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Winter 2011
UPDATE ON THE NEW FIRE/ADMINISTRATION BUILDING & COMMUNITY CENTER
Miami Township Community Center
The new Community Center hall at 3780
Shady Lane is almost complete! The new
facility will handle up to 250 people. Please
call our Administration office 941-2466 for
information and availability.
Part Time Building Attendants Needed:
The Community Center will provide a building/party attendant for all rentals. If you are
interested in part-time work, please send a
resume or complete an application at the
Miami Township Administration office, currently located at 112 South Miami Avenue,
Cleves. After April 1st the office will be located in the new complex at 3780 Shady Lane, or you can call 513-9412466.

Miami Township Fire Headquarters Station 70 and Community Center Dedication
Dedication is planned for the new Fire Station/Community Center on May 14, 2011. A ceremony will be held at 1:00
PM with tours of the facility at 2:00 PM. A schedule of events will be available in April. Mark your calendar for May
14th!

FIRE DEPARTMENT NEWS
As many of you have heard, the Miami Township Fire Department is now providing fire and emergency medical services to the Village of Cleves. We are confident that this added responsibility to our department will not affect the
services that the residents of the Township and the Villages of North Bend and Addyston have become accustomed
to.
The Township Trustees as well as the Fire Department Administration are committed to providing the best possible
service to all of our residents. We will closely monitor this transition and will make adjustments as needed. If you
have questions or concerns please feel free to contact Chief Ober (513-353-4026) or the Trustees (513)941-2466.

SENIOR CENTER HAPPENINGS

HEALTH–A–FAIR 2011
HEALTH–A–FAIR AT THE MIAMI CENTER SCHEDULED FOR APRIL 16TH.
Dearborn County Hospital and the Miami Center will once again co-sponsor the
annual Health–A–Fair at the Miami Center, 8 North Miami Avenue, Cleves, on Saturday, April 16th from 8-11am. The event will offer a wide range of health screenings,
exhibits and learning centers for those 18 and older.
The Health–A-Fair is comprised of both hospital and community sponsored exhibits and screenings in a cooperative effort to offer area residents with access to free
and low cost screenings. One popular screening is a blood chemistry analysis. The
fee for this test is $30 with results mailed to both participant and their personal physician for follow-up. The name and address of your physician is required when registering. For the best results, a 12
hour fast before the screening is recommended. Please contact your physician or the Center at 941-2854 with any
questions.
Men attending the Health-A-Fair may participate in an optional prostate cancer screening called PSA. The PSA
does not require a fast and cost is $10. Results will be mailed to both the participant and your physician.
You may register on the day of the Fair or pre-register April 4th-11th from 9-3 in the Center office. Please call Miami Center @ 941-2854 or DCH Community Relations Dept @ 800-676-5572 for more information.
MOBILE MAMMOGRAPHY VAN AT MIAMI CENTER THURSDAY, MAY 26, 2011
Miami Center and Jewish Hospital will partner in the fight against breast cancer for the 25 th year. This year’s
screening will take place on Thursday, May 26th from 8am – 12:30pm at the Center, 8 North Miami Avenue, Cleves.
We are committed to educating women about breast health and providing quality screening services in your
neighborhood. Registration forms will be available at the Health-A-Fair April 16th or in the office Monday to Friday
9am-3pm. Please stop by or call 941-2854 for an appointment. Insurance will pay for 1 mammogram per year. Special funding may be available for those without insurance.
JUMBLE SALE
Mark your calendars for the Miami Center’s annual Jumble Sale, Thursday and Friday, May 5 th and 6th 9am-3pm.
Lunch, Bake Sale and lot's of bargains both days. Sell your own treasures. Booth space is only $10 for both days.
This is one of the Center's annual fundraisers, so why not join us at the Miami Center, 8 North Miami Ave, Cleves
(941-2854).
KEEP LOOKING AHEAD SPECIAL EVENTS AT THE MIAMI SENIOR CENTER
March 17th-

Mark Twain Dinner and Story time

April 1st -

Gary Lare- Ventriloquist Luncheon and Show
Gary has been here before and he is outstanding!

May 12-14th - Ohio Painting Workshops with Donna Dewberry
Come join us for painting workshops taught by Donna Dewberry and learn Donna’s new innovative
technique, Water Strokes. Workshops will be held at the Miami Township Town Hall, 112 S. Miami
Ave Cleves, Ohio, 45002
May 18th -

The Jeannie Groth Trio
Dinner at 5:00pm with the performance starting at 6:00. The group consists of piano, bass, drums
and includes vocals. Our theme for this special production will be “Hats Off to Women Everywhere”.
So ladies, wear your hats proudly.

