GCIC Board of Directors Meeting June 22, 2021
The Board of Directors for the Glendale Community Improvement Corporation (GCIC) will hold a meeting on Tuesday, June 22, 2021 at 5:00 p.m. in order to discuss the potential sale of Village-owned properties, including the lot located at 10860 Springfield Pike.
In light of the improving COVID situation, this meeting will be held as a “hybrid” meeting, meaning that it will be held in-person at Town Hall, 80 E. Sharon Ave. with appropriate safety guidelines, as well as using Zoom Video Meetings for those who prefer to participate remotely. All Ohio requirements for holding a remote meeting will be met. The meeting will be available on YouTube Live for those wishing to simply view the meeting.
Sufficient time at the Board of Directors meeting will be designated for Public Comment, to allow each of those register in advance to address the Board for five (5) minutes. Those interested in registering to provide public comments should contact David Lumsden at firstname.lastname@example.org or (513) 771-7200. If there is time, persons not registered will also be allowed to address the Board.
2020 Drinking Water Consumer Confidence ReportThe Village of Glendale Utilities Department has prepared a yearly report to provide information to you, the consumer, on the quality of our drinking water. Included within this report is general health information, water quality test results, how to participate in decisions concerning your drinking water and water system contacts.
Brood X Cicada InformationThe so-called “Brood X” cicadas are set to emerge in parts of western and central Ohio after 17 years underground, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR).
The last time Brood X emerged was in 2004 and were most numerous in southwest Ohio in the Cincinnati and Dayton areas, but they also emerged in lesser numbers as far north as Defiance County and as far east as Franklin County in the Columbus area.
Periodical cicadas live for several weeks, and Brood X should be gone by early July. Get ready for periodical cicada Brood X in western and central Ohio – truly one of nature’s most amazing events!
Full ODNR Notice