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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - March 11, 1980, Cincinnati, OhioNe$p3k$sr project of i o h i 3 or local Facie 1y i�?71 und 17 thav 2. C31 a bus Chio 4rj-11 vol. 20 no. 16 tuesday March 11,1910 single copy is cents township grows at slower rate in 479 roughing it this boy scout from troop 464 crawls Hack into his tent at the scout show at Beechmont mall saturday. The show featured the accomplishments and talents of the scouts from the Columbia District of the Dan Beard Council. The theme of the show was better life,�?T1�?T and it was highlighted by Indian dancing by the order of the Arrow dancers. Jou rna photo Maccon neti. According to Hamilton county plan n i n g commis s i. O n estimates. Anderson township has an estimated population of 36,282, an increase of 616 residents since last year the growth is the slowest for a year in the township in the past 10 years according to John of Brien president of the township Board of trustees. If the statistics Are accurate they Back up a claim by o Brien to the Federal office of Revenue sharing that the township Quot deserves More Money from the a program than it has received. A i emphasize1 the fact that these Are estimate a of Brien said a but if they Are accurate 1 think. It shows that we really do deserve More of the Revenue sharing of Brien had argued that the township was owed More Money hut population estimates fire chief angry Over fee increases by Brian Macconnell staff writer a $26 fee increase for pharmacy licenses wont break the Anderson township fire department but chief dave1 Cooper is angry about it. A License for each of three1 township paramedic unite will Cost $50 this year and Cooper sees the increase As an example of continuous Over regulation by government agencies. A any life squad that carries an in intravenous equipment a has to have a License from the state Board of pharmacy a Cooper said. A even if we re just carrying Saline solution to Rush eyes., we have to have this License. The thing tha i do in i make sense though is that its the same License a drug store or a Hospital needs. A Cooper said $150 for. Three licenses is not justified and could be controlled by other Means a the Money does no to matter that much but who knows How much it will be1 next year a a Cooper said Cooper said there Are at least throw state agencies involved in the1 operations of an emergency medical unit and the goals and purposes of each overlap and leave gaps. A it does t make sense to have to pay that much when hospitals have to do the same a Cooper said a if there was one Agency to watch Over our operations it would make things so much Cooper said the formation of a single Agency to oversee emergency medical services could allow the1 issuance of specialized licenses for unite. A they should either create a new licensing body or modify the process a a he said. A a we Don a t make any Money on the drugs we use1 or the Ives we. Have to use. We just do it to save a life. A a a a Cooper had a meeting with the Board of pharmacy in Columbus last ,. And. He said the officials told him the fee increase1 was to cover an understaffed Force of Board inspectors. A it takes the1 five minutes to Check our inventory a Cooper said a while it takes them so much longer to Check general Hospital a bit i we re still paying the same. A a. Cooper a said the meeting he attended was a forum for complaints about procedures needed to run an emergency unit. He said some in attendance were angry enough to suggest a trip by All emergency a unite in the state to Columbus to clog the capital. A that wont happen but this Deal a bold the License increase a made everyone made enough to even suggest it a Cooper said. A the increase really drives Home the idea that there Are just too. Many things to worry about to run an efficient paramedic a new paramedic unit the townships third will probably go into operation in May and Cooper said the unit will Cost $60,060 a by tie time it Hite the street.1�?� he said a $50 License a does no to help the matter at All a another problem for a paramedic unit is the stringent training required even Tor volunteers. A a it a getting hard for a Man to even Volunteer any More. The training is so Long and it continues after certification. Each emergency Medica 1 has to put in 120 hours per year in continuing training that s strictly for emt s. You have to also consider that All of our Emty a Are also firefighters quote with the time spent.1 on emergency runs and training Cooper said a an Quot a emt almost Tes to be1 full time these Days,.�?