond Hill, Paddock Hills and Winton Hills have benefited from these targeted cleanups. 

These types of cleanups are scheduled to continue through fall 2015.

 

Lina K. Orr

President

Paddock Hills Assembly

PO Box 16028

Cincinnati, Ohio  45216

P: 513.242.2221

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Fying Pig Marathon Weekend

Friday, Saturday and Sunday, May 1-3, 2015

The Flying Pig Marathon takes place on Sunday, May 3, 2015. Motorists are advised to plan ahead and avoid streets along the race route. Citizens are encouraged to watch the race and cheer for the runners at various points along the route.
On Sunday, May 3, 2015, beginning at 1:00 AM for staging, and at 5:00 AM on the course, and continuing until approximately 3:00 PM, numerous city streets will be closed or have parking and traffic restrictions to allow for the 2015 Flying Pig Marathon. Race participants desiring near-by parking are advised to arrive early, before the streets close, to ensure there is plenty of time to park and to get to the starting line of the race. The course will be opened to traffic as the race proceeds and the runners are clear.
The race course travels through various parts of Cincinnati, Mariemont, Fairfax, and Northern Kentucky. Traffic may be permitted in the opposite direction of the course when separated by cones. Crossing the course will be permitted with the assistance of a Police Officer or a race volunteer.

MORE INFORMATION, INCLUDING A MAP OF THE COURSE AND A PACE CHART, CAN BE FOUND AT THE WEB SITE: http://www.flyingpigmarathon.com

To allow for setup of the finish line, the following streets will be closed on Friday, May 1 at 9 AM until the race completion on Sunday, May 3:

E Pete Rose Way- closed from Broadway to Johnny Bench Way. One southbound lane of Johnny Bench Way will be maintained coming off Ramp LL from Second Street. A detour will be in place directing motorists back to E Pete Rose Way.
Johnny Bench Way – northbound only closed

The Little Kings Mile will take place on Friday, May 1 beginning at 6PM. The Little Kings Mile will send elite runners on a one mile course to the finish line on Mehring Way near Joe Nuxhall Way. In order to accommodate this event, the following streets will close on Friday, May 1 at 6:00 PM (All streets will reopen by 9:00 PM):

Mehring Way- closed between Gest Street and E Pete Rose Way
W Pete Rose Way- closed between Gest Street and Central Avenue
Central Avenue- closed south of Third Street (Transit Center, CRG parking maintained)
Elm Street- closed south of Freedom Way
Joe Nuxhall Way- closed south of Freedom Way

On Saturday May 2, 2015 the running of the 10K, 5K and Kids 1K will take place. The following streets will be affected starting at 7:00 AM until 3:00 PM:

Second Street- All of Second Street will be closed
Central Avenue- closed between Third Street and W Pete Rose Way
Mehring Way- closed between Central Avenue and E Pete Rose Way
Elm Street- closed between Third Street and Freedom Way
Race Street- closed south of Third Street
Vine Street/ Rosa Parks Blvd- closed between Third Street and Freedom Way
Walnut Street- closed between Third Street and Freedom Way
Main Street/ Joe Nuxhall Way- closed south of Third Street
Broadway- closed south of Fourth Street (southbound allowed between Fourth and Third)
Third Street- reduced to one lane westbound between Broadway and Clay Wade Bailey Bridge
Third Street- eastbound closed between Clay Wade Bailey Bridge and Central Avenue
Third Street- closed between Eggleston Avenue and Pike Street (local resident access maintained)
Third Street ramp from southbound I-71- Closed
Third Street ramp from westbound Columbia Pkwy- Closed
Fourth Street- closed between Broadway and Pike Street (Single lane maintained for resident access)
Pike Street-closed between Third Street and Fourth Street(local access maintained)
Butler Street- closed between Third Street and Culvert Street
Culvert Street- closed between Third Street and Reedy Street
Reedy Street- closed between Broadway and Eggleston Avenue
Seventh Street- closed between Broadway and Culvert Street
New Street- closed between Broadway and Culvert Street
Sentinel Street- closed between Fifth Street and Eggleston Avenue
Eggleston Avenue- southbound closed between Reedy Street and E Pete Rose Way
Taylor Southgate Bridge- closed
Clay Wade Bailey Bridge- northbound closed
E Pete Rose Way- closed between Eggleston Avenue and Johnny Bench Way

