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					An informative newsletter for the residents of Crestview Hills

CRESTVIEW HILLS DAY AT SUMMIT HILLS ave you ever wondered about the different activities that are offered at Summit Hills country club? Have you wanted to play the golf course there? Now you can! You can also get your group together for an afternoon of cards. Summit Hills Country Club is working with the Recreation Committee at this time, so mark Tuesday, August 9 on your calendar and plan to play in the 2005 Crestview Hills day at Summit Hills. The format will be similar to last year, with a buffet style dinner served afterward, consisting of steak burgers, chicken breasts, hot dogs, potato salad, sole slaw, watermelon, and cake. Look to this newsletter on page 3 for the registration mail in form. Please remember to send payment with the form as you are not officially registered until payment is received. CR

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RENFRO VALLEY TRIP

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Crestview Hills Day at Summit Hills.............. 1 Renfro Valley Trip............................................ 1 Mayor’s Message .............................................. 2 Picnic/Golf outing sign up form ....................... 3 Information/instructions.................................. 4 Public Works/Troops/RedsGame/TransCare…5

Another Renfro trip has been planned, this time to hear the down home comedy of the timeless Carl Hurley. A favorite of Crestview Hills residents, he delights audiences with his reflections on life as viewed by the native of Appalachia with a singular sense of the absurd. Part of a family of natural-born storytellers from the hills of Laurel County, Kentucky, Hurley combines his innate skills as a yarnspinner with the expressiveness of a great comic actor. With an impish giggle on his lips and a benign twinkle in his eye, Carl spreads an infectious form of fun that is often outrageous yet always good-natured and clean. We will also be having the wonderful Renfro Valley dinner, with southern fried chicken, ham, mashed potatoes, corn, green beans, corn bread, etc. The bus will leave the City Building north lot at 2PM on Friday November 4, arriving at Renfro between 4:25 and 4:30PM. Concert tickets will be retrieved upon arrival at Renfro Valley and distributed during dinner. Price for this trip is $35 and there are 40 spots available. Reservations will be made upon payment of ticket only. Get your group together today. Spots will go fast!

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Residents of Crestview Hills: During the coming months, the City of Crestview Hills’ Recreation Committee has a few activities planned. In addition to our last Cincinnati Reds game on July 16, and a day trip to Renfro Valley to see Carl Hurley on Friday, November 4, we are excited to host our fourth annual Crestview Hills City Picnic and Golf Outing, which will be held at Summit Hills Country Club, on Tuesday August 9th. We had a great turnout last year and hope to have even more residents and businesses participate this year. Beginning July 1, advanced life support services will be handled a little differently. The City will still pay the subscription to Trans Care so there will be uninterrupted service to our residents and businesses. However, Trans Care will bill and collect payment from each patient’s primary and secondary insurers. Then patients will be billed in 2 consecutive billing cycles subsequent to receiving insurance payments for any balance. Please do not panic upon receiving these billings but contact the City for further instructions. Trans Care has been forced to change it’s operations so it can continue to serve Northern Kentucky. As stated in the last newsletter, the City has hired CDS Associates, Inc. to design the new Crestview Hills City/Police Building located next to our current building. As we looked to provide space for the Lakeside Park-Crestview Hills Police Authority and providing space for the City, it was determined that the best plan was to build a new building. These plans are going forward and we hope to break ground by the end of August. The City has saved for this for many years and our police are looking forward to their new space. The new Town Center continues to move along and will have a mix of retail and dining opportunities. Management has stated that the drive around buildings adjacent to I-275, should be open in mid July. Many of our businesses and residents can use it to get freely to TGI Fridays, Applebees, Carrabbas, Panera Bread, or Max and Erma’s. The Crestview Hills Town Center is expected to be open October 27th. Visit www.shopcrestviewhillstowncenter.com for more information. I hope that all have a safe and fun summer season. Enjoy your vacation and join us for some, or all, of the recreation programs or special activities that the City is offering.

Thank you.

Paul W. Meier, Mayor

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Crestview Hills Picnic/Golf Outing Sign up
Cost is $50 per person for golf. Dinner is $10 per adult, $5 child ages 4-11. Swimming $2 per person. Names 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Dinner Golf Cards Swimming Amt Due

Total Amount Due $________________
Please make check payable to City of Crestview Hills. No Credit Cards. You are not officially registered until payment is received; no advance reservations without payment. Daytime telephone number of group___________________________. See other side for further instructions.

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Please list each person in your group separately and mark an X in the appropriate column of the activity in which they which they wish to participate. The cost for golf is $50 per person, dinner is $10 per adult, $5 per child ages 4 -11, swimming $2 per person.

Total amount due at the bottom of the page and make sure to provide a phone number for the person who agrees to be the contact for your group. Dinner begins at 6:15 PM. Swimming begins at 3 PM. Card playing commences at 3 PM and ends near 6 PM. Registration for golf starts at 11:30 AM with shotgun start at 12:30 PM.

