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Marble Cliff Announcements

Fountain Opening Ceremony

The Village of Marble Cliff will be hosting a Fountain Opening Ceremony Thursday, May 11th at 5:30 PM at the south end of the Cambridge Boulevard Island. This ceremony will mark the opening of the Cambridge Fountain, an iconic feature of the Village. The Mayor is extending an invitation to come enjoy time together as we celebrate our community and the warm weather.

Please note that Cambridge Boulevard will be closed from 5-7 PM northbound from 3rd Avenue to 5th Avenue and southbound from Cardigan Avenue to 3rd Avenue.

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National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day Sat 22 Apr

National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day—a bi-annual event—aims to educate the community about the potential for abuse of medications and how proper disposal can help to protect families, the community and the environment as a whole. In Franklin County, SWACO partners with communities and local law enforcement to promote the mobile collection day and to make permanent collection sites available year-round.

WHAT:
US Drug Enforcement Agency’s National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day. This event is conducted across Franklin County at collection sites which provide families and residents a convenient, responsible way to dispose of unused or expired dry prescription medication.
This event is free and open to any resident of Franklin County.

WHEN:
Saturday, April 22 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

WHERE:
Various locations throughout Franklin County. Visit the Collection Site Locator HERE.

MORE INFORMATION:
Click HERE to learn more about the types of medications accepted and details on drop-off sites throughout Central Ohio.

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Curbside Leaf Pick-Up to Begin Monday 24 October

Weekly curbside leaf pick-up is scheduled to begin Monday, October 24 and continue into early December. Vacuuming will be done each Monday (or the next possible day if inclement weather) by the same company, Environmental Management Inc. that we have used for the last few years. Please observe the following:

  1. Rake leaves to the grass tree lawn strip area next to the street as soon as possible. DO NOT rake leaves into the street, as cars parked on the street can start a fire. Plus, the leaves can block the storm sewers causing dangerous ponding and expensive sewer cleaning.
  2. Do not place/mix yard waste and tree branches with the leaves. Dirt, decaying plants, and tree branches can clog the vacuuming equipment, slowing or stopping removal for that day. This costs the Village extra money and delays collection.
  3. If you want your leaves picked up, do not park your car in front of the piles on MondaysRemember to pile leaves in the grass tree lawn where the truck can have easy access. The truck is equipped with a side mount vacuum and designed to pull alongside a leaf pile, not back up to the pile. And remember, the vacuum hose is only 10 feet long.
  4. For those living on Cambridge, Village Court, or Arlington, do not place leaves onto the “island” across the street from your home. All leaves are to be piled in the grass tree lawn along the curb in front of your home. If you have a lawn service, please be sure to tell them, as they have been one of our biggest violators.
  5. Leaves may be bagged in biodegradable paper bags, but will then be removed by the Grandview Heights Service Dept. as yard waste each Monday through the end of November. The bags cannot be thrown into the vacuum trucks.
  6. If your street has already been vacuumed for the day, the service will not return to your street until the next scheduled Monday pickup.
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Business Roundtable Wed, 10 Aug 2022

Business Roundtable

The Tri-Village Chamber Partnership, City of Grandview Heights, and the Village of Marble Cliff would like to hear from our business community. We invite you to join us for this opportunity to network and share your challenges, successes, and outlook for your business. This is also a great opportunity to hear from others who may have had the same experience(s) and/or provide you with some additional resources you may need. This roundtable event will be facilitated by Greg Kidwell, President of Pathways Financial Credit Union and Past-Chair of the Tri-Village Chamber Partnership. Participation is free, snacks will be provided, and although attendance is limited, this event is open to both TVCP members and non-members.

REGISTER SOON BECAUSE SEATING IS LIMITED!

https://business.chamberpartnership.org/events/details/business-roundtable-we-want-to-hear-from-you-3711