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									                                  The City Bulletin
                                                           Official Publication of the City of Cincinnati

Vol. LXXXV                                                                   October 4, 2011                                                           No. 40


                            Proceedings / Minutes of City Council
                                                                         Section 1. That the transfer and        shall be completed in compliance with
THERE ARE NO MINUTES                                           appropriation of the sum of $200,000.00 from      Leadership in Energy and Environmental
     THIS WEEK.                                                the unappropriated surplus of Downtown/           Design Certified, Silver, Gold or Platinum
                                                               Over-the-Rhine East Equivalent Fund 483           standards (as defined by the U.S. Green
                  --------------------                         to the existing capital improvement program       Building Council) and at a total construction
                                                               project account no. 980x232x10354,                cost of $1,964,036.00.
                                                               “Casino Area Infrastructure,” is hereby
                                                               authorized for the purpose of providing                     WHEREAS, to encourage the
     Ordinances &                                              the resources to support the design and
                                                               construction of infrastructure improvements
                                                                                                                 development of real property and the
                                                                                                                 acquisition of personal property, the Council

      Resolutions                                              within the casino area.                           of the City of Cincinnati by Ordinance
                                                                                                                 No. 119-2007 designated the area within
                                                                          Section 2. That the proper City        the corporate boundaries of the City of
                                                               officials are authorized to use and expend the    Cincinnati as a “Community Reinvestment
             EMERGENCY                                         sum of $200,000.00 according to the terms         Area” pursuant to Ohio Revised Code
        ORDINANCE NO. 292-2011                                 of Section 1.                                     Sections 3735.65 through 3735.70 (the
                                                                                                                 “Statute”); and
AUTHORIZING             the   transfer    and                            Section 3. That this ordinance
appropriation of $200,000.00 from the                          shall be an emergency measure necessary for                 WHEREAS, to encourage the
unappropriated surplus of Downtown/                            the preservation of the public peace, health,     development of real property in a more
Over-the-Rhine East Equivalent Fund 483                        safety and general welfare and shall, subject     environmentally-friendly      manner,      the
to the existing capital improvement program                    to the terms of Article II, Section 6 of the      Council of the City of Cincinnati by
project account no. 980x232x10354,                             Charter, be effective immediately. The reason     Ordinance Nos. 182-2007 and 446-
“Casino Area Infrastructure,” for the purpose                  for the emergency is the immediate need to        2007 established the nature and length of
of providing the resources to support the                      design the infrastructure improvements.           exemption from real property taxation for
design and construction of infrastructure                                                                        newly constructed or remodeled commercial
improvements within the casino area.                           Passed: September 21, 2011                        and residential structures if the property is
                                                               Mayor Mark Mallory                                constructed or remodeled to Leadership in
         WHEREAS, the City Administration                      Attest: Melissa Autry                             Energy and Environmental Design Certified,
has identified potential infrastructure                                                                          Silver, Gold or Platinum standards (as defined
improvements in the neighborhoods                                            --------------------                by the U.S. Green Building Council), all
surrounding the Casino site as well as along                                                                     pursuant to the Statute; and
primary corridors connecting the Casino to                                EMERGENCY
other urban destinations; now, therefore,                            ORDINANCE NO. 293-2011                                WHEREAS, effective January
                                                                                                                 11, 2008, the Director of Development of
          BE IT ORDAINED by the Council                        APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING                         the State of Ohio determined that the area
of the City of Cincinnati, State of Ohio:                      the City Manager to execute a Community           within the corporate boundaries of the City
                                                               Reinvestment       Area Tax         Exemption     of Cincinnati contains the characteristics set
                                                               Agreement with North Rhine Heights                forth in the Statute and confirmed such area
                                                               Limited Partnership, an Ohio limited              as a Community Reinvestment Area under
                  Contents                                     partnership, thereby authorizing a twelve-        the Statute; and
                                                               year tax exemption for improvements made
Minutes and Proceedings........................... 1           to real property located at 1636 Main Street,               WHEREAS, North Rhine Heights
Ordinances and Resolutions ...................... 1            41-43 East McMicken Avenue and 143-145            Limited Partnership, an Ohio limited
Legal Notices ........................................... 10   East McMicken Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio            partnership (the “Company”), desires to
Liquor Permit Applications ..................... 10            45202 in connection with the remodeling of        complete the remodeling of residential space
Meeting Notices ...................................... 25      residential space in existing buildings located   in existing buildings (the “Improvements”)
CitiCable Air Schedule ....................... 29-30           on such real property, which remodeling           on real property located within the corporate
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     The City Bulletin                           allocation of municipal income taxes in
                                                 connection with such projects; and
                                                                                                             of the City School District of the
                                                                                                             City of Cincinnati, in accordance
                                                                                                             with Ohio Revised Code Section
                                                           WHEREAS, pursuant to the Board                    3735.672; and
                                                 of Education Agreement, the Company has
                                                 entered into (or will enter into) an agreement              (iii) to take all necessary and
                                                 with the Board of Education requiring the                   proper actions to fulfill the City’s
                                                 Company to pay the Board of Education                       obligations under the Agreement.
          Official Publication of the
                                                 amounts equal to twenty-five (25%) percent
              City of Cincinnati
                                                 of the exempt real property taxes; and                       Section 3. That this ordinance shall
                                                                                                   be an emergency measure necessary for the
Council of Cincinnati, Ohio under the
                                                           WHEREAS, the Improvements do            preservation of the public peace, health, safety
authority of the City Manager and by
ordinance of the City Council. Contains
                                                 not involve relocation of part or all of the      and general welfare and shall, subject to the
proceedings of Council, and the city Boards      Company’s operations from another county          terms of Article II, Section 6 of the Charter,
and Commission; Ordinances, Resolutions,         or municipal corporation in Ohio; now,            be effective immediately. The reason for the
Notices and Advertisements for bids.             therefore,                                        emergency is to allow the remodeling described
   Total Circulation: 60                                                                           in this ordinance and the corresponding
                                                           BE IT ORDAINED by the Council           revitalization of the City of Cincinnati to begin
    Subscriptions by mail, $75.00 First Class,   of the City of Cincinnati, State of Ohio:         at the earliest possible time.
      per year in advance effective 4-24-10.
           Melissa Autry, Clerk of Council                Section 1. That Council approves         Passed: September 21, 2011
     Make checks payable to City Treasurer
                                                 the Community Reinvestment Area Tax               Mayor Mark Mallory
                                                 Exemption Agreement with North Rhine              Attest: Melissa Autry
      City of Cincinnati Printing Services       Heights Limited Partnership, an Ohio
           801 Plum Street, Suite 2              limited partnership, thereby authorizing a                       --------------------
                513-352-5252                     twelve-year tax exemption for improvements
                                                 made to real property located at 1636                         EMERGENCY
                                                 Main Street, 41-43 East McMicken Avenue                  ORDINANCE NO. 294-2011
boundaries of the City of Cincinnati at 1636     and 143-145 East McMicken Avenue,
Main Street, 41-43 East McMicken Avenue          Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 in connection with         TO DELETE special assessments on the
and 143-145 East McMicken Avenue,                the remodeling of residential space in existing   property at 3623 Hillside Avenue (Hamilton
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 (the “Property”),         buildings located on such real property,          County Auditor’s parcel 158-0061-0109),
provided that the appropriate development        which remodeling shall be completed in            notwithstanding the provisions of Ordinance
incentives are available to support the          compliance with Leadership in Energy and          No. 427-2007.
economic viability of the Improvements; and      Environmental Design Certified, Silver,
                                                 Gold or Platinum standards (as defined by                  WHEREAS, special assessments
          WHEREAS, to provide an                 the U.S. Green Building Council) and at a         were placed on the property at 3623 Hillside
appropriate development incentive for            total construction cost of $1,964,036.00;         Avenue (Hamilton County Auditor’s parcel
the Improvements, the City Manager has           and Council authorizes the City Manager to        158-0061-0109), by Ordinance No. 427-
recommended an agreement to authorize            execute such agreement on behalf of the City      2007, for the costs of securing and/or
a real property tax exemption for the            in substantially the form attached hereto as      demolishing an unsafe building pursuant to
Improvements in accordance with the              Exhibit A (the “Agreement”).                      RC 715.261; and
Statute; and
                                                          Section 2. That Council authorizes                WHEREAS, the current owner
          WHEREAS, the Property is               the City Manager:                                 of the property is maintaining the property
located within the City School District of the                                                     and did not own the property at the time of
City of Cincinnati (the “Cincinnati School                (i) to forward on behalf of Council      demolition; and
District”); and                                           a copy of the Agreement, within
                                                          fifteen (15) days after execution,                 WHEREAS,          Council       has
        WHEREAS, the Board of                             to the Director of the Ohio              determined that it is in the best interest of
Education of the Cincinnati School District,              Department of Development in             the City to remove the assessments from that
pursuant to an agreement with the City of                 accordance with Ohio Revised             property; now, therefore,
Cincinnati entered into on July 2, 1999                   Code Section 3735.671(F); and
(as amended, the “Board of Education                                                                         BE IT ORDAINED by the Council
Agreement”) has approved exemptions                       (ii) to submit on behalf of Council      of the City of Cincinnati, State of Ohio:
of up to one hundred (100%) percent of                    annual reports on the Agreement
Community Reinvestment Area projects,                     to the Director of the Ohio                        Section 1. That the demolition/
waived advance notice and right to review                 Department of Development                barricade assessments and any and all costs,
such projects, and waived sharing or                      and to the Board of Education            interest and penalties levied on the property
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at 3623 Hillside Avenue (Hamilton County          completion of various road, bridge, and            approved for funding.
Auditor’s parcel 158-0061-0109), are hereby       water main construction projects throughout
deleted, notwithstanding the provisions of        the City; and                                                Section 3. That this ordinance
Ordinance No. 427-2007.                                                                              shall be an emergency measure necessary for
                                                            WHEREAS, the Department of               the preservation of the public peace, health,
         Section 2. That the City Solicitor       Transportation and Engineering (“DOTE”)            safety and general welfare and shall, subject
shall cause an authenticated copy of this         and the Greater Cincinnati Water Works             to the terms of Article II, Section 6 of the
ordinance to be transmitted to the Hamilton       (“GCWW”) intend to submit requests for             Charter, be effective immediately. The reason
County Auditor’s Office.                          financial assistance from OPWC and MRF             for the emergency is the immediate need
                                                  to ensure timely completion of various             to receive approval from the City Council
          Section 3. That this ordinance          projects; and                                      in order to authorize the application at the
shall be an emergency measure necessary                                                              earliest possible time.
for the preservation of the public peace,                   WHEREAS, while all the DOTE
health, safety and general welfare and shall,     applications have been prepared to request         Passed: September 21, 2011
subject to the terms of Article II, Section       grant funding, there may be opportunities to       Mayor Mark Mallory
6 of the Charter, be effective immediately.       obtain additional zero percent interest loan       Attest: Melissa Autry
The reason for the emergency is the need to       funds for these projects once the allocation of
have the county public records reflect that       grant resources is exhausted and, if the City is                 --------------------
these assessments are no longer liens on the      offered one or more loans, DOTE will obtain
property at 3623 Hillside Avenue (Hamilton        authorization from City Council before any                    EMERGENCY
County Auditor’s parcel 158-0061-0109) at         loan is accepted; and                                    ORDINANCE NO. 296-2011
the earliest possible time as it is a detriment
to the current property owner’s interest.                   WHEREAS, due to a grant                  APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING
                                                  application deadline of September 16,              the City Manager to execute a Community
Passed: September 21, 2011                        2011, DOTE and GCWW will have already              Reinvestment      Area Tax        Exemption
Mayor Mark Mallory                                applied for these grant resources prior to         Agreement with Camargo Capital, LLC,
Attest: Melissa Autry                             final approval by City Council and grant and       an Ohio limited liability company, thereby
                                                  loan resources will not be accepted unless         authorizing a twelve-year tax exemption for
              --------------------                approved by the City Council; and                  improvements made to real property located
                                                                                                     at 5011 Kenwood Road, Cincinnati, Ohio
           EMERGENCY                                        WHEREAS, no additional FTE are           45227 in connection with the remodeling
      ORDINANCE NO. 295-2011                      associated with these applications; and            of a vacant building located on such real
                                                                                                     property into commercial office space,
AUTHORIZING the City Manager to                            WHEREAS, any local match                  which remodeling shall be completed in
apply for grants, loans, and loan assistance      funding that may be required to accept             compliance with Leadership in Energy and
awarded by Hamilton County from the               funding from these applications, if awarded,       Environmental Design Certified, Silver,
Municipal Road Fund Program and the Ohio          will come from existing capital improvement        Gold or Platinum standards (as defined by
Public Works Commission’s State Capital           program project accounts; now, therefore,          the U.S. Green Building Council) and at a
Improvement Program, Local Transportation                                                            total construction cost of $284,030.
Improvement Program, and Revolving Loan                     BE IT ORDAINED by the Council
Program for the purpose of ensuring timely        of the City of Cincinnati, State of Ohio:                    WHEREAS, to encourage the
completion of various road, bridge, and                                                              development of real property and the
water main construction projects throughout                Section 1. That the City Manager          acquisition of personal property, the Council
the City; and further AUTHORIZING the             is hereby authorized to apply for grants,          of the City of Cincinnati by Ordinance
City Manager to enter into an agreement           loans, and loan assistance awarded by              No. 119-2007 designated the area within
with Hamilton County to jointly manage            Hamilton County from the Municipal Road            the corporate boundaries of the City of
and share the costs of the Rehabilitation of      Fund Program and the Ohio Public Works             Cincinnati as a “Community Reinvestment
Winton Road/Gray to North Bend project if         Commission’s State Capital Improvement             Area” pursuant to Ohio Revised Code
approved for funding.                             Program, Local Transportation Improvement          Sections 3735.65 through 3735.70 (the
                                                  Program, and Revolving Loan Program for            “Statute”); and
         WHEREAS, there are available             the purpose of ensuring timely completion
from the Municipal Road Fund (“MRF”)              of various road, bridge, and water main                    WHEREAS, to encourage the
Program and the Ohio Public Works                 construction projects throughout the City.         development of real property in a more
Commission’s (“OPWC”) State Capital                                                                  environmentally-friendly   manner,    the
Improvement Program (“SCIP”), Local                        Section 2. That the City Manager is       Council of the City of Cincinnati by
Transportation Improvement Program                hereby authorized to enter into an agreement       Ordinance Nos. 182-2007 and 446-
(“LTIP”), and Revolving Loan Program              with Hamilton County to jointly manage             2007 established the nature and length of
(“RLP”) grants, loans, and loan assistance        and share the costs of the Rehabilitation of       exemption from real property taxation for
awards for the purpose of ensuring timely         Winton Road/Gray to North Bend project if          newly constructed or remodeled commercial
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and residential structures if the property is    Company to pay the Board of Education                     obligations under the Agreement.
constructed or remodeled to Leadership in        amounts equal to twenty-five (25%) percent
Energy and Environmental Design Certified,       of the exempt real property taxes; and                     Section 3. That this ordinance shall
Silver, Gold or Platinum standards (as defined                                                   be an emergency measure necessary for the
by the U.S. Green Building Council), all                  WHEREAS, a major tenant of the         preservation of the public peace, health, safety
pursuant to the Statute; and                     Company is relocating certain employees         and general welfare and shall, subject to the
                                                 from the City of Madeira, an Ohio municipal     terms of Article II, Section 6 of the Charter,
          WHEREAS, effective January             corporation, and the City has provided          be effective immediately. The reason for the
11, 2008, the Director of Development of         notice of such relocations to the City of       emergency is to allow the remodeling described
the State of Ohio determined that the area       Madeira pursuant to Ohio Revised Code           in this ordinance and the corresponding
within the corporate boundaries of the City      Section 3735.673; now, therefore,               revitalization of the City of Cincinnati to begin
of Cincinnati contains the characteristics set                                                   at the earliest possible time.
forth in the Statute and confirmed such area               BE IT ORDAINED by the Council
as a Community Reinvestment Area under           of the City of Cincinnati, State of Ohio:       Passed: September 21, 2011
the Statute; and                                                                                 Mayor Mark Mallory
                                                          Section 1. That Council approves       Attest: Melissa Autry
          WHEREAS, Camargo Capital,              the Community Reinvestment Area Tax
LLC, an Ohio limited liability company           Exemption Agreement with Camargo                               --------------------
(the “Company”), desires to complete             Capital, LLC, an Ohio limited liability
the remodeling of a vacant building into         company, thereby authorizing a twelve-year                  EMERGENCY
commercial office space (the “Improvements”)     tax exemption for improvements made to real            ORDINANCE NO. 297-2011
on real property located within the corporate    property located at 5011 Kenwood Road,
boundaries of the City of Cincinnati at          Cincinnati, Ohio 45227 in connection with       AUTHORIZING the City Manager to enter
5011 Kenwood Road, Cincinnati, Ohio              the remodeling of a vacant building located     into and execute a Development Agreement
45227 (the “Property”), provided that the        on such real property into commercial office    with Rock Ohio Caesars Cincinnati, LLC,
appropriate development incentives are           space, which remodeling shall be completed      a Delaware limited liability company, for
available to support the economic viability of   in compliance with Leadership in Energy         the construction of a gambling casino and
the Improvements; and                            and Environmental Design Certified, Silver,     public infrastructure improvements at the
                                                 Gold or Platinum standards (as defined by       Broadway Commons site in Cincinnati,
          WHEREAS, to provide an                 the U.S. Green Building Council) and at a       Ohio; and further AUTHORIZING the
appropriate development incentive for            total construction cost of $284,030; and        City Manager to enter into and execute a
the Improvements, the City Manager has           Council authorizes the City Manager to          Service Agreement with Rock Ohio Caesars
recommended an agreement to authorize            execute such agreement on behalf of the City    Cincinnati, LLC for service payments to be
a real property tax exemption for the            in substantially the form attached hereto as    made to the City of Cincinnati in connection
Improvements in accordance with the              Exhibit A (the “Agreement”).                    with the project.
Statute; and
                                                          Section 2. That Council authorizes              WHEREAS, Rock Ohio Caesars
          WHEREAS, the Property is               the City Manager:                               Cincinnati, LLC ( “Developer”) is the
located within the City School District of the                                                   owner of the land located in downtown
City of Cincinnati (the “Cincinnati School                (i) to forward on behalf of Council    Cincinnati known as Broadway Commons
District”); and                                           a copy of the Agreement, within        (the “Property”) upon which Developer
                                                          fifteen (15) days after execution,     intends to construct a gambling casino (the
          WHEREAS, the Board of                           to the Director of the Ohio            improvements to be built by Developer on
Education of the Cincinnati School District,              Department of Development in           the Property being hereinafter referred to as
pursuant to an agreement with the City of                 accordance with Ohio Revised           the “Private Improvements”); and
Cincinnati entered into on July 2, 1999                   Code Section 3735.671(F); and
(as amended, the “Board of Education                                                                      WHEREAS, the Property is located
Agreement”) has approved exemptions                       (ii) to submit on behalf of Council    in the District 4 – Downtown/OTR – East
of up to one hundred (100%) percent of                    annual reports on the Agreement        District Incentive District, established by
Community Reinvestment Area projects,                     to the Director of the Ohio            Ordinance No. 414-2002; and
waived advance notice and right to review                 Department of Development
such projects, and waived sharing or                      and to the Board of Education                    WHEREAS, in support of
allocation of municipal income taxes in                   of the City School District of the     Developer’s construction and operation of
connection with such projects; and                        City of Cincinnati, in accordance      the Private Improvements, Developer desires
                                                          with Ohio Revised Code Section         for the City to provide funding to Developer
          WHEREAS, pursuant to the Board                  3735.672; and                          for use by Developer in paying for the costs
of Education Agreement, the Company has                                                          of designing and constructing certain public
entered into (or will enter into) an agreement            (iii) to take all necessary and        infrastructure improvements in various
with the Board of Education requiring the                 proper actions to fulfill the City’s   existing and future public rights-of-way in the
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vicinity of the Property, at a cost not to exceed   the civil engineering firm for the Project,               Section 2. That the City Manager is
$16,800,000.00, as described generally in the       and (iii) Vivian Llambi & Associates as the      authorized to enter into and execute a Service
Scope of Work and Budget attached as Exhibit        landscape architect for the Project, because     Agreement with Developer substantially
C to the attached Development Agreement             it will enable Developer to construct the        in the form attached as Exhibit J to the
(the      “Developer-Constructed           Public   Project with greater efficiency and cost         Development Agreement, pursuant to which
Infrastructure Improvements”). Developer’s          effectiveness, provided however that Developer   Developer shall make service payments to
design and construction of the Private              (in consultation with the Construction           the City in the form of Statutory Service
Improvements and Developer-Constructed              Manager) shall utilize a public competitive      Payments in order and Minimum Service
Public Infrastructure Improvements is               bidding process for the selection of all         Payments for the City to satisfy its obligation
hereinafter referred to as the “Project”; and       contractors for the Developer-Constructed        to make payments to the Board of Education
                                                    Public Infrastructure Improvements; and          and to pay debt service on the Bonds.
         WHEREAS,       Developer       has
engaged Woolpert as the civil engineering                    WHEREAS, in addition to                          Section 3. That Council authorizes
firm to handle the design work for the              providing funding to Developer for the cost      the appropriate City officials to take all
Developer-Constructed Public Infrastructure         of constructing (and to the extent permitted     necessary and proper actions to fulfill the
Improvements, and such design work has              by law, for previously-incurred costs of         terms of the Development Agreement and
already commenced; and                              designing) the Developer-Constructed             Service Agreement.
                                                    Public Infrastructure Improvements, and
           WHEREAS, the City believes that          in further support of the Project, the City                Section 4. That this ordinance shall
the Project is in the vital and best interests of   presently intends to construct certain other     be an emergency measure necessary for the
the City and the health, safety, and welfare of     public infrastructure improvements in            preservation of the public peace, health, safety
its residents, and in accordance with the public    various existing and future public rights-of-    and general welfare and shall, subject to the
purposes and provisions of applicable federal,      way in the vicinity of the Property, at a cost   terms of Article II, Section 6 of the Charter,
state and local laws and requirements; and          of approximately $4,600,000.00, using the        be effective immediately. The reason for said
                                                    balance of the proceeds from the sale of the     emergency is the immediate need for the City
          WHEREAS, in furtherance of the            Bonds; and                                       to enter into the Development Agreement
public purpose and to facilitate the Project,                                                        and Service Agreement with Developer
the City is willing to provide funding to                     WHEREAS, subject to approval           in order to immediately commence and
Developer for the cost of constructing              by City Planning Commission and the              continue work on the construction of the
(and, to the extent permitted by law, for           passage of separate authorizing legislation      gambling casino and public infrastructure
previously-incurred costs of designing) the         by City Council once the engineering             improvements, fostering local improvements
Developer-Constructed Public Infrastructure         plans for the Private Improvements and           and investment, increasing tourism
Improvements (including without limitation          Developer-Constructed Public Infrastructure      opportunities, and creating jobs in the City
the construction management fee payable to          Improvements have been finalized, and in         at the earliest possible time.
the Construction Manager (as defined below)         order to accommodate the design thereof, the
and DOTE permit fees) in an amount not              parties presently anticipate that (i) the City   Passed: September 21, 2011
to exceed $16,800,000.00, using a portion           will vacate a portion of existing Broadway       Mayor Mark Mallory
of the proceeds from the sale of bonds              Street, between Central Parkway and Court        Attest: Melissa Autry
issued in a principal amount not to exceed          Street, consisting of approximately 0.50 acre,
$28,000,000.00 and maturing in the year             and contribute the same to Developer for                        --------------------
2033 or after, as more particularly described       One Dollar ($1.00), and (ii) Developer will
in section 5 of the Development Agreement           transfer a portion of the Property, consisting              EMERGENCY
(the “Bonds”); and                                  of approximately 1.4 acres, to the City for            ORDINANCE NO. 298-2011
                                                    One Dollar ($1.00) for dedication by the
         WHEREAS, in order to ensure                City as public right-of-way; now, therefore,     APPROVING AND AUTHORIZING
that the City has sufficient funds to make                                                           execution of a Job Creation Tax Credit
