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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - April 10, 1974, Cincinnati, OhioDeer Park town meeting camper owners protest parking restrictions m Piet Elvah co net it tin Neil Hall for rent accommodates up to 400 Wood burning i i replace wedding receptions a speciality i i j to Williamson re. Blue Asti Call 8� to 18 or 79 3 -5682 by ait a sch View Deer Park trailer owners do not want Council telling them where to Park. Overwhelming disapproval of any attempt to legislate against parking recreational vehicles in front of their property was expressed by people who attended an apr. 1 town meeting. The town meeting was instituted to give Council and the administration a first hand View of residents feelings after a petition was circulated in protest of the parking of a trailer at the residence of or. And mrs. Spencer Poppe. 4438 Dunedin ave. The petition containing about 90 names was circulated by or. And mrs. Do u g Kroge r. 4 4 40 Dunedin. Deer Park has an a or Dan Arr prohibiting a parking of trailers and romper in the front Yard beyond or front line of the House unless parked on a regular after the Kroger a complaint police chief Mick Nimersheim suggested that the Poppes move the trailer onto their driveway. The Poppes. Complied immediately and have been paying for overnight Park ing privileges for their two cars Ever since. Kroger admi11ed that a a there is a lot of feeling on this he said the parking situation on Dunedin is already atrocious without being compounded by camping a parking. A a somebody sure goofed Kroger said referring to the narrow frontages which make parking a problem. The area was annexed to the City of Deer Park at the request of Quot residents and was not originally part of the City. P e a up i who own recreational vehicles should arrange to Park them at designated spot available al reasonable Price. Kroger said. A if you can to afford a parking spot you own a camper,.�?� he said. Such vehicles the Kroger believe Are a a Eves a res Quot and decrease pro Yerty values of surround i no Hornett ners. In rebuttal., one resident said he would hate to see a precedent set by legislating against alleged eyesores. He Felt this could get was out of hand Kenneth Ward stated something could be called an eyesore Only if its allowed to deteriorate. Another resident agreed with him that there Are other More serious eyesores in Deer Par k than re c Rea t i on a 1 vehicles. If there were persons in the audience who agreed with the Kroger so Point of View or who signed the petition they did not speak up monday night a neighbor who lives across the Street from the Kroger said residents in the Vicinity of Quot the Poppes trailer were not approached to sign the Cine Mun who usually keeps Bis trailer in Indiana says an ordinance prohibiting parking of the vehicle would be unfair because be could t even bring it borne to clean it or get it ready for camping. Spencer Poppe read a second letter concerning communities which have passed ordinances that Quot have been ruled unconstitutional. The letter was in reply to Poppers letter which received nationwide coverage in a wheels Poppe said Deer Park solicitor Lames we is has a copy of the reply he received in oct. 1973, and. Has had time to research the cases listed. Another resident noted that the Village of even Dale passed a Law prohibiting the parking of recreational vehicles but now can to enforce it. Legislative and finance chairman Francis Healy said. The committee will take the matter of parking under advisement. 1viidii Florist 919 Kami i. Mum open week cd 8am 8pm Europe free 188 Page Book 56 different hours to ail of Europe Eastern Europe Balkans hoi lands Morocco Etc. 2 to 4 weeks escorted All expense incl. Air $729 to $1791, d ble occupancy. Frequent departures. For your free Cony write or phone item travel 8,1 13,0 a Hite Hall shopping ctr �?��12 h of 8h00k re. Pm Comati Ohio 4s23s child safety left. Hoffr Park police chief Nirk Nimersheim. A pm a Pau. But dal slump right of the National safety Council for Bis work in promoting safely among students in Deer Park. Nimersheim has received the award i i limes for Bis programs aimed at students in kindergarten through the eighth Grade. Deer Park and i. Healthy police departments initiated the program in Hamilton county 17 years ago. Long term report rising crime becomes problem in the Ridge in Montgomery office building plans scratched by Council if pleasant Ridge does have a problem it could probably be pinpointed in the area of safety according to the Long term action plan which Points out the area has experienced a 444 percent increase in crime Between 1960 and 1970. This Rise in crime coupled with Cincinnati slow per capita expenditure for police services has resulted in a drop in Confidence among Ridge residents that their property will be Safe and secure the report says. The report recognizes plans for an office building at Shelley le., Between Sycamore st. And Remmington re. In Montgomery were turned Down by that City a Council wednesday. The plans for a one Story office building rested on councils passage of seven variances which would have to be built on property zoned retail be. Council. President Howard Smith said he thought the office building would enhance the area but favored rezoning the property to office1 a of instead of granting the variances. A few main reason to objecting to ibis is that in sets to much of a president in a. Retail be zone a be said. Smith said the Council also had doubt that it could restrict the property to an egg Hunt in Deer Park Deer Park playground and civic club will sponsor its annual easter egg Hunt saturday apr. 13, 10 . At. Chamberlain Park for children living in. Deer Park Ages toddler through first Grade. Rain Date will be sunday1 . 