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Hilltop News Press (Newspaper) - April 26, 1989, Cincinnati, OhioNevus Vingi Brentwood College Hill Finneytown Forest Park Greenhills it. Airy it. Healthy new Burlington North College Hill Springfield twp. 8t\v" 92 a re was pm a briefly Selling the North col item methodist Church baking lege Hill United women 1930 w. Galbraith Road Are sponsoring a Spring luncheon and bake Side april 29 from 11 . To 1 . Donation is $4.50, children 6-12, $2 under 6 free. Tickets Are available at the door but for reservations you can Call 522-8943. Parent Day Schwab Middle school is having Parent Day today during the entire school Day. The school invited parents to spend All or part of the Day at the school to learn More about it and increase Parent and Community involvement in the school. Suggestions North College Hill City school District has received $41,310 earmarked for handicapped students. The funding in the title vib is based on the number of students the school has. Ions on How to spend the Money May be directed to assistant superintendent Barbara Crist at 931-8181. A scout fashions its Spring fashion time for the girl scout troops from pleasant run elementary school. A an evening in Paris a the second annual fashion show for the girls. Modelling were mothers leaders and scouts from the school. The event was hosted by Bob Alan Wco to Channel 9 meteorologist and Cindy Glaub 1988 miss Breck finalist. The event was put together by scout leaders Pat Krumsieck and Sharon Lichey. A Geb test the adult education division of the great Oaks vocational school District is sponsoring a ged test Day april 29 at Scarlet Oaks career development Campus 3254 e. Kemper Road. There is usually a $15 local fee As Well As a $10 state application fee for the test but the $15 fee will not be charged april 29. For further information Call Scarlet Oaks at 771-8810 Between 1 and 9 . A ramp work the Ohio department of transportation has awarded a $1,038,227.70 contract to construct a westbound on ramp on 1-275 at Winton Road in Forest Park. Barrett paving materials of Cincinnati won the project which is set for completion on May 15,1990. Has a news mailing list if your group newsletter we at the Hilltop press would appreciate being added to your mailing list. Send it to the press at 5505 Cheviot Road Cincinnati 45247. A a briefly is compiled by news editor Gary Presley Usa Souten Shess staff digest licensed Amateur radio operators in the country says being e Ham la a great Hobby at any see. To world of the govern if the govern mom since most operators Are older licensed hum at least older than Tim a he said United states they seem interested in talking to a by from is younger person it use the exp i ask them the same things they less his dad is ask me a Tim said of his conversations. A they think its neat talking to be radio up if a kid. Sometimes i run out of things you re doing a to say. That a when i sign Tim and his dad have a regular a sixth grader sunday morning Chat with a Man m Luck getting Berio. Tim and is dad went to operators a of therein to visit their radio pal two a stalk a14police bust crack Deal Greenhills police interrupted what appeared to be a crack Deal Early sunday morning at John l. Sullivan a restaurant and tavern 10 Enfield Street. Patrolmen Tom Hall and Tom Burroughs were in the bar on a plainclothes detail when they surprised Gerald f. Gorman 27, Inman Lane Greenhills and another unidentified Man in the restroom. Hall said Gorman had a plastic Container of crack five ams of packaged marijuana and a be amount of Cash. A it appeared to be a drug Sale in Progress a said. This was the first time the Green Mlls department has confiscated crack a cocaine derivative he said. Hall said the two men pushed past police and were chased through the bar before a scuffle ended in Gormanos arrest. The other Man got away. During the scuffle Hall said Gorman tried to reach in is jacket pocket and was stopped before getting to a loaded handgun. Gorman is in the criminal Justice Center charged with a felony drug abuse resisting arrest and carrying a concealed weapon in a liquor establishment. If convicted the last charge carries a mandatory 18-month jail term. City to pay for its Trees Forest Park residents will get a City tree program but they wont be paying for it directly. City Council voted unanimously to go ahead with a Street tree maintenance program but not assess individual property owners. That proposal Drew opposition from residents who like the program but not the Price tag. Council decided april 17 to allocate $40,000 a year from the general fund to pay contracted services for planting removing and maintaining Trees. The program will begin in 1990 and extend at least through 2000. In other action april 