10 things to do in Greater Cincinnati this week, including the Ohio Renaissance Festival and more

“Blippi The Musical”

Blippi is a children’s entertainer who educates kids between 2-6 about tractors, farm animals, and other outdoor activities via a series of YouTube videos. Come see the live-action musical version at BB&T Arena, 500 Louie B. Nunn Drive, Highland Heights, Kentucky, on Sept. 2 at 6 p.m. Tickets are $31-$71. For more information, call 859-442-2652 or visit www.thebbtarena.com.

Terrapin Flyer

Terrapin Flyer is one of the top touring Grateful Dead tribute bands in the U.S. See them at the Sorg Opera House, 57 S. Main St., Middletown, on Sept 3 at 8 p.m. Tickets are $25. For more information, visit www.sorgoperahouse.org.

J.J. Grey & Mofro

This national touring band plays a combination of Southern rock, blues, soul and funk. See them at RiversEdge Amphitheater, 116 Dayton St., Hamilton, on Sept. 3 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $30-$65. There is no admission cost. For more information, call 513-785-7015 or visit www.riversedgelive.com.

The Roots

The legendary hip hop band is hitting the road for their “All The Way Live” tour. Lauren Eylise will open. See them at the Andrew J. Brady ICON Music Center, 25 Race St., Cincinnati, on Sept. 3 at 8 p.m. Tickets are $20-$75. For more information, call 513-232-5882 or visit www.iconmusiccenter.com.

Smoke on the River BBQ Festival

This festival will feature a variety of ethnic BBQ dishes. You can go with the traditional pulled pork or you can try a goetta barbecue sandwich, a barbecue Cajun chicken on a stick, or a Barbacoa Tostada. There will also be a full lineup of live music. Check it out at Covington Plaza, 1 Madison Ave., Covington, Kentucky, on Sept. 3-5. Hours are 5-11 p.m. Friday, noon-11 p.m. Saturday, and noon-9 p.m. Sunday. There is no admission cost. For more information, visit the Smoke on the River BBQ Festival Facebook page.

Brooks & Dunn Reboot Tour

Brooks & Dunn are embarking on their first national tour in ten years, belatedly supporting their appropriately titled 2019 album, “Reboot.” Travis Tritt and Elvie Shane will open. See them at Riverbend Music Center, 6295 Kellogg Ave., Cincinnati, on Sept. 4 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $40-$350. For more information, call (513) 232-6220 or visit www.riverbend.org.

Monster Jam

The big wheels are back, featuring Grave Digger, FTI Torque, Great Clips Mohawk Warrior, Soldier Fortune, and more. Check it out at Heritage Bank Center, 100 Broadway St., Cincinnati, on Sept. 4-5. Shows are 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. Saturday, and 1 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are $15-$75. For more information, call 513-421-4111 or visit www.usbankarena.com.

Ohio Renaissance Festival

The Ren Fest is back! Ohio’s most beloved 16th-century village will be open for business, offering greasy food, bawdy drink, full contact jousting, acrobats, performers, shopping, themed weekends, and much more. Check it out at Renaissance Park, 10542 East State Route 72, Waynesville, on Sept. 4-Aug. 31. Daily hours are 10:30-7 p.m. Admission is $7.50-$75. For more information, visit www.renfestival.com.

It is with deep, deep sadness that we have to do this, but as of October of this year, we will be shutting our doors…

