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Search crews get a brieﬁng at Clingmans Dome on Sept. 29 during the hunt for Mitzie “Susie” Clements in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Clements’ body was recovered Tuesday. PROVIDED BY NATIONAL PARK SERVICE
Search crews in Smokies ﬁnd body of missing Cleves hiker Travis Dorman and Max Londberg Cincinnati Enquirer USA TODAY NETWORK
The family of the Cleves woman who went missing in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park has issued a statement after her body was found late Tuesday afternoon. “I want to speciﬁcally thank the National Park Service for their incredible efforts. The cooperation shown between more than 50 agencies was amazing, comforting, and very supportive,” reads the statement, provided by the Park. Search crews found the body of Mitzie Sue “Susan” Clements approximately two miles west of the Clingmans Dome parking area and three-fourths of a mile south of the Appalachian Trail, according to a park news release. Clements, 53, had been missing since the afternoon of Sept. 25, when she and her daughter became separated during a hike on the Forney Ridge Trail, roughly a quarter-mile from Andrews Bald. The family thanked a number of parks employees for their dedication and support, including Chief Ranger Jared St. Clair, Incident Commander Joe Pond, Operations Chief James Latendresse and family Liasion Florie Takaki. “We also want to thank the countless
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Clements, left, had been missing since the afternoon of Sept. 25, when she and her daughter became separated during a hike. COURTESY PHOTO
other people who helped look for Susan,” the statement said. “The kids, her sisters, and I greatly appreciate the intense work they performed for us, and we will be eternally grateful.”
Search effort had manpower, technology Park oﬃcials searched the immediate area that night without success. They next day, a group of experienced search-
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ers spent the night on the Appalachian Trail, attempting to ﬁnd Clements and interview any hikers in the area. The search continued to grow in size and scope as crews braved rain, fog, wind and temperatures in the 40s to scour the densely wooded, mountainous area of the park, which straddles Tennessee and North Carolina. Oﬃcials closed Clingmans Dome Road and set up a command post there. Verizon brought in a portable cell tower to help remedy the poor cellphone service. Crews employed helicopters, canine teams and specialized searchand-rescue drones as the number of agencies contributing to the eﬀort continued to climb. By Tuesday, more than 100 people from 45 agencies had joined the search. Teams used satellite GPS units to keep track of which areas had already been searched. Scientists with the Oak Ridge National Laboratory stitched together aerial photographs from their drone, assigned coordinates to each pixel, and searched the photographs for colors such as the gray in Clements’ tennis shoes. Juleana Campbell, the park spokeswoman, said oﬃcials also worked with See HIKER , Page 1A
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The Literacy Network of Greater Cincinnati will install 50 new Little Free Libraries in Cincinnati. They will be installed primarily in lower income areas, said Michele Guenther, president of the Literacy Network. A Little Free Library is a “take a book, leave a book” free book exchange, usually out of a wooden box installed on a street corner. Anyone in the community is free to take a book or bring one to contribute. There are more than 75,000 Little Free Libraries in 88 countries worldwide. As many as 400,000 people in Greater Cincinnati are functionally illiterate, according to statistics provided by the Literacy Network. Between 15 percent and 20 percent of the adult population cannot read well enough to complete an application or read a story. “The link between academic failure and reading failure is welded in reading failure,” according to the U.S. Department of Justice, and statistically 85 percent of juveniles who interact with the juvenile court system are illiterate. Children growing up without books are on average three years behind those who grow up in homes with lots of books, according to the Little Free Library webpage. See LIBRARIES, Page 1A
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doctors who shed insight into the types of behavior Clements might exhibit under various circumstances. “There’s a lot that goes into managing a search, a lot of technology and psychological science as to what people do in these situations,” Campbell said Tuesday.
Clements worked for city of Cincinnati Clements had worked since December as an accounting technician in the administration department of the City of Cincinnati’s Metropolitan Sewer District, according to a statement from the district. Before that, she worked for UC Health and Trinity Health System, both in the Cincinnati area, according to social media posts. Cleves, the town Clements hailed from, is about 16 miles northwest of Cincinnati.
Drones with ORNL are assisting in the search for missing Ohio woman Mitzie Sue Clements in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park on Oct.2. BRIANNA PACIORKA/NEWS SENTINEL
Cincinnati Councilman P.G. Sittenfeld said words couldn’t do justice to the sadness of Clements’ death, whom he called a “beloved mother, friend and longtime employee of the city of Cincinnati.” “We will pull together to do everything we can to support her family, friends and co-workers during this time of grieving,” he said. “My colleagues and I, and the whole city workforce, will also ensure we ﬁnd a meaningful way to remember and honor her.” Co-worker David Stephens, an IT service manager for the sewer district,
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told The Enquirer that Clements was a cheerful person, with a friendly greeting at the ready for “everyone she saw in the oﬃce.” “To know someone that something so terrible happened to is awful,” Stephens wrote in a message. “I imagine it will affect us all in some way, especially the folks in business services, her work group.” Stephens added he and Clements exchanged small talk occasionally when she walked by his oﬃce for ice water. Another colleague spoke with Stephens earlier Tuesday about Clements’ disappearance. “All he kept saying was, ‘I just talked to her,’” Stephens said. Clements’ family did not speak to the media except to say she was a “wonderful mother to three children.” She was hiking with her youngest daughter on this trip. Elizabeth Clements, another of Clements’ daughters, created a GoFundMe on Tuesday to assist with family expenses during the search eﬀort. As of Tuesday night, the campaign had raised more than $4,000. “Since my family is from the Cincinnati, Ohio area, we have decided to start a GoFundMe page to help cover the unexpected travel expenses that come with staying in the area for this search process,” she wrote on the fundraising page. “More than anything, we would appreciate your continued prayers for my mom to be located safe and soon. We are so incredibly thankful for the many organizations helping make this search possible, and for each individual search member for being so kind, supportive, and positive throughout this entire process.” The City of Cincinnati said Clements’ brotherin-law, who is a ﬁreﬁghter, traveled to the park with some of his colleagues to help out with the search. Park visitors reported seeing her former husband and other family members passing out ﬂyers bearing her picture. Park oﬃcials said foul play was not suspected in Clements’ disappearance. They did not immediately oﬀer further details once her body was found late Tuesday afternoon. “Our hearts are with the family and friends of Ms. Clements,” the park said in the release. “The park would like to extend our appreciation to the many agencies and organizations that participated in the search eﬀort.”
