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August 15, 2022

Chris Dobrozsi

A United Montgomery Continued

Posted on August 1, 2022

Council Message by Chris Dobrozsi As July 2022 comes to a close, I would like to look back at one of my favorite months for community-building events in this special place – the City of Montgomery. July brought us together to share what we have in common – a love for this City and a...
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Montgomery Residents Diverted 1,888 Tons in 2021

Posted on July 8, 2022

Congratulations Montgomery residents! In 2021, we diverted 1,888 tons of metal, glass, plastic, paper, and yard trimmings. Residents saved resources, conserved energy, and reduced pollution by recycling. The recycling efforts in Montgomery: Conserved enough energy to power every home in Montgomery for 20 days. Reduced more air pollution than if every household in Montgomery rode...
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The Hotel Rambler Coming to Montgomery Quarter

Posted on July 5, 2022

The development team of Brandicorp, Neyer Properties, and Jeffrey R. Anderson Real Estate, Inc. has secured The Tapestry by Hilton brand for the boutique hotel planned for Montgomery Quarter. In coordination with Hilton, the development team has designed and curated the brand and name of the hotel, The Hotel Rambler, to highlight the uniqueness and...
Mike Cappel

Holidays

Posted on July 1, 2022

Council Message by Mike Cappel Memorial Day, along with Independence Day and Veterans Day celebrate America. This year Memorial Day started about a week early on my Facebook feed. The first post came from a Second Lieutenant friend from the University of Cincinnati; it showed him and five happy, smiling young men wearing yellow togas...
2022 Spring Season Of Beauty Winner

2022 Spring Seasons of Beauty Award Winner

Posted on June 28, 2022

The City of Montgomery Beautification and Tree Commission has awarded the 2022 Spring Seasons of Beauty award to Pam and Wayne Brown. The Brown home is a welcoming sight along Shelldale Way and was bursting with blooms in a multitude of colors in April and May. Even with the unseasonable cold and rain, the yard...
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Pool News/Updates – May 25, 2022

Posted on May 26, 2022

Pool season is almost here! Opening Day at the Montgomery Community Pool is Saturday, May 28! Make plans to join us this weekend! Pool hours:  Saturday, May 28: 10 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.  Sunday, May 29: 10 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.  Memorial Day, (Holiday Hours) Monday, May 30: 10 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Please note: School...
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Traffic Alert – Pfeiffer Rd

Posted on May 23, 2022

Traffic Alert On Pfeiffer Road near I-71. Starting Tuesday, May 24, a westbound lane of Pfeiffer Road will be closed while crews bury electric lines. Work will be done from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. It is expected to take two weeks. Crews may also be periodically flagging other lanes as needed.
Lee Ann Bissmeyer

Spring Brings a Feeling of Hope

Posted on May 9, 2022

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...
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Bethesda North Hospital 8th Floor Approved

Posted on May 5, 2022

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...
Terry Willenbrink

Terry Willenbrink Retiring after 36 years

Posted on May 3, 2022

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...
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Montgomery Searching for the 2022 Top Dog

Posted on May 2, 2022

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...
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Taglio Pizzeria & Bar Coming to Montgomery

Posted on April 29, 2022

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...
Jessica Hunt

Welcome New Finance Specialist – Jessica Hunt

Posted on April 28, 2022

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...
We Love Our Volunteers

Congratulations to the 2022 Volunteer Walk of Fame Members

Posted on April 18, 2022

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!...
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Montgomery Farmer’s Market Opens May 7

Posted on April 15, 2022

Montgomery Farmer's Market opens for its 13th season in May. More than a thousand people visit the market each Saturday! The Montgomery Farmer's Market features 42 vendors that sell fresh fruits, vegetables, baked goods, eggs, and a wide variety of prepared foods, including French, Indonesian, and Southern Comfort Foods. One of the most unusual vendors...
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Community Mental Health Discussion May 12

Posted on April 4, 2022

In November of 2021, residents were asked to participate in a mental health awareness survey conducted through the City website. Feedback received from this survey conveyed an overwhelming response that mental health is very important to our residents. Some of the topics of interest from those who completed the survey include: Depression Anxiety Youth Depression...
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Safety Village Returns!

Posted on March 31, 2022

Safety Village returns this summer for children, ages 5 or 6, entering kindergarten in the fall. Students learn basic pedestrian and traffic safety rules, personal safety, school bus, and fire safety. Montgomery Police Officer Bob Otte teaches the program with help from middle school and high school-aged volunteers. Location: Montgomery Elementary School Sessions (4 to...
Craig Margolis

It’s OK to Talk About Mental Health

Posted on March 30, 2022

Council Message by Mayor Craig Margolis Six months ago, I shared plans of a community initiative designed to address mental health concerns in our community. Through our many programs, commissions, and initiatives, Montgomery wants to continue to be known as a caring community, and promoting good mental health will be another way of demonstrating we...
Bee Pollinator Talk

Grow Your Knowledge on Ohio Pollinators

Posted on March 24, 2022

Montgomery’s Beautification & Tree Commission is proud to present a new curated series: B&T Talks, which will feature keynote speakers, educational sessions, and family-fun workshops centered around “Keeping Montgomery Beautiful.” From learning basic gardening tips and planting herbs and vegetables to creating holiday decor with evergreens or building birdhouses, all sessions are free, family-oriented, and...
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