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Area hospitals with breast centers or extensive breast care include Premier Health’s Breast Center at Atrium Medical Center; Mercy Health – Fairfield; Christ Hospital’s Mt. 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So far the county has received around 26 requests for funding totaling at least $99 million, which run the gamut from new educational and economic development opportunities to addressing the social service needs of the county.”},{“_id”:”5D2BY4NSDVCULPXDTRZGCADRMU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630096406078},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“This is just a unique opportunity for Butler County,” Commissioner Cindy Carpenter said. “Something we’ve never had before and a great responsibility for the commissioners to decide what projects we will fund in their entirety or partially.””},{“_id”:”WF6U63233RCVPHKB3DJ4QMQ4D4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1629910462749},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The long-debated emergency mental health stabilization center is on the list with a potential capital investment of $1.5 to $5 million, depending on whether an existing building can be utilized or a new facility is required, according to Mental Health and Addiction Recovery Services Executive Director Scott Rasmus.”},{“_id”:”HLPJGUCLOBDGPFCQB5AXSNV2DE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:320,”comment”:”has “}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630096406080},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The project has actually been pitched twice, one of the county’s providers Sojourner CEO Scott Gehring also submitted a proposal, when asked he told the commissioners the capital cost could reach $5 to $7 million. He also told them he is not working against Rasmus, but with him, in a community input focus group Rasmus convened to fine-tune a request for proposals.”},{“_id”:”V62TKTHR2ZH67AE6UELFKODJK4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630096406081},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Commissioner Don Dixon told the Journal-News after the meeting there are many things to consider and costs could be pared if they are able to utilize the county-owned nursing home to some degree.”},{“_id”:”YSIAM52V6FEJTCAROIEP77363U”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630096406082},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“Right now, it’s all on the table,” Dixon said.”},{“_id”:”MOVDY5RSYFFYDMRSUTL7B5JQ5I”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630096406083},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The center would be an in-patient facility where police and potentially family members can bring people who are experiencing a psychotic incident or caused a drug-induced disturbance so police wouldn’t have to take them to jail.”},{“_id”:”EG7DFFFYNBB7JGK3S7KGS3TTDA”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”C5DWRVWSSJHIZM53G5ACLWRHO4″},”type”:”interstitial_link”,”content”:”Butler County commissioners hear $20 million in pitches for rescue plan funds: Who went first?”,”url”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news/butler-county-commissioners-hear-first-20-million-in-pitches-for-rescue-plan-funds/X3YNWJQ7HNETVK6T3MCWXAUC5Y/”},{“_id”:”6VT3EZ2H3NECVCMKYH4RYVSZAQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630096406085},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The commissioners haven’t commented much on the presentations so far but appear to still favor this proposal. Commissioner T.C. Rogers said there isn’t anywhere to take people now and taking them to the jail isn’t optimal because “that’s not their bailiwick over there” and “as far as the cost, there is the actual cost and then part of that is the cost if you don’t do it.””},{“_id”:”5BRFUIUDI5DU5BSSFXCR5D3EDY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630096406086},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Carpenter said “in terms of a building, I want a Ford not a Cadillac; it just needs to get us there.””},{“_id”:”GFWSBOPHFNGDZJKNLEEJXFUDXA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630096406087},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The largest concrete request from this round of proposals came from Middletown at $6 million to help renovate or build a new Sonny Hill Community Center. City and school district officials came out in force to make the pitch, both entities have also pledged money to the estimated $12 million project.”},{“_id”:”LV5YZMOX55BKLAEL5E5PCCQRW4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:102,”comment”:”with loving kindness it “}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630096406088},”type”:”text”,”content”:”City Manager Jim Palenick said the center, which has served youth and families for almost 100 years, “has been patched together and held together” but it is “reaching the end of its useful life.””},{“_id”:”DIG5MV7RTNA3PL2T6COCKNC2W4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630096406089},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“We really wanted to put together a dramatic opportunity where partnerships could come together and create something quite transformational to our community…,” Palenick said. “That project ultimately will involve a multifunctional opportunity to serve youth literally from birth to 18 and the families that support that youth and all sorts of things in between.””},{“_id”:”HOCNPGSINZGQ3EU3VNLI2NQLGY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630096406090},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Dixon and Rogers questioned some of the construction cost assumptions and were told the numbers are very conservative estimates. Dixon said “we’d like to see more bang for the buck.” He told the Journal-News taxpayer-paid government buildings should not be opulent structures built with expensive materials.”},{“_id”:”PHQQN64WSNH7ZFPZBPNTGXXKM4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630096406091},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Palenick assured them the 14-member committee they are convening will ensure “this doesn’t become some government-run thing, it’s about this community designing it’s own community center.””},{“_id”:”GINSHXEEAVAWJKIFRIAGENAXVA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630096406092},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The Great Miami Valley YMCA is looking for $1.9 million to renovate the Booker T. Washington Community Center in Hamilton. Woody Fitton, president and CEO, said much of the renovation, which includes resurfacing the gym floor and adding a boxing studio among other additions, is designed to engage disadvantaged youth.”},{“_id”:”2EFWUZT45JDAJHNEGDCZGIXIEA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630096406093},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“I don’t know whether you would see great importance to this, but if young people are in the center and they’re engaged in constructive programs like youth basketball they’re not on the streets at 14-years-old…,” Fitton said. “Each individual that we’re able to serve is potentially one less youth at serious risk of criminal activity or worse.””},{“_id”:”EP3G7PC5OZCRBOFEQDLFFHJXLE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630096406094},”type”:”text”,”content”:”There are two groups hoping to get funds to help the homeless, the city of Oxford, the Talawanda Oxford Pantry & Social Services and Family Resource Center are asking for $1.5 million to help them build a one-stop social services facility that includes services for the homeless.”},{“_id”:”6OQACYWA7NFYDI6LMI5CILPE2A”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630096406095},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Access Counseling is asking for as much as $900,000 — depending on partnership opportunities and available space — for engagement centers in Hamilton and Middletown to give the homeless access to much-needed services.”