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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - March 28, 1980, Cincinnati, OhioVol. 20 no. 21 Friday March 28,1980 single copy 15 cents resco loses Appeal by Brian Macconnell staff writer an Appeal by resco inc. On a decision by the Hamilton county planning commission to forbid construction of a federally subsidized housing project in Anderson township has been dismissed in common pleas court. Township attorney Paul Schuch said he received notification of judge Thomas Nurre a decision by mail tuesday. The Appeal was filed last september in opposition to the planning commission decision that the zoning for the land on Asbury Road was not appropriate for use by resco. Woodwinds Appeal filed an Appeal was filed last Friday on behalf of the it. Washington civic club in opposition to conditional approval of the proposed woodwinds housing development in it Washington. The Appeal was filed by Terry o Hara attorney for the civic club contending that conditional approval of the planned Salador Street project by Steven Bloomfield assistant director of City planning for Cincinnati was not proper. Since the Developer of the project Koetzle corp., has begun to prepare a plan to adhere to the restrictions imposed by Bloomfield an Appeal by o Hara is necessary if the club wants to hinder final approval of the apartments. A we Are contending that the approval is not valid a of Hara said. A since the plan Koetzle submitted was for go units that is what should have been rejected by putting restrictions on the plan and than approving it or. Bloomfield approved a of Hara said the restrictions involved elimination of some buildings from the original plan and movement of others in addition to other major changes. Continued to Page a-9 landings dealt set Back a plan for condominiums near the five mile connector in Anderson township was dealt a serious set Back monday As the Hamilton county Rural zoning commission recommended its rejection. The plan developed by Joseph Graue was Defeated by a 2-1 vote by the commission. That recommendation will accompany another negative recommendation by the county regional planning commission to the Board of county commissioners. Since both bodies have recommended against the Graue plan a unanimous vote by the three commissioners is necessary to allow construction. According to Robert Brock zoning administrator for the county the Rural zoning commission vote was based on continued to Page a-9 Ford stumps for Gradison by de Wrightjr. Publisher former president Gerald Ford made another Stop in the journal area for a few hours the Middle of this week. Ford arrived at Lunken Airport late tuesday night and was Back there at 10 10 . Wednesday on his Way out of town. He was in Cincinnati to speak to a breakfast rally for rep. Willis Gradison Ohio first District. Many local persons were spotted in the audience of approximately 1,300 at Cincinnati a convention Center. Included were les Wykoff Anderson township gop chairman and former township trustee John o Brien township trustee and candidate for 65th state representative seat Bob alien assistant administrator of our lady of mercy Hospital and Frank h Mayfield jr., former 65th state representative. Also spotted in the audience was Eugene Ruehlmann former mayor of Cincinnati Norman Murdock Hamilton county commissioner and James Schifrin gop supporter and state Ronald Reagan committee aide. And de Kerr and a1 Rice from Dravo and Gavin Grey of Western Southern life insurance also were among those attended. The $75-a-plate breakfast raised an estimated $90,000 for g Radison s War Chest. Gradison called theft and Raiser his most successful of a series of three. Ford exhibited his a Nice Guy a image in several ways. He patiently Shook hands with Gradison supporters and signed autographs while making his Way Down a Long Hall of the convention Center. At the foot of a set of stairs he and Gradison quickly discussed arrangements for getting to the Airport. A you have More important things to do he told the congressman. But Gradison insisted he accompany the former chief executive prior to himself to take a noon flight to Washington in time for a House session. Just before getting into a waiting car for the ride to Lunken Ford signed More autographs for a Trio of Cincinnati policemen and a couple of reporters. He wished the policemen a Good Luck Quot and then asked them a How Are the reds going to do this year a a a a they re going to win a was the unanimous response from All. As the car waited for a relight at Central Parkway and Plum Ford lit up his pipe and the Small motorcade was off to Lunken. Only Gradison and a few patrolmen and secret service agents saw Ford take off about a half Day after he arrived in town. Former president i a a Tali h. Ford answers a reporters question at a press conference following a rally for rep. Willis Gradison who studies Ford. At far left is a secret Serviceman assigned to Ford. Journal photo. County prosecutor Simon leis or. Had ruled that the zoning would have been proper under temporary zoning in effect after 1966, but that temporary change had expired. The opinion by leis confirmed planning commission feelings that the land should be zoned residence a for single family Homes and not used for the 55-unit project called winding Creek apartments. Resco appealed the decision to Nurre a court contending that the zoning was proper for the company a plans but Nurre a action dismissed that Appeal Schuch said he was not surprised by the decision saying a the decision of the planning commission was simply following the Law. They could make no other decision after the opinion that the zoning was not Correct. It was More a Legal decision than a zoning one a resco has not yet decided whether or not to go any further with attempts to build the apartments according to Robert Pitcairn Rescom a attorney. A i just heard about the dismissal this afternoon wednesday a Pitcairn said. A i Haven to even spoken to my clients about it so i can to say if More action will be taken. Quot with the dismissal of the Appeal Pitcairn said there is no pending action