payments on the Bonds, Developer is willing                   BE IT ORDAINED by the Council          Agreement with Omnicare, Inc., a Delaware
to make Statutory Service Payments and              of the City of Cincinnati, State of Ohio:        corporation, in which Omnicare, Inc. agrees
Minimum Service Payments to the City for                                                             to create new jobs at a project site location
so long as the Bonds are outstanding, as set                  Section 1. That the City Manager       in the City of Cincinnati and, during the
forth in that certain Service Agreement, the        is authorized to enter into and execute a        years 2012 through 2018, the City agrees to
form of which is attached as Exhibit J to the       Development Agreement with Rock Ohio             provide an income tax credit equal to fifty
Development Agreement; and                          Caesars Cincinnati, LLC (“Developer”)            (50%) percent of new income tax revenue
                                                    substantially in the form attached hereto,       from new jobs created by Omnicare, Inc. at
         WHEREAS,         the    City     has       pursuant to which Developer shall construct      such project site location.
determined that it is in the best interest of       a gambling casino and certain public
the City to approve (i) Messer Construction         infrastructure improvements at the Broadway               WHEREAS, the City seeks to
as the construction manager for the Project         Commons site.                                    increase employment opportunities and to
(“Construction Manager”), (ii) Woolpert as                                                           encourage establish¬ment of new jobs in the
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City, in order to improve the economic welfare    subject to the terms of Article II, Section        P.M. on Friday, September 23, 2011, and
of the City and its citizens, in furtherance of   6 of the Charter, be effective immediately.        beginning at 1:00 P.M. and ending at 11:59
the public purposes enunciated in Article VIII,   The reason for the emergency is to allow the       P.M. on Saturday, September 24, 2011.
Section 13 of the Ohio Constitution; and          Project and the corresponding revitalization
                                                  of the City of Cincinnati to begin at the                   WHEREAS,        ArtWorks    with
          WHEREAS, Omnicare, Inc., a              earliest possible time.                            Midpoint Music Festival, have proposed
Delaware corporation (the “Employer”),                                                               to present “Midpoint Midway” beginning
has proposed to implement a project in the        Passed: September 21, 2011                         at 5:00 P.M. and ending at 11:00 P.M. on
City of Cincinnati, which will result in the      Mayor Mark Mallory                                 Thursday, September 22, 2011, beginning
creation of new jobs (anticipated to be 630       Attest: Melissa Autry                              at 5:00 P.M. and ending at 11:59 P.M. on
by December 31, 2015) (the “Project”),                                                               Friday, September 23, 2011, and beginning
if certain income tax credit assistance is                       --------------------                at 1:00 P.M. and ending at 11:59 P.M. on
provided by the City; and                                                                            Saturday, September 24, 2011; and
                                                             EMERGENCY
          WHEREAS, the City Manager                     ORDINANCE NO. 299-2011                                 WHEREAS, the Midpoint Music
has recommended that Council approve a                                                               Festival will provide a unique atmosphere for
Job Creation Tax Credit Agreement (the            AUTHORIZING the City Manager to                    people to enjoy downtown Cincinnati and
“Agreement”) with the Employer, which             establish terms and conditions for the             Over-the-Rhine through live music and art
Agreement shall provide an income tax credit      presentation of “Midpoint Midway” by               exhibits; and
equal to fifty percent (50%) of new income        ArtWorks with Midpoint Music Festival, on
tax revenue from new jobs created by the          12th Street from Vine Street to Walnut Street               WHEREAS, the provisions of
Employer at the Project location, pursuant        and Jackson Street from Central Parkway to         Chapter 713, Chapter 723, Chapter 839,
to the terms set forth in the Agreement; and      12th Street, beginning at 5:00 P.M. and ending     Chapter 845, Section 506-91, Chapter 321,
                                                  at 11:00 P.M. on Thursday, September 22,           and other purchasing related ordinances and
          WHEREAS,         the      Employer      2011, beginning at 5:00 P.M. and ending at         other sections of the Cincinnati Municipal
represents and has documented to the City         11:59 P.M. on Friday, September 23, 2011,          Code may prohibit the orderly organization
that the income tax credit authorized by the      and beginning at 1:00 P.M. and ending at           and presentation of “Midpoint Midway”;
Agreement is a major factor in the Employer’s     11:59 P.M. on Saturday, September 24, 2011;        now, therefore,
decision to go forward with the Project; and      AUTHORIZING the City Manager to take
                                                  such actions as are necessary and proper to                  BE IT ORDAINED by the Council
         WHEREAS, the City income                 implement the presentation of “Midpoint            of the City of Cincinnati, State of Ohio:
tax credit approved by this ordinance is          Midway,” notwithstanding the provisions of
authorized by Sections 718.15 and 718.151         Chapter 713, Chapter 723, Chapter 839,                       Section 1. That the City Manager is
of the Ohio Revised Code; now, therefore,         Chapter 845, Section 506-91, Chapter 321,          authorized to establish terms and conditions
                                                  and any other provisions of the Cincinnati         for the use of the public right-of-way on
          BE IT ORDAINED by the Council           Municipal Code which would prohibit the            the north and south side of 12th Street
of the City of Cincinnati, State of Ohio:         orderly organization and presentation of the       from Vine Street to Walnut Street and the
                                                  “Midpoint Midway” Festival; APPROVING              public right-of-way on the east and west side
           Section 1. That Council approves       the use of the above-described area for the        of 12th Street from Vine Street to Walnut
and authorizes the execution of the               sale of beer and intoxicating liquor subject       Street and the area bounded by the public
Agreement with the Employer on behalf of          to the issuance of proper licenses by the State    right-of-way on the north and south side of
the City in substantially the form attached       of Ohio and procurement of liquor liability        Jackson Street from Central Parkway to 12th
hereto as Exhibit A, which Agreement will         insurance; PROHIBITING the sale of wares           Street and the public right-of-way on the east
assist the Employer with the Project, and the     by peddlers and itinerant vendors except by        and west side of Jackson Street from Central
City agrees to provide an income tax credit       persons associated with and as authorized by       Parkway to 12th Street beginning at 5:00
equal to fifty percent (50%) of new income        ArtWorks with Midpoint Music Festival, in          P.M. and ending at 11:00 P.M. on Thursday,
tax revenue from new jobs created by the          the area bounded by the public right-of-way on     September 22, 2011, beginning at 5:00
Employer at the Project location, pursuant        the north and south side of 12th Street from       P.M. and ending at 11:59 P.M. on Friday,
to the terms set forth in the Agreement.          Vine Street to Walnut Street and the public        September 23, 2011, and beginning at 1:00
                                                  right-of-way on the east and west side of 12th     P.M. and ending at 11:59 P.M. on Saturday,
         Section 2. That Council authorizes       Street from Vine Street to Walnut Street and       September 24, 2011 for the presentation of
the proper City officials to take all necessary   the area bounded by the public right-of-way        “Midpoint Midway” by Artworks.
and proper actions to fulfill the City’s          on the north and south side of Jackson Street
obligations under the Agreement.                  from Central Parkway to 12th Street and the                  Section 2. That the City Manager
                                                  public right-of-way on the east and west side of   is authorized to take such actions as are in his
          Section 3. That this ordinance          Jackson Street from Central Parkway to 12th        opinion necessary and proper to implement
is an emergency measure necessary for the         Street beginning at 5:00 P.M. and ending at        the presentation of “Midpoint Midway” by
immediate preservation of the public peace,       11:00 P.M. on Thursday, September 22, 2011,        ArtWorks with Midpoint Music Festival,
health, safety and general welfare and shall,     beginning at 5:00 P.M. and ending at 11:59         notwithstanding any provisions of the
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Cincinnati Municipal Code, including but not      (2) inches in width or three-quarters (3/4)       presentation of “Open Streets Cincinnati” by
limited to Chapter 713, Chapter 723, Chapter      of an inch in diameter, one-quarter (1/4)         350 Cincinnati on Main Street from Thirteenth
839, Chapter 845, Section 506-91, Chapter         inch in thickness, and forty (40) inches          Street to Liberty Street on September 24,
321, and other provisions of the Cincinnati       in length, and where such wooden stick is         2011, beginning at 9:00 A.M. and ending
Municipal Code which would prohibit the           blunt on both ends. This section shall apply      at 5:00 P.M.; AUTHORIZING the City
orderly organization or presentation of the       without limitations to any poles, sticks or       Manager to take such actions as are necessary
“Midpoint Midway” Festival.                       other devices attached to or otherwise used       and proper to implement the presentation of
                                                  to support or elevate signs, banners or other     “Open Streets Cincinnati,” notwithstanding
         Section 3. The event shall close         displays of any kind not associated with or       the provisions of Chapter 713, Chapter
no later than 11:00 P.M. on Thursday,             approved by the City of Cincinnati. This          723, Chapter 839, Chapter 845, Section
September 22, 2011 and 11:59 P.M. on both         section does not apply to law enforcement         506-91, Chapter 321, Chapter 909, and
Friday, September 23, 2011, and Saturday,         officers or to canes, crutches or other similar   other purchasing related ordinances and any
September 24, 2011.                               devices used by persons who are visually or       other provisions of the Cincinnati Municipal
                                                  physically impaired.                              Code which would prohibit programs
          Section 4. That the sale and                                                              deemed proper by the City Manager in the
consumption of beer and intoxicating liquor                 Section 8. That no person shall take    presentation of “Open Streets Cincinnati”;
is authorized in the area described, and          any animal or glass container onto public         and further PROHIBITING the sale of wares
during the dates and times, in Section 1          property within the restricted “Midpoint          by peddlers and itinerant vendors except by
by ArtWorks with Midpoint Music Festival          Midway” event area described, and during          persons associated with and as authorized by
pursuant to proper licenses issued by the         the dates and times listed in Section 1 unless    350 Cincinnati in the area bounded by the
State of Ohio and submission of a liquor          such animal is being or will be used by law       east and west curb lines of Main Street from
liability insurance policy of $1,000,000          enforcement officials in the performance of       the north curb line of Thirteenth Street to the
naming the City of Cincinnati as insured.         their duties, a blind person’s guide dog or       south curb line of Liberty Street for the period
                                                  other handicap-assist dog or an animal being      of time beginning at 9:00 A.M. through 5:00
          Section 5. That the sale of wares       used as part of “Midpoint Midway” program         P.M. on September 24, 2011.
by peddlers and itinerant vendors, except         and authorized by ArtWorks with Midpoint
by persons associated with ArtWorks with          Music Festival.                                            WHEREAS,        350    Cincinnati
Midpoint Music Festival, are prohibited in                                                          has proposed to present “Open Streets
the area described, and during the dates and               Section 9. Whoever violates this         Cincinnati” on Main Street from Thirteenth
times listed in Section 1.                        ordinance is guilty of violating Section 910-     Street to Liberty Street on September 24,
                                                  19, Violation of Special Events Ordinance,        2011, from 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M.; and
          Section 6. That the use of sound        of the Cincinnati Municipal Code.
producing, sound amplifying (including                                                                         WHEREAS, this presentation will
bullhorns), musical instruments and other                   Section 10. That this ordinance         provide a unique atmosphere for people to
equipment shall be limited to that necessary      shall be an emergency measure necessary           enjoy a stroll, listen to entertainment and
for the production of entertainment               for the preservation of the public peace,         celebrate the City of Cincinnati’s green
authorized by ArtWorks with Midpoint              health, safety and general welfare and shall,     initiative; and
Music Festival and communication of               subject to the terms of Article II, Section 6
emergency and other information associated        of the Charter, be effective immediately. The              WHEREAS, the Council of the
with “Midpoint Midway” within the event           reason for the emergency is the immediate         City of Cincinnati is of the opinion that
area described, and during the dates and          need for City officials to make necessary         “Open Streets Cincinnati” will have a
times listed in Section 1. Street musicians       preparations and to authorize the issuance        positive impact upon and focus attention
may provide entertainment within the event        of the permit in a timely manner to ensure        on the revitalization of the Over-the-Rhine
area pursuant to the terms established by the     that the “Midpoint Midway” can proceed as         neighborhood and will promote regional
event sponsor.                                    scheduled on Thursday, September 22, 2011,        tourism; and
                                                  Friday, September 23, 2011, and Saturday,
           Section 7. That no person during       September 24, 2011.                                         WHEREAS, the provisions of
“Midpoint Midway” shall, unless specifically                                                        Chapter 713, Chapter 723, Chapter 839,
authorized by the Police Department,              Passed: September 21, 2011                        Chapter 845, Section 506-91, Chapter
possess or bring to the event area described,     Mayor Mark Mallory                                321, Chapter 909, and other purchasing
and during the dates and times listed in          Attest: Melissa Autry                             related ordinances and other sections of the
Section 1, any poles, sticks or clubs made of                                                       Cincinnati Municipal Code may prohibit
any rigid material or any other instrument,                     --------------------                the orderly organization and presentation of
device or thing that is capable of inflicting                                                       the “Open Streets Cincinnati” celebration;
serious physical harm, that is designed or                   EMERGENCY                              now, therefore,
specifically adapted for use as a weapon, or            ORDINANCE NO. 300-2011
that is possessed, carried or used as a weapon,                                                               BE IT ORDAINED by the Council
except to support a sign or banner, provided      AUTHORIZING the City Manager to                   of the City of Cincinnati, State of Ohio:
that such wooden stick is not more than two       establish terms and conditions for the
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          Section 1. That the City Manager is    event area bounded by the east and west curb       proceed as scheduled.
authorized to establish terms and conditions     lines of Main Street from the north curb line
for the use of Main Street from Thirteenth       of Thirteenth Street to the south curb line of
Street to Liberty Street, by 350 Cincinnati      Liberty Street, any poles, sticks or clubs made    Passed: September 21, 2011
on September 24, 2011, for the presentation      of any rigid material or any other instrument,     Mayor Mark Mallory
of “Open Streets Cincinnati.”                    device or thing that is capable of inflicting      Attest: Melissa Autry
                                                 serious physical harm, that is designed or
          Section 2. That the City Manager       specifically adapted for use as a weapon, or                     --------------------
is authorized to take such actions as are        that is possessed, carried or used as a weapon,
in his opinion necessary and proper to           except to support a sign or banner, provided                  EMERGENCY
implement the presentation of “Open Streets      that such wooden stick is not more than two              ORDINANCE NO. 301-2011
Cincinnati” celebration by 350 Cincinnati,       (2) inches in width or three-quarters (3/4)
notwithstanding any provisions of the            of an inch in diameter, one-quarter (1/4)          AUTHORIZING the City Manager to
Cincinnati Municipal Code, including, but        inch in thickness, and forty (40) inches           establish terms and conditions for the
not limited to, Chapter 713, Chapter 723,        in length, and where such wooden stick is          presentation of the 2011 Hyde Park Square
Chapter 839, Chapter 845, Section 506-           blunt on both ends. This section shall apply       Art Show by the Hyde Park Square Business
91, Chapter 321, Chapter 909, and other          without limitations to any poles, sticks or        Association on Erie Avenue between
purchasing related ordinances which would        other devices attached to or otherwise used        Michigan Avenue and Zumstein Avenue and
prohibit programs deemed proper by the City      to support or elevate signs, banners or other      on Edwards Road between Erie Avenue and
Manager as part of “Open Streets Cincinnati.”    displays of any kind not associated with or        Observatory Avenue, on Sunday, October 2,
                                                 approved by the City of Cincinnati. This           2011, beginning at 6:30 A.M. and ending
         Section 3. That the event shall         section does not apply to law enforcement          at 7:00 P.M.; and further AUTHORIZING
close no later than 5:00 P.M. on September       officers or to canes, crutches, or other similar   the City Manager to take such actions as
24, 2011.                                        devices used by persons who are visually or        are necessary and proper to implement the
                                                 physically impaired.                               presentation of the Hyde Park Square Art Show,
          Section 4. That the sale of wares                                                         notwithstanding the provisions of Chapters
by peddlers and itinerant vendors, the                     Section 7. That no person shall          723 “Streets and Sidewalks Use Regulations,”
distribution of commercial handbills,            take any animal onto public property within        839 “Peddlers and Itinerant Vendors,” and any
coupons, product samples, except by              the restricted “Open Streets Cincinnati”           other sections of the Cincinnati Municipal
persons associated with and authorized by        event area bounded by the east and west curb       Code which would prohibit programs and
350 Cincinnati, are prohibited in the area       lines of Main Street from the north curb line      activities deemed proper by the City Manager
bounded by the east and west curb lines          of Thirteenth Street to the south curb line        in the presentation of the Hyde Park Square
of Main Street from the north curb line of       of Liberty Street unless such animal is being      Art Show; and further APPROVING the
Thirteenth Street to the south curb line of      or will be used by law enforcement officials       use of the above-described area for the sale
Liberty Street, for the period from 9 A.M.       in the performance of their duties, a blind        of beer and intoxicating liquor subject to the
through 5:00 P.M., on September 24, 2011.        person’s guide dog or other handicap-assist        issuance of proper license by the State of Ohio
                                                 dog or an animal being used as part of the         and procurement of liquor liability insurance;
          Section 5. That the use of sound       “Open Streets Cincinnati” program and              and further PROHIBITING the sale of
producing equipment, sound amplifying            authorized by 350 Cincinnati.                      wares and food by peddlers and itinerant
(including bullhorns) equipment, musical                                                            vendors except by persons associated with and
instruments, and other equipment shall be                   Section 8. That the proper City         authorized by the Hyde Park Square Business
limited to that necessary for the production     officials are hereby authorized to do all things   Association on Erie Avenue, bounded by the
of entertainment authorized by the Over-         necessary and proper to comply with the            west side of Zumstein Avenue and the east
the-Rhine Chamber of Commerce and                terms of Section 1 through 7 hereof.               side of Michigan Avenue and Edwards Road,
Over-the-Rhine Revitalization Corporation                                                           bounded by Erie Avenue on the north side
and communication of emergency and other                  Section 9. That whoever violates this     and by Observatory Avenue on the south side.
information associated with “Open Streets        ordinance is guilty of violating Section 910-
Cincinnati” within the event area bounded        19, Violation of Special Events Ordinance, of               WHEREAS, the Hyde Park Square
by the east and west curb lines of Main Street   the Cincinnati Municipal Code.                     Business Association proposes to present
from the north curb line of Thirteenth Street,                                                      the Hyde Park Square Art Show on Sunday,
to the south curb line of Liberty Street.                  Section 10. That this ordinance          October 2, 2011, beginning at 6:30 A.M.
Street musicians may provide entertainment       shall be an emergency measure necessary for        and ending at 7:00 P.M.; and
within the event area subject to reasonable      the preservation of the public peace, health,
regulations established by 350 Cincinnati.       safety and general welfare and shall, subject               WHEREAS, the provisions of
                                                 to the terms of Article II, Section 6 of the       Chapters 723 “Streets and Sidewalks Use
           Section 6. That no person during      Charter, be effective immediately. The reason      Regulations,” 839 “Peddlers and Itinerant
“Open Streets Cincinnati” shall, unless          for the emergency is the immediate need for        Vendors,” and any other sections of the
specifically authorized by the Cincinnati        City officials to make necessary preparations      Cincinnati Municipal Code may prohibit
Police Department, possess or bring to the       to ensure “Open Streets Cincinnati” can            the orderly organization and presentation of
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the 2011 Hyde Park Square Art Show; now,            1 any poles, sticks or clubs made of any rigid                 WHEREAS, by letter dated
therefore,                                          material or instrument, device or thing that         September 14,2011, the United States Postal
                                                    is capable of inflicting serious physical harm,      Service (USPS) announced that it is currently
          BE IT ORDAINED by the Council             that is designed or specifically adapted for use     conducting an Area Mail Processing study,
of the City of Cincinnati, State of Ohio:           as a weapon, or that is possessed, carried or        and as part of the study, USPS will consider
                                                    used as a weapon, except to support a sign or        consolidating local mail processing services
          Section 1. That the City Manager is       banner, provided that such wooden stick is not       in Cincinnati into three other processing
authorized to establish terms and conditions        more than two (2) inches in width or three-          centers and thereafter cease sorting mail at
for the use of Erie Avenue between Michigan         quarters (3/4) of an inch in diameter, one-          1591 Dalton Street in Cincinnati Ohio; and
Avenue and Zumstein Avenue and Edwards              quarter (1/4) inch in thickness, and forty (40)
Road between Erie Avenue and Observatory            inches in length, and where such wooden stick                  WHEREAS, the USPS distribution
Avenue, on Sunday, October 2, 2011,                 is blunt on both ends. This section does not         center located at 1591 Dalton Street was
beginning at 6:30 A.M. and ending at 7:00           apply to law enforcement officers, or to canes,      established in 1933 and has served as the
P.M., for the presentation of the 2011 Hyde         crutches or other devices used by persons who        main distribution center for the surrounding
Park Square Art Show.                               are visually or physically impaired.                 population, businesses, and the needs of
                                                                                                         the people in the City of Cincinnati and
          Section 2. That the City Manager                    Section 7. That the use of sound           surrounding municipalities; and
is authorized to take such actions as are in his    producing and sound amplifying equipment
opinion necessary and proper to implement           (including bullhorns), musical instruments,                     WHEREAS,           the    Cincinnati
the presentation of the 2011 Hyde Park              and other equipment shall be limited to that         Processing and Distribution Center plays a
Square Art Show by the Hyde Park Square             necessary for the production of entertainment        large part in the success of many of the region’s
Business Association, notwithstanding               authorized by the Hyde Park Square Business          businesses and nonprofit organizations that
provisions of the Cincinnati Municipal Code,        Association within the area described, and           depend on overnight mail delivery service for
including but not limited to Chapters 723,          during the dates and times listed in Section 1.      advertising and other business-related mail; and
839, and any other sections of the Cincinnati
Municipal Code which would prohibit the                       Section 8. That whosoever violates                  WHEREAS, loss of businesses
orderly organization and presentation of the        this ordinance is guilty of violating Section 910-   using bulk mail for advertising, newsletters,
2011 Hyde Park Square Art Show.                     19, “Violation of Special Events Ordinance,” of      and other publications requiring next-
                                                    the Cincinnati Municipal Code.                       day delivery will greatly affect the City of
           Section 3. That the sale of beer and                                                          Cincinnati and other jurisdictions serviced by
intoxicating liquor is authorized in the area                  Section 9. That this ordinance shall      the Cincinnati Processing and Distribution
described in Section 1 above, on October 2,         be an emergency measure necessary for the            Center; and
2011 beginning at 10:00 A.M. and ending             preservation of the public peace, health, safety
at 5:00 P.M., if sold by the Hyde Park Square       and general welfare and shall, subject to the                 WHERAS the Postal Service has
Business Association pursuant to proper license     terms of Article II, Section 6 of the Charter,       stated that delivery standards would have
issued by the State of Ohio, and with the           be effective immediately. The reason for the         to be relaxed to accomplish the proposed
submission of a liquor liability insurance policy   emergency is the immediate need for City             consolidation, with the negative result that
naming the City of Cincinnati as additionally       officials to make necessary preparations in a        First Class mail mailed in Cincinnati with
insured with limits of no less than $1,000,000.     timely manner to ensure that the 2011 Hyde           a Cincinnati destination will no longer be
                                                    Park Square Art Show can proceed as scheduled.       overnight service, thereby further harming
         Section 4. That the sale of wares                                                               Cincinnati businesses; and
and food is prohibited in the area described        Passed: September 21, 2011
in Section 1 above, unless authorized by the        Mayor Mark Mallory                                            WHEREAS, the transfer of such
Hyde Park Square Business Association for           Attest: Melissa Autry                                USPS services will result in a significant
the time beginning on Sunday, October 2,                                                                 loss of jobs and contribute to the high
2011, at 10:00 A.M. and ending at 5:00 P.M.                        --------------------                  unemployment rate that already exists in the
                                                                                                         City; and
           Section 5. That no person shall                RESOLUTION NO. 043-2011
take any animal onto public property within                                                                       WHEREAS the United States
the area described, and during the dates and        EXPRESSSING the opposition of Council                Postal Service provides jobs for our many
times listed in Section 1 unless such animal is     to any proposal which would transfer any             veterans in Cincinnati who have proudly
being used or will be used by law enforcement       United States mail processing and distribution       served our country; now, therefore,
officials engaged in the performance of their       services from the Cincinnati Processing and
duties, a blind person’s guide dog or other         Distribution Center of the United States Postal               BE IT RESOLVED by the Council
handicap-assistance dog.                            Service facility located at 1591 Dalton Street       of the City of Cincinnati, State of Ohio:
                                                    in Cincinnati, Ohio, to other postal facilities
          Section 6. That no person shall           in Louisville, Indianapolis, Columbus and/or                  Section 1. That Council strongly
possess or bring into the area described, and       any other postal facility.                           opposes the proposed transferring of mail
during the dates and times listed in Section                                                             processing and distribution services from
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the Cincinnati Processing and Distribution           for the State to receive an objection is 10/07/11.   of Council’s Office on 09/16/11. The last day
Center of the United States Postal Service                                                                for the State to receive an objection is 10/17/11.
located at 1591 Dalton Street and strongly                          --------------------
urges the United States Postal Service to                                                                                --------------------
maintain the current operations at the                            LIQUOR PERMIT
Dalton Street facility at their present level.                     APPLICATION                                         LIQUOR PERMIT
                                                                                                                        APPLICATION
          Section 2. That this resolution shall      From the Department of Liquor Control
be spread upon the Minutes of Council and            Application No.: 8970284 TRFO                        From the Department of Liquor Control
that a copy of this Resolution shall be sent         Permit Type: D1, D2, D3, D3A, D6                     Application No.: 2040285 TRFO
to USPS Cincinnati Postmaster Chu Falling                       TOM & JERRYS SPORTS BAR LLC               Permit Type: C1, C2
Star at 1591 Dalton Street, Cincinnati Ohio                     DBA PATRICKS PUB                                   DELTA SNACK SHACK LLC
45234-9999, and that copies shall also be                       5060 CROOKSHANK RD                                 DBA HUNGARY HAROLDS
sent to the Cincinnati contingent of the Ohio                   CINCINNATI OHIO 45238                              QUICK MART
General Assembly and to all of the members           Pursuant to Section 4303.261 of the Ohio                      430 DELTA AVE
of Cincinnati’s Congressional delegation and         Revised Code, Council must notify the                         CINCINNATI OHIO 45237
to the Hamilton County Commissioners.                Department of Liquor Control within thirty           Pursuant to Section 4303.261 of the Ohio
                                                     days if there is an objection to the above permit.   Revised Code, Council must notify the
Passed: September 21, 2011                           Notice of Application was received by the Clerk      Department of Liquor Control within
Mayor Mark Mallory                                   of Council’s Office on 09/12/11. The last day        thirty days if there is an objection to the
Attest: Melissa Autry                                for the State to receive an objection is 10/13/11.   above permit. Notice of Application was
                                                                                                          received by the Clerk of Council’s Office on
               --------------------                                 --------------------                  09/15/11. The last day for the State to receive
                                                                                                          an objection is 10/17/11.
                                                                  LIQUOR PERMIT
     Legal Notices                                                 APPLICATION                                           --------------------