},{“_id”:”DWNKZU5LD5A7RDX6P4BYY2ZYUI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630096406096},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“Our engagement center is just that, it is not long-term housing, it is not residency, it is engagement,” Brandy Slaven with Access said. “It is an open door that someone can come in and meet a friendly face that says ‘I’m here to help you, we want to take you from the streets to placement’.””},{“_id”:”LVKJKMI7BFBDLBYNV7KIONIBSM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630096406097},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The remainder of the presentations included a $1 million proposal by Supports to Encourage Low-income Families (SELF) to expand its program helping people learn how to repair their homes into the Lindenwald neighborhood in Hamilton; 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It will be next to Chick’nCone, which serves chicken and sauces in waffle cones.”},{“_id”:”T5U6FZ6S2NHDPFX7VHIUMOHVLI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630006299568},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“It is a self-pouring place for beer, wine and seltzers,” Rafael Salem said. “There’s going to be no bar whatsoever.””},{“_id”:”AA7BUTZWYZDC3ETB6TQ5XK6MSQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630006299569},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Instead, there will be a wall of 40-44 taps serving domestic craft beers and the other beverages. At similar places, taps look a lot like the small screens on gasoline pumps, giving information about the beers and showing how many ounces have been poured.”},{“owner”:{“sponsored”:false,”id”:”coxohio”},”address”:{},”syndication”:{},”caption”:”Pour House in Hamilton, which expects to open in January at The Marcum, will have a similar serving style to Big Ash Brewery in Cincinnati, where customers pour their own drinks and can see on the screens above them how many ounces they have dispensed, and the cost so far. 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The automated taps tell customers how much they’ve spent, by the ounce.”},{“_id”:”7KUDAH2E45CEVOOIWNSO3D63VY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630006299571},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Here are advantages, he said: “You don’t have to wait on a drink, you don’t have to tip for a drink. It’s user-friendly, and you get a chance to sample various types and styles of tapped beers and wines.””},{“_id”:”BFYFJMDCARBUHLO3ZZ2EPM3BWY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630006299572},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“It also alleviates the awkwardness of tipping.””},{“_id”:”7UT5ACVAORGW3FNDFLM2GQV374″,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”TRXL7QWT7RHPTPFPAAAFQLB6XI”},”type”:”interstitial_link”,”content”:”‘Who doesn’t like a waffle cone?’: Owners discusses plans at new Hamilton restaurant opening this month”,”url”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news/who-doesnt-like-a-waffle-cone-owners-discusses-plans-at-new-hamilton-restaurant-opening-this-month/M7ERVJWQZ5AZRGEKDSQH7HLWRU/”},{“_id”:”4SSQKT7R6BE7XHZQTKCWYHXHYQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630006299574},”type”:”text”,”content”:”There will be a small kitchen serving appetizers and other foods, with gourmet hot dogs expected to be a main staple. This will be the Salems’ first bar. They own AA Plumbing in Fairfield and other businesses. They now live in Liberty Township, but the former Toni Hubbard graduated with Hamilton High’s Class of ‘99 and he graduated from Fairfield High School that same year.”},{“_id”:”PALSM3FLKVGUNBO6RWEXW4S6XI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630006299575},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Pour House will occupy a bit more than 2,000 square feet and have a capacity of 90 people, and also will have a walk-up window people can order through. The beers to be served are not yet determined.”},{“_id”:”HJ3SZWKQ2BDAZLLL3TB5FYA44I”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630006299576},”type”:”text”,”content”:”It’s the latest entertainment venue announced in Hamilton, following such newcomers as Pinball Garage in the area between downtown and German Village; the Fretboard microbrewery on Main Street; Billy Yanks, which opened earlier this month; and HUB on Main, to open next weekend.”},{“_id”:”LLFUWWKZVVDLRASCPXAMKAHJXY”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”PKUA42MBXJCXLMX6OVYOKJVXKA”},”type”:”interstitial_link”,”content”:”Pinball Garage already planning expansion in Hamilton: What it will do”,”url”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news/pinball-garage-already-planning-expansion-in-hamilton-what-it-will-do/7ZH6YTATPFA6RN7HQYYTHHKB2Q/?fbclid=IwAR2LnmubccwDkoA0m9ep1pxOP4II1JEFsb-c8IVK48-6i28d587A5puaPoQ”},{“_id”:”XF5HER4YSBEOXAYR6QR6YZ2AVE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630006299578},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“Spooky Nook (the indoor sports complex at the former Champion Paper mill) is not what drew us to open this,” Salem said. Instead, discussions with existing businesses in the immediate area were the reason. Also, in the past 3-5 years, Hamilton has “come a long way aesthetically,” he said.”},{“_id”:”PQP5MBCTU5CJHHF6FV5VNDDI2A”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630006299579},”type”:”text”,”content”:”He’s also been impressed that despite Hamilton’s “rough and tough reputation,” people are excited about the groups of new business openings.”}],”display_date”:”2021-08-29T00:00:00Z”,”headlines”:{“basic”:”Pour House signs on as final retail tenant at The Marcum”},”first_publish_date”:”2021-08-27T09:30:00.390Z”,”taxonomy”:{“sections”:[{“path”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news”,”parent”:{“default”:”https://www.journal-news.com/”},”_website”:”journal-news”,”parent_id”:”https://www.journal-news.com/”,”name”:”News”,”description”:””,”_id”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news”,”additional_properties”:{“original”:{“parent”:{“default”:”https://www.journal-news.com/”,”SectionMap”:”https://www.journal-news.com/”,”MainMenuRedesign2021″:”https://www.journal-news.com/”,”TopNav”:null,”TopicsBar”:”https://www.journal-news.com/”,”ComposerNav”:”https://www.journal-news.com/”},”site”:{“section_comments_enabled”:”Yes”,”site_description”:””,”site_title”:”Journal-News | Local News for Hamilton, Middletown”},”navigation”:{“nav_title”:”News”},”inactive”:false,”node_type”:”section”,”_website”:”journal-news”,”name”:”News”,”_id”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news”,”ancestors”:{“default”:[“https://www.journal-news.com/”],”SectionMap”:[“https://www.journal-news.com/”],”MainMenuRedesign2021″:[“https://www.journal-news.com/”],”TopNav”:[],”TopicsBar”:[“https://www.journal-news.com/”]},”order”:{“SectionMap”:1012,”MainMenuRedesign2021″:1001,”TopicsBar”:1001}}},”_website_section_id”:”journal-news./news”,”type”:”section”,”version”:”0.6.0″}],”primary_section”:{“path”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news”,”name”:”News”},”tags”:[{“text”:”hjnhomepage”},{“text”:”hjnhptop”},{“text”:”hjnnewsletter”},{“text”:”hamilton”},{“text”:”hjnnewslettertop”}]},”type”:”story”,”last_updated_date”:”2021-08-27T23:14:53.822Z”,”canonical_url”:”/news/pour-house-signs-on-as-final-retail-tenant-at-the-marcum/FJBS3XJSSJEZNIPA36UU6Q5RBA/”,”promo_items”:{“basic”:{“credits”:{“affiliation”:[]},”subtitle”:”Pour House a new tenant at The Marcum”,”width”:1324,”caption”:”Pour House, an establishment where people will pour their own beers, wines and seltzers from automated taps, avoiding the need to tip waitstaff and to wait for service, hopes to open in January at The Marcum in Hamilton. 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LPA, and a lifelong resident of Hamilton. He was an avid sports fan, music lover and outdoorsman, according to the law firm website.”},{“_id”:”LTHIZVPVUZEYFOF45EUPBDZYXQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630100515992},”type”:”text”,”content”:”He graduated from Hamilton High School in 1986, served in the U.S. Army, the graduated from Miami University and earned his law degree from the University of Dayton School of Law in 1998.”