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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - January 29, 1980, Cincinnati, OhioDave Wiesenhahn <42 of me Nicholas gets underneath Andersons Dana Brown <30 in action last saturday at me Nicholas. The Koevets won the game 58-48 to avenge and earlier loss to the redskins. Rockets Mike King <4u and redskins Tim Tedescho <22 and Paul Menter right watch from below. Story and pictures Page a a. Journal photo Tabler. By Brian Macconnell staff writer a t a special meeting thursday night the Anderson township Board of trustees signed a contract with the Hamilton county sheriffs department to create a command Post of the department in the township woodwinds second pud test today by Brian Macconnell staff writer a Public hearing was scheduled at City Hall today concerning the application by Koetzle corp. For a planned unit development pud zoning change for the woodwinds housing Complex in my Washington. Terry of Hara attorney for the group opposed to the construction of the federally rent subsidized Complex said the most recent pud application was filed Jan. 15 after the first was rejected earlier in the month. A i received a letter Jan. 17 saying written comments were due by the 23rd,�?� of Hara said. A since the 21st was Martin Luther King Day it Only gave us Friday and tuesday to get comments in. I questioned the amount of time they gave us to get the information to although he was informed about the written comment deadline soon before the deadline itself he said the my Washington citizens opposed to the construction of woodwinds would be Well represented at the hearing. A i May not have gotten All the written comments 1 would have liked a of Hara said a but there will still be quite a few people at that hearing and we have Good dec yanks Zor License the Ohio department of liquor control dec has reclaimed the permit it issued last year to Zorbas a Beech Mofit Avenue bar. The dec sen collection time a Friendly reminder that this is collection time for journal carriers. Within the next few Days they will Knock on your door for collections and will be wearing a identification badge so tie she can be easily recognized. A substantial sum of the 90 cents you pay is commission for your Carrier in addition he or she is competing for a three Day trip to Washington do. Don t forget to ask for your receipt when you do pay As it is Worth $1.00 off any meat Purchase of $5.00 or More at hitch meats 8209 Corbly rd., my Washington. We Hope y of w ill participate. The journal circulation dept. A letter to the Anderson township trustees noting that the License had been recalled. The License had been issued last october although an objection to the renewal had been filed by the trustees. The dec is not supposed to Issue renewals until hearings about objections can be held. The Board had registered its objections in a letter dated aug. 28, but due to a filing error by the dec the objection was not noted by the department. The letter from Paul e. Palmer chief erf the permit division of the dec. Says a due to an oversight on behalf of our hearing and appeals Section the. Permit was issued Over the objection filed by you concerning the renewal erf this permit. The permit has been reclaimed by the Paul Grammas partner in the 8190 Beechmont corp., the company which operates Zor bags. Said a i done to know Why anyone wants to take the License i done to know Why they done to want me to stay in Grammas said he plans to Appeal the dec decision. A i done to want to fight these people a he said. T have to Appeal to try to stay in business. The place is up for Sale now and 1 have to Appeal to make a the township trustees would not comment on the Case. The first application Byky Etzle for a pud permit was rejected in a pre hearing conference and o Hara said he was under the impression that the rejection would put into effect a 40-Day waiting period after submission of the next application. A this is the first Case under the City Spud ordinance a of Hara said. A the officials involved Arentt exactly sure How the entire process should the first pud application by Koetzle was rejected on the grounds that some technical specifications were incorrect or incomplete. �?o1 still see problems with the latest application a of Hara said. The problems of Hara said he sees with the present application involve the number of units allowable on the amount of property at 2228 Salvador St. A there Are several interpretations of the ordinance one could use to come up with a number of units which could be built a of Hara said. A Koetzle is planning 60, but the maximum i can see under any reasonable interpretation is 58. 1 can even interpret the ordinance to allow As few As 38.�?� of Hara said the difference in the number of units allowable is not the Only problem with the present application. A that is just one of the problems i see presently a he said. A Bull think the application should be revised again. The number is a mathematical absolute. Even if its Only one unit off they should have to revise the plan. A of Hara said the opposition to the project has received a a Good amount of there were about 30 people at the pre trial conference of Hara said and he hoped there would be More at the hearing. He said More than 2,300 area residents have signed petitions against the project. County Park Board elects Carson president for 1980 Nolan w. Carson has been elected president of the Board of Park commissioners of the Hamilton county Park District. Richard h. Durrell and Sam Benedict were elected vice presidents of the Board. Or. Carson has served As a commissioner since january 1978 when he succeeded or. Loul Nippert who had served with distinction for 24years. Or. Carson is a partner in the Cincinnati Law firm of Din smore Shohl Coates amp Deupree. He currently serves As president of the Cincinnatus association on the Board of trustees of the museum erf natural history and is a member of numerous other professional civic and charitable organizations. Or. Carson formerly served As chairman of the Ohio elections commission member of the Ohio constitutional revision commission and member of the Ohio House of representatives. Carson resides in the an Nolan w. Carson Derson township area with his wife Nancy a. Carson and his two children Nolan or. And Julia Elaine the decision bad been made to put a command Post in the