2020 Street Resurfacing Program
Crews will work along the approximate schedule:
August 26 - Chip Sealing
August 28 & 29 - Blackmat coating
There will be short periods of time that you will not be able to drive on the roads that are being worked on or while they are curing. The future instructions on your door will provide greater details. Next year, we will work on the remaining streets with a fresh budget. Funds for these repairs and surfacing are provided to us by the State of Ohio gasoline and license plate taxes.
The following streets are scheduled for repairs and resurfacing:
- Morse Ave.
- Greenwood Ave.
- Walnut Ave.
- Glendale Ave.
- Linden Ave.
- N. Troy Ave.
- Little Creek Ln.
- "Short" Albion Ave.
- Kingfisher Ln.
Planning Commission Vacancy
Mayor Don Lofty has announced that Jill Beitz, a member of the GPHPC, has notified him of her intention to resign from the Commission, effective July 17, 2020. Mayor Lofty has accepted the resignation with his sincere gratitude for her service to the Village.
Anyone interested in the position should contact Mayor Lofty at the Village Office, 30 Village Square, call (513)772-7200 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Only residents of the Village are eligible. The Village is especially interested in finding people who have training, background and/or experience in fields related to historic preservation, architecture, municipal planning, or archeology.
Information about the Commission can be found by clicking the link below. Meetings are generally held on the first Monday of each month at 5:30pm, unless a holiday requires a different day. The Mayor will be happy to provide additional information to anyone interested.
/The appointment will be for the remainder of Ms. Beitz’s term, which expires January 1, 2021. Thereafter the appointee will be considered for reappointment to a new four-year term. The deadline for submitting an application is Monday, August 17 by 4:00 p.m.More Info
Hamilton County Updates on COVID-19 Isolation Guidelines
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) updated its guidance for the duration of isolation necessary following COVID-19 diagnosis. This guidance is important in that it will affect the criteria for employees and others infected with COVID-19 to return to work and/or normal activity. The guidance updates are as follows:
- For most persons with COVID-19, isolation and precautions can generally be discontinued 10 days after symptom onset and resolution of fever for at least 24 hours, without the use of fever- reducing medications and with improvement in other symptoms.
- Symptom-based criteria were modified as follows: changed from “at least 72 hours” to “at least 24 hours” have passed since last fever without the use of fever-reducing medications, and changed from “improvement in respiratory symptoms” to “improvement in symptoms” to address the expanding list of symptoms associated with COVID-19.
- A person who has clinically recovered from COVID-19 and then is identified as a contact of a new case within 3 months of symptom onset of their most recent illness does not need to be quarantined or retested for SARS-CoV-2. However, if a person is identified as a contact of a new case 3 months or more after symptom onset, they should follow quarantine recommendations for contacts found by clicking here.
These are the biggest changes in guidance for return to work/activity. The following link provides a wealth of information about resuming business and other activities. As always, please call anytime with questions.