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City Seeks Applicants for Service and Engagement Grant

The City of Montgomery is seeking applications for the Service and Engagement Grant. This grant is open to all not-for-profit and local service organizations with innovative ideas and the skills necessary to execute creative community projects benefiting or engaging the citizens of Montgomery. Applications that provide a beneficial service, project, or event that engages or … Continued

Unlimited Yard Waste Collection Starts October 30

Unlimited Yard Waste Collection begins Monday, October 30, and ends on December 22, 2023. The City will also provide collections during the first three Saturdays in January to coincide with the Christmas tree and greenery collection. If you have questions, please call City Hall at 513-891-2424. Guidelines Place leaves in regular 30-gallon trash cans, paper … Continued

Inspiration for Change

Council Message by Mike Cappel Once I became involved with Montgomery as a volunteer and later as a Council Member, I began to meet inspirational people and businesses everywhere. Perhaps I didn’t recognize inspiration, but I found the Inspired within the ranks of Montgomery volunteers, staff, council and later in other communities, politicians and even … Continued

Spring Brings a Feeling of Hope

Council Message by Vice Mayor Lee Ann Bissmeyer As I write this article in early April for May, I’m looking out the window at the rain with snow in the forecast for this weekend. I can’t help but liken the similarities of the unpredictable Montgomery weather we are accustomed to with the seemingly never-ending changes … Continued

Bethesda North Hospital 8th Floor Approved

The Planning Commission approved a Final Development Site Plan to construct an additional story onto the 300 Tower of the main hospital. The approximate 33,000 square foot floor will provide 44 private patient rooms designed to meet updated standards for patient and family accommodations related to Oncology Med-Surgical Care. The construction will require the temporary … Continued

Terry Willenbrink Retiring after 36 years

If you look around at the beautiful trees in Montgomery’s Parks, many of them were planted by Assistant Public Works Director and City Arborist Terry Willenbrink. Terry says he’s planted between 4,000 – 5,000 trees while working for the City. He began his career with the City of Montgomery’s Public Works Department in 1986. “I … Continued

Montgomery Searching for the 2022 Top Dog

The City of Montgomery is searching for their Top Dog for 2022! The winner of this contest will be featured in the August Bulletin and other publicity as well as earn the coveted “Top Dog” title. Explain in 150 words or less why your dog should be the 2022 Top Dog! Written descriptions, photos, and … Continued

Taglio Pizzeria & Bar Coming to Montgomery

Taglio Pizzeria + Bar is coming to Downtown Montgomery this spring. Taglio, which specializes in Detroit Style and traditional pizzas, will move into the property located at 9321 Montgomery Road next to Dunkin Donuts. The location will serve pizza, appetizers, salads, beer, wine, and cocktails, with indoor and outdoor seating available. “We are very excited … Continued

Welcome New Finance Specialist – Jessica Hunt

Jessica started with the City of Montgomery in January 2021.  Previously she served as the Administrative Assistant with Miami Township, Ohio, and has managed various finance and payroll responsibilities.  Jessica has an associates degree in Business Administration from the University of Cincinnati and is currently working towards a bachelor’s degree in business from the University … Continued

Congratulations to the 2022 Volunteer Walk of Fame Members

This year’s Volunteer Walk of Fame inductees includes Mary Jo Byrnes, Shirley Freedman, Christine Genovese, Aaron Kellenberger, Dina Schmid, and Donna Schwartz. These outstanding volunteers have reached a milestone of 250 or more volunteer hours and will be included in the Volunteer Walk of Fame walk in Montgomery Park. Hats off to these exceptional volunteers! … Continued

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