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US Bank Arena hosts circus
March 5-8, 2015

US Bank Arena will once again be hosting the circus this year with the first show scheduled for Thursday, March 5. Shows will continue daily until March 8. In order to accommodate this event, the following streets will close at 9:00 AM on Monday, March 2, and remain closed until Monday, March 9:

- E Pete Rose Way- eastbound closed between Johnny Bench Way and Broadway
- Johnny Bench Way- northbound closed

For additional information concerning show times or tickets, please visit:
www.usbankarena.com

Feb 27 in General to City of Cincinnati
 
 

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To Residents of Paddock Hills

It is time for us to celebrate the diversity of our neighborhood and show the various foods which represent our diversity.

For more than 15 years the residents of Paddock Hills have come together for good food and good conversations.

 

On Sunday March 1, 2015 lets celebrate our heritage by bringing food, to share, to Avon Woods Nature Center.

We will gather for good food and better conversation from 5 P.M. to 7 P.M.

Please let Joyce Coleman (242-3737) know that you will be coming and bring food, no later than February 25th.

 

 

 

Lina K. Orr

President

Paddock Hills Assembly

PO Box 16028

Cincinnati, Ohio  45216

P: 513.242.2221

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Larry Whitaker, City of Cincinnati CITY

Crews are focusing snow removal efforts on residential streets today. Please move vehicles to off-street parking or to streets that have already been cleared. The results will be much better.

Trash collection also continues today. Thank you for your patience.

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Larry Whitaker, City of Cincinnati CITY

Cincinnati, OH – (February 18, 2015) –City crews are continuing to work 12 hour rotating shifts to make roads as clear and drivable as possible. Overnight snowfall is impacting road conditions.

Steady progress was made on residential streets overnight before additional snow began to fall. Crews have shifted their efforts to focus on primary streets to make them as clear and passable as possible.

Residents should use extreme caution if driving this morning, and give themselves plenty of extra time to reach their destinations.

The National Weather Service forecast is: Today: Snow, mainly before 3pm. High near 17. Wind chill values as low as zero. Light west wind increasing to 10 to 15 mph in the morning. Chance of precipitation is 100%. Total daytime snow accumulation of around an inch possible.

ACCIDENT REPORTING PROCEDURES: The Cincinnati Police Department is operating under Accident Reporting Procedures, which means that during severe weather where vehicles are drivable and there are no injuries, drivers should go to the closest police district to file a report.

SNOW REMOVAL: Public Services crews continue working 12 hour rotating shifts to salt and plow area roadways.

TRASH SERVICE: There was no scheduled trash collection Monday with collection being delayed by one day all week. Additional delays are possible due to road conditions. Residents are encouraged to set their trash to the curb on the holiday schedule, and leave it at the curb until it is collected.

Quick Statistics about the City of Cincinnati:
•Approximately 60 trucks are being deployed on rotating 12-hour shifts
•Approximately 15,500 tons of salt on hand
•Approximately 15,200 gallons of calcium chloride on hand
•Approximately 8,700 gallons of beet juice on hand
•Approximately 40,000 gallons of brine
•Cincinnati is 78 square miles and has 2,835 lane miles of roadway
•The average Cincinnati Winter brings 20-25 inches of accumulation

Tips for Winter Weather Events:

Using off-street parking during snow events will allow crews to work efficiently. Be observant of Snow Parking restrictions and emergency declarations when they are in effect.

Always yield to snowplows when driving. Only pass if absolutely necessary, give crews plenty of room to do their job.

Do not shovel or push snow into the right of way when clearing a driveway or clearing off a car.

Shovel as necessary to keep storm drains open to minimize the risk of black ice as snow starts to melt. If citizens adopt the storm drains near their home, it will go a long way towards keeping the approximately 60,000 City storm drains properly draining water from the roadways.

Understand it takes time to clear roads following a snow event, and have patience as crews work to get the job done.

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To Residents of Paddock Hills


It is time for us to celebrate the diversity of our neighborhood and show the various foods which represent our diversity.
For more than 15 years the residents of Paddock Hills have come together for good food and good conversations.

On Sunday March 1, 2015 lets celebrate our heritage by bringing food, to share, to Avon Woods Nature Center.
We will gather for good food and better conversation from 5 P.M. to 7 P.M.
Please let Joyce Coleman (242-3737) know that you will be coming and bring food, no later than February 25th.



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

Greetings to all, 


I hope everyone is coping with the first big snow of the year. Always an adventure!

