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May 2, 2013 (courtesy of NW Press)

Shoppers welcome Marshalls to Northgate Mall -
Another Step Improvement in Quality of Life and Improved Property Values for Residents

Shoppers lined up early for the grand opening of the new Marshall’s at Northgate Mall today.

Shoppers collected special shopping bags and were treated to coffee and doughnuts as well as the chance to win gift card prizes every hour once the doors opened.

Carol Nueskabel of Colerain Township said the store seemed to have a lot of merchandise and she had been looking forward to the opening.

Springfield Township resident Kristen Ballou, who won a $50 gift card during one of the half-hour drawings during the grand opening, said the mall needed a store like Marshalls. “I didn’t shop here because it seemed like none of the stores I wanted were here,” she said. “This is great. And the DSW will sure get me here.”

There has been talk, although the mall isn’t confirming it, that a theater may be opening. Ballou said she would much rather come to Northgate than go to Fairfield or Mason to see a movie.

Marshalls, a Massachusetts-based family apparel and home fashion retailer, is sharing the remodeled former Dillard’s store area, with Ulta, DSW Shoes and Michaels. Another junior anchor tenant, Burlington, opened in March. Marhalls has access from the parking lot and the mall.

Carrie Garfield, public relations supervisor for The TJX Companies Inc., which owns Marshalls, said the 27,500-square-foot retailer will bring about 60 full-time and part-time jobs to the area.

The new store will be open 9:30 a.m.-9:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 11 a.m.-8 p.m. on Sundays.



The 2012 Recycling Statistics reveal that Colerain Township residential recycling rates are less than 5%, ranking 36th out of 44 communities who received funds from the Hamilton County Residential Recycling Incentive.  The higher the recycling rate, the more dollars per ton received. According to the Hamilton County Solid Waste District, residents in Green, Springfield and Colerain townships pay for recycling; however, Green Township aggressively promotes their free recycling drop off centers.  What do YOU believe is the key to increasing recycling rates in Colerain?  Shouldn’t Colerain be at least GREENER than Green Township?

Re-usable cloth bags are a green gift that keeps on giving.  Here are just of few of many places you can find re-usuable bags (and other green gifts).
Reusable Shopping bags
Park and Vine Cincinnati's first green general store

See our Resources & Links page for Recycling ideas and locations.

Since 2010 odor complaints from the landfill have increased by over 400% .  This is most likely due to the subsurface fire in the north end of the landfill that now encompasses approximately 56 acres.

There IS something that YOU can do about odors, but it is CRITICAL that you call in all odor complaints as soon as possible so the Health District can identify the source and more importantly determine the actions that can be taken to eliminate/minimize this impact on our air quality and quality of life. 

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