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It takes faith to run daily for 40 years Paul Daugherty
Cincinnati Enquirer USA TODAY NETWORK
“Bid me run, and I will strive with things impossible. And yea, get the better of them.” – Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar Father Lawrence Schottelkotte has been running for 40 years. Not on and oﬀ, not when he has felt like it, not only when the sun was shining and his feet weren’t dancing in a ﬁeld of blisters. Every day, since Aug. 10, 1979. On the day he presided over his sister’s funeral, he ran. On the day he oﬃciated a wedding, he ran with the groom at 6 a.m. He kept running on the day in the ‘80s when he rolled across the hood of a Volkswagen Beetle, whose driver was turning left and not looking right. “I’m OK,” he said to the terriﬁed driver. “Just drive carefully.” He ran four miles from where a tornado was touching down in Kalamazoo, Michigan. He ran through what he believed was a crime scene in Hyde Park. Forty years is a long time unless you’re a rock. Forty years is a while to those of us required to put one foot in front of the other, day after day, lest we risk being lifetrampled. It’s more than 14,000 days, if you’re counting. Father Larry counts, sort of. He’s aware of his streak, yet mildly surprised anyone else would be interested. “I’m the only one to whom it’s meaningful,” he says. He’s mindful of maintaining it, even as he is 80 years old, and the term “run” has become relative. The well-practiced shuﬄe he learned by watching the legendary distance man Bill Rogers has served him well. He never does less than a mile, enough to calm the skeptics who’d suggest Larry would count a light jog to the refrigerator as maintaining the streak. Usually, he manages four miles or ﬁve. From All Saints Catholic Church in Kenwood, he starts north on Montgomery Road, turns left on Cooper, past Zig Zag, through Swaim Park to Monte. Left on Monte, to Wimbledon Court, where several All Saints parishioners live. And so on. You’ve heard about the notion of runners being a “community.” Dedicated souls, set apart by doggedness and shin splints. Father Larry is a community of one. No day passes without someone waving to him when he happens by. He has become as familiar in Montgomery as Montgomery Inn. Once, a passerby took his picture, then made it into a painting and presented it to him. Larry’s not terribly stuck on Larry, so even as he appreciated the artwork, he doesn’t know what he did with it.
Father Lawrence Schottelkotte, is pictured June 25, at All Saints Church in Kenwood. Schottelkotte has run every day for the last 40 years. KAREEM ELGAZZAR/THE ENQUIRER
He has never been seriously hurt, never blown out a knee, never sprained an ankle. His feet and toes resemble the root system of a redwood, a sight he blames not on running, but on his love of tennis in his 20s. He has tripped and fallen, a tumble that resulted in 13 stitches on the back of his hand. He did have a slight hamstring issue in the early 80s. “I hobbled through it,” Larry said. He’s 5-10 1⁄2 and 152 pounds, down from the 160 he owned for many years. His resting pulse rate is 48. When the weather permits, he runs shirtless. People gasp in pleasant surprise. He stopped competing against himself long ago. Between 1975 and 1984, Larry ran seven marathons. His goal was 3 hours, 20 minutes. His best time was 3:28. He has never owned a pedometer. “When I run, I run. I don’t want to make it more technical than that,” he says. The streak started after an oﬀhand remark made by
one of Larry’s brothers in the Society of Marianists. “By the time you’re 35, you’ll be fat like the rest of us,” the guy said. Larry was 18 then, a recent graduate of Purcell High. “I remember thinking no, I won’t,” Larry recalls. He started running in June 1964. Five days a week, two miles a day, a way to get in better shape to play his favorite sport, tennis. When the church transferred him to Kalamazoo, the tennis faded. The running picked up. He has been at All Saints for 20 years. Father Larry holds no oﬃcial position there. He calls himself an associate pastor. He says Mass, makes home visits. He leads the sort of minimalist lifestyle you might expect. He eats very little red meat, has one piece of peanut butter toast with preserves for breakfast and usually no lunch. Larry has a three-year-old car with 5,200 See FAITH, Page 2A
Firehouse Grill in Blue Ash to become Firehouse Grill Brewery Polly Campbell Cincinnati Enquirer USA TODAY NETWORK
Back in the days before there were dozens of brewers in Cincinnati, there were just a few micro-breweries that also served food. The Queen City Group ran several, including Watson Bros. in Blue Ash from 19962006. It was in the large building that now is The Firehouse Grill. Now they're bringing the spirit of Watson Bros. back as an addition to the restaurant, which will now be known as Firehouse Grill Brewery. And they've got Watson's former assistant brewer to run it. Dan Shatto was at Watson Bros. from 2003-2006. He has spent ﬁve years at MadTree in the meantime. They'll be installing a 7-barrel system. Shatto said they won't be up and brewing until mid-September, when they'll have three consistent beer oﬀerings, probably an IPA, an amber ale and something lighter, along with another handful of styles in rotation. Firehouse Grill already serves a lot of taps of local beer and will continue to serve those. Their menu is beer-friendly, with sandwiches and ﬁsh and chips, burgers and entrees like meatloaf, pasta, brown sugar pork chops, ribeye, lemon-caper chicken. They have one of the nicer outdoor patios in the area, too. It's at 4785 Lake Forest Drive in Blue Ash.
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“Lord Jesus, son of God, have mercy on me, a sinner.” He’ll ﬁll parishioners prayer requests while he runs. The rosary will get a workout. Running itself is an act of faith. A belief that along the way your feet won’t ﬁnd a pothole or a crease in the sidewalk, your calf won’t seize up. The driver of the car turning left from the cul de sac won’t fail to see you coming the other way. “Faith is evidence of things that appear not,” Father Larry says, paraphrasing a familiar quote. “Faith is something that takes us beyond what reason can do.” Few people of reason would run every day for 40 years or even entertain the thought. It takes people of faith to do that. “I do view the world diﬀerently in some ways because I run,” says Larry. “It helps me deﬁne what life is for me, on this planet.” Running is putting one foot in front of the other until the race is run. Metaphorically we all do that, in one form or another. Running toward our dreams, running away from our pasts. Running to keep up with the day. We don’t run the way Father Larry runs. Not literally. “I’ve slowed up enough, people who used to say enjoy the rest of your run, say enjoy the rest of your walk,” he says. “It doesn’t bother me at all. Aging is aging.” At 9:15 or so this morning, Father Lawrence Schottelkotte will slip on a pair of red Asics sneakers, size 11, and the one pair of red shorts he currently owns, and he will go for a run. He’ll pray some and pay attention to the ground beneath his feet. Nothing heavy, nothing profound. It’s just a run. Striving with impossible things and hopefully getting the better of them. “I run like an 80-year-old, I’m an old, slow runner,” Father Larry decides. “I hope I age gracefully.” The apostle Paul said, “I have fought the good ﬁght. I have ﬁnished the race. I have kept the faith.” That’s appropriate, Father Larry decides. That could apply to him.
