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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - May 20, 1980, Cincinnati, OhioWe is paper project Ohio historical Sci 1-71 and 17th ave. Columbus Ohio 43211irorest single copy 15 cents tuesday May 20,1980 Law 0�q cd i a suburban pro to inc a a Riebl votes for court Extension in township establish the court began the discussion before the vote. He said he had spoken with juvenile court officials including judges about the court and had received support from All with whom he had Contact. A i asked the court officials about qualifications for a referee the process by which the referee would be chosen the location of the court the facilities that would be needed and the training for those involved a Taylor said. Taylor said the referee should be a qualified attorney recommended by the trustees to court officials who would probably make the final Choice. He said the township administration facility in the Beechmont Avenue fire station would be sufficient for the court proceedings. He had mentioned in the past possible use of the old Forest Hills school District administration building As a court site. Taylor said he has spoken with school District officials about the building but has not come up with any kind of arrangement. A there is no commitment from the schools about the building but the door is still open to discussion a Taylor said. Taylor said the referee Job will be a very the trustees have expressed the desire to have the referee perform duties largely on a voluntary basis erf for a nominal salary. With a Volunteer referee Taylor has estimated an operating budget under the $10,000 permitted by the Board. Taylor has said he believes the court can be run for As Little As $4,000 to $5,000 per year. Including time to choose a referee and presenter for the court the Board estimated at least two months before the referee could begin training and conducting the court. After discussing the Issue for Many months the Anderson township trustees voted thursday to form a Branch of the juvenile division of the Hamilton county municipal court in Anderson township. After a motion by trustee Thomas Taylor to establish the court Branch Robert Dorsey amended the motion to include a Sunset clause giving the court a one year trial after which the trustees will evaluate its Progress. Taylor a motion included a maximum expenditure of $10,000 for the court for the year. The year trial according to the action by the Board will begin on the Date of the first court proceedings. The trustees vote also included a provision that applications from prospective referees for the juvenile court should be submitted by june 15. Taylor who has been the Board member working to arrives at Lunken Economy and Aid to american Auto makers. After about ten minutes of answering questions she left in a limousine to speak on Cincinnati s Fountain Square. Journal photo Mac con Noil. First lady Rosalynn Carter surrounded by secret service agents and faced by members of the press answers questions upon arrival Friday at Lunken Airport. The questions ranged from her husbands Campaign strategy to the woodwinds appeals scheduled Zorbas Transfer obstructed want to turn away the Good customers the night club has attracted in the past. A i know very Well the problems that have gone on in that place and i want them to Stop a Madden said. A i think i can conduct a Nice operation there and do it trustee Thomas Taylor disagreed with Madden saying a if you want to change the name Over a period of time i think you la keep at least some of the same people there. If we want to rid the place of the kind of things that have gone on in the past there Are going to have to be bigger changes than it sounds As if you Are planning on a i know absolutely nothing about your background but i would still want to object to the Transfer a said Board member Robert Dorsey. A i done to think the place can possibly change unless its not used As a bar anymore. I think we owe it to everyone to make sure the place does no to open again. A a if the current owners Appeal of a dec ruling against renewal of Zorbas License is rejected the night club will close. Trustees had objected to the liquor License renewal on the basis of Hamilton county sheriffs department reports of responding to the premises for fights and other problems. In other business trustees arranged an escrow agreement with Warner amex Cable communications inc. Which will include Deposit of $100,000 by Warner in a Bank account As Assurance that work on the Cable television service for the township will be completed on schedule. If the work is not Complete As planned the Money will go to the township. If it is completed the Money will be returned to Warner with the interest accrued in the Bank account. If a disagreement arises the matter will go to binding arbitration. Warner representatives at the meeting said work on other Cable systems in the area is proceeding ahead of schedule and said the township could be equipped with Cable to by the first half of next year. Royal Green drive residents approached the Board asking for help for a recent rash of vandalism and dangerous traffic on the Street. They told sgt. Charles Stein of the Hamilton county sheriffs department that Drivers mostly teens Speed on the Street during various hours of the Day and that vandalism in the area has increased recently. Stein said he would step up patrols by the sheriffs department traffic unit in the area and encouraged the residents to Call the department whenever they see a problem. Trustees also voted to authorize the Sale of a 1974 Dodge Van used by the township fire department to the Hamilton county police association for use by its special weapons and tactics team. The Board voted on recommendation by fire chief David Cooper to sell the Van Only if the association could pay $4,000 for it. Otherwise continued to Page a-2 development pud zoning change for the project was improper and another contending changes in the project plans stipulated by the pud approval have not been met by the Developer Koetzle corp. O Hara