},{“_id”:”5HX2VXR5BZFIBNYUIHVX2BFMAY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630100515993},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Bowling was licensed to practice in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio and U.S. District Court for the Western District of Michigan and also served as an acting judge in the Butler County Area Courts. He served on the Board of Directors for the Fitton Center for Creative Arts and the River’s Edge Concert Series.”},{“_id”:”N7MTPCUPJRHO5DPLILVOENGORM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630100515994},”type”:”text”,”content”:”A CaringBridge Site https://www.caringbridge.org/visit/jeffbowlingprayerwarriors/journal was created for Bowling for friends and family to share prayers and stay connected during his hospital stay.”},{“_id”:”7JE6EW3B6ZGLXEWC5YADEHHEWA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630100515995},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Beth Bowling said she is grateful for the prayers from the community and messages of support.”},{“_id”:”YY6C2IYV7BB25B3ZG6IH7HZXHY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630100515996},”type”:”text”,”content”:”
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That’s largely by gun violence,” said Police Chief Craig Bucheit.”},{“_id”:”CEBLYORS6JAEHDWJY5OKJL5PKU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630087205393},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Aggravated assaults through June reached at least a four-year high, largely driven by gunshot wounds. There were 72 this year, compared to 59 last year, 55 in 2019 and 69 in 2018. This year’s assaults were 18% higher than the average of the years 2018-2020.”},{“_id”:”K3HSPJNFRJGGJAEYA3ZZVO6O2E”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630087205394},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Bucheit attributed it to gangs, and others who are known to police.”},{“_id”:”NHZ7DSTYBVBFNJOD6PQ5IAW6MU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630087205395},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“Just last week we met with the FBI and ATF (the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives),” and a detective will be assigned to their violent-crime task force, he said. That will “bring some additional resources to our community to address these issues.””},{“_id”:”AFJ2EG5IOBFSPCJXAPWWE76ZGI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630087205396},”type”:”text”,”content”:”It also will help the city bring federal charges, and longer prison sentences, to those committing the shootings, Bucheit said. Often, people committing the shootings are those who have been charged with federal crimes and leave prison after a couple of years, he said.”},{“_id”:”K3HSPJNFRJGGJAEYA3ZZVO6O2E”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630087205397},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“This gun violence that’s occurring, it’s a relatively small number of people in our community that are responsible for the vast majority of it.””},{“_id”:”PC6OCWEGRJBENCPLTVWKVSTI3U”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630087205398},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Police recently have been in a number of chases and confrontations with people bearing loaded weapons, Bucheit said. On Friday, at around 12:40 a.m., officers responded to a shooting at 1215 S. Second St., where they found an 18-year-old woman killed and two others needing hospitalization for gunshot wounds.”},{“_id”:”VJYRRRI6VRGEPLHZUMIJCCZJZE”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”PPGABOCQGRH2VKED5J7M2HWV2A”},”type”:”interstitial_link”,”content”:”Teen student killed, 2 Hamilton men injured in early morning shooting”,”url”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news/one-dead-others-injured-in-hamilton-shooting/SQCE57PLE5BY7H7SMUQAVQGAEQ/”},{“_id”:”NIGHLJ2TLND7LN7CTIUA7DYULY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630087205400},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“Being able to partner with federal agencies and look at addressing this by more serious charges, federal charges, which carries the potential for significantly more jail time is something we’re excited about,” Bucheit said.”},{“_id”:”6VXVPYJZAFDIXNMDQOYJNE5KVU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630087205401},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Police also have assigned extra shifts of patrols in areas that have been “hot spots” for such shootings.”},{“_id”:”2ER7ZGKCOVCPZKUEHM4NQO7OSE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630087205402},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The FBI did not return calls for comment.”},{“_id”:”IYMPRNASBVC5PBJOOWXMYOAIYU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630087205403},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Overall crime stats through June”},{“_id”:”W6ZPDACIRFBNHOAAGYCOAQMDYE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:0,”comment”:”On the other hand, “}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630087205404},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Other major crimes in Hamilton have generally been trending down over the past few years, according to data the Journal-News requested of the police.”},{“_id”:”DCFMTTZXRNALBDE3I2J2YSJLLI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:206,”comment”:” for that,”},{“pos”:235,”comment”:” issues”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630087205405},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“What you see is a pretty substantial decline across the board, in all categories of crime,” Bucheit said. He credited work by police to build relationships with citizens in all neighborhoods as one reason, because it helps them better deal with crimes residents are seeing.”},{“_id”:”XZD7QZZ7OJD7LEB4CJVHDPKSDA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630087205406},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Here are other crime statistics:”},{“list_type”:”unordered”,”_id”:”FPZVJIF5BRFENKLAH3PQF7OFWM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[]},”type”:”list”,”items”:[{“_id”:”THBSDJ7Z6BFRTNJPAYHJJDOJBI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[]},”block_properties”:{},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Murders were steady this year compared to prior years: 2 this year, with 2 every year from 2018 through 2020.”},{“_id”:”MN3277ILIFHGRKQ6OE6DMM3CAM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[]},”block_properties”:{},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Sex offenses were down 44% this year from the prior three-year average: 22 this year, compared with 28 in 2018, 46 in 2019, 43 in 2020.”},{“_id”:”RBCSEPAVDVAVZM6JKOMDZOJT64″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[]},”block_properties”:{},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Robberies were down 31% from the three-year average: 32 this year, 68 in 2018, 39 in 2019, 32 in 2020.”},{“_id”:”NKUQ2NNKNJATJKQ6H27O7TKAFE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[]},”block_properties”:{},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Drug and narcotic offenses were down 37%: 285 this year, compared with 488 in 2018, 486 in 2019, 387 in 2020. Bucheit said he did not believe a loosening in Ohio marijuana laws was a reason for that decrease.”},{“_id”:”ZU3W3VTBKBCUBNRRO73HBJIMHU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[]},”block_properties”:{},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Kidnapping was down significantly: 5 this year compared with 14 in 2018, 18 in 2019, 8 in 2020.”},{“_id”:”UKDCBCOJ3VD4HCKVVR4RKZVAMU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[]},”block_properties”:{},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Larceny and theft offenses were down 27% from earlier years: 603 this year, compared with more than 800 each of the prior three years.”