The Hyde Park Neighborhood Council has presented the city this report with the board's recommendations regarding the draft Land Development Code. Thank you to the many neighbors who participated in this process! We will keep you updated as needed.
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HYDE PARK NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL HONORS STUDENTS OF THE YEAR AT ANNUAL MEETING
The Hyde Park Neighborhood Council named students from the Hyde Park School, Springer School, Clark Montessori, Kilgour School, St. Mary’s and Summit Country Day as part of its annual Spring Meeting.
“This is a great chance for us to recognize some outstanding students and the neighborhood schools that make Hyde Park a vibrant place to live,” said Rob Pasquinucci, president of the neighborhood council.
Students honored at the event were:
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Planned Removal of Ash street trees in Hyde Park
The Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) has spread into Cincinnati and has hit Hyde Park hard. This invasive beetle bores into ash trees and feeds on the cambium layer under the bark of the tree, cutting off its nutrient supply and ultimately kills it.
The City had planned a complete removal all of the ash street trees in Hyde Park and marked them with a yellow ‘X’. As a result of an appeal by the Hyde Park Neighborhood Council, the City agreed to a compromise and at this time will remove only those trees significantly infested or dead, and hazardous.
Ash trees can be protected by treating them with a pesticide that will kill the beetle. Unfortunately, due to the large number of ash street trees in the City, including several hundred on twenty blocks in Hyde Park, the continued cost of treatment is beyond the City budget. However, the City will allow you to treat your ash street tree after obtaining a free Public Tree Work Permit.
Visit the NEWS page for information on "How To Protect Your Ash. . . .Tree That Is"
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