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Eastern Hills Journal Press (Newspaper) - March 13, 1991, Cincinnati, OhioA pc a i ltd w o ltd x x a pc to o�ou1 to Era o in x or on a a o a ltd c Ler e s i on a7 sports Index fore improve your game with some tips from pros a9 business.a6 police .,.a5 Calendar. A10 schools As Church. A11 sports. .a9 deaths. A2 viewpoints. A10eastern Hills journal press Eoj vol. 56,. 5 two sections 18 pages wednesday March 13, 1991 �1991, press Community newspapers All rights reserved a press Community newspaper serving Fairfax. Hyde Park Madison place. Madisonville Mariemont it. Lookout Oakley amp Terrace Park r briefly Oakley hears mayors a yardsticks by news editor Nancy it to by news editor Nancy o Connor 745-0077 Ault Flower show i seeks volunteers the second annual Cincinnati Flower and Garden show will hold a Volunteer information and scheduling meeting from 10 . To noon Satur a Day March 23, at the Kenwood country club. An earlier meeting is scheduled for 10 . To noon saturday March 16, at the Western Hills country club. Last years volunteers and All interested in volunteering this year Are encouraged to attend. This years Volunteer chair Man is Marsha Haberer of Indian Hill. Ruth Sorensen of Hyde Park sue Jacobs of Anderson township and Janet Dorger of Hyde Park serve As co chairmen. The show will be held april 25-28 at Ault Park in Hyde Park. Fairfax offering free firewood Fairfax the Village of a Fairfax is offering free firewood to the Public. Police chief Richard Atkins said that although some of the Wood is in pieces most of it i needs to be Cut so those in a Terestea should bring a saw. Annna Inta Roofie to by fran save staff reporter Oakley in 1957, Fortune Magazine called Cincinnati the Best run City in the country and a life Magazine cover Story praised the City a police department. Mayor David Mann wants that glory Back. At the March 5 meeting of the mayor David Mann Oakley residents association Mann presented the 16 yardsticks head use to measure the City a Progress towards that goal. Quot it seems to me that our aspiration ought to be to be come the Best run City in the country once More a Mann said. The first three yardsticks he named were Quot our citizens City Council and City everyone involved has to work together and want to reach the goal for the City to be number one again Mann said. Quot that would mean that our citizens have to demand that. As a goal from City Council and our City employees Quot he said. The City has 6,200 employees Mann noted. Quot if they re on our Side and supportive of that goal that can really make a the other yardsticks head use include schools safety and Security of residents and Freedom from drugs jobs downtown 50 neighbourhoods where we live one great neighbourhood that is Home for All the environment regional solutions for regional problems getting rid of racism and hatred affordable housing eliminating poverty Pride in the City and having fun. Mann said that schools Are a first concern to him and he has appointed a steering committee to address the Issue. With respect to personal safety Mann said each citizen has a right to feel Safe and to live in a Community free of drugs. Downtown he said Quot is our front porch and it tells How we feel about although the Fountain Square West project has been delayed the City manager Gerald Newfarmer has proposed building a surface parking lot on the site after the former elder Beerman store is demolished. The lot would be landscaped and bring in Revenue until the proposed office and retail development can be completed Mann said. He added that Tower place is expected to open in August at the Corner off ourth and race streets. In addition the Carew Tower Arcade is being renovated and groundbreaking for 150 units of Middle income housing at Piatt Park is scheduled for March. During the question and answer period which followed Mann said the City is fighting the proposed 25 percent rate increase sought by Cincinnati Gas amp electric to pay for the Zimmer Power Plant noting cd amp a is trying to recover losses from the Consumers rather than its shareholders. Fairfax petitions rejected Fairfax a referendum petition to overturn an ordinance i regulating Yard and garage sales has to be recirculated. Fairfax clerk treasurer Vir Morgan Ziegler refused to accept petitions turned in by Gary Hoff of and a flame in noc executive offices 4910 Para drive Cincinnati Ohio 45237 242-4300 because a neighbourhoods Are not alike february 27, 1991 dear press subscriber effective March press Community we have reached this decision after reviewing recent postage increases changes in postal requirements and the ongoing problem of untimely delivery of third class bulk mail. By far most readers receive their copies of the press via Home delivery or by newsstand. We Hope you will be Able to do likewise. For your convenience a list of newsstand locations is published in this weeks paper. If you desire you May receive a refund for your unexpired third class subscription. To do so simply remove the mailing