},{“_id”:”HBKQY7T4UJBXPI6WOLPBHJKB2A”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[]},”block_properties”:{},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Burglaries and breaking-and-entering also were down 33% from the earlier three years, with 159 this year compared with 197-275 each of the prior years.”},{“_id”:”WBZBD7OO3NAP3MCKNQYLI4D5PU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[]},”block_properties”:{},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Motor vehicle thefts were down 9% from the three-year average, with 112 this year, compared with 99 in 2018, 137 in 2019, 132 in 2020.”},{“_id”:”ZDHD7YXENFECBKUNR5PEB5TF3A”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[]},”block_properties”:{},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Drug overdoses were down 39% from the three-year average, with 164 this year, 258 in 2018, 312 in 2019, 235 in 2020.”}]},{“level”:4,”_id”:”MFPJR6RYW5CTLIFYDW3RLJMQT4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630087205408},”type”:”header”,”content”:”Tense encounters with gun-toters”},{“_id”:”QX6L7SRRFRDJDNVRD4IF3C7HRU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630087205409},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Just in the past couple of weeks, Bucheit said, Hamilton officers were involved in two incidents where they were chasing suspects.”},{“_id”:”FCFGPRFWUNFYTAEB2LH3SBRS3Y”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630087205410},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“The officers were out doing exactly what we want,” he said. “They were checking these areas and looking for people that were potentially involved in some of this violence. They ended up locating these subjects, who take off running. They’re armed, and they’re in the process of taking these guns out while the officers are chasing them.”},{“_id”:”AWMYT6T3PVHGJHIAB3OOACXMM4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630087205411},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“This is a very dangerous situation, especially for our officers.””}],”display_date”:”2021-08-28T13:41:04.226Z”,”headlines”:{“basic”:”With Hamilton shootings climbing, police now working closely with feds”},”first_publish_date”:”2021-08-28T13:41:11.853Z”,”taxonomy”:{“sections”:[{“path”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news”,”parent”:{“default”:”https://www.journal-news.com/”},”_website”:”journal-news”,”parent_id”:”https://www.journal-news.com/”,”name”:”News”,”description”:””,”_id”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news”,”additional_properties”:{“original”:{“parent”:{“default”:”https://www.journal-news.com/”,”SectionMap”:”https://www.journal-news.com/”,”MainMenuRedesign2021″:”https://www.journal-news.com/”,”TopNav”:null,”TopicsBar”:”https://www.journal-news.com/”,”ComposerNav”:”https://www.journal-news.com/”},”site”:{“section_comments_enabled”:”Yes”,”site_description”:””,”site_title”:”Journal-News | Local News for Hamilton, Middletown”},”navigation”:{“nav_title”:”News”},”inactive”:false,”node_type”:”section”,”_website”:”journal-news”,”name”:”News”,”_id”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news”,”ancestors”:{“default”:[“https://www.journal-news.com/”],”SectionMap”:[“https://www.journal-news.com/”],”MainMenuRedesign2021″:[“https://www.journal-news.com/”],”TopNav”:[],”TopicsBar”:[“https://www.journal-news.com/”]},”order”:{“SectionMap”:1012,”MainMenuRedesign2021″:1001,”TopicsBar”:1001}}},”_website_section_id”:”journal-news./news”,”type”:”section”,”version”:”0.6.0″}],”primary_section”:{“path”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news”,”name”:”News”},”tags”:[{“text”:”hjnhomepage”},{“text”:”hjnhptop”},{“text”:”hjnnewsletter”}]},”type”:”story”,”last_updated_date”:”2021-08-28T16:00:00.779Z”,”canonical_url”:”/news/with-hamilton-shootings-climbing-police-now-working-closely-with-feds/CE4SJROJGBDU5FZ6LHO3LMN2HM/”,”promo_items”:{“basic”:{“credits”:{“affiliation”:[]},”subtitle”:”Confiscated pistol”,”width”:1122,”caption”:”This Glock 22 pistol, containing 14 44-caliber bullets, was confiscated by Hamilton police during a tense traffic stop. 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The district reports a total of 83 quarantining students at Creekside and Crossroads middle schools, 55 at West Elementary and 48 at the high school.”},{“_id”:”UR6OV76SLFDLFOAIOQ6J7N323Q”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630099812021},”type”:”text”,”content”:”While masking is not mandatory in Fairfield, Gentry-Fletcher said the school board has said it “would be willing to have additional dialogue about masking once the district had its own data to analyze.””},{“_id”:”QDVBHIA44BH2ZBEBBKO3E7JRVM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630099812022},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Fairfield’s school year is less than two weeks old, so she said “this continues to be a very fluid situation.” The district sent a reminder to students and staff that if they wear a mask correctly and consistently they will not need to quarantine, she said.”},{“_id”:”Q6CJFMZYEVDMDIHYBCD4TUXT54″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630099812023},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“We will continue to strongly recommend facial coverings for all students and staff, regardless of vaccination status and will monitor our own data and consider a change if the data indicate a need to do so,” Gentry-Fletcher said.”},{“_id”:”MO2ZWGDVONFWFITV6XZTIPK75U”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630099812024},”type”:”text”,”content”:”In the Hamilton City Schools, there were 38 new COVID cases among students, according to the state health department. The district’s COVID-19 dashboard reports the past two weeks’ worth of data, and as of Friday afternoon, the district had 396 students quarantining over that time frame with 42 positive student cases.”},{“_id”:”DC3WBQML3NCBPM6BFEZY3XJ3DE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630099812025},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Like Fairfield, Hamilton’s quarantining students are scattered across the district, but most are at the high school (94) and freshman school (58), but there were also high numbers of quarantining students at Highland (66) and Bridgeport (46) elementary schools.”},{“_id”:”7NHZVZMVWRA6JNE7L5GZGEITMA”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”PIREIH35FZFIXJ7IVC54NTPCWM”},”type”:”interstitial_link”,”content”:”Hamilton City School District Board of Education Work Session 8-26-21″,”url”:”https://www.facebook.com/hamiltoncityschools/videos/298385212049907″},{“_id”:”ZYXYCGY4RFGD7NXRTCI2XH5PRE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630099812027},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Crawford Woods Elementary had eight cases and Fairwood Elementary had five cases. Hamilton High, Garfield Middle, Highland Elementary and Brookwood Elementary schools all had four positive cases.”},{“_id”:”WQQ7HZEUGBEA7HFQ57LEFMODJE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630099812028},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“The Board of Education and district are currently monitoring the situation daily,” said Hamilton Superintendent Michael Hollbrook.”},{“_id”:”SLZFKLMAJ5EPTM3MAJBCNMVQOA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630099812029},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The city of Hamilton Health Commissioner Kay Rogers and Hollbrook created a video promoting “layers of protection,” which encourages those eligible to be vaccinated and individuals who are not eligible for vaccination to wear masks.”