� he said the paramedic and life squad units made 1875 runs last year and each run averages about 2l 2 hours. A a it a just getting really hard to run a Good operation with All the necessary training costs and the confusion about who is in charge of overseeing us a Cooper said. Cooper said a governors advisory Council has been formed to study the feasibility of a single Agency to regulate emergency medical services a maybe it could be mutter disaster senders or maybe they should form a. New Agency a he said. A a the same people could be kept but they should just coordinate what they Are doing a Cooper said he is now in the process of asking township residents to write politicians and state bodies to complain about the regulations and uncertainties. Fire destroys House scheduled to he razed a fire destroyed an. Unoccupied dilapidated House at 6928 five mile Road thursday afternoon Andi the cause of the Blaze is under investigation Anderson township fire chief Dave Cooper said the House was scheduled to be razed Friday morning at 8a.m. A the House was going to be torn Down a he said a and All the Good Wood and anything Worth any Money at All was already Cooper said the house1, Ted been occupied until about three1 weeks ago when the property changed tends and the new owner evicted the occupants. Cooper said the burning House eventually fell into its. Foundation where it burned out with the help of the firefighters. There was a propane tank about .36 feet from the burning House but Cooper said it was never in danger of igniting. A we Ted hosed Down the tank and if it got hot we would have seen steam coming off it a Cooper said. A it was never in any danger of since1 the House was due to be demolished Cooper said there is no estimate of damage and loss. Reds diary Spring training starts by Ron Oester editors note Spring training Means a lot of hard work for the1 Cincinnati reds As they get ready to defend their National league Western division title this season. Quot for the next few weeks infielder Ron tester will share his experiences in. Tampa with journal readers in diary form. A a native of. It. Washington Oester was a baseball Star at1 Withrow High school March 2,.sunday i of a elders a and out i Al de is reporting Day. Harry Spillman a left handed hitting first baseman and his wife Kim stopped by our apartment at ii this morning. Harry and i headed to reds and to work out on our own. The1 first scheduled workout for the full squad is tomorrow. Pitchers and catchers have been working out since feb. 28 the team is Here except Manny Sarmiento who was late getting from Venezuela. It rained All Day yesterday. When we got to red land the batting cages and Field were1 too wet to hit on. So we decided to go to the clubhouse. Most of the pitchers Ted just finished running and throwing and Riding the exercise Bike or showering i talked to a couple pitchers i Hadnot see All Winter and went Home to watch a the Ohio slate Indiana game with Harry. A after dinner Jackie and i went to Church then watched to for a while. March. 3, monday first Day of full squad workout. I went to the Ballpark with Paul Moskau and Mike Grace we live in the same apartment Complex. John Mcnamara. Called a meeting to review club policies. Then we went outside for about 26 minutes of warm up exercises. If was 36 degrees and just Lour Days ago it was 75 degrees and sunny. Then we divided into two groups for a Drill called. Pitchers Fielding practice pop. Next was the batting practice. Mike Lacoss was the first Pitcher in. Our group. Then Charlie Ron Oester Liebrandt Mario Soto Dave Tomlin and finally Scott Brown. The pitchers threw Well a. Couple a Little wild but that is to be expected the first Day. After batting practice and taking ground balls we ran. The first Day was Over. Dave Concepcion Manny Sarmiento Cesar Ger Nimo and Danny Driesen have not reported yet. March 4, tuesday i a the second Day of full squad workouts started with a. Short meeting with John Mcnamara. After the meeting we exercised about 30 minutes. Today the temperatures reached the upper 60s. We worked out about the same As we did. in batting practice Tom and Paul Moskau threw exceptionally Well. Billy Seherr looked a. Little nervous but this is his first big league Camp. Bill Bonham was throwing free and easy. The i Here Are still a Day or continued to Page a-11 from the Revenue sharing. Office justified the lower amount actually allotted by the Federal Agency. Although the new figures seem to reinforce of Brien opinions he said he has not decided yet whether to again Challenge the Agency �?o1 May wait and try to get an opinion from rep. Willis Grad Ikon a office of Brien said. A they should be Able to Tell me if going on with the argument would be of Brien said since the census an undisputed population figure is approaching he May not re initiate the Bat tie a a a with the census coming up in a not