April 20 Meeting Reminder

Please join us this Thursday, April 20, so we can give a large and encouraging welcome to Cincinnati Police Officer Louis Arnold!

This meeting could well be the most informative and actionable event held by our group over the past several years.  Officer Arnold serves as the Faith Based Community Liaison Officer for the Cincinnati Police Department.  He will speak to the importance of building strong police/community relations, providing insight on how this happens and desired outcomes.  If you are interested in learning how you can help build public safety in our neighborhoods and our community, you won’t want to miss this meeting.  There will be ample time to hear your viewpoints and address questions.

The meeting will be at the Oakley Community Center, located next to the Remke Market in Hyde Park Plaza.  A meet and greet begins at 6:30 with the program starting at 7pm.  The agenda is provided below.

We look forward to seeing you this Thursday!


Cincinnati East Tea Party Community Forum
April 20, 2017, 6:30pm

6:30     Meet and Greet

7:00     Welcome/Prayer/Pledge

7:10     Visitor Introductions

7:20     Building Police/Community Relations ……………………. Louis Arnold, Cincinnati Police Officer

8:15     Overview of Critical 2017 City of Cincinnati  Elections

8:25     Close


Next  Meeting

Thursday, May 15, 6:30pm
Oakley Community Center

Denise Mayer and Mary Siegel of the Ohio Voter Integrity Project will speak to the reality and impact of voter fraud. Free and fair elections are a bedrock of a free society and citizens must be vigilant to protect election integrity. The presentation will focus on the real and potential dangers of voter fraud and how sensible actions can protect our election system in Ohio and nationally.

Hamilton County Commissioner Chris Monzel will give an overview of the proposed 2017 Hamilton County Budget. This budget contains significant new spending priorities and funding mechanisms proposed by the democratic majority. The presentation and discussion will highlight the implications of the new priorities.

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