In a letter to the City of Blue Ash, Grand Communities LLC, a Fischer Group Company, withdrew its application to re-zone a portion of land along Kenwood Road to allow for the development of townhomes.Read More
Matthew 25 Ministries Seeking Approval for Chapel, Function Space
Matthew 25 Ministries is seeking to add a Chapel and a multi-purpose “Function Space” to their facility at 11060 Kenwood Road. The addition, which backs up to homes on Cook Avenue in the Hazlewood Neighborhood, will go before the Board of Site Arrangement early in 2023. Comments and concerns about this project can be shared with the board by emailing them to Paul Kleier at the City of Blue Ash.
Sugar and Spice Diner at Summit Park to Open in January
According to this article from WCPO, the Sugar and Spice restaurant at Summit Park will open this month. They have been working on building out their space throughout 2022 and missed a summer opening due to supply chain issues. This third location is at 10275 Summit Pkwy.
Planning Commission to Consider Final Development Plan for the BLUE January 5
The final development plan for the BLUE, proposed for the corner of Cooper and Kenwood Roads in Blue Ash will be considered by the Planning Commission at their regular meeting on Thursday, January 5 at 6:30 PM in Council Chambers.
The application, including drawings and staff recommendations can be found here.Read More
Citizens of Blue Ash Academy is back in 2023 – Get a behind the scenes look at your city!
Note from Brian: I had the privilege to participate in the Citizens of Blue Ash Academy program when it was last held in 2020. It is very well run and I found it quite informative. If you are considering participating I would encourage you to go for it. Feel free to contact me if you have questions about my experience.
The City of Blue Ash is pleased to announce that the Citizens of Blue Ash Academy (COBA) program will return in early 2023, and sign-ups are underway now!Read More
Council Sets Public Hearing for The Blue
The Blue development project at the corner of Cooper and Kenwood Roads is progressing. At their meeting last week, the Planning Commission approved the initial concept of a Planned Unit Development for the site. The City Council has scheduled a public hearing for 7:05 PM on Thursday, August 14th. To see the application submitted to the Planning Commission and learn more about the next steps of the process read more.Read More