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Huber Heights, Ohio

Huber Heights, Ohio is located at the true crossroads of America: I-70 and I-75. The City offers beautiful parks and recreational opportunities for every interest, a very diverse population representing many cultures; great schools and athletic programs. We have a strong business community and forward-thinking development opportunities in transportation logistics, research and development, high tech, light industrial, and a host of other enterprises. Our growing residential stock offers housing and lifestyle variety unmatched in our region. Family-centered residential development in beautiful wooded areas, urban settings, and semi-rural neighborhoods makes Huber Heights an attractive town to call home.

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The City of Huber Heights Don't forget tomorrow the Arts and Beautification Commission will be hosting Star Spangled Heights at Thomas Cloud Park! The fun filled day will begin with a parade at 10 am routed south on Brandt Pike starting at the Huber Centre. There will be a food truck rally, free activities for children, live music, and a Rozzi World Famous Fireworks show! The City of Huber Heights Join us at the Kroger Aquatic Center on July 12th for $2 Tuesday (admission price from 2-4pm). 99.9 FM will be hosting and remote broadcasting from 2-4pm. We hope to see you out there! The City of Huber Heights Due to it being a holiday weekend on July 2nd, The Huber Heights Yard Waste Site will be open on Saturday July 9th, The City of Huber Heights Come join us for the Star Spangled Heights parade at 10:00 am, July 2nd on Brandt Pike. A special thank you to our local radio station Oldies 97.3 FM, WSWO-LP, who will be simulcasting the parade starting at 9:30 am, LIVE on the air, streaming on their website, www.daytonoldies.org (Jukebox), and on their mobile app. So bring your tablet, smartphone, portable radio, boombox, etc and listen as they broadcast the parade live over the air!
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May 12, 2014
We commonly get questions about why items are passed by council as an “emergency”, along with the suggestion that things are being rushed through with...