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SATURDAY, SEPT. 30TH, 2017 10 AM – 2 PM TOTAL QUALITY LOGISTICS HEADQUARTERS PARKING LOT 4289 Ivy Pointe Boulevard, Cincinnati, Ohio 45245 Total Quality Logistics is pleased to partner with the Environmental Action Committee of Mount St. Joseph University to sponsor a community electronics recycling day on Saturday, September 30th, in the parking lot of [...]
Columbia Township is currently in the process of updating their Comprehensive Plan. The Township and their consultant, McBride Dale Clarion, have been working for the past 6 months on the plan update. The planning process has included a thorough review of the existing plan and Township documents, four steering committee meetings, and discussions with the Township administration. The resulting plan is a strategic update of the Township's 2011 Comprehensive Plan. The plan is organized into 5 chapters: introduction, existing conditions, goals and strategies, future land use, and implementation.
Saturday, July 8th, 2017, Fifty West Brewing Company’s second annual “Punch Out:” This ticketed event will feature 6-7 boxing matches with participants from throughout the Greater Cincinnati Brewing Industry, including two national beer publication participants from 7-11PM at Fifty West Production Works. Brewery participants will begin training a month prior to the event with one-hour, [...]
Tom Demeropolis |Cincinnati Business Courier A company is working to redevelop a former Bigg’s grocery store into an indoor skydiving and adventure attraction. Frayer Enterprises LLC, a national franchisee of Urban Air Trampoline & Adventure Parks, received approval from the Hamilton County Rural Zoning Commission for an adjustment to a previously approved planned unit development [...]
Located at 5371-5385 Ridge Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45213, Urban Air Cincinnati is a 64,000 square feet award-winning family entertainment center and is set to open to the public in 2017.
Do you ever watch meetings of the Columbia Township Trustees online through cable access television or via the Internet? Columbia Township is currently assessing resident use of its ICRC (Intercommunity Regulatory Commission of Southwest Ohio) contracted services. The township pays ICRC to film and post township trustee meetings on public access cable television, ICRC’s website and the township’s website at a cost of approximately $24,000 a year ($2,000 per meeting) Viewership of the meetings has ranged from a high of 35 views to a low of one person per meeting.
Columbia Township may put a 3.4-mill police levy on the May ballot. In the following Q&A, township Administrator Michael Lemon sheds light on the issue. Did the Columbia Township Board of Trustees vote to put a police levy on the ballot? No, they voted to have the (Hamilton County) auditor certify the amount of revenue [...]
Jeanne Houck, firstname.lastname@example.org 11:04 a.m. EDT September 30, 2016 Residents who live in Columbia Township’s Ridge Fire District will vote Tuesday, Nov. 8, on whether to increase the 6.77-mill property-tax levy they pay for fire and emergency-medical services by 3.4 mills. If approved, the hike will cost homeowners in the Ridge Road-Highland Avenue area an [...]