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By Chuck Gibson

LOVELAND, OH (Evening, July 15, 2020) – Here are some headlines of stories making news in Loveland the last 48 hours. 

Overhead rendering of proposed Loveland Parking Garage (Provided)

Parking garage Grant Application Approved

On Tuesday, July 14, Loveland City Council approved plans to apply for an EDA Federal Grant for the Loveland Parking Garage project. If the grant is awarded, it would provide approximately $2.8 million dollars of federal funding for the proposed estimated $5.8 million dollar project. 

Deceased Person Found Near CVS Monday Morning

Symmes Township Deputies responded to a deceased person at the CVS on Loveland Madeira Road early Monday morning, July 13.. Loveland Police were not involved because the person was in Symmes Township. The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office handled the investigation. Police were able to identify the person and notify relatives. No foul play is suspected, but no official cause of death has been given.  

Loveland City School District Board of Education during livestreamed virtual meeting. (FILE) 

Loveland Board of Education Met Wednesday Evening

Among a variety of topics discussed, the LCSD Board of Education discussed results and feedback from the most recent parent survey of three proposed models for return to school for the 2020-2021 school year. Parents will receive FINAL SELECTION SURVEY the week of July 27. The selection forms will be due the week of August 3, and first day of school is August 26.

Jazz Quartet “Inquire Without” played at the Loveland Museum Center (Chuck Gibson)

Summer Jazz on the lawn at Loveland Museum Center

The soothing sounds of summer jazz filled the evening air as the jazz quartet of “Inquire Without” played on the front veranda for about 90 minutes Wednesday evening, July 15. The concert was free to the public. About 50 people sat in lawn chairs scattered safely apart from one another on a warm summer evening of Jazz on the Lawn at LMC. 

About 50 people spread out in lawn chairs at the Loveland Museum Center to enjoy the jazz sounds of “Inquire Without” (Chuck Gibson)

Epiphany United Methodist Church (FILE)

Epiphany United Methodist Church Plans return to in-person services

EUMC Pastor Kathy Currier confirmed she and the staff are planning for members to return to services in the sanctuary the weekend of August 1-2. Safe social distancing measures and procedures are in place to ensure a healthy and safe environment for those who choose to return for in-person services. There will be multiple services during the weekend, but capacity will be limited. 

Rev. Kathy Currier, EUMC Pastor will see live faces return August 1-2 (FILE)

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