                                                     From the Department of Liquor Control                             LIQUOR PERMIT
All departments, divisions, commissions and          Application No.: 2830560 TRFO                                      APPLICATION
boards must submit each RFI, RFG, and                Permit Type: D1, D2, D3, D6
RFP to the Office of Contract Compliance                        4156 LANGLAND STREET LLC                  From the Department of Liquor Control
(OCC) for consideration of the small business                   DBA JUNKERS TAVERN                        Application No.: 31889500230 TRFO
Enterprise Program (SBEP) participation as                      4156 REAR & 4158 LANGLAND                 Permit Type: C1, C2
established by Ordinance #331-1999 and the                      STREET                                             GILLIGAN OIL COMPANY LLC
Equal Employment Program participation                          CINCINNATI OHIO 45223                              DBA GOCO
as established by Ordinance #331-1999.               Pursuant to Section 4303.261 of the Ohio                      30 E. LIBERTY
For information regarding each of these              Revised Code, Council must notify the                         CINCINNATI OHIO 45202
programs contact 352-3144.                           Department of Liquor Control within thirty           Pursuant to Section 4303.261 of the Ohio
                                                     days if there is an objection to the above permit.   Revised Code, Council must notify the
               ---------------------                 Notice of Application was received by the Clerk      Department of Liquor Control within
                                                     of Council’s Office on 09/12/11. The last day        thirty days if there is an objection to the
             LIQUOR PERMIT                           for the State to receive an objection is 10/13/11.   above permit. Notice of Application was
              APPLICATION                                                                                 received by the Clerk of Council’s Office on
                                                                    --------------------                  09/16/11. The last day for the State to receive
From the Department of Liquor Control                                                                     an objection is 10/17/11.
Application No.: 14374150190                                      LIQUOR PERMIT
Permit Type: D1                                                    APPLICATION                                           --------------------
           CHIPOTLE MEXICAN GRILL
           OF COLORADO LLC                           From the Department of Liquor Control                             LIQUOR PERMIT
           DBA CHIPOTLE MEXICAN                      Application No.: 6548421 TROL                                      APPLICATION
           GRILL                                     Permit Type: D2, D2X, D3
           3725 PAXTON RD                                       1100 VINE COMMERCIAL LLC                  From the Department of Liquor Control
           CINCINNATI OHIO 45209                                1133-1135 VINE ST                         Application No.: 31889500225 TRFO
Pursuant to Section 4303.261 of the Ohio                        CINCINNATI OHIO 45202                     Permit Type: C1, C2
Revised Code, Council must notify the                Pursuant to Section 4303.261 of the Ohio                      GILLIGAN OIL COMPANY LLC
Department of Liquor Control within thirty           Revised Code, Council must notify the                         DBA GOCO
days if there is an objection to the above permit.   Department of Liquor Control within thirty                    2967 GILBERT AVE
Notice of Application was received by the Clerk      days if there is an objection to the above permit.            CINCINNATI OHIO 45206
of Council’s Office on 09/06/11. The last day        Notice of Application was received by the Clerk      Pursuant to Section 4303.261 of the Ohio
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Revised Code, Council must notify the                      DBA PERA MEDITERRANIA                                LIQUOR PERMIT
Department of Liquor Control within                        RESTAURANT                                            APPLICATION
thirty days if there is an objection to the                1026 DELTA AVE
above permit. Notice of Application was                    CINCINNATI OHIO 45208                    From the Department of Liquor Control
received by the Clerk of Council’s Office on      Pursuant to Section 4303.261 of the Ohio          Application No.: 2553842 TFOL
09/16/11. The last day for the State to receive   Revised Code, Council must notify the             Permit Type: D1, D2, D3
an objection is 10/17/11.                         Department of Liquor Control within                        ESQUIRE THEATRE LTD
                                                  thirty days if there is an objection to the                DBA ESQUIRE THEATRE
              --------------------                above permit. Notice of Application was                    320 LUDLOW AVE
                                                  received by the Clerk of Council’s Office on               CINCINNATI OHIO 45220
            LIQUOR PERMIT                         09/21/11. The last day for the State to receive   Pursuant to Section 4303.261 of the Ohio
             APPLICATION                          an objection is 10/24/11.                         Revised Code, Council must notify the
                                                                                                    Department of Liquor Control within
From the Department of Liquor Control                           --------------------                thirty days if there is an objection to the
Application No.: 2553842 TFOL                                                                       above permit. Notice of Application was
Permit Type: D1, D2, D3                                       LIQUOR PERMIT                         received by the Clerk of Council’s Office on
         ESQUIRE THEATRE LTD                                   APPLICATION                          09/22/11. The last day for the State to receive
         DBA ESQUIRE THEATRE                                                                        an objection is 10/24/11.
         320 LUDLOW AVE                           From the Department of Liquor Control
         CINCINNATI OHIO 45220                    Application No.: 3575500 TFOL                                   --------------------
Pursuant to Section 4303.261 of the Ohio          Permit Type: D5, D6
Revised Code, Council must notify the                      HANSAEM ENTERPRISE LTD                               LIQUOR PERMIT
Department of Liquor Control within                        LLC                                                   APPLICATION
thirty days if there is an objection to the                212 W MCMILLIAN ST
above permit. Notice of Application was                    CINCINNATI OHIO 45219                    From the Department of Liquor Control
received by the Clerk of Council’s Office on      Pursuant to Section 4303.261 of the Ohio          Application No.: 3575500 TFOL
09/22/11. The last day for the State to receive   Revised Code, Council must notify the             Permit Type: D5, D6
an objection is 10/24/11.                         Department of Liquor Control within                        HANSAEM ENTERPRISE LTD LLC
                                                  thirty days if there is an objection to the                212 W MCMILLIAN ST
              --------------------                above permit. Notice of Application was                    CINCINNATI OHIO 45219
                                                  received by the Clerk of Council’s Office on      Pursuant to Section 4303.261 of the Ohio
            LIQUOR PERMIT                         09/26/11. The last day for the State to receive   Revised Code, Council must notify the
             APPLICATION                          an objection is 10/24/11.                         Department of Liquor Control within
                                                                                                    thirty days if there is an objection to the
From the Department of Liquor Control                           --------------------                above permit. Notice of Application was
Application No.: 2553842 NEW                                                                        received by the Clerk of Council’s Office on
Permit Type: D3A                                              LIQUOR PERMIT                         09/26/11. The last day for the State to receive
         ESQUIRE THEATRE LTD                                   APPLICATION                          an objection is 10/24/11.
         DBA ESQUIRE THEATRE
         320 LUDLOW AVE                           From the Department of Liquor Control                           --------------------
         CINCINNATI OHIO 45220                    Application No.: 31889500215 TRFO
Pursuant to Section 4303.261 of the Ohio          Permit Type: C1. C2                                           PUBLIC HEARING
Revised Code, Council must notify the                      GILLIGAN OIL COMPANY LLC                                  before the
Department of Liquor Control within                        DBA GOCO                                     ZONING HEARING EXAMINER
thirty days if there is an objection to the                901 W EIGHTH ST                                Wednesday, October 12, 2011,
above permit. Notice of Application was                    CINCINNATI OHIO 45203                           3300 CENTRAL PARKWAY
received by the Clerk of Council’s Office on      Pursuant to Section 4303.261 of the Ohio                     CINCINNATI, OHIO
09/22/11. The last day for the State to receive   Revised Code, Council must notify the                                 ****
an objection is 10/24/11.                         Department of Liquor Control within               Case No.: ZH20110115
                                                  thirty days if there is an objection to the       Location: 392 BAUM ST CINC on
              --------------------                above permit. Notice of Application was           10/12/2011@ 9:30 am
                                                  received by the Clerk of Council’s Office on      Applicant: MATTHEW FENIK
            LIQUOR PERMIT                         09/27/11. The last day for the State to receive   Owner: METROPOLITAN DESIGN &
             APPLICATION                          an objection is 10/27/11.                         DEVELOPMENT
                                                                                                    Re: The applicant and/or owner are
From the Department of Liquor Control                           --------------------                requesting a Hillside Review along with a
Application No.: 6811151 NEW                                                                        variance from the front yard requirement and
Permit Type: D5                                                                                     any other relief required from the Zoning
         PERA MEDITERRANIA LLC                                                                      Code in order to permit the construction of
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a new single-family residence.                                 PUBLIC HEARING                       Book, Plat, Parcel: 0094-0008-0308
District: RM-2.0 Residential Multi-Family                            before the                     Applicant: DEPARTMENT OF
Zoning District                                         BOARD of HOUSING APPEALS                    COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
                                                                 October 13, 2011                   Owner: CITY OF CINCINNATI
              --------------------                         3300 CENTRAL PARKWAY                     Re: Suspension of Vacant building
                                                            CINCINNATI, OH 45225                    Maintenance License Fee
                                                    MAIN CONFERENCE ROOM, 1ST FL
             PUBLIC HEARING                                            ****                         Case No.: BHA2010171
                    before the                     All persons are hereby notified that the         Location: 1630 PLEASANT ST.
     ZONING HEARING EXAMINER                       properties listed below will be the subject of   Book, Plat, Parcel: 0094-0008-0048
       Wednesday, October 12, 2011,                a public hearing before the Board of Housing     Applicant: DEPARTMENT OF
         3300 CENTRAL PARKWAY                      Appeals at 1:00 P.M. on October 13, 2011.        COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
            CINCINNATI, OHIO                       Persons may appear at the hearing and            Owner: CITY OF CINCINNATI
                      ****                         present pertinent testimony that may assist      Re: Suspension of Vacant building
Case No.: ZH20110117                               the Board of Housing Appeals in reaching a       Maintenance License Fee
Location: 1622 BLAIR AV CINC on                    fair and equitable decision.
10/12/2011@ 9:45 am                                                                                 Case No.: BHA2010146
Applicant: WELLS MICHELLE H                        Case No.: BHA2011006                             Location: 68 SHADYBROOK DR.
Owner: WELLS MICHELLE H                            Location: 4226 W. 8TH ST                         Book, Plat, Parcel: 0244-0006-0021
Re: The applicant and/or owner are requesting      Book, Plat, Parcel: 0179-0078-0297               Applicant: DEPARTMENT OF
a Conditional Use and any other relief from the    Applicant: CINDY L HUNTER                        COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Zoning Code in order to permit the use of all      Owner: CINDY L HUNTER                            Owner: CITY OF CINCINNATI
levels of the existing building in a Commercial    Re: Suspension of the Vacant Building            Re: Suspension of Vacant building
Community district as a single family residence.   Maintenance License - Continuance                Maintenance License Fee
District: CC-M Commercial Community
District zoning district                           Case No.: BHA2011043                             Case No.: BHA2010156
                                                   Location: 3734 ANDREW AVE.                       Location: 842 LINCOLN AVE.
              --------------------                 Book, Plat, Parcel:0040-0004-0228                Book, Plat, Parcel: 0065-0002-0153
                                                   Applicant: JEWELL SHANE                          Applicant: DEPARTMENT OF
             PUBLIC HEARING                        Owner: JEWELL SHANE                              COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
                  before the                       Re: Appeal of CBC violation orders -             Owner: CITY OF CINCINNATI
     ZONING HEARING EXAMINER                       Continuance                                      Re: Suspension of Vacant building
       Wednesday, October 12, 2011,                                                                 Maintenance License Fee
        3300 CENTRAL PARKWAY                       Case No.: BHA2010186
           CINCINNATI, OHIO                        Location: 927 SUNSET AVE.                        Case No.: BHA2010157
                    ****                           Book, Plat, Parcel: 0179-0078-0088               Location: 844 LINCOLN AVE.
Case No.: ZH20110116                               Applicant: ALEXANDER OKOYE                       Book, Plat, Parcel: 0065-0002-0152
Location: 2487 HARRISON AV CINC on                 Owner: ALEXANDER OKOYE                           Applicant: DEPARTMENT OF
10/12/2011@ 10:00 am                               Re: Suspension of Vacant Building                COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Applicant: JAMES CICCHETTI                         Maintenance License Fee – Continuance            Owner: CITY OF CINCINNATI
Owner: CINCINNATI CITY OF                                                                           Re: Suspension of Vacant building
Re: The applicant and/or owner are                 Case No.: BHA2010143                             Maintenance License Fee
requesting a Conditional Use for a new fire        Location: 717 RIDGEWAY AVE.
station along with Variances for the number        Book, Plat, Parcel: 0105-0002-0030               Case No.: BHA2010172
of parking spaces and the maximum signage          Applicant: BEVERLY BLAKEY RAHEEM                 Location: 292 MCGREGOR AVE.
area and any other relief required from the        Owner: BEVERLY BLAKEY RAHEEM                     Book, Plat, Parcel: 0089-0002-0009
Zoning Code in order to construct a new fire       Re: Suspension of Vacant Maintenance             Applicant: DEPARTMENT OF
station for the City of Cincinnati.                License Fee Hearing - Continuance                COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
District: RM-2.0 & RM-1.2 zoning district                                                           Owner: THERESA DEBNAM
                                                   Case No.: BHA2010236                             Re: Suspension of Vacant building
              --------------------                 Location: 4527 INNES AVE.                        Maintenance License Fee
                                                   Book, Plat, Parcel: 0197-0039-0019
                                                   Applicant: J BRAND INTEREST LLC                  Case No.: BHA2010150
                                                   Owner: J BRAND INTEREST LLC                      Location: 1429 RACE ST.
                                                   Re: Suspension of Vacant Building                Book, Plat, Parcel: 0081-0002-0017
                                                   Maintenance License Fee – Continuance            Applicant: DEPARTMENT OF
                                                                                                    COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
                                                   Case No.: BHA2010151                             Owner: CITY OF CINCINNATI
                                                   Location: 1800 RACE ST.                          Re: Suspension of Vacant building
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Maintenance License Fee                Owner: COMMUNITY REVITALIZATION      Case No.: BHA2010264
                                       AGENCY                               Location: 841 HARLOTTE ST.
Case No.: BHA2010147                   Re: Suspension of Vacant building    Book, Plat, Parcel: 0132-0002-0151
Location: 771 MCMILLAN ST.             Maintenance License Fee              Applicant: MARK LENEAR
Book, Plat, Parcel: 0068-0003-0170                                          Owner: COMMUNITY REVITALIZATION
Applicant: DEPARTMENT OF               Case No.: BHA2010258                 AGENCY
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT                  Location: 1809 BAYMILLER ST.         Re: Suspension of Vacant building
Owner: CITY OF CINCINNATI              Book, Plat, Parcel: 0184-0003-0131   Maintenance License Fee
Re: Suspension of Vacant building      Applicant: MARK LENEAR
Maintenance License Fee                Owner: COMMUNITY REVITALIZATION      Case No.: BHA2010266
                                       AGENCY                               Location: 817 FINDLAY ST.
Case No.: BHA2010148                   Re: Suspension of Vacant building    Book, Plat, Parcel: 0133-0007-0029
Location: 773 MCMILLAN ST.             Maintenance License Fee              Applicant: MARK LENEAR
Book, Plat, Parcel: 0068-0003-0171                                          Owner: COMMUNITY REVITALIZATION
Applicant: DEPARTMENT OF               Case No.: BHA2010259                 AGENCY
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT                  Location: 1813 BAYMILLER ST.         Re: Suspension of Vacant building
Owner: CITY OF CINCINNATI              Book, Plat, Parcel: 0184-0003-0130   Maintenance License Fee
Re: Suspension of Vacant building      Applicant: MARK LENEAR
Maintenance License Fee                Owner: COMMUNITY REVITALIZATION                     ------------------
                                       AGENCY
Case No.: BHA2010177                   Re: Suspension of Vacant building       BOARD OF BUILDING APPEALS
Location: 4143 DANE AVE.               Maintenance License Fee                          AGENDA
Book, Plat, Parcel: 0221-0019-0177                                                  OCTOBER 6, 2011
Applicant: DEPARTMENT OF               Case No.: BHA2010260                             1:30 P.M.
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT                  Location: 1817 BAYMILLER ST.
Owner: CITY OF CINCINNATI              Book, Plat, Parcel: 0184-0003-0129   1. 24-11 5050 KINGSLEY DRIVE
Re: Suspension of Vacant building      Applicant: MARK LENEAR               (CURRIER)
Maintenance License Fee                Owner: COMMUNITY REVITALIZATION
                                       AGENCY                               Please be advised that the Board of Building
Case No.: BHA2011119                   Re: Suspension of Vacant building    Appeals will hear the above case(s) on
Location: 124 W. ELDER ST.             Maintenance License Fee              Thursday, October 6, 2011 at 1:30 p.m.
Book, Plat, Parcel: 0094-0008-0249                                          in the First Floor Conference Room of the
Applicant: RICHARD HOUSE               Case No.: BHA2010261                 Business Development and Permit Center
Owner: MYSTIC CAFÉ LOFTS II LTD        Location: 1819 BAYMILLER ST.         located at 3300 Central Parkway.
Re: Suspension of Vacant Maintenance   Book, Plat, Parcel: 0184-0003-0128
License Fee – Extension                Applicant: MARK LENEAR                              ------------------
                                       Owner: COMMUNITY REVITALIZATION
Case No.: BHA2010255                   AGENCY                                  NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
Location: 1800-04 BAYMILLER ST.        Re: Suspension of Vacant building
Book, Plat, Parcel: 0132-0002-0170     Maintenance License Fee              ALL    PERSONS    ARE   HEREBY
Applicant: MARK LENEAR                                                      NOTIFIED THAT THE BUILDINGS
Owner: COMMUNITY REVITALIZATION        Case No.: BHA2010262                 LISTED BELOW WILL BE THE
AGENCY                                 Location: 1901 BAYMILLER ST.         SUBJECT OF A PUBLIC HEARING
Re: Suspension of Vacant building      Book, Plat, Parcel: 0184-0003-0071   AT 2:00 PM, ON THE DATES LISTED
Maintenance License Fee                Applicant: MARK LENEAR               IN THE J. MARTIN GRIESEL ROOM,
                                       Owner: COMMUNITY REVITALIZATION      TWO CENTENNIAL PLAZA.
Case No.: BHA2010256                   AGENCY
Location: 1803 BAYMILLER ST.           Re: Suspension of Vacant building    The list below shows the initial determination
Book, Plat, Parcel: 0184-0003-0134     Maintenance License Fee              of Historic Significance by the Urban
Applicant: MARK LENEAR                                                      Conservator of the public nuisance properties.
Owner: COMMUNITY REVITALIZATION        Case No.: BHA2010263                 Properties determination not Historically
AGENCY                                 Location: 1906 FREEMAN AV.           Significant by the Urban and constitute a
Re: Suspension of Vacant building      Book, Plat, Parcel: 0184-0003-0089   public nuisance may be demolished.
Maintenance License Fee                Applicant: MARK LENEAR
                                       Owner: COMMUNITY REVITALIZATION      Anyone may appear at the hearings and
Case No.: BHA2010257                   AGENCY                               present pertinent testimony, WITH
Location: 1807 BAYMILLER ST.           Re: Suspension of Vacant building    DOCUMENTATION, that may assist the
