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CPO RETURNS TO UNION TOWNSHIP

The Union Township Board of Trustees proudly announces the addition of the Cincinnati Philharmonic Orchestra to its 2018 Summer Concert Series.   The orchestra, formerly the Clermont Philharmonic Orchestra, has been a...

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Police Night Out

Police Night Out Thursday, August 2nd at Veteran's Memorial Park 6pm-9pm Free hamburgers & hotdogs, games, dunking booth, public safety displays and raffles. For more information they can call 513-752-1230 Ext.2219 or email...

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SCAM ALERT!

NOTICE: SCAM ALERT! Energy Alliances, Inc., your aggregation partner, wanted to alert you to the fact that a higher than expected number of aggregation participants have left your program in the...

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MERCY HEALTH BRINGS MEDICAL CENTER TO UNION T…

MERCY HEALTH BRINGS MEDICAL CENTER TO UNION TOWNSHIP Even the cold, dreary weather couldn't dampen spirits as ground was broken Thursday, March 8, for a new 75,000 square foot medical center...

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Summer Concerts 2018

The Union Township Board of Trustees is proud to be bringing back the free Summer Concert Series. Following is the lineup for 2018:   Saturday, May 19        Everett & Delta Storm Saturday, June...

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Duke Reliability Upgrade Project Community In…

Please find information concerning the upcoming Duke Reliability Project including contact information and upgrade plans for transmission lines running from the Summerside Road substation to Mt. Carmel Road by clicking...

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2017 Union Township Opt Out Letter Natural Ga…

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CPO RETURNS TO UNION TOWNSHIP

The Union Township Board of Trustees proudly announces the addition of the Cincinnati Philharmonic Orchestra to its 2018 Summer Concert Series.

 

The orchestra, formerly the Clermont Philharmonic Orchestra, has been a favorite of Union Township concert-goers since the Civic Center opened in 2005. Clermont County’s finest musicians will be in concert at 7 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 25, at the Union Township Amphitheatre.

 

The orchestra was formed in 1997. The CPO and chamber players have performed many concerts at local schools and other social institutions. The CPO Pops has performed numerous outdoor summer concerts at various parks throughout Clermont County. Performances have included such international musical stars as Sandra Rivers, piano, Pip Clarke, violin, John Hendrickson, piano, and Alex DePue, fiddler.

 

The Union Township Amphitheatre is located in back of the Civic Center, 4350 Aicholtz Road. This is a free concert. Bring your families and friends and let the CPO entertain you with beautiful music.

 

CPO

 

 

Police Night Out

Police Night Out

Thursday, August 2nd at Veteran's Memorial Park

6pm-9pm

Free hamburgers & hotdogs, games, dunking booth, public safety displays and raffles. For more information they can call 513-752-1230 Ext.2219 or email Officer Siekbert

MERCY HEALTH BRINGS MEDICAL CENTER TO UNION TOWNSHIP

MERCY HEALTH BRINGS MEDICAL CENTER TO UNION TOWNSHIP

Even the cold, dreary weather couldn't dampen spirits as ground was broken Thursday, March 8, for a new 75,000 square foot medical center at the Ivy Pointe office complex. The Mercy Health - Eastgate Medical Center will house Mercy Health and OHC Inc. cancer treatment and women's health, physical rehabilitation, an outpatient pharmacy, primary care and specialty physician practices, and the Cincinnati Eye Institute, which will include an ambulatory surgery center. The facility has been long-awaited since Mercy Health originally purchased 21 acres in 2015 from Ivy Pointe developer, Cincinnati United Contractors. Union Township trustees are excited to have yet another Mercy Health facility in the area (last fall, Mercy opened the West Clermont HealthPlex at the new West Clermont High School). The $18.7 million Eastgate Medical Center is expected to be completed by the third quarter of 2019.

Mercy Health Eastgate

 

 

SCAM ALERT!

NOTICE: SCAM ALERT!


Energy Alliances, Inc., your aggregation partner, wanted to alert you to the fact that a higher than expected number of aggregation participants have left your program in the last few weeks. This can be due in part to people moving in and out of the area, but primarily we are seeing drops due to:


• Door-to-door solicitations

• Telephone solicitations

• Solicitors aggressively marketing inside of retailers such as Menards, Sam’s Club, etc.

 

The sales tactics for the above solicitations are aggressive, sometimes misleading and many times in violation of the Public Utility Commission’s rules for marketing. Additionally, terms and conditions often include low introductory prices and purposely hide, in fine print, the often exorbitant price after the relatively short (1 to 3 month) introductory term. These offers may also include hefty early termination fees and/or other terms which may be objectionable to the customer (such as automatic roll-over provisions). Many times, door-to-door solicitors ask to see a resident’s Duke bill on the pretext of confirming their current rate, then obtain pertinent information from the bill and switch the account without the resident’s consent or knowledge. Residents should be cautioned to never let anyone trying to sell them something see a copy of their bill.


Residents should be aware that PUCO regulations require sales agents to immediately identify themselves and their company and explain why they are speaking with them. Solicitors must wear an identification badge displaying their photo and full name and the name, logo, and phone number of the company they are representing.
Residents who feel they were pressured into switching have rights: they can immediately call Duke Energy to rescind their enrollment or wait for the Duke Energy letter acknowledging the switch, then call the number provided to rescind the switch during the allotted rescission period.


If a resident feels they were inappropriately switched, they can call the PUCO at (800) 686-PUCO (7826) and lodge a complaint. Residents should always write down the company, the name of the person they spoke with and any other pertinent information (such as promises made, prices and terms offered, etc.). They can also use their cell phone to take a photo of the solicitor’s badge and get a supervisor’s phone number for their records.


Community aggregation programs continue to be one of the best ways for residents to get a reliable energy supply at a reasonable price from a trustworthy company that community leaders have vetted and chosen.

Summer Concerts 2018

The Union Township Board of Trustees is proud to be bringing back the free Summer Concert Series. Following is the lineup for 2018:

 

Saturday, May 19        Everett & Delta Storm

Saturday, June 2         Leroy Ellington Band

Saturday, June 16       Ladi T of Cinci Band

Saturday, June 30       Kevin McCoy Band    

Saturday, July 21        Model Behavior

Saturday, July 28        Chuck Brisbin & The Tuna Project

Saturday, Aug. 11     The Gamut

Saturday, Sept. 8         Robin Lacy and DeZydeco

 

All concerts begin at 8 p.m. and will be held in the Union Township Amphitheatre, in back of the Civic Center, 4350 Aicholtz Road, Cincinnati, OH  45145.