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Tuesday, September 15, 2020 | 7:30 p.m.

This meeting will be virtual, through Google Meet. Tentative agenda includes information about Saturday's Kennedy Heights Counts event, updates from neighborhood partners, and news about our Community Plan.

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Saturday, September 19, 2020
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Lindner Center Annex Parking Lot | 6620 Montgomery Road
You will be able to drive-thru or walk-up and safely:
  • Complete the Census with official Census workers
  • Register to Vote with Voter Registration experts whoc an answer any questions you have about early voting or voting by mail
  • Enjoy complimentary (individually wrapped) snacks and water
  • Support neighbors through a Toilet Paper/Toiletries drive for The Caring Place - Kennedy Heights
  • Learn about upcoming homebuyer classes nwith Guardian Bank
  • Sign a petition to get the Affordable Housing Trust Fund on the May 2021 ballot.
On Friday 9/18 and again on Monday 9/21, Kennedy Avenue between Kennedy Heights Park and Northdale will be closed to all traffic and there will be no on-street parking allowed. This section of Kennedy Avenue is currently open to local residents and Park visitors. However, for safety reasons due to the hoisting of heavy loads overhead and large semi-trucks entering and exiting the area somewhat frequently, the segment of the street will be closed to all traffic. The Park entrance will also be closed. The residents on this stretch of the street are being notified individually, and the City reached out to Parks as well.

On Saturday 9/19, traffic stoppages will occur intermittently in the Kennedy/Woodford intersection to allow trucks to back into or out of the work area to unload the beams. The stoppages are expected to last approximately 5 minutes every 45 to 60 minutes (every time a truck arrives to deliver a beam) and will be implemented by Cincinnati Police Officers working with the contractor. There will be 12 trucks total, so this could take anywhere from 9 to 12 hours depending on how things go.
The above activities will typically begin around 7am and should be completed by 9pm each of the three days. As of now, no work is scheduled for Sunday, but in the event there are any delays on Friday or Saturday, they may end up working on Sunday. The City will let us know if this occurs.
Otherwise the project is going well for the most part and is currently on track to reopen the road in early November. 
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We hope you will join us. We are eager to share neighborhood updates and learn what is on your mind.
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