On Sunday May 3, 2015 the following streets will be closed at 1:00 AM to allow for staging and the start line of the Flying Pig Marathon:
Mehring Way- closed between Rose Street and E Pete Rose Way
Central Avenue- closed south of W Pete Rose Way
Joe Nuxhall Way- closed between Freedom Way and Second Street

The following streets will be closed as needed, starting at 5:00 AM on Sunday May 3, 2015 (Crossings will be allowed with Police or volunteer assistance):

Main Street- closed between Mehring Way and Third Street
Third Street- closed between Main Street and Broadway
Third Street exit from SB I-71- closed
Broadway-closed between Taylor Southgate Bridge and Third Street
Taylor Southgate Bridge- closed
Clay Wade Bailey Bridge- closed
Third Street- closed between Gest Street and the Clay Wade Bailey Bridge
Linn Street- westbound closed between West Eighth Street and Third Street
West Eighth Street- eastbound closed between Linn Street and Seventh Street
Seventh Street- closed between Central Avenue and Gilbert Avenue (Vehicles from the garage at Seventh and Broadway will be permitted to exit at Seventh Street and continue across Broadway to E Seventh St)
Seventh Street exit from SB I-75- closed
Central Avenue- closed between Seventh Street and Sixth Street
Plum Street- closed between Eighth Street and Seventh Street
Elm Street- closed between Sixth Street and Seventh Street
Race Street- closed between Garfield Place and Seventh Street
Vine Street- closed between Sixth Street and Seventh Street
Walnut Street- closed between Eighth Street and Seventh Street
Main Street- closed between Sixth Street and Seventh Street
Sycamore Street- closed between Eighth Street and Seventh Street
Broadway- closed between Sixth Street and Seventh Street
Gilbert Avenue- northbound closed between Seventh Street and Elsinore Place
Gilbert Avenue- closed between Elsinore Place and Eden Park Drive
Eden Park Drive – closed between Gilbert Avenue and Victory Parkway
Lake Drive – closed
Victory Parkway – northbound closed between Eden Park Drive and McMillan Avenue
McMillan Avenue – closed between Victory Parkway and Woodburn Avenue
Woodburn Avenue – closed between McMillan Avenue and Madison Road
Madison Road – eastbound closed between Woodburn Avenue and Erie Avenue
Erie Avenue – eastbound closed between Madison Road and Paxton Avenue
Paxton Avenue – northbound closed between Erie Avenue and Wasson Road
Wasson Road – closed between Paxton Avenue and Eastern Hills Lane
Wasson Road – eastbound closed between Eastern Hills Lane and Marburg Ave
Eastern Hills Lane – southbound closed between Wasson Road and Terminus (One westbound lane will be open to access Eastern Hills Lane from Marburg Avenue)
Marburg Road – southbound closed between Wasson Road and Erie Avenue
Erie Avenue – eastbound closed between Marburg Avenue and Bramble Avenue
Bramble Avenue – eastbound closed between Erie Avenue and Settle Avenue

The Race proceeds into Mariemont and Fairfax, then returns on westbound US-50/Columbia Parkway,

US-50/Columbia Parkway – single westbound curb lane closed between the Cincinnati Corporation Line and Eastern Avenue off ramp (westbound US-50 ramp to Eastern Avenue is closed)
Ramp from Red Bank Road to Westbound Columbia Parkway – closed
Eastern Avenue– westbound closed between Columbia Parkway and Stanley Avenue
Stanley Avenue – southbound closed between Eastern Avenue and Kellogg Avenue Kellogg Avenue – westbound closed between Stanley Avenue and Worth Street
Riverside Drive – eastbound closed between Worth Street and E. Pete Rose Way
E. Pete Rose Way – closed between Riverside Drive and Johnny Bench Way
Johnny Bench Way – closed

