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National Night Out in Cincinnati is August 2.

In light of the recent tragedies over the past few weeks, police in Cincinnati as in cities and towns all across the nation will get together with the community for cook outs, ice cream socials, and other events to further celebrate and strengthen relationships with community members.  

The Cincinnati Police Department has partnered with community groups in each District to highlight crime prevention, to discuss public safety initiatives and to foster positive police community relations.  There will be exhibits, displays and demonstrations with specialized police units and equipment.  Food, music, activities and games will add to the festive spirit.

DISTRICT FIVE

•        College Hill Presbyterian Church, 5742 Hamilton Ave. (45224), 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.

 

URGENT - CRITICAL NEED!

The next and possibly last Mt. Airy Town Council meeting is June 22, 2016 at 7:00 PM in Mt. Airy School library. 

The current officers‘ terms expires and to date no one has come forward to serve on the board of directors. Without a board of officers there can be no council. The funding for Mt. Airy will stop as will any projects and services that council has started and performed.

We really need people to attend this next meeting and take on some of these positions. Needed are President, Vice-President, Treasurer, Secretary and few more members at large.

Please come to the meeting and at least see what is involved with being on council.

Thank you.

City Curfew Ordinances

Do You Know Where Your Children Are At Night?

Cincinnati Police Reminds Parents of City Curfew Ordinances

Cincinnati Police reminds parents of teen curfew ordinances for teens under the age of 18 to help keep Cincinnati youth safe.

For teens under the age of 16, it is a violation of the curfew ordinance to be in a public place after 10 p.m., and for teens ages 16 or 17, it is a violation to be in a public place after 12 a.m. without a parent or guardian.  Additionally, a parent or guardian may be cited for the teen’s curfew violation.

Juveniles found in violation of the ordinance may be detained and cited for a curfew violation. 

Preventing Fraud

Monitor you Financial Accounts and Billing Statements and inspect your Credit Report.

Equifax 866-349-5191

Experian 888-397-3742

TransUnion 877-322-8228

Visit www.annualcreditreport.com

Call 877-322-8228

CINCINNATI VITAL RECORDS OFFICE UNVEILS SELF-SERVICE KIOSKS

Cincinnati—The Cincinnati Health Department’s (CHD) Vital Records Office has made it easier and more convenient for Cincinnati residents to obtain certified birth and death certificates. CHD, in partnership with AdComp Systems, is the first in the state of Ohio to offer self-service kiosks for citizens to order their records independently.

Adopting new technologies, such as the kiosks, can provide better services to residents and reduce operating costs,” said Tunu Kinebrew, Director of the Cincinnati Vital Records Office. The kiosks are also bilingual for Spanish, a feature that will enhance services to the Hispanic community.

Three new Kiosks are now in operation at the Mt. Healthy WIC Office (10950 Hamilton Avenue), UC Medical Center (234 Goodman Street) and Braxton Cann Health Center (5818 Madison Road), in addition to the existing location at the main Vital Records Office (1525 Elm Street). 

The process to order a certified copy of a birth or death certificate is simple; Enter, Pay, Go!  Simply enter your information on the touch screen, pay for your certified birth or death certificate, and go. Your certificate will be mailed to you if a staff member is not present for same day service.  

Payment methods accepted for kiosk orders: cash; or credit card (American Express®, Discover®, MasterCard® or Visa®). A service fee is applied to credit card orders for processing. 

 On-site demonstrations of the kiosks will be available. To schedule a demo, contact Tunu Kinebrew at 513-352-2914.

For more information about obtaining a certified birth or death certificate from the Cincinnati Health Department Vital Records office, call 513-352-3120, or visit www.cincinnati-oh.gov/health.   

Mt. Airy is on the MOVE! - Community Clean-up!

 
Residents, friends and families are invited to come out and support your Community Clean-up this Sat. May 2nd from 9-1. Registration begins at 9 am outside Mt. Airy School. Supplies will be provided. Return to the school at 12:30 for refreshments. We will be targeting the business district, Colerain Ave., Mt. Airy School grounds and any of the side streets in Mt. Airy. You can pick the spot you want to clean and please take before and after pics.  
Children under 13 must be accompanied by an adult. For more information call 363-3754.

NeighborhoodLIFT program in Cincinnati

Wells Fargo is kicking off their NeighborhoodLIFT program in Cincinnati to make our communities stronger. The program will give a down payment assistance grant of $15,000 for eligible homebuyers whose household income is equal to or less than 120% of the area median income (approximately $82,200 for a family of 4). If you feel you qualify for this program, act quickly because there is an applicant limit. Contact the Home Ownership Center of Greater Cincinnati at 513- 961-2800 to see if you are eligible.

Then you can register for the free, mandatory meeting with professionals on November 21st and 22nd from 10 am – 7 pm at the Duke Energy Center, located at 525 Elm Street, Cincinnati, OH 45202. 

Here is a link to the program requirements to see if you qualify: https://www.wfhmconsumerevents.com/UserD...

More information on income limits broken down by family members: 
http://www.huduser.org/portal/datasets/i...

Be sure to check out this website for more details and requirements: https://www.wfhmconsumerevents.com/aspx/...

 Hope you all can take advantage of this opportunity!

Recycle Weekend - November 16, 2013

Keep Cincinnati Beautiful and Whole Foods Market invite you to take part in a unique recycling event, aptly named the "One Stop Drop". Residents are encouraged to participate by bringing hard-to-recycle items like electronic waste and plastic grocery bags to one convenient drop off location for free recycling. Acceptable items include:

Electronic waste 

Cell phones and chargers 

Number 5 plastics such as butter tubs and yogurt containers 

Plastic, single-use grocery bags 

Used writing instruments like pens, Sharpies, Expo markers, and caps 

2TRG will provide free recycling for a wide variety of electronic waste including computer monitors, TVs, audio equipment, printers, and more.  

 

Please visit  http://keepcincinnatibeautiful.org/the-one-stop-drop/ for a complete list of acceptable items or call (513) 352-4385.

                

WHEN:

  Saturday, November 16, 2013

10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

 

WHERE: Whole Foods Market (Parking Lot)

Rookwood Commons
2693 Edmondson Road

Cincinnati, OH 45208