}],”display_date”:”2021-08-28T12:00:00Z”,”headlines”:{“basic”:”Butler County schools have 110 COVID cases as school year begins”},”first_publish_date”:”2021-08-27T21:40:55.004Z”,”taxonomy”:{“sections”:[{“path”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news”,”parent”:{“default”:”https://www.journal-news.com/”},”_website”:”journal-news”,”parent_id”:”https://www.journal-news.com/”,”name”:”News”,”description”:””,”_id”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news”,”additional_properties”:{“original”:{“parent”:{“default”:”https://www.journal-news.com/”,”SectionMap”:”https://www.journal-news.com/”,”MainMenuRedesign2021″:”https://www.journal-news.com/”,”TopNav”:null,”TopicsBar”:”https://www.journal-news.com/”,”ComposerNav”:”https://www.journal-news.com/”},”site”:{“section_comments_enabled”:”Yes”,”site_description”:””,”site_title”:”Journal-News | Local News for Hamilton, Middletown”},”navigation”:{“nav_title”:”News”},”inactive”:false,”node_type”:”section”,”_website”:”journal-news”,”name”:”News”,”_id”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news”,”ancestors”:{“default”:[“https://www.journal-news.com/”],”SectionMap”:[“https://www.journal-news.com/”],”MainMenuRedesign2021″:[“https://www.journal-news.com/”],”TopNav”:[],”TopicsBar”:[“https://www.journal-news.com/”]},”order”:{“SectionMap”:1012,”MainMenuRedesign2021″:1001,”TopicsBar”:1001}}},”_website_section_id”:”journal-news./news”,”type”:”section”,”version”:”0.6.0″}],”primary_section”:{“path”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news”,”name”:”News”},”tags”:[{“text”:”hjnhomepage”},{“text”:”hjnhptop”},{“text”:”hjnnewsletter”}]},”type”:”story”,”last_updated_date”:”2021-08-27T23:05:00.487Z”,”canonical_url”:”/news/butler-county-schools-have-110-covid-cases-as-school-year-begins/TO5AJAISXVCJ7CZX6KFUQMKYNE/”,”promo_items”:{“basic”:{“credits”:{“affiliation”:[]},”subtitle”:”Fairfield High School”,”width”:800,”caption”:”Fairfield High School”,”type”:”image”,”url”:”https://cloudfront-us-east-1.images.arcpublishing.com/coxohio/2L6VOPHWVRGTPJBXQO347SDCQM.jpg”,”height”:450}},”_id”:”TO5AJAISXVCJ7CZX6KFUQMKYNE”},{“content_elements”:[{“_id”:”5GVYDCJSMVANDCSO4OO2DOAQSQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1594759886711},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The Butler County Veteran’s Service Board is reaching out to clients to make sure they are faring alright in the wake of the devastating suicide bombing that killed 13 Thursday, in part because the board’s members themselves are struggling.”},{“_id”:”MKKBKJCK6ZALPP67KJB7W2N6QM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630099096258},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Suicide bombers killed 13 and wounded 18 other U.S. service members in Afghanistan Thursday. The incident has caused “a general sense of anger, and frustration, resentment, there’s a lot of emotions going on,” Vet Board member and Afghanistan War veteran Jim Eriksen told the Journal-News.”},{“_id”:”JSZ35VVRSNCOPLR7FOF5GBJKFQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630099096259},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Eriksen served in Afghanistan from 2007 to 2008 training Afghani soldiers. Eriksen said he doesn’t blame their Army for fleeing after President Joe Biden set his Aug. 31 evacuation deadline. He said he and thousands of others promised tribal leaders the Americans wouldn’t abandon them, “now we’re all bold-faced liars.””},{“_id”:”AZPRQEGAIRHZBAVCUBDNGJ5D5M”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630099096260},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“My personal experience was if the Americans weren’t around they were a whole lot more reluctant, they need that sense of somebody having their back to go out and commit themselves to the fight,” Eriksen said. “When we left in the middle of the night and took all our aircraft, took all of their maintenance people, so they couldn’t even fly their aircraft, they knew their goose was cooked. I can’t really blame them for dropping their stuff and slinking into the night.””},{“_id”:”ZMSE23YE2ZFTJMYNBB55CID4BA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630099096261},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Eriksen served as a colonel in the U.S. Army and in the Ohio National Guard. He is the newest member of the vet board appointed in January. Vet Board Executive Director Mike Farmer said it is not just veterans who served in Afghanistan who are “devastated” by the recent attacks. Even in the short period of time the events have been unfolding they’ve seen an uptick of calls from veterans who just want to talk to someone.”},{“_id”:”DQAEJEZKMRBPLNORMRJEGW6NJU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630099096262},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“We have posted to all our social media platforms number they can text, or hotlines they can call 24/7, the Butler County board of mental health if they’re not comfortable going to the VA,” Farmer said. “If they call our office during the day the front desk is filtering those directly to me because a lot of times they just want a lended ear.””},{“_id”:”EPEKPFGHQZDPHOE37HJWDMFYNA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630099096263},”type”:”text”,”content”:”He said vets who struggling with their emotions can call the Veterans’ Crisis Line at 800-273-8522 or text the six-digit code: 838-255 to reach someone who can help.”},{“_id”:”O7BOPXSRHZCLBKPYESOVPSDM4Y”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”ANE2OUDTM5BUTC2RUADZY6PJUQ”},”type”:”interstitial_link”,”content”:”Newest commissioner hopes to reach more younger veterans in Butler County”,”url”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news/newest-commissioner-hopes-to-reach-more-younger-veterans-in-butler-county/72CHMI4BYBDUJFQ7XB5GC2MSTA/”},{“_id”:”JBGS55DV7NBWJFNZOLZFSQ6MFA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630099096265},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The situation is likely to escalate. The White House released a statement Friday that another terrorist attack in Kabul is likely. Eriksen acknowledged most of the country has wanted to exit the 20-year war, but he believes a small arsenal of American troops was necessary to keep the terrorists at bay.”},{“_id”:”IRCL7HG2XRBBTOJH4UKXF24JLA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630099096266},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“It didn’t take a lot to keep the barbarians outside the gates,” he said. “I was always of the opinion a small number of forces and some Air Force would keep our sacrifice worthwhile right, it’s not going to become the training ground central for terrorists, which is exactly what’s going to happen, everyone can see it.””},{“_id”:”ZMSE23YE2ZFTJMYNBB55CID4BA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630099096267},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Eriksen said he and his fellow Afghan vets “resent the fact that we’ve become the new Vietnam generation and it literally happened almost overnight.””},{“_id”:”B7RGLPQCB5CCJEXRSL4JZBGAM4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630099096268},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“This is Vietnam all over again,” former vet board member and Vietnam veteran Dave Smith said. “What was it all for.””},{“_id”:”PCC3KIFRG5EIDGTML57ROIWMA4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630099096269},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Vet Board President Chuck Weber is also a Vietnam War vet and he said he is furious about what has unfolded. “It’s deja vu all over again and I can’t believe our leaders don’t learn the lessons of the past.” Most Americans were against that war and Weber said he is reliving those feelings.”},{“_id”:”PT2HMY6E3BAPNNWP2VOHLCZDKM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630099096270},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“We went in to rid ourselves of the Al Qaeda folks and once that was accomplished I think we should have come home and just said mission accomplished,” Weber said. “Instead we stayed 20 years and decided we wanted to build nations. 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He said city officials decided to restart the contest because it was noticed that people were fixing up their homes and the city wanted to recognize it.”},{“_id”:”KCII6622HRANNAXGLFU5DO4KBY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630004566836},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“We know that during the pandemic, many people were forced to or chose to stay at home more,” said Kathman.”