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‘He’s bleeding bad’: Police investigating homicide in West Price Hill Sheila Vilvens Cincinnati Enquirer USA TODAY NETWORK
One man is dead following a Sunday morning shooting at 4119 Glenway Ave. in West Price Hill. Around 10:20 a.m. Sept. 30, Cincinnati Police closed streets in the area to investigate the homicide. The victim is identiﬁed as Bryant Green, 32. Pete Witte, owner of Baron Engraving, showed up at his business shortly after the incident took place. His oﬃce is across the street from where the shooting occurred. He could hear all the commotion of people, someone yelling that “he’s bleeding bad” and to call 9-1-1, he said. A couple of cars pulled over to help. “As I was standing there a cop happened to be driving down Glenway. We all jumped in the street and waved him down,” Witte said. Shortly after more police and paramedics arrived, he said. As the scene turned to a homicide incident, police marked it oﬀ with tape and area streets were closed. It was not the morning Witte planned. “Kind of makes you wish we all went to church Sunday mornings,” he said. The suspect is described as a male wearing a gray hoodie last seen on Dewey Avenue.
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Colerain sex doll mistaken for body has memorial Max Londberg Cincinnati Enquirer USA TODAY NETWORK
A faux memorial marks the area in Colerain Township where a sex doll was mistaken for a dead body last week. James Love, the public information oﬃcer for Colerain Police, said gooﬁness is likely at the heart of the tribute. “Somebody, we don’t really know who, went down there and put up a cross,” Love said. A photo of the memorial was posted on the “City of Cincy” Facebook page. It includes an Elmo doll, cross and other toys. The doll has posthumously been named Mandi, according to the cross. “Let’s take a moment and pay our respects,” the account posted, along with a photo of the memorial, which was shared with The Enquirer. Colerain Police Chief Mark Denney said last week, after the doll was discovered, that it was found in a plastic bag. It was discovered near the Richardson Forest Preserve. Some commended the unknown actors who erected the memorial. Others criticized it. “No longer following,” wrote one person in the “City of Cincy” thread.
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A crisp fall day calls for hot bowl of gumbo Rita’s Kitchen Rita Heikenfeld
Remember the simple baked chicken recipe I shared last week? Well, I had purchased more chicken than I needed, so I decided to make a quick gumbo soup with the rest of the chicken. This is the gumbo soup I made for years in gargantuan quantities for our Holy Trinity church bazaars. It’s a nice soup for these cooler autumn days. I received an interesting note and recipe from Delhi reader Carol Graham who enjoys making her family’s favorite cucumber salad with a vinegar and sugar dressing. “I think I may have created it. I’ve never seen a recipe for this cucumber dish. It’s a family and potluck favorite,” she said. The difference between Carol’s salad and maybe yours could be that Carol doesn't presoak the cucumbers in salt water, and she ﬁnishes it oﬀ with sour cream. I’m going to make Carol’s version soon. How about you? Let our Community Press family know how it turns out if you do make it. Rita Nader Heikenfeld is an herbalist, educator and author. Find her blog online atAbouteating.com. Email her at rita@com munitypress.com with “Rita’s kitchen” in the subject line.
Chicken gumbo is a nice soup for these cooler autumn days. RITA HEIKENFELD FOR THE COMMUNITY PRESS
Carol Graham’s cucumber salad
Holy Trinity chicken gumbo soup
Carol didn’t specify the kind of vinegar. I would use cider, but clear would work, too.
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2 cucumbers, peeled and sliced
Go to taste on ingredients. If you buy broth, make sure it’s real broth, not simply flavored. Or if you want to see me make chicken broth from scratch, check out my Fox 19 segment where I show Frank Marzullo just how to do it.
⁄2 medium onion, sliced and diced
Sliced fresh parsley for garnish (opt)
⁄2 cup vinegar
1 generous pound boneless, skinless chicken, cut into 1⁄2” or so pieces
1 cup water
1 bell pepper, diced
1 tablespoon sugar
1 generous cup yellow onion, diced
Salt and pepper to taste
2 ribs celery, diced
1 cup sour cream
3 nice cloves garlic, minced
Palmful fresh basil, chopped, or 1 teaspoon dry basil
Mix cucumbers and onions together. Whisk vinegar, water and sugar together. If too tart, add more water. Pour over cucumber and onions. Refrigerate 4-5 hours or overnight. Before serving, drain cucumbers well. Then stir in sour cream. Blend well and serve.
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Viewpoints Replacing bridge not big priority with Chabot James Delp Guest Columnist Community Press USA TODAY NETWORK
Have you ever wondered what the holdup was in replacing the Brent Spence Bridge? The Brent Spence Bridge was originally meant to handle 80,000 vehicles in a day. It now sometimes must carry 200,000 vehicles in a day. A bridge is functionally obsolete if it can no longer reasonably accommodate all the vehicles trying to cross it. The Brent Spence Bridge has been deemed functionally obsolete since the 1980s. A new, adequate bridge has already been designed. Its estimated cost will be $2.6 billion. It would have a total of 12 lanes and four emergency median strips on two levels instead of eight
lanes and no emergency median strips on two levels as it does now. Federal transportation studies have found that motorists waste 3.6 million hours of their time each year waiting to cross the bridge. Those same studies have found that motorists burn 1.6 million gallons of extra fuel each year while waiting to cross the bridge. The Brent Spence Bridge is the greatest single source of unnecessary air pollution in our region. The Ohio side of the bridge is in U.S. Rep. Steve Chabot’s Congressional district. Politicians almost never get specialinterest money to do infrastructure projects such as bridges, so replacing the Brent Spence Bridge is probably not the big priority with Chabot as he’d like us all to think it is with him. Where does Chabot get most of his special-interest money? Big business.
According to the Federal Election Commission, 48 percent of all of Chabot’s campaign money in 2016 came from big businesses or from big-business related PACs. Last December Chabot voted for President Trump’s Tax Cuts and Jobs Bill. One of the things the bill did was to put a 21 percent ﬂat tax on all corporate incomes. Until then, we had a graduated corporate income tax where smaller businesses paid a smaller percentage of their total income in taxes than did bigger businesses. Now every business pays the same percentage. Under the new law, a small business earning $50,000 in 2018 will see its corporate income taxes increase by $3,000. A bigger business earning $20 million in 2018 will see its corporate income taxes cut by $2.8 million. According to the Congressional Joint Committee on Taxation, the net
eﬀect of this law will be to reduce federal tax revenues by $1.5 trillion over the next decade. The bill did not contain any spending cuts whatsoever. Here we have a man who is the head of the House Small Business Committee voting in favor of a tax increase for small businesses and a corresponding but larger tax cut for big businesses whose net eﬀect will increase the national debt by $1.5 trillion over the next decade. If you take $1.5 trillion and divide it by the $2.6 billion cost of a new bridge, you ﬁnd we could be replacing 580 such bridges over the next ten years with that money. The problem is, big businesses are ﬁnancing Chabot’s political campaigns – not the people queuing in line to cross the bridge. James Delp is a house painter and a small-business activist who lives in Colerain Township.
most sensible way to keep all our county services and spread the cost amongst the most people, not just the property owners. It would be the most painless, minimal tax, paid by all our citizens plus others who visit here, and hardly no-
ticed. Some say it’s taxation without representation, but that’s not true. We elected those who represent us, and they have a monstrous task of balancing our budget while keeping services aﬂoat.