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miles on it that he drives to “Kroger, the post oﬃce and visitations on Thursdays.” If we ﬁgure he runs an average of ﬁve miles a day, after three years, his feet would have more miles on them than his car. He works at All Saints in a pair of Teva sandals he has owned for a decade. He doesn’t own a pair of dress shoes. To him, dressing up means adding a pair of socks. Larry isn’t an ascetic, but you can’t run for 40 years without the sort of discipline that demands you give up some things. I asked him all sorts of existential questions, believing there must be Big Reasons he has run every day for 40 years. I mean, the man is not Forrest Gump. Why do you run? To something? Or away from it? What do you think about? What’s the greater purpose, Father? “I run to stay in shape. I like it. That’s it,” he said. “I think about whatever comes to mind. I watch the territory, so I don’t trip.” Sigh. That doesn’t mean there is not spirituality involved. He is, after all, a priest. “In its own way it is” a spiritual experience, he said. “The mind will go where it goes. In my situation, sometimes it will go to prayer.” His favorite prayer is simple and repeatable. “Kind of a mantra,” he says.
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‘People Over Porsches’ loses ﬁrst round in proposed dealership expansion Jeanne Houck Cincinnati Enquirer USA TODAY NETWORK
The proposed expansion of a dealership that sells Porsches and other pricey automobiles in Columbia Township has cleared the ﬁrst of three government hurdles. A neighborhood group called “People Over Porsches And Parking Lots” says it will continue to lobby against the expansion. “We recognize the beneﬁts that Porsche of the Village has brought to our area,” Stacey Bryant-Rose, a member of the neighborhood group, said. “We just want to see development happen within the currently designated commercial zones.” The Hamilton County Regional Planning Commission recommended Monday that the county’s Rural Zoning Commission greenlight the rezoning of four residential lots at 6742 through 6748 Cambridge Ave. for retail use. “After respectfully attending many meetings and ﬁling a careful legal response before Monday’s commission meeting, we were surprised and disappointed by the commission’s lack of attention to our community’s arguments and concerns,” Bryant-Rose said. “We’ll continue to raise our concerns at upcoming meetings.” The owner of the four lots on Cambridge Avenue wants to raze the vacant houses and allow Porsche of the Village and three other automobiles-sales businesses at a multi-brand dealership at 4113 Plainville Road to build a 71space parking lot for their inventory. Part of the property could be used for a building addition to a Maserati/Alfa Romeo showroom planned to be constructed on adjacent property at Cam-
bridge Avenue and Plainville Road that until recently was home to a Dollar General store. The Hamilton County Rural Zoning Commission will conduct a hearing on the matter Thursday, July 18, after which it will decide whether to recommend that the Hamilton County commissioners approve the zone change. Woeste Investments Limited of Anderson Township owns all the property involved, including the Porsche of the Village site that also is home to Maserati of Cincinnati, Alfa Romeo of Cincinnati and Volvo Cars Cincinnati East. Hamilton County Regional Planning Commission staﬀ had recommended the regional planning commission approve the zone change, noting that the Columbia Township comprehensive plan has designated the area as a neighborhood business corridor with a mix of residential, retail and oﬃce uses. People over Porsches says a parking lot used to store cars is consistent with industrial zoning, not a residential-retail-oﬃce mix. When the Hamilton County Regional Planning Commission decided to recommend the rezoning be approved, it was with conditions crafted by its staﬀ. The conditions included there be no new driveways or freestanding signs along Cambridge Avenue, that a 10foot-tall privacy fence be built on the western side of the site, that lighting be restricted and that no loudspeakers be used. The Columbia Township trustees supported the regional planning commission staﬀ recommendation, according to a letter Township Administrator Mike Lemon sent to the Hamilton County Regional Planning Commission.
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Make tomato shallot relish as a side dish Rita’s Kitchen Rita Heikenfeld
Well, what a surprise I had yesterday when I went out to pick raspberries. A tiny baby fawn was curled up in the middle of the elderberry patch next to the raspberry rows. Now like with many of you, deer are more than a nuisance. I have a feeling it was the babe’s relatives who nipped the ripe raspberries from the stems and
chomped down a row of sunﬂowers the night before. A frustrating sight. But that little creature looked up at me so trustingly….I didn’t have the heart to shoo it away to the ﬁeld. One plant they’re leaving alone (so far) are the tomatoes. My Rapunzel cherry and grape tomatoes are ripening nicely so I picked some to make this pretty and yummy side dish. I call it a relish, though technically it’s not, since relishes are usually made with minced vegetables. I served it alongside grilled chicken, though it can stand alone as a salad.