Book, Plat, Parcel: 0184-0003-0132     Maintenance License Fee              Urban Conservator in determining that
Applicant: MARK LENEAR                                                      a property determined not of Historic
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Significance, in fact, should be determined      made by the Urban Conservator.               THE      FOLLOWING         PROPERTIES
Historically Significant, or present evidence                                                 WILL BE THE SUBJECT OF A
that the determination should be reviewed to     Properties Determined Not Historically       PUBLIC HEARING SCHEDULED FOR
remove or add listed properties.                 Significant                                  DECEMBER 5, 2011. They are listed by
                                                  3610 MARIA ST                               the Determination of Historic Significance
For questions regarding determination            1649 STATE AV                                made by the Urban Conservator
of Historic Significance, or other matters       815 CHATEAU AV
relating to historic conservation, please        3241 FAIRFIELD AV                            Properties Determined Not Historically
contact the Urban Conservator within seven       2325 VINE ST                                 Significant
days of the publication of this notice.          248 RENNER ST                                1709 WICKHAM PL
                                                 1610 STATE AV                                1621 OTTE AV
These hearings are being held pursuant to        292 MCGREGOR AV                              1258 RUTLEDGE AV
the regulations set forth in Section 1101-57     1805 BALTIMORE AV                            6527 PARKLAND AV
“Demolition or Repair of Buildings” of the       2549 SEEGAR AV                               4265 WILLIAMSON PL
Cincinnati Building Code. Individuals with       2544 BEEKMAN                                 4238 FERGUS ST
disabilities who need reasonable accommodation   3620 BORDEN ST                               1228 SUNSET AV
or special modifications to participate should   4127 WITLER ST                               1113 GILSEY AV
contact Larry D. Harris, Urban Conservator, II   1608 HOFFNER ST                              2280 HARRISON AV
Centennial Plaza, 805 Central Avenue, Suite      3061 MOOSEWOOD AV                            1040 MCPHERSON AV
720, Phone: 352-4848, Fax: 352-4853, larry.      261 RENNER ST                                2714 W 8TH ST
harris@cincinnati-oh.gov in advance.             7866 NEWBEDFORD                              2737 W MCMICKEN AV
                                                 3120 ILLINOIS AV                             4410 RIVER RD
THE      FOLLOWING         PROPERTIES            3788 HILLSIDE AV                             2207 MOON LN
WILL BE THE SUBJECT OF A                         3124 ILLINOIS AV                             2923 GLENWAY AV
PUBLIC HEARING SCHEDULED FOR                     3240 GAFF AV                                 20 GLEN ESTE PL
OCTOBER 17, 2011. They are listed by             2639 STANTON AV                              2322 CENTRAL PKWY
the Determination of Historic Significance                                                    1824 FAIRFAX AV
made by the Urban Conservator.                   THE      FOLLOWING         PROPERTIES        654 STEINER AV
                                                 WILL BE THE SUBJECT OF A                     2483 GALVIN AV
Properties Determined Not Historically           PUBLIC HEARING SCHEDULED FOR
Significant                                      NOVEMBER 21, 2011. They are listed by                       ------------------
1615 DENHAM ST                                   the Determination of Historic Significance
1635 DENHAM ST                                   made by the Urban Conservator                METROPOLITAN SEWER DISTRICT
1641 DENHAM ST                                                                                    OF GREATER CINCINNATI
1645 DENHAM ST                                   Properties Determined Not Historically         REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
1647 DENHAM ST                                   Significant                                             (RFQ) FOR
1727 DENHAM ST                                   3143 GAFF AV                                 AS-NEEDED DEMOLITION SERVICES
1651 ILIFF AV                                    2913 MONFORT ST
3573 GLENWOOD PL                                 1752 GILSEY AV                               SEALED Statements of Qualifications
3449 HALLWOOD PL                                 3031 MCHENRY AV                              will be received by the Metropolitan Sewer
3545 EDEN AV                                     2517 STANTON AV                              District of Greater Cincinnati (MSDGC):
3553 EDEN AV                                     1781 PULTE ST
3577 VAN ANTWERP PL                              1322 KNOWLTON ST                             UNTIL 1:30 PM               ON      TUESDAY
3554 GLENWOOD PL                                 2622 HEMLOCK ST                              OCTOBER 4, 2011
1153 ROSSMORE AV                                 4500 GLENWAY AV
503 TAFEL ST                                     965 ELBERON AV                               The Metropolitan Sewer District of
2846 HOFF AV                                     963 WELLS ST                                 Greater Cincinnati (“MSDGC”) requests
3913 DUMONT ST                                   925 VOSS ST                                  Qualifications Statements from interested firms
1426 BOWMAN AV                                   2131 COLERAIN AV                             to perform building and structure demolition
1712 MINION AV                                   2133 COLERAIN AV                             work on an as-needed basis through the use
3609 MARIA ST                                    817 MCPHERSON AV                             of a Master Services Agreement (MSA). The
813 SUMMIT AV                                    5017 KENWOOD                                 work includes entire completed removal or
911 CHATEAU AV                                   1615 DEWEY AV                                demolition of a building or structure or the
                                                 2911 WARSAW AV                               various separately identifiable parts thereof
THE      FOLLOWING         PROPERTIES            4925 EASTERN AV                              required to be provided under the Contract
WILL BE THE SUBJECT OF A                         933 WELLS ST                                 Documents. Work is the result of performing
PUBLIC HEARING SCHEDULED FOR                     461 CRESTLINE AV                             services, furnishing labor and providing and
OCTOBER 31, 2011. They are listed by             2312 WILDER AV                               incorporating materials onto the demolition
the Determination of Historic Significance                                                    site all as required by the Contract Documents.
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These services shall be delivered as promulgated   bid opening location will be announced on         maintenance, and bypass pumping. The
by Task Orders during the term of the MSA          the date scheduled for bid open at the entrance   work takes place in the City of Cincinnati’s
beginning approximately November 1, 2011           of the New Administration Building, 1081          East End neighborhood. There will be No
and ending December 31, 2013. MSDGC                Woodrow Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, 45204.          Pre – Bid Meeting for this project.
anticipates three one-year renewal options.
                                                   As of 09/20/2011, Bid Documents may be            The contractor shall complete the work within
As of Tuesday, SEPTEMBER 20, 2011,                 obtained only from MSDGC Plan Sales, New          twelve month(s) of the “Notice to Proceed”
the Request for Qualifications may be              Administration Building, 1081 Woodrow             date. The contractor shall pay liquidated
obtained from the MSDGC website (www.              Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45204 for $200.00.       damages for each consecutive calendar day
msdgc.org). MSDGC strongly encourages              The documents include: . Questions on this        of delay thereafter in the amount provided
prospective parties to frequently monitor          project or any part of the bidding documents      in the Bidding Booklet and/or the “Schedule
the MSDGC website (www.msdgc.org) for              must be sent via e-mail to Mr. Donald Cahill,     of Liquidated Damages,” Section 108.07,
project updates and addenda.                       Contract Administration Supervisor at MSD.        O.D.O.T. (Latest Edition).
                                                   CAS@cincinnati-oh.gov by the established
Any inquires or requests for clarifications to     deadline. The deadline for questions is 1:30      Bids should be accompanied by the ‘Bid
this RFQ must be submitted in writing by           PM on Tuesday, October 4, 2011.                   Guaranty and Contract Bond,’ certified check,
no later than TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 27,                                                                  or letter of credit drawn on a solvent bank in
2011 AT 1:30 PM LOCAL TIME. Requests               Bidder must make package delivery                 an amount not less than ten percent (10%)
must identify the organization making the          arrangements via UPS or other parcel              of the bid amount, and in no event shall be
request, the appropriate contact person            delivery service through MSDGC Plan Sales,        less than five hundred dollars ($500.00).
within the organization, current contact           (513) 557-7118. This purchase is non-             After Bid Opening and upon notification,
information, the reference information for         refundable. NOTE: If bidder plans to send         the apparent low bidder will need to obtain
the section of the RFQ requiring clarification,    bid through a parcel delivery service, the        proof of Workers Compensation coverage
and a clear and concise description of the         bidder is responsible to guarantee receipt at     and a certificate of insurance within three
question or clarification requested. All           MSDGC by the bid opening date and time.           (3) business days, naming MSDGC as the
inquiries should be addressed in writing via       MSDGC does not acknowledge receipt of             primary insured and the Hamilton County,
e-mail to Donald Cahill:                           bids other than those retrieved from the          Ohio Board of County Commissioners and
                                                   “MSDGC Bid Box” at the bid date and time.         the City of Cincinnati as additional persons
TO:     Mr. Donald Cahill                                                                            insured. See §107.12 of the City of Cincinnati
E-mail: donald.cahill@cincinnati-oh.gov            Plan Holders/Bidders MUST provide                 Supplement for further certificate of insurance
Phone: (513) 557-7105                              MSDGC with current name, address,                 requirements and limits of liability.
                                                   telephone, e-mail address and fax number
All applicants will be subject to the provisions   information. Plan Holders/Bidders must            The established SBE Participation Goal
of the MSDGC Contract Compliance                   keep this information current and provide         for this project is: 20%. All bidders will also
Program regarding equal employment                 any changes to MSDGC.                MSDGC        be subject to the provisions of the MSDGC
opportunity. The City of Cincinnati reserves       strongly encourages prospective bidders to        Contract Compliance Program regarding
the right to reject any or all submittals or to    frequently monitor the MSDGC website              equal employment opportunity and to the
waive any technicalities, if the best interests    (www.MSDGC.org) for project updates and           Prevailing Wage Law. The City of Cincinnati
of the City will be promoted thereby.              addenda. Project Addenda or other post            reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to
                                                   plan sale written communications will be          waive technicalities, or to advertise for new
                ------------------                 posted to the project website and also sent via   bids, if the best interests of the City will be
                                                   e-mail to the current e-mail address the Plan     promoted thereby.
METROPOLITAN SEWER DISTRICT                        Holder provided during the plan sale for this
    OF GREATER CINCINNATI                          project. MSDGC will not be responsible or         Bids and award of contract may be held by the
        LEGAL NOTICE                               liable for project addenda or other post plan     City of Cincinnati for a period not to exceed
LITTLE MIAMI WWTP - FOUR MILE                      sale written communications that are not          sixty (60) business days from the date of bid
 PUMP STATION IMPROVEMENTS                         received by the bidder due to incorrect or        opening, for the purpose of reviewing the
    PROJECT ID NO. 10270060                        out-of-date contact information.                  bids and investigating the qualifications of
                                                                                                     the Bidders prior to awarding the Contract.
SEALED BIDS will be received at the                In general, the work consists of improvements
Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater             at the Four Mile Pump Station located at the               CITY OF CINCINNATI
Cincinnati (MSDGC):                                Little Miami WWTP. The project involves                     Milton R. Dohoney, Jr.
                                                   the repair of one and replacement of six                        City Manager
UNTIL 1:30 PM on Tuesday, October 18,              sluice gates, repair of nine and replacement
2011                                               of four knife gate valves, installation of 13                     ------------------
                                                   electric actuators, replacement of five cones
at which time said bids will be OPENED and         valves with plug valves, installation of
publicly READ at the offices of MSDGC for          compress air system, HVAC improvements,
construction of the above named project. The       replacement of seal water system, bar screen
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METROPOLITAN SEWER DISTRICT                       e-mail to the current e-mail address the Plan        Prevailing Wage Law. The City of Cincinnati
   OF GREATER CINCINNATI                          Holder provided during the plan sale for this        reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to
       LEGAL NOTICE                               project. MSDGC will not be responsible or            waive technicalities, or to advertise for new
     STOVER AVE. SEWER                            liable for project addenda or other post plan        bids, if the best interests of the City will be
       REPLACEMENT                                sale written communications that are not             promoted thereby.
   PROJECT ID NO. 10240014                        received by the bidder due to incorrect or
                                                  out-of-date contact information.                     Bids and award of contract may be held by the
SEALED BIDS will be received at the                                                                    City of Cincinnati for a period not to exceed
Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater            This project consists of replacement of 400’         sixty (60) business days from the date of bid
Cincinnati (MSDGC):                               of 8’’ deteriorated sanitary sewer. It is located    opening, for the purpose of reviewing the
                                                  in the Village of Golf Manor, Hamilton               bids and investigating the qualifications of
UNTIL 1:30 PM on Tuesday, November 1,             County, Ohio and begins in the southeast             the Bidders prior to awarding the Contract.
2011                                              corner of the intersection of Losantiville and
                                                  Stover Avenues and runs southward along                        CITY OF CINCINNATI
at which time said bids will be OPENED and        Stover Ave. approximately 400’ To 6447                             City Manager
publicly READ at the offices of MSDGC for         Stover Ave. The sewer is in the street Right
construction of the above named project. The      of Way between the curb and the sidewalk.                            ------------------
bid opening location will be announced on         Village of Golf Manor, Hamilton County,
the date scheduled for bid open at the entrance   Ohio. There will be No Pre-Bid Meeting.                            NOTICE
of the New Administration Building, 1081                                                                       CITY OF CINCINNATI
Woodrow Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, 45204.          The contractor shall complete the work within              REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
                                                  three month(s) of the “Notice to Proceed”
As of 10/04/2011, Bid Documents may be            date. The contractor shall pay liquidated              MODERN STREETCAR VEHICLE
obtained only from MSDGC Plan Sales, New          damages for each consecutive calendar day              RFP# REF233STREETCAR081811
Administration Building, 1081 Woodrow             of delay thereafter in the amount provided
Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45204 for $100.00.       in the Bidding Booklet and/or the “Schedule          The City of Cincinnati seeks qualified Proposers
The documents include: Volume 1 & Plans.          of Liquidated Damages,” Section 108.07,              to submit proposals to supply five (5) low floor
Questions on this project or any part of the      O.D.O.T. (Latest Edition).                           modern streetcar vehicles, with options for up
bidding documents must be sent via e-mail to                                                           to twenty-five (25) additional streetcars, and
Mr. Donald Cahill, Contract Administration        Bids should be accompanied by the ‘Bid               associated materials and services as part of the
Supervisor at MSD.CAS@cincinnati-oh.gov           Guaranty and Contract Bond,’ certified check,        Cincinnati Streetcar - Phase 1. The Cincinnati
by the established deadline. The deadline for     or letter of credit drawn on a solvent bank in       Streetcar is a fixed rail, modern streetcar
questions is 1:30 PM on Tuesday, October          an amount not less than ten percent (10%)            system that will connect the Central Business
18, 2011.                                         of the bid amount, and in no event shall be          District to two neighborhoods just north of
                                                  less than five hundred dollars ($500.00).            Downtown: Over-the-Rhine (OTR), a low-
Bidder must make package delivery                 After Bid Opening and upon notification,             income, minority community; and Uptown,
arrangements via UPS or other parcel              the apparent low bidder will need to obtain          the region’s second largest employment center
delivery service through MSDGC Plan               proof of Workers Compensation coverage               and home to the University of Cincinnati.
Sales, (513) 557-7118. This purchase is non-      and a certificate of insurance within three
refundable. NOTE: If bidder plans to send         (3) business days, naming MSDGC as the               This project will be funded in part by the
bid through a parcel delivery service, the        primary insured and the Hamilton County,             Federal Transit Administration through an
bidder is responsible to guarantee receipt at     Ohio Board of County Commissioners                   Intergovernmental Agreement with the Southwest
MSDGC by the bid opening date and time.           and the City of Cincinnati as additional             Ohio Regional Transit Authority (SORTA).
MSDGC does not acknowledge receipt of             persons insured. See §107.12 of the City of          Proposers must comply with all applicable federal
bids other than those retrieved from the          Cincinnati Supplement for further certificate        requirements, including, but not limited to.
“MSDGC Bid Box” at the bid date and time.         of insurance requirements and limits of
                                                  liability. The contractor is hereby notified that    Equal Employment Opportunity
Plan Holders/Bidders MUST provide                 the Bid Matrix and/or ‘Bidder Qualifications         The Contractor agrees to comply, and assures
MSDGC with current name, address,                 Questionnaire’ must also accompany each bid          the compliance of each subcontractor, lessee,
telephone, e-mail address and fax number          submittal and will be used to evaluate the lowest,   third party contractor, or other participant
information. Plan Holders/Bidders must            responsive, responsible bid. Further details on      at any tier of the Project, with all equal
keep this information current and provide         this questionnaire and the award criteria used       employment opportunity (“EEO”) provisions
any changes to MSDGC. MSDGC strongly              are contained in the bidding booklet.                of 49 U.S.C. § 5332, with Title VII of the
encourages prospective bidders to frequently                                                           Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, 42
monitor the MSDGC website (www.                   The established SBE Participation Goal               U.S.C. § 2000e et seq., and implementing
MSDGC.org) for project updates and                for this project is: 20%. All bidders will also      Federal regulations and any later amendments
addenda. Project Addenda or other post            be subject to the provisions of the MSDGC            thereto. Except to the extent FTA determines
plan sale written communications will be          Contract Compliance Program regarding                otherwise in writing, the Contractor also
posted to the project website and also sent via   equal employment opportunity and to the              agrees to follow all applicable Federal EEO
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directives that may be issued.                    be complete, including cost information and         for submitting all related materials is:
                                                  with the signature of an Offeror’s representative
Disadvantaged Business Enterprise                 authorized to bind the company.                         October 11, 2011 at 4:00PM EST
To the extent authorized by Federal law, the
Contractor agrees to facilitate participation     Proposals will be considered incomplete if              Late submittals will not be accepted.
by Disadvantaged Business Enterprises (each,      they do not bear the signature of an agent
a “DBE”) in the Project and assures that each     of the Offeror who is in a position to bind                         ------------------
subcontractor, lessee, third party contractor,    a contract. The proposal can be withdrawn
or other participant at any tier of the Project   at any time, if requested in writing, until                       NOTICE
will facilitate participation by DBEs in the      the deadline date, at which time it will be                 CITY OF CINCINNATI
Project to the extent applicable                  considered firm.                                          DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE

