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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - February 22, 1980, Cincinnati, OhioIi you receive the journal by Carrier its collection time. Our Carrier will be knocking at your door some me��?T1 the next few Days for collect n. Please remember a that payment is voluntary and that your Carrier receives commission on every collection. Thank you Withrow girls top Glen Este Tris Miranda 121 of a leu Este throws up a pass during first round action against Withrow in the a Irish \ a District tournament of Cincinnati technical College. Miranda scored ii Points for the trojans but saw her team fall. T�4-2h. Arleta Porter it cd and Elsie bed lord it defend for i tigers. Story. Page a-4. Lourival Lioto Fth Forest vol. 20 no. 11. Friday february 22,1980 single copy 15 cents up m. A Fil a sri. ¿�.�.��r�?,.�lijggsrr = a i to Terr a a r= or or. It of a trustees May agree to revised township plan collections please Council of governments Oki. Gary Bates a township resident and vice president of Kef said the future for suburbs May be to provide services which Are now provided by cities. The discussion ended with a general consensus that although some facets of suburban life create problems the plan for growth should anticipate the future problems of the township. Another segment of the discussion about the plan entered around the encouragement of Multi family housing along the Beechmont Avenue corridor. As the draft of the plan reads a planned Multi family housing should be encouraged for vacant and or devel Pable land along Beechmont the guide plan goes on to say that such development a would provide a Buffer Between the congestion of Beechmont Avenue and single family housing and would also make efficient use of valuable trustee Thomas Taylor said he could anticipate traffic problems along a already congested Beechmont avenues if More Multi family complexes were built. The trustees agreed with the pc and the consultants to change the wording of the recommendation to a planned Multi family housing could be allowed for along Beechmont Avenue. A in another change in the plan the Board voted to strike part of the Section entitled a a government and try first of that segment says township should investigate and study options for the future governmental direction of the Community including options of remaining As a township incorporating As a new unit of government or annexation to other the trustees unanimously agreed to strike the annexation phrase from the statement saying that Public opinion was not in favor of such a move. The revisions of the guide plan May be the final step before the document is approved by the Board according to Taylor. A with some careful Reading a he said a one of the three trustees might find something else that should be changed but it seems to be a Good document with the revisions we be made. A Taylor said approval by the Board might be Given As Early As last nights regular trustees meeting. In other business at the special meeting the Board to Tell before the Public that hearing is scheduled for March 3 at 7 30 . At the Anderson township fire station on Beechmont Avenue. The development plan submitted by Graue to Hamilton county zoning and planning authorities says the Complex will consist of 158 units 78 of which will be on the Eastern portion of the 18.73 acres and 80 of which will be on the Western portion. Grauers plan for the parcel last year included two luxury High Rise apartment buildings but the plan was Defeated by the ardent opposition of area residents. They argued that the High Rise apartments would not be compatible with the surrounding environment a the condominiums should Settle a lot better with the people around there a Sansalone said. A they just weren to ready for the 12-Story buildings. The condominiums will be a Nice transition from the office use on one Side to the single family area on the other the plan for the Complex says the unit will have carports and open parking along with guest parking. The units will sell for $60,000 and up. The Complex will also include a swimming Pool clubhouse and Tennis courts and the plan says All utilities Are presently available on the site. As planned the Complex will grow at a rate of a bout 30 to 40 units per year. Local civic officers to attend Cincinnati a town meeting the second annual Cincinnati town meeting will be held at Cincinnati convention Center on saturday. Feb. 23 from 9 . To 4p.m. A i hot be to learn something of the inner Workings of City government and to find out the problems different departments run into in honouring the requests of different said Gordon Miller president of the it. Washington civic club. Also attending will be Jack Carnes president of the California Community count i 1. The meeting which Aims to improve the relationship Between neighbourhoods and City government. Will feature addresses by mayor j Kenneth Blackwell. City manager Sylvester Murray and budget director Michael Bierman. Also included will be Small group discussions at which Community leaders will receive instant feedback on their budget problems the Public is invited to the free All Day meeting which includes lunch to Register Call the Community assist e office at 352-4913. Or any neighbourhood Community Council of fice. This weekend in Forest Hills the Mcnicholas rockets will wind up their regular season tonight at Moeller and the rockets face some stiff Competition. The Moeller team is big with the rockets giving up some size at a few positions. See the preview of tonight a game on Page b-2. Hueston Woods state Park near Oxford has a new resident a rare Golden Eagle. The Eagle was injured in a fight with a Hawk and has been moved to Hueston Woods for rehabilitation and to try to find a mate. Read about the Eagle and the unique efforts to rehabilitate it on Page a-7. There is a lot erf activity in the journal area this weekend and a lot in the coming week. You can find out what a going on in your Community by Reading Datebook Page a-3, brides 4-2 business a 3-6 churches b-7 classified sports b 4-6 a-4, b-2 Forest Hills journal 564 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244 528-1111 100% coverage of Anderson town ship it Washington a Newtown California every tuesday and Friday. Circulation