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Mike’s Carwash donates $6,792 to The Foodbank of Dayton to support tornado relief efforts Mike’s Carwash proudly presented a check for $6,792.09 to The Foodbank of Dayton on Thursday, June 6. The donation was a result of a one-day fundraiser held on Saturday, June 1 at all of Mike’s Cincinnati and Dayton carwash locations. During the event, Mike’s discounted their best wash, the Ultimate, to $15 ($20 value) and donated $1 from each of these washes purchased in Cincinnati and Dayton back to The Foodbank. Plus, Mike’s collected additional donations onsite. Mike’s Beavercreek location was damaged in the tornado and is closed until further notice as they work to rebuild the location to continue to serve the Beavercreek community. Their Centerville North and South locations remain open for business daily from 7am to 9pm. Meghan Hollabaugh, Mike’s Carwash
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its oﬃcial Grand Opening with a black-tie gala event. A Night of Celebration in Honor of Dr. John and Susan Tew, is a community fundraiser to raise funds for the Director’s Chair of the University of Cincinnati Center for Integrative Health and Wellness. The goal is to raise $2 million. Tickets to the beneﬁt may be purchased for $500.00 per person, and the dinner will be catered by Jeﬀ Thomas Catering. Fresh, organic ingredients from Turner Farm will be used to prepare the 4-course dinner. Attendees will be entertained by oﬀerings from The UC College Conservatory of Music, The Cincinnati Ballet, The Cincinnati Opera and The Music Resource Center. The Meshewa House is located at 7550 Given Road in Indian Hill. For more information, visit www.meshewahouse.org. To reserve tickets for the kick-oﬀ celebration or inquire about booking an event at The Meshewa House, please contact Mary Joseph at Turner Farm at 513-368-7334 or email Mary@Turnerfarm.org. Julie Whitney, Phillippi-Whitney Communications LLC
Unveiling of Meshewa House at Turner Farm set for Sept. 7 Besides being a farm, Turner Farm, Greater Cincinnati’s largest organic farm, is also focused on health. Among its goals is educating the importance of fresh, organic, properly prepared foods in nourishing our bodies through classes and programs conducted out of its on-site demonstration and teaching kitchen. The farm also partners with local doctors who have developed programs to educate patients on how best to embrace a healthy relationship with foods, as well as programs educating doctors and medical students on nutrition, diet and proper food preparation for themselves and their patients. With that focus, Turner Farm has fostered a close association with Dr. Carina Braeutigam of Cincinnati Childrens Hospital and Dr. Sian Cotton at the University of Cincinnati’s Center for Integrative Health & Wellness. The newest development at Turner Farm is the restoration of The Meshewa House, a rural and elegant 1930s manor house that is situated within the 220acre property. (Meshewa is the Shawnee word for horse, and the original owner Mary Stephenson was a well-known equestrian.) On Saturday, Sept. 7, The Meshewa House will host
City of Montgomery hosts annual Bastille Day Celebration on July 13 The party’s in Montgomery on July 13, celebrating 30 years of friendship with Montgomery’s Sister City, Neuilly-Plaisance, France. From noon to 11 p.m., the whole family will enjoy fun, food, drinks, and a variety of entertainment options. Area restaurants will feature a variety of mouthwatering cuisine to honor our Sister Cities’ friendship
as well as local favorites like ribs, pizza, burgers, ice cream and more. Kids will enjoy the fun games of luck, stilt walkers, pony rides, face painting, nine-hole putt-putt, remotecontrolled cars, and a youth art project. More Bastille Day features include: Historic Walking Tour – Join a guide on a free 60minute walking tour of Montgomery’s preserved landmark homes and buildings dating back to the 1800s. Meet at the Universalist Church at 1 p.m. Entertainment features talent of all sorts and sounds to keep you moving. The Main Stage will be alive with beats from Naked Karate Girls while the Motown sounds of The Mistics will groove you on the North Stage. Sycamore Community Band will kick-oﬀ the event at noon. Main Stage Line-up ❚ Sycamore Community – noon to 1 p.m. ❚ Waiters Race– 2 p.m. Participating wait staﬀ will be challenged to deliver without a spill ❚ Best of Bastille Announcements – 3 p.m. ❚ Eden – 3:30 p.m. ❚ Naked Karate Girls – 8 p.m. North Stage line-up ❚ Tom Bemmes Magic Show – 12:15 p.m. ❚ Juggling Show – 1:30 p.m. ❚ Cincinnati Dancing Pigs Jug Band – 3 p.m. ❚ Pandini Brothers French Bistro Music – 5:15 p.m. ❚ The Mistics – 8 p.m. Visit montgomeryohio.org for more details. Faith Lynch, City of Montgomery
Sycamore Township Festival Sycamore Township will hold it 27th Annual "Festival In Sycamore" on Friday and Saturday, July 12 and 13, from 6 p.m. to midnight at 4312 Sycamore Road. Admission is free. The festival will feature great music , food, rides and fun. Two top selling classic rock bands will be featured. July 12 will feature million seller The Fabulous Thunderbirds. Classic rock legends Jeﬀerson Starship will perform on July 13. Both bands will take the stage at 9:30 p.m. Local bands will open each evening's entertainment. Bracelets may be purchased each night for $5, which will allow the buyer to ride the rides all night. For more info about the festival, go to www.sycamoretownship.org. Submitted/Share
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Sports Jillian Hayes, sister of NBA ﬁrst-round pick, commits to play basketball for Cincinnati Scott Springer Cincinnati Enquirer USA TODAY NETWORK
LOVELAND - Less than a week after her brother, Jaxson Hayes, was an NBA lottery pick, Loveland’s Jillian Hayes announced her college commitment for basketball. The 6-1 versatile scorer for Coach Darnell Parker’s Lady Tigers will play for Michelle Clark-Heard at the University of Cincinnati. Hayes and Loveland just visited UC for a team camp and she attended numerous games during the recent season. “I love the atmosphere and what Coach Heard has going there,” Hayes said. “I think I’ve always known. Whenever I stepped on campus my parents even said I just light up when I’m with the staﬀ or the players.” While her 6-11 brother out of Moeller and Texas was prepping for last week’s NBA Draft, Jillian and her mother were in Minnesota working on her hardwood resume. Both later joined the family in New York for Jaxson’s big night at the Barclays Center. “It’s been a whirlwind,” Jillian’s mother Kristi Hayes said. Added Jillian, “It was awesome! It was really surreal. Especially when they called his name. I went,’They didn’t just call his name?’ I knew he could do it if he put his mind to it.” A day after her announcement to stay in town for UC, Hayes and her Loveland teammates were at Purcell Marian for some summer league action. From the frills of New York City, mother and daughter were back in the familiar conﬁnes of a steamy gym. Unlike Jaxson, who didn’t start at Moeller until his senior season when he sprouted to a 6-10 gazelle, Jillian has started and led Loveland in scoring in her ﬁrst three varsity seasons. Her averages have jumped from 7.9 to 15.6 to 17.3 points per game. She also pulls down around eight rebounds per game and has led the Eastern Cincinnati Conference in steals the past two winters. “The two have totally diﬀerent stories,” Kristi Hayes said of her two eldest. “Jillian’s always been in there. Freshman year she started and was in there. She’s an oﬀensive player and very tough-nosed. I’ve gone See HAYES, Page 2B
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Loveland graduate Luke Waddell makes USA Baseball Collegiate National Team Scott Springer Cincinnati Enquirer USA TODAY NETWORK
DURHAM, N.C. - Loveland High School multi-sport athlete Luke Waddell has followed up his baseball season at Georgia Tech by being selected to the USA Baseball Collegiate National Team. Following his season with the Yellowjackets, Waddell was picked in the 32nd round by Arizona. Waddell hit .322 in his sophomore campaign. At Loveland, he played three sports and is the all-time leader in games, hits and doubles for Tiger baseball and rushing yards, receiving yards, touchdowns and points in football. Waddell joins Ashland’s Tyler Brown, a pitcher from Vanderbilt, as the only Ohioans on the roster. Team USA was set to take on Cuba July 2-6 in the Eighth Annual USA vs. Cuba International Friendship Series with games in North Carolina at stadiums such as BB&T Ballpark in Charlotte and the Durham Bulls Athletic Park. “Everyone is coming down so it will be great to see them,” Waddell said of his immediate family After that, they travel to Taiwan for the 19th USA vs. Chinese Taipei International Friendship Series July 912. They ﬁnish July 16-21 in the 43rd USA vs. Japan Collegiate All-Star Series in various cities in Japan. University of Louisville head coach Dan McDonnell is manager of the squad. “I’ve never really been out of the country, just once Luke Waddell connects for Georgia Tech against Virginia Tech.Danny Karnik. DANNY KARNIK/GT ATHLETICS
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to a resort,” Waddell said. He then joked that after a long day on a bus in North Carolina that he was “looking forward” to a 14-hour plane ride. Waddell was impressive in tryouts, scrimmages and exhibitions to make the 26-man roster. The team will be reduced to 24 for the Japan trip.
