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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - April 01, 1981, Cincinnati, OhioI in Etui Success with local companies pm a Fost Aoe paid cihc�nha1i Ohio pop Artif to 55,3vanpooling extending into neighbourhoods by Christie Evans if the country undergoes another Crisp like the Oil embargo of 1979, people like Shirley Halpin of Montgomery and Don Horman of Blue Ash wont have to worry As much As the rest of us. The two employees Are already in on something that May Well become the trend of the future a Van pooling. The Advent of the 12-person rid Pool As a the Way to go is the purpose behind project rid share promoted by. The Ohio Kentucky Indiana regional Council of governments of. Every morning Horman leaves Home in his Large 12-sea Ter Van. That s not so luxurious considering the fact that every seat will be taken by the time the Van reaches its workplace destination. Horman is the Driver. Halpin is a rider in another Vanpool. Both ride sharers have been at it for More than a year. Seven thousand people fill the rid share programs computer files. Tomorrow More than 1,000 employees will ride to work in a ride share Van. It s a Good Way to save Gaa. For riders there Are Many advantages. A besides gasoline there is a savings on car Wear and tear and some people eliminate the need for a second car. In. Addition those who done to drive can sit Back and enjoy the 25-30 mile ride to work. Rid share can save a participant about $1,000 a year according to program manager Greg wee Terbeck. A member of rid share usually fills up his own car Only once or twice a month Wester Beck said. Horm an agrees that project rid share is a great Deal. A i done to pay anything to get to and from work. I Only pay when i drive the Van for my personal use which i can do ensuring off hours. And it frees up the car for my Horman also said that he Felt the ride was a Nice sociable time a i be got great riders we talk about All kinds of things on our Way to that aspect of rid share is a Little like the school bus concept Halpin culls her Vanpool a relax and of very to de fun. site added that another Phis is the door to door service. Halpin does t have to walk from the parking tot to her company s door in the rain some riders May see their insurance premiums improve. Insurance companies tend to s be better rates if the Ivor does not use his car during _ Quot prime time Quot hours and if the total amount he does use it decreases. Vanpoots Are coordinated differently from More traditional rid pools. Instead of neighbourhood employees getting together to commute to their workplace rid share companies round up their employees themselves. Coordinators of rid share Market their program directly to businesses. The program is free. To enlist in ride share Coats a company nothing but the initial Price of the vans a figure which is eventually paid off by the riders. Under the system companies Purchase a Van and allow employees to use it for a monthly fee. That fee is never As much As the sum which a rider would pay if he were driving to work himself. The rid share program is to successful that Oki coordinators 1 plan to expand to a More general Market. They will attempt neighbourhood marketing through the mail already. Billboards line the Highway urging the communities to sign up. People involved with rid share consider it an a important part of the Campaign to improve Public transportation and As Halpin pointed out the conversation is free. To place a classified and Call 731-7170 by 3 00 pm monday Gay i display advertising amp news Call 531-0234 paper delivery Call 731-4200 cd Nch a Nat suburban newspapers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood Mark of circulation mfg mtg vol. Xxx no. 35 20c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday. April 1, 1981 4415 Montgomery re. City income shy Deer Park tightens budget Belt by Barbara Casson there Wasny to enough Money for a new police Cruiser or a garbage truck but most departments escaped severe reductions a appropriations in Deer Parks 1981 budget which was. Approved by Council March 26. Quot we the no tax any body too much Quot said finance committee chairman Robert Schuler. A the cuts were done across the the $828,936 budget was approved with a suspension of the required three readings inflation and an $8,.oqo,4ecreaie in. That Tco a amp earnings hot were cited As causes of the loss of about $27,000 in general fund revenues Over last year. The fire department had requested about $12,000 for equipment and got $8,550. The Park Board had also requested More for incidentals than of heft of a Ceiva a Only $25,000 has been designated for Street repairs according to councilman Robert Deangelis com pared to $45,000 last. Year. Also eliminated were plans to Purchase a police Cruiser and a garbage truck. Among the a Propri it a ions were treasurer retiring new duties for Madeira principal two administrative changes were announced this week in Madeira if Holst William g. Williamson principal of Madeira High school has resigned effective at the end of this year to become assistant superintendent business manager of Madeira City schools. William s. Toth treasurer of the school system has announced that he is retiring july 31, to a spend a Little More time on the Golf Quot Bill Williamson has been the principal at Madeira High for the past four years. He came to Madeira schools from Loveland in the fall of 1964. He taught history physical education and Drivers training. In 1970, he became an administrator when he was selected to be assistant principal of Sellman school. Williamson s entire life has been connected with Madeira. He. Grew up or Madeira and graduated from Madeira High school. He graduated from Miami. University and received his educational specialists in school administration from Xavier University. A Toth has been a fixture at Madeira for a Long time. He came there in july i960. Before that he was a teacher in North College Hill where he taught Industrial arts. He graduated from Miami University and he did his graduate study there also. William Williamson William Toth police department $42,725, fire department $122,690, garbage removal and disposal $32.780, Public buildings and lands $70,870, general Bond retirement. Council also passed to the second Reading a contract with the Hamilton county health department for $5,683. In other business the Council requested safety service director Dave o Leary to continue a study on the feasibility of installing a traffic Barrier at the Railroad crossing at Galbraith and Blue Ash roads. Of Leary said the need for the Barrier depended on the Speed of trains at the crossing and that in some cases the Cost of the Barrier is shared with the state. Councilman Schuler reported that Deer Parks Cable transmission system has been transferred from Norwood to Blue Ash. Mayor Francis Healy told local High school students present at the meeting who will participate in student government night april 14 that there Are plans for the event to be televised on Cable. Blue Ash parts paths with Engineer firm by Paul Clark Blue Ash has ended it seven year association with Balke engineering reportedly due to personality conflicts Between members of the firm and City Council. Council refused to engage Balke for 1981 after City officials voiced indignation at charges that the firm could be sold at any time with attendant layoffs of All employees. The decision came at councils March 26 meeting. Unnamed Balke employees Are said to have Madeira Board changes dates the Madeira Board of education rescheduled two upcoming Board meetings March 16. The meeting slated for april 20 will instead be held april. 