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Mt. Washington School Kindergarten Enrollment

Mt Washington School is enrolling now for kindergarten! Children who Enroll Now are eligible to attend their free, Blast-Off to Kindergarten Summer Readiness Program beginning
June 4-June 15.

Parents are encouraged to stop by THE school, Monday through Friday between the hours of 7:30am-2:30pm to enroll.

Councilman Greg Landsman Community Meeting

Councilman Greg Landsman will be at The Ashford of Mt. Washington this Thursday, 5/3, from 4-6PM. Come ask him questions about what is going on at City Hall, how to get involved with the City Budget process for 2019, and get assistance with issues you may be having with the City.

Thank you, Greg, for reaching out to our residents!

Neighborhood Blitz

The week of August 28th the Department of Public Services Neighborhood Operations Division will be in Mt. Washington for the Neighborhood Blitz Clean up. Below is an overview of the blitz clean up.

Monday, August 28th – September 1st 

Greenspace Crew
Will mow, trim & edge all DPS owned properties during the week.

Dumpster
One (20yd.) dumpster has been delivered to the rear parking lot at the Rec Center, 1715 Beacon St. It will be removed on Friday, September 1st by 10:00am. If dumpsters become full before Friday, staff will empty and bring it back.

The following items are “NOT” permitted in the dumpster:
Tires (stack outside dumpster)
Paints
Hazardous Waste Materials
Oils
Helium Tanks
Lacquers/Thinners
Propane Tanks
Liquids of any kind
Gas Cans
Appliances w/Freon

Street Sweeping
Street Sweeping will be done in accordance to the new 2017 Street Sweeping schedule.

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Friday, September 1st
Roving Trash Truck 
There will be a roving trash truck circulating through Mt. Washington servicing all corner cans and collecting excessive trash and illegal dumped items.

Litter Picking
Staff will be on foot litter picking main thoroughfares and heavily littered areas.

Private Lot Abatement Program (PLAP)
Staff will abate privately owned properties that have been cited for litter, high grass and overgrown brush violations.

McNick High School Field Lighting Meeting

If anyone is interested in the progress of the lights and sound system at McNicholas High School, please feel free to attend.

From McNicholas High School:

“Dear Neighbor,
Since you have previously attended a meeting or expressed interest and/or concerns regarding McNicholas High School’s lights and sound initiative for the athletic complex, I wanted to personally invite you to attend our next meeting. We will provide updates and have plenty of time for Q&A.
This meeting will be held on Wednesday, May 10 at 7:00 pm in the Café & Student Union at the school. This area of the school can be easily accessed off the courtyard adjacent to the main parking lot on Beechmont Avenue.
In the meantime, please call or email if you have any questions. We look forward to having you join us.
Sincerely,
Dave Jackson
Executive Director
Archbishop McNicholas High School
513.231.3500 ext. 5817
513.602.8002 mobile
http://www.mcnhs.org/”

Mt. Washington School Kindergarten is Enrolling Now

Mt. Washington School is currently enrolling students for kindergarten. Open enrollment (in-district and out of district students) continues through April 30th. In-district students may continue to enroll after April 30th.

Personalized tours are available. Call 363-3835 or email hayesil@cps-k12.org to schedule a tour.

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