In addition to his four-year baseball and football career at Loveland, Waddell played for the Midland Redskins prior to heading to Georgia Tech. He was The Enquirer Baseball Player of the Year at the Greater Cincinnati Sports Awards in 2017. As for his future in baseball on American soil, Waddell will not sign with the Diamondbacks and will continue his Georgia Tech Yellowjacket career. He could be selected in a future draft.
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver poses for photographs with Texas' Jaxson Hayes after the Atlanta Hawks selected him as the eighth overall pick in the NBA basketball draft. JULIO CORTEZ/AP
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through the whole recruiting process with her. I only had three months with Jaxson. She will bully her way in where Jaxson’s more of a ﬁnesse player. They’re two opposite ends of the spectrum but they both have found their way to where they want to go.” Loveland has ﬁnished third in the ECC with Hayes the last two seasons and Coach Darnell Parker is glad the celebrated senior has her decision out of the way. “Coach Heard got a great player,” Parker said. “I know that Jill really loved the UC program. Jill’s a complete player. She’s going to be able to play on the perimeter or she can play on the post if they need her to. She’s going to continue to get better and stronger as a
player.” Hayes is the second of four children of Jonathan and Kristi Hayes. As documented last week in Jaxson’s dramatic surge to the forefront of pro basketball, Jonathan Hayes is a former NFL tight end and assistant coach with the Bengals. He now is head coach of the St. Louis franchise in the XFL. The basketball talent comes from Iowa high school legend Kristi (Kinne) Hayes who averaged 52 points per game her senior year in high school and went on to become a Missouri Valley Conference Player of the Year at Drake. “I’ll give it to her, she’s the best bucket in our family,” Jillian Hayes said grinning. “Including my older brother.” Michelle Clark-Heard guided the UC women to a 24-11 mark last season as they advanced to the quarterﬁnals of the WNIT. Heard beat out Central Florida and Kentucky for the services of Hayes.
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East End 218 Stanley Ave: Flack Marjorie to Holinger Ofir & Tsila; $70,000
Fairfax Spring St: Lakes June & Phyllis Whitney to Property Pigeon LLC; $50,000 3716 Watterson Rd: Turner Sandy to Wilmington Trust; $125,000 3819 Carlton Ave: Kt LLC to Kellis Shawna M; $116,500 5827 Eleanor St: Lakes June & Phyllis Whitney to Property Pigeon LLC; $50,000
Hyde Park 12 Hampton Ln: Price Ruth R to 12 Hampton Lane LLC; $725,000 2461 Downing Dr: Ganulin Bryan V & Carly A to Migliazzo Christopher M; $323,500 3607 Zumstein Ave: Goulait Jeffrey C & Jill to Barraclough John A & Victoria; $640,000 3636 Tamarack Ave: Frazier Dorothy to Celio Kl LLC; $147,000 3641 Monteith Ave: Dial Christian Joseph & Sarah Elizabeth Hackett to Schafer Kurt R; $270,000
Indian Hill 10 Voorhees Dr: Breezy Hill Estates Ii LLC to Stafford Amy; $825,000 7432 Drake Rd: Paulson Andrea & Jacob Bergstedt to Rinaldi Frank & Megumi; $473,500 8 Camargo Pines Ln: Mcgee Matthew & Ann to Reherman John @3; $1,522,500 8625 Pipewell Ln: Troja J Grant to Hansen Aaron C & Macy N; $993,000
Loveland 201 Tuscarora Dr: Allen Pamela R to Brock Kyle; $104,790 266 Riva Ridge Ct: Shafer Todd to Redmond Christopher & Tristine Redmond; $289,000
Madeira 5997 Cherokee Dr: Bowers Richard L to Dial Christian & Sarah; $383,500 6524 Rollymeade Dr: Reuter Karen W Tr & Katherine A Wilson Tr to Reuter Ryan J; $325,000 6536 Rollymeade Dr: Baker William T & Ellen M to Collins Christine M &; $320,350
7009 Fowler Ave: Brent W & Lindsay E Pietroski to Nichols Benjamin & Mackenzi; $325,000 7028 Fowler Ave: Prokop Peter & Mary Ann Prokop to Brown Thomas W; $290,000 7251 Timberlane Dr: Cobblestone Street Homes LLC to Garber Tanner; $349,900 7509 Miami Ave: Behen John N & Linda D to Haifawi Steven Tr; $407,000 7901 Locust Ln: Lutes Brian J & Erin J to Dressler Daniel & Sofia A; $315,000 7907 Tances Dr: Ashton Stephen J & Jennifer C to Silski Latifa Amatullah & Eric Michael; $618,000
Madisonville 4104 Whetsel Ave: Mash Enterprises LLC to Meyer John & Patricia; $136,500 4311 Erie Ave: 4311 Erie LLC to Berberich Jonathon D; $170,125 4428 Simpson Ave: Fallegur Homes LLC to Lemons to Lemonade Properties LLC; $54,000 4515 Butterfield Pl: Morgenroth Joseph P & Mary B to Balow Stephanie Ann; $315,000 4712 Peabody Ave: Redhawk Capital Management LLC to Pagano Laura Elizabeth; $221,000 5203 Charloe St: Keene Group Inc The to Prescott Bigelow Iv; $1 5305 Charloe St: Richer Carolyn to Welch Ryan & Leanne; $75,000 5819 Bramble Ave: Courage Properties LLC to South Jonathan; $109,900
Mariemont 6998 Rowan Hill Dr: Grau Lynn & Jim Gore Tr to Muhlenkamp Trent; $255,000
Montgomery 10603 Bridgewater Ln: Buckley Kevin & Katie to Mcwilliams Jeremiah Daniel & Carolyn C; $410,000 10630 Indian Woods Dr: Diehl Nieves B to Curtis Paul S & Patricia C; $395,000 8638 Old Stone Ct: Brown James A & Elizabeth S to Hlubek Brittany & Randall; $702,500 8764 Arcturus Dr: Tye Derek & Jessica to Hartig Benjamin S & Jennifer L; $765,000 9063 Kemper Rd: Goodwin Jack H & Patricia A to Love Matthew A & Jacqueline; $640,000 9917 Knollwind Dr: Mellman Arlette & Andrew M to Stephens Paul G; $275,750
