Saturday, August 31, 2002

Meeting set on Enquirer's special West Chester pages




        You're invited to a “township hall meeting” Sept. 5 that will preview the Enquirer's upcoming special section on West Chester.

        Enquirer editors, reporters and photographers will be there to answer your questions and listen to your concerns about issues facing West Chester, Butler County and beyond. Township officials and other West Chester community leaders also will participate.

        West Chester — its progress and problems; its icons and history; its schools and businesses; its people and subdivisions; and its arts, sports and recreation — will be spotlighted in the Sept. 6 “Great Neighborhoods.” The special section will be the first in a monthly series profiling Tristate communities.

        The meeting will be from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at West Chester Township Hall, 9100 Centre Pointe Drive, off Muhlhauser Road in the Union Centre area near Interstate 75.

        For more information, contact Richard A. Green, assistant managing editor, at 768-8477 or rgreen@enquirer.com; or Dan Sewell, Ohio suburban editor, at 755-4142 or dsewell@enquirer.com

       



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