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Eastern Hills Journal Press (Newspaper) - February 27, 1991, Cincinnati, OhioI Fly u o c4 it is pc a a i it o a a x a Quot t�?4 it j o a. To it a a i or a o a mity classified d it to a o n o a i of a x it o i o it new categories a it or to use. M yes classified Section sports st. Ursula tournament introduction to prep hoops a7 Index Calendar. .a1q real estate. .�?a5 Church. .a11 sports. .a7 deaths. ,.a5 viewpoints .�.a10 Eastern Hills journal press Eoj vol. 56, no. 3 two sections. 18 pages wednesday february 27, 1991 �1991, press Community newspapers Alt rights reserved briefly by news editor Nancy o Connor 745-0077 Fairfax Council hears waste plan Judith Zimomra Hamilton county solid waste management District manager met with the Fairfax Village Council Jan. 16 and the Columbia township trustees feb. 11 to discuss the process used in developing Hamilton county a solid waste management plan. Zimomra has been visiting communities to speak on Ohio a newest solid waste Law . 592, and describe How the District will work in cooperation with the communities to establish an effective solid waste management plan. Columbia has taken an Active role with recycling by establishing drop off and composting Sites. Zimomra complimented the Community on their leadership and progressiveness. The primary purpose of the Hamilton county solid waste management District is to prepare adopt and submit to the Ohio Epa a solid waste disposal plan which will be implemented after Epa approval. By Law the state requires that each District meet a 25 percent reduction goal by 1994, while omitting Yard waste from landfills by december of 1993. In addition the plan which is due december 24, must include goals for recycling composting and reduction of waste generated. Newspaper delivery Cost is going up when your press Community newspaper Carrier comes to collect he or she will be asking for a voluntary payment of $1.50 instead of $1.25 a Price increase of 25 cents due to increased costs to us. When you pay you will receive two valuable coupons one Worth up to $1.50 at pizza hut and the other for $1.50 off a classified liner and. Since carriers earn a Large portion of their pay As a percentage of collections they also will Benefit from this once increase. Oakley meeting looks at year 2000 Oakley a residents Are invited to attend a meeting tonight to offer input about the City a year 2000 plan at the Oakley Community Center on Paxton Road at 7 . The meeting is the second in a series of four to review the year 2000 plan said Kurt Van Dyne a City planner. A we re looking for details of what people Are looking for in their downtown a Van Dyne said. A what would bring them downtown what kinds of stores would draw them what disgusts them about downtown and what do they like what kinds of downtown activities Are they interested in a the next meeting will be held March 14 at the Winton Hills Community Center at 7 . Arid the last meeting will be March 18 at the Tufton Community Center at 7 for More information Call Kurt Van Dyne at 352-3245. A 526 warded to buy w8tocfc advertised that he wanted to buy old bottles he a a 9eal i a had tremendous mnpth2jihe a mid it a Ould �osj�2. A a an in �?��?�"�?~�?�ral1 months. Now that s a successful cd your can be too. A press comm Unity newspaper serving Fairfax Hyde Park Madison place Madisonville Mariemont w Lookout Oakley amp Terrace Park site proposed for Oakley groups by fran Siva staff reporter Oakley the Oakley senior Center and the Oakley Community Center May get expanded facilities if a proposal to donate the Cambridge inn building to the Cincinnati recreation commission is approved. Hauck properties which owns Hyde Park Plaza where the building is located is considering donating the building to the Cincinnati recreation commission if that organization can move the Structure to a new site by May 1, according to David Rowe vice president for development for Hauck properties. The Cincinnati recreation commission considered the proposal at their meeting feb. 19. A they gave us the go ahead to accomplish it if we can a said Marian Ahlering assistant director of recreation. A there Are still a lot of details to be worked out a Rowe said. Because Hauck properties is in chapter 11 bankruptcy All contracts must be approved by the bankruptcy judge. Rowe said Hauck properties completed negotiations with Kroger s last week to expand the Kroger a store along Wasson Road although a contract has not yet been signed because of the bankruptcy said Sam Gingrich a spokesperson for Kroger. Until it is Gingrich said he could not confirm the amount of Square feet expected to be added to the store. Rowe said Kroger a was planning a 20,000-Square-foot expansion. Kroger a has 45,000 Square feet of space now. Expanding Kroger a requires the relocation of serv Atiim a bakery and the Cambridge inn building however because the store will be expanded along Wasson Road and More space will be needed for parking. Grace Gottenbusch general manager of serv Atiim a said that negotiations with Hauck properties to relocate that store Are still underway. It we have proposed something and Are in negotiations but they need to have everything cleared by the judge since they Are in bankruptcy. Among the details to be worked out before the vacant Cambridge inn can be moved Are determining the Cost of the move site preparation and renovation to the Interior of the building including a new heating please see Oakley All fran save press staff Blanche Kitte and Joe Noonan stand before the vacant Cambridge inn restaurant which Hauck properties is considering donating to the Cincinnati recreation commission. Skating scouts Wooster area girl scouts and their families enjoy a skating party at Castle skate land in Loveland feb. 18. This was an Opportunity to meet other scouts and also have a fun time with