relocation: Summer Street Repair in Green Twp - 04/30/09 01:13 AM
As part of the summer 2009 Street Rehabilitation Program, Green Township will repair 26 streets. The renovations are estimated to cost about $1.5 million.
The township will use tax increment financing, revenue from the street levy, gasoline and vehicle license taxes to fund the repairs.
The township is in the process of advertising for the bids. Work will begin after Memorial Day and wrap up around the end of October 2009.
The 26 streets slated for repair are:
Bellglade Terrace, Calmhaven Dr., Church Ln., Clearpoint Dr., Glastonbury Ct., Glencary Ct., Goldcreast Dr., Hutchinson Glen Dr., Jullemarie Ct., Leeside Tr., Leeward Way, … (0 comments)

relocation: Are You Prepared in the Event of an Emergency? - 04/29/09 09:27 AM
In addition to being a REALTOR, I'm a volunteer for OHIO RESPONDS and a member of the Green Township EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM.
Part of my ongoing participation in these groups is to keep my family, friends, co-workers and clients informed of emergency response and preparedness issues.
With this in mind, I'd like to pass along some valuable information which will help you and your family during a national or local emergency.
Assembling a preparedness kit at home is essential to being prepared in such an event. To view or download the easily implemented emergency supply list, simply click on the link: … (0 comments)

relocation: Cincinnati Reds Opening Day - 04/01/09 11:34 AM
Cincinnati is a baseball town and opening day is right around the corner. The Reds play the Mets on April 6th at the Great American Ballpark. Game time is 1:10 PM. Visit the Official Website for the complete schedule, to buy tickets, stats and more. It's going to be a great season. Play ball!
As always, contact me for all your real estate needs. I'm here to help make your real estate goals a reality.

relocation: Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport - 02/18/09 01:43 AM
The Cincinnati Northern Kentucky International Airport is located in Hebron Kentucky and serves the Greater Cincinnati metropolitan area. The facility covers 7000 acres and operates four paved runways. The airport's terminal and remote-concourse configuration, combined with simultaneous triple landing and takeoff capabilities, makes CVG an extremely efficient airport for flight operations. The airport is Delta Airline's fifth largest hub and home to Delta's subsidiary Comair.
For complete flight information, parking options, terminal maps, services and more, log on to The Official Website and have a great flight!
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relocation: Western Bowl - 12/17/08 01:02 AM
The Western Bowl is a Cincinnati bowling landmark and destination. Located at 6383 Glenway Avenue on the west side, there is 68 lanes with automatic scoring to accomodate beginners and pros alike.
Every Saturday night, you can participate in Thunder Alley. A west side favorite for many years, you can sharpen your game while enjoying a light show, music and a nightclub atmosphere. The cost is only $4.10 per game! The fun starts at 11pm and continues to 2am.
If you'd like to call the west side of Cincinnati home, contact me for a detailed profile of the surrounding neighborhoods. I'm … (0 comments)

relocation: The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County - 12/12/08 09:29 AM
The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County is one of the largest and busiest public libraries in the world. In today's Internet driven world the library still offers great value to the people of Cincinnati and Hamilton County.
The library has 40 branch locations throughout the area. Their collections hold about 9,545,414 items and they offer over 15,000 free programs to seniors and toddlers alike. Amazing!
If you're still looking to get on the Internet, take advantage of their hundreds of computers with access or bring your own machine and use their fee-based Wi-Fi service.
For more information about Cincinnati, … (0 comments)

relocation: Central Parkway - 12/12/08 08:35 AM
Many Cincinnati residents making their daily commute on Central Parkway have no idea they are actually driving on top of the failed Cincinnati Subway project.
The project was started at the conclusion of WWI in 1920. However, work stop abruptly in 1927 with seven miles of undergound tunnel completed but with no track installed.  There are three semi-completed stations located at Central Parkway and Race streets, at Central Parkway and Liberty street, and at Central Parkway and Brighton corner.
There has been many attempts to revive the project over the years with no success. The only group authorized to offer tours is the Cincinnati … (0 comments)

relocation: Betts - Longworth Historic District - 12/12/08 06:42 AM
The Betts - Longworth Historic District can be found just northwest of Downtown Cincinnati. The district is a ten-block area or sub area of Cincinnati's West End. You can see many architectural examples such as Italianate, Federal and Queen Anne styles within the neighborhood.
At 416 Clark Avenue you'll find the Betts House. The house was constructed in 1804 and is the oldest surviving brick house in Ohio. Today, the house is owned by the Colonial Dames of America and is operated as a museum dedicated to the study of building materials and traditions.
You can visit the museum during their … (1 comments)

relocation: Cincinnati Zoo - 12/09/08 11:01 AM
The Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardenis located in the Avondale area of Cincinnati. The facility's location makes it unique among other zoos in the country because of its urban setting as compared to many others which where establised in suburban areas.
The Zoo opened in 1875 and is the second oldest zoo in the United States. Founded on 65 original acres it is nicknamed "The Sexiest Zoo in America" because of its world renowned breeding programs. 
One of my favorite exhibits is Giraffe Ridge. It has been completely renovated and you can feed snacks to the Maasai giraffes that reside there. They … (0 comments)

relocation: Cincinnati Weather - 12/06/08 12:53 AM
Cincinnati generally has warm Summers with cooler evenings and cold Winters with occasional snow fall. Precipitation is evenly distributed each month, averaging 41 inches of rainfall and 23 inches of snowfall annually.
The highest recorded temperature was 109F set on July 21, 1934 and the lowest recorded temperature was - 25F set on January 18, 1977. 
For fun Cincinnati weather facts and forecasts, log on to the Weather Underground website.
As always, contact me for Cincinnati real estate, I'm here to help make your real estate goals a reality.

