Boards & Committees

 Code Enforcement Board

  • Members: Chairman Frank Pohlgeers, Douglas Boschert, Derick Harper, Kevin Burns, Jennifer Greis
  • Meeting Dates 2020, 7:00 PM: March 9, June 8, September 14, December 14
  • CLICK HERE to report unsightly property/tall grass & weeds/junk vehicles

Park Board

  • Members:  Chairman Glenn Rice, Jeff Epplen, Robert Simmons, Tom McKinley, Acena Beck, Kyle Bennett
  • Meeting Dates: First Tuesday of each month at 7:00 PM
  • Meeting Locations:  October – March City Building & April – September General Ormsby Mitchel Park, weather permitting;

Ethics Board

  • Members:  Claire Rummel, Shane Armstrong, Gregory Lunn, J. Stephen Smith, Carol Buckhout
  • Meeting Dates: The Ethics Board has an annual meeting each spring (After March 1) and then as needed. Next scheduled meeting is Thursday, April 23rd at 4:00 p.m. The Board will be meeting through video conferencing due to the COVID-19 pandemic. CLICK HERE to watch the meeting live. Please submit any questions, comments or concerns for the Ethics Board’s discussion by 4:00 p.m. April 23rd , 2020 to the City Clerk by email.
  • For agenda CLICK HERE

Board of Adjustments

  • Members: Don Stegman, Lisa Meiman, Angela Lucarelli, George Deitmaring, Joe Hayes
  • Meeting Dates: Meets on an as needed basis. The next scheduled meeting is Tuesday, April 21st, 2020 at 7:00 P.M. CLICK HERE for more information. 

Finance Committee

  • Members: Chairman Jerry Deatherage, Dan Rice, Kyle Taylor, Julie Mahorney, Ben Bloemer, Amy Guenther, Renee Oka
  • Meeting Dates: Tentative schedule to meet quarterly

Tree Board

  • Members: Chairman Craig Grabow, Kevin Dicke, Anna Kirschner, Nicole Clements, Bill Reis, Cory R. Schuler 
  • Meeting Dates: Meets on an as needed basis

Dixie Highway Master Plan

In 2016, a Certified Arborist identified that many of the trees along Dixie Highway are not a good species to have in the long-term. It was recommended that the City take a proactive approach by implementing a planned and phased tree removal and replacement project over a 5 – 7 year time frame. In 2017, the City’s Tree Board was charged with the task of developing a master plan to address this issue. They partnered with MKSK and over a period of four months, worked diligently to develop recommendations for the corridor. A draft of the plan was presented to City Council at their April 2, 2018 Council meeting and final action was taken on the plan on May 7th. The goal of the Master Tree Plan is:

  • Provide protection and to make sure the removal of all trees are conducted with proper considerations and adequate replacement program
  • Provide and maintain healthy street trees
  • Expand and improve upon the established Urban Forestry of the City

CLICK HERE to review the final plan

CLICK HERE to view presentation given at the 4/2/18 City Council Meeting (starts at min 16 and ends at min 36).

Dixie Highway Trolley Line: Tree Removal and Replacement Implementation Plan


Edenderry Implementation Plan

Edenderry Drive is a public right-of-way in Fort Mitchell that is the primary entrance to the Waterford Homeowners Association neighborhood. It is currently lined with 61 white ash and Callery pear trees. These trees are declining and dying due to the effects of emerald ash borer and previous storm damage. Without proactive intervention, the neighborhood risks losing all of these trees in the next three to five years. The Waterford Homeowners Association (WHOA) has therefore decided to be proactive and systematically remove and replace the street trees over the next three years. This project is in coordination and cooperation with the City and the Fort Mitchell Tree Board. The goal of the  Edenderry Drive Tree Removal and Replacement Implementation Plan:

  • Follow the intent of Dixie Highway Trolley Line Master Tree Planting Plan to create a sae and sustainalepulic urban forest in the City of Fort Mitchell
  • Adhere to the tree planting guidelines presented in the Plan so that replacement trees are properly installed and cared for according to current industry standards
  • Select replacement tree species from a palette of more desirable species that will require less maintenance and provide multiple benefits, specifically a shady, overarching canopy for Edenderry Drive, storm water mitigation, wildlife habitat, an aesthetic beauty that will compliment the quality of the neighborhood.
  • Create a public-private partnership so that the resources of both the WHOA and the City are used efficiently and effectively.

CLICK HERE to review the plan.