area but the contract had not been prepared or signed until the trustees took the action thursday. The document now will be returned to the sheriff s department to be signed by sheriff Lincoln Stokes. After being signed by Stokes the contract will go to the office of county prosecutor Simon leis or. To be signed and Given final approval. According to trustee Thomas Taylor the signature of the prosecutor is a formality. After leis signs the contract and it goes into effect sheriffs deputies in the township will be responsible to the Post commander who will probably be sgt. Charles Stein rather than the Road patrol Headquarters in it. Healthy. Taylor said it is a pretty much a foregone conclusion that Stein will be the Post commander a although the formal announcement will not be made until the contract has been completed. No immediate changes in facilities for the command Post Are planned but Taylor has said the sheriffs department has been thinking about establishing a Headquarters in Anderson township for the Eastern Side of the county. Presently however the deputies will continue working out of the fire department and maintenance department Complex on Beechmont Avenue. In other business at the special meeting the trustees discussed options to solve the problem with recreation space in the township. Members of the Forest Hills Board of education the Anderson township Park District and the Village of Newtown were present at the meeting to look into the topic Taylor said the group a took a great Deal of time going into problems in detail. We looked at problems of scheduling maintenance and number of teams 99 the town shipboard of Park commissioners proposed at the meeting that the Park District to responsible for the management of recreation facilities. Some township residents had presented the idea of creating a recreation commission to manage recreational matters but a Resolution adopted by the Park Board says a the Park Board does not believe the establishment of a recreation commission under the authority of the township trustees would serve any useful purpose and that it would duplicate the goals and objectives of the Park in the Resolution the Park Board also expressed the desire to a assume the responsibility for coordinating the directing the recreational activities of the Taylor said the reaction to the Park Board proposal was positive by those in attendance at the meeting. A a recreation commission would probably not be very successful a he said. A it could cause As Many problems As the Park Board already has the Power to oversee recreation in the township and May establish a committee to further manage recreational problems. The final decision on the proposal will come at the next meeting of the Park Board on feb. 11, when it will vote on the matter. This week in Forest Hills horse owners near Woodland Mound Park want the Hamilton county Park District to include Riding trails in the Park but the District has no such plans. For details see Page b-10. Andersons redskins have been the Only team to defeat the rockets of me Nicholas this year but they could not pull off the upset a second time. Mynick won 59-46 saturday night for its ninth straight Victory. See Page a-8. Lois theuring moved to the country for the Tranquility Ami peace she claims in a confusion she actually found something quiet different. Sec Page b-10. Business b-3 heal estate b 4 classified b 6-8 restaurants a editorial a-4 sports a Forest Hills journal 544 Batavia Pika Cincinnati Ohio 45244528-1111 100% coverage of Anderson township it. Washington Newtown California every tuesday and Friday. Circular Ion Quot audited a Lviv snob teachers say yes to Forest Hills offer by Brian Macconnell staff writer the fewest Hills Board of education monday approved a new contract with the Forest Hills teachers association feta. The main provision of. The contract gives the teachers a base salary increase of slightly Over Cine percent. The contract is retroactive to Jan. 1 and raises the base salary from $10,275 to $11,200. In addition $10,000 will be added to the fund for supplemental salaries which pays coaches and other extracurricular salaries. The salary increase will probably first be reflected in the paycheck of the teachers on feb. 15. The boards action comes after the new contract was approved by the feta Jan. 23. The Board and the teachers had declared impasse last dec. 20, but the teachers negotiating team asked to return to the bargaining table and offered the latest proposal. The new contract puts the base salary of the Forest Hills teachers among the five highest in Hamilton county according to figures from the county office of education Tom Ader president of the feta had said before that he believed the Board could afford a sizeable increase because of a surplus in the school District budget Over the past year. The pact represents a Compromise in position by both the Board and the feta. The original proposal by the Board offered $10,650 when negotiations began in Early Nove Artber. The feta a a original proposal was for a base of $11,100 plus a maximum 12 percent Cost of living increase throughout the year. Another area of disagreement was longevity Steps in the contract. In the new contract the longevity Steps will remain As they were before negotiations began. After 17 years in the District a teacher will receive an additional $525 and after 22 years. A teacher will receive an additional i650 Ader said the pact was ratified by an a a overwhelming margin in the vote by mail. A the teachers Felt the Board could pay higher a Ader said a but we Felt it was fair and we just wanted to get Back and continue the High Standard of education in the the Compromise by both sides is a sign of a successful negotiation Ader said. A neither Side was particularly Happy with the new contract a he said. A a that a a Good sign. The Board probably thought they gave too much and we Felt we got too Little. That shows it was a Good negotiation. If one Side was overjoyed someone probably got the Short besides the base salary longevity and supplemental salary agreements the new contract also covers life insurance dental insurance Blue Cross and Blue shield prescription drug benefits and provisions for hourly employees and learning disability tutors. Mcnicholas 59, Anderson 46 trustees sign sheriffs pact wages up nine

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