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  • Anderson Township

    Anderson Township, Ohio, named as one of the Greater Cincinnati area's most livable neighborhoods. Discover why some 43,500 residents call this beautiful southeastern Hamilton County, Ohio township home. Anderson Township is conveniently located less than 15 minutes from do...

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  • Cincinnati,Ohio Moveon

    This is the Cincinnati, Ohio Council of Moveon.org a progressive political organization...

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  • City Of Bellevue
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  • City Of Blue Ash

    Blue Ash Team Mission Statement: To provide superior services, facilities, and activities for all citizens utilizing key guiding principles of integrity, compassion, innovation, professionalism, and commitment. Blue Ash Team Vision Statement: We will continuously improve...

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  • City Of Cheviot

    History of Cheviot: The history of Cheviot dates back to 1796 when one James Smith discovered a large spring. He cleared a couple of acres, built a cabin and lived there in solitude for a while. He then disappeared for a time but in 1812 came back with a family and bought a ...

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  • City Of Cincinnati

    About Cincinnati: Nestled among the hills of the Ohio River Valley, the City of Cincinnati has the personality and charm of an Old World city, complemented by the stature of a world class business center. With a generous share of Fortune 500 companies and a diverse ros...

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  • City of Dayton

    History : It may be hard to conceive the City of Dayton divided into two communities, but today's Dayton Kentucky is the result of a merger between the communities of Brooklyn and Jamestown that took place in 1867. Jamestown was incorporated March 1st, 1848. ...

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  • City Of Deer Park
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  • City Of Forest Park

    Mission: To Deliver the Highest Quality of Professional Public Service Effectively and Efficiently....

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  • City Of Fort Thomas

    Mission Statement The vibrancy of the business climate within the city of Fort Thomas is a critical component of a healthy community. Utilizing the Main Street four-point approach, the Board focuses on positively impacting the designated Renaissance district through economi...

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  • City of Madiera

    About the City: The City of Madeira is a suburban community located in southwest Ohio just 12 miles northeast of downtown Cincinnati on Interstate 71. We have 8,923 residents within our 3.5 square mile territory. In addition to our thriving Central Business District, where ...

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  • City Of Mt. Healthy

    Vision: The City of Mt. Healthy strives to be a fiscally sound and stable city providing to all of its residents and businesses a safe, viable, and clean environment, complemented with an excellent quality of life. The city will plan, construct, and maintain public faciliti...

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  • City Of North College Hill

    History Of North College Hill: The community of North College Hill, as we know it today, was part of a million acre tract purchased by John Cleves Symmes in 1787. All of the area was in Springfield Township. Many of the early settlers came from Springfield, New Jersey, t...

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  • City Of Norwood

    Rich in pride, tradition and heritage, the City of Norwood, Ohio has long thrived as an independent community nestled in the heart of the Greater Cincinnati metropolitan area. Since its founding in 1888, Norwood has grown into a center for commerce and industry proudly serv...

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  • City Of Reading
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  • City Of Sharonville

    About the City: Known as the "City of Progress," Sharonville was incorporated in 1962 and has a statutory form of government. Residents and Sharonville businesses benefit from 3 fire stations, 5 multi-use buildings, 17 ball fields, 2 community centers with pools, ...

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  • City Of Silverton

    History of Silverton Formed out of Columbia and Sycamore Townships, Silverton had its beginnings in the post-Revolutionary War land grants. In 1809 David Mosner opened a general store at the crossroads of Plainfield Pike and Montgomery Road. For the next several decades ...

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  • City Of Southgate

    Located in Campbell County in the northern part of Kentucky, Southgate has a small town feel in an Urban area that is only 2 miles from downtown Cincinnati, Ohio....

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  • City Of Springdale

    In 1791, when General Arthur St. Clair appointed Henry Weaver a territorial justice of the peace, Springfield residents filled many township offices. In 1839, George Breaden was township supervisor and James McLean was constable. In 1840, the trustees elected Breaden constab...

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  • City Of St. Bernard

    About the City: The City of St. Bernard shares a rich heritage,progressive government, reasonable property and earnings taxes and unique services. Responsible businesses and local-shopping convenience combined with award-winning schools and caring churches welcome those l...

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