audited by i to ver1red my my to. A Quatia by Brian Macconnell staff writer revisions in the most recent draft of the Anderson township guide plan May a have led to acceptance of the plan at last nights regular meeting of the township Board of trustees. The revisions were made at a special Board meeting monday night and Thomas Taylor a Board member said the document May now be satisfactory to the Board the trustees members of the consulting firm which prepared the plan Kef inc and members of the township planning and zoning committee were present at the Specia meeting. The guide plan contains recommendations about existing conditions in the township including environmental socioeconomic land use Community facilities housing and local government. The plan Breaks Down the township into eight separate areas the Ancor Industrial area Little Miami River flood Plain Ohio River Southeast Ohio River Southwest Beechmont corridor Fie mile corridor Clough corridor and eight mile corridor at the beginning of the meeting trustee Robert Dorsey said he had a a very philosophical questions about the plan. �?o1 interpret the plan As one for growth a he said. A i question whether we should be encouraging growth in the outlying areas of cities. I know its a big question for us to consider but should we end a courage people to move away from Urban centers to our area a Dorsey said his concerns were prompted by several worries. He said the Energy situation is critical and therefore people should be encouraged to stay closer to Urban Core areas. Also he said cities Are experiencing growing numbers of residents leaving for the suburbs. Finally he said Anderson township is growing rapidly and there should be some concern about the future size of the area. Ron Edgerton project manager of the plan for Kef said Dorsey a concerns were a definitely valid ones. There Are reasons though that people done to want to stay in cities a he said a those reasons Haven to changed that much and they Arentt going Edgerton also pointed out that the plan looks for a controlled he said there Are intelligent ways for the township to grow. Dorsey s concerns and Edgerton a answers touched off a discussion about the problem facing the township concerning growth and transit capabilities. A1 Rice a member of the township planning and zoning committee said mass transit will grow increasingly important in suburban areas As the problems with available fuels face outlying Are As. A i definitely agree with the reasons people move out of cities a Rice said. A they must be valid ones or All of us be Here. With the Nice things about suburban life however come some he said mass transit service was going to have to increase in the area along with a significant ride sharing he noted ride sharing efforts underway by the Ohie Kentucky Indiana Zimmer trespass trial starts again monday the retrial of two people arrested for trespassing on the grounds of the Zimmer nuclear Plant in Moscow on during a june 3, 1979 protest starts monday in Batavia. Jury selection will begin monday in the courtroom of Clermont county court judge Robert Ringland in the trial of Thomas e. Carpenter 22, 2711 Glendora ave., Corryville and Kim Surber 29, 2224 Maplewood ave., it. Auburn. Carpenter and Surber were among the 29 anti nuclear protesters arrested during a demonstration at Zimmer last summer. They were the Only two to plead not guilty and their cases went to a jury trial. A mistrial was declared in october when the jury split in a 5-3 vote for acquittal. George Pattison has replaced Dexter Bastin As prosecutor in the Case. According to Colleen Nunn spokesman for the Zimmer direct action committee the prosecution offered the defendants the Chance to plead guilty to a lesser charge of disorderly conduct but they refused. The maximum penalty for conviction of the trespassing charge is 30 Days in jail and a $250 Fine. Accepted the recommendations of the pc on two zoning changes in the township. The first recommendation w As to not object to the Hamilton county Rural zoning com Mission about a development on Ragland Road. The trustees voted unanimously to accept the recommendation. The Board also accepted the recommendation to accept a change on land on Clough Pike. The land near eight mile Road would receive a zoning change to allow the construction of an office building Nunn said she does not believe the Zimmer opponents will bring in experts to testify about nuclear Power at the retrial because of transportation costs. During the first trial three expert witnesses including local biologist David Fankhauser were brought in by the defense. Judge Ringland did not allow the jurors to hear the experts testimony but did allow their testimony to be Given and entered on court records. Should a second mistrial occur the defendants could not be prosecuted on the trespassing charge again. Nimitz View Condo hearing March 3 Hamilton county zoning and planning authorities have received the above plan from Joseph Graue for a proposed condominium development off the Anderson connector. Engineer John Sansalone said he believes residents of the area have fewer objections to the condominium plan than they had to Grauers ill fated plan to build two High Rise apartments on his property. A hearing on the condominium pro it Osal will he held March 3 at the Beechmont a Enue fire station. The a Dominium Complex planned near the five mile connector by Joseph Graue does not seem to be As offensive to neighbors As the previous plan for High Rise apartments on the land according to the Engineer for the project. The development is to be called the landings and Access will be from Nimitz View drive. John Sansalone the Engineer said he has had Contact with several area residents and they do not have Strong objections about the condominiums. A i have talked to Linda Montgomery who fought the 12-Story apartments a said Sansalone. A she said that she does no to have any objections based on what she a heard. She and her husband seem to have no problems with it. A Sansalone said he has also spoken to residents of the area around Shangrila drive who said they find no offence in the development. A i really done to anticipate any problems with the condominiums a Sansalone said a but of course its impossible

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