The Fall Releaf program, initiated by the Cincinnati Parks Board has started again for the 37th season. If you are interested in planting a tree for your yard or perhaps want to get together with your neighbors to start a tree program on your block, check out the website, find out if you are eligible, look at the list of trees, fill out the request form, and plant (or have planted) your tree. It's a great program that can be utilized to make a great impact for yourself and your neighbors. Click on the Cincinnati Parks Banner below and go to the "Fall Releaf" section of the page. Or, you may also use the other links to find the ReLeaf Information Flyer, Request Form, and the Tree Selection List for 2015:
Presentation of the pro & con positions on City of Cincinnati, Hamilton County and State of Ohio Issues to be decided by voters on the November Ballot
DATE: Monday, Oct. 5, 2015
LOCATION: Downtown Library, Huenefeld Tower Room
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