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jamin & Margot Richey; $290,000 2329 Kenilworth Ave: Headrick Cara M & Michael to Wright Toby & Peyton; $214,000 2504 Lysle Ln: Disney Theresa A to O'connor Shannon M; $135,000 3755 Elsmere Ave: Sirmon David Arthur to Elsmere Investments LLC; $175,000 3931 Floral Ave: Ventura Peter D & Miranda to Kuhr David J & Lauren L; $382,000 3944 Avilla Pl: Sherk Scott N to Dawkins Alanna L; $107,500 4518 Forest Ave: Dicken Kathryn Leigh to Sebastian Gwedolyn L; $170,000 5234 Montgomery Rd: Ket Wood Homes LLC to C P Nutley Real Estate LLC; $37,000 5342 Hunter Ave: Linder Thomas A to Cole Alexandra E; $100,000
Oakley 3583 Harrow Ave: Le Matthew Ky & Ohs Alyssa Mathilde to Kolbe Melissa; $215,000 3869 Marburg Ave: Hendershot Jacob M & Dostal Kevin J to Justus Kyle; $288,000 4303 Thirty-third Ave: Perry Craig & Elana E to Rosenacker Justin D & Theresa R; $405,000
Pleasant Ridge 2368 Langdon Farm Rd: Molloy Brigid A & Jeff V Montieth to Shannon Ben &; $165,000 2372 Langdon Farm Rd: Molloy Brigid A & Jeff V Montieth to Shannon Ben &; $165,000
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Krauss-Maffei Corporation Seeks a “Field Service Engineer” . Employer is a leader in injection molding machinery, reaction process machinery and automation. Headquarters: Florence, KY. FSE may work from home, not necessarily close to the headquarters. BS in Electrical Engineering. FSE normally visits customers at various locations on short notice travel to meet real time needs throughout US and Canada. Employer will pay for all travel related expenses. Send resume via e-mail to email@example.com with “Field Service Engineer” in subject line. E.O.E. Mercy Health Physicians Cincinnati, LLC has 4 Cardiology Physician openings to provide preventative, diagnostic & medical services w/n cardiology specialty; Participate in: quality improvement & utilization review programs, in-service training, continuing education, & staff development programs; Assist in: setting operational policies/procedures, recruiting physicians, promotional activities, maintaining accreditations & licensing, & participating in periodic evals of staff; Participate in risk management activities, research, & teaching of medical students, residences & health professionals. Travel approx. 5 – 10% within the same MSA to related hospitals & practices. Schedule: M-F 8am-5pm; Call approx. 76 days/year. Requires: MD or DO (or foreign equiv.); ACGME accredited Internal Medicine (IM) residency program; Fellowship in cardiovascular diseases program & advanced cardiac imaging program; Board certified in IM; Board eligible in cardiology; Unrestricted Ohio Medical License & Unrestricted DEA registration. To apply, e-mail SXHoffman@mercy.com (no calls).
HARDWARE STORE MANAGER WANTED Bishops hardware in Bethel Ideal candidate will have both hardware and retail experience but will consider retail only experience. Old School work ethic a plus. Responsibilities include ordering, supervising 8-10 employees, and actively assisting customers. Benefits include vacation, holiday pay, retirement plan, and employee discount. Call 513-582-6912
Clifton-Upscale 6BR with 6 lofts. Newer home, 6 car garage, 0.2 mi from campus. accomodates up to 11 people. $6000/mo. 513-869-1248
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Anderson: 2 BR in quiet 3 Family. Lrg garage, heat & water pd. $825 + $825 dep. No pets, 1 yr lease. 513-283-4604 Cincinnati Family & Senior Low Income Apts. Section 8. 1-3BR. 513-929-2402 Equal Opportunity Housing Cincinnati Low Income, Section 8 Apartments. Affordable Housing, Rent Based on Income. 2-3BR. Call 513-929-2402. Ebcon Inc. Mgt. Equal Opportunity Housing
FAIRFIELD, OH - duplex, 2BR, 1BA,. 939 sq ft living space. Convenient yet secluded location. FP, 1 car gar, fully equip kit., W/D hkup, patio, newly remodeled kitch & bathroom. $975/mo, 1 yr lease. 513-829-3010 FT. THOMAS. 1 & 2 BDRM APTS & 1 BDRM TOWNHOMES 859-441-3158 Fully furnished & equipped studio apt, in very quiet 4 family home in East Milford. All utlities included. $675 a month. Perfect for a professional. 513-831-6921
a deal for you... General Auctions Trustee ordered AUCTION Sat. July 13 @ 12:01PM 423, 425 Hill St and 0 W. Voorhees Rd Reading, OH 45215 Property should have beautiful views of the Millcreek Valley area 11.35 total acres of vacant land will be offered in 3 parcels and bidder selected combinations! The tracts are heavily wooded and will be offered as follows Tract #1 - 425 Hill St consists of 6.102 acres on the north side of Hill St., PID# 6710009004900 Tract #2 - 0 W. Voorhees St. consists of 4.206 acres on south side of Hill St., PID# 6710009004400 Tract #3 - 423 Hill St consists of 1.043 acres with a dilapidated house, PID# 6710009005900 ATTENTION: For buyer convenience, auction will be conducted offsite via pictorial presentation, at the American Legion Hall, Post 69, 9000 Reading Rd., Reading, OH For pics, terms, and additional details please visit OhioRealEstateAuctions.com OHIO REAL ESTATE AUCTIONS LLC David P. Lewis, agent/auctioneer 513.200.9670
