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Hamilton County Commissioner Chris Monzel

Commissioner Chris Monzel Explores Hamilton County's 2014 Budget Join Commissioner Monzel at the October 8th session of EmpowerU. Commissioner Monzel will present details on Hamilton County’s proposed 2014 general fund budget. He will share the current challenges the County faces and discuss the upcoming priorities for the Board. Located at the Evendale Recreation Center, 10500 Reading Road, Evendale, Ohio 45241, please plan to attend Tuesday, October 8, 2013, 7pm-8:30pm. Registration is required. For more information:

Hamilton County Updates 2014 Budget Public Hearing Schedule 10/15, 6:30pm Green Township 6303 Harrison Ave 10/23,11:30am BOCC 138 E. Court, Room 603 10/24, 6:30pm City of Montgomery 10101 Montgomery Rd. electronicPublicHearing.asp

Boards & Commissions Applications Commissioners have the responsibility to appoint members to several boards and commissions providing oversight to many important organizations and initiatives in Hamilton County. Interested in serving in this capacity? Click on the link the link below for updates of vacancies on various boards and commissions. boards_commissions/ boardsVacancies.asp

October 2013

May We Never Forget On Wednesday, September 11, 2013 Commissioner Monzel attended the dedication ceremony of the Green Township 9-11 Memorial. Pictured is a 12 ft., 2 ton portion of a steel beam from one of the towers of the World Trade Center and is located in front of the Green Twp. Administration Building

7th Annual “Power is Teal” Walk The Ovarian Cancer Alliance of Greater Cincinnati is a non-profit organization whose mission is to create awareness about the signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer. On Wednesday, September 11th, Commissioner Monzel presented a proclamation in support of the 7th annual “Power is Teal” walk/run awareness campaign held September 21st. For more information go to:

Election Day is November 5th! On Election Day, polls are open from 6:30am to 7:30pm Questions? 513-632-7000 or for more information go to: 11.05.13

“Welcome to Historic Addyston. Located approximately 10 miles west of downtown Cincinnati on the Ohio River. Addyston is a friendly community of about 1,000 residents, founded in 1891 by Matthew Addy. Addyston Village Council first met on Wednesday, September 2nd, 1891. The first meeting of council dealt with organization laws that had to be passed in order for Addyston to become a legal village and control the growing population. Immediate needs were a school, churches, and places of business. The Burr Oak School was built in 1875 to provide for surrounding farm children and Addyston children.” Excerpt taken from website historic_addyston.html

Contact Commissioner Monzel 513.946.4409 138 E. Court St., Rm. 603

Cincinnati, OH 45202

Pictured above are: Commissioners Monzel, Hartmann and Portune, along with Pat West, Martha Farr, Susan Heitbrink and Karen Kruse, cancer survivors and volunteers with the Ovarian Cancer Alliance of Greater Cincinnati

Hamilton County Happenings Fall Back One Hour The days are becoming shorter and there’s a distinct crispness in the air. Nothing says fall like the end of daylight savings time! Remember to set your clocks back one hour Sunday, November 3rd at 2am (or before you go to bed Saturday night). This is also a good time to change the batteries in your smoke detectors!

Trick-or-Treat! It’s that time of year again! For a complete list of trick -or-treat times throughout Hamilton County, click on the link below: http:// local-trick-or-treat-times

October is “National Popcorn Poppin” Month! Go to for fun facts about our favorite snack!

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