This is only a notice. A complete copy of the     The Offeror assumes the responsibility for all        REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
RFP, including all instructions to Proposers      costs incurred in responding to this RFP. It          FOR HEALTHCARE CONSULTANT
and Technical Specifications can be obtained      is understood and agreed that the City of
online through the City Purchasing Division’s     Cincinnati assumes no liability for the Offeror’s   SCOPE OF SERVICES
Vendor Self Service (VSS) system at:              costs incurred in responding to this RFP.           The healthcare consultant responding to this
                                                                                                      RFQ may be asked to conform, provide, or
http://www.cincinnati-oh.gov/                     Person from whom to obtain information              assist in the following services:
cityfinance/pages/-35685-/                        and submit the proposal: Interested                       • Function as an independent
                                                  Offerors must direct questions to: John T.                  contractor, with all policy decisions
A PRE-PROPOSAL MEETING has been                   Walsh, City Treasurer, 801 Plum Street,                     made by the City and administered
scheduled for: September 26, 2011 at 1:00         Room 202, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202, Fax                       by the healthcare consultant.
PM in Cincinnati City Hall, Room 115,             352-6984, John.walsh@cincinnati-oh.gov                    • Provide advice to the City in the
801 Plum Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202                                                                       preparation of request for proposals
                                                  And submit their proposals to: Deanna                       or bids for other professional services
Proposals submitted in response to this RFP       Brown, Interim City Purchasing Agent/                       related to healthcare; assist with
must be received no later than October 28,        Finance Manager, Purchasing Division, 805                   the review and evaluation of the
2011 at 4:00 PM, Eastern Time. Late               Central Avenue, Suite 234, Cincinnati, Ohio                 submitted bids.
submittals will not be accepted. Questions        45202-1947                                                • Monthly/quarterly         analysis   of
may be directed to: Nate Mullanney,                                                                           healthcare claims operation including
Cincinnati Purchasing Division, at Nate.          Included in the proposal should be the                      revenue and expenses.
Mullanney@cincinnati-oh.gov.                      name, address, and telephone number of the                • Perform strategic planning and
                                                  person who is responsible for presenting the                benchmarking.
               ------------------                 proposal, if a presentation is required.                  • Provide plan design alternatives
                                                                                                              and complete an analysis of savings
              NOTICE                              All Offerors will be subject to the provisions              attributable to design changed
        CITY OF CINCINNATI                        in the City of Cincinnati Municipal                       • Assist and advise the City during union
      DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE                       Code regarding the Equal Employment                         negotiations and contract negotiations.
                                                  Opportunity Program contained in                          • Monitor and measure performance of
      REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS                       Chapter 325 (Ordinance 331-1999) of the                     current providers
       FOR BANKING SERVICES                       Cincinnati Municipal Code and the Small                   • Provide pricing and projections.
                                                  Business Enterprise Program contained                     • Perform healthcare claim and
SCOPE OF SERVICES                                 in Chapter 323 (Ordinance 335-1999) of                      dependent audits.
The objective of this Request for Proposal        the Cincinnati Municipal Code, and any                    • Advise on and analyze Health &
(RFP) is to identify the banking institutions     applicable amendments thereto.          More                Wellness Program data.
that can offer the highest quality service at     detailed information on these programs                    • Other related services as requested by
the lowest cost to taxpayers. This process also   may be obtained by contacting the Office of                 the City.
provides the City the opportunity to explore      Contract Compliance, 805 Central Avenue,
new methods that could improve its banking        Two Centennial Plaza, Suite 222, Cincinnati,        RFP Submissions
and cash management capabilities.                 Ohio, 45202, telephone (513) 352-3144.              Written, sealed proposals must be submitted
                                                                                                      no later than October 28, 2011 at 4:00PM
RFP Submissions                                   This is only a notice. Copies of the complete       EST. Offerors should submit One (1)
Written, sealed proposals must be submitted       Request for Proposal can be obtained by             Original and Four (4) Complete Copies
no later than October 11, 2011 at 4:00PM          going to http://www.cincinnati-oh.gov/              of the Statement of Qualifications (SOQ)
EST. Offerors should submit one signed            cityfinance/pages/-7764-/ or from the City          with all appropriate items and questions
original and (4) four complete copies of the      of Cincinnati Purchasing Division                   documented. All proposals must be complete,
proposal document with all appropriate items                                                          including cost information and with the
and questions documented. All proposals must      The Deadline for responding to this RFP and         signature of an Offeror’s representative
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authorized to bind the company.                         Late submittals will not be accepted.           Finance Manager, Purchasing Division, 805
                                                                                                        Central Avenue, Suite 234, Cincinnati, Ohio
Proposals will be considered incomplete if                          ------------------                  45202-1947
they do not bear the signature of an agent
of the Offeror who is in a position to bind                      NOTICE                                 Included in the proposal should be the
a contract. The proposal can be withdrawn                  CITY OF CINCINNATI                           name, address, and telephone number of the
at any time, if requested in writing, until            DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY                          person who is responsible for presenting the
the deadline date, at which time it will be                  DEVELOPMENT                                proposal, if a presentation is required.
considered firm.
                                                        REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS                           All Offerors will be subject to the provisions
The Offeror assumes the responsibility for all       FOR SMALL BUSINESS TECHNICAL                       in the City of Cincinnati Municipal
costs incurred in responding to this RFP. It              ASSISTANCE SERVICES                           Code regarding the Equal Employment
is understood and agreed that the City of                                                               Opportunity Program contained in
Cincinnati assumes no liability for the Offeror’s   SCOPE OF SERVICES                                   Chapter 325 (Ordinance 331-1999) of the
costs incurred in responding to this RFP.           The Offeror shall provide one-on-one                Cincinnati Municipal Code and the Small
                                                    business counseling, customized business            Business Enterprise Program contained
Person from whom to obtain information              coaching and technical consultation for 100         in Chapter 323 (Ordinance 335-1999) of
and submit the proposal: Interested Offerors        microenterprises during the contract period.        the Cincinnati Municipal Code, and any
must direct questions to: Karen Alder, 805          Assistance should be provided to both new           applicable amendments thereto.          More
Central Avenue, Suite 100, Cincinnati, Ohio         and existing micro-enterprises on an as             detailed information on these programs
45202, E-mail: karen.alder@cincinnati-oh.           needed basis. The Offeror shall be proficient       may be obtained by contacting the Office of
gov, Fax: 513-352-3761                              in the administration and execution of              Contract Compliance, 805 Central Avenue,
                                                    technical assistance programs.                      Two Centennial Plaza, Suite 222, Cincinnati,
And submit their proposals to: Purchasing                                                               Ohio, 45202, telephone (513) 352-3144.
Division, City of Cincinnati, Two Centennial        RFP Submissions
Plaza, 805 Central Avenue, Suite 234,               Written, sealed proposals must be submitted         This is only a notice. Copies of the complete
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202                              no later than October 20, 2011 at 3:00PM            Request for Proposal can be obtained by
                                                    EST. Offerors should submit a signed original       going to http://www.cincinnati-oh.gov/
Included in the proposal should be the              and two complete copies of the proposal             cityfinance/pages/-7764-/ or from the City
name, address, and telephone number of the          document with all appropriate items and             of Cincinnati Purchasing Division
person who is responsible for presenting the        questions documented. All proposals must be
proposal, if a presentation is required.            complete, including cost information and with       The Deadline for responding to this RFP and
                                                    the signature of an Offeror’s representative        for submitting all related materials is:
All Offerors will be subject to the provisions      authorized to bind the company.
in the City of Cincinnati Municipal                                                                         October 20, 2011 at 3:00PM EST
Code regarding the Equal Employment                 Proposals will be considered incomplete if
Opportunity Program contained in                    they do not bear the signature of an agent              Late submittals will not be accepted.
Chapter 325 (Ordinance 331-1999) of the             of the Offeror who is in a position to bind
Cincinnati Municipal Code and the Small             a contract. The proposal can be withdrawn                          ------------------
Business Enterprise Program contained               at any time, if requested in writing, until
in Chapter 323 (Ordinance 335-1999) of              the deadline date, at which time it will be                      NOTICE
the Cincinnati Municipal Code, and any              considered firm.                                           CITY OF CINCINNATI
applicable amendments thereto.          More                                                               DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY
detailed information on these programs              The Offeror assumes the responsibility for all               DEVELOPMENT
may be obtained by contacting the Office of         costs incurred in responding to this RFP. It
Contract Compliance, 805 Central Avenue,            is understood and agreed that the City of                 REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
Two Centennial Plaza, Suite 222, Cincinnati,        Cincinnati assumes no liability for the Offeror’s        FOR SMALL BUSINESS LOAN
Ohio, 45202, telephone (513) 352-3144.              costs incurred in responding to this RFP.                PORTFOLIO MANAGEMENT
                                                    Person from whom to obtain information
This is only a notice. Copies of the complete       and submit the proposal: Interested Offerors        SCOPE OF SERVICES
Request for Proposal can be obtained by             must direct questions to: Gerald E. Fortson,        The Offeror of a small business access-
going to http://www.cincinnati-oh.gov/              Sr. Development Officer, Department of              to-capital services contract shall provide
cityfinance/pages/-7764-/ or from the City          Community Development, Centennial Plaza             loan fund administration, servicing
of Cincinnati Purchasing Division                   Two, 805 Central Avenue, Suite 700, Cincinnati,     and maintenance, as well as portfolio
                                                    Ohio 45202-1947, Fax: 513.352.6257, Gerald.         management. The small business loan fund
The Deadline for responding to this RFP and         fortson@cincinnati-oh.gov                           shall provide capital for fixed assets and
for submitting all related materials is:                                                                working capital to microenterprises located
                                                    And submit their proposals to: Deanna               in the City of Cincinnati. The purpose of
     October 28, 2011 at 4:00PM EST                 Brown, Interim City Purchasing Agent/               the loan fund is to encourage the expansion
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and increase the capacity of Cincinnati-based       detailed information on these programs               Offeror’s representative authorized to bind
microenterprises by providing debt financing        may be obtained by contacting the Office of          the company.
and access to technical assistance.                 Contract Compliance, 805 Central Avenue,
                                                    Two Centennial Plaza, Suite 222, Cincinnati,         Proposals will be considered incomplete if
RFP Submissions                                     Ohio, 45202, telephone (513) 352-3144.               they do not bear the signature of an agent
Written, sealed proposals must be submitted                                                              of the Offeror who is in a position to bind
no later than October 20, 2011 at 3:00PM            This is only a notice. Copies of the complete        a contract. The proposal can be withdrawn
EST. Offerors should submit a signed original       Request for Proposal can be obtained by              at any time, if requested in writing, until
and two complete copies of the proposal             going to http://www.cincinnati-oh.gov/               the deadline date, at which time it will be
document with all appropriate items and             cityfinance/pages/-7764-/ or from the City           considered firm.
questions documented. All proposals must be         of Cincinnati Purchasing Division
complete, including cost information and with                                                            The Offeror assumes the responsibility for all
the signature of an Offeror’s representative        The Deadline for responding to this RFP and          costs incurred in responding to this RFQ. It
authorized to bind the company.                     for submitting all related materials is:             is understood and agreed that the City of
                                                                                                         Cincinnati assumes no liability for the Offeror’s
Proposals will be considered incomplete if              October 20, 2011 at 3:00PM EST                   costs incurred in responding to this RFQ.
they do not bear the signature of an agent
of the Offeror who is in a position to bind             Late submittals will not be accepted.            Person from whom to obtain information
a contract. The proposal can be withdrawn                                                                and submit the proposal: Interested
at any time, if requested in writing, until                         ------------------                   Offerors must direct questions to: Russell
the deadline date, at which time it will be                                                              Hairston, Department of Community
considered firm.                                                 NOTICE                                  Development, City of Cincinnati, 805
                                                           CITY OF CINCINNATI                            Central Avenue, 7th Floor, Cincinnati,
The Offeror assumes the responsibility for all         DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY                           OH 45202, Fax: 513.352.6123, Russell.
costs incurred in responding to this RFP. It                 DEVELOPMENT                                 Hairston@cincinnati-oh.gov
is understood and agreed that the City of
Cincinnati assumes no liability for the Offeror’s    REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS                          Interested Offerors must submit their
costs incurred in responding to this RFP.           FOR ARCHITECTURAL/INSPECTION                         proposals to: Purchasing Division, Two
                                                              SERVICES                                   Centennial Plaza, 805 Central Avenue, Suite
Person from whom to obtain information                                                                   234, Cincinnati, OH 45202.
and submit the proposal: Interested Offerors        SCOPE OF SERVICES
must direct questions to: Gerald E. Fortson,        Offeror will be expected to perform the              Included in the proposal should be the
Sr. Development Officer, Department of              services below on an as-needed basis. In all         name, address, and telephone number of the
Community Development, Centennial Plaza             cases, the Offeror is expected to determine          person who is responsible for presenting the
Two, 805 Central Avenue, Suite 700, Cincinnati,     which local, state, federal, or other                proposal, if a presentation is required.
Ohio 45202-1947, Fax: 513.352.6257, Gerald.         construction/building standards must be
fortson@cincinnati-oh.gov                           considered, and the hierarchy of compliance          All Offerors will be subject to the provisions
                                                    should more than one apply.                          in the City of Cincinnati Municipal
And submit their proposals to: Deanna                                                                    Code regarding the Equal Employment
Brown, Interim City Purchasing Agent/               The City is requesting statements of qualification   Opportunity Program contained in
Finance Manager, Purchasing Division, 805           within the following functional areas:               Chapter 325 (Ordinance 331-1999) of the
Central Avenue, Suite 234, Cincinnati, Ohio         A) Architectural Services                            Cincinnati Municipal Code and the Small
45202-1947                                          B) Inspection Services, Including Long-term          Business Enterprise Program contained
                                                    Monitoring                                           in Chapter 323 (Ordinance 335-1999) of
Included in the proposal should be the                                                                   the Cincinnati Municipal Code, and any
name, address, and telephone number of the          Offerors may request consideration for one           applicable amendments thereto.          More
person who is responsible for presenting the        or both of the functional areas. Services            detailed information on these programs
proposal, if a presentation is required.            rendered will be compensated at a fixed rate         may be obtained by contacting the Office of
                                                    of $100.00 per hour.                                 Contract Compliance, 805 Central Avenue,
All Offerors will be subject to the provisions      RFQ Submissions                                      Two Centennial Plaza, Suite 222, Cincinnati,
in the City of Cincinnati Municipal                                                                      Ohio, 45202, telephone (513) 352-3144.
Code regarding the Equal Employment                 Written, sealed proposals must be submitted
Opportunity Program contained in                    no later than Friday, November 4, 2011               This is only a notice. Copies of the complete
Chapter 325 (Ordinance 331-1999) of the             at 4:00PM EST. Offerors should submit a              Request for Qualifications can be obtained
Cincinnati Municipal Code and the Small             signed original and eight (8) complete copies        by going to http://www.cincinnati-oh.gov/
Business Enterprise Program contained               of the proposal document with all appropriate        cityfinance/pages/-7764-/ or from the City
in Chapter 323 (Ordinance 335-1999) of              items and questions documented. All                  of Cincinnati Purchasing Division
the Cincinnati Municipal Code, and any              proposals must be complete, including cost
applicable amendments thereto.          More        information and with the signature of an             The Deadline for responding to this RFQ
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and for submitting all related materials is:
                                                        PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT
Friday, November 4, 2011 at 4:00PM EST
                                                   Pursuant to Section 117.38 of the Ohio
     Late submittals will not be accepted.         Revised Code, the City of Cincinnati’s 2010
                                                   Comprehensive Annual Financial Report
                ------------------                 (CAFR) has been completed and filed with
                                                   the Auditor of State.
   NOTICE OF A PUBLIC HEARING
       BEFORE THE HISTORIC                         The report is available at the office of the
       CONSERVATION BOARD                          Finance Director, room 250, City Hall or on
       FOR A CERTIFICATE OF                        our web site at:
          APPROPRIATENESS
     MONDAY OCTOBER 10, 2011                       http://www.cincinnati-oh.gov/cityfinance/
   3:00 P.M. II CENTENNIAL PLAZA                   pages/-5320-/
  805 CENTRAL AVENUE, SUITE 720
                                                                 ------------------
The Historic Conservation Board will meet
to review Certificates of Appropriateness
(COA) applications. The following address
has been submitted to the Board for review:

