Are you a true West Sider??

polar panther

Well-known member
I’m not sure where you live in Delhi but where I live in Delhi it’s as loud as it ever was in the past. I’ve lived in the same place for nearly 30 years. I’ve gotten used to it over the years but I have definitely noticed the recent change with the East/West runway closed for maintenance.
I’m not directly in the path of the planes coming and going, but within a mile or so. But back then we had planes flying over our house on a regular basis, but now they come in on a more normal line. Things are nosier when they take off and are heading north.
 

polar panther

Well-known member
And the list goes on, but you get the point. While the air traffic will be very noticeable, that won't be the biggest issue. The huge issue that nobody is talking about is the semi traffic on the interstates all because of Amazon. It will be unbearable starting in 2025. Just be prepared for that headache in a few years.
Pittsburgh 4.5 hours
Chicago 4.5 hours
no worries, by then they’ll be putting in the new bridge, and everything will..............oh wait never mind!
 

sbutler

Member
I’m not sure where you live in Delhi but where I live in Delhi it’s as loud as it ever was in the past. I’ve lived in the same place for nearly 30 years. I’ve gotten used to it over the years but I have definitely noticed the recent change with the East/West runway closed for maintenance.
Yeah, what he said!
 

EHS 2001

Moderator
Cincinnati and Hamilton County have requested two new pots of funding from the state and federal governments for the bridge that will replace the Western Hills Viaduct. If they win the grants, those sources would complete the budget for the $335 million project.

The city asked for $140 million from the federal government’s Infrastructure for Rebuilding America (INFRA) program. It also asked for $140 million from Ohio’s Transportation Review Advisory Committee (TRAC). Both requests were made at the end of March. The project budget needs $210 million to be fully funded.

So far, the city and county have secured $125 million for the project, which includes state, federal and local funding. That figure does not include potential revenue from the Hamilton County transportation tax, a 0.8% sales tax approved by voters in 2020, which also includes a major funding boost for the Southwest Ohio Regional Transit Authority. The tax is expected to be tapped as a resource for the project.
 

Purplemojo

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We already have enough challenges. Can we please keep the monkeys out of Price Hill?


Actually, the monkeys were seen in Price Hill driving a modified GTO.

 
We already have enough challenges. Can we please keep the monkeys out of Price Hill?


Actually, the monkeys were seen in Price Hill driving a modified GTO.

When I heard about this story this morning I thought it was a late April Fools Joke.
Who didn't like the Monkees back in the late 60's?
 

EHS 2001

Moderator

Bridgetown's Kuliga Park is getting a facelift this summer that will make it "a top notch park."

The Green Township park hasn't been updated since 1977 but that's changing this summer.

Renovations will include a new amphitheater and pavilion, a concrete walking trail around the park that is over a mile long, four pickleball courts, resurfacing of the tennis court, fencing around the front playground and a 4,000-foot restroom and shelter.
 
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