For 2015 the U.S. Green Building Council Cincinnati Regional Chapter Green Living Member Circle is producing eight Green Home Tours sponsored by a Gold Sponsorship of The Sustainability Partnership of Cincinnati. Contact Chair Chuck Lohre to join, receive newsletter or register for any of the tours, Chuck@Lohre.com, 513-260-9025. Attendance is limited to 20, the address will be provided after you register. There is …
The Green Living Member Circle of the regional U.S. Green Building Council plans a new series of “This is a Green Home” tours in 2016. 2016 Cincinnati Regional USGBC Chapter Membership will be required to attend the tours in 2016, Click Here to Join. Contact Chair Chuck Lohre to register for any of the tours, Chuck@Lohre.com, 513-260-9025. Attendance is limited to 20. There …
The Sustainability Partnership of Cincinnati is a locally owned and operated consortium of companies working together to deliver all of the pieces for your projects, no matter what the size.
Sept. 14, 2012 Green Homes Summit Keynote Speaker Sarah Susanka, author of The Not So Big House! For more details on the event, click here.
Sept. 15, 2012 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. stop by to learn how you can have a LEED Platinum office for $4 per square foot. Learn more about the Green Cincinnati Education Advocacy offices at the new USGBC web site’s LEED Profiles page https://new.usgbc.org/projects/lohre-and-associates-offices/
Register for the Green Homes Summit https://www.usgbc-cincinnati.org/calendar/register.asp?CalendarID=10979/.
Mackey McNeill, owner of Mackey Advisors, which recently moved to Bellevue, watches as Senator Katie Stine reads a proclaimation during the business’s ribbon cutting and 30th anniversary celebration. / PROVIDED
Written by Amanda Joering with the Burlington Free Press
BELLEVUE — For the past 30 years, Mackey Advisors has been meeting the financial planning needs of individuals and businesses throughout the Tristate. Now, the business has brought its services, and a new look, to a historical building along Fairfield Avenue.
Owner Mackey McNeill started the company in the basement of her Florence home 30 years ago, before getting office space in Fort Mitchell, then in Covington.
A couple years ago, McNeill, who now lives in Independence, said she started looking to buy a new place to house the company, but couldn’t find exactly what she was looking for in places like Covington and Newport.