1. Ed Block, the applicant representing the
NOVA 7 Company, is requesting a COA
and to install a new AT&T Cell antenna and
equipment transmission cabinets at 1616 Main
Street in the Over the Rhine Historic District.
This project requires a Conditional Use hearing.
A pre-hearing is scheduled for 8:00 am on
September 28, 2011 in the Martin Griesel
Room, Suite 720 at 805 Central Avenue.

This hearings are being held pursuant to
the regulations set forth in Chapter 1435
(Historic Structures, Sites, and Districts) of
the Zoning Code of the City of Cincinnati.
Individuals with disabilities who need
reasonable accommodation or special
modifications to participate should contact
the Secretary, at the Business Development
and Permit Center, 3300 Central Parkway,
352-4848 in advance. Information requests
and communications should be directed to
the staff person and office listed below.

               Larry D. Harris
             Urban Conservator
             II Centennial Plaza
       805 Central Avenue, Suite 720
              Phone: 352-4848
                Fax: 352-4853
       larry.harris@cincinnati-oh.gov

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                                                         LEGAL NOTICE – BIDS WANTED
                                         DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE – PURCHASING DIVISION
                     ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                            GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

Sealed proposals for furnishing the materials, supplies, equipment or services, for the repair, construction or improvements, as indicated by
the items hereunder listed and in accordance with the applicable specifications will be received at the office of the City Purchasing Agent, Two
Centennial Plaza, Suite 234, 805 Central Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202 until 12:00 o’clock Noon local time, on the dates hereinafter stated
at which time they will be opened and publicly read aloud.

The following conditions shall be applicable to the items and projects listed under Section I, II, III, and IV hereof unless otherwise specifically
indicated under the individual listing.

A) A Bid Bond, deposit of cash or Certified Check, Bank Cashier’s or Bank Official’s. Check, drawn on a solvent bank payable to the
Treasurer of the City of Cincinnati, in the amount not less than that specified under the individual Section must accompany each proposal as
a guarantee that if the proposal is accepted a contract will be executed.
B) The successful bidder will be required to furnish a performance bond or a Certified Check on a solvent bank, payable to the Treasurer of the
City of Cincinnati, in an amount of not less than that specified under the individual Section, as a guarantee for the faithful performance thereof.
C) All bidders, except those bidding on State Issue Two funded projects, will be subject to the provisions of the City of Cincinnati Municipal
Code Chapter 325, regarding Equal Employment Opportunity and City of Cincinnati Municipal Code Chapter 323, regarding the Small
Business Enterprise Program. Failure of a bidder to comply with these requirements shall be cause for rejection of the bid.
D) The City reserves the right to waive informalities not inconsistent with law or to reject any or all bids.
E) Bidder must use the bid document proposal forms furnished by the City, as none other will be accepted.

Specifications and Plans referred to by reference only, but not included in the bid booklet, need not be returned, however, no removal of
material physically bound in the bid booklet will be permitted. Removal of any part thereof will invalidate the bid.

Proposal forms, specifications, etc. may be obtained upon application at the Office of the City Purchasing Agent, Two Centennial Plaza, Suite
234, 805 Central Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202. Some proposal forms, specifications, etc. may also be downloaded from the Purchasing
Division web site at http://www.cincinnati-oh.gov/vss, through Vendor Self Serve (VSS), for a small membership fee.

SECTION I - FOR FURNISHING EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS, SUPPLIES AND GENERAL SERVICES.

A) BID SURETY IN THE AMOUNT OF TEN PERCENT (10%) OF THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF THE BID.

B) FAITHFUL PERFORMANCE SURETY IN THE AMOUNT OF ONE HUNDRED PERCENT (100%) OF THE TOTAL AMOUNT
OF THE CONTRACT.

NOTICE OF BIDS WANTED BY THE CITY MANAGER

ITEM DESCRIPTION                                                                               REFERENCE NO.                    BID DUE
NO REQUIREMENTS


SECTION II - FOR FURNISHING EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS, SUPPLIES AND GENERAL SERVICES.

BID AND PERFORMANCE SURETY IS NOT REQUIRED FOR BIDS LISTED UNDER THIS SECTION.

NOTICE OF BIDS WANTED BY THE CITY MANAGER

ITEM DESCRIPTION                                                                               REFERENCE NO.                    BID DUE
NO REQUIREMENTS


SECTION III – FOR CONSTRUCTION WORK

BID SURETY IN THE AMOUNT OF TEN PERCENT (10%) OF THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF THE BID.

FAITHFUL PERFORMANCE SURETY IN THE AMOUNT OF ONE-HUNDRED PERCENT (100%) OF THE TOTAL AMOUNT
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OF THE CONTRACT.

PREVAILING WAGE RATES HAVE BEEN PREDETERMINED AS REQUIRED BY LAW AND ARE SET FORTH IN THE BID
DOCUMENT.

ITEM DESCRIPTION                                                                       REFERENCE NO.             BID DUE
2012 STREET REHABILITATION CIP – SAYLER PARK                                           111C909062                05-Oct-11
L & N LOOP PARKING LOT IMPROVEMENTS                                                    111C909065                06-Oct-11
CONSTRUCTION OF MT ECHO OPERATIONS CENTER                                              111C909067                06-Oct-11
PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE PRUNING IN SIX COMMUNITIES                                    111C909068                13-Oct-11
BELSAW PLACE WATER MAIN PROJECT                                                        111C909064                20-Oct-11
CONSTANCE PUMP STATION                                                                 111C909074                20-Oct-11
ELM STREET AND RUSCONI PLACE SKYWALK DEMOLITION                                        111C909075                26-Oct-11


SECTION IV - FOR THE SALE AND RAZING OR THE SALE AND MOVING OF BUILDING.

BID SURETY IN THE AMOUNT OF TEN PERCENT (10%) OF THE TOTAL AMOUNT OF THE BID.

FAITHFUL PERFORMANCE SURETY IN THE AMOUNT OF ONE-HUNDRED PERCENT (100%) OF THE TOTAL AMOUNT
OF THE CONTRACT.

PREVAILING WAGE RATES HAVE BEEN PREDETERMINED AS REQUIRED BY LAW AND ARE SET FORTH IN THE BID
DOCUMENT.

ITEM DESCRIPTION                                                                       REFERENCE NO.             BID DUE
NO REQUIREMENTS



                                                      NOTICE – BIDS WANTED
                                                  FINANCE – PURCHASING DIVISION


Bids on the following items, estimated to cost $250,000 or less, will be received at the Office of the City Purchasing Agent, Two Centennial
Plaza, Suite 234, 805 Central Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202, until 12 o’clock p.m., local time on the date specified.

Copies of these inquiries are available at the Office of the City Purchasing Agent. Some inquiries may also be downloaded from the Purchasing
Division web site at http://www.cincinnati-oh.gov/vss, through Vendor Self Serve (VSS).

Bids must be submitted on the Invitation to Bid form furnished by the Purchasing Division and in accordance with all bid conditions and
specifications included therein.

All bidders will be subject to the provisions of the City of Cincinnati Contract Compliance Program regarding Equal Employment Opportunity.
Failure of bidders to comply with this requirement within ten (10) days of notification will be cause for rejection of the bid.

The City reserves the right to waive informalities not inconsistent with law or to reject any or all bids.

If the lowest acceptable bid offered exceeds $250,000, new bids will be solicited under the legal advertising and formal contract procedure.