INEOS Public Advisory Group (PAG) Honored with Risk Communication Award
On January 12, the INEOS Public Advisory Group (PAG) was honored by the Alliance for Chemical Safety, a local non-profit organization, for improving chemical safety in the Greater Cincinnati area.
The Alliance annually honors local companies, organizations and individuals for risk reduction and risk communication efforts.
The 10th annual awards ceremony took place at Cincinnati State Technical and Community College.
The PAG was awarded a 2010 Risk Communication Excellence award for its long-time commitment to risk communication.
In existence since 1989, the INEOS PAG is one of the longest running community advisory panels in the Greater Cincinnati area.
The PAG currently serves as an advisory body to guide and direct INEOS ABS (USA) Corp. in Addyston, Ohio on decisions relative
to environmental health and safety issues that affect the community. PAG members also serve as a liaison to the community.
INEOS, formerly known by many names including Monsanto, Bayer, LANXESS and Lustran Polymers, manufactures various plastics used in health care, construction and automotive industries.
The PAG is comprised of local elected officials, emergency responders, school representatives, plant management, regulators
and numerous citizens.
“The purpose of this group is to help us become a better neighbor in the communities we share with them” said Ken Schmidt,
Environmental, Health & Safety Manager at the INEOS plant. “We do this by open, honest communication and not by holding
our cards close to our vest. Each meeting we share with them the good and the bad about our environmental safety performance.”
PAG members cite improved transparency and an increase in technical knowledge and understanding of plant operations.
If you are interested in joining the PAG, or learning more about it, please contact third-party facilitator Deb Leonard at 513-515
-1041 or dleonard@eqm.com.

MEMORIAL DAY PARADE TO CELEBRATE 90 CONTINUOUS YEARS OF HONORING THEIR VETERANS.

Yes, it’s true that for 90 years the American Legion, Post 485 of Cleves, OH has paraded through Cleves and over to Maple
Grove Cemetery to pay tribute to those soldiers who have made the ultimate sacrifice.
This year to celebrate that anniversary, they are planning their biggest and best parade ever. There is going to be a red carpet
recognition in the center of the parade route. Flags will be handed out to the people on the sidewalks. One hundred Antique
cars will carry veterans that are residents, work, or are connected to Miami Township in any way, and all of our Taylor Alumni
who are veterans, wherever they live. There are four ways you can help make this a memorable event and we invite you to do
so.

1. If you wish to make a donation, to help fund this parade, send it to Howard P. Seaver, 7675 Bridgetown Rd. Cincinnati, OH
45248, Phone: 513-941-1643
2. If you have an antique street rod, muscle, or classic car, 30 years or older, that you would be willing to ride a veteran, call
Ron Meister 513-941-0335
3. If you are a Veteran or active in any branch of service and would be able to ride that day, call Don Bennett 513-941-0290.
All Veterans, passengers, and drivers will have magnetic signs with their name, branch of service, and years served.
Be there that day on the sidewalk and show our Veterans that within the hills, rivers, and large valleys, the area we call home
we are rich in history, religion, family, love and patriotism.
The Parade Committee

IMPORTANT TOWNSHIP PHONE NUMBERS
Trustee
Trustee
Trustee
Fiscal Officer

Joe Sykes
Jack Rininger
Paul Beck
Cindy Oser

Administration Office
Margie Ober, Administrative Assist.
Administration Fax
Township Hall
Maureen Glacken
Maintenance Department
Ron Miller, Superintendent
Cemetery Information
Fire Department
Chief Stephen Ober
Miami Twp. Senior Center
Ken Reidel, Director
Miami Twp. Community Center
Miami Twp. Library
Hamilton Co. Board of Elections
CASS—Cincinnati Area Senior Services
Hamilton Co. Health District
Hamilton Co. Zoning
Hamilton Co. Public Works
Hamilton Co. Engineers
Recycling
Rumpke
Non Emergency Police
Three Rivers School District
Yard Waste Hotline

941-3393
941-1970
941-6035
941-9751
941-2466
941-9307
941-2890
941-4557
941-4557
353-4026
941-2854
941-2466
369-6050
632-7000
721-4330
946-7800
946-4500
946-4750
946-4969
941-2466
851-0122
825-1500
941-6400
946-7755

Web: www.miamitownship.org
E-mail: administration@miamitownship.org
Township meetings are the 4th Wednesday of the month at 7:30 p.m.

Important Smoke Detector Update
Over the years we have become accustomed to using smoke
detectors to protect our lives and property. The most common smoke detector by far is the ionization type detector. It
is inexpensive and readily available. A group in Australia began studying smoke detectors and their impact on known
fires. Their findings were very interesting. The ionization
type detectors did not activate in a timely manner for the
slow smoldering fires that were studied. This concerned the
researchers so they ran some independent tests. The findings
were that the ionization type detector did a very poor job of
detecting the most common home fire, the smoldering type.
They then tried a photoelectric type detector and had excellent results for the smoldering type fire. This prompted a recommendation to include the photoelectric type detector for
the ultimate protection for homes. A total home protection
includes a photoelectric detector that is near the kitchen
(eliminates false trips), one in or near each bedroom. If you
are adding detectors, you can mount a photoelectric next to
your existing ionization detector. There is also a combination
detector that has both types in one detector. If you have any
questions you can call the Fire Department anytime. The
number is 353-4026.

Township Meeting Change
Starting with the April 27th meeting, The Board of Trustees will meet at the new Miami Township Administration Building on Shady Lane near Bridgetown. Please
note that the meeting will begin at 7:00 PM and not 7:30
PM.


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