Hamilton County Engineer
223 West Galbraith Road
Cincinnati, Ohio 45215
February 21, 2017
PIPPIN ROAD CLOSURE
(PHASE 2 OF 4 CLOSURES)
(Between Adams Road to Berthbrook Drive)
IN COLERAIN TOWNSHIP
Theodore B. Hubbard, the Hamilton County Engineer, would like to announce the closing of Pippin Road, located between Adams Road and Berthbrook Drive in Colerain Township.
Rack and Balluer will be installing a storm sewer beginning Monday, February 27, 2017 thru April 28, 2017 (weather permitting).
Rack and Ballauer’s detour will be routed from -Adams Road to Hamilton Avenue to Springdale Road to Pippin Road and vice versa.
Any problems/questions should be directed to either Tyler Holden with Rack and Ballauer at: 513-738-7000 ext. 20 or to Scott Smith with the Hamilton County Engineer at: 513-946-8900.
For information on other projects, please visit our web site at:
Theodore B. Hubbard, P.E.-P.S.
Hamilton County Engineer
The Committee's goal is to return a small, family oriented 4th of July Spectacular event that is dedicated to our residents and that truly represents our fine community. We are a large community with a small town feel and they want to bring back an event that honors that! Back-to-basics, hometown Americana, family-oriented (no alcohol), old fashioned event that celebrates our Country and this great place we call home!
Colerain Township is the second largest Township in the state Ohio. The Summer Events Committee last held fireworks in 2012. They could not be more excited to bring back what they do best – FIREWORKS! This spectacular show will light up the night sky on July 1st for 30-40 minutes and will be choreographed to a patriotic soundtrack. And the best part, our volunteers put on the entire show in house so expenses are low! The event will take place on Saturday, July 1, 2017, the Saturday before July 4th, and will feature free local entertainment, food from area food trucks, free shuttle service, and they are keeping it centered on the family by making it alcohol-free! The Township is proud to partner with the Colerain Summer Events Committee, Inc. to bring back this much loved community event!
Please see the agenda link below for details.
Dear Colerain Township Cerkl Subscribers,
Thank you so much for signing up for Cerkl and helping us spread word about our Township’s new online newsletter! We hit 500 subscribers as of this morning! Cerkl not only allows each Township department the opportunity to publish news for our residents and followers, but it has also helped us integrate all of our department’s social media into one central location allowing each of you to stay up to date and informed on all of the happenings in Colerain Township. Community engagement in this new platform has been incredibly high, and we hope you are enjoying this newsletter as much as we are!
Approximately three weeks ago, I prepared a letter to our community regarding the InTown Suites, located at 7451 Colerain Avenue. While the original letter provided response and arrest statistics from our Police and Fire/EMS departments, I also requested input from our community and asked that anyone with a story or experience, please send them to me.
This letter is to update everyone and inform you that Colerain Township was contacted by the InTown Suites ownership group and they agreed to come to Colerain and meet about the problems identified in the letter. We are hopeful that the Motel ownership will be willing to commit for the long term improvement of the property and the elimination of the problems associated with the Motel.
Thank you to everyone who sent me their experiences with the InTown Suites Motel. While it saddened to learn of our community’s experiences with the Motel, and/or their tenants, I wasn’t surprised. The experiences that were shared with me, only confirmed the reason for notifying the owners and seeking their involvement in solving the problems associated with the Motel.
Daniel P. Meloy, CLEE
Administrator, Colerain Township, OH
Toyota and Cincinnati Children's Hospital helped to make this event possible.