This is only Monzel’s part time job. I agree with the minimal sales tax to ﬁx our deﬁcit and spread the responsibility amongst more people. Ann Thompson Green Township
LETTER TO THE EDITOR I will vote…. JB says her vote for Monzel is because he voted against the .2 percent sales tax. I beg to diﬀer with her opinion. Considering the deﬁcit, the county is faced with, .2 percent sales tax is the
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Futbol Club Cincinnati fans with high-minded expectations of their club might want to mark their calendars for Thursday, Nov. 8. Maybe block out the time slot occupying 8 p.m. to around 11 p.m., too. The United Soccer League announced Wednesday afternoon the league's
championship match, the USL Cup, will be staged on that date, with kickoﬀ scheduled for 8 p.m. The game is scheduled to be televised on ESPN2 and streamed on the ESPN App, according to a league news release. “We are absolutely thrilled to bring our championship game to fans around the world,” USL President Jake Edwards said in the news release. “This has been the biggest season in league history and
the increased visibility we have seen through our expanded partnership with ESPN this year has been tremendous. We expect to have another compelling championship game for fans to enjoy this November.” The match is a long, long way oﬀ in terms of results for FC Cincinnati, and it's hardly a guarantee they'll advance that far. Three playoﬀ and two regularseason matches would precede the
championship match for Cincinnati, but it's still a date to keep in mind locally as the Queen City club is the betting favorite to win the USL Cup. FC Cincinnati last week clinched the USL's regular-season championship and is unbeaten since May 26 – a streak that has spanned 21 matches. FC Cincinnati's playoﬀ run is set to begin Oct. 20 against a to-be-determined opponent.
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Boys 5. Lebanon defeated Milford 3-2 on Sept. 29 and Miamisburg 2-0 on Oct. 2. Senior midﬁelder Zac Gemmer led the Warriors with two goals in each game. Gemmer now has eight goals and 17 points on the season. Lebanon has eight wins or more for the ﬁrst time since the 2015 season. 4. Highlands is 14-1-3 this season. In those 18 games, the Bluebirds have recorded 11 shutouts. Goalkeeper Will Burnham is a big reason for that success. This past week Highlands picked up two shutout victories including a 1-0 win against La Salle Sept. 27. Burnham accounted for ﬁve saves. 3. Taylor won two Cincinnati Hills
League matches this past week. First the Yellow Jackets defeated Indian Hill 2-1 Sept. 29. They then downed Reading 4-2 Oct. 2. Junior forward Bennett Weiherer contributed to both goals against Braves, recording a goal and an assist. Against the Blue Devils he ﬁnished with a hat trick on three shots. Weiherer leads Taylor in points (22), goals (eight) and assists (six) this season. 2. Talawanda outscored its two Southwest Ohio Conference opponents 14-1 this past week. In both games senior Sam Robinson recorded a two goals and an assist. The four-goal, two-assist week helped bump the Cincinnati verbal commitment’s season totals to 15 and six, respectively. He now has 36 points on the season. He leads the SWOC in both goals and points and the Braves are 11-1-0 on the season and 9-0-0 in the conference. 1. Oak Hills went 1-1 this past week
with a loss to Fairﬁeld Sept. 27 and a win against Sycamore Oct. 2. The win against the Aviators was a high-scoring 6-3 contest. All six of the Highlanders’ goals against Sycamore came oﬀ the foot of senior Zach Moeller. He leads the Greater Miami Conference in goals (14) and points (29) this season. In addition to his prowess on the pitch he’s also Oak Hills’ kicker. This past Friday he made a 28-yard ﬁeld goal in the Highlanders’ loss to Lakota East. Moeller’s made 5 of 6 ﬁeld goals this season with a long of 41. He’s a perfect 13 of 13 on extra points. His 28 points is the most by a Highlander this season.
Girls 5. Beechwood closed out its regular See SOCCER, Page 2B
Kaitlyn Andrews has scored 13 points this season for undefeated Loveland. JIM OWENS/FOR THE ENQUIRER
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Football ❚ Michael Bittner threw three touchdowns and added three more on the ground in Elder’s 51-26 win over St. Xavier Sept. 28. ❚ Wyatt Hudepohl threw three touchdowns in St. Xavier’s 51-26 loss to Elder Sept. 28. ❚ Oak Hills managed just a 28-yard ﬁeld goal by Zach Moeller in its 41-3 loss to Lakota East Sept. 28. ❚ MJ Horton threw for a touchdown and ran for another in La Salle’s 21-14 overtime loss to Moeller Sept. 28. ❚ Tyler Embry ran for a pair of touchdowns and threw for another in Taylor’s 23-0 win over Finneytown Sept. 28. ❚ Western Hills extended its winning streak to four after a 20-0 win over Hughes Sept. 28. Rahquevin Adams ran for 88 yards and a score for the Mustangs. ❚ Kalos Farrier ran for 205 yards and one touchdown on 34 carries in Gamble Montessori’s 27-8 loss to Shroder Sept.
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season with a pair of victories this past week. The Tigers beat Ludlow 5-0 Oct. 1 and Bishop Brossart 3-2 Oct. 3. In both games freshman McKinley Yelton scored a pair of goals. Yelton also added an assist against Brossart. 4. Fairﬁeld remained undefeated this week, beating Seton 5-0 on Sept. 29 and Lakota West 3-2 on Oct. 2. The shutout against Seton was Fairﬁeld’s sixth clean sheet of the year. Senior goalkeeper Jordan Shotwell has been a part of each one. This past week she stopped seven shots in the win against Seton and seven
Whitewater Oct. 3.
❚ Lauren Watkins was medalist with an 8-over par 44 in Oak Hills’ 203-220 loss to Harrison Sept. 27. Ally Albertz posted a ﬁve-save shutout in the Highlanders’ 1-0 win over Sycamore Oct. 2. ❚ Lily Bryant was medalist with a 6over par 41 in Seton’s 187-225 win over Colerain on the Red Course at Neumann Sept. 27. ❚ Taylor ﬁnished eighth in the Division II sectional tournament Sept. 27.
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❚ Seton ﬁnished eighth in the Neal Charske Firebird XC Invitational at Fairmont High School Sept. 29. ❚ Oak Hills ﬁnished fourth in the St. Xavier Cross Country Invitational Sept. 29.
❚ Taylor moved to 7-3-3 and 3-2 in the CHL after a 2-1 win over Indian Hill Sept. 29. ❚ La Salle fell to Highlands 1-0 Sept. 28. La Salle edged CHCA 3-1 Sept. 29. ❚ Zach Moeller scored six goals in Oak Hills’ 6-3 win over Sycamore Oct. 2. ❚ Western Hills and Purcell Marian tied 1-1 Oct. 2. ❚ St. Xavier improved to 8-3-3 with a 4-2 win over Elder Oct. 2.
