[UHNA] FW: CUF email 082809

  • From: "DF Lewis" <DFLewis@xxxxxxxx>
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  • Date: Sun, 6 Sep 2009 08:37:45 -0400

Daniel F. Lewis


From: Neel, Robert (neelrt) [mailto:neelrt@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] 
Sent: Friday, August 28, 2009 8:16 AM
To: undisclosed-recipients:
Subject: CUF email 082809

Neighbors of Clifton Heights University Heights and Fairview:

This is a friendly reminder about the upcoming CUF meeting on September 15th
at the Deaconess Hospital lower level (311 Straight Street) at 7:30 pm.  

Attached below are some news-worthy items for your pleasure from members of
your community.  If anyone has things they want to distribute, please email

Please also get this out to those who do not yet have email.

Details below are:

1. Sherrod Brown 9/1/09

2. IIN City Council Candidate Forum Night at Cintas Center 9/30/09

3. Regional Neighborhood Network Conference Sept 9/17/09-9/19/09

4. Cincinnati School Board Candidate Forum 8/29/09

5. Cincinnati Recreation Commission News- Riverfest, Senior Citizen Hall of

6. Dumpsters at Old St George and Bellevue 8/28 to 9/8/09

7. UC Students First Day

8. Info About the Casino Initiative: Website 

9. Passenger Rail Public Forum 9/8/09 
10. Membership Form for CUF



See everybody September 15, 2009!

Check the cufna.org website for current and past newsletters and for other


Robert W. Neel, M.D.
President, CUF



US Senator Sherrod Brown will be speaking on healthcare reform at the
University of Cincinnati Tangeman University Center.

"Health Insurance Reform- What's Ini It For You?"


Tuesday, September 1, 2009

10:30 am to 12 noon

University of Cincinnati Tangeman Center


Invest in Neighborhoods is conducting a candidate forum on behalf of
community councils on Wednesday, Sept. 30. Those running for City Council
and the Mayor's office will state their positions and answer question of
neighborhood interest in this event which starts at 7 pm at the Cintas
Center on the Xavier University campus. Gene Beaupre, assistant director of
the Xavier University Institute for Politics and Public Life, will moderate.
We are grateful for support from the Scripps Foundation on behalf of WCPO
and the Institute for Politics and Public Life. Put it on your calendar! 


The keynote speaker for this year?s Regional Neighborhood Network 

Conference in Decatur, IL was hailed for his fight against crime by Time
Magazine in a July 2009 profile and recently declined a chance to work for
President Barack Obama in order to continue his city government work.


Some are even suggesting that he could one day be President of the United


Newark, New Jersey Mayor Cory Booker will serve as the keynote speaker for
the conference being held Sept. 17-19, 2009 at the Decatur Conference Center
and Hotel.  Decatur will serve as conference host for the first time since
its inception more than 20 years ago and the theme, ?Hats of to the
Neighborhoods,? salutes the hard work of our neighborhood leaders while
giving a subtle nod to Decatur?s Abraham Lincoln history.


The cost for the conference is $100, which includes all meals, workshops,
transportation and speakers, or $25 for those wanting to attend the keynote
address only. For a conference schedule and registration form, email



School Board Candidate Forum

10am-noon August 29

Children's Hospital MERC Building


This forum features youth asking questions about their education and the
Achievement Gap. It is sponsored by The Avondale Youth Council with a grant
from the Kettering Foundation.

All ages welcome

Call 281-5999 for more information



News from the Cincinnati Recreation Commission



September 6, 2009

Don?t miss out on Riverfest ? the city?s largest fireworks display on the
river.  Join the fun and enjoy food and entertainment all day long with
fireworks at dark. 
See you September 6 - on the river! 


Sr. Citizen Hall of Fame

September 4, 2009

On September 4, Cincinnati Recreation Commission will host its annual Senior
Citizen Hall of Fame celebration.  The Senior Citizen Hall of Fame was
inaugurated by the Senior Citizens? Advisory Council of the Cincinnati
Recreation Commission in cooperation with the City of Cincinnati and its

The Hall of Fame recognizes the contributions and achievements of its senior
citizens. Awards are presented to persons 60 and older.  

Nominees are selected by their fellow members on the basis of significant
and continuing contributions to the social and cultural life of Cincinnati.
More than 1500 seniors have been inducted into the Hall of Fame at the
annual banquet. 

Last year, 36 representatives were inducted into the Hall of Fame at a
banquet hosting more than 700 attendees, including city officials and other

Cincinnati Recreation Commission ? 805 Central Avenue, Suite 800 ?
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
Phone: 513-352-4000 ? Fax: 513-352-1633 ? Email:
17f61eea4152fe5b90868fbb88f&count=1250780522> info.crc@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx




Thanks again to Keep Cincinnati Beautiful and the Cincinnati Litter
Department, we have dumpsters again to help with the mass "trash" that
accumulates at September Move In and Move Out days.

The dumpster at Old St. George and Bellevue Park again starting this Friday,
August 28 through Tuesday, September 8.  


Please remember: No construction debris.  

Please make use of his service and encourage those moving out to not just
leave the trash out on the curb on non-trash days.




Welcome Back UC Students!

On September 18th and 19th, UC will be welcoming in the new students.  As
part of the faculty, they always invite us to help the students move in to
the dorms, directing traffic, etc.  Smiling faces to welcome people to our
neighborhood go a long way to bridging the gap.

Anyone who is interested, please email me.




Casino Initiative


Website to download the PowerPoint Presentation Slides.





You're invited to a public forum to discuss the Passenger Rail Initiative 

Hosted by: 

The Avondale Community Council, Clifton Town Meeting, Corryville Community
Council, CUF Community Council, Mt. Auburn Community and Uptown Consortium,


Eric Rademacher, Moderator
Bobby Maly, Cincinnatians for Progress
Mark Miller, COAST 


MERC Center
620 Oak Street, 45206 

Parking for the forum is free
For directions and a map, please click link below


Tuesday, September 8, 2009
7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. 


Sheila Posey
513.861.8726  <mailto:Sposey@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 



CUF membership 
Any person subscribing to the purpose of the CUF Neighborhood Association,
Inc. and paying dues set by the Association may become a member. Election of
Trustees is held at the annual meeting in July. Eligible voters are
residents of the community who are at least 18 years of age and who are
fully paid members of the Association and who have at¬tended three general
meetings after payment of dues during the year prior to the annual meeting.
Non-res¬ident members have voice but no vote in Association meetings and may
not hold elective office. Annual CUF dues are $6.00.
CUF general meetings: 
3rd Tuesday of each month, except August and De¬cember, 7:30 pm, Deaconess
Hospital Cafeteria, 311 Straight Street
CUF Trustee meetings: 
1st Tuesday of each month, 7:00 pm, Deaconess Hospital Cafeteria, 311
Straight Street
CUF annual meeting and election: 
3rd Tuesday in July, 7:30 pm, Deaconess Hospital Cafeteria, 311 Straight

Phone: ( ) 
Membership Type:
Voting Membership: CUF resident _______________
Non-Voting Membership:  ______________
CUF organization CUF business owner   ______________
Non-resident  _____________
Non-resident property owner ______________

Membership Fee: $6.00 per year. 
Make checks payable to CUFNA.
You can bring your check to the next meeting or you can mail it to:

CUF Neighborhood Association 
2364 West McMicken Avenue, 
Cincinnati, Ohio 45214



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