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YOUR INPUT IS IMPORTANT
Do you want a carry-out liquor license approved?
Officer Rice has been vested with reporting on a request for a carry-out liquor license at 6566 Montgomery Road. This property is next to the Boost Mobile store at the corner of Montgomery and Kennedy and expects to become a convenience store. We are excited to see a new business joining us here in Kennedy Heights, but carry-out liquor licenses may or may not be what you have in mind. If you have an objection, there is a brief window in which objections can be raised. Objections can only be raised by:
  • Local legislative authority (city council if within a municipal corporation, township trustees or county commissioners) 
  • Public institutions (schools, churches, libraries, public playgrounds, and township parks) within a 500-foot radius of the proposed permit premises 
  • Citizens cannot file objections directly, but can make their concerns known to their local legislative authority and ask that it object and request a hearing.
The local legislative authority in this case is City Council. Officer Rice is offering to bring any objections to City Council on the neighborhood's behalf, but he needs the names of those who object and the reasons.

KHCC Executive Board is submitting a letter as an entity because we feel it does not represent the vision for Montgomery Road that is currently being discussed through the Neighborhood Planning process. 

If you wish to submit any personal opinions, email Office Rice ASAP at: Jason.Rice@cincinnati-oh.gov 
It is important to know that just because objections are raised, does not mean the permit will be denied. But this is the only chance to make your opinions known.
JOIN US!
March 2021 Community Council Meeting

Tuesday, April 20 at 7:30 p.m. 

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Phone Numbers
(‪US‬)‪+1 574-241-1036‬
PIN: ‪453 185 950#‬

We will discuss possible future in-person events, provide Neighborhood Plan updates, and more!

HOW SHOULD CINCINNATI SPEND $291MM?
Kearny and Landsman want to hear from you
Councilmember Landsman is offering a virtual town hall on April 1st, at 6pm. The main two topics will be the American Rescue package; what the funding could mean for our city, and where you want it to go. 
Thursday, April 1
6:00 p.m.

Registration information can be found here

Councilmember Kearney wants to hear from YOU about how the City of Cincinnati should allocate the funding received from the American Rescue Plan. You can attend a virtual meeting to share your thoughts. 
Monday, April 5
5:00 p.m.
Register for the virtual session here
Can't make the session? Email her at jan-michele.kearney@cincinnati-oh.gov
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