Girls Soccer ❚ Seton fell to Fairﬁeld 5-0 Sept. 29. Seton edged Lebanon 3-1 Oct. 1. ❚ Taylor beat Norwood 2-0 Oct. 1 behind goals from Joie Linville and Jordan Renner. Taylor improved to 3-5-4 after a 3-0 win over Reading Oct. 3.
Girls Tennis ❚ Seton beat Taylor 5-0 Oct. 1. ❚ Taylor fell to Wyoming 5-0 Oct. 3.
more against Lakota West. In 13 games, she’s stopped 51 shots while allowing in just eight goals. 3. Mercy McAuley ended September with seven consecutive wins, including a pair of victories this past week. On Sept. 27 the Wolves beat Mount Notre Dame 4-0. They beat Walnut Hills 5-0 Sept. 29. Sophomore forward Ellie Janszen scored a pair of goals against MND and added an assist against the Eagles. She now has 18 points on the season (second in the Girls Greater Catholic League), eight assists (second in the GGCL) and ﬁve goals (tied for second in the league). 2. Indian Hill played three matches, winning two and falling in the other. The Braves downed New Richmond 9-0 on Sept. 29. They then lost to Summit Coun-
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❚ Taylor ﬁnished seventh in the Division II sectional tournament Sept. 27. ❚ Elder won the Division I sectional tournament at Miami Whitewater Oct. 3. ❚ St. Xavier was runner-up in the Division I sectional tournament at Miami Whitewater Oct. 3. ❚ Oak Hills ﬁnished fourth in the Division I sectional tournament at Miami Whitewater Oct. 3. ❚ La Salle ﬁnished ﬁfth in the Division I sectional tournament at Miami
Indian Hill’s Ellie Podojil (18) scored a hat trick against New Richmond. She has committed to Arkansas. TONYTRIBBLE FOR THE ENQUIRER
❚ Elder ﬁnished third in the Midwest Meet of Champions at Hilliard Bradley High School Sept. 29. Elder ﬁnished fourth in the St. Xavier Cross Country Invitational. ❚ St. Xavier won the St. Xavier Cross Country Invitational Sept. 29.
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Volleyball ❚ Oak Hills swept Sycamore in straight sets Sept. 27. Oak Hills handled Lakota West in three sets Oct. 2. ❚ Taylor fell in ﬁve sets to Indian Hill Oct. 2.
try Day, 2-1, Oct. 1. On Oct. 3 the Braves beat Deer Park 6-0. Ellie Podojil scored a hat trick and assisted four goals against New Richmond and scored a goal against Deer Park. She assisted Indian Hill’s goal against SCD. The Arkansas verbal commitment is among the league leaders in points, assists and goals. 1. Kaitlyn Andrews helped Loveland remain undefeated this week. The junior recorded an assist in the Tigers’ 2-0 win against Mason Sept. 29. She also scored two goals in Loveland’s 5-0 win against West Clermont on Oct. 2. The four points give her 13 on the season. Her two goals were her second and third of the season. Loveland, the defending Division I state champions, are 10-0-3 on the season and 5-0-1 in the ECC.
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New fall festival in Delhi promises family-friendly fun The ﬁrst annual Harvest Hootenanny, presented by Delhi Parks and Recreation, will be held at Story Woods Park in Delhi on Saturday, Oct. 20. The Harvest Hootenanny kicks oﬀ at 12 p.m. and will feature a 20-animal petting zoo from Honey Hill Farm, local crafters with homemade products, a jacko’-lantern contest, carnival games for children, seasonal beers and beverages for adults, food provided by Cowboy Quesadillas, and a performance from local folk band P’s in a Pod.
Oak Hills students creating art for underprivileged kids Max Londberg Cincinnati Enquirer USA TODAY NETWORK
National Art Honor Society students at Oak Hills High School will create 12 portraits to donate to underprivileged children in Puerto Rico and Colombia. The project will serve as the students’ community service act for the year. It will be facilitated by The Memory Project, a nonproﬁt that encourages art teachers and students to send portraits to youth around the world who face challenges such as neglect, abuse or poverty. “The project also allows art students to practice kindness and global awareness while Students at Oak enhancing their portraiture Hills High School will skills,” the school said in a recreate 12 portraits lease. for children in Nine out of 10 elementary Puerto Rico and students in Puerto Rico qualify Colombia. for a free or reduced lunch, the OAK HILLS SCHOOLS school said. And Hurricanes Irma and Maria have exacerbated the challenges of poverty. In Colombia, some have ﬂed to shanty towns, where they face systemic poverty, especially for women and children, the school said. In the past three years, students at Oak Hills have created more than 140 portraits for children in Madagascar, Syria and the Philippines.
Guests at the Harvest Hootenanny will end the night by roasting marshmallows, sipping on hot chocolate, and enjoying a special screening of the cult-classic movie “Hocus Pocus,” beginning at 7 p m. Families are encouraged to bring camp chairs and blankets. Story Woods Park, located at 694 Pontius Road, is considered by many to be the “hidden gem” of the Delhi community, tucked away behind Rapid Run Middle School. The Harvest Hootenanny is the ﬁrst major event to be held at Story Woods Park, and the Parks
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CHEVIOT 3745 Applegate Ave.: Rahm Jenny to Sisung Justin M & Emily R Gooch; $107,000. 3453 Camellia Court: Thomas Tara to Bowling Clarence R; $125,000. 3632 Darwin Ave.: Meyer Catherine J to Stevens Richard Michael; $122,000. 3611 Gamble Ave.: Parker Jason C to Maheshwari Sunil Kumar & Shilpa; $93,000.
CLEVES 515 Laurelwood Drive: Bates Christopher L & Sharon D to Wallis Brad & Jordan L; $299,000. 420 Miami Ave.: Turner Kim to Wise Michelle A; $102,500.
DELHI TOWNSHIP 312 Bob Drive: Siemer Sharon to Matthews Jeffrey & Vernonic P; $144,000. 705 Candleridge Drive: Bowers Nancy to Wright Mallory & Griffin Colvin; $240,000. 6096 Cleves Warsaw Pike: Hartoin & Schmutte Properties to Ohio Valley Goodwill Industries Rehabilitation Center Inc. ; $275,000. 4949 Donlar Ave.: Lammers Maxine A & Brian M Moellinger to Jedding Lawrence A; $169,000. 4491 Foley Road: Langenbrunner Carolyn R to Foley Place LLC; $100,000. 317 Heritageoak Court: Sattler Jeffrey to Chavez Kathleen & Julio Steven; $225,000. 495 Hibernia Drive: Fritsch Gregory T Tr to Cole Patrick; $84,000. 685 Ivyhill Drive: Burnett Group LLC to Mks Building Systems LLC; $63,000. 4484 Mayhew Ave.: Heinrich Alan & Gretchen Heinrich to Oleary Mary P;
$79,900. 506 Rentz Place: Walpole Thomas R to Alfredson Jordan D; $110,000. 5815 Timely Terrace: Gilfilen Regina M to Hyland Karly & Timothy Ernst; $159,500. 489 Wilke Drive: Fisher Linda E & Kimberly M to Hilton Caital Group LLC; $40,100.