There is a community meeting scheduled for February 23, 2015, 7 pm @ the Avon Woods Nature Center. 

On the agenda are representatives from CPD-District 4, CFD-Engine 9 & last but not least, Vice Mayor David Mann. 
We hope to see you there!

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

For all those that are interested, this is a great event. Please follow the link to register if you would like to go. It is free to everyone that would like to attend. 

Lina K. Orr

President

Paddock Hills Assembly

PO Box 16028

Cincinnati, Ohio  45216

P: 513.242.2221

  

 

 

Register Now for the Kick-off Dinner and the Neighborhood Summit

 

 

Registration Ends February 26th

 

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Larry Whitaker, City of Cincinnati CITY

Cincinnati, OH – (February 16, 2015) –City Manager Harry Black is encouraging drivers to stay off the roads, if possible, throughout rush hour this evening. Additionally tomorrow morning, those that have the ability to work from home, or to delay their start time, are encouraged to do so in order to give crews extra time to improve the conditions of the roads before traffic becomes heavy.

“We appreciate your patience. The combination of snow and bitter cold temperatures are presenting unique challenges. Avoiding travel now, and through the early morning hours, will help us get the roads clear—and keep you safe,” said City Manager Harry Black.

Cincinnati crews will continue to run on 12 hours shifts throughout the evening, overnight and morning. In addition to Public services crews, resources from the Metropolitan Sewer District are being utilized.

Tuesday, Feb 17 Morning Rush: Crews are prioritizing clearing primary streets in time for the morning rush hour. Depending on overnight weather conditions, problems may remain on some primary and secondary streets. Road conditions will continue to deteriorate into the overnight hours as colder temperatures create significant refreezing.

The National Weather Service forecast is:

Rest of Today: Snow. Snow may be heavy at times. Additional snow accumulation of 2 to 4 inches. Highs around 15. East winds around 10 mph. Chance of snow 100 percent. Wind chill as low as 5 below late this morning. Tonight: Snow in the evening. Total snow accumulation of 4 to 6 inches. Lows 5 to 10 above. Northeast winds 5 to 10 mph… Becoming northwest after midnight. Chance of snow 100 percent. Wind chill as low as 5 below.

ACCIDENT REPORTING PROCEDURES: The Cincinnati Police Department is operating under Accident Reporting Procedures, which means that during severe weather where vehicles are drivable and there are no injuries, drivers should go to the closest police district to file a report.

SNOW REMOVAL: Public Services crews continue working 12 hour rotating shifts to salt and plow area roadways.

TRASH SERVICE: There is no scheduled trash collection Monday with collection being delayed by one day all week. Additional delays are possible due to road conditions. Residents are encouraged to set their trash to the curb on the holiday schedule, and leave it at the curb until it is collected.

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 Good Morning Cincinnati Community Leads,

 

My name is Brenda Listach-Wardsworth NAREB Realtist w/CBWS Hyde Park

I am reaching out to you as Head of our Community Outreach Division to help get the word out about this AWESOME upcoming event with NAREB & NACA

 

AMERICAN DREAM EVENT NOV 14-18

DUKE ENERGY CENTER  time 8am-6pm

Moving Forward with Home OWNERSHIP, NEIGHBORHOOD GROWTH, 2nd CHANCES, GREAT OPPORTUNITIES!!!!!

WE have partnered with NACA for this upcoming event, and this is the beginning steps to preparing our residents in these communities for growth, opportunity, pride in ownership, and over-all great neighborhood Upswing.  I  ask for any assistance you can provide to help SPREAD the word regarding DUKE ENERGY CENTER  NOV 14-18

 

Thanking you in advance for any support. 

Feel free to contact me at the below information for any question you might have.

Mrs. Brenda Listach-Wardsworth
Coldwell Banker West Shell / Realtist

Direct 513-413-4828
Cell 513-225-7058
Fax 513-533-2096
email: Brenda.Listach-Wardsworth@cbws.com
web www.cbws.com/Brenda.Listach-Wardsworth or www.cbws.com
NAREB www.cincinnatirealtist.com  or www.cincinnatirealtist.org

www.NACA.com

Good morning to all, 

One of our neighbors, Stan Rosemire, is in need of having tree work done. He thought it would be a great idea to see how many homes in the neighborhood need the same thing. His thinking is that Paddock Hills could have 3 companies bid on all the work which could potentially make it less expensive for the homeowners and easier to have one company do all the work.

His contact is srosemire@peoplepc.com. If you mistakenly send me the information, I will forward your info to him!