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Good afternoon, 


Paddock Hills Assembly is in need of volunteers to deliver flyers around the neighborhood around the weekend of July 11, 2015. 

It would be great if we had a volunteer for each street to deliver to those homes. In the case of Avon Dr. & Westminster Dr. being the longer streets, two volunteers would be great. 

The flyers are for the Block Party (July 18), Ice Cream Social (National Night Out August 4) and the membership forms with envelopes. 

I will be happy to deliver the flyers to you for delivery on the weekend of July 11. 

Please let me know. 

Thanks, 
Lina K. Orr
President
Paddock Hills Assembly
PO Box 16028
Cincinnati, Ohio  45216

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Subject:Paddock Hills Newsletter

Hello Paddock Hills Neighbors,

 

The July issue of The Paddock Press is preparing to go to the presses. If you have any community, neighbor or family news you would like to share, please contact us by phone or email in the next few days. 

If you received this email in error or would prefer to receive newsletter information at a different email address please advise and we will update the list.

Thanks for your support of the newsletter. 

 

 

 

Rick or Stacy Bird 

newsbird@zoomtown.com

242-6488

Thought I would pass this on to see if anyone in the neighborhood would like to take this on!

 

Please contact them directly!  

Lina K. Orr

President

Paddock Hills Assembly

PO Box 16028

Cincinnati, Ohio  45216

P: 513.242.2221

 

—–Original Message—–
From: Cincinnati Neighborhood Games <cincygames@gmail.com>
To: TurnerOrr2 <TurnerOrr2@aol.com>
Cc: James Heller-Jackson <jhellerjackson@gmail.com>
Sent: Tue, Jun 16, 2015 5:38 pm
Subject: Paddock Hills – Cincinnati Neighborhood Games

Hi,

 

We are currently looking for captains to lead their neighborhood in the Cincinnati Neighborhood Games.

 

Check out our website to learn what the CNG is  www.CincyGames.com

 

I would like to talk with you about finding a captain for Paddock Hills.  Please let me know when you have time.

 

Thank You,

 

Henry Frondorf

President, Cincinnati Neighborhood Games

 

Cincinnati Neighborhood Games

Neighborhood Qualifiers: March 1 – June 19, 2016

Cincinnati Neighborhood: Games July 22 – 24, 2016

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A quick reminder that we have a community meeting scheduled for Monday, June 22, 2015 at the Avon Woods Nature Center. 

As per usual, District 4 representatives and Engine #9 representatives will be there. After they are finished, Heather Sturgill from Apple Street Market, Community-Owner Board Representative will be speaking about their project getting a new grocery co op for the community of Northside. 

Hope to see you there. 

Regards, 

Lina K. Orr
President
Paddock Hills Assembly
PO Box 16028
Cincinnati, Ohio  45216

It is with sadness that I send out the information about services for Rick Grant, husband of Kathy Grant of Bristol Ln.  


His obituary was in the Enquirer this morning & there is more information available at Stawserfuneralhome.com 

Visitation will be tomorrow, June 17, 2015 from 5 – 8 pm at Strawser Funeral Home, 9503 Kenwood Rd., in Blue Ash. A memorial service will be held on Thursday, June 18th at 10 am at the funeral home. Burial will follow at St. Mary’s Cemetery, 701 Ross Ave., in St. Bernard, followed by a celebration of life at Clovernook Country Club. 

Regards, 
Lina K. Orr
President
Paddock Hills Assembly
PO Box 16028
Cincinnati, Ohio  45216

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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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