Label it contains your name and address from the front Page of this Issue and return it before May 1, 1991, in the enclosed envelope. We will mail a refund Check to you. We Are following this procedure because the amounts due Many subscribers would be very Small. Funds remaining from subscribers who done to request a refund will be Given As donations to the Fine arts fund and United Way. We regret the necessity of making understanding. Sincerely yours Thomas f. Noonan vice president general manager the 15, 1991, we will no longer provide delivery of newspapers by third class bulk mail. Is decision and appreciate your West roup Delhi press Price Hill press Western Hills pres Northwest group Hilltop news press Northwest press tri county press Northeast group Community press. Mason Community press. West Chester Eastern Hills journal press Loveland Herald press Northeast suburban life press suburban ule press East group Community journal press. North Community journal press. South Forest Hills journal press Milford advertiser press liquor rulings frustrate officials editor s note Theresa Herron who works out of press Community newspaper s Clermont county office has been researching complaints involving problem bars throughout the greater Cincinnati area. Her report follows two years of investigation bar hearing is april 16 by fran save staff reporter by Theresa l. Herron Community editor for years residents township trustees City and Village Council members asked Why they could not get help cleaning up problem bars. Part of the answer to that question May he in what a two year research Effort by press Community newspapers reveals the Ohio liquor control commission reverses 91 percent of the decisions made by the Ohio department of liquor control. The statistics Are based on 703 cases with decisions found in the commissions office for 1988, 1989 and 1990. There Are 224 files missing that could not be located by commission employees. A portion of these 224 files were filed in 1990 and the cases had not been heard by the commission As of Jan. 8, 1991. Quot the commission should not have to reverse the departments decision in 91 percent of the Appeal cases Quot said Philip Olinger Cincinnati assistant City solicitor. He has prosecuted an average of 16 problem bar issues in each of the last eight years. He has won one Case before the commission. Rep. Sam Bateman r-66, Milford asks Why the commission gives convicted felons liquor licenses when Ohio Law states a no person convicted of a felony shall hold a liquor License or have an interest in a Bateman said he would like to Quot take Appeal Power away from the commission Quot if it is not doing its Job properly. But Many convicted felons please see liquor All Cincinnati out of roughly 150 liquor permits in the Cuk innate police departments District 2, Only two Are contested according to it. Pat Olvey. They Are the soul lounge at the Corner of Madison and Kenwood roads in Madisonville and Dana gardens 1832 Dana Avenue in Evanston near Xavier University. I j a a the department of liquor control agreed with the objection made by District 2 against Rene Wal of the License for soul lounge Quot Olvey said adding that soul lounge has 30 Days in which to Appeal the finding. He explained that there is Strong Community objection to renewing the liquor License. District 2 police have also recommended that Dana gardens permit not be renewed Olvey said because of sales to minors and overcrowding. There will be a Public hearing to discuss objections to the renewal of liquor licenses for bars throughout the City on tuesday april 16, at 1 00, in committee room Quot a Quot third floor of City Hall. All liquor perisits Are up for renewal once each year and this is the hearing to discuss those renewals. Permit holders whose licenses Are disputed May present their Case to Cincinnati City Council the next Day april 17. Lick building offer for the res at Dayton. Ers have is of the financing he said attorney that he mate the it in the Ress last ered the the City building has been the proposal and the City is with its plans to relocate the building to the Edge of the Oakley bal Fields where it could be used for the Oakley senior Center and the Oakley Community Center. Fifth third Bank and great West have filed motions which if granted would allow them to proceed with foreclosure on the property. Together they Are owed More than $23 million although roughly $5 million of that is owed to fifth 1 third Bank for their mortgage at Montgomery commons. A hearing on their motions is scheduled for March 22. If granted they could proceed with foreclosure and the Plaza could ultimately be sold at a sheriffs Sale. Yocum said the current Market value of the Plaza is listed at $23,170,000. The unsecured creditors Are owed approximately $500,000, he said. Fifth third Bank originally filed for foreclosure last october hut that action was stayed pen Ding the outcome of the chapter 1 subsequently by Andrew Hauck and 11 reorganization filed rag y k his family
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