17, Council approved a $500-a-month contract for janitorial services for the police and departments. Senior budget Linges on Levy by hell Fallon staff reporter North College Hill about half of the operating budget of the City a senior Center is Riding on the Success of a 0.5-Mill Levy renewal May 2. A if it does no to pass we wont be Able to provide the kinds of services we offer now a said Kathy Warner Center director. A we wont close our doors but it will be necessary to Cut Back on what we along with the $28,000 raised from the Levy the centers budget consists of $21,000 in fund raising efforts and $14,000 in a Federal nutrition Grant. The $63,000 budget figure does not include Grants from the Council on aging and american association of retired persons. Those funds do not come directly to the Center but pay for three part time employees and the Council on aging transportation services. The Center offers residents and nonresidents Over the age of 55 a wide Range of programs and services. There a a daily luncheon at the Center with a voluntary $1 donation plus a Home meals program for shut ins. The Center provides both a social outlet for people with crafts movies and trips As Well As a place to get help ramp a oses in filling out tax and impair App forms and receive health checks. Its open five Days a week from 9 . To 5 . And on sunday at 2 . For Bingo. Members of the Center who live in North College Hill pay a $4 annual fee and non residents pay $5. Some programs like meals on wheels Are available for non members because they Are federally funded. Womer said there Are about 600 Center members. About 70 people visit the Center daily. She credits the Success and popularity of the Center to volunteers. Please see hinge a17is it possible for a team to have to much a Talent to map 35 cants you v 3 cd Lyl x o o a 2 o m o a o o inc vol. 71, no. 16 two sections 26 pages wednesday april 26, 1909 ers work to Plant Park Hope it becomes a something positive by Heidi Fallon staff reporter Springfield township volunteers Are doing More than planting 1,200 seedlings along the Kokosinc construction co. Excavation site. They Hope they re beginning the Healing process. The View place civic association organized the second massive planting of four varieties of Trees last weekend at the controversial site. Situated on 28 acres bordering Caldwell and Wellesley drives and a Sliver of Forest Wood drive the As yet unnamed Park will be deeded Over to Springfield town sep trustees. Trustees wont take ownership of the land until Kokosinc does All the work it agreed to in its contract with the Voca. The company is responsible for seedlings developing two Ball diamonds installing backstops putting Down a gravel parking lot and taking care of any present or future drainage problems. While some View place and Rensselaer Park residents have waged a 2-year Battle against the recreational development Dan Hummer sees a a Light at the end of the Hummer a former Voca officer who helped negotiate the Kokosinc contract said the next step will be to finalize plans with Kokosinc for the bal Fields. The Voca asked for help from the Hamilton county Park District and received three different sets of blueprints. A we now have something specific a Hummer said. A a we la see if the people have a preference and Well show the plans to the contractor and go from a Well see if the people have a preference and Well show the plans to the contractor and go from there. We re finally at a Point to do something a Dan Hummer there. We re finally at a Point to do something positive. A a Hummer said versions of the development plans include hiking and jogging trails a volleyball court and picnic and playground areas along with the two bal Fields. The Only Entrance to the Park will be from Caldwell drive. A Large chunk of the land will be reforested As needed and not developed. A a we re getting a $300,000 Park at no Cost to the taxpayers a Hummer said. Springfield trustees have said they re willing to spend Money from their budget for whatever a needed once Kokosinc is finished. They could add bleachers additional landscaping or whatever the Board decides is necessary. While the Park is taking shapes is a civil suit against Hummer another Voca former officer Joe Wolke and the civic association. A court appointed mediator failed to resolve the dispute and a trial is set for May 30. Ten View place residents Are suing for $300,000 in compensatory and punitive damages. They also want the Kokosinc agreement changed to eliminate the bal Fields and convert the site to a nature preserve. Slippage concerns a17 Larry Bullock Finneytown spent his saturday helping View place residents Plant 1,200 Trees on the Kokosinc construction co. Park sits
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