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For Montgomery City Council, an open and transparent dialogue with the citizens is not an option; rather, it’s a prerequisite for operating as a City government. This has not always been the case though. It’s been a conscious and concerted effort on the part of recent City Council representatives along with the help of the City administration.

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The Loss of One of Our Own

Posted on March 1, 2014 in Council Corner

While Friday January 24 began like any other here in Montgomery, it soon turned into a tragic day for our Montgomery family. Mike Brown, one of our very hard working Public Works team, died in an early morning auto accident in Stonelick Twp. Mike was heading into work when it happened and it shows us all how very precious life is and how everything can change in an instant.

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Some Predictions for the New Year

Posted on February 1, 2014 in Council Corner

As we move further into 2014, I have a few predictions:

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It is an exciting time to be involved with the City of Montgomery. We appreciate the opportunity to be so closely associated with all that Montgomery is and is destined to become, and we sincerely appreciate the outstanding volunteers, citizens, businesses and visitors who make Montgomery what it is today – the Community of Choice.

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This month marks the end of my second four-year term as a member of City Council. My decision not to run again was a difficult one for many reasons. As a proud citizen of a ‘premier community’, I have been honored to represent the citizens of Montgomery over the last eight years.

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Montgomery’s Parks are one of the City’s best assets. One reason the parks are so enjoyable is due to the Parks and Recreation Commission members. Over the past several months, the Commission has been working on a tree mapping project. The end result will be a map that identifies trees in the parks by type or species.

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Lately we are seeing a lot of equipment and dirt moving at an area just north of the Gates of Heaven Cemetery. And this is a great sign. By now, most residents know this area as the retail section of the Vintage Club. This is not a project that just popped up out of nowhere; it has been years in the making.

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As we bask in the final days of summer, I’m in awe of the amount of work our city staff and volunteers have done over the season. Once again, they have delivered mightily in making our city one of the most vibrant and eventful communities in greater Cincinnati. And there are more events coming yet this fall to look forward to

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