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Saturday, September 14, 2002

Send us questions about Mason, Deerfield Twp.

        On Oct. 15, the Enquirer will publish its second “Great Neighborhoods” section, focusing this time on Mason and Deerfield Township.

        Readers in those areas of southern Warren County are encouraged to send the Enquirer any questions they would like their elected officials to address. These questions can be on virtually any topic: development, schools, crime trends or any other concern. A selection of questions and answers will be featured in the section.

        Questions can be mailed to: The Cincinnati Enquirer, Great Neighborhoods, 7700 Service Center Drive, West Chester, OH 45069. You may also fax the question to (513) 755-4150, or e-mail dsewell@enquirer.com.

        Please include name, address, e-mail address and telephone number (that information won't be printed without your permission).

        In addition, the Mason/Deerfield “Great Neighborhoods” section will feature photos submitted by readers. If you have a favorite snapshot that depicts life in those communities, you may submit it to the address above, or send an electronic image by e-mail: dhofmeister@enquirer.com.

        Photos must have been taken in Mason or Deerfield and should be no more than a year old. Please attach a sheet with the names of those in the picture, the photographer's name and your telephone number.

        A selection of the best photographs will be published in the section, along with the name of the person who took it. Photographs mailed to the Enquirer will not be returned.

        The deadline for submission is Oct. 4.


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