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Forest Hills Journal (Newspaper) - October 11, 1977, Cincinnati, Ohio rest Ilius journal vol. 17 no. 29 of Fotr 11, w7 single copy is sewer Grants expected oked soon any Day now Grants for Marly $30 million Aro expected to be approved for sewers in this area. The anticipated Grants is the first Federal Money Ever approved for local sewers in Hamilton county the $29,656,505 in Grants is expected to get die approval of the u. S. Environmental Protection Agency according to Richard h. Fahey superintendent of the administration division of metropolitan sewer District mid. Breakdown of projects expected to receive Epa of and the Federal share of construction Are five mile local sewers $2,941.650. Five mile interceptor $2,477,025. Four mile interceptor $835,130 four mile lift station $5,346,600. Newtown interceptor $9,956,100. The four mile sewer work is to provide adequate pumping capacity for both the four mile basically parallel to Kellog Avenue and Newtown interceptors and will connect with the Little Miami secondary treatment Plant now under construction which will discharge into the Ohio River. This Means the four mile primary treatment plan can be eliminated along with two pump stations Fahey said. The five mile interceptor sewer would extend basically along five mile Road to the county Border Fahey said. The five mile local sewer Grant would provide new sewers in two residential areas of the five mile watershed in Cherry Grove and watch Hill. Federal Money for local sewers appears to be available now if a residential area which existed before 1972 has never been severed Fahey explained. Local principals Register so residents can vote on Levy principals at i Washington a three primary schools Are now registering residents so they May vote election Day. The principals have been deputized to Register voters As part of the Effort of the committee for the emergency school Levy which is pushing passage of special a a emergency two year tax Levy Issue no. 8, on the nov. 8 ballot. Registration ends oct. 18. Citizens who Call the schools can arrange for a Registar to come to their Homes said a spokeswoman for the local Levy committee. There will be instant voter registration on the Day of election but the1 Law required that voters registering then go to a separate line in the precincts registering now May save waiting in line on. Election Day she said. The commit teen members urged non registered parents in the Cincinnati school District to Register before the deadline at one of the school offices. The Levy Campaign commit teen has a speakers Bureau if any it. Washington area organizations would like to learn More about the Levy. The spokeswoman said members Are a encouraging the voters to learn the facts. The commit teen feels voters will support the Levy a ice they realize the urgency of issued. The state of Ohio she said authorizes emergency levies when a school system is in danger of closing its. Doors. The 7,.27-Niill Levy will provide the schools with the minimum income necessary to keep the schools open through 1979. The tax Calvin Berlinger Eastern Hills elementary principal and Charles Williams Eastern mils Junior High principal both Are deputized to Register voters for the nov. 8 emergency Levy. Unavailable for the Phot is Tom Steinmetz principal of my. Washington elementary. Levy is for Only two years. Any Extension would have to be approved the voters in 1979. Passage of the Levy will allow the schools to stay open while resolving the question of additional funding from the state and continuing efforts to maximize operating efficiency. The Levy committee is following guidelines from Ohio Secretary of state Ted w. Browne a office for registration and voting changes in 1977. The new Law says principals May deputized Campaign workers and other registered voters who meet the requirements of the Ohio revised code. These citizens Are now registering voters All Over the City and particularly at the schools. Seek outstanding Anderson citizen the outstanding citizen of Anderson township is now being sought. Chari rules Cox president of the Anderson chamber of Commerce said nominations Are now open for Quot the person to be honoured at the chamber a annual dinner late in january. Quot details of the dinner will be announced later. Cox has appointed Kay Penno manager of Beechmont mall Shilliton a store chairman of the dinner. All interested residents Are urged to Send in the nominations for the person they feel should be honoured left e the deadline set at dec. 1. Nominations should include name address and phone of both the nominator and the nominee they should be sent to citizen of the year Anderson chamber of Commerce p. O. Box 30271, Cincinnati 0.45230. 3eating inflation is Effort by Colleen Wood Phillips journal contributor for some Anderson township families beating the High Price of produce items is truly a cooperative Effort. Members of . Lyom Myca they belong Quot to the Lyons Myca Coop. Suzanne Accetta associate program director at Lyons said 100 families Are in the Coop a we can to handle any More than that. We be got a waiting list of almost a year maybe 100 people Are waiting a she explained. The popular Myca program has been in operation for about three years. A originally the idea was to get a group together to make people aware of outlet stores. There Are about 10-12 clothing outlet stores and our idea was to see How Many people would be interested in doing something with the clothing outlets. About 20 people showed up for the meeting a recalled Joe Moormans director of Fairborn. Myca in Dayton Ohio. He was the Quot senior program director at Lyon s prior to his promotion to fair born. A they were More interested in produce than clothing. The 20 people at the meeting formed the Mic Leous of the Coop. We started with 25-30 families it just exploded one of the members knew of a Man that handled produce at Findlay Market. That Man was John Gaudio a the Lyons Coop started first. I also Supply produce to co Ops at Crosley Batavia Loveland and Cincinnati Myca branches. In a 40 years bid now and in be been working in produce since i was eight years old. Everyone is in the business Sty brother grandmother. My great grandmother started the business in the 1800 s in Cincinnati a Gaudio said. A people save pretty much Money by buying through the Coop. I would say that 95 percent of the produce is cheaper sold through the Coop than it is in the food Chain stores. If prices get too High i wont give them that a tem. I really love working with the As a produce Man Gaudio said he has noticed a trend Back to fresh food. Ruth Martin prepares to weigh some Broccoli at the Lyons Myca. Journal photo Phillips. A people Are going Back to fresh stuff. Its better for you and just As cheap to buy fresh fruit and vegetables rather than canned. People my age would just As soon open a can but Young people aged 18-25 will go ahead and Cook All fresh like my parents did in the Early Days. When you think about it you will pay 45 cents for a Bunch of fresh cauliflower and $1.50 for the same amount Frozen in the store. A although prices fluctuate from week to week Accetta said savings to Coop members Are substantial. A they give things to us at a better Price because we Are buying in bulk. Like grocery warehouses we save Money because we eliminate the Middle Man. When the produce comes to us in crates we open them ourselves. We also bag the items ourselves. People bring in grocery bags from Home. The produce is always fresh and Good. But if something should be bad a member can bring it Back the next week and get credit for one weeks average order inducted 252 red apples. 