Please join us at the Avon Woods Nature Center on Monday Jan. 25th at 7:00 PM for our first meeting of 2016.
On the agenda:
* Cincinnati Traffic & Engineering department will discuss issues and concerns related to traffic around the Paddock Hills area and potential remedies. 
* Cincinnati Police – General updates
* A new, specific strategy for Paddock Hills to combat drive-through drug transactions

The PHA board is in need some good people! A special call goes out to those who haven’t volunteered (recently or not ever) and our newer residents. A great neighborhood doesn’t stay great without people looking after it. If you’ve got some great ideas for how to improve Paddock Hills, come out, meet your neighbors and please get involved! The good news is it ONLY takes about an hour a month (in little bites) to help with the following:

* Communications – Social Network management (Facebook, NextDoor)
* Safety – Traffic & Crime Reduction coordination The City
* Social & Membership – Welcoming neighbors, Party Planning
* Environmental / Beautification – Guiding garden contractors & planning periodic cleanups
* Business & Economic Development – Make PH a better place to live in general
* Finance, Misc. – City Forms Maintenance, Accounting, etc.

Jake Weyand  

Good afternoon, 


I wanted to let everyone know that the boulder has been set in place. It is on Paddock Road, across the street from Clearbrook Dr. Attached is a picture. 

This garden area will eventually be landscaped to make it more attractive. Attached is a photo that was taken right after the placement!

Lina K. Orr
President
Paddock Hills Assembly
PO Box 16028
Cincinnati, Ohio  45216
P: 513.242.2221

You Have the Green Light: Share Your Transportation Needs to Shape Our Region’s Future

 

Calling anyone and everyone! Whether you drive, ride, pedal or walk, your input is needed to guide the future of transportation improvements in our community and across the region.   

 

The Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments, also known as OKI, recently launched a survey on November 30, to understand what short and long-term transportation needs and issues are most important to you. The online survey is short, taking only about 5 minutes to complete, and will be open through Friday, January 8.

 

Make your opinion count by participating in this survey! Click here to take the survey. Or you can find the survey on OKI’s Facebook page found at https://www.facebook.com/okiregional. For more information about the 2040 plan, visit http://2040.oki.org/.

 

Your input will be used by OKI to update the region’s 2040 Plan, which identifies the transportation projects and programs to be implemented over the next 25 years. Since transportation and economic development are closely connected, the 2040 Plan helps advance our region and improve quality of life for all of us who live, work and play here.

 

The goal of this survey is to gather as much community input as possible, so feel free to forward this email to your friends, family and networks. Thank you in advance for your participation!

 

Questions? OKI is happy to share additional information. Please contact Florence Parker, OKI’s public involvement specialist at (513) 619-7686 or fparker@oki.org.

 

 

Also for your information, we have partnered with Red Bike (the bike sharing program) that will award one survey participant a one-year complimentary membership to Red Bike (value $80) for submitting their survey.  The chance to enter is completely optional and all we are asking for is their email address.  This request for their email address is not mandatory to complete the survey.

 

Thanks again for your help.  If you have further questions, please do not hesitate to let me know. 

 

From: Lina K. Orr
Sent: Thursday, November 19, 9:58 AM
Subject: Community meeting

As a reminder, these emails are sent out as a blind copy to the address on the list. Using the blind copy method ensures the privacy of the recipients email. Each email is going out to everyone, not just you! Should you wish to be removed from this list, please place UNSUBSCRIBE in the subject line & the email address will be removed. 

Good morning to all, 

I apologize for the late reminder notice about the community meeting on Monday November 23, 2015, 7 pm at the Avon Woods Nature Center, 4235 Paddock Rd. 

On the agenda is Captain Paul Broxterman, new to District 4, Engine 9, and a representative from IGS which is a utility service company. 

This will be my last meeting as president of Paddock Hills Assembly. If I do not see you at the meeting, I am sure that I will while walking Lacey around the neighborhood!

Hope to see you.

Regards,  

Lina K. Orr

President

Paddock Hills Assembly

PO Box 16028

Cincinnati, Ohio  45216

P: 513.242.2221

Emails: TurnerOrr2@aol.com

president@paddockhills.org

From: Lina K. Orr
Sent: Thursday, November 19, 9:53 AM
Subject: Community Forum invite – TWO WEEKS AWAY

FYI

Lina K. Orr

President

Paddock Hills Assembly

PO Box 16028

Cincinnati, Ohio  45216

P: 513.242.2221

Emails: TurnerOrr2@aol.com

president@paddockhills.org

—–Original Message—–
From: Chloe Gersten <Chloe.Gersten@homecincy.org>
To: Chloe Gersten <Chloe.Gersten@homecincy.org>
Sent: Tue, Nov 17, 2015 2:39 pm
Subject: Community Forum invite – TWO WEEKS AWAY

Is your neighborhood inclusive? Are you doing all you can to become an inclusive neighborhood? What does diversity in your neighborhood look like? Are you doing all you can to acknowledge and embrace that diversity?

 

You and your community are invited to attend a community forum about building inclusive neighborhoods and best practices. The forum is on   December 1, from 6-8pm in the United Way Building . The event is free and open to everyone! Refreshments will be provided and there is free parking on site. Please spread the word among your community as we believe this will be a rich and beneficial conversation for all who attend.

