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Hilltop News Press (Newspaper) - July 26, 1989, Cincinnati, OhioBriefly the right number the Telephone number for the Forest Park litter awareness and recycling office was misprinted in the july 19 Hilltop news press. Those who called got a City phone that Isnit staffed All the time. The Correct number to find out More about the City a recycling a Effort is 595-5263. Donors wanted Central hardware and Hoxworth blood Center Are asking for blood donors today from noon to 2 15 . And 3 30 to 6 . At the Forest Park Central hardware store 639 Northern blvd. A Hoxworth Bloodmobile will be in the parking lot outside the store. Watching on june 29th 43 residents of College Hill forums Cincinnati police division District 1 and 6 were trained in bloc watch techniques and procedures by police officers. They Learned How to recognize emergency situations what Telephone numbers to Call and How to describe individuals and vehicles. The next bloc watch training session will be for residents of forum districts 2 and 3 thursday at 7 30 . At the town Hall. Watch for a flyer on your door. 745-0555 inside anniversaries. classified cd .b3 .1-.a12 in the service police reports. To at sports. viewpoints. ____________________________________a14 arcu Tatum. Phone 542-9474 display ads. Phone 661-8352 classified ads. Update on real estate top May prices Greenhills 9 Justicia Lane 4 by 2 Baths 1.970 so. It. 7sx118 Tot a amp Mpwo a frn College he / Finneytown 7383 Commonwealth dr., 3 by 2 Baths 1,432 so. Ft., 118x186 Tot w hopping to e Arto g Larkin $105,000 mount healthy 9421 Wyoming Point place 4 by 3 Baths 2.289 so. Ft., 48 180 so. It. M Chandler to d and m Krumdieck $146,000 compare. Average Home Price the Hilltop area Hamilton county to the entire county. May i your area 1988 four aria May 1989 60k $30k of few whole i i i 90k 120k 150k compare. Average Price of Homes sold in area. $621700 1,800 May 1988 1988 May May 1988 map 35 cents Titt Clfton net suburban Para inc. All rights Faser Verf vol. 71, no. 29 two sections 24 pages wednesday july 26, 1989tui it Small but outcome helpful first n by held Fallon staff reporter better Comour parents is the Mai residents who att focus group meet ii four focus Grouf release of the univ missioner by the a tons within the a a cancelled because i july 20 focus Grouf was delivered door i o c o a i x o tudy focus group meets a a a ? a j r us o it q schools and St College Hill Hool District j t in it a i 3 ? j school d following the Lati study com a sess race rela-18 group was registered. The Ile after a flier superintendent Stan Wem said he expected better response but Isnit disappointed. It bad expected More people but i think we had a Good discussion july 20 and anticipate another Good discussion monday night july 24 a he said. A a we re hoping to develop a broader base in the Community and will have More focus groups in the Mary Kimbrough Betts Avenue said she too was surprised with the turnout but pleased with the outcome. A i think it was a fruitful discussion a Kimbrough said. A a a think things will get while the four residents did no to have specific recommendations to improve Home and school communications they did urge More parental involvement in areas of curriculum and textbook adoptions. Wem said Many residents May be unaware that textbooks Are recommended by a team of teachers Given to the Board for review and then voted on a month later. During that time textbooks Are available for Public inspection at Board offices. Kimbrough said Many West College Hill residents were a a puzzled by responses to questions put to the Community by the us research team that conducted the racial study. A i did no to agree with the data and i done to think it let them District officials know How the Community really feels a Kimbrough said. Kimbrough was not part of the us Survey but said her daughter was. A if there is a negative attitude in the Community that resulted from a negative experience at school we will address Wem said. A if we done to nobody else the four Black residents also told the two us group leaders who will Lead All scheduled focus groups that they done to feel represented by the current All White school Board. Residents said the five members All live within the same attendance area of Clove Mook elementary and feel they represent an upper Middle income level. None of the Board members attended the focus group meeting. Wem said the Board will receive a written report at the end of each series of focus groups. Forest Park 12191 Elkwood dr., 4 by 2.5 Baths 2,209 so. It 86x132 Tot j Goebel to r and c Mooney $95,900 100k data compiled by am restate. Inc., publisher of the Pace reports and presented by press Community newspapers. Neighbourhoods Are grouped by zip codes graph reflects sales for the month Only Ano should not be interpreted As a Long Range trend a new the word at combined school Cross county a path soon to be clearer a total of 29 houses criss crossing it. Healthy North College Hill Springfield and Colerain townships will be demolished by the state within the next few weeks. The Ohio department of transportation awarded a $113,099 contract to a Dayton wrecking company to tear Down the houses to make Way for Cross county Highway. There is no scheduled Date to begin work on this next Section of Cross county which will link up with the completed stretch that now ends at Colerain Avenue in Groesbeek and another Section planned from West Galbraith Road to Winton Road. David Hinds administrative coordinator of the real estate department of Dot said the project is a still in the acquisition a we have another 40 parcels still to acquire in these areas it. Healthy North College Hill and the two townships and i have no idea when that will happen a Hinds said. Once the state buys a House. Hinds said it gets in the land lording business if economically feasible. He said the state currently has about 180 rental units All on month to month leases. Roger Cowden of the Steve r. Rauch incorporated firm contracted to demolish the Homes said there is no scheduled Date for the demolition. The company has a meeting with Dot july 26 to Hammer out the details. Cowden said Crews normally demolish several Homes at one time followed by a second phase clean up. Hinds said the state will be responsible for seeding mulching and maintaining the vacant lots. A houses to go a15 ships a Kron said. A most will recognize a Friendly face Here and there from soccer or scouts or other Community activities. And there will be familiar faces among the teaching to ease those first Day jitters the faculty and administration ended last school year with activities designed to introduce the students to one another. There were skating parties and car washes and an end of the year tour of the school. Jim Anthony who la move from be ing principal at Greenhills Middle school to a Fps made weekly visits to Forest Park Middle school so that staff and students could get to know him. Please see new a15 staff Tisne to making Christmas cards Isnit How most youngsters Are spending the summer unless they re attending the Powei Crosley or. Myca snoopers Camp. Carolyn Wiley 5, Sarah Wolf 6, and Volunteer Camp guide Shannon Tabor put the finishing touches on their Holiday greetings during a Christmas in july Celebration. Some artists May be called temper mental hut 4-year-old Claire me Mullaugh left said she was just confused. A i done to know what in a doing a she said while in the midst of making a Christmas ornament. City loses liquor Appeal Forest Park the City lost its Appeal to a liquor License granted to the Sonio Gas station and food Mart at Northland and Waycross roads. City Council and the Greenhills Forest Park school District had banded together to fight the License because the station is near the Greenhills Forest Park Middle school. A state i or control appeals Board considered City a Appeal and voted 3-2 in favor of granting the License to sell Beer. A a in a disappointed and we still have the same concern we always had but there is no area for further Appeal a superintendent Charles Kron said. A a we la Monitor the station closely and Hope it works Kron said his main argument was the close proximity to the school and Ball Fields. Councilman de Schaffer said the City will also a follow the situation closely to Check for liquor violations. Bob Teckenbrock the manager of the company owned station said Beer sales would be a strictly by Heidi Fallon staff reporter it will truly be a new school year for students attending the Greenhills Forest Park Middle school this fall. A result of the school boards decision last year to merge the districts two Middle schools a Fps will have a new sign a new staff combining teachers from both Middle schools a new Pat a new Mascot and a nearly new student body. The biggest Impact on the 685 seventh and eighth graders according to superintendent Charles Kron will be making new friends. A the biggest thing and it will be Short lived will be malting new Friend 1

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