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Hilltop News Press (Newspaper) - August 23, 1989, Cincinnati, OhioNewspaper press Community classified inside sports the first Steps toward winning a9 b1 real estate a8 schools. A6 viewpoints. ,a2 festival. Classifieds deaths. Lifestyle. Police. In takes charges a3news wednesday aug. 23, 1989 thirty five cents taking care of the new zoning ordinance prepared to go along with the recently completed land use plan equips it. Healthy officials to better regulate child care centers group Homes signs and fences and control future development and zoning changes. Signs and of Pees two areas that have continually been a regulating and enforcing a nth Blem for Council Are formally addressed in the ordinance. Fences will be restricted to Side and rear Yards unless the Fence meets decorative specifications such As split rail wrought Iron or picket fences except for those deemed decorative fences must not exceed a maximum face a Street. Ten pages of the 88-Page ordinance Are devoted to regulating the use of signs in the City. Signs that extend Over the sidewalk will no longer be allowed. Once those existing signs Are taken Down for repairs they can Only be put Hack up if they comply with the new safety standards. The ordinance also provides for a Hoard to hear variances and use permits requests. The re will be a Public bearing on the ordinance sept. 19 at 7 . A a resist future attempts for More retail at the Northern and Southern ends of the City focusing instead on a a City Square concept. The report which states it is a More of an idea than plan a suggests that Public funds be used to develop the area around City Hall or around Compton Road and Hamilton Avenue. It would enhance existing and attract new businesses along with non profit investments such As the Library and museums. Councilwoman Sylvia Lawson said she like the City Square concept and thought it would Benefit the City As a while. The report urges the City to build on its past by preserving historic Sites and allowing for bed and breakfast establishments. Please see land a13 Telephone a tie that binds Willke family aiming for new target practice storage garage part of the plan Springfield township the Road department is getting a storage garage and the puce department is getting an. Indoor target Range. Township trustees awarded a $133,215 contract to Leo j. or. Co., to build the combined facility with construction slated for Early september. It will he built behind police Headquarters at 1300 Compton Road. Service and Road superintendent Erv Kattelman said the new building will mean a lot of his equipment wont be sitting out under Canvas any longer. He said he will use the building to store seasonal equipment such As Snow plows and mowers. The police will use part of the 75-by-52 foot building for an indoor Range. Currently police use the Woodlawn police departments Range. Kattelman said White he a hoping to be Able to use the building by Winter police wont be completing their part of the shared facility for some time. The township will pay for the building using revenues from the gasoline and License plate taxes and a portion from the general . Healthy fall sports kick off it. Healthy High school athletic boosters will sponsor a Parade and Bonfire to kick off the fall sports season aug. 30 at 7 . The Parade starts at the administration building 7015 Harrison ave., and ends at moms Field on Adams Road where the athletes will be introduced and the Bonfire lit. The band cheerleaders athletes and coaches will participate. The Public is cordially seminar at Church the new red Cross two part Community cardiopulmonary resuscitation course will be offered from 6 to 10 . Aug. 30 and 31 at heritage United methodist Church 1596 Compton Road it. Healthy. There Isa fee for materials. For More information and to Register Cal the Cincinnati red Croes at 579-3080 Between 8 30 a in. And 4 a . Weekdays Mew raw it to an 18-year-old Symmes township Man is behind bars charged with assaulting a Morningstar drive Man. After trying to Roo a Mios pizzeria Driver aug. 16 in the Skyline acres subdivision of Springfield township. Cub Roundup the annual school night Roundup Fin Tiger cubs and cub scouts in pack 609 Wil be at Fohmey town a Whitaker school on aug. 31 from 7 to 9 pin. In the school cafeteria. Flyers about the program will he passed out in the school pm Rente Ara ene Ourand to attend police said Johnson and possibly four or five others May have been involved in throwing rocks and damaging vehicles driving through the subdivision i

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