Oakley Community Council Meeting
Tuesday, September 4, 2018 – 7 PM Oakley Recreation Center firstname.lastname@example.org www.Facebook.com/Oakley45209
Trustees Present: Jes Overley, Evan Nolan, Jon Bernier, Kenny McNutt, Dave Schaff, Dan Krohn, Stacy Lehman, Sean Fausto, Jason Wilcoxon
Trustees Not Present: Cody Gausvik, Colleen Renolds MEETING MINUTES
· City Hotline – 591-6000
· Cincinnati District 2 Police Non-Emergency – 949-4400
· Fix it Cincy! Mobile App
Cincinnati Fire Department – Station 31
· See attached form, concerning smart 911 system
· 300 runs, nothing specific causing uptick
· 10/13/18, Firehouse Open House from 1-5 pm
Cincinnati Police Department Report – District 2: Shawn Tarvin CPD & District 2 Capt. Aaron Jones – Phone 513-979-4480
· Rash of Breaking and entering at 3100/3200 block of Madison road, at small businesses
· Spike in theft from autos
· Encourage to use fix it cincy app to report things like abandoned cars
· Trunk or Treat event on Oct 27th
· Working on new classes for seniors
· Increasing Toddler/Preschool classes during the day
Oakley Master Plan (OMP) Steering Committee
Next public working session for the Oakley master plan is on Oct 16th at 7 pm, probably at community center. Will be first chance to see rough draft of OMP.
City Hall Liaison – Evan Nolan, Colleen Reynolds, Dan Krohn, Sean Fausto
Some public questions about ownership of Masonic Lodge at Ridge/Madison – will it be developed commercially or for private residents?
Election Committee for December – Sean Fausto, Evan Nolan, Colleen Reynolds
· Jes, Kenny, Jason and Dan’s seat are up for re-election at December meeting
· Requirements to run:
o Member for 60 days prior to election (so join by next monthly meeting)
o Attend 3 organizational meetings.
· Must be a member to vote
· Nominees can email Sean, Evan and Colleen
New OCC Trustee Announcement – Joe Groh is elected by trustee vote conducted over email after August 3rd-Thursday meeting
Neighborhood Flag Project – Cincy Flags – Lacey Haslam
· Flag project is seeking input for flag for each community. There are workshops coming up, with designs hopefully in November.
Oakley Food Pantry – Pastor Judy Jackson
· See attached forms
· Sources for pantry are drying up – holding a food drive on 22 Sept, from 10-2. Donations can be dropped off at 4100 Taylor Ave.
Oakley 5k – Madtree and Fleet Feet – Frank DeJulius – asking for letter of support from OCC
· See attached form. Seeking Letter of support from OCC
· Motion: Move to support vision of Fleet Feet and MadTree 5k on Oct 5, 2019. (Sean Fausto)
· Second: Jason
· Vote 8-0-1, with Kenny McNutt abstaining
Hamilton County Children’s Services Levy – Laura Kay Clifton
· Encouraging people to vote to support new levy for HCCS
Issues Facing the Judicial System – Judge Dennis Deters
· Appellate judge concerned over the impacts of Issue 1, and the issues of crowding at the justice center.
Judicial Candidate – Ginger Bock
· Candidate for 1st district court of appeals
Approve 8/16/18 Meeting Minutes
· Motion: Evan
· Second: Sean
· Vote 6-0-3, with John, Stacey and Dan abstaining
June, July and August OCC financial report – Jason Wilcoxon
· See attached form for all 3 months
· Motion to approve: Evan
· Second: Dan
· Vote: Unanimous
· Next Third Thursday Meeting 9/20/18, Crossroads 7PM
o Plan to look at special events SOP
· Next Tuesday OCC Meeting 10/2/18, Oakley Recreation Center 7PM
SEPTEMBER CFO Report
FIRE & EMS
The Cincinnati Fire Department is encouraging the public to sign up for Smart 911, an emergency communications tool that provides 9-1-1 call takers and first responders with additional critical information about participating residents.
This technology helps reduce response times and provide first responders with vital information that can help improve incident outcomes.
Information such as medical conditions to blood type to primary language can be place in user's Safety Profile as well as a Facility Profile about their current location.
Citizens can sign up for Smart 911 by going to www.Smart911. com. Remember no one plans to call 9-1-1 but now you can plan ahead.
Cincinnati Fire Department Open House Day
On Saturday, October 13, 2018 from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM, the Cincinnati Fire Department will open its 26 fire stations to the public. The Cincinnati Fire Department's "Open House Day" will be a great time for children and adults to learn fire safety and about the Cincinnati Fire Department in general. To attend children must be accompanied by an adult.
Refreshments will be served.
Please join the Cincinnati Fire Department when we open our doors on Saturday, October 13, 2018 from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM.
Hoarding Problems - 352-2331 Smoke Detectors - 352-2331 Home Inspections - 352-2331
Carbon Monoxide Detectors - 357-7582 Car Seat Installation - 357-7582