Amberley Village E-News
E-News Gets a Fresh New Look
Welcome to the newly redesigned Amberley Village E-News! As part of our ongoing efforts to increase communications with residents, we've given the E-News a refresh as well. Please let us know what you think, including any topics you'd like to hear more about. We also accept photos and information regarding neighborhood events and activities, so feel free to share those as well! We look forward to hearing from you!

Curbside Services: Thanksgiving Holiday Schedule
Rumpke:
Residents can expect regular trash and recycling collection service from Rumpke for the Thanksgiving Holiday.  No delays are expected.

Leaf Collection:
No collection Thanksgiving Day or the day after Thanksgiving.  Service restarts on Monday, December 2.

Distracted Driving Simulator
At the request of Council Member Peg Conway (pictured left), Amberley Village hosted a Distracted Driving Simulator Event this past Sunday, where residents were given the opportunity to see first hand the negative impact of distracted driving. Run by Officer Mark Roeseler, the simulator attracted drivers both with experience, and those new to the road. 

OVI Task Force Recognizes Amberley Village


Amberley Village was recently named a Gold Member Agency by the Hamilton County OVI Task Force for its commitment to keeping impaired drivers off the street.
In addition to this designation, Sgt. Brandon Gehring was recognized for the most OVIs for the third year in a row. Congratulations to Brandon and the AVPD!
Save Time:
Drive Through & Drop Off!

Amberley Village’s secure Tax Drop Box isn’t just for taxes! Use it to turn in alarm payments, correspondence and any official Village business. Learn more in our short, two-minute video ( left) .
Amberley Police Officers'
Breast Cancer Awareness Month Recognition
Amberley Village Police Department proudly wore pink throughout the month of October to show their support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The pink badges were shared online via the Amberley Village social media outlets, including twitter, Facebook and NextDoor.

In case you haven't read up on this devastating disease during Breast Cancer Awareness Month, it's not too late - and it's not just for women!

Click on the link below for news and information regarding safeguards you and your family members can take to prevent breast cancer - not just in October, but throughout the year!


Daylight Saving Time Ends November 3: Fall Back
Don't forget to set your alarm back one hour on Sunday, November 3 - and enjoy that extra sleep!
Brush Lite Recap
Amberley Village will continue to collect light bundles of brush throughout leaf season to allow for the transitional variance in seasons. Since the same crews manage both leaf and brush collection, Brush Lite will be based on need, with the understanding that leaf collection will take priority. Residents can dispose of larger amounts of brush by placing it out with trash. Brush must be bundled and cut into four-foot lengths, or cut and placed into a garbage can or yard waste bag for collection for Rumpke. Please note that leaf collection will take precedence over brush collection throughout leaf season.

National Drug TakeBack Day Results
Congratulations to Amberley Village residents for turning in 28 pounds of unwanted pills on Saturday, October 26 as part of the National DEA Drug TakeBack program. Remember, Amberley Village accepts unwanted prescriptions throughout the year. Contact the Amberley Village Police Department at 531-2040 for more information.
New Tabletop Exercise Helps
Emergency Responders Better Prepare
Captain Fritsch presented the new tabletop exercise to Amberley Village Council during the October 16 Council Meeting. Council members were impressed with the project, both for its innovation and creativity, as well as its lifesaving training potential.
 
Contributors to the project were formally recognized and presented with awards for their roles in bringing the exercise to fruition, including resident Nimet Jeruzalmi, whose memorial gift honoring her husband, Rabbi Isaac Jeruzalmi, made this possible. Also honored were residents Gerry Albers and Ben Neltner of Neltner Realty.
 
Nimet Jeruzalmi stands next to Chief Wallace as she accepts an award for her generosity. Her memorial gift honoring her late husband, Rabbi Isaac, funded the tabletop project.
Captain Chris Fritsch looks on as Chief Wallace thanks resident Gerry Albers for his expertise in bringing the tabletop exercise to reality for the Amberley Village Police-Fire.

Not present: Ben Neltner
Free & Easy Way to Recycle at Holiday Parties!

The collapsible, easy-to-transport, containers are designed specifically for event recycling—highly visible and easily recognizable as recycling containers. The Hamilton County Solid Waste & Recycling District provides the containers and liners for free. Event organizers are responsible for collecting and recycling the material.
 
To borrow some of these containers, please complete the online request form . For additional assistance or questions, email Cher Mohring or call 513-946-7737.
Election Day is November 5
R esidents will have another opportunity to cast their votes on candidates and issues being proposed to voters on Tuesday, November 5. This year is an election year for the Village Council seats.
 
Polls : Hours are from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. You must be registered to vote, and can find out whether you are registered and where to vote from the Board of Elections (see below).
 
Ballot Information : To view the actual ballot, plug in your street address on the Board of Elections  poll locator page .
 
Issues and candidates can be reviewed by visiting the  Hamilton County Board of Elections  website. Questions? Contact Hamilton County Board of Elections, (513) 632-7000.

Stay Informed. Get Involved.
New ways to connect in Amberley Village!
NEW!
Online Photo Galleries

Photos help us all visualize a story, and with such a beautiful setting here in Amberley, why not capture it all? Look for more photos, and feel free to contribute your own by emailing them to:



Text to Opt-In

It's never been easier to opt in for the Village E-News! See above - we even have cards available to share at your block party or neighborhood gathering, so help spread the word!


NEW!
Tailor Your Notices
Ever wish you could get meeting notices for a specific committee without having to receive ALL notices? Well, now you can! Choose which meeting notices you'd like to receive, as well as topic-specific updates. 

Winter Spirit Shop Items
Perfect for Gift-Giving!
The new Amberley Village Online Spirit Shop offers a wide variety of fleece, outerwear and winter accessories. Show your neighborhood pride with our tailored high-quality, branded gear - perfect for holiday gift-giving!

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