},{“_id”:”YKRNRAGJ5NHHRP2ZW2X2X5BSDA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630004566837},”type”:”text”,”content”:”He said many have invested their stimulus checks, as well as saved money from canceled vacations or social activities back into their homes.”},{“_id”:”XZGTEXFEXVEFXJCHEDJI3DAZKA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630004566838},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Kathman said the contest, which is for city residents only, is also a way to encourage other residents to invest in their properties.”},{“_id”:”44H6KVVOBNCB5H5SVXM2ESE7YA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630004566840},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Entries are accepted until 4:30 p.m. Oct. 8, and winners will be announced in the fall. Each category winner will receive $500, and each category second-place winner will receive $200.”},{“_id”:”7GVLM5HVCFGLVLRWCOVIXG5AHQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630004566841},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Households can enter the two categories ― best interior improvement project and best exterior/landscaping project ― but can only win one of the two categories.”},{“_id”:”VN4O6KBXMNFPBIGZHCYU3YOTIA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630007678816},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Other rules include winning projects must have obtained all needed permits and inspections; have started the projects by Jan. 1, 2020, and finished by the time of submission, and include a before and after picture.”},{“_id”:”XZGTEXFEXVEFXJCHEDJI3DAZKA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630004566838},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“The city wanted to recognize and celebrate those who have invested their time and money in our community,” he said. “Improvements to their individual homes contribute to the overall health and vitality of property values throughout the city.””},{“_id”:”C6GGF7IURRE5TM6QN5QEO6BP2E”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630007678818},”type”:”text”,”content”:”For questions, call 513-896-8169 or email [email protected]”},{“_id”:”SVUKOTPSNNEK5FCE3BEAZ44RRI”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”YZLZOTPX2BB4VI4G4M5AGQT63U”},”type”:”divider”},{“_id”:”BY6TDBCGPFCTRESUTF4AMBJKXM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630004566844},”type”:”text”,”content”:”FAIRFIELD HOME IMPROVEMENT CONTEST RULES”},{“list_type”:”unordered”,”_id”:”MLT2LYGMCRBEJPJBZMB3IZGG7Q”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[]},”type”:”list”,”items”:[{“_id”:”QKD5P4MVHJFAZCIK7PI3USLBRA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[]},”block_properties”:{},”type”:”text”,”content”:”City residents only”},{“_id”:”PUAAMM34MZB6ZOKXDR6OGTI5PI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[]},”block_properties”:{},”type”:”text”,”content”:”While households can enter the two categories, households may only win one category. 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His projects totaled $76.7 million and were awarded $53.7 million in state and federal grants.”},{“_id”:”WMH6YHVQ5NG47EFVJT6XB6LCYM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630004565035},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Wilkens said the secret to his success is “knowledge” and experience with matching projects to available grants and local match money is always a plus.”},{“_id”:”GTLSA4GP6NAZ7FKATNCH4WQ4HY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630004565036},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“It’s an art and a science getting these grants,” Wilkens told the Journal-News. “Just because you’ve got a project doesn’t mean you’re going to get money.””},{“_id”:”DI77LEZBLFC5DHDNGUGBV4PDTA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630004565037},”type”:”text”,”content”:”His largest win in recent years is $11.6 million, nearly half the cost for the “fix” to the Liberty Way interchange at Interstate 75 that is under construction now.”},{“_id”:”Y5EU4RHQLRGNXI6KZBCC2W6EB4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630004565038},”type”:”text”,”content”:”It rankles officials here that a change is even necessary since the $40 million interchange is only a decade old. When the interchange was first imagined the design being built now was preferred by locals, but rejected by the state because it terminates into a local road.”},{“_id”:”4274AUUNSFAQ7G2KQHPF2HFNMQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630004565039},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Wilkens surmises the large grant is at least partially due to the state’s original mistake.”},{“_id”:”ARSFENDR4NGZJD2F44GP2N45PE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630004565040},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“I don’t know the total thinking, the numbers matched, the numbers worked, the traffic volume’s high enough, the accident history is great enough,” Wilkens said. “The state recognized there is a problem now, the weave and so forth, was it a portion of it, yeah I’d say that was a big portion of it.””},{“_id”:”JXMTAHDNVRBHLMZBEFOHUMTCDI”,”additional_properties”:{“comments”:[],”_id”:”JMSY4UOMMVGHHHIEIIKIUPJAGA”},”type”:”interstitial_link”,”content”:”Butler County engineer secures $8.5 million in grants for future projects”,”url”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news/butler-county-engineer-secures-85-million-in-grants-for-future-projects/TTPZKWRCRJBXTJ323QNPOTVTC4/”},{“_id”:”5F2KTMWY2VDRJPAVTQ6BKANFS4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630004565041},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Wilkens has secured several other large grants in recent years like $5.6 million for the $7 million improvement to Ohio 747 in Liberty Twp. and $5.3 million for the $7.8 million widening of Cincinnati-Dayton Road in Old West Chester. The county only had to pay $82,535 for the $4.8 million Yankee Road in Liberty Twp. five years ago.”},{“_id”:”GGVCYSIODZA33BT3SGXKQK3NMU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630004565042},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The vast majority of the grant-worthy projects have been in the two largest townships, Liberty and West Chester have the financial ability to put up matching money through their tax increment financing districts and fit other criteria smaller jurisdictions for the most part can’t.”},{“_id”:”CY7GR262QNBLJDF46GASBQSAUY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630004565043},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“When we’ve got TIFS available that has helped,” Wilkens said. “But when you put it into perspective those are the high growth, you’ve got the high volume, high accidents and they qualify easier. The bulk of the projects being in those townships is because the bulk of the traffic is in those townships.””},{“_id”:”4TBRZGDWEVDQXNQVT75AWQWYAM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630004565044},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Wilkens handles projects on county and township roads but the cities do their own roadwork. Hamilton Director of Engineering Rich Engle said since 2017 they have spent $48.4 million on street resurfacing, bridge replacements and upgrades, South Hamilton Crossing, the Jim Blount overpass, Main Street improvements and traffic signal upgrades. They won $28.3 million in grants to support these projects.”},{“_id”:”XKKGWSIAXFABXEVJMABTGXY7WE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630004565045},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“The city of Hamilton recognizes these grant funds as taxpayer dollars and utilizes them prudently,” Engle said. “We would not have been able to accomplish the list of projects completed in the last 5 years without the grant funding. This is especially true of the South Hamilton Crossing which received 56.3% grant funding for the construction cost.””