NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON THE 9TH DAY OF JULY 2013 AT 7:00 P.M., A PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HELD ON THE BUDGET PREPARED BY THE CITY OF SHARONVILLE FOR THE NEXT SUCCEEDING FISCAL YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31ST, 2014.
SUCH HEARING WILL BE HELD IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS OF THE CITY OF SHARONVILLE, 10900 READING ROAD, SHARONVILLE, OH 45241
MARTHA CROSS FUNK
CLERK OF COUNCIL
MAY 18, 2013
Rep. Pillich Introduces legislation to help identify veterans Veterans Tax Form ID
State Representative Connie Pillich (D-Montgomery) introduced legislation today to help Ohio veterans receive their Ohio Veterans Bonus.
The Ohio Veterans Bonus provides a small cash bonus to those Ohioans who served in Iraq, Afghanistan, or the Persian Gulf. There is also a cash benefit for those who served in support of those conflicts, as well as a death benefit for the families of those who did not make it back home.
"In spite of the overwhelming support of the Veterans Bonus at the ballot box in 2009, we've found that many eligible veterans are still unaware of this important benefit," said Rep. Pillich. "Time is running out to apply. This bill will help spread the word to those who served our nation in time of war."
House Bill 166 will permit veterans to identify themselves on their Ohio tax return. The Ohio Department of Veterans Services can then help these service members apply for the veterans bonus.
"Our veterans have earned this bonus, and Ohioans overwhelmingly want them to receive it. House Bill 166 will allow more of these heroes to obtain the benefits they deserve."
Sharonville's 4th on the Loop New in 2013...The Fair @ the Square!
The City of Sharonville is once again excited for our annual Fourth of July parade and celebration on Thursday, July 4, 2013 beginning at NOON. This year's theme is Sharonville Past, Present, & Future. Our parade will once again start at the corner of Reading and Sharonville Loop. This is your chance to be a part of a Sharonville tradition.
We have a one bedroom and a 2 bedroom apartment available for rent. Please click here for more information.
Electric and Gas Aggregation
The City of Sharonville’ energy consultant, The Utilities Group, has provided an update on the implementation process for the electric and gas aggregation opt-out programs. Click here for information. If you have additional questions, you may contact our energy consultant, The Utilities Group, at 513-481-7954.
The improvements include widening Fields Ertel Rd. at the Copperfield/Indian Walk intersection to construct left turn lanes in both directions, build a retaining wall on the south side of the road just east of Copperfield Dr., reprofile the hump in the road to improve visibility of oncoming traffic and install storm sewers, curbs, catch basins and sidewalks for better control of storm water. In this same project, Hamilton County will be repaving Reed Hartman Highway approximately 185 feet south of Fields Ertel Rd.
This project will continue from the Princeton School and Road project on Chester Rd. north to the Convention Center traffic signal intersection. The Chester Road Project is designed to widen Chester Rd. to include left turn lanes north and south at the Greenwood intersection. All utilities on Chester Rd. north of the Greenwood intersection will be put underground. Greenwood Ave. will also be widened to include a left turn lane into the new Princeton High School entrance. All three streets will include storm drainage improvements, new curbs and sidewalks, and new street lighting and traffic signals.
The Greenwood-Lippelman intersection in Glendale will be closed to through traffic starting April 22, 2013 and re-open on June 1, 2013. Greenwood Ave. from Lippelman to Chester Rd. will be closed to through traffic from June 3, 2013 to July 25, 2013; however, access to the new Princeton School entrance and the Queen City Racquet & Fitness Club will be maintained.
When the project is complete, Greenwood Ave.’s name will change to Lippelman Ave. on the west side of Chester Rd. and to 1 BAPS DR. on the east side of Chester Rd.
Tentative completion date of this project is November 22, 2013.
Seconds Count In An Emergency!
The City of Sharonville has instituted the CodeRED Emergency Notification System - a high-speed telephone communication service for emergency notifications. This system allows us to telephone all or targeted areas of the City in case of an emergency situation that requires immediate action (such as a boil-water notice, missing child or evacuation notices).The system is capable of dialing 50,000 phone numbers per hour. It then delivers our recorded message to a live person or an answering machine, making three attempts to connect to any number.
THIS SYSTEM WILL ONLY BE USED FOR EMERGENCY PURPOSES.
Examples of times when the CodeRED system could be utilized:
Drinking water contamination
Evacuation notice & route
Fires or Floods
Chemical spill or Gas leak
and other emergency incidents where rapid and accurate notification is essential for life safety.
PROPERTY ROOM AUCTION
“Sharonville Police Department utilizes the services of PropertyRoom.com to auction off some of our abandoned, stolen, lawfully seized, or unclaimed property, as well as used Police Department equipment.
Property Room makes our auctions available on an ongoing basis, 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Items being auctioned can include various electronics, cameras, stereo equipment, jewelry, tools, CDs, DVDs, and more.
Click the link below to view our items for auction at Property Room. If we do not currently have anything being auctioned, then there will not be any items displayed.
Examples of services funded by LGF dollars: 4H programs
Community homeless shelters
Criminal justice system
Local economic development departments
Local parks and recreation
Natural disaster response
Various health and human service programs
Mill Creek Confluence Project
The wetland creation and stream restoration project is located in the Upper Mill Creek (UMC) watershed where the East Fork Mill Creek flows into the Mill Creek main stem at the confluence of the Mill Creek’s main stem and the East Fork of Mill Creek within sight of the I-75 and I-275 interchange. The 25 acre site will become a new stream-side park.
By going to the links under Quick Links on the left hand side of this page, you can now payout your ticket with Visa or Mastercard by going to Pay Ticket Online. Please note that it will usually takes approximately 48 hours for your ticket to be posted. If you would like to see if you are on a docket, you can go to Schedule Search put in the court date and it will bring up the docket for that court.
DOWNTOWN STRATEGIC MASTER PLAN
The Sharonville Downtown Strategic Master Plan (plan) was commissioned by the City of
Sharonville in response to renewed interest in downtown revitalization by public officials,
business owners and residents. This plan provides a vision and strategic action plan for
immediate and long‐term downtown revitalization.
(Board of Health) Board of Health Meeting
Board of Health Meeting at 6:30 pm in the Health Department, Room 164
5/8/2013 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
(Building & Planning) Board of Zoning Appeals
5/11/2013 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
(Recreation Center Events) Mom Prom "Beach Party"
Join the Sharonville Recreation Department for an awesome party. Moms, Aunts, Grandmothers, and caregivers are invited to bring their special little boys to an evening of fun and memories. Residents/Members - sales begin February 2, 2013, $16 per couple, additional sons are $6 each. Non Residents - sales begin February 19, 2013, $19 per couple, additional sons are $7 each.