In brief

LEBANON

City asks for input on Master Plan

The City of Lebanon draft Master Plan is available for review and comment online at www.thinkdowntown.org/review-think-downtown-master-plan/. The city will compile Facebook comments through Oct. 13 to provide to consultant Planning Next.

If you have any questions, please contact Jason Millard at 513-228-3172 or email jmillard@lebanonohio.gov. We appreciate your participation and ideas in this process.

Oktoberfest Oct. 14

On Oct. 14 from 11 a.m.-10:30 p.m. mark your calendar for Oktoberfest. This popular fall festival held on Mulberry St. in downtown Lebanon, features craft beer, wine, food, music and more. Be sure to bring the whole family and visit the kids’ zone. All proceeds will benefit Miller Eco Park.

MORAINE

Safe Senior program offered

The City of Moraine’s Safe Senior program is a voluntary program that identifies, locates and/or assists seniors and other residents in times of emergency. This free program is available to residents with Alzheimer’s/Dementia; 65 years or older and lives alone on a frequent basis with a medical condition that is potentially incapacitating or a juvenile or adult with developmental disorders, such as Down Syndrome or Autism.

If you know someone that would benefit from this program please contact Officer John Howard at 937-535-1166 or by email at jhoward@moraineoh.org.

Zombie Fest Oct. 27-28

On Oct. 27-28 from 6-10 p.m. Slash Moraine has gone to the Zombies with Zombie Fest. This weekend fest will feature: The Zombie Run, where you’ll have to outrun Zombies; Hayrides and Spooktacular Trails; new scenes, ghouls and frights as you walk through the creepy buildings; a trunk or treat, teen dance and pet costume contest.

To find out more information visit slashmoraine.com. Call 937-535-1062 if you would like to volunteer as an actor.

Street improvements

During October and November, the city contracted companies to provide essential road repair work.

In October East River Road will be reconstructed between Dryden Road and the bike path crossing just north of the Dayton Rowing Club. The road will be closed to through traffic for about one month. Access to local businesses and the boat ramp will be provided except for brief temporary closures.

In November streets scheduled to be milled and paved include: Beechgrove, Clearview, Cottage, Cozy Camp, Elter, Miami Shores, Outdoor, Recreation, Swimming Hole, Shadyview, Shorelands Trail-On, E. Venetian, W. Venetian and Willowview.

Street parking will be prohibited throughout much of the project which should take about a week for each plat, weather permitting.

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