relocation: Delhi Township - 11/30/08 01:25 AM
Delhi Township (pronounced Dell-High) is one of twelve townships in Hamilton County and the only Delhi Township statewide.
Called the "Floral Paradise of Ohio" the township has many hills and is cut by ravines caused by the decent of streams flowing to the Ohio River.
Once a year the township hosts a Chicago-style softball game where the players are men dressed as women. The "Skirt Game" benefits needy families in the township. There is also live music, games, concessions and fireworks offered at the annual event.
To view homes currently for sale in this unique Cincinnati area township contact me to schedule your … (0 comments)

relocation: Price Hill Historical Society - 11/30/08 12:37 AM
The Price Hill Historical Society preserves and celebrates the rich history of Price Hill. The society is located at 3640 Warsaw Avenue in the historic Art-Deco Provident Bank Building in the heart of the business district.
Inside the society's museum you can discover permanent and rotating displays of the history surrounding the neighborhood once called Buttermilk Hill.
The museum is open Tuesdays and Thursdays 1:00pm to 4:00pm and Sundays by appointment.
Or you can attend a society meeting where many guest speakers and special events are planned. The society's meetings are held the first Wednesday of the month at 7:00pm.
Admission … (0 comments)

relocation: Mt. Healthy - 11/29/08 04:50 AM
The city of Mount Healthy has a unique history. Originally founded in 1817, as the Village of Mount Pleasant, it renamed itself Mount Healthy in 1850, following a cholera epidemic. Many of the original citizens survived the epidemic and attributed the miracle to the fresh air provided by the location of their village.
Today Mount Healthy has a vibrant business district. You can enjoy the many shops in the village on Hamilton Avenue. Some of the shops include antiques, jewelry, gifts and more.
If you'd like to call this Cincinnati neighborhood home, contact me for all your real estate needs. I'm here … (1 comments)

relocation: Best View in Cincinnati - 11/28/08 12:32 AM
The observation deck of Carew Tower offers an astounding view of the Greater Cincinnati area. Located at 441 Vine Street in downtown Cincinnati, the building rises 49 stories above street level.
As of this post, the Art-Deco building is the tallest skyscraper in the tri-state area. However, in 2011, it will be eclipsed by the completion of the Great American Insurance Building which will rise 86 feet higher than Carew Tower.
The observation deck is open, Monday - Thursday 9am - 5:30pm, Friday 9am - 6pm, Saturday and Sunday 10am - 7pm.
You can't beat the admission price, it's only $1 … (0 comments)

relocation: Cincinnati Fire Museum - 11/27/08 01:17 AM
Located in a 1907 National Register firehouse at 315 West Court Street, the Cincinnati Fire Museum offers a look at the history of fire fighting in the Queen City. The museum has 200 years of fire fighting history on display. Some of the exhibits include old leather fire buckets, an early 1800's fire drum and, the oldest surviving fire engine in Cincinnati.
The museum also offers interactive computer stations where you can learn about the bomb squad, the jaws of life and chemical spills. Each year, over 14,000 children learn about fire safety from the dedicated docents who offer guided tours to school … (1 comments)

relocation: Cincinnati Dog Parks - 11/26/08 05:24 AM
As a pet lover and keeper of a crazy little Chihuahua, I know the importance of good socialization and exercise for my pet.
Did you know Cincinnati has ten Dog Parks where your family pet can run and play leash-free? The parks are located though-out the city and all rules and regulations are posted at each facility.
Log on to this recommended website for complete information about each parks amenities. Bark, bark!
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relocation: College Hill Landmark - 11/26/08 02:09 AM
Laurel Court is located at the corner of Belmont and Oakwood Avenues in the College Hill neighborhood of Cincinnati. Designed by James Gamble Rogers for local paper magnate Peter G. Thomson, the residence is one of Cincinnati's most impressive homes.
The beaux-arts structure includes 36 rooms, 20,000 square feet of living space and an atrium with a removable glass dome.
Once the home of Archbishops John T. McNicholas and Karl J. Alter of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and until 1990 the corporate office of local pizza favorite LaRosa's, it is now a private residence.
The current owners, offer special events and tours … (0 comments)

relocation: College Hill - 11/25/08 09:40 AM
College Hill plans its annual holiday event Light Up College Hill Night. Each year the community lights its streets, sidewalks and driveways with paper luminaries. This year the event is planned for Saturday, December 13th at dusk. Take a drive and enjoy!
If you'd like to call this area home, contact me for a free no obligation buyer consultation. I'm here to help you make your real estate goals a reality.

relocation: Columbia-Tusculum - 11/21/08 12:57 AM
Columbia-Tusculum is located on the east side of the city. Locally, it is known for its brightly painted Victorian style homes and as the oldest neighborhood in Cincinnati.
Founded by Benjamin Stites in November of 1788, the settlement of the town predates Losantiville (Cincinnati) by a month and today is home to popular restaurants such as The Precinct and Allyn's Cafe.
With historic preservation and future development in mind, Columbia-Tusculum has a Community Council and a Neighborhood Development Corporation in place.
If you'd like to call this Cincinnati neighborhood home, contact me for a free no obligation home buying consultation.

relocation: Hamilton County Park District - 11/20/08 02:07 AM
Hamilton County Park District's tag line is "It's Great Outdoors" and it is! With 17 public areas and 4 other areas devoted to habitat preservation the parks within the system have something for everyone.
You can camp, hike, golf, fish or participate in their many programs, it's up to you. Some of the programs offered include a winter hike series, art in the park and even murder mystery dinners!
Log on to the Hamilton County Park District website for a complete list of parks, events and programs.
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