which could allow construction of the apartments. He said resco could take several actions including an Appeal to another court and an attempt to get a court to declare exactly what the zoning is for the property the proposed winding Creek project was the source of controversy among the neighbors of the parcel who Felt it would create traffic problems an Asbury and unduly increase density in the area. The rejection by the planning commission had also been part of the reasoning behind a request by four organizations to Cut Community development funds to Hamilton county and the township. The request was filed by resco the National association for the advancement of coloured people a act american civil liberties Union and coalition for Justice and Equality. The request was seriously considered by the Federal depart ment of housing and Urban development Hurbut the Agency has since decided not to Cut the funds stand up and be counted hey. Stand up and be counted every ten years the United states Constitution provides americans with an Opportunity tube counted in the census. This year the 1980 decennial census of population and housing will begin april 1. Census questionnaires will be mailed to households March 28. Most households will receive a Short questionnaire which will ask for Basic information such As age and sex. One out of every six households selected at random will receive a longer form of questionnaire asking about family transportation Energy use. Birthplace and related subjects. All answers to the census questionnaire Are kept confidential and will provide the government with data to allocate and distribute a total of $50 billion annually to Federal and local programs. Census information is also used to assure that every state is apportioned the Correct number of seats in the . House of representatives. When your 1980 census questionnaire comes in the mail answer All of the questions and prom ply mail it Back by april. 1. Hura i Region quest Ionna i res w i 11 be picked up by an area census taker Zimmer Tours enlightening by to Kemp executive editor whether everyone is thrilled w Ith the idea or not. The William h. Zimmer nuclear Power station has brought space age High technology to this part of Ohio. The clean Graceful lines of the Cooling Tower which for Many people symbolizes the nuclear facility Rise from the Ohio River a Edge looking a Little like a Gigantic gemini space capsule. And the control Center with its computers dials meters warning lights etc., is no less impressive than television views of the manned space flight control Center in Houston Tex. The computerized system is programmed to Correct problems automatically. Control personnel Are there to make sure the system w works. The heart of the Power Plant is the reactor and containment room and the Plant operators Are As concerned about keeping dirt out of the reactor As they Are about keeping radiation in. Security is very tight and procedures strict at the seventh floor level from which the nuclear fuel rods will be loaded or changed periodically. Anyone entering the area must be authorized personnel or a visitor with special clearance. Once off the elevator Security guards Stop you and explain that y of Are to stay close to your official escort who will be responsible for your actions. What to do if an alarm sounds while in the room with the reactor is also explained. Clearance was arranged wednesday for a group of area weekly newspaper representatives. Cd amp a senior Engineer Bernie Gott acted As guide. Frank Middelberg cd amp a customer service Batavia office and Bruce Stoecklin Public relations accompanied them. The guards instruct you to empty your pockets remove rings watches and other jewelry leave behind Coats Bernie Gott. Cd amp a employee stands in front of the Cooling Tower at the we a. Ii. Zimmer Plant. Journal photo Kemp. Purses. Notebooks and cameras and put on the clean rubber overshoes so no speck of dirt is tracked into the room. The huge almost sterile room appears closer to completion than Many other places within the bowels of the Plant with the exception of the control Center which is being taken Over now by the Cincinnati Gas amp electric co. Control staff. Massive components of the reactor vessel and containment room Are stored to one Side. Huge sheets of plastic cover the open reactor vessel and the spent fuel pit to keep Small objects and dirt from falling into them. A Pencil dropped into the vessel now would be extremely troublesome to retrieve the guide explains. Fuel rods assemblies ready to be loaded into the reactor Chambers Are there stored now under the plastic in the spent fuel pit. Until it is activated Gott says the uranium fuel is Only mildly radioactive and could be held in your hands with no danger. Official schedule Calls for continued to Page a-9 i i ill j u Jujj a risk amp Sofis a j a a a a a a a a a i Iii t a a i the control room at the Zimmer Plant looks like something out of a science fiction movie. This weekend in Forest Hills collections please if you receive the journal by Carrier its collection time. Our Carrier will be knocking at your door some me in the next few Days for collection. Please remember that payment is voluntary and that your Carrier receives commission on every collection thank yol it seemed like a Daffy idea at first but a local businessman is having a Good time with his rent a Duck idea and has had quite a few takers. See Page a-4. A number of churches Are planning special holy week services. See Page a-8 for details. The beatles broke up Long ago bul Rea Tierna Nia was alive and Well at the recent performances at the Palace theater. For a review of the latest beatlemania revival read Fine lines on Page or read about the spartan swimmers 96-73 win Over Seton on Page b-10. Auto Bride Church b-7 classifieds it f curiosity a a s parts b 4-6 by v-18 Forest Hills journal 564 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244 528-1111 100 s coverage of Anderson township it. Washington Newtown California every tuesday and Friday. Circulation audited by it verified my m has i Raftu

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