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Kenner/Hasbro With our 50+ years of combined experience, no one knows toys like we do. APPRAISALS. AUTHENTICATION. CASH PURCHASES. CONSIGNMENT. We have a long list of Kenner referrals. Let us help you get the most out of your rare items. We also pay cash finder’s fees for any referral that leads to a completed transaction. WE PAY TOP DOLLAR! Here are just a few examples of the prices we pay: Kenner business cards - up to $200 Original artwork - up to $75K or more Toy sculpts - up to $100K depending on the line Prototypes -up to $50K Toys in package - Star Wars, Super Powers, Batman, Jurassic Park etc. up to $25K Kenner employee items - up to $2K Paper items - up to $30K If it has the word Kenner on it, let’s talk! firstname.lastname@example.org (937)-361-8763
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BUYING-RECORD ALBUMS & CDs, METAL, JAZZ, BLUES, ROCK, RAP, INDIE, R&B & REGGAE. 513-683-6985 CASH FOR RECORDS Private collector buying 45’s & LP’s Up to $10 per record, small & large collections. Roger 513-575-2718 /513-6806633 I can come to you! $$$ PAID for LPs, CDs, CASSETTES -ROCK, BLUES, INDIE, METAL, JAZZ, ETC + VINTAGE STEREO EQUIP, DVDs & MEMORABILIA. 50 YRS COMBINED BUYING EXPERIENCE! WE CAN COME TO YOU! 513-591-0123 WANTED FREON: We pay CA$H. R12 R500 R11. Convenient. Certified professionals. 312-291-9169 RefrigerantFinders.com WANTED to Buy- Riding mower & zero turn mower, in need of repairs. Will pay up to $100 - 513-707-2399
WAR RELICS US, German, Japanese Uniforms, Helmets, Guns, Swords, Medals Etc, Paying Top Dollar Call 513-309-1347 Yard and Outdoor TREES - White Pine and Norway Spruce, 1 gal ($9); 3 gal ($15); 5 gal ($25) . (513)201-7593
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South Lebanon - Union Village Apts Rent subsidized 30% of monthly income One bedroom, Senior 62 & older. Onsite laundry, Secured building, Pet friendly, Service coordinator. Call for application 513-494-1055 or TTY 800-750-0750
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KENNER / HASBRO TOYS & HISTORICAL MEMORABILIA WANTED! SELL DIRECT TO LOCAL COLLECTORS! 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 up to $150,000 CASH for prototypes, packaging samples, displays, artwork, paperwork, and toys in all conditions. STAR WARS, M.A.S.K., Jurassic Park, GI Joe, Alien, Super Powers, The Real Ghostbusters, and most character lines. Let’s keep Kenner history here in Cincinnati! Call or text 513.500.4209
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BURLINGTON ANTIQUE SHOW Boone County Fairgrounds Burlington, KY Sunday, July 21 -----------8am-3pm $4.00/Adult Early Buying 6am-8am $6/Adult Rain or Shine 513-922-6847 burlingtonantiqueshow.com
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Tickets Cincinnati Bengals Tickets Section 109 - Seats 9-12 COA and Parking Pass Call Beth at 513-604-2715
BUYING 35mm Photo Slides primarily railroad & transportation related 1940’s - 1970’s *Comic Books 1940’s - present* 1920’s -1950’s Dectective & Pin-up Pulp Magazines 513-325-4913
Buying ALL Sports Cards Pre 1970. Please Contact Shane Shoemaker @ 513-477-0553
Golden Retriever pup, AKC , F, 4 months, All shots. Very playful. $800 Loveland 513583-1288 Mini Australian Labradoodle Puppies - BEAUTIFUL! Multigenerational - Chocolate & Cream - CKC Registered DOB: 6/20/19 - Asking $1,500 Males & $1,600 Females CHECKS ONLY! Text only - 513-673-6414 (deposits accepted)
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Alexandria KY Estate Sale 44 Sunset Dr. Alexandria KY 7/13 & 7/14 Sat-10-5 #’s @ 9:45 Sun-1-5 Contents of wonderful old estate dating back to the 1800s. We have marble top pieces of furniture, cherry drop leaf tables, corner cupboards, large hutch, corner shelf, double door knock down wardrobe, knock down wardrobe converted to a gun cabinet, antique desks, rockers, recliner, couch, lift chair, display cabinets, buggy seat coffee table, hutch, misc. chairs & tables, round oak table, cedar chest, sleigh bed, glass front bookcase, empire chest of drawers, 1840’s empire loveseat, grandfather clock, Weller, signed Rookwood & Roseville pottery, Sterling, advertising pieces, tobacco cutter, clocks, linens, featherweight sewing machine, crocs, quilts, books, marbles, costume jewelry, old bottles, glassware, DVDs, kitchen items, riding mower with cart, signed prints, old hats, vtg horses & doll house, too much to list all priced to sell! Info & pics – HSESTATESALES.com or 859-468-9468. Dir- US 27 - Sunset Dr
Cincinnati Estate Sale by CT of Tri-County. Fri. July 12 9am-12 Noon & Sat. July 13, 9am-2pm 11572 Norbourne Dr. 45240 Washer & Dryer, Refrigerator & Freezers, Yard Tools, Garage Tools, Lawn Mower & Snow Blower, Dressers, Kitchen Items, Home Decor & Collectibles, Patio Furniture & Items, Fountains, & More!
Sycamore Township OH Estate Sale 8476 Deerway Dr Cincinnati OH 7/14 SUNDAY ONLY 9-2 #’s @ 8:45 Contents of home, basement & garage. Old spinning wheel, rocking chairs, dining room table, hutch, Baldwin organ, coffee & end tables, cedar chest, vtg porcelain top table, couch, paintings, vtg metal hamper, vintage hats & purses, foreign dolls, perfume collection, china records, sewing boxes, old patterns & material, singer sewing machine, old fan, lamps, movie projector, electronics, old typewriter, linens, old bike, ladder, some tools, patio glider, records, old stereo viewer, China, glassware. Too much to list – all priced to sell! Info & pics - HSESTATESALES.com or 859-992-0212. Dir - Kenwood Road – Kugler Mill Road – Deerway Drive.