 

 

 

Chloe Gersten

Marketing & Outreach Specialist

Housing Opportunities Made Equal

1-513-977-2623

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Sent from my T-Mobile 4G LTE Device
——– Original message ——–
From: “Lina K. Orr” <turnerorr2@aol.com>
Date: 11/16/2015 3:50 PM (GMT-05:00)
To:
Subject: Fwd: Notice of Public Hearings – MSDGC 2016 Capital Plan – Operating Budget – Rate Structure

FYI

Lina K. Orr
President
Paddock Hills Assembly
PO Box 16028
Cincinnati, Ohio  45216
P: 513.242.2221
—–Original Message—–
From: Rennekamp, Jack <Jack.Rennekamp@cincinnati-oh.gov>
Sent: Sat, Nov 14, 2015 1:53 am
Subject: Notice of Public Hearings – MSDGC 2016 Capital Plan – Operating Budget – Rate Structure

Please see the attached public hearing notice for the 2016 MSDGC Operating Budget, the 2016-2020 MSDGC Capital Improvement Plan, and a 2016 Revised Rate Structure that will appear in the
Cincinnati Enquirer legal advertisements section on Saturday, November 14, 2015 and on Saturday, November 28, 2015.
 
The public hearings are scheduled for Wednesday, November 18, 2015 and Wednesday, December 9, 2015. Both public hearings begin at 11:30 a.m. The hearings are to be held at
the Board of County Commissioners of Hamilton County, Ohio offices, 138 E. Court Street, Room 603, Cincinnati, OH 45202.
 
These hearings are held per the requirements of 1968 Management Agreement between the City of Cincinnati and Hamilton County for the operation and maintenance of the Metropolitan Sewer
District of Greater Cincinnati.
 
 
Please send any questions or comments to msd.communications@cincinnati-oh.gov.
 
 
Jack Rennekamp
Assistant Superintendent – Legislation Services
Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati
1600 Gest Street
Cincinnati, OH 45204
(513) 244-1363 (office)
(513) 919-2313 (cell)

 

In case anyone is interested in being a speaker!

Lina K. Orr
Neighborhood Summit 2016 “Making Your Place”
Call for Speakers
Deadline Thursday Nov 12, 2015
Interested in speaking at the Summit? We are looking for people who want to share their experiences
Please fill out this short form
Thanks!
If you can’t access the online form, please fill out the attached and send it back to:
Elizabeth Bartley
Invest in Neighborhoods, Summit Chair

———- Forwarded message ———-
From: “Lina K. Orr<turnerorr2@aol.com>
Date: Mon, Oct 26, 2015 at 10:31 AM -0700
Subject: Fwd: City Manager Seeks Your Input on Next Police Chief

 

I believe this is a very important survey. Let the manager know what you think. 

Lina K. Orr
President
Paddock Hills Assembly
PO Box 16028
Cincinnati, Ohio  45216
P: 513.242.2221

—–Original Message—–
From: Merz, Rocky <Rocky.Merz@cincinnati-oh.gov>
To: Merz, Rocky <Rocky.Merz@cincinnati-oh.gov>
Sent: Mon, Oct 26, 2015 12:52 pm
Subject: City Manager Seeks Your Input on Next Police Chief

Harry Black, Cincinnati City Manager
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 26, 2015
MEDIA CONTACT:
Rocky Merz at
rocky.merz@cincinnati-oh.gov
or 513-352-5358
City Manager Seeks Your Input on Next Police Chief
CINCINNATI –
The City Manager wants to hear from you. He is asking residents and community stakeholders to participate in the police chief selection process by taking, and sharing, a brief survey.
 
The survey is now available on the
City’s website until Nov.
1. 
 
The position of Cincinnati police chief means so much from a safety perspective, but it also represents a great deal symbolically for Cincinnati and the
region. While the decision ultimately resides with the City Manager, it will not be made in a vacuum.
 
Over the last several weeks, City Manager Black has spent time meeting and gathering feedback from community representatives, rank and file officers,
clergy, business representatives and policy-makers about the police chief vacancy. This work will continue.
 
“The more feedback and perspective received, from all segments of the community, the better,” said City Manager Black. He continued, “I do not want this
feedback process to be limited, which is why I am inviting the community to comment on the desired qualities of Cincinnati’s next police chief.”
 
Additionally, while the manager would enjoy the opportunity to personally speak with each Cincinnati police officer; such an approach is simply not practical.
This is why a similar survey is being offered to all Cincinnati Police Department staff.
 
These surveys are one of the avenues the City will use to systematically gather input from the various stakeholders of Cincinnati. Additional information
about these efforts is forthcoming.
 
The information gathered through these surveys will help inform the police chief selection process. Black concluded, “Because of the vacancies at the
chief, assistant chief and captain ranks it is important we move swiftly and thoroughly with this process, and we will.”
 
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—— Original message——

From: Lina K. Orr

Date: Fri, Oct 23, 2015 3:00 PM

Subject:Community meeting & Halloween Party

Good afternoon to all, 


A reminder that there is a community meeting on Monday, October 26, 2015, 7 pm, Avon Woods Nature Center. 

In attendance will be representatives from District 4, Engine 9 and a speaker about the Parks Levy. Hope to see you there. 


Next Friday, October 30, 2015, is the Paddock Hills Halloween Party for kids at the Avon Woods Nature Center. It will start at 6 pm and end approximately 8:30 pm. 

We will have pizza, fruit, water, crafts, & goody bags. Rachel, the naturalist at the Nature Center, will do a creature feature & a night hike starting approximately 6:30 pm. Please wear sturdy shoes. In the event of rain, there will not be a night hike!

All children must be accompanied by an adult. Also, since I have been asked this question by others, Cincinnati’s Trick or Treat day & hours are October 31, 2015 from 6 pm to 8 pm. Generally homes in Paddock Hills with their outside lights on, are handing out treats. 

Hope to see you there!
Lina K. Orr
President
Paddock Hills Assembly
PO Box 16028
Cincinnati, Ohio  45216