4 suburban life wednesday april 10, 1974 office use. Should it change hands in Quot the future. Or. James Bishop was seeking the variances to build an office building that would House his dental practice As Well As other offices. Co uni. I worn an Alma Blazic was the Only Council member present that voted in favor of the variances. A the neighbors Are delighted with the Prospect of having this project there and i feel that if i was or. Bishop there would me a darn Good Chance i d turn around and sell that proper by and we Eon id gel something awfully had on that Smith said he is confident Council will always exercise control Over what is built on the property because he said a any development there will require substantial the variances would have permitted front Yard parking within 50 feet of a residential District parking a less than 50 feet away from the Street right of trays parking spaces for1 48 cars when. 100 spaces Are usually required in a retail zone and some Relief from screening and landscaping requirements. The planning commission recommended in favor deadlines deadline for All Church club and scout news is Friday noon. Deadline for All. Other contributions is monday at noon. Tor the following wednesdays paper. Of the variances. In other action Council a approved the erection of a traffic Light at Kennedy be. And Montgomery re. A passed to the 2nd Reading an ordinance that will permit the erection of Street lights on Deerfield re. Weller re. And wind Zag or. A heard a letter from Dean Hoffman of the Mont go Merv h is topical society registering the clubs objections to any possibility of razing a historical Home on Cooper re. And main st. Known As the Blackerby Home. The planning commission has been approached by developers with the idea of building offices on the site. Quot that part of this May be due to the fact that police Protection is often entered in other High crime areas of the District during Peak crime hours. Pleasant Ridge com rises about one half of eat. 406 in District 4, which also includes Kennedy Heights and is patrolled by one officer on each shift. However the report Points out the assigned beat car May be1 required to respond to another Section of the District because of service demands. The report also Sites the location of the District. 4 station on Vine st. In Carthage As an undesirable situation. Minor deficiencies Are delays by patrol cars and the near absence of foot patrols the report says. Recommendations include expansion of police services in the Community to include assignment of additional officer to pleasant Ridge promotion of the a com Sec program c o o Peral i a n Between citizens and police officers and. Expansion of the a Block watchers program in the Community. Health iii the area of health the report concludes that both school Community and private health adequate for the needs of the Community. However if they Are to remain that Way the report Tali makes some Reco Mefi Dat ions that should be followed including a. Push to obtain fluoridation for the Community. The report also recommends that the Community make an Effort to attract More drugstores More paediatricians and Young family Type doctors and upgrade dental screening in the schools. In the area of mental health it is recommended that the Community provide a place other than churches where residents of All Ages can go for hell. A a and counselling and that All Ridge schools he provided with visiting mental health consultants. Pleasant Ridge residents Are also served by the area 3 Center for mental health services now open on Montgomery re. In Kennedy Heights. The Center provides psychological counselling and referral services to residents of pleasant Ridge. Kennedy Heights s i 1 Verton and. Am her Village and is directed by mental health services of North Central Hamilton the report Atco a citizens health and safety directory be published containing information of How to Call the life squad a meals on wheels easy riders Etc. Next week what police say country Day students honoured Cincinnati country. Day school upperclassmen were awarded memberships in cum laude society at an apr. 4 morning Assembly at. The school. Area students honoured were James Maxwell Herschel Wood be. Louis Thayer 8420 old stable re. And Robert Rowe 4800 Muchmore re. The cum laude society is a National Honor society which is the High school equivalent of Phi Beta Kappa in College. A b0erger Dairy farms Buttermilk half gallon plus Deposit 49 Grade a Large eggs �9c winners of the Sycamore Deer Park Jaycee essay contest Are from left front Row honorable mention winners Mark Kunkel Flanders and Cheryl Hoer Aschemeyer second Row first place winners Cathy erd tan Donna Broxterman and Jimmy Wilson Back Row Jay Cees Bob Schuler project chairman and Dick Kent president. Winning essays were chosen from More than .200 entries by Deer Park students. Winners received a plaque and a 825 savings Bond. Super Price on super Perm dozen All flavors of ice Cream 5 great locations 2219 Losantiville you won t often find a Price like this Tike this on our special Perm. If you Haven t experienced super Perm yet this is the perfect Opportunity Don t your hair miss it. Because you won t often find a Perm like this and any Price. If gives great Curt automatically. And great condition automatically. And results that Are Tike naturally curly hair in perfect control. 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