In last night’s Quarantinewhile segment on The Late Show, Stephen Colbert poked fun at Cincinnati’s recent escaped monkeys suggesting that they were just, “Responding to a natural instinct to find a place that does not put chili on spaghetti.” WRONG! If anything, they were looking for the best Cincinnati Chili! Watch the segment below:Read More
The agenda for the next City Council meeting includes a presentation about Downtown Development by representatives of Circle Development, action involving executing contracts for both the annual road paving program and the roundabouts to be constructed on Plainfield Road and adjacent to SR 126, and other business. The meeting will be at 7:00 in Council Chambers. The city will not be live-streaming the meeting. Read on if you want to know if your street is on the listed proposed to be paved this year.Read More
Blue Ash Chili, a Blue Ash institution, is preparing to close their current shop on Friday, April 9th. Their new restaurant at 9525 Kenwood Road in the Crossings of Blue Ash (down from the CVS store) will open on April 12 after a $300,000 renovation to the space. It’s not too late to get in for one last visit to their old location. If you’re interested in owning a memento from the store, check out their auction. Read on to learn more including what is known about what is happening to the old location.Read More
You can now find Gath for Blue Ash on Facebook. Check it out!
This week I got to help register community members at a COVID 19 vaccination clinic. Everyone was so happy. It made the time go fast. #teamwork
If you are still looking for an appointment to get your vaccine, consult this Hamilton County website to see all the organizations accepting appointments.
The Blue Ash City Council meets tonight at 7:05, February 11 to consider the final development plan of the Parkview portion of The Neighborhoods of Summit Park, vote on the collective bargaining agreement with the town’s firefighters, review pay increases for certain city employees not represented by collective bargaining units, and other business. Anyone can watch the meeting on the city’s YouTube page (https://youtu.be/hfH8sO08AO4).Read More