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Hilltop News Press (Newspaper) - March 1, 1989, Cincinnati, OhioIng Brentwood College Hill Finneytown Forest Park Greenhills it. Airy my. Healthy new Burlington North College Hill Springfield twp. Official we re proud off vol. 71, no. 8 two sections. 22 pages wednesday March 1, 198910 arrests help cops crack cases briefly the Hamilton county Rural zoning commission has scheduled a Public hearing March 9,7 30 ., at the Springfield township administration building 8375 Winton Road Finneytown on a request to rezone 12 acres on the North Side of Galbraith Road about 680 feet East of Winton Road from a a by and a a cd residence to do Quot planned multiple residence. Sterling Mead inc. Hopes to build fourteen two and 2% Story buildings that would House 132 one and two bedroom apartments. Included in the Complex would be carports a swimming Pool clubhouse and Tennis courts. Access would be off of a private drive off of Sunrise drive which would extend to Galbraith Road. The application and plan Are available for inspection during Normal business hours in the commission office room 807, county administration building 138 e. Court St., Cincinnati. For More information Call 632-8461. Of the estimated $33,000 Worth of items stolen police recovered $13,400, including furs and jewelry. The burglaries Date Back to the end of 1988 and include Hilltop Barber shop and Blue Chip electronics police said. Am of the residential burglaries occurred in the Ridge Vale subdivision and one of the cars was stolen from Colerain township police said. In the other car theft Niehaus said the boys took the keys during one burglary and returned the next might and stole the car. Both vehicles were recovered. The same Day detective Rhon Hadsell arrested Dave Baird and Tony Kaiser both 21 and both of Hamilton for the feb. 9 burglary of a Hamilton Avenue Home. An estimated $1,000 in guns was recovered where the pair had stashed them in a wooded area of Goshen township police said. Baird is charged with aggravated burglary. Kaiser is charged with complicity. An aquarius drive Man and a juvenile were also arrested feb. 15 after they attempted to break into a House on Zodiac drive. The pair were chased by the Home owner and police after they fled the scene. Please see cases a9 by held Fallon staff reporter Springfield township police detectives arrested five adults and five juveniles last week closing the books on More than a dozen House and business burglaries. They also recovered an estimated $14,400 in property including $1,000 Worth of guns. Springfield township police assisted by the Forest Park canine unit tracked three 14-year-old boys to a residence near Schottelkott Park after they attempted to break into a Home in the Ridge Vale subdivision off Mill Road feb. 14. A neighbor spotted the boys and called police police said. They were arrested the next Day by detectives Rick Niehaus and Terry Root when they attempted to Cash a Check stolen in one of the burglaries. The three juveniles Are from the seven Hills and Colerain township areas police said. The Trio Are charged with aggravated burglary breaking and entering receiving stolen property. Two Are also charged with Auto there. Niehaus said the juveniles Are responsible for six House break ins three business burglaries and two car history on the air for the past month fifth Grade students have opened and closed the Day with announcements on Houston elementary schools Public address system about important people in Black history. Some students who have participated in this program Are front Row left to right Josh Louda Tonya Davenport Junius Sanders and Jean nine Hight Back Row Tanya Carpenter and Simone Kelly. For More on the program see Page As. Glass blowing May not be As popular As it used to be but interest could be reborn in Cincinnati especially if Deb by Hoffheimer has her Way. Hoff theimer is trying to organize a hot Glass working technique studio school in the area and has lined up local Glass artist John Cain to attend a meeting for prospective students March 12 at 7 30 For More information Call 521-0468. Forest fair finally open and ready to wow us a mall Entrance garage entrances exits the Greenhills Coop Nursery school will have an open House for registration of 3 and 4-year-old children March 4,9 a.m.-11 a.m., at the school Winton and Cromwell roads Greenhaus. For More information Call 825-9019. A local eighth Grade students Are still eligible to compete for one of three Roger Bacon High school freshman Art scholarships for the 1989-1990 school year. The St. Bernard Catholic High school will offer $850, $650 and $350 scholarships to applicants who demonstrate the Best combination of artistic ability character and organization. Applicants must bring a prescribed portfolio of artwork to a personal interview March 5 at the school 4320 Vine St. Interviews Are by appointment Only. For More information Call 641-1300. If you plan to attend events during Forest fair malls grand opening week be warned that shoppers might be More hyper than the $200 million shopping Center. To Cope with the expected numbers Forest fair Ohio a second largest mall has increased Security and traffic control beginning today March 1. Steve Vollmar Forest Park police chief said his department will have three1 officers at the mall during business hours through the first week of grand opening festivities. A when Biggs opened we planned for the worst Case scenario and had More men than we needed a Vollmar said. A we will do the same thing uniformed and non uniformed police from Fairfield and Forest Park Are working with the mall Developer la Hooker to provide adequate coverage. Hooker is paying for the increased police presence Vollmar said. Parking for 7,493 cars is available in the surface lot and the four level garage. Please see mall a9 foment senior citizen Complex coming to pleasant run on entrances off Mill Road since it is a county Road. His company is willing to pay for a traffic Light at the Mill and West Kemper roads intersection and improve the Street. The development plan includes 139 detached condominiums 482 attached condominiums and stacked apartments plus a Community senior Center Golf course jogging trails and rehabilitation care faculty. Muraco said prices would Range from $90,000 to $100,000 for the detached condos and $85,000 to $93,000 for the attached. He had no estimate on the rental units. He said there would be five different exterior styles for the units and All would feature two car garages and full basements. A the Community Center would be open to ail Forest Park residents but the rest of the facility would be limited to residents of the Complex. Muraco said the seven partner Akron by held Fallon staff reporter. A zone change for a proposed 85-acre development at the Northeast Comer of Mill and West Kemper roads was the topic of debate at a feb. 20 Forest Park City Council Public hearing. Council will vote on the change from single family zoning to planned office and Multi family zoning March 6. The change would avow the development of Leisure living estates a housing Complex designed for older persons without children. Residents of pleasant run farms which Borders the site said they Are concerned about additional trame on Mill Road and Gaylord and Hazelhurst lanes. David Muraco a representative of Leisure life developments said Hamilton county will have the final say Mark

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