Sunday, November 9, 2003

Mt. Lookout, Hyde Park: You're next

Great Neighborhoods

The Cincinnati Enquirer

The Enquirer will host its next Great Neighborhoods "town hall" meeting at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 18 in Mt. Lookout, at the Cincinnati Observatory.

That day's Great Neighborhoods section will focus on two of the east side's most prominent neighborhoods: Hyde Park and Mt. Lookout.

Enquirer editors, reporters and other executives will be there to hear from readers.

Afterward, the Observatory staff will conduct a tour and - weather permitting - provide some star-gazing through one of the telescopes.

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