A study on preserving scenic views of Cincinnati is the topic of a public meeting from 4:30-6pm May 30. The study, prepared for the city, was conducted by the Hillside Trust and Human Nature, a local landscape architecture firm. The meeting is in Committee Room B on the third floor of City Hall.
Rescued by Art
The annual S.O.S. Art show continues through June 3 at the Art Academy of Cincinnati. This year the show includes expressions for peace and justice by more than 100 local visual artists as well as poetry, music, movies and debates. Admission is free.
Butler County, whose sheriff has made a mission of targeting undocumented workers, will soon have its own chapter of the League of United Latin American Citizens.
To join, contact Claudia Aviles at firstname.lastname@example.org or 513-785-7396.
A coalition of national and statewide lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans-gender (LGBT) and civil rights groups, including the American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio and Equality Ohio, are working together to compile stories of LGBT discrimination. The goal of sharing stories is to help us convince lawmakers that discrimination is real and that we need to pass laws that protect the rights of LGBT people. To participate, visit http://www.acluohio.org/issues/LGBT/ENDA.htm.
The Mayor Will See You Now
Cincinnati Mayor Mark Mallory meets twice a month with anyone who has an issue or problem to discuss with him. ´Mayors Night In´ is from 5-7 p.m. in the mayor´s office at City Hall. Every citizen who attends has a five-minute individual meeting to talk about anything they wish. Meetings are assigned in the order that individuals sign in, with sign-ins beginning at 4:30 pm. The next sessions are June 5 and 19.
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