All activities are held at Summit Hills Country Club on Dudley Rd. Summit Hills has a dress code which includes: no cut-offs, no T-shirts, no blue jeans on the golf course. In the pool, children not potty trained must wear little swimmers diapers.

Registration ENDS at 9AM on Wednesday August 03. We will do our best to accommodate you after that date, if possible. Remember, payment must be received for all persons in your group for all activities or your reservation will not be honored.

MAIL

THIS INSERT WITH PAYMENT INCLUDED TO:

CITY OF CRESTVIEW HILLS 50 CVH MALL ROAD CRESTVIEW HILLS, KY 41017 ATTN: GOLF CMTE. PLEASE
MAKE CHECKS PAYTABLE TO

CITY

OF

CRESTVIEW HILLS. NO

CREDIT CARDS

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PUBLIC WORKS NEWS
The City is presently working on many Public Works projects. Centre View Blvd. has recently been repaved from Thomas More Parkway to Chancellor Drive. Also, many catch basins have been repaired in the Lookout Farm and College Park areas. Future summer projects include the repaving of Parkway Drive, gutter and curb repair on Campus and University Drives, and the replacement of six concrete slabs on Man-O-War Drive. With the scheduled opening of the Crestview Hills Town Center on October 27th, the City’s Public Works Committee is trying to be proactive in addressing issues that may cause traffic problems. We have just completed extending the stacking lane from the exit ramp on Turkeyfoot Road to Mall Road. We are also looking at remedies to alleviate traffic problems on Dixie Highway from the I-275 exit ramps to both Town Center entrances. The City is also working with the State Transportation Department, the Kenton County School Board, and Sanitation District #1 to alleviate a drainage problem on Summit Drive, from Caywood School to Dixie Highway. It is our hope that these and other projects can be completed during this construction season.

IN SUPPORT OF OUR TROOPS
We would like to take this opportunity to thank the many residents, city representatives, schools, and civic organizations who have contributed, in one way or another, to sending “care” packages to our adopted troop, Alpha Company, 1st Platoon of the 82nd Airborne Division, from Ft. Bragg, N.C. Thus far, we have mailed 80 boxes of goods to Iraq. The City has committed to the collecting, packing, and paying the cost of mailing the packages. If we receive monetary donations, all of that money is used to buy goods, such as telephone calling cards and “fun food” (chips, beef jerky, candy, etc.) Our adopted troop was deployed in December, 2004, and probably won’t return until December, 2005, or January, 2006. Please keep your donations, cards and letters, and goods coming. We have been told that if they receive extra items, they share them with other troops. Again, thank to all who have participated and to those who will participate in the future. Call the City Building at 341-7373 with any questions or comments. ___________________________________________ TRANS CARE SERVICES

______________________________________ LAST REDS PARTY DECK
Colorado Rockies—Saturday, July 16 @ 7:05 P.M.—Cost: $30.00 Just 19 tickets left. Each ticket includes food, drink, the bus ride to and from the game, and admission to the Great American Ball Park. Best deal on Reds games anywhere! The bus will arrive at 6:15 PM and leave Mall Road at 6:30 PM. Please be prompt. Beginning July 1, advanced life support services will be handled a little differently. There are no subscriptions to the service, as in the past. Trans Care will bill and collect payment from each patient’s primary and secondary insurers. Patients will be billed in 2 consecutive billing cycles subsequent to receiving these billings. Trans Care has been forced to change it’s operations so it can continue to serve Northern Kentucky. The City still pays its subscription to Trans Care so there will be uninterrupted service to our residents.

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BULK RATE PRESORTED U.S. POSTAGE STANDARD PAID US POSTAGE PAID COVINGTON, KY COVINGTON, KY PERMIT NO. 225 PERMIT NO. 225

Recreation 2005 edition
INFORMATION ON: GOLF OUTING,REDS TICKETS, RENFRO VALLEY TRIP FOR CARL HURLEY AND MORE! LOOK INSIDE! SAVE THESE DATES! NEW TRANSCARE SERVICE...PLEASE NOTE!

For Emergencies only:

CITY OFFICIALS Mayor City Council Paul W. Meier David Kramer Ralph Laird Joe Maloney David Meier, II Thomas Moser Frank Sommerkamp, Jr. Dan Groth C.R. Wirthlin Judy Rae Cox Jim Berling Brian Simms - NKAPC Walter Blair Jeff Mando Joan Connelly Mary Louise Haglage Jim Connelly

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NON EMERGENCY NUMBERS Police Dispatch 356-3191 Police Administration 331-5368 Fire 331-1267 Ambulance 331-5553 Sanitation Dist 578-7450 (for sewer odors & problems) OTHER NUMBERS City Building 341-7373 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM Dog Warden 356-3191 Bavarian Garbage 485-4416 City Website: www.crestviewhills.com Mayor email: mayor@crestviewhills.com Council: council@crestviewhills.com City Administrator email: Dgroth@crestviewhills.com Clerk/Treasurer email: crwi@crestviewhills.com
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City Administrator City Clerk/Treasurer Administrative Asst. City Engineer Building Inspector Zoning Consultant Attorney Auxiliary Staff Public Works

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