ITEM DESCRIPTION                                        REFERENCE NO.                                            BID DUE
AUTOMOTIVE SUSPENSION PARTS AND REPAIR                  111A901170                                               11-Oct-11
SIGN POSTS                                              111A901171                                               12-Oct-11
MANUALLY OPERATED BUTTERFLY VALVES                      111R905227                                               13-Oct-11
WORK SHIRTS AND PANTS                                   111A901421                                               18-Oct-11
TERM CONTRACT FOR FIBER OPTIC AND COPPER CABLE INSTALLATION AND REMOVAL
                                                        111R915113                                               19-Oct-11
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                  FLEET SERVICES AUCTION SALE- 112P87000

An auction sale of the following         YEAR   MAKE                                               SERIAL NUMBER
used City vehicles will be held in the   1999   Stihl H575 Hedge Trimmer                           42066080
fenced lot off Bates Avenue, south of           Stihl Blower
Fleet Services, Central Parkway and      2008   Koshin 1 inch Pump                                 71101039
                                         2003   Stihl Trimmer FS85                                 255961084
Bates Avenue on Saturday, October
                                         2007   Multiquip 2 inch Pump                              204H22011
8, 2011 at 10:00 A.M.
                                         2007   Multiquip 2 inch Pump                              204H22037
                                                Miscellaneous Computer/Radio Equipment
Inspection time shall be the                    Roadway Paint White
preceding Friday from 12:00 AM                  Roadway Paint Yellow
to 4:00 PM and from 8:30 AM to                  Miscellaneous Exercise Equipment
10:00 AM, the day of the auction.               Ford Tailgate and Bumper
                                         2005   Troybilt Trucut 100 Mower                          1D145K71518
All equipment will be sold as is, to the 1998   Toro Mower                                         8912509
highest bidder. Equipment will be               Miscellaneous Parts and Differential Assy
sold separately. Bidding shall begin            Drill Press 2 Each
at City’s minimum expected price.               Miscellaneous Traffic Lights
                                         1998   Ford 3930 Tractor with Sickle Bar & Flail #83832   110841B
                                         1992   Hyster A30XL Electric Fork Lift with Charger       A203A05239M
No payment will be accepted during
                                                Miscellaneous Wheels
the auction. Payment may be made
                                                 Goodyear Tires P235/55R17
the following Monday, Tuesday,                  Vintage Light Pole
Wednesday or Thursday from 10:00                Vintage Light Pole
AM to 4:00 PM. Payments not              2001   New Holland TS90 Tractor                           163114B
received by 4:00 PM on the Thursday             Tennant 550 Scrubber                               550-6818
following the auction will void the      1982   FMC Sprayer                                        A240064
sale and the vehicles shall be re-       1999   Chevrolet Suburban 4WD with A/C                    1GNFK16R4XJ470530
auctioned at a future date. A person     2005   GMC Canyon                                         1GTCS196X58251119
failing to make payment will be          2000   Case 580 Super L Backhoe Loader                    JJG0276822
ineligible to bid or be awarded items           International Disc Harrow                          02INTE2018T
in future auctions.                      1991   Ryan Aerator                                       910501401
                                         2000   Ford F250 Pickup                                   1FTNF20L1YEC90841
                                         1998   Dodge Neon 4Dr with A/C                            1B3ES47C5WD740069
The equipment may be removed
                                         2000   Chevrolet Cavalier 4Dr with A/C                    1G1JF5245Y7435592
Monday from 12:00 noon until 4:00
                                         2007   Saturn Aura 4 Dr with A/C                          1G8ZS57N37F284564
PM and Tuesday through Friday from       2008   Nissan Altima 4Dr with A/C                         1N4AL21E18C149969
8:30 AM until 4:00 PM. Vehicles not      2008   Mazda CX7 4 Dr with A/C                            JM3ER293780180679
removed by Friday will be charged a      2008   Chevrolet Trailblazer 4 WD with A/C                1GNDT13S982124979
storage fee at the rate of $10.00 per    2008   Saturn Aura 4 Dr with A/C                          1G8ZS57N38F133080
day for each piece of equipment.         2007   Chrysler Town & Country Van with A/C               2A4GP54L27R187733
Vehicles will not be stored longer       2007   Jeep Commander 4 Dr 4WD with A/C                   1J8HG48K97C546874
than 30 days.                            2003   Ford Crown Victoria 4Dr with A/C                   2FAHP71W73X179451
                                         2003   Ford Crown Victoria 4Dr with A/C                   2FAHP71W93X179435
Items listed below are subject to        1998   Ford E Series 15 Passenger Van                     1FBSS31L4WHB13039
substitutions prior to the auction.      2000   Ford F250 Pickup with Lifthgate                    1FTNF20LXYEC90837
                                         1998   Chevrolet Pickup 3500 with Liftgate                1GCGC34R6WZ226080
                                         2003   Ford F250 Pickup Crew Cab with Liftgate            1FTNW20L73ED42403
                                         2003   Ford F250 Pickup with Dumpbed                      3FTNF20L94MA06330
                                         1998   Dodge Ram 3500 Utility Truck                       3B6MC3650WM254802
                                         1997   Chevrolet 3500 HD Utility Truck                    1GBKC34F3VJ110143
                                         2001   International/McNeilus Garbage Packer Truck        1HTSHAARX2H408341
CINCINNATI POLICE DEPARTMENT                                * * October 15, 2011 * *
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IMPOUND UNIT AUTO AUCTION                                         10:00 AM
                                                                                                        Rev’d 09/27/2011


An auction sale of the following unclaimed autos, which have been in our possession for more than forty-
five days, will be held at the Cincinnati Police Impound Lot at 3425 Spring Grove Avenue on October 15,
2011. Gates open at 9:00 a.m. Bidding starts promptly at 10:00 a.m.

<< To obtain a list on the internet – www.cincinnati-oh.gov; click Departments; click Police Department; click Help
                                  ! ! All vehicles are subject to prior reclamation ! !

  Yourself; click Auto Auction >>

     1997 Dodge Caravan              1B4GP54L5VB460579
     1994 Honda Accord               1HGCD5532RA125494
 1                                                                                   AUCTION RULES

     1992 Plymouth Voyager           1P4GH4438NX276777                      This sale will be held under authority of Section
 2

     1995 Chevrolet Lumina           2G1WN52M5S9249579             4513.61 and 4513.62 of the Ohio Revised Code and Section
 3                                                                 1.

     1995 Ford Van                   1FTEF15Y9SNB76351             513-11 of the City of Cincinnati Code of Ordinances.
 4

     1998 Chrysler Cirrus            1C3EJ56H2WN295079                      Auctioneer reserves the right to refuse service to
 5

     1996 Chevrolet Caprice          1G1BL52P8TR130365             anyone.
 6                                                                 2.

     1989 Oldsmobile Cutlass         2G3AJ51W7K2457438                      All auction participants must obtain a bid number. All
 7

     1991 Ford Mustang               1FACP41E5MF140337             auction participants must be at least 18 years of age. Only
 8                                                                 3.

     1990 Dodge Ram Truck            1B7GE16X2LS734609             bidders who have obtained a bid number will be recognized as
 9

     1996 Pontiac Sunfire            1G2JB5248T7570548             potential bidders. Bid numbers can be obtained at the intake
10

     2002 Kia Optima                 KNAGD128225170164             window in the Impound Unit Office. You must have a bid
11

     1994 Ford F250                  1FTHX25K4RKA07393             number to place a bid on a car.
12

     1996 Chevrolet Cavalier         1G1JF5240T7245515
13

     1989 Chevrolet S10              1GCBS14E5K2266796
14                                                                 4.       All sales are final. All cars are sold “As Is/Where

     1993 Subaru Legacy              4S3BC6334P9656815
15                                                                 Is”, absolutely no warranties, no guarantees expressed or

     2000 Chrysler Twn & Cntry       1C4GJ44G9YB764312
16                                                                 implied. No exchanges. No returns. No refunds. (BUYER

     1970 Honda Motorcycle           CB4504014175
17                                                                 BEWARE)

     1993 Mercury Villager           4M2DV11W6PDJ42815
18                                                                 5.       Terms of the sale are CASH ONLY immediately

     1994 Buick Lesabre              1G4HP52L5RH486205                      Bidder is responsible to make his/her bidding
19                                                                 after the sale.

     1984 Buick Regal                1G4AM47A2EH471165             intentions known to the auctioneer either audibly or visually
20                                                                 6.

     1998 Oldsmobile Alero           1G3NB52M0W6326593             or both. Auctioneer is NOT responsible for bids not seen or
21

     1995 Oldsmobile 98              1G3CX52K4S4314573             heard.
22

     1996 Jeep Cherokee              1J4GZ78SXTC 276248                     The highest accepted bidder shall be the purchaser.
23

     1993 Chevrolet Blazer           1GNCS18W8P0111242                      Successful bidders must remove all vehicles from the
24                                                                 7.

     1997 Mercury Gr Marquis         2MELM74W9VX704598             Impound Unit premises by the close of business the Tuesday
25                                                                 8.

     2001 Chevrolet Impala           2G1WF52E619214490             night following the auction or storage fees will be assessed at
26

     1994 Geo Tracker                2CNBJ18U0R6929317             $25.00 (plus tax) per day
27

     1993 Chevrolet Lumina           2G1WN54T8P1145808                      Auctioneer requests that bids be made from the area
28

     2002 Chevrolet Blazer           1GNCS18W52K102687             in front of the vehicle being auctioned.
29                                                                 9.

     1993 Mazda Protégé              JM1BG2247P0552637                      If the Police Department received a key as part of the
30

     2000 Chevrolet Blazer           1GNCT18W7YK227566             impoundment of the vehicle, the word “key” will be marked on
31                                                                 10.

     1994 Chevrolet Beretta          1G1LV15M5RY147597             the windshield of the vehicle. The department makes no claim
32

     2000 Kia Spectra                KNAFB1610Y5205890             as to functionality of the key received.
33

     1993 Mercedes 400E              WDBEA34E0PB907323                      If the auctioneer determines that the opening bid is
34

     1997 Mercedes SL500             WDBFA67F2VF154037             not commensurate with the value of the vehicle, he may reject
35                                                                 11.

     2002 Hyundai Elantra            KHDN45DX2U278398              the bid and withdraw the vehicle from the sale; and if having
36

     1994 Chevrolet Beretta          1G1LV15M4RY116941             acknowledged an opening bid, he decides that any advance
37

     1995 Chevrolet Van              1GBDM19W2SB118758             thereafter is not a sufficient amount he may reject the
38

     1992 Nissan Maxima              JN1HJ01F4NT017881             advance.
39

     1997 Mercury Mountaineer        4M2DU55P0VUJ23011                      All cars are sold with a salvage title unless told other
40

     1993 Ford Escort                1FAPP15J9PW137288             wise.
41                                                                 12.

     1997 Chevrolet Monte Carlo      2G1WW12M5V9265792                      You have 15 days to transfer title or there is a cash
42

     1995 Pontiac Grand Am           1G2NE55MXSC714692             penalty.
43                                                                 13.

     1993 Toyota Camry               4T1VK12E6PU103341                      Additional costs will be incurred when having a
44

     1998 Chevrolet Metro            1Y1SK5285WZ434580             salvage titled vehicle inspected, registered and licensed with
45                                                                 14.

     1994 Toyota Tercel              JT2EL46S6R0422129             the State of Ohio.
46

     1997 Chevrolet Monte Carlo      2G1WW12M4V9269168                      Theft offenses are punishable under authority of
47

                                                                   Section 2913.02 of the Ohio Revised Code.
48                                                                 15.
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                                                 2011 MEETING DATES FOR THE                           NOTICE OF MEETINGS OF THE

 Meeting Notices                                HISTORIC CONSERVATION BOARD                           TRUSTEES OF THE CINCINNATI
                                                                                                          SOUTHERN RAILWAY
                                                            October 10 and 24
                                                           November 14 and 28                      The Trustees of the Cincinnati Southern
      NOTICE OF CINCINNATI                                 December 12 and 26                      Railway will be holding meetings in 2011 at
     CITY COUNCIL CHANGE IN                                                                        3:00 p.m. on the following dates:
          MEETING TIME                                         ------------------
                                                                                                                  October 11
Cincinnati City Council passed the Rules        NOTICE OF MEETINGS SCHEDULE                                       November 8
of Council on January 12, 2010 which set        FOR ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS                                       December 13
the Council meeting time to Wednesdays at                 FOR 2011
2:00pm with the public comment beginning                                                           For information on the location of a meeting,
at 1:30pm. The evening meetings currently      Notice is hereby given that the regular monthly     please contact Dotty Carman at 513-557-7134.
will no longer be held every third Wednesday   meetings of the Zoning Board of Appeals
at 6:00pm.                                     of the City of Cincinnati are tentatively                          ------------------
                                               scheduled as follows:
              ------------------                                                                        PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
                                               Hearing Date             Transcript Deadline Date
            PUBLIC NOTICE                      October 17, 2011         September 26, 2011                LIVABLE COMMUNITIES
                                               November 21, 2011        October 31, 2011                       COMMITTEE
The Cincinnati Recreation Commisssion          December 19, 2011        November 28, 2011
meetings are open to the public.               January 16, 2012         December 23, 2011          The Livable Communities Committee has
                                                                                                   scheduled a Public Hearing for Tuesday,
Please be advised that “Communications from         The Board members are as follows:              October 11, at 2 P.M. in Council Chambers,
the Public” is a regular item on our agenda.                Steve Alexander                        801 Plum Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202, to
                                                              Denis Back                           discuss ADOPTING the proposed revisions
              ------------------                             Todd Kinskey                          to the community council representation
                                                              Robert Little                        area map on file with the Clerk of Council
   2011 MEETING DATES FOR THE                                                                      pursuant to Cincinnati Municipal Code
   “MEET AND CONFER” SESSIONS                  Information requests, arrangements for a            Sections 111-1 and 111-5.
                                               speech interpreter to the hearing impaired, or
“Meet and Confer” sessions are held at         other communications should be directed to:                LIVABLE COMMUNITIES
8:30 a.m., 3300 Central Parkway, Business                                                                       COMMITTEE
Development and Permit Center, Cincinnati,              Majed Dabdoub, Secretary
                                                                                                          Roxanne Qualls, Chairperson
OH (north of the Hopple Street Viaduct).                Zoning Board of Appeals
                                                                                                          Laure Quinlivan, Vice Chair
                                                          3300 Central Parkway
                                                                                                                  Chris Bortz
The meetings occur the second and fourth                 Cincinnati, Ohio 45225
                                                                                                                Wayne Lippert
Tuesday of each month.                                   Phone: (513) 352-3313
                                                                                                                 Cecil Thomas
                                                               ------------------                              Charlie Winburn
The meeting dates for the 2011 sessions are
                                                                                                                Wendell Young
as follows:
            October 11 & 25                            2011 BOARD OF HEALTH
                                                           MEETING DATES                                          ------------------
            November 8 & 22
            December 13 & 27
                                               All Meetings are the 4th Tuesday of the Month            PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE
              ------------------               at 6:00 p.m. unless otherwise posted Meetings
                                               are open to the public.                                    LIVABLE COMMUNITIES
    2011 MEETING SCHEDULE                                                                                      COMMITTEE
 HISTORIC CONSERVATION BOARD                          Delores L. Bowen Auditorium
                                                          3101 Burnet Avenue                       The Livable Communities Committee has
The Historic Conservation Board has set its                Cinti., OH 45229                        scheduled a Public Hearing for Tuesday,
meeting schedule for 2011. The schedule                                                            October 11, at 2 P.M. in Council Chambers,
begins on January 10, 2011 and provides                        October 25                          801 Plum Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202,
two meeting days per month. The schedule                     *November 15*                         to discuss APPROVING the application for
has been adjusted for holidays throughout                    *December 13*                         the creation of a Community Entertainment
the year. The Historic Conservation Board      Contact the Clerk of the Board of Health at         District to be known as the “East Price Hill
meetings are held at 3:00 p.m. in Martin                   (513) 357-7282 or                       Incline District” pursuant to Chapter 834 of
Greisel Conference Room, located on the 7th        donna.christos@cincinnati-oh.gov                the Cincinnati Municipal Code.
Floor of Two Centennial Plaza, 805 Central
Avenue, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202.                               ------------------                          LIVABLE COMMUNITIES
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             COMMITTEE                                    Charlie Winburn                   Government Operations Committee. The
       Roxanne Qualls, Chairperson                         Wendell Young                    agenda for the meeting will be published
       Laure Quinlivan, Vice Chair                                                          prior to the meeting date.
               Chris Bortz                                 ------------------
             Wayne Lippert                                                                        COMMITTEE MEMBERS
              Cecil Thomas                        PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE                          WENDALL YOUNG, CHAIR
            Charlie Winburn                                                                      CHRIS BORTZ, VICE-CHAIR
             Wendell Young                          LIVABLE COMMUNITIES                             ROXANNE QUALLS
                                                         COMMITTEE                                     AMY MURRAY
              ------------------                                                                     WAYNE LIPPERT
                                             The Livable Communities Committee has
     PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE                   scheduled a Public Hearing for Tuesday,                      ------------------
                                             October 25, at 2 P.M. in Council Chambers,
      LIVABLE COMMUNITIES                    801 Plum Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202,                  NOTICE
           COMMITTEE                         to discuss MODIFYING the provisions of                SPECIAL MEETING
                                             Chapter 1433, “Hillside Overlay Districts,”        GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS
The Livable Communities Committee has        of the Cincinnati Zoning Code by amending               COMMITTEE
scheduled a Public Hearing for Tuesday,      Section 1433-17, “Determination of
October 25, at 2 P.M. in Council Chambers,   Maximum Building Envelope.”                    The Government Operations Committee has
801 Plum Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202,                                                    scheduled a special meeting on Wednesday,
to discuss MODIFYING the provisions                 LIVABLE COMMUNITIES                     October 26, 2011 at 10:30 a.m., at
of Chapter 1400, “General Provisions and                  COMMITTEE                         Cincinnati City Hall, 801 Plum Street,
Rules for Measurement,” of the Cincinnati           Roxanne Qualls, Chairperson             Council Chambers, Room 300, Cincinnati
Zoning Code by amending Section 1400-25,            Laure Quinlivan, Vice Chair             Ohio 45202. To consider and take action
“Lots Divided by District Boundaries.”                      Chris Bortz                     on any items referred to and received by the
                                                          Wayne Lippert                     Government Operations Committee. The
      LIVABLE COMMUNITIES                                  Cecil Thomas                     agenda for the meeting will be published
            COMMITTEE                                    Charlie Winburn                    prior to the meeting date.
      Roxanne Qualls, Chairperson                         Wendell Young
      Laure Quinlivan, Vice Chair                                                                 COMMITTEE MEMBERS
              Chris Bortz                                  ------------------                    WENDALL YOUNG, CHAIR
            Wayne Lippert                                                                        CHRIS BORTZ, VICE-CHAIR
             Cecil Thomas                         CINCINNATI RECREATION                             ROXANNE QUALLS
           Charlie Winburn                             COMMISSION                                      AMY MURRAY
            Wendell Young                            SPECIAL MEETING                                 WAYNE LIPPERT

              ------------------             Notice is hereby given that there will be a                  ------------------
                                             Special Meeting of the Cincinnati Recreation
     PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE                   Commisssion on Tuesday, October 4th, 2011
                                             at 3:00pm at CRC’s main office, 805 Central
      LIVABLE COMMUNITIES                    Ave., Suite 800, Cincinnati, OH 45202.
           COMMITTEE
                                             The purpose of the meeting is to take action
The Livable Communities Committee has        on pending issues.
scheduled a Public Hearing for Tuesday,
October 25, at 2 P.M. in Council Chambers,                 ------------------
801 Plum Street, Cincinnati, Ohio 45202,
to discuss MODIFYING the provisions of                  NOTICE
Chapter 1421, “General Site Standards,” of          SPECIAL MEETING
the Cincinnati Zoning Code by amending           GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS
Section 1421-33, “Fences and Walls.”                  COMMITTEE

      LIVABLE COMMUNITIES                    The Government Operations Committee has
            COMMITTEE                        scheduled a special meeting on Wednesday,
      Roxanne Qualls, Chairperson            October 12, 2011 at 10:30 a.m., at
      Laure Quinlivan, Vice Chair            Cincinnati City Hall, 801 Plum Street,
              Chris Bortz                    Council Chambers, Room 300, Cincinnati
            Wayne Lippert                    Ohio 45202. To consider and take action
             Cecil Thomas                    on any items referred to and received by the
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                                   Revised - 2011



                                       Main Office
                              805 Central Avenue, Suite 800
                                  Cincinnati, OH 45202

                     PLEASE NOTE: TIME CHANGE TO 3:00PM

                         Meeting Location & Program Highlight

              Commission Meeting                      Highlight Responsibility/
                        Date                                  Location
                     th
          January 18                         East Region – Evanston Center
                                             3204 Woodburn Avenue (07)
          February 15th                      Tech Services – Main Office
          March 15th                         Golf Course
          April 19th                         Communication & Design – Main Office
          May 17th                           Central- College Hill
          June 21st                          Senior Division – Main Office
          July 19th                          Athletics/Aquatics – Dunham Center
          August 2nd                         Main Office
          August 16th                        Therapeutic Recreation – Main Office
          September 6th                      Main Office
          September 20th                     Lindner Tennis Building - Lunken
                                             4750 Playfield Lane (26)
                                             (No program highlight)
          October 18th                       Youth & Family Services – Pleasant
                                             Ridge, 5915 Ridge Rd (13)
          November 15th                      Price Hill Recreation Center
                                             959 Hawthorne Ave (05)
          December 20th                      Human Resources – Main Office

                     All Meetings are now at 3:00pm unless otherwise notified.