},{“_id”:”HYITITBIQJG2BC7VEH7DTBYDCA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:152,”comment”:” percent”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630004565046},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Middletown has spent $21.3 million and grants covered 65% of the cost or nearly $14 million. Middletown’s biggest road problem was solved with the 0.25%, 10-year income tax levy voters approved last November. It is allowing the city this year and next to launch a blitz of road resurfacing including $51.6 million to fix a third (217) of the 621 lane miles in the city.”},{“_id”:”WLTBLL36FZH3LG6236IFM554NM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630004565047},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Scott Tadych, director of Public Works, explained why the city could not have sought grants to help with this campaign.”},{“_id”:”5HFASAOBIZHPLKEJMWVPHAQST4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630004565048},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“That project is almost exclusively local residential streets, so there are very limited funds out there as far as grants for that because they don’t have high traffic,” Tadych said. “It’s not a highway, it’s not a major arterial so there’s very little if any grant funds available for that type of project.””},{“_id”:”CKDXQYSYNJE2FOXJTOIOH2YYSA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630004565049},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Fairfield has received outside funding from the state, the Ohio Public Works Commission and federal funds covering 52% of its $14 million in major projects over the past five years. Public Works Director Ben Mann said the city has been successful largely because it is willing to provide matching funds.”},{“_id”:”BFEWNXXRJFBDLCQJY2DRRU3BIY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630004565050},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“Outside funding is critical to the city for most projects beyond routine maintenance of our transportation system,” Mann said. “Without OKI, ODOT, and OPWC funding, it would be difficult for the city to fund major improvement projects that increase safety, reliability, and the efficiency of our transportation network.””},{“_id”:”N3K7XENI5JBVVI2W2GRFH6MNSI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630007523450},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Oxford has had an 84.7% success rate since 2017 culling $6.48 million for $7.6 worth of work and the county’s smallest city Trenton has not received any outside funding for its projects.”}],”display_date”:”2021-08-27T11:00:00Z”,”headlines”:{“basic”:”Butler County jurisdictions highly successful in culling road grants”},”first_publish_date”:”2021-08-27T11:00:01.481Z”,”taxonomy”:{“sections”:[{“path”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news”,”parent”:{“default”:”https://www.journal-news.com/”},”_website”:”journal-news”,”parent_id”:”https://www.journal-news.com/”,”name”:”News”,”description”:””,”_id”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news”,”additional_properties”:{“original”:{“parent”:{“default”:”https://www.journal-news.com/”,”SectionMap”:”https://www.journal-news.com/”,”MainMenuRedesign2021″:”https://www.journal-news.com/”,”TopNav”:null,”TopicsBar”:”https://www.journal-news.com/”,”ComposerNav”:”https://www.journal-news.com/”},”site”:{“section_comments_enabled”:”Yes”,”site_description”:””,”site_title”:”Journal-News | Local News for Hamilton, Middletown”},”navigation”:{“nav_title”:”News”},”inactive”:false,”node_type”:”section”,”_website”:”journal-news”,”name”:”News”,”_id”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news”,”ancestors”:{“default”:[“https://www.journal-news.com/”],”SectionMap”:[“https://www.journal-news.com/”],”MainMenuRedesign2021″:[“https://www.journal-news.com/”],”TopNav”:[],”TopicsBar”:[“https://www.journal-news.com/”]},”order”:{“SectionMap”:1012,”MainMenuRedesign2021″:1001,”TopicsBar”:1001}}},”_website_section_id”:”journal-news./news”,”type”:”section”,”version”:”0.6.0″}],”primary_section”:{“path”:”https://www.journal-news.com/news”,”name”:”News”},”tags”:[{“text”:”hjnhomepage”},{“text”:”hjnhptop”},{“text”:”hjnnewsletter”},{“text”:”butler county”},{“text”:”hjnmidday2″}]},”type”:”story”,”last_updated_date”:”2021-08-27T11:00:01.474Z”,”canonical_url”:”/news/butler-county-jurisdictions-highly-successful-in-culling-road-grants/IQ55QS673BCCTN2G5HFQ64VJPE/”,”promo_items”:{“basic”:{“credits”:{},”subtitle”:”South Hamilton Crossing ceremony won’t happen Saturday. 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The board sent the issue back to council and it passed 6-0, same vote as last month.”},{“_id”:”MYNU5JD74BCPXPSCMNPEBMHI4A”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630000857562},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The charter, considered the city’s constitution, is reviewed every 10 years and the committee included Kelly Clark, vice chair Katie Wagner, Linda Tucker, Kara Brown, Vicki Hickman and Colleen Taylor.”},{“_id”:”6BYL6HUP4JBDHKQMMS2CSWX7U4″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630000857560},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The three other recommendations from the commission were rejected, one of them that passed at the July meeting.”},{“_id”:”MJ337PC4GFCORLFTI4YZTNAUCI”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630000857561},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Law Director Phillip Callahan said the “catch all” ordinance passed 4-2 at last month’s meeting. The board of elections was notified, but council was told the ordinance had to receive five votes, according to the Ohio Constitution.”},{“_id”:”WJPE2CMMKVDILKP6QTOXLM4VQM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630008202741},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Council member Christina McElfresh, who supported the ordinance twice, asked Phillip Callahan why the council wasn’t notified in July that it did something “inappropriate,” according to the constitution.”},{“_id”:”VLAEE6QXFJEM3IXXOSM2QKKXRQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630008202742},”type”:”text”,”content”:”He said: “I take responsibility for that.””},{“_id”:”E53QJRT75NGA7M2XZ5JJP4TSNU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630008202743},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Tom Callahan and Anna Hale voted against the ordinance and it failed, 4-2.”},{“_id”:”DMTGRDKSEFEYXCN4GUJBPFQN6E”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630008202744},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Hickman contacted the council and said he wanted members to reconsider two charter amendment changes that were rejected 3-3 at the July meeting. Council again voted down eight-year term limits and requiring members to attend at least 66% of the meetings before they’re removed.”},{“_id”:”G4PEPRBOPVFZRIV5GZ7NEPGLMM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630008202745},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Vice Mayor Keith Funk, Callahan and Hale voted no on term limits and Callahan, Funk and Hale voted no on the percentage of meetings.”},{“_id”:”MYNU5JD74BCPXPSCMNPEBMHI4A”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:78,”comment”:”CQ”}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630000857562},”type”:”text”,”content”:”IN OTHER NEWS: Monroe’s dog park, 401 Old St., probably will be named Monrover Park after council approved the first reading. The fence has been installed and the park probably will open in two weeks after the grass fills in, according to city officials.”},{“_id”:”3HADJK3SVZC6PLJW4USXE7XHEU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1630002502537},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Angela Wasson, clerk of courts, was recognized by City Manager Bill Brock for her 20 years of service to the city. 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It is with deep, deep sadness that we have to do this, but as of October of this year, we will be shutting our doors…

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