27. Likewise the meeting set for May 4 is pushed Back a week to May 11. Both meetings will be held at 8 . In the Madeira High school Media cent Erthe usual time and site for school Board meetings. Made the charges. Council was reportedly told that the Sale will occur As soon As the firms chief Engineer gets another Job. The City s contract was instead awarded solely to construction design services cd. Plans to award twin projects to cd and Balke so As to evaluate them competitively were stymied when All references to Balke were eliminated from the ordinance by a 6-2 vote. Council member Raymond m a Nab called Balkees problems Quot unbecoming Quot and said the City a a does t need to do business with anyone who treats their employees like Council agreed rejecting mayor Bieder Mann a plea that Quot we be vindictive toward Balke. Gold Silver coins Estt Tunc it but Cash payment t$4 i Market 631-2112 off 7 ptts my leu Balkees Quality of work was called Quot Good Quot by City manager Victor Suhren. Informed of the development Balke president Chandra Shah said the news came As Quot a. Surprise for Shah nonetheless expressed his pleasure to have served Blue Ash and called the conflict a a personal Quot one declining to say who was involved. He denied however that his company would be sold regardless of anyone a departure and dismissed speculation of Blue Ash officials that the rejection might cause grave financial problems for Balke. Shah said Blue Ash accounted for Only about five percent of the firms work and cited Balke s 35 years of existence As evidence of its stability. Marvin Thompson Deputy City manager said that no reflection on Balkees expertise was intended. Thompson said allegations cited by Council of Balkees instability be attributed lest jobs at the firm be jeopardized but he agreed with Shah that personal Mcelwee amp Mcelwee attorneys at Law John a Mcelwee Mary h. Mcelwee 984-1811 a Domestic relations a personal injury a bankruptcy a Walls 9050 Plainfield re near Cross county Hwy Eves amp set by appointment Ity conflicts were at the Core of the problem. A a it a a Touchy situation Quot Thompson said. In other business Council a approved purchases and repairs totalling $18,066. To be purchased Are a ground maintenance vehicle swimming Pool faucets and a microwave oven for the Golf course restaurant. Repairs Are for a garbage truck and City building carpet. R eve Quot a i s glasses i i same a a Day at York s lab outlet they will 5 make your glasses in one1 Day a or m some cases an hour on p most prescriptions they re a a located across from Meier s Quot winery in Syverton 0c1 optometrist v �6924 Plainfield adj an artists rendering of Procter amp Gamble s proposed research Laboratory to be situated at the Sharon Woods technical Center in Blue Ash. Procter amp Gamble plans Spring expansion Procter amp Gamble has announced plans for a 270,000 a Square foot product research Laboratory and office building to be built at the firms 136-acre Sharon Woods technical Center Complex on Reed Hartman Highway in Blue Ash. Construction is expected to begin this Spring and take 20 months to Complete. The building will provide product development laboratories and related offices for employees involved in research manufacturing and engineering for Procter amp Gamble s toilet goods business. The exterior of the new building will blend with the award winning design of existing a amp a research buildings on the site which were built in 1973. The Structure will be highly Energy efficient with a Well insulated Shell and double pane tinted or reflective Glass windows. Architect for the project is the Cincinnati firm of Baxter Hodell Donnelly Preston. Two other local firms the ltd. And w.h.b., inc. Will do the structural mechanical and electrical engineering for the new building Trees on the heavily wooded 136-acre site which is adjacent to Sharon Woods Park will be preserved As much As possible during construction company officials said. Blue Ash City manager Victor Suhm said he is a extremely pleased to see Procter amp Gamble expanding in Blue he said he has found the Sharon Woods technical Center to be a Good neighbor. Initial occupants of the new building will be transferred from other company locations in Cincinnati. Procter amp Gamble manufactures and markets laundry and cleaning products personal care products food products and products for business and Industry. False alarm ordinance on Montgomery Agenda the third Reading of an ordinance amending chapter 99 of the City code regarding alarm burglary and emergency systems will head action at tonight a Montgomery City Council meeting. Other action features three resolutions proposing approval of sign variances. The signs Are those of Burger chef Lilac Bush and Market place. Council will also vote upon an ordinance allowing three weeks vacation to City employees after eight years service. It will be the third Reading. The first Reading of another ordinance authorizing participation in upgrading guardrails and Bridge raiiing9, is also scheduled. Inside tip Page 2. New makers Hue 4.Montgomery women a Chib slates torture series i.6, 7, 8. Sports scene �?T81 Nooe 891 7f 11 9 7529 Kim Ood cd Owry a a ���?��?�w�0ci� shop pts i a a a Kay Clark of Cincinnati loses 92 lbs. With America s leading weight loss program a after trying every other diet program available Inis was to be my last Success or fat forever this program was unbelievably easy. The food1 was great. Tasty and convenient. The moral support and constant encouragement from the staff was my greatest Call today for a complimentary no obligation consultation 1 f Quot weight last Ciri Inre i Kenwood tri county r my m mtr Tuai in sum a my m 891-8444 772-0611

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