The Half Marathon will follow the same course out but will turn back at Woodburn Avenue & Madison Road. The following streets will be closed as needed:

Madison Road- eastbound closed between Victory Parkway and Woodburn Avenue
M.L.King – eastbound closed between Gilbert Avenue and Victory Parkway
Gilbert Avenue – northbound closed between Eden Park Drive and ML King
Sinton Avenue- closed between Gilbert Avenue and Nassau Street
Nassau Street- closed between Sinton Avenue and Gilbert Avenue
Elsinore Place – closed between Reading Road and Gilbert Avenue
Reading Road- northbound closed between Central Parkway and Elsinore Place
Central Parkway- closed between Eggleston Avenue and Vine Street
Eggleston Avenue- southbound closed between Central Parkway and E Pete Rose Way
Eggleston Avenue- northbound closed between Third Street and Broadway

Both races finish on E Pete Rose Way between Broadway and Johnny Bench Way in front of US Bank Arena.

METRO WILL MAINTAIN BUS SERVICE ALTHOUGH SOME DELAYS SHOULD BE EXPECTED.

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Cincy Cinco

May 1-3, 2015

Cinco de Mayo is a celebration held on May 5 to commemorate the Mexicans victory over the French army at The Battle of Pueblo in 1862. Cincy Cinco is our local celebration which brings authentic Latino art, music, food, dancing and children’s activities to Downtown Cincinnati. This year’s Cincy Cinco event will once again be held on Fountain Square. In order to accommodate this event, Fifth Street, between Vine Street and Walnut Street, will see the following changes:

Friday, May 1 from 6PM until 11PM
Fifth Street- closed between Vine Street and Walnut Street

Friday, May 1 at 11PM until Sunday, May 3 at 9:30 AM
Fifth Street- reduced to 2 lanes between Vine Street and Walnut Street

Sunday May 3 at 9:30AM until Monday, May 4 at 5:00 AM
Fifth Street- closed between Vine Street and Walnut Street

Drivers are reminded to use caution around the event site and seek alternate routes if possible.

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Hi to all, 

 

A few items to let you know about. 

 

1. If it is pouring down rain tomorrow morning, the clean up will be postponed to May 2, 2015 for the same time 9 a to 12 p. If there is a question in your mind, we will be at the Nature Center in the morning to figure out what is best!

 

2. At the community meeting on Monday, there will be a representative talking about the Wasson Way Bike Trail Project. With Mercy Health Partners moving in up the street and the city looking to expand the project, this is a great time to learn about the plans and ideas of the individuals involved. Jake Weyand of Paddock Hills Lane has been working on this for quite some time. 

 

We would love to see many residents come out to show Jay Andress what great support the bike trail has in Paddock Hills. 

 

As always, the meeting starts at 7 pm. Hope to see you then!

 

Regards, 

 

 

Lina K. Orr

President

Paddock Hills Assembly

PO Box 16028

Cincinnati, Ohio  45216

P: 513.242.2221

Hi to all, 

Attached is a flyer from the city letting everyone know about the dumpsters that will be brought into the neighborhood for us to use for cleaning out our garages, basements, attics, or whatever space that needs it!

On the flyer, it lets you know what can go into the dumpster & what is not allowed. 

I was not able to write on the flyer where they will located and the dates, so that is below:

AFSCME HALL, 1213 TENNESSEE AVENUE & NEW VISION METHODIST CHURCH, 4400 READING ROAD

THEY WILL BE IN PLACE ON APRIL 27TH, 10 AM TO MAY 1ST 1 PM. 

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CALL OR EMAIL ME. 

THANK YOU!

Lina K. Orr

President

Paddock Hills Assembly

PO Box 16028

Cincinnati, Ohio  45216

P: 513.242.2221

Emails: TurnerOrr2@aol.com

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