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July E-Newsletter

See what's happening this month in the village with this month's e-newsletter! July, 2022 Newsletter

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Proposed Charter Amendments To Be Discussed at Council on Thursday, June 23rd

Mark Wendling, the consultant retained to review our Charter will be at the Council meeting on Thursday, June 23rd to go over the recommended amendments and text changes.  Please see the link to the updated version of the report and the text changes to the charter where deletions are stricken, additions/changes are bolded.  The primary recommended changes are:  Director of Public Safety and Service to Municipal Administrator Auditor and Treasurer combined into Finance ...

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June, 2022 E-Newsletter

See what's happening in our community with this month's e-newsletter!   June, 2022 Newsletter

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Government Structure Analysis Presentation

Mark Wendling, President of Staunton Advisors, LLC will be making a presentation to Council at the Thursday, June 9th Committee of the Whole meeting regarding the proposed changes to our form of government in the village.  View Mr. Wendling's analysis report HERE.   Residents are encouraged to come to learn more about the recommended changes to the village charter.  Future question and answer sessions will be announced but residents are encouraged to reach out to their ...

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Updated Request for Proposals for Tower Avenue Constuction

The St. Bernard Community Improvement Corporation is seeking proposals from qualified offerors for 4806-4812 Tower Avenue.  Please click link below for additional information and requirements.  Deadline for submission: June 15, 2022 at 4:00 PM. TOWER AVE REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS  

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Complete the Hamilton County Broadband Survey to have your say!

Sent on behalf of Jeff Aluotto, Hamilton County Administrator:  The Hamilton County Board of County Commissioners is advancing a program designed to improve access to high-quality broadband communications for residents and businesses within the requirements and guidelines of the American Rescue Plan Act. This effort will identify any unserved and underserved communities and recommend options to address existing coverage and performance gaps in the County.  In support of this importan...

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Community Garden

ST. BERNARD IS BUILDING A NEW COMMUNITY GARDEN at Ross Park near the tennis courts on Tennis Lane, that will be available for planting this year in early May. We plan on building (36) 4’ x 8’ garden beds, with plenty of gardens still available!  Please fill out forms below and return to City Hall to sign up for a plot. St Bernard Community Garden Application.pdf Garden Bed Selection Form.pdf QUESTIONS can be directed to Chris Sauer at 513-235-8104 or &...

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