Friday, August 03, 2001

Unclaimed-funds books go on tour




The Cincinnati Enquirer

        The Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County has available for viewing seven sets of Unclaimed Funds Books supplied by the Hamilton County Treasurer.

        The books list names and addresses of residents who are owed money from accounts such as dormant bank accounts, unpaid insurance policies, and unreturned utility and rent deposits. More than $26 million is owed in Hamilton County.

        A set of books is permanently housed in the Government and Business Department at the Main Library and at the Green Township, Symmes Township and Anderson branches.

        The remaining three sets will circulate at branch libraries on a rotating basis for a week at a time according to the following schedule:

        • Monday-Aug. 10: Deer Park, Monfort Heights, St. Bernard

        • Aug. 13-17: Norwood, Groesbeck, Clifton

        • Aug. 20-24: Walnut Hills, Mount Healthy, Avondale

        • Aug. 27-31: Pleasant Ridge, College Hill, Bond Hill

        • Sept. 3-7: Oakley, Northside, Roselawn

        • Sept. 10-14: Hyde Park, West End, Wyoming

        • Sept. 17-21: Mount Washington, Price Hill, Reading

        • Sept. 24-28: Greenhills, Delhi Township, Sharonville

        • Oct. 1-5: Mariemont, Covedale, Forest Park

        • Oct. 8-12: Madisonville, Westwood, Madeira

        • Oct. 15-19: Cheviot, Loveland, Corryville

        • Oct. 22-26: North Central Regional, Miami Township (Cleves)

        There are forms at each branch and the Main Library to process claims. Go to www.cincinnatilibrary.org for library locations.

        For further information on unclaimed funds, call the Hamilton County Treasurer's office, 946-4820.

       



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