176 Navel oranges 70 pounds of peas. 59 Heads of lettuce and 93 pounds of red. Potatoes. At least 70 different items Are offered to members each week. Moormann recalled they first experimented with having Coop members work on teams. A we Learned a lot of things a he said he said it took the summer months to work most of the bugs out of the system. A from there it just a everybody Chi the Coop works two hours a month it practically runs remarked Accetta Accetta explained that six committees team leaders and officers operate the Coop. A product posters get the prices and set up posters for members to come in and place their orders consolidators then come in and tally up the number of items and place the order with or. Gaudio. A debit and credit team maintains a file on everyone making sure their a math is in order or if a. Person gets a Short order they Quot receive proper a finance team handles monies and is responsible for balancing orders. Produce is delivered on thursday at the Myca. A a store team comes in and unc rates and bags orders. Coop members come around 9 . To pick up their orders. It sounds confusing but it ready Isnit a Accetta said. Penny Pinchers have been known to search High and Low for bargains but it is a Safe bet most probably never thought shopping or saving at the Myca. Forest Hills journal 544 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244 528-nil amp a v v mrs mud it a Quot 100% coverage of Anderson township it. Washington Newtown California every tuesday. Forest Hills journal october 11, 1977. Published weekly on tuesdays at 564 Batavia Pike Cincinnati Ohio 45244. Controlled circulation postage paid at Cincinnati Ohio circulation audited b1� it. Washington seeks help on parking honoured in the past by the chamber in order were William m. Judd h. D. West and e. Wayne Titus. Chamber plans activities the Anderson township chamber of Commerce has planned a number of upcoming special events. Danny Scholl will be the speaker for the prayer breakfast to be at 8 . Wednesday nov. 23 at the hot shoppes Beechmont mall. The breakfast annually is one of the biggest events of the year in the township always the morning prior to thanksgiving Day. A1 Rice is chairman of the event continued to Page 16 Nancy Perszyk crafts person at the Center and outreach worker Susan Denoma examine some of the Craft items creative hands and minds at the Center. Senior Center opens the new senior services Center 6137 Salem ave., is now open for residents of Anderson township it. Washington and Terrace Park. The Center located in the old education building of Salem United. Methodist Church serves As a drop in Center and also As the Headquarters for Many services outlined in a sept. 27 Story in the journal. Open from 9 . To 4 . Monday through Friday the centers Telephone number is 231-8410. Meals for Home bound elderly persons and transportation to doctors grocery stores the Center or shopping Are two of the Many services available for Seniff citizens at the Center the Center s staff will also assist people with social Security medicare or insurance questions and accompany them to the agencies offices if desired. Counselling is also available. A crafts program is planned with seniors being Able to sell items they make at the Center at Center boutique. My a vat a the Center is also an excellent place to find plenty of conversation and companionship noted staff member Karen Lorch a a we la do anything to help keep people Over 55 stay in their own Homes and if it is necessary help them find a suitable nursing Home a she added. A a we re really excited about starting the Center and invite everyone to visit us and make use of the services we it. Washington business development committee has decided to ask for City assistance in establishing off Street parking lot and has asked Queen City metro to investigate the possibility and need for a Park and ride lot in the business District. At the committees oct. 5 meeting the committee decided to request from the City improvements to Eppert walk including suitable egress and ingress. Design assistance in creating parking signs drainage for the lot into an Eppert walk Drain. Lighting on Eppert walk. W. Joseph Dehner jr., chairman of the development group wrote Dennis Finney at City Hall the request is a consistent with the $12, request contained in the work program which the committee now believes can be covered by private investment. A Dehner added a the committee now believes that in View of the private investment planned for Block a the time is right for the City to make the requested improvements in that the committee Dehner told Finney a continues to support and pledge cooperation for the Urban design plan including the creation of a significant parking lot in Block c through joint Public private Dehner wrote metro in an oct. 6 letter that a Many people ride to the downtown area each Day on metro buses after parking in the it. Washington District. Automobiles Are left for the entire Day in various business parking lots. The Kroger lot in particular is used in such a he said a the committee urges the Queen City metro to investigate the possibility and need for a a Park and ride lot in the it. Washington business District area. The committee believes that such a lot is needed not Only to prevent the improper taking of business parking by commuters but also to further Queen City Metros goal of increasing mass transit the committee and area businessmen a Are eager to work with you in your study a said Dehner. A should your study confirm our belief we will be pleased to assist in the necessary Steps to bring such a lot into inside today bridal news business editorial Raal Estafan 13 Harvey Pawl 4 it Rasta rants is 4 sports t7 m 4

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