Weekly Highlights (Jan. 22 – Jan. 26, 2018)

“C” Block Demolition Project

All 4 buildings have now been cleared.  Remediation of the 24/30 Cromwell building is now occurring.  You will see the workers in their space suits working on retrieving and bagging asbestos from the crawlspace of that structure.  Upon completion, the entire site will be graded and seeded as green space until a developer is named.

Golf Course

This week the Village hired a well-qualified individual to be the golf course superintendent at the Greenhills Golf Course. He has extensive experience at numerous large courses on the east coast. We are excited for his work to begin!

We hope you will consider joining and/or playing at the golf course!  We are happy to work with you to schedule a league, a party or special event.

Golf and Pool Membership Applications

The golf and pool membership forms for 2018 are being mailed to last year’s members in early February.  Membership forms are also available through our website.

Greenhills will be a busy place in 2018!

There are a lot of projects being discussed and planned. At the top of the list is our housing initiative on the west side of Winton. A project originally presented in the Greenhills 2009 Comprehensive Plan is finally coming to fruition! With the completion of demolition in the “C” block will come the task of seeking a qualified developer to build the new homes in our Historic District.  We will be taking our time to track down the right developer for the job!

Also underway is the design work for the new K-6 school building that will be constructed in Greenhills.  The new school will be on the site of the existing Middle School on Farragut Road. Construction is anticipated to start in 2019 and open for classes in 2021.

During 2018 the Greater Cincinnati Water Works will be designing a new 8” water main project that will take place on the east side of Winton.  Streets included are: Ireland, Illona, Japonica, and Junefield from Ireland to just south of Japonica.

This year the Home Improvement Repair Fund returns! This popular program helps property owners make exterior repairs to their homes.  Historic renovations are encouraged with a grant amount up to $5,000. Details of the program should be out by late March.

This year brings the opening of new ADA-compliant restrooms and pathway in the Village’s recreation complex, thankfully replacing port-o-lets!  Users of the golf course, picnic shelter and playground will appreciate this new amenity!

Weekly Highlights (Jan. 16-19)

Demolition Update:

If you have been following the progress of the demolition in the “C” block, you know that 2 of the 4 buildings have now been totally removed and graded.  The building at 25/35 Chalmers has been torn down as of today; removal of the debris will begin next week.

New Restroom Facilities and Pathway

The new facilities – located near the golf course and picnic shelter – are nearing completion!  The new restroom and pathway will be a tremendous asset to our recreational facilities in this area!

2018 Season at the Greenhills Golf Course

The Greenhills Golf Course will be ready for the 2018 season!  This week we were fortunate to find a candidate with extensive experience in golf course maintenance. We are excited about the possibilities!  Let this be the year you join the golf course.  We have simplified the memberships – having a rate of just $150 per member  if you are a resident of Greenhills, and a rate of just $200 if you are a non-resident.   Membership applications are now available on the Village website.

Snow Removal

Snow removal over the last week has kept the Service Department busy!  We appreciate the compliments from the residents for a job well done by the Service crew!