EAST PRICE HILL 3025 Glenway Ave.: Heitman & Co LLC to Obydennykh Alexey G; $56,000. 1939 Grand Ave.: Wilke Bros Properties Inc. to Wilke Properties LLC; $225,000. 3644 Laclede Ave.: Vbannex C Ohio LLC to Gt Apartments LLC; $40,000. 3733 Laclede Ave.: Murphy Thomas M to Wilhelm Jacob C; $30,000. 810 Matson Place: Joshi Keyur B to Mercurio Joel Anthony; $136,000. 810 Matson Place: Sawaf Daniel R to Newman Matthew & Eileen; $149,900. 813 Mcpherson Ave.: Blue Chip Rental Properties LLC to Ramos Salgado Celia & Wilmer E Almendares Alvareng; $30,000. 3306 Price Ave.: Craig Charlene L to Jds Holdings Ix LLC; $30,000. 3433 Price Ave.: Young Charles III to Pinetti Alison; $53,000.
GREEN TOWNSHIP 5562 Antoninus Drive: Reilly Kevin E to Colliers Tracy; $159,000. 2985 Bailey Ave.: Walter David J Tr to Mccane Kenneth; $90,000. 2093 Beech Grove Drive: Bausher Judith C to Neidhard Paula Kostuik; $438,000. 5190 Boomer Road: Clark Zachary A & Alexander Z Zappasodi to Martin Christopher R & Deborah A; $233,500. 2977 Chardale Court: Ruthemeyer Rosemary V to Bloomfield John T & Patrick Seyfried; $90,000. 5977 Childs Ave.: Cullen Bradley D & Amy R to Drumm Virginia K; $155,500. 3576 Coral Gables Road: Back Melannie C to Johnson Shaderek; $138,000. 3056 Crestmoor Lane: Wittich Deborah A to Wolfer Gregory Michael; $132,000. 3940 Drew Ave.: Bertke Paul E & Shari L
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$82,900. 5348 Werk Road: Eagle Savings Bank to Strehle Kevin G & Jaime L; $45,000. 6210 Werk Road: Wethington Benjamin B & Misty L to Fricker Kristina Lee & Christopher Lee Pope; $270,000. 6553 Wesselman Road: Deckebach George J Tr to Kritsky Gene R & Jessie J Smith; $285,000. 5889 Willow Oak Lane: Roberson Joseph A & Brianna M to Maisch Robyn M; $122,500.
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SAYLER PARK 6702 Daniels Walk: Ritter Farm Development Co to Roell Jason R; $60,000. 6327 Hillside Ave.: Haidle Gabriel R to Dixon Aaron J; $92,000.
WEST PRICE HILL 4990 Cleves Warsaw Pike: Lusenhop Philip A & Lucy to Moore Robert K; $90,000. 1283 First Ave.: 1920 Linn LLC to Qsqs Properties LLC; $1,000. 4241 Glenway Ave.: Anchor Developments Iv Ltd. to Kroth David P & Rachel; $3,000. 1029 Lockman Ave.: Clarke Paul A to Four50 LLC; $27,000. 1097 Morado Drive: Stewart James Lee Tr & Janet I Tr to Elliott Gwendolyn; $72,100. 1123 Omena Place: Kelly James F & Kathryn M to Del Prince Joseph A & Carol C; $138,000. 4039 Palos St.: Reinhardt Carol L to Sander Shannon; $78,000. 4403 Rapid Run Road: Pentina Properties LLC to Williams Perry A & Carol Williams; $110,100. 1814 Tuxworth Ave.: Cupito Lisa A to See REAL ESTATE, Page 5B
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Pureval gets support from Beck and Dave Grohl Scott Wartman Cincinnati Enquirer USA TODAY NETWORK
Ohio’s 1st Congressional District race has risen to such national importance that it spawned a supergroup over this past weekend. Rock royalty Beck and Dave Grohl performed together at a home in Silver Lake, California to raise money for Democratic candidate Aftab Pureval. The Hamilton County Clerk of Courts is running a tight and heated race against veteran Congressmen Steve Chabot, R-Westwood. The progressive political group Swing Left organized the fundraiser. A representative with the organization conﬁrmed the event happened but wouldn’t comment further.
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Performing Arts Next to Normal The Warsaw Federal Incline Theater, 801 Matson Place, East Price Hill. $29, $26 students and seniors. Call box office for showtimes 513-241-6550.
THURSDAY, OCT. 11 Health & Wellness St. Joseph Caregiver Group 3-4:30 p.m., St. Joseph, 745 Ezzard Charles Drive, West End. Free.
Holiday 2018 The Dent Schoolhouse 7:30 p.m., Dent Schoolhouse, 5963 Harrison Ave., Dent. $20-$50.
Literary & Books Yoga for Teens 5-6 p.m., Monfort Heights Branch Library, 3825 West Fork Road, Monfort Heights.
Performing Arts Southern Hospitality 7:30 p.m., Arts Center at Dunham Theatre, 1945 Dunham Way, West Price Hill. $15, $13 seniors and students. Box office 513-588-4988.
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TUESDAY, OCT. 16
SATURDAY, OCT. 20
Literary & Books
The Bricca Family Murders: Cincinnati’s Most Notorious Cold Case 6:30-7:30 p.m., Monfort Heights Branch Library, 3825 West Fork Road, Monfort Heights.
Vision Workshop for High School Girls 9 a.m.-2 p.m., Crossroads West Side, 8575 Bridgetown Road, Cleves. $25 until October 1st. Price goes to $30 and final registration ends on October 13th.
FRIDAY, OCT. 12
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 17
Art Galleries & Exhibits
Food & Wine
Literary & Books
Wine Tasting noon-5 p.m., Henke Winery, 3077 Harrison Ave., Westwood.
Tween Book Club 4:30-5:30 p.m., Monfort Heights Branch Library, 3825 West Fork Road, Monfort Heights.
FotoFocus Open Archive: Peter Moore 5-8 p.m., Carl Solway Gallery, 424 Findlay St., West End. 513-621-0069.
Health & Wellness
Fundraising & Charity
THURSDAY, OCT. 18
Bayley Caregiver Group 9:3010:45 a.m., Bayley Place Community Wellness Center, 401 Farrell Court, Cotillion Village. Free. Vinyasa Flow Yoga 6-7 p.m., Earth Connection, 370 Neeb Road, Cotillion Village.