Larrison Estate Sales, LLC 8018 Witts Mill Ln. Cincinnati, Oh 45255 One Day Sale ONLY — Friday, July 12 — 10:00-3:00 (Line numbers given out at 9:30 for 10:00 entrance) Furniture ~ Textiles ~ Original Artwork Traditional property with Extremely clean treasures! Furniture; Pr. Swivel Arm Chairs w/ accent rd table, Accent Bombay Style Chest w/drawers, 4pc Fireplace set, Queen Ann accent table w/ pull outs for candlesticks, Mirrors, Ethan Allen Dining Room Table, double pedestal w/ extensions -custom pads & 6 Chairs, Oriental Rugs, Kitchen Table, Tv Stand, Outdoor Patio Furniture, (2) Accent Chairs, Rugs, Howard Miller Grandfather Clock, Leather Swivel Chair, Pine End Table, Wooden Mirror, (3) Loveseats, Butlers Tray Coffee Table, End Tables, Pr. MCM Style Danish Chairs w/ottomans, Vtg Metal Cabinets, Chest, Oak Dresser Artwork; Man w/ Clock Original Painting by Eurpeon Artist;Ligau, Dolli Tingle Church Print, Golf Prints, (2) Maureen Love Print, Still Life Floral Oil, Lee LeBlanc Print, R. Cole Chalk Sketch, Douglas Earpenter Print, James Killen Print, David Hagenbaumer Print, Terrell Dickley Print, Jerry Tuthill Oil Misc; Taxidermy Duck, Magnavox Complete Sound System, Royal Doulton China, Mink, Lamps, Kitchenwares, Clocks , Decorative Screen & more! Additional Photos can be seen at www.LarrisonEstateSales.com Look for the YELLOW signs! PLEASE be respectful of the neighbor’s yards, additional parking at the Private Clubhouse!
WANTED ARTISTS & CRAFTERS Sharonville Kiwanis Arts & Craft Show. Sharonville Community Center. Sun Sept 29. 513-563-1738 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
AMELIA: 1479 Locust Lake Rd, Fri: 9-3pm, Sat: 9-3pm, SVDP: large annual indoor A/C yard sale. All items household, tools, furniture etc. Clothing sold by the bag. Proceeds assist families in the Amelia area.
Batavia: Emmanuel United Methodist Church’s Annual Indoor Yard Sale! 4312 Amelia Olive Branch Rd. Thurs. 11& Fri.12, 9a-5p Sat., June 13, 8a-2p Call Lynn: 513-518-8367
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Eastgate Estate and Multi Family Street Sale Sat. & Sun. July 13 & 14; 9-5 Household items, tools, furniture, records, pictures, clothing, lots of misc. Priced to Sell! 4292 Milaine Dr. 45245 Dir: Clough Pike to Jarole to Milaine Dr. Near Clough Elementary School
GARAGE SALE 2205 Berrywood Dr. 45244 FRI & SAT JULY 1 & 13, 8-3
GLENDALE COMMUNITY LIBRARY YARD SALE 7/13, 8am-2pm, 205 E Sharon Rd (at the corner of Willow Ave) household goods, furniture, toys, tools, building materials, antiques, books & tons more. All Sales benefit the Library Always interesting bargains... Come and See! (In the Scout House & Yard)
MOVING SALE! Saturday, 7/13 - 8:30a-3:30p Sunday, 7/14 - 9:30a-3:30p 1756 William Howard Taft Road Antique stemware, cobalt blue stemware, collectibles, depression glass, dishes, accessories, antique tables, lamps, tables, water bed, computer desk, bookshelves, books, teacher items THERE WILL BE A $1 TABLE & A $2 TABLE ... ETC.!
New Richmond, FLEA & VINTAGE MARKET, 1400 Brandie Lane, Sat: July 13 8-3, Find some dust, must and rust! Some vintage (and new), rustic, french, upcycled, cottage and farmhouse style items. INSIDE barn (rain or shine). @ Facebook The Giddy Up Flea and Vintage Market for pics., Dir: 132/Mt Pisgah/ Wilson-Dunham
Pure Gospel Ministry Church of God and Christ having a YARD SALE JULY 13: 8:00AM - 4:00PM 5818 MADISON RD. & WHETSEL AVE. CINCINNATI OH 45227 All items sold AS IS. For more information, contact Sister Veronica Pitts, 513-687-6224
Yard Sale, 1600 W. Loveland Ave., Loveland 45140 (Corner of Lebanon & West Loveland) Sat., 7/13 9a-4p. Tools, kitchen, stemware, gas dryer, frig, jewelry, records, collectibles and much more!
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PUBLIC NOTICE In accordance with the provisions of State law, there being due and unpaid charges for which the undersigned is entitled to satisfy an owner and/or manager’s lien of the goods hereinafter described and stored at the Life Storage location(s) listed below. And, due notice having been given, to the owner of said property and all parties known to claim an interest therein, and the time specified in such notice for payment of such having expired, the goods will be sold at public auction at the below stated location(s) to the highest bidder or otherwise disposed of on Monday, July 29, 2019 @ 10:00 AM 2950 Robertson Avenue Cincinnati, Ohio 45209 (513)6310290
FORTRESS CASTLE, LLC. SELF STORAGE 697 STATE ROUTE 28 MILFORD, OH 45150 (513) 831-9150
FORTRESS CASTLE, LLC. Self-Storage 1233 Castle Drive Mason, OH 45040 (513) 398-1515
GARY BASSETT, LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 831 DOUGLAS AVE TERRACE PARK, OH BIN 39. TONY KELLERMAN, LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 6300 MELODY LN #10 MILFORD.OH BIN 44. TED MAUPIN, LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 6292 ROLLAWAY DR. LOVELAND, OH BIN 86,87. ORENE VIRES, LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 5982 CAMBRIDGE AVE CINTI, OH BIN 227. ASHLEY RUST, LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 707 ST. RT. 28 LOT 305 MILFORD, OH BIN 275. SUSAN MATHEWS, LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 5948 COURTNEY PL. MILFORD, OH BIN 315. BRITTNEY DENNY, LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 6986 CARLISLE LN. HILLSBORO, OH BIN 317. AMANDA MILLER, LAST KNOWN ADDRESS: 3731 MERWIN TEN MILE RD CINTI, OH BIN 334,335.
