I received this email from Cincinnati councilman P. G. Sittenfeld.

If at all possible, please take some time to meet the councilman and let him know your concerns.

If you get a chance, maybe you could mention removing the laws Cincy has that violate ORC 9.68.


While City Council is not in its normal legislative swing during July and August, there is still much work to be done and our office continues to work hard everyday to assist citizens with your requests. We take constituent services very seriously, and we also recognize that not everyone has time to come down to City Hall to raise their voice, nor does everyone use email. I feel it's important that I not wait for citizens to reach out to me, but that I come to you to see how I can be helpful.

Starting tomorrow, I will be doing a two-week 52-neighborhood all-city tour to meet and talk with constituents, learn more about our city's businesses and organizations, and add your constituent items to our to-do list. Please see below where and when I will be at which locations and neighborhoods. I look forward to seeing many of you, and invite everyone to come share your thoughts with me in person. Please email me if you have any questions about specific events.



52- Neighborhood All-City Tour Schedule

Friday, July 13
2:00-3:00PM: Villages at Roll Hill- Visit to 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament
4:15-5:00PM: Hartwell- Hartwell Recreation Center tour/Visit to summer camp
5:30-7:30PM:Roselawn- Visit to Celeberties

Saturday, July 14
8:15-9:00AM: Sayler Park - Meet-and-greet before annual Sayler Park 5k
1:30-2:30PM: Bond Hill - Ropers Restaurant meet-and-greet with owner and staff
5:00-6:00PM: Walnut Hills- Litter pick-up with community

Sunday, July 15
9:00-10:00AM: Pleasant Ridge- Open community coffee hour at Pleasant Perk Coffee
11:00-1:00PM: Carthage- Church service at New Jerusalem
1:15-2:00PM: Northside- Brown bag lunch at Jacob Hoffner Park
2:00-3:00PM: College Hill- Neighborhood walk-through/Meet-and-greet at College Hill Coffee
3:30-4:30PM: Mt. Airy:- Business District tour with community council president Cindee Walsh

Monday, July 16
10:00-10:45PM: Madisonville- Meeting with community council president Bob Igoe at Eye & I Productions
12:00-1:00PM:North Fairmount/English Woods- Meet with neighborhood youth and community council president over brown bag lunch
1:00-1:45PM: Camp Washington- Walk-through of Camp Washington Chili
1:45-2:30PM: North Avondale- Speaking to Summer Youth Program at Zion Baptist Church
2:30-3:30PM:Winton Hills- Visit and meeting at St. Vincent DePaul

Thursday, July 19
9:00-10:00AM: California- Open community coffee hour at Lebos
10:00AM-10:45:Mt. Washington- Tour and visit at Mt. Washington Recreation Center
11:00-11:30AM:Millvale- Tour and visit at Millvale Recreation Center
11:30-12:00PM: South Cumminsville- Community lunch at Mr. Gene's Hot Dog House
1:00-2:00PM: Avondale- Meeting with Maple Tower Residents at council meeting
2:15-3:15PM: Paddock Hills- Meeting with community council at Nature Preserve
5:30-600PM: West Price Hill- Price Hill Chili visit and meeting with Price Hill Merchant Association

Friday, July 20
12:00-1:00PM: Evanston- Tour and visit at Evanston Recreation Center
1:00-2:00PM: East End- Meeting with owner of Eli's BBQ
2:00-3:00PM: Linwood- Roundtable with community council at Cincinnati Paper Board
7:00-8:00PM: Oakley- Visit to St. Cecilia Church Festival

Saturday, July 21
9:00-10:00AM: Downtown- Open community coffee hour at Coffee Emporium
10:15-11:15AM: Mt. Lookout- Visit to Mt. Lookout Farmers Market
11:30-12:40PM: Hyde Park- Visit to Hyde Park Square Outdoor Concert Series
1:00-1:45PM: East Price Hill- Open community coffee hour at Corner Bloc Coffee
1:45-2:30PM: Pendleton- Open community coffee hour at Joe's Dinner
4:30-5:15PM: Sedamsville- Litter pick-up with community at Bold Face Park
5:15-6:00PM: OTR- Visit to Findlay Market

Sunday, July 22
9:00-10:00AM: Clifton- Open community coffee hour at Brutopia
10:30:-11:30AM: Mount Auburn- Tour of William Howard Taft Birthplace
11:30-12:15PM: Clifton Heights- Brown bag lunch at Bellevue Park
12:30-1:30PM: Riverside- Litter pick-up with community starting at Hillside Park
1:30-2:30PM: Lower Price Hill: Litter pick-up with community starting outside the new Oyler School
2:30-3:30PM: South Fairmount- South Fairmount playground hoops with P.G.

Monday July 23
9:00-10:00AM:Spring Grove Village- Meeting at neighborhood police substation
10:00-11:00AM: East Walnut Hills- Open community coffee hour at Café De Sales
11:45-12:15PM: West End- Meet-and-greet with lunch crowd at Ollie's Trolley
12:30-1:30PM: Columbia Tusculum- Brown bag lunch at Alms Park Pavilion
5:00-6:00PM: Mt. Adams- Open community "office hours" at Eden Park Gazebo by Mirror Lake

Tuesday, July 24
9:00: 10:00AM: CUF- Walking tour with Uptown Consortium
10:00-11:00AM: Corryville- Meeting with students and community at Tangeman Hall Food Court
12:00-1:00PM: Queens Gate- Community lunch at Frisch's Big Boy
1:30-2:30PM: Kennedy Heights- Visit to Kennedy Heights Art Center and meeting with summer camp participants
7:00-8:00PM: Westwood/East Westwood- Visit to Westwood Works meeting