Africa Fire Mission Fundraiser 7-11 p.m., Cincinnati Fire Museum, 315 W Court St., West End. $40 individual, $75 per couple and $100 for a family. St. Martin of Tours Ladies Night Out 7-10 p.m., St. Martin of Tours, 3720 St. Martins Place, Cheviot.
Kids & Family
Highway 50 Fright Field Haunted Cornfield & Woods 8 p.m.-13, midnight, Highway 50 Fright Field, 11294 US Highway 50, North Bend. $27 adults and $24 kids for all 3 attractions. $10-$15 per a la carte attraction. 513-353-0284.
Fall Fun Days at Buckeye Trading Post 10 a.m.-4 p.m., Buckeye Trading Post, 11294 US Highway 50, North Bend. admission. Only pay for the activities you do or items you purchase. Day-Time Corn Maze $5, Gem Mining ($4, $6, or $8).
SATURDAY, OCT. 13
Museums & Attractions
Sonny Moorman 8:30 p.m., Dante’s Tavern, 5510 Rybolt Road, Dent.
Night at the Museum Chama (party) 7 p.m., Cincinnati Fire Museum, 315 W Court St., West End.
Food & Wine
Concerts & Tour Dates The Heather Roush Band 9:30 p.m., Club Trio Lounge, 5744 Springdale Road, Cincinnati. Will Scott 10 p.m., Crow’s Nest, 4544 West 8th St., West Price Hill. cincycrowsnest.com.
Education Cemetery Tour 12:30 p.m.-4 p.m., Delhi Historical Society, 468 Anderson Ferry Road, Central Delhi. Early Bird Special until September 30. $30/ Member $35/Nonmember Prices increase $5 on October 1st. Payment must be received by October 6.
MONDAY, OCT. 15
Education Our Lady of Victory School Open House 4-6:30 p.m., Our Lady of Victory School, 808 Neeb Road, Cincinnati. Free.
Literary & Books Teen Game Night 6-7:30 p.m., Monfort Heights Branch Library, 3825 West Fork Road, Monfort Heights. Free.
FRIDAY, OCT. 19 Concerts & Tour Dates
Wine Tasting at Nature Nook Florist & Wine Shop 5:30-7:30 p.m., Nature Nook Florist & Wine Shop, 10 South Miami Ave., Cleves. $5 per person.
Health & Wellness
St. Martin Caregiver Group 7-8:30 p.m., St. Martin of Tours Church, 3720 St. Martin Place, Cheviot. Free. The Art of Listening: Yin Yoga and Meditation 7 p.m., The Hive: A Center for Contemplation, Art, and Action, 1662 Blue Rock St. , #1a, Northside.
Magic Forest Halloween Hikes 7-9 p.m., Caldwell Nature Preserve, 430 West North Bend Road, Carthage. $6 per person, free ages 2-under. 513321-6208. parks.cincyregister.com/2018halloweenhikes.
Food & Wine Trinity Lutheran Church Oktoberfest Dinner 4-7 p.m., Trinity Lutheran Church (UAC) LCMS, 5921 Springdale Road, Cincinnati. $10-$15 adults, $8-$12 ages 7-12, free ages 6-under.
Outdoors & Recreation Habitat Restoration at Shady Lane Preserve 9 a.m.-noon, Shady Lane Preserve, wide grassy area opposite the house at 3005 Shady Lane, North Bend. Free.
SUNDAY, OCT. 21 Food & Wine Eat. Play. Give: SIDS Brunch 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Cincinnati State Technical and Community College, 3520 Central Parkway, Clifton. $75, $45 young adult, $25 children. menefieldmusic.com. Spooky Brunch at The National Exemplar 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m., National Exemplar, 6880 Wooster Pike, Mariemont. $15 for kids and $20 for adults. Spooky Brunch at The National Exemplar 9:30-11 a.m., National Exemplar, 6880 Wooster Pike, Mariemont. $15 for kids and $20 for adults.
Literary & Books Meet Author Vesper Stamper 3-4 p.m., Monfort Heights Branch Library, 3825 West Fork Road, Monfort Heights.
MONDAY, OCT. 22 Literary & Books WWII: The First Victory 6:307:30 p.m., Monfort Heights Branch Library, 3825 West Fork Road, Monfort Heights.
Covedale Center for the Performing Arts presents ‘Wizard of Oz’ With music and lyrics by Harold Arlen and E. Y. Harburg; background music by Herbert
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Current opportunity exist for Psychiatrist. This opening is located at St. Elizabeth Physicians in Crestview Hills, KY. Send resume to: Cathy Drennen, 334 Thomas More Parkway, Crestview Hills, KY 41017.
Kentucky Commission on Human Rights 800-292-5566 H.O.M.E. (Housing Opportunities Made Equal) 513-721-4663
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Bridgetown - 5548 Lawrence 4 Bdrm/2 ba $139,900 Dir: Glenway or Ebenezer to Lawrence. H-9848
OPEN SUNDAY 11:30-1
Bridgetown - 3337 Parkhill 4 Bdrm/4 ba $357,900 Dir: Bridgetown to Algus to L on Dovehill to L on Parkhill in culdesac. H-9866
September Listings Leaders
OPEN SUNDAY 2-3:30
Bridgetown - 3354 Fiddlers Green 4 Bdrm/3 ba $226,900 Dir: Bridgetown to Fiddlers Green (between Willowdale & Leibel).H-9885
OPEN SUNDAY 12-1:30
Covedale - 5280 Ponce 3 Bdrm/2 ba $110,000 Dir: Sidney to West on Leona to Ponce. H-9853
OPEN SUNDAY 2-3:30
Delhi . - 808 Glen Cove 2 Bdrm/3 ba $183,000 Dir: Anderson Ferry S of Rapid Run to Glens of Delhi to Glen Cove. H-9882
Hamad - Doyle
OPEN SUNDAY 12-1:30
Miami Twp. - 3785 Deerpath Ln 4 Bdrm/4 BA $295,000 Dir: Corner of Deerpath and Bridgetown Rd. near Neuman GC. H-9883 Dan Nieman
Bridgetown - Updated 3 bd/3 ba Ranch w/newer HVAC,HWH, SS Appl and new oversized 3-car det gar.LL is complete recording studio! $179,900 H-9818 HoetingWisselDattilo
Bridgetown - Private wooded 2.6 acres on Benken Ln! Beautiful setting next to the next Green Twp. Park. Soil & site evaluation for sewer is att. $79,900 H-9889
Bridgetown - Spacious 2 story with open Kitchen to Family Rm. Fin Bsmt, flat yard, 2nd flr Laundry.Great home in great neighborhood! $324,900 H-9854
Colerain - Remodeled ranch! Sharp kit/quartz cntrs/SS appl.New hdwd flrs/crpt! New winds/ roof. Ovrsz gar! Cov’d front/ rear porches! $97,900 H-9857
Covedale - Embrace the Spirit of DIY 2 Bedrooms,1.5 baths,close to shops & schools.Updated roof,AC,Furn,wind and elec panel. $75,900 H-9873
Delhi - 100 yr old 2-Family, needs work. 1 bd & 3 bd, sold with adjacent 45x130 building lot.Near Delhi Pike. $50,000 H-9833
Delhi - 4 bd 3 full ba Historic Home. Updtd kit w/quartz counters, LR, DR, library, study, fam rm. 18x17 wkshp in LL. 2 car gar. ½ AC yd. $249,900 H-9846
Fairfield - Stately 2 story! 4 bd, 3 ba, 3 car gar, 1st fl laundry, 1st fl study,LL office,library, theater rm & fam rm. Abuts protected green space! $289,900 H-9801
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Green Twp. - This 4 bdrm 2.5 bath 2 story with 2 car gar has all the updates! Wind’16, roof’11, furn & A/C ’17, batgs’12, elec’16, shed’18. $199,900 H-9872
Miami Twp. - Custom 5 bd, 4 ba, Ranch w/vaul ceil, hdwd flrs, 2 FP, eat in kit. Newer roof & furn. Many updates, tons of storage. Must see! $385,000 H-9825
