March 9, 2024


7:30 PMMeeting called to order by Community Council president, Michael Watson.

Minutes from RCC Membership Meeting dated 2/9/06 were approved as presented.


Cincinnati�s City Official�s Report:


Fire Report: Reported a February total of 99 runs, with 15 of them being fires.


Cincinnati�s Recreation Commission: Carol Douglas reported a successful Black History program and display of Scott Donaldson�s art. Easter Egg Hunt held on April 8. Summer program signups going on now at Bond Hill Rec Center, 1501 Elizabeth Place. Also speaking was supervisor from Cincinnati Recreation, discussing upgrading neighborhood swimming pools this summer. Carole also reported improvements coming for Roselawn Park this summer.


Public Library �- Rick Ryan from the library showed drawings of the proposed new library facilities for Roselawn and Bond Hill. He discussed 4 considerations for the merger: 1) Need to raise additional funds; 2) New building must not cost more than the two branches; 3) new library will display pictures from both communities, and 4) new facility will have improved security.


Community Police Partnering �CPOP�: (Charles Houston) Next meeting / Greater need for community participation�


Police Report: Welcomed New Community Officers Lesa Chatman, Abe Lawson, Lori Deardorff and Officer McNeal.� They stressed that communication between citizens and police is important and encouraged people to get involved.


Businesses That Care�� Local Liquor Establishments�Vito Folci of Vito�s spoke of the recent shooting in his establishment.


RCC�s Committee Reports:


Beautification:Keep Cincinnati Beautiful Clean Up is April 22. Urge all to get involved. (Open Chair Position)


Business Assoc: Next meeting is Wednesday, April 12 at 8 AM.


Law & Safety:� Cincinnati Building Inspector, Dave Hardinger, said the city has recently issued violation letters for zoning violations in the community.


Roselawn Condon School Report:Regina Livers indicated the architectural portion of the school redevelopment will resume later this spring.


Meeting adjourned.


Barbara Kley