BUDDY STANLEY, LAST KNOWN ADDRESS 7366 BUTLER WARREN RD, MASON, OH BIN C11 & H10. BEN ROBERTSON, LAST KNOWN ADDRESS 7895 WESTCHESTER RD, CINCINNATI, OH BIN C19. DOMINIC M PANGALLO, LAST KNOWN ADDRESS 1080 BROOKCREST DR, MASON, OH BIN C35. CARRIE M BUNTAIN, LAST KNOWN ADDRESS 6690 LAKESIDE DR #2, WEST CHESTER, OH BIN E49. LUIGE MILLER, LAST KNOWN ADDRESS 6608 ROSEMONT LN, MASON, OH BIN P13/18. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT YOUR PERSONAL PROPERTY NOW IN STORAGE AT FORTRESS CASTLE STORAGE IN MASON, OHIO MAY BE OBTAINED BY YOU FOR THE BALANCE DUE PLUS ALL OTHER EXPENSES WITHIN 15 DAYS OF THIS NOTICE OR THE PROPERTY WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC SALE. THE LAST DAY TO OBTAIN YOUR PROPERTY IS JULY 18, 2019 BY 8:30 AM (EST). AUCTION TO BE HELD AT 9:00 AM (EST); THURSDAY, JULY 18, 2019, AT 1233 CASTLE DRIVE, MASON, OH. LH,Jul3,10,’19#3649890
John Macejko. 1817 Mills Ave. Norwood, Ohio 45212 Hsld gds/Furn. TV/Stereo Equip. Tools/Applnces Victoria Alexander. 2610 Park Ave. ste 221. Cincinnati, Ohio 45206 Hsld gds/Furn. Josh Bridges. 3458 Brotherton Road. Cincinnati, Ohio 45209 Hsld gds/Furn. TV/Stereo Equip. Tools/Applnces. Off Furn/Mach/Equip. Lndscpng/ Cnstrctn equip. Boxes. Andrea Carter. 4543 Bristol Lane. Cincinnati, Ohio 45229 Hsld gds/Furn. . Tools/Applnces EHJ,July10,17,’19# 3634843
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Schnauzers Mini - AKC Shots, wormed, black/silver, Salt & pepper 10 weeks, males only$375 - Call 937-205-2305
Shih Tzu/Yorkie Puppies Black w/ Tan, Black & white, M/F, Shots/wormed, AKC, Microchipped - $450-$750 Call 937-515-0265
Siamese Kittens: purebred, not registered, vet checked, 1st shots, $150 each. Cash only. 937-584-4497
Standard Poodle, 9wks old, ready to go to good home 2M 2F $575 Contact 513-8289996 for more details
Yellow Lab Pups P.O.P Females, shots & wormed! ûû Story Kennels ûû 513-293-6660 or 513-941-5935
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT YOUR PERSONAL PROPERTY NOW IN STORAGE AT FORTRESS CASTLE STORAGE IN MILFORD, OHIO MAY BE OBTAINED BY YOU FOR THE BALANCE DUE PLUS ALL OTHER EXPENSES WITHIN 15 DAYS OF THIS NOTICE OR THE PROPERTY WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC SALE. THE LAST DAY TO OBTAIN YOUR PROPERTY IS JULY 18, 2019 BY 8:30 AM (EST). AUCTION TO BE HELD AT 9:00 AM(EST); THURSDAY, JULY 18, 2019 AT 697 STATE ROUTE 28, MILFORD, OH. LH,Jul3,10,’19#3649830
Yorkie Pups, girls baby doll faces, scrumptious, irresistible, home raised, low riders, parents are reg. $800 runt will be 3lbs for $950. Only to Good Homes, No texting 513-254-6609
Rides best deal for you... ’69 to ’75 Chevy 454 short block, ’69 Camaro 302 DZ small block, small block & big block intake manifold, new & used. 513-364-7016
Buying All Vehicles Not Just Junk up $3000 Fair cash price, quick pickup. 513-662-4955
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FORTRESS MAINEVILLE, LLC. SELF STORAGE 8191 S. STATE ROUTE 48 MAINEVILLE, OH 45039 (513) 683-6250 NICOLE A IRWIN, LAST KNOWN ADDRESS 7939 MULBERRY ST MAINEVILLE, OHIO BIN D449. ROBERT A WARD, LAST KNOWN ADDRESS 7921 HIGHBROOKS DR MAINEVILLE, OHIO BIN F602. YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED THAT YOUR PERSONAL PROPERTY NOW IN STORAGE AT FORTRESS MAINEVILLE STORAGE IN MAINEVILLE, OHIO MAY BE OBTAINED BY YOU FOR THE BALANCE DUE PLUS ALL OTHER EXPENSES WITHIN 15 DAYS OF THIS NOTICE OR THE PROPERTY WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC SALE. THE LAST DAY TO OBTAIN YOUR PROPERTY IS THURSDAY, JULY 18TH, 2019 BY 8:30 AM (EST). AUCTION TO BE HELD AT 9:00 AM(EST); THURSDAY, JULY 18TH, 2019 AT 8191 S. STATE ROUTE 48, MAINEVILLE, OH. LH,Jul3,10,’19#3649789 THE VILLAGE OF INDIAN HILL HAMILTON COUNTY, OHIO LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS FOR 2019 SALT DOME ROOF PROJECT Sealed Bids will be received by Ms. Dina C. Minneci, City Manager of The Village of Indian Hill, at 6525 Drake Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45243 until 11:00 a.m. Eastern Standard Time (Daylight Savings Time) Wednesday, July 17 for the 2019 SALT DOME ROOF PROJECT. Detailed Specifications and Contract Documents are available at the Office of the City Manager, 6525 Drake Road or via email by contacting David Yeager at dyeager @ihill.org. Bid Proposals must be submitted on the printed forms contained in the Specifications and Contract Documents. All other conditions described in the Bid Documents shall also be met. Each Bid Proposal shall be accompanied by a Bid Guaranty (10% of the Bid Amount) and Contract Bond (100% of the Bid Amount) in accordance with Section 153.571 of the Ohio Revised Code. The Village of Indian Hill reserves the right to reject any or all Bids in accordance with the Contract Documents. IHJ,July3,10’19# 3655384
We buy junk cars and trucks - CASH on the spot û†û 513-720-7982 û†û
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