Mt. Airy - 2100 sf Two-fam. Move in Ready! 2-2 bed units. Sep entrs. 2 orches. Frml DR. 2nd Fl study. Centrl Air. 2 car gar+rear Pkg.$153,000 H-9875
Northside - 2 Bd, 1.5 Ba Home in Northside with original hardwood floors and pocket doors, fireplace, and fenced in backyard with deck. $175,900 H-9881
Price Hill - Brick 2 Family on wooded lot.Updated kits & bas.Hdwd flrs, solariums, tile FP, sep HVAC. Owner occupied or investor. $143,900 H-9887
West Harrison - Welcome Home! Beautiful 4 bd, 2.5 ba 2 sty. Updated kit & 1st fl laundry. Fen yd & ab gr pool.Sunman Dearborn Schools.$225,000 H-9851
White Oak - Ranch unit w/Open floor plan! Vaulted ceiling, 1st flr laundry, 3 full bath, 2 bdrm, cust kitchen, fin bsmt, patio, deck & 2 car gar. $229,900 H-9878
Hamad - Doyle
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Congregate Meals Assistant This position is responsible for managing the lunch programs at the Delhi Senior Center (Wednesday) and the Booth Apartments (Monday and Friday), it is a part time position 12-15 hours per week from 9:00 am until 2:00 pm. The primary duties include promoting the program to participates, receiving the meals, keeping it properly heated, serving and managing the kitchen. You must be a high school graduate with 3-5 years of experience in the food service industry. In addition, you must secure a Servsafe Certification from the Hamilton County Public Health Board. If the person does not currently have the certification the agency will schedule the testing and cover the cost of Servsafe Certification. If you are interest in this position please send a resume to Jo Ann Kells, Cincinnati Area Senior Services, 2368 Victory pkwy, Cincinnati, Ohio 45206 or email to email@example.com EOE
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Wedding Officiant , Are you getting married? Do you want your own creative, unique ceremony? I am an Ordained Minister, licensed in the State of Ohio and I would love to be part of your special day. I believe that Love is Love and whether you want traditional or your own special version, I am here for you. , $200.00, includes rehearsal.. (513)2606019 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Pool table, slate, cues. Great condition. 513-248-4821
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INSTANT CASH PAID For Baseball Cards Coins, Gold, Silver, Antiques, Old Toys, Watches, Comics, Case Knives Military, Trains, Autographs, Many Others! We Pick-up. 513-295-5634
BUYING ALL TYPES OF KENNER TOYS & HISTORICAL MEMORABILIA. Help add to the largest private STAR WARS collection in Ohio! Did you or a family member used to work for Kenner? We are LOCAL paying CASH for prototypes, packaging samples, displays, artwork, paperwork, and toys in all conditions. Heck, we will even buy your KENNER business card! Looking specifically for STAR WARS, M.A.S.K., Jurassic Park, GI Joe, Alien, Stretch Armstrong, The Real Ghostbusters, and most character lines. 1980â€™s and older only please. Help keep Kenner history here in Cincinnati! Call or text 513.500.4209 - Please leave a voicemail if we donâ€™t answer, or email us at CincyStarWarsCollector@gmail.com . Save this ad- we buy all year !
WE BUY COLLECTOR CARS!, Since 1962 Paul Padget has been the go-to guy for collector cars in SW Ohio. We also do appraisals, ($95 up). Call (513) 821-2143 (days only please) or email epadget@ fuse.net., (513)821-2143
Dog, German shepherd puppies , Males and females , $550, 8 weeks, Black and tan, Easy going, great with kids Parents on site. Great personality (513)320-0608 email@example.com
2000 Volvo Station Wagon, runs good, $2,150. 859-206-2495
Ford 2016 Escape white 5k mi, no smoke, garaged, like new, $17,500 513-300-7923
1 BUYER of OLD CARS CLASSIC, ANTIQUE â€™30-40-50-60-70s, Running or not. 513-403-7386 FRENCH BULLDOG pups, AKC reg. 2 liters of french blue bull dogs, 1 liter of English 3 Males, 1st shots and wormed. vet checked, 270678-7943 or 270-427-6364 trulocksredgables.com Lab Pups, Choc. AKC, UTD shots, ready to go! $600 270-566-0061 call/text. Russell Springs KY
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Buying All Vehicles Not Just Junk up $3000 Fair cash price, quick pickup. 513-662-4955
find a new friend... AKC Cavalier King Charles puppies, DOB 7/11/18, 3 Ruby males, $1000, 1 Ruby female $1200. Also 2 Blenheim males $700, 1 ruby male $700 DOB 7/4/18, very friend pet, first shots, wormed and vet checked, 937-386-2866
Mini Schnauzers, Mini Schnauzers, Males, $$300.00 each, 1 is 3yrs, 1 is 5yrs, S/P, & White, Loveable, sweet, People dogs AKC, housebroken, I can no longer care for them. (937)840-8553 freda_l firstname.lastname@example.org
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WAR RELICS US, German, Japanese Uniforms, Helmets, Guns, Swords, Medals Etc, Paying Top Dollar Call 513-309-1347
Labradoodles, Boston Terriers, Shih Tzus, Havanese, Yorkies, Pekingese, Beagles , Shih Poos, Yorkie Poos, Poms wormed & vet checked. Blanchester, OH. 937-725-9641
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Bromley KY Estate Sale 325 Shelby St Bromley KY 10/13 & 10/14 Sat-10-4 #â€™s @ 9:45 Sun-1-4 This is a workmanâ€™s dream Sale. Everything imaginable you would find in a workshop, garage, shed or basement. Air compressor, power tools, handtools, wet saw, lg Milwaukee saw, Gravely snowblower/blade attachments, 8 foot trailer, full-size Jack Daniels figure, chainsaws, weedeaters, lg tool chests, gun safes, old fans, paslode guns, wrought iron, safe, cast-iron, old gas cans, concrete planters, crossbow, old lanterns, tube radio, ant. chairs & tables, couch, decanters, old bottles, hot wheels kids beds, kitchen & household items. old & new porcelain signs, old thermometers,fishing poles fishing tackle and hunting items, old & new windows. Still unearthing items. Too much to list â€“ All priced to sell! Info & pics â€“ hsestatesales.com or 859468-9468 Dir â€“ Dixie Hwy (Ft Wright) â€“ Sleepyhollow Rd (Deveril) â€“ L- Oak street - LRohman St - R- Shelby
