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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - April 22, 1981, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary of i y historical society Veraa ave. Colus Abua Ohio 43211 a ii a lax amp Cait it a in race . Pm a in be paid cincihh4t� of to permit to 95 33 to place a classified and Call 731-7170 by Ifield and Call 731-7170 by 3 00 pm monday display advertising amp news Call 531-0234 paper delivery Call 731-4200 cd Nch a Nat Subt ban news Papas inc. Blue Ash Montgomery am Hersey Village Indian Hill a Madeira a pleasant Ridge a Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park a Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood Narm of vol. Xxx no. 38 20c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday april 22, 1981 4415 Montgomery re. Ranging Between 8 and 15 percent Amberley Council allows pay raised thinking Spring planting crocuses Means concentration for three Cincinnati country Day school Montease. Student a they made Way for Spring. Digging on the school grounds Are from left Charlie Wund of Jamestown and William Bramlage and Rodney Cheng both of Indian Hill. By Paul Clark most Amberley Village employees Are receiving higher paychecks this month As a result of raises approved april 13 by Village Council. Inflation and Job performance were cited As reasons for the increase. The raises retroactive to april 1, Range Between 8 and 15 percent. Council also extended a major medical insurance package to include newly hired employees. Previously the Benefit had been granted Only after an employee completed the s i x to it t h probation period. The new salary Range for the police chief is Between $27,500 and $34,500 annually compared with a former ceiling of $30,000. Lieu tenants will earn $24.000 up of 10 percent while patrolmen with More than two years of service will receive $22,000 also up 10 percent. Patrolmen a with 1-2 years service now make $r0,400 up 28 percent with those starting out getting a hike of $1,720 to a $17,720 base wage. Police clerks now earn a maximum of $14,000, up from $11,700. Amber Ley s court stenographer will be paid $35 per session of mayors court up $10. The Village clerk will receive $35 for each planning committee session and a raise from a Maxi mum salary of $14,750 to $16,250 the annual salary for the maintenance department superintendent is Between $17.800420,000. Highest hourly wage for labourers has reached $7.25, an increase of 35 cents. A firemen now make $14,000 annually in addition to $50 for a each alarm. $15 for each general alarm and $10 for All others including practice alarms. In other business a Council agreed to consider a strengthened dog control ordinance at the next monthly meeting a proposal in the works would allow repeat offenders to be charged with increasing degrees of misdemeanours. The present Law does no to distinguish Between first and subsequent breeches charging my with the same minor Misdemeanour. A a Public hearing was put on the Agenda for Council s May 12 meeting to discuss the zoning code As it pertains to Industrial Sites. Charles Klein of the novel Art co., has been engaged in a Legal Battle with the Village for More a than a year to be allowed to lease parts of his property to other companies. A Village manager Bernard Boraten announced that Only 21.9 percent of the annual budget was spent in the first Quarter of 1981. Last year a a Little Over 22 percent had been spent by april. A Council looked at preliminary drawing of a Salt bin and four Bay garage provided by Mcgill and Smith architects. The Public buildings committee was authorized to ask for completed drawings and to seek bids for the planned building and parking lot improvements. A mayor Arthur Friedman said head officially protested the final its. Census Bureau count showing Amberley a population to be 3,442, he said. The Village s own count is 399 More. Revenue sharing funds of up to $1,000 Are at Issue. Conduct Deer Park business students Trade places with solons artists gather ago am Madeira train station during Laai year s Art show. Madeira plays Host to artists craftsmen fifteen High school students experienced firsthand what it s like to be City government leaders As Well As television stars april 14 at Deer Parks student government night. Few improvements will be made in government unless Young people realize the importance of being actively involved in the democratic process the students were told by Hamilton county municipal court judge Albert Mestemaker and former judge Sandra Beckwith guest speakers. A the Only Way the fabric of democracy can remain Strong is to have an educated and concerned group of younger people to take Over the reins from the older leaders a Mestemaker said. The students Quot from. Deer Park my ber and mount notre Dame High schools conducted the City a business As coun cil members safety ser vice director Law director auditor clerk treasurer Council president and mayor. Held at Deer Park s Community Center the meeting will be shown on Cable television Channel 21 april 22 and 23 at 5 10 . And april 24 at 5 . The event was sponsored by the kiwanis club. Students from Moeller were Robert Klocke Matthew Macke John Long and Robert Caldwell. From mount notre Dame were Mary sue Thamann Jannia Trues Dell Kathy Shea and from Deer Park High school were Jeffrey Regens Burger Carol Burke Joan Havlin Terri Sabino Anne War who John Riesen Berg Julie Goldschmidt. Alternates were Margo Pinkerton and Elain Prues. Erv Schmidt of Matson Avenue requested. Council members to review Why the City cannot assist the Sycamore senior citizens Center financially. Schmidt said there Are 1,500 elderly Deer Park citizens who Benefit from we toe ideals and other Quot services. According to safety service director Dave of Leary Deer Park is a City established by state statute and cannot donate to1 organizations or clubs. As part of the Public works report it was announced that the metropolitan sewer District mob cannot help solve the problem of flooding on Richmond Avenue. i works chairman Robert Deangelis said he was Quot disgusted that mid will not help and Hopes his committee can generate some ideas about