October 2, 2014


Traffic Information for I-471 & I-275 Weekend of Oct. 12-13 -

Monday, September 29, 2014

Fall-O-Ween Festival at Coney Island -

Monday, September 29, 2014

Alert: IRS Telephone Scam -

Monday, September 29, 2014

The 6th Annual Jack-O-Lantern Contest & Walk -

Sunday, September 28, 2014

Stop on red -

Saturday, September 27, 2014

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    Stop on red

    Running a red light can cost you more than a ticket The number of vehicular accidents in our area that have resulted in fatalities has increased over the last year. The majority of these accidents could have been prevented with a little patience and adherence to the rules of the road. The most common accident in our area is the intersection collision. The leading cause of collisions in urban areas is the running of red lights. Sadly, the most common victim of these types of collisions is the vehicle that is hit by the person running the red light. With…

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    Riverfront property workshop

    Design workshop scheduled October 15 to develop plans for riverfront property Anderson Township has scheduled a design workshop for October 15, where township staff will be seeking ideas for the future of the township’s planned Ohio River access on Kellogg Road, near the intersection of Five Mile Road. The workshop begins at 6:30 p.m. at Anderson Center, 7850 Five Mile Road. The township-owned 7-acre site was a former marine site with an existing ramp. Over the summer Anderson completed a substantial cleanup effort to remove numerous boats and boat parts and has begun developing plans for the site’s future use. This…

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    Tri-State Warbird Museum

    A sky full of history right down the street The Tri-State Warbird Museum was formed in 2003 with a commitment to preserve the aircraft of World War II, educate their visitors on America’s role in WWII, and to honor the veterans who fought and those who made the ultimate sacrifice. Originally constructed as a 12,000 sq/ft hangar and 5,000 sq/ft museum display space at the Clermont County Airport, the Tri-State Warbird Museum was completed and opened to the public in 2004. The Grand Opening First Annual Taking Flight Fundraising Gala was held in May 2005. Since that time over 1.5…

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    Community Day at Belterra Park

    Presented by the Anderson Area Chamber of Commerce, October 5th is Community Day at Belterra Park Gaming & Entertainment Center Make plans to put a little horse power in your weekend Sunday, October 5th from 12:00pm to 4:00pm, at Community Day at Belterra Park! Enjoy a great day of food, fun, live music and live racing at Belterra Park Gaming & Entertainment Center. Gather up a group of family, friends and co-workers and come watch the horses run along the beautiful Ohio River. Enjoy a day of live racing and family-fun at Community Day at Belterra Park beginning at 12:00pm….

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    Real life heroes: Anderson Township Fire & Rescue

    Anderson Township Fire & Rescue Known for its excellent service, community education programs and dedicated firefighting personnel, the department provides paramedic, fire, rescue and life safety services to Anderson Township from its four fire stations. With a “3” Insurance Services Offices rating, the township joins an elite group of only 4.6 percent of communities nationwide which have attained this rating. A little history Anderson Township’s Fire Department began as a volunteer effort in 1940 when a group of township residents banded together to meet a need in the community. The original equipment of the department consisted of four Indian Fire…



Traffic Information for I-471 & I-275 Weekend of Oct. 12-13

Sep 29, 2014

TRAFFIC NOTES REGARDING I-471 SOUTH AND I-275 WEST FOR WEEKEND OF OCTOBER 12-13 Beginning at 8 PM on Friday, October 11th, 2013; traffic restrictions will be in place on I-471 SB for final resurfacing beginning on the I-471/Daniel Carter Beard Bridge, extending through the I-275 Interchange. At 10 PM Friday night, traffic will be further reduced to a single lane until 6 AM Monday morning, October 14th. The entrance and exit ramps throughout the corridor may be closed at various times while I-471 SB is surfaced in front of the ramps. Detours will not be posted; drivers are encouraged to…


Alert: IRS Telephone Scam

Sep 29, 2014

Alert Number I-092514-PSA INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE TELEPHONE SCAM The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) has received reports related to a telephone scam in which the caller purports to be an Internal Revenue Service (IRS) representative. Using intimidation tactics, the caller tries to take control of the situation from the beginning. The caller advises the recipient of the call that the IRS has charges against them and threatens legal action and arrest. If the recipient questions the caller in any way, the caller becomes more aggressive. The caller continues to intimidate by threatening to confiscate the recipient’s property, freeze bank accounts,…


National Disaster Preparedness Month

Sep 10, 2014

Are you, and your family or business, prepared for a disaster? September is National Preparedness Month. It is an excellent opportunity for all of us to ensure that we have plans in place in the event of a disaster. This is important both at home, and at your business. 3 Steps to Disaster Preparedness Here are three main topics for disaster preparedness, along with some excellent resources that you can use freely. 1. Be Aware Have some connections to area alerts and emergency information, in order to be informed as early as possible in the event of a disaster or…



Remembering Farmer Frank

Sunrock Farm thought you would like to know that Farmer Frank passed away peacefully on Tuesday, September 16.  A memorial service will be held at Southgate Community Center at 10 a.m. this Saturday.  Please see Sunrock Farm’s Facebook page or visit Sunrockfarm.org for more information.  No flowers, please.  A Farmer Frank Traina memorial fund has been set up for those who wish to donate. Farmer Frank Passes But His Legacy Lives On Sunrock Farm is saddened to announce the passing of “Farmer” Frank Traina.  Frank was the creator and operator of Sunrock Farm for over 30 years.  His vision and…


Couple golf in all 50 states

From Wayne Lurix: Wayne and Karen Lurix of Union Township completed an eleven year goal of playing golf in all 50 states by playing in Alaska last week. They accomplished the feat despite the bad news that Mr. Lurix was diagnosed with cancer in June. They had already planned the trip to Alaska before they found out the news. Determined to not let that stand in the way they successfully completed the round of golf on September 3rd at Anchorage Golf Course under sunny skies. The couple made it a point to not only play all 50 but they had…

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Remembering Kevin Ollier 1954-2014

It is with great sadness that Anderson Township announces the unexpected passing of Anderson Firefighter/Paramedic Kevin Ollier this morning. Kevin joined the township in February 2001, and served the Anderson Township community faithfully as a firefighter/paramedic for the Anderson Township Fire and Rescue Department. Before coming to Anderson Township, Kevin served as a firefighter/paramedic with the Union Township Fire Department, starting part time in 1990 and working fulltime there starting in 1992. Additionally, he worked at UC Mobile Care from 1994-2012. Besides his job with Anderson Township, Kevin was also employed as a nurse at University Hospital. Kevin, a Union Township…

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Through Maria’s Lens

Maria Dehne finds the beauty of life through the lens of her camera and her passion for Cincinnati. Spend some time on social media looking at beautiful photographs of Cincinnati and it won’t take you long to find some of Maria Dehne’s contributions. With beautiful moments captured in time, often accompanied by her positive narrative, she captures the unique beauty of our Queen City through her viewfinder. After seeing her beautiful photos, especially of our Anderson Public Library and her favorite subject, Union Terminal, I wanted to chat with Maria and get to know more about her passion for all…