          (revised 9/21/11)
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October 3 - 9, 2011                                      CitiCable Air Schedule - Council Week "A"                             CitiCable Ch. 23 (TWC in Cincinnati)
 TIME       MON. 10/3           TUES. 10/4             WED. 10/5             THUR. 10/6            FRI. 10/7             SAT. 10/8              SUN. 10/9            TIME
Midnight                                                                  City Council Mtg.         Monday                                                          Midnight
12:30am  Board of Health                                                    (followed by)     Hamilton County             Tuesday                                   12:30am
 1:00am   Meeting (9/27)           Monday            Tuesday              Gov. Operations          Board of            Committees                Tuesday             1:00am
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 1:30am                         Committees         Committees                Committee       Commissioners[R]                 [R]             Committees             1:30am
 2:00am        Gems                   [R]                [R]                  Wild Ohio          Wednesday                                           [R]             2:00am
 2:30am  Be The Change                                                    Army Newswatch      Hamilton County                                                        2:30am
 3:00am                                                               Gov.& Small Business         Board of                                                          3:00am
 3:30am       Special                                                 Perils for Pedestrians Commissioners[R]              Monday                                    3:30am
 4:00am  Meeting/Event                             Make Peace                                        Gems              Committees              Wednesday             4:00am
 4:30am                        CMHA Board            Our Ohio         Citizen Complaint        Be The Change                  [R]           Hamilton County          4:30am
 5:00am The State of Ohio      Meeting (9/27)        Wild Ohio          Authority (10/3)                                                         Board of            5:00am
 5:30am      In Focus                           Army Newswatch                                 Cincinnati City                             Commissioners[R]          5:30am
 6:00am    Make Peace         CitiCable Today    CitiCable Today              Gems               Council [R]          CitiCable Today        CitiCable Today         6:00am
 6:30am    All Hands TV                                                 Be The Change                                                                                6:30am
 7:00am      Wild Ohio                                                    Make Peace         Gov.& Small Business                                  Gems              7:00am
 7:30am Army Newswatch                                                   All Hands TV        Perils for Pedestrians Citizen Complaint        Be The Change           7:30am
 8:00am  CitiCable Today           Monday            Tuesday            CitiCable Today        CitiCable Today       Authority (10/3)                                8:00am
 8:30am                         Committees         Committees                                                                                Cincinnati City         8:30am
 9:00am CHD Health Matters            [R]                [R]           The State of Ohio      CHD Health Matters Gov.& Small Business          Council [R]           9:00am
 9:30am   Finer With Age                                                    In Focus           Finer With Age       Perils for Pedestrians                           9:30am
10:00am        Gems                                                    City Council Mtg.         Wednesday                                  The State of Ohio       10:00am
10:30am  Be The Change                                  Live             (followed by)        Hamilton County              Special               In Focus           10:30am
11:00am   Live Hamilton            Special        Government           Gov. Operations             Board of           Meeting/Event              Wild Ohio          11:00am
11:30am County Board of       Meeting/Event        Operations             Committee          Commissioners[R]                               Army Newswatch          11:30am
 Noon    Commissioners               Live          Committee           CHD Health Matters       Make Peace              Wednesday                                    Noon
12:30pm   Staff Meeting      Strategic Growth         Special           Finer With Age          All Hands TV         Hamilton County Citizen Complaint              12:30pm
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 1:00pm         Live             Committee       Meeting/Event            Wednesday                                       Board of           Authority (10/3)        1:00pm
 1:30pm Budget & Finance                                               Hamilton County              Special         Commissioners[R]                                 1:30pm
 2:00pm     Committee                Live               Live                Board of           Meeting/Event         The State of Ohio        Make Peace             2:00pm
 2:30pm                        Public Safety     Cincinnati City      Commissioners[R]                                    In Focus            All Hands TV           2:30pm
 3:00pm                          Committee            Council          The State of Ohio                                                    CHD Health Matters       3:00pm
 3:30pm   CMHA Board                                                        In Focus         Citizen Complaint        Cincinnati City        Finer With Age          3:30pm
 4:00pm   Meeting (9/27)        Make Peace     Gov.& Small Business                            Authority (10/3)         Council [R]                                  4:00pm
 4:30pm                         All Hands TV   Perils for Pedestrians        Special                                                         Cincinnati City         4:30pm
 5:00pm         Live                            CHD Health Matters      Meeting/Event              Wild Ohio                Gems               Council [R]           5:00pm
 5:30pm Citizen Complaint    Citizen Complaint   Finer With Age                               Army Newswatch          Be The Change                                  5:30pm
 6:00pm Authority Meeting     Authority (10/3)  The State of Ohio                                                                                Wild Ohio           6:00pm
 6:30pm                                              In Focus         Citizen Complaint                             Citizen Complaint            Our Ohio            6:30pm
 7:00pm                                         City Council Mtg.       Authority (10/3)            Monday           Authority (10/3)                                7:00pm
                                                                                                                                                                               * Please note: Schedule is subject to change without notice. Call 352-CITI (2484) for current schedule information.




 7:30pm                                           (followed by)                                 Committees                                        Special            7:30pm
 8:00pm       Monday              Tuesday       Gov. Operations             Wild Ohio                  [R]             Make Peace            Meeting/Event           8:00pm
 8:30pm    Committees           Committees         Committee                Our Ohio                                   All Hands TV                                  8:30pm
 9:00pm          [R]                  [R]              Gems                                                                                Gov.& Small Business      9:00pm
 9:30pm                                          Be The Change          Cincinnati City                               Cincinnati City      Perils for Pedestrians    9:30pm
10:00pm                                                                   Council [R]         The State of Ohio         Council [R]            Wednesday            10:00pm
10:30pm                                        Citizen Complaint                                   In Focus                                 Hamilton County         10:30pm
11:00pm CHD Health Matters         Special       Authority (10/3)         Make Peace               Tuesday                Our Ohio               Board of           11:00pm
11:30pm   Finer With Age      Meeting/Event                              All Hands TV         Committees [R]              Wild Ohio        Commissioners[R]         11:30pm
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Midnight                                                                                                Monday                                                              Midnight
12:30am Citizen Complaint                                                   Cincinnati City       Hamilton County             Tuesday                                       12:30am
 1:00am  Authority (10/3)       Monday               Tuesday                  Council [R]              Board of              Committees                Tuesday               1:00am
 1:30am                        Committees           Committees                                   Commissioners[R]               [R]                   Committees             1:30am
 2:00am        Gems               [R]                  [R]                      Wild Ohio            Wednesday                                           [R]                 2:00am
 2:30am  Be The Change                                                     Army Newswatch         Hamilton County                                                            2:30am
 3:00am                                                                   Gov.& Small Business         Board of                                                              3:00am
 3:30am  Cincinnati City                                                  Perils for Pedestrians Commissioners[R]             Monday                                         3:30am
 4:00am     Council [R]                             Make Peace             Hamilton County               Gems                Committees               Wednesday              4:00am
 4:30am                         Special               Our Ohio             Library Board of        Be The Change                [R]                 Hamilton County          4:30am
 5:00am The State of Ohio     Meeting/Event           Wild Ohio           Trustees Meeting                                                               Board of            5:00am
 5:30am      In Focus                             Army Newswatch                  (10/11)          Cincinnati City                                 Commissioners[R]          5:30am
 6:00am     Make Peace        CitiCable Today     CitiCable Today                  Gems              Council [R]            CitiCable Today          CitiCable Today         6:00am
 6:30am    All Hands TV                                                     Be The Change                                                                                    6:30am
 7:00am      Wild Ohio                                                       Make Peace          Gov.& Small Business     Hamilton County                Gems                7:00am
 7:30am Army Newswatch                                                       All Hands TV        Perils for Pedestrians   Library Board of           Be The Change           7:30am
 8:00am  CitiCable Today        Monday               Tuesday                CitiCable Today        CitiCable Today        Trustees Meeting                                   8:00am
 8:30am                        Committees           Committees                                                                 (10/11)               Cincinnati City         8:30am
 9:00am CHD Health Matters        [R]                  [R]                 The State of Ohio      CHD Health Matters      Gov.& Small Business        Council [R]            9:00am
 9:30am   Finer With Age                                                       In Focus            Finer With Age         Perils for Pedestrians                             9:30am
10:00am        Gems                                                                                 Wednesday                                      The State of Ohio        10:00am
10:30am  Be The Change                                                      Cincinnati City       Hamilton County             Special                  In Focus             10:30am
11:00am   Live Hamilton         Special            Live Hamilton             Council [R]              Board of              Meeting/Event              Wild Ohio            11:00am
11:30am County Board of       Meeting/Event       County Board of                                Commissioners[R]                                  Army Newswatch           11:30am
 Noon    Commissioners            Live            Commissioners            CHD Health Matters       Make Peace               Wednesday             Hamilton County           Noon
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12:30pm   Staff Meeting       Quality of Life      Board Meeting            Finer With Age          All Hands TV           Hamilton County         Library Board of         12:30pm
 1:00pm         Live           Committee              Special                Wednesday                                        Board of             Trustees Meeting          1:00pm
 1:30pm    Job Creation                            Meeting/Event           Hamilton County           Special              Commissioners[R]               (10/11)             1:30pm
 2:00pm     Committee               Live                Live                   Board of            Meeting/Event           The State of Ohio          Make Peace             2:00pm
 2:30pm                           Livable          Cincinnati City        Commissioners[R]                                     In Focus              All Hands TV            2:30pm
 3:00pm                        Communities            Council              The State of Ohio      Hamilton County                                   CHD Health Matters       3:00pm
 3:30pm       Special           Committee                                      In Focus           Library Board of          Cincinnati City          Finer With Age          3:30pm
 4:00pm  Meeting/Event          Make Peace       Gov.& Small Business                             Trustees Meeting           Council [R]                                     4:00pm
 4:30pm                        All Hands TV      Perils for Pedestrians       Special                  (10/11)                                       Cincinnati City         4:30pm
 5:00pm         Live                              CHD Health Matters        Meeting/Event             Wild Ohio                  Gems                 Council [R]            5:00pm
 5:30pm Citizen Complaint    Citizen Complaint     Finer With Age                                 Army Newswatch           Be The Change                                     5:30pm
 6:00pm Authority Meeting     Authority (10/3)    The State of Ohio       Hamilton County                                 Hamilton County               Wild Ohio            6:00pm
 6:30pm                                               In Focus            Library Board of                                Library Board of              Our Ohio             6:30pm
 7:00pm                                                                   Trustees Meeting            Monday              Trustees Meeting                                   7:00pm
                                                                                                                                                                                       * Please note: Schedule is subject to change without notice. Call 352-CITI (2484) for current schedule information.




 7:30pm                                            Cincinnati City             (10/11)               Committees                 (10/11)                Special               7:30pm
 8:00pm       Monday            Tuesday             Council [R]               Wild Ohio                 [R]                  Make Peace              Meeting/Event           8:00pm
 8:30pm    Committees          Committees                                     Our Ohio                                      All Hands TV                                     8:30pm
 9:00pm          [R]              [R]                  Gems                                                                                        Gov.& Small Business      9:00pm
 9:30pm                                           Be The Change             Cincinnati City                                 Cincinnati City        Perils for Pedestrians    9:30pm
10:00pm                                          Hamilton County             Council [R]          The State of Ohio          Council [R]              Wednesday             10:00pm
10:30pm                                          Library Board of                                     In Focus                                      Hamilton County         10:30pm
11:00pm CHD Health Matters      Special          Trustees Meeting            Make Peace               Tuesday                  Our Ohio                Board of             11:00pm
11:30pm   Finer With Age                                                     All Hands TV                                      Wild Ohio                                    11:30pm
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             October 4, 2011




                              Meeting/Event           (10/11)                                     Committees [R]                                   Commissioners[R]
October 4, 2011                                                   The City Bulletin                                                                          31


                                                 Municipal Directory
               All offices located in City Hall, 801 Plum Street, 45202, (513) 591-6000 except as noted below.
               CITY COUNCIL                         DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICES                            STRATEGIC GROWTH COMMITTEE
                    MAYOR                                     Andrew Glenn, Director                                  Tuesday (Week A), Noon
                 Mark Mallory                       3300 Colerain Ave, Cincinnati, Ohio 45225              Jurisdiction: Downtown development, residential
                LEGISLATIVE                            DIVISION OF NEIGHBORHOOD                               and commercial development projects, GO
   Chris Bortz, Leslie Ghiz, Wayne Lippert,                       OPERATIONS                               Cincinnati, SORTA regional funding plan, casino
         Amy Murray, Roxanne Qualls,                       Dennis Meyer, Superintendent                            development, and Port Authority.
        Laure Quinlivan, Cecil Thomas,            3320 Mill Creek Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45223                            CHRIS BORTZ,
     Charlie Winburn, and Wendell Young            METROPOLITAN SEWER DISTRICT OF                                LESLIE GHIZ, WAYNE LIPPERT,
          OFFICERS OF COUNCIL                                GREATER CINCINNATI                            ROXANNE QUALLS, LAURE QUINLIVAN,
       Mayor - Mark Mallory, Room 150                        1600 Gest Street, 244-1300                     CECIL THOMAS, CHARLIE WINBURN,
   Vice Mayor - Roxanne Qualls, Room 351                James A. Parrott, Executive Director                               AMY MURRAY
 President Pro Tem - Cecil Thomas, Room 349              Biju George, P.E., Deputy Director
            CLERK OF COUNCIL                      DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION &                             LIVABLE COMMUNITES COMMITTEE
              Melissa Autry, Clerk                               ENGINEERING                                            Tuesday (Week B), 2:00pm
        City Hall, Room 308, 352-3246                 Michael R. Moore, Director, Room 450                    Jurisdiction: Infrastructure, zoning, planning,
                                                    Timothy M. Jamison, Interim City Engineer,             multi-modal transportation planning, neighborhood
          CITY ADMINISTRATION                                       Room 445                                corridors, utility planning, neighborhood business
                CITY MANAGER                        Martha Kelly, Interim City Traffic Engineer,            districts, recreation, parks, housing, Neighborhood
 Milton Dohoney, Jr., City Manager, Room 152                        Room 320                                Enhancement Program, and community councils.
       ASSISTANT CITY MANAGERS /                  Jack Martin, Interim City Architect, Room 405            ROXANNE QUALLS, LAURE QUINLIVAN,
               ADMINISTRATION                             Fred Anderton, Airport Manager,                         CHRIS BORTZ, WAYNE LIPPERT,
Scott Stiles, Assistant City Manager, Room 104           Lunken Airport, 262 Wilmer Ave.                     CECIL THOMAS, CHARLIE WINBURN,
               INTERNAL AUDIT                                 Cincinnati, Ohio 45226                                        WENDELL YOUNG
          Mark T. Ashworth, Manager
          801 Plum Street, Room 138                                                                              QUALITY OF LIFE COMMITTEE
  DIRECTOR OF HUMAN RESOURCES                                                                                           Tuesday (Week B), Noon
        Mr. Hilary Bohannon, Director                     COMMITTEES OF COUNCIL                            Jurisdiction: Environment, health, human services,
         805 Central Avenue, Suite 200                      (First named is Chairperson,                   public services, education, arts and culture, tourism,
            CITY WATER WORKS                             second named is Vice Chairperson)                            marketing, and special events.
         Biju George, Interim Director                                                                      LAURE QUINLIVAN, WENDELL YOUNG,
         4747 Spring Grove Ave, 45232               BUDGET AND FINANCE COMMITTEE                               CHRIS BORTZ, ROXANNE QUALLS,
  CITIZEN COMPLAINT AUTHORITY                                 Monday (Week A), 1:00pm                                        CECIL THOMAS
               Ken Glenn, Director                Jurisdiction: Budget, appropriations, bonds, transit
       Two Centennial Plaza, Suite 150             fares, financial reporting, federal and state grants,            GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS
      CINCINNATI INSTITUTE FOR                    sale and lease of property, pension, and tax policies.                      COMMITTEE
      CAREER ALTERNATIVES, INC.                                 ROXANNE QUALLS,                                               As Announced
           Clyde R. Richard/President/                     CHRIS BORTZ, LESLIE GHIZ,                       Jurisdiction: Government efficiency, shared services,
           CEO Employment Initiative                 WAYNE LIPPERT, LAURE QUINLIVAN,                       facilities, workplace safety, operations improvements
   EMPLOYMENT & TRAINING DIVISION                   CECIL THOMAS, CHARLIE WINBURN,                         through technology, and comprehensive charter and
 DEPARTMENT OF CITY PLANNING &                                       AMY MURRAY                                               election reform.
                  BUILDINGS                                                                                                  CHRIS BORTZ,
             Charles Graves, Director                  PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE                                WAYNE LIPPERT, ROXANNE QUALLS
                805 Central Avenue                         Tuesday (Week A), 2:00pm
             Cincinnati, Ohio 45202                Jurisdiction: Police, fire, safety policies, citizen                 RULES COMMITTEE
       DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE                          complaint authority, and liquor licenses.                             As Announced
      Reginald Zeno, Director, Room 250            CECIL THOMAS, CHARLIE WINBURN                            Jurisdiction: Council Rules and procedures, and
           DEPARTMENT OF LAW                         LESLIE GHIZ, ROXANNE QUALLS,                                       committee memberships.
    John P. Curp, City Solicitor, Room 214        LAURE QUINLIVAN, WENDELL YOUNG,                          ROXANNE QUALLS, CHARLIE WINBURN,
           POLICE DEPARTMENT                                      AMY MURRAY                                      CHRIS BORTZ, LESLIE GHIZ,
               James E. Craig, Chief                                                                         WAYNE LIPPERT, LAURE QUINLIVAN,
       310 Ezzard Charles Drive 45202                    JOB CREATION COMMITTEE                                           CECIL THOMAS
              FIRE DEPARTMENT                                Monday (Week B), 1:00pm
               Richard Braun, Chief                Jurisdiction: Business recruitment and retention,                      INTERNAL AUDIT
           430 Central Avenue 45202               workforce development, job training, small business                       As Announced
               DEPARTMENT OF                      development, task force on streamlining residential
      COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT                          and commercial development processes, SBE
            Michael Cervay, Director                          compliance, and youth jobs..
         805 Central Avenue, Suite 700              CHARLIE WINBURN, CHRIS BORTZ,
             Cincinnati, Ohio 45202               ROXANNE QUALLS, LAURE QUINLIVAN,
                                                                  CECIL THOMAS


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