How to Correct the situation. Several residents on Richmond have had As much As four inches to two feet of water in their basements and have lost freezers filled with food., he said. Bids wih by advertised for the resurfacing project on Gail drive and Redmont Avenue. John r. Jurgen sen was awarded the bid for resurfacing Blue Ash Road for $115,815. Upgrading signal lights on Blue Ash Road is now in its final phase with work starting on the Road from Hagner Street and the South corporation line and the North corporation line. Madeira a Tyi Storic train station. Wiffie the Hub of activity May 3 during the 21st annual Madeira Art fair. More than 160 artists and. Craftsmen will display their works along the sidewalks of the City s business District from 11 . To 6 . The show continues its tradition of being the first outdoor show of the season in the tri state area. Nature photography m former a dds Ira resident Jerry Green will be on display in the train station. The exhibit is sponsored by the Cincinnati nature Center. Most of the photographs in the exhibit were taken locally and concentrate on close up views of insects and Flowers. Green now lives in Hyde Park. Jim Turner to be honoured May 7 Sycamore school official winding up career Silverton policemen cited for investigation Silverton mayor Richard Hunter has officially recognized the a outstanding services of three of the City a police officers whose efforts were key to a successful murder conviction. Sgt. Wiliam Eggers sgt. Michael Jackson and pal. Dennis race were singled out for the mayors Praise and each received an official commendation from City Council at the april 16 meeting. The mayor described the officers efficiency at gathering and present evidence As having been a a critical to the cases prosecution., a police efforts had culminated with the april 9 conviction of Roy c. Sebastion for aggravated murder. Inside Page 2. New makers Page 6 and 8.sports Page 11.playhouse review Page 20.happening Spring Forward dusk will fall one hour later april. 26 As the result of Daylight savings time. The time change occurs officially at 2 . On sunday when clocks Are set ahead one hour. By Lee Wilson a James e. Turner is retiring a the press release said when a writer opened his mail last week. So what. That a the question that first raced through this reporters mind. There Are quite a few people in greater Cincinnati with that name. But he read on and discovered that this retiring Man is a very special Jim Turner the reporter remembered his first acquaintance with Jim Turner it came about 26 or 27 years ago when the Village of Blue Ash was incorporated. Turner was a Young and. Well liked assistant principal or something at Sycamore High school at that time. The people of the then tiny Village liked him so much he was a leading vote getter to serve on Blue Ash Village Council. The reporter was assigned to cover the development of the budding Community and. Boy did it develop. In those nights. About As much Village business was transacted in unofficial Coffee sessions at Howard Johnson a near Kenwood mall As in Council Chambers. Those Coffee latches also produced much news about Sycamore s Avia be Stag int cru us if Xin Ioctl of Nim Man up itch a Atni Riih it a a ltd a i a t5.j� �i�9 Mcelwee amp Mcelwee attorneys at Law John l. Mcelwee Mary h. Mcelwee 984-1811 a Domestic relations a personal injury a bankruptcy a wills 9050 Plainfield re. Near Cross county Hwy Eves. % sat. By appointment tors too. As we recall in our conversations with Jim Turner at the time buddy acus coached the football team and Walt Denneker and then Jim Holstein the basketball team. Jim became athletic director in 1956, just about the time the Village and the school District began to grow by leaps and Bounds. There were just four varsity sports then. Now there Are 24 for both boys and girls and 660 youngsters Are competing. Sometime during the reporters six year career at the u. Of Louisville Jim dropped out of political activities. The reporter still kept tabs on Turner acus and Sycamore High though when he recruited Danny Walker a former Star aviator quarterback to do the passing for u of l. For the last 15 years of Jim Turners 25 years As athletic director the reporter has called upon him for info about the she sports programs. During that Quarter of a Century Asad and is 32 years of service to the school District the likeable Jim Turner has made scads of friends. They will Honor him thursday May 7. Its fitting that the committee selected the 7th. That a a Lucky num. Ber and reminds one of How Many touchdowns were scored by the aviators while this Man was directed the. Athletic program. The Jim Turner appreciation dinner will be held at Montgomery business club reservations May be made by dealing 791-4848. Although he will be honoured primarily for his work in directing a Fine and competitive athletic program he also should be honoured for spending hours and hours of his off duty time to help Start the fantastic growth of Blue Ash a Village of about 3,500 people which has become a City now. Blue Ash is on solid ground with a great balance in residential and Industrial growth. Lawmaking in those Early Days was done by a people like the villages first mayor Frank Ferris and Jim Turner one of the first councilmen. Roadwork tops Silverton fist Silverton officials have earmarked $80,000 of the City a $110,000 capital improvement budget for 1981 for Street repairs and Road resurfacing. Also included on the project list approved by. Council this month Are sewer repairs on Placid place and a Road repair work on Oak and Simpson Highland and Quot Oak. Council also approved a. Motion authorizing the City Engineer to advertise for bids for repairs to Elwynne drive where some under paving erosion has occurred. Approved for the police department is the Pur Chase of a new patrol car and one radar unit. Service department items Are replacement of the radio Tower on the municipal building and. Purchase of tools. The Tennis and basketball courts in the Silverton Park Are scheduled for resurfacing this year. Also Money has been set aside for Fence painting. James e. 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