Crestview Hills KY Estate Sale 569 Palmer Ct Crestview Hills, KY 41017 10/12 & 10/13 Fri - 10 - 3 #â€™s @ 9:45 Sat - 10 - 3 Contents of very nice home, garage & basement. Beautiful corner cupboard, two serpentine chest on chest made by white, serpentine dresser, cedar chest, end tables, lift chair, blue rocking chair, two king-size beds, Chest of drawers, drop leaf table, full-size headboard, nightstands, coffee table, folding bed, wicker couch, patio furniture, linens, freezer upright, metal shelves, linens, mirrors, rugs, lamps, file cabinet, treadmill, China, kitchen items, some yard and handtools, dishes glassware other kitchen misc items Too much to list - all priced to sell! Info & pics â€“ hsestatesales.com or 859-468-9468. Dir - Thomas Moore Parkway - Legends Way, - Palmer Ct
Forest Park Estate Sale by CT of Tricounty- Fri 10/12 & Sat 10/13, 9am-2pm @ 11484 Hanover Rd Cincinnati OH 45240 Tons of kitchen items, furniture, collectibles, vintage items, storage items, fire extinguishers, toys and board games, medical equip., electronics, Christmas items, cleaning supplies, and much more! 513-680-0276 Mt. Healthy, Estate Sale, 9308 Rambler Pl, Sat., Oct. 13th, 9-1. Antiques, Dept. 56 Xmas villages, Coca Cola, Nascar, Reds collections. Vintage glassware and misc from 1930-60 era. All must go! Dir: Mt. Healthy exit to Hamilton Ave. to Adams Rd. to Rambler Pl.
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LEGAL NOTICE NUISANCE VIOLATION 5218 RIVERWATCH DRIVE
At its meeting held on 10-218, the Council of the City of Cheviot adopted the following legislation: Res 1811 To Accept The Amounts And Rates As Determined By The Budget Commission; To Authorize The Necessary Tax Levies; To Certify Them To The County Auditor; And To Declare An Emergency. Ord 18-22 To Amend The 2018 Annual Budget Appropriations; To Transfer Certain Funds; And To Declare An Emergency. WST,Oct10,17â€™18#3188940
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The Delhi Township Board of Trustees has determined, at Resolution #2018-186, that the condition of the property constitutes a nuisance and is detrimental to the health, safety and general welfare of all persons who live, work or own property within Delhi Township. This notice shall serve as a formal order for you to address the nuisance violations at your property located at 5218 Riverwatch Drive (also known as Parcel 540-00310175 of the Hamilton County Auditorâ€™s Tax Plats), Delhi Township, Hamilton County, State of Ohio as described below: â€˘Yards and planting beds exceed 12â€?. If such excessive vegetation is not cut and removed or provision for such cutting and removal is not made within seven (7) days of publishing/posting of this notice, or a hearing before the Board of Trustees is not requested as specified below, the Board will provide for the cutting and removal, and any expenses incurred by the Board in performing such tasks will be entered upon the tax duplicate and will be a lien upon the properties from the date of entry. You have the right to request a hearing before the Board of Trustees within seven (7) days of publishing/posting of this notice. If requested, the hearing will be held at the next regularly scheduled meeting of the Board. The Boardsâ€™ meetings are held on the second and last Wednesdays of each month commencing at 6:00 p.m. at 934 Neeb Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45233. At the hearing, you may appear in person or by counsel, may present evidence and examine witnesses. If a hearing is timely requested, action to abate the nuisance conditions will be stayed pending the hearing and further decision of the Board. Your request for a hearing before the Board may be submitted in writing to: Gregory J. DeLong, Community Development Director, Delhi Township Department of Community Development, 697 Neeb Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45233. Any questions concerning this order should be directed to Mr. DeLong at the above described address or at (513) 922-2705. WST,Oct10â€™18#3189194
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LEGAL NOTICE NUISANCE VIOLATION 4954 ALVERNOVALLEY COURT Notice is hereby given to James Hester that property you own in Delhi Township contains excessive vegetation and accumulated debris. The Delhi Township Board of Trustees has determined, at Resolution #2018-184, that the condition of the property constitutes a nuisance and is detrimental to the health, safety and general welfare of all persons who live, work or own property within Delhi Township. This notice shall serve as a formal order for you to address the nuisance violations at your property located at 4954 Alvernovalley Court (also known as Parcel 540-00330040 of the Hamilton County Auditorâ€™s Tax Plats), Delhi Township, Hamilton County, State of Ohio as described below: â€˘Yards and planting beds exceed 12â€?. Garbage and debris in side yard. If such excessive vegetation is not cut and removed and if such accumulated debris is not removed, or provision for such cutting and removal is not made within seven (7) days of publishing/posting of this notice, or a hearing before the Board of Trustees is not requested as specified below, the Board will provide for the cutting and removal, and any expenses incurred by the Board in performing such tasks will be entered upon the tax duplicate and will be a lien upon the properties from the date of entry. You have the right to request a hearing before the Board of Trustees within seven (7) days of publishing/posting of this notice. If requested, the hearing will be held at the next regularly scheduled meeting of the Board. The Boardsâ€™ meetings are held on the second and last Wednesdays of each month commencing at 6:00 p.m. at 934 Neeb Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45233. At the hearing, you may appear in person or by counsel, may present evidence and examine witnesses. If a hearing is timely requested, action to abate the nuisance conditions will be stayed pending the hearing and further decision of the Board. Your request for a hearing before the Board may be submitted in writing to: Gregory J. DeLong, Community Development Director, Delhi Township Department of Community Development, 697 Neeb Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45233. Any questions concerning this order should be directed to Mr. DeLong at the above described address or at (513) 922-2705. WST,Oct10â€™18#3189205
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Notice is hereby James Frederick property you own Township contains vegetation.