their families. Shown Bill Kuertz press contributor Are Amanda Forbes 10, Suzanne Harvison 8, Anna Proctor 9, Natalie Forbes 8, and Ashley Mcgraw 9. All Are from Terrace Park. Mariemont town meeting March 17 by fran Sive staff reporter Mariemont the Mariemont town meeting District caucus will be held at 2 . Sunday March 17, in the Mariemont elementary school auditorium. The general meeting will be on april 21. Barb Anderson chairperson of the Mariemont town meeting encourages people to attend. A this is their election process. They ought to be encouraged to go a she said. Three positions Are open mayor Council members from District 1 and District 5. Martha Bartlett who has served on Council for 12 years is not running for re election from District 1, but she said she Hopes another woman will be elected from either District to take her place. To encourage interest in serving on Council Bartlett held two meetings at her Home for the women in her District. A it would be too bad not to have another woman on Council. I really loved it but you be got to let somebody else have a Chance too a Bartlett said. People who run for Council a really have the Good of the Village at heart a she said. A for $700 a year the salary they Are running because they really want to contribute something to the the March 17 meeting will kick off the electoral process for the Village. The Agenda for the March 17 meeting includes an amendment to the town meeting Constitution which will add a meeting in the non election year election of town meeting of please see Mariemont All Mariemont Wood Sale saturday Mariemont the Village of Mariemont will hold a firewood Sale for the general Public on saturday March 2, from 8 . To 4 m., on a Load your own come first served basis. The Wood is stored at the swimming Pool parking lot on Mariemont ave. It is uns Plit and Cut to 18-Inch lengths. Mayor Richard Adams announced the Sale at the feb. 25 Council meeting. A Sale for Mariemont residents and employees Only was held feb. 23. The Price for toe Wood is $50 a Cord and Wood will be sold by toe Cord and fractions of a Cord with payment by Cash or Check. Buyers Are asked to bring the Correct amount of Money. According to the Village the approximate Price for Wood carried by different vehicles is As follows average car trunk $10-$15 of Wood Small pickup $15-$20 of Wood Standard pickup $25-$50 vans $35-$50. Larger vehicles will be measured. For More information Contact toe Village maintenance department at 271-8529. To attend the Sale take Wooster Pike to pleasant Street go South on pleasant to Mariemont Avenue and right on Mariemont ave to the Pool. Vicki Davis leaving Hyde Park Center by Darin Lewis contributor Many people who attend toe Hyde Park Center for older adults were there to see social service director Vicki Davis graduate from College and get married during her 13 years with the Center. They were also there for the birth of her children and even the death of her husband last year. Many of these same people watched her recently turn in her resignation that takes effect tomorrow. Davis is resigning because she wants to spend More time with her Young children. A a it a More important for to help raise them and for them to know that they have someone else who cares about them a said Davis adding that she now needs them More too. A the hardest part about leaving is leaving the people a she said. A a in la miss them hut they understand Why in a leaving. A at this Job you done to work with just sick elderly but also Fairfax Over rides Yard Sale initiative by William a. Rodger contributor with the Well ones. In be seen a lot of people age in place and in be known them since they turned 65 or 75. Now they re 85 or 90 years old and its been Nice getting to know them and helping them a she said. Davis has been the social service director at the renter for 10 please see Davis All Fairfax Council has voted to Over ride the november citizens initiative governing Yard sales. Tempers flared As opponents at last wednesdays Council meeting vowed to overturn the councils action and again place the tissue on toe ballot this nov. 5. Should their referendum petition gain toe required 74 votes within 30 Days of feb. 20, the november 1990 initiative will govern Yard sales until the election. The new ordinance passed by Council allows Yard sales Over the third weekends of May july and september Only. While neither fees nor permits Are required for such sales the ordinance allows for penalties including citations and fines for violators. Sales restricted to garages and basements Are unregulated. The old ordinance passed under a voters initiative measure received 53 percent of 720 votes cast out of 1,162 registered voters last november. That measure allowed each household three Yard sales during the year at any time sales within garages and basements included. No penalties for violators were included in the ordinance however. The new ordinance was met with heated opposition by former councilman Gary Hodge. He addressed Council and an audience of about 70 citizens following the vote a your Village government tonight As a whole except for one individual councilman is a disgrace to the american Way. You tonight have launched a very serious attack on the ultimate expression of opinions of the Fairfax citizens their vote. Tonight As citizens for better government Well answer your scud attack with a referendum petition to repeal Village ordinance 45-1990.�?� mayor Ted Shannon in turn accused Hodge of a a politicking rather than attempting to promote constructive legislation. A six years of harassment while you were on Council a Shannon said. The Only Council person Ever censured in the Village of Fairfax. So if you re going to do your politicking Tell people what you re going to do. Quit attacking please see Fairfax All a Quot a i
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