said he does not know if both appeals will be heard at the same time. In another it. Washington zoning matter Cju Hara said he was successful in having plans for an apartment Complex on Hokel Lane include a reduction in number of units. Original plans for the Complex of Hara said included 21 units. He said new plans for the project have reduced the number to 17. Residents of the area had asked of Hara to help in a hearing originally scheduled for last monday concerning the woodwinds federally subsidized housing project proposed for it. Washington has been rescheduled for May 27 in room 336 of Cincinnati City Hall Terry of Hara attorney for the it. Washington civic club which opposes construction of the Complex said conflicts in schedules of those who were to attend the hearing caused the rescheduling. Of Hara said the continuation of the hearing involves two separate appeals he has raised against the woodwinds plan. He has filed an Appeal contending approval of the plan by City officials of a planned unit having the number reduced to 14. New plans also include construction of a Barrier to restrict traffic on the Street and another to Aid in drainage he said. A a in la Reserve my opinion about whether the changes Are . With the residents a of Hara said. A there have been some major concessions but i can to discount any further action by either Side. But i Haven to talked to the residents yet and i done to know How the Developer and owner of the land feel about the the Developer of the proposed apartments is Randy Hospel Hom while the owner is Fred Parker said of Hara. By Brian Macconnell staff writer the Anderson township Board of trustees held Back chances of a Transfer of liquor License for Zorbas a township night club by voting to recommend against the act to the Ohio department of liquor control dec. Christopher Madden one of two men who wish to have the License transferred attended the meeting to ask the Board to consider the change As noted by a letter to the Board by the dec. Madden said the operation of the bar would change an operation the Board has been successful in stopping pending a recent Appeal. He said his operation of the bar would include a dress code and strict checks erf patrons age identification. He also said he wanted to keep the name Zorbas temporarily. Members of the Board asked Madden Why he wanted to keep the name and he said he did not Fortin named Edge Cliff Dean acquired by Xuy Fortin said there have been some questions about whether some programs and services will be continued when the formal july 1 acquisition Date arrives. A there have been some questions about some things being continued or discontinued but they All have been from the standpoint of people who Are really concerned about the Well being of the College a he said. A i have done every thing i can to assure everyone connected with the College that the Fine traditions of Edge Cliff will or. Roger a. Fortin pm. D., and Anderson township resident will become the first Dean of Edge Cliff College of Xavier University Xavier officials announced monday. Fortin now associate academic vice president at Xuy will take his position at Edge Cliff july 1, when the College officially becomes a division of Xuy. A a in a very excited about the Opportunity a Fortin said a because its such a wonderful Opportunity. In be met with the faculty and administration of Edge Cliff and everyone seems very positive about the entire since Edge Cliff was recently Fortin said a few people have mentioned that they would have preferred that Edge Cliff remain an Independent College a but when in be heard that its More of a statement than an angry feeling a he said. A they let me know they re being Edge Cliff. They understand what a happening and although they May prefer otherwise they Arentt changes that occur to the Edge Cliff program will not significantly change the curriculum of the College said continued to pay a-2holiday deadlines to be observed in order that journal employees May observe the memorial Day Holiday May 26, deadlines for the May 27 journal will be moved up a Day. The deadlines for that Issue will be news items noon wednesday May 21. Display advertising 4 . Wednesday May 21. Classified liner advertising 10 . Thursday May 22. The journal thanks All in Advance for observing these Given help the journal is once again providing free help wanted classified ads for area students. Students May use the form contained in the and found elsewhere in this Issue to have their and appear in the journal both tuesday and Friday through Friday june 13. A the idea is to generate jobs for the teenagers of the area a said de Wright jr., journal publisher a with the Economy being what it is the student Likely will have to look a than Ever to find a Job. W listing in the classified Page the journal a student can d his talents for the Busi persons who read the he urged the local bus managers to take special n of the ads listed in future if of the journal. A a a \ full details of How the lit May take advantage of this a amp this week in Forest Hills rain stopped the Mcnicholas Reading baseball game Friday afternoon but not soon enough to prevent a 3-0 Victory by Reading. The game went Only 5me innings. For the full Story see Page a-14. The Anderson township Board of trustees voted thursday not to accept any Community development funds from the . Department of housing and Urban development after a fight last year Over subsidized housing in the township. See Page a-2 for details. Brides business. Classified Forest Hills journal. 564 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244 528-1111 saturation coverage of Anderson township it. Washington Newtown California every tuesday and Friday. Circulation audited by Frank Clark honoured Frank Clark Long time commander of american legion Post 318, was honoured by the Anderson township Board of trustees thursday. The Board declared Friday Frank Clark Day in the township. The Board praised Clark and Post 318 for service work performed throughout Many years in the township. I Over Reg

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