convinced yet that getting Back into the argument would be Worth the trouble. As time goes on. I May lock into it and see if we can. Influence their figures and formulas but the Board is going to have to consider it. I. Just done to know a he. Said. Of Brien said he was not certain whether the slower growth rate for the township was Good news or bad. A i Don t think anything significant can be said about a one year slowdown. If it became a definite trend it could be viewed a couple of ways. If you. Would like the township to stay the Way it is. It is Good news. If you think growth is the important it might be bad news a the slower growth is probably a reflection of Overall decreases in new housing starts of Brien said a since the figures Are based on new housing starts.,�?� he said a the slower growth probably reflects Money problems All around the country. We re probably following a a National trend a National o Brien said the planning commission estimates use a formula of assigning figures to each new housing begun in 1979. For each new Home the commission figures an occupancy of three persons. For apartments he said the commission uses a figure of 1.8 persons per apartment. According to the estimates most growth occurred in census tract 250.00, which includes Summit estates a the Coldstream. Area and extends East to the Clermont county line. In that area of Brien said 249 new residents were added. Of the four census tracts in the township tract 25662 grew Seq West with Only 69 added residents. The tract the Markley Road and five mile Road areas and. The watch Hill area township to get development Cash the . Department of housing and Urban development drop plans to Cut Hamilton county a common Ity d e v Elope in t cd funds. The cuts were1 a planned partly because1 of Anderson townships subsidized housing stance. Hud Ted been considering the cuts after the county Quot Ted been accused by resco inc., a development company which was planning a subsidized housing development in Anderson township the National association advancement of coloured people the american civil liberties Union and the coalition for Justice and Equality of not following guidelines concerning the location of subsidized housing. Resco1 was planning an apartment Complex As Bury Road the 55-unit winding Creek apartments but construction on. The project never was begun after heated objection by township residents and county officials. Although the move to restore1 the funds to the county will probably be made h us officials have said the stance of the county must change to accommodate the Quot Agency a housing guidelines. The complaint by the Quot four groups Ted named the county and Anders on. Township for not accepting the proper amount of subsidized housing As set by Hud. Although the decision is of interest to the township officials have said the winding Creek apartments will probably not be built. Agents Check tavern state liquor agents attended shows at Marianas room lounge on Beech Mont Avenue last. Thursday night in an Effort to raid the bar but Only cited the bar for one tavern has been cited for liquor code violations in the past and an objection to the renewal of the bar s License by the Anderson township Board of trustees is currently pending before the department of liquor control in Columbus. The bar is. Operating on i temporary License while the current Case is decided and is allowed1 to Remata in operation until a ruling is made. Charges made against the tavern in. The past include exposure of breasts by dancers Ai the bar serving liquor to minors and other violations of state liquor regulations this week in Forest Hills the Mcnicholas rockets had a 10.,Point Lead during the course of their saturday night boys basketball game but lost the Lead to a scrappy North College Hill team. The rockets lost the game 66-64,. To miss a bid to go Quot to the state tourney. See the Story and photos Page b-2. Middle school education is different than the education and educational theories most adults Are accustomed to and Turpin Middle school assistant principal Ben Ellis explains the language arts segment of a Middle school education in the first of a four part series. See Page a-3 for the Story. In a confusion says a Lois theuring complains about the hazards of driving on icy roads and the hazards Quot of parking on i icy roads especially in Milford for her humorous evaluation of the problem see Page by. Brides business editorial b i a a at restaurants a lit sports b-2 Forest. Hilts journal 564 Batavia. Pike Cinciotta Ohio 45244 528-1111 let coverage olanders on township it. Washington Newtown California every tuesday and Friday. Circulation audited by a a verified my m Aulette

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