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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - April 26, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioProposal makes Street through Way Silverton residents to have say on Stoll in. Silverton residents will be Given a Chance to voice opinions on the proposal that will make Stoll in. A through Street and allow four Homes to be built on the lot that now separates the two sections of the Street. City solicitor John Armstrong told Council at its april 20 meeting that a variance had been requested that would be turned Over to the zoning Board of appeals and that the Board would set a Public hearing. The City May be liable for pothole damage Armstrong said. Cities formerly were immune to Law suits of this kind under the doctrine of a Sovereign immunity but recent court decisions have attributed some liability to cities if there is awareness of the damage Armstrong said. Silverton is being sued for $164.50 in Auto damages from a pothole incident on Montgomery re in an interview later Armstrong said the City is trying to Settle out of court h i 11 carry radio bul May not be Able to. By posting a sign at dangerous Points telling Drivers to proceed at their own risk the City could protect itself against additional Law suits Armstrong told Council. Fredrick Fey 18, 4118 Sidley ave., and a juvenile were convicted of criminal damaging and Petty theft in the Silverton Pool robbery. Thestle proper to was recovered. The $100 Reward offered by a concerned resident for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the robbers did not play a part in the arrest according to police chief Kenneth Dye. Council voted to donate $1000 to the Sycamore senior Center for one year beginning in May As an emergency measure Silverton City Council passed a new zoning code at its april 20 meeting. The changes will facilitate the downtown revitalization project and establishes commercial and office zones in the area City solicitor Armstrong said in an interview later. No Public hearing is required since the ordinance was an emergency Armstrong told suburban life. The final disposition in the Silverton civil rights Law suit that began four years ago was announced at the meeting. The Federal court has officially handed Down the ruling requiring mayor Richard Benken and City clerk Bernard Pohlman to pay $500 each to plaintiff Perry love. The rung declared that the City owes love $4084.84 in Back wages and $3500 in attorney fees. Armstrong is checking into possible Sale of City land. Burke electric co. Wants to Purchase City owned land adjacent to the City garage. The week of May 18 has been declared a youth in government week in Silverton. The activities Are sponsored by the Silverton Ken Wood Madeira kiwanis club. Madeira Park to have Security guard again by Carol Render Madeira City Park will have a Security guard for the second summer in a Row. Itt service industries will provide the guard at a salary of $4.40 per hour according to an ordinance passed at Madeira City Council apr. 17. Since there was a question about the effectiveness a p wished last summer the ordinance stipulates that the Sard will be changed if und inadequate. The guard will carry a radio for communicating with the police. Counci member Mary Anne Christie cautioned that Council should examine the need for a Park Mili. Sample store sportswear n socks factory outlet Wjk shr a. A Jurij save 40-50% regular retail prices what makes our prices so Low Are a True factory outlet Selling Quality sportswear and socks for men and women at near wholesale prices tryout open 7 Days mon sat 10-5 Sun 12-5 10600 Chester Woodlawn 771-5798 st guard each year rather than making it an automatic budget item. The need for Park Security emerged from a poll of Madeira residents about Park needs last year. In other legislative matters Council a heard the second Reading of the ordinance making owners responsible for disturbances created by their animals a passed an ordinance making Sharon Kneidl Marti Hall Jane Pirman and Beverly Burris Deputy treasurers to fill the position designed by Kay Walker under state Law anyone collecting City monies in the absence of the clerk treasurer must be made a Deputy a passed an ordinance bringing the City a Holiday provisions in line with the civil service commissions regulations a awarded Valley Asphalt a contract for supplying the City with bituminous materials $15 per ton for Asphalt Concrete Type 404 and $15.50 per ton for Asphalt Concrete Sand mix a agreed to Purchase a dump truck at tri state Ford truck sales for $9,426 with a $3,000 Trade in allowance a made a quarterly amendment in the City a appropriations transferring a total of $44,127 into various accounts to cover expenditures during the last few months a overtime ice and Snow removal and the pay increase granted at the last Council meeting. Phi Beta for 9 area us students eight juniors and 67 Seniora in Uchs College a of arts and sciences Nave been elected to Phi Beta Kappa the National Honor society recognizing out a i a n d i n g a c a d e m i c achievement. Area students include juniors Janice Haverkamp Orchard in. And Dennis Lapp Westover Cir seniors Frank j. Aiders Lyndon Center it. Elisha Ayers main st. Kevin Gutzwiller Kennedy in Dennis Harrington Esther in. Susan Macintyre Iris ave. Thomas mailman know wind or. Terry Schneider mans Whitetree Cir. News in Brief deadlock on Bill Knapp Appeal Breaks tomorrow by Gail Jordan a final decision on appealing the Bill. Knapp s zoning Case should come at tomorrow nights Blue Ash Council meeting. Last Weet the Council deadlocked on whether or not to Appeal the Couit ruling that would allow a Bill Knapp s restaurant to be constructed on Pfeiffer re. At 1-71. Across from ramada inn. Charles Procter holds the deciding vote. He abstained last week saying be needed More time to study the idea. Voting to Appeal last week were Council members Stephanie Stoller. Donald Biedermann and Curtis Battle. A a not votes came from councilman Raymond Macnab Robert Schueler and mayor Paul Mckinney. Area residents encouraged the Council to Appeal the decision. A i want to commend you for the determination in the Bill Knapp a zoning Case and i Hope you continue to fight and Appeal a said Charles Steiner 5230 Pfeiffer re. Judge Rupert Doan decided in favor of the zone change saying the proposed restaurant would be compatible with the commercial development across the Street the ramada inn and Gas station. Blue Ash contended in its suit that it would be a detriment to the surrounding residential area. So far Blue Ash has spent Between $10 and $11,000 in Legal fees court and witness costs said City solicitor Robert Mcconaughy. An Appeal would Coet Between $100 and $3,500, he said. In a related action Council passed an ordinance authorizing payment for time and travel expenses for the expert witnesses in the Case. Harland Bartholomew and Assoc., planners will receive $2,153.62 and e. Pike Levine and Assoc., real estate appraisers will be paid $1,312.50. Gantz apartment proposal withdrawn for Sycamore the request Fot a zone change that would have permitted development of a proposed 528 unit apartment Complex in Northern Sycamore township was withdrawn last week. The letter withdrawing the plan was Given by the developers David Gantz and his Brothers to Donald Rolf jr., their attorney wednesday night. Rolf presented the letter to the Rural zoning commission thursday morning just before the scheduled meeting. The commission was to decide on the plan at the meeting. Opposition to the plan had been building and included Sycamore township trustees the Kenwood farms civic association and the Hamilton county Park Board. A possible change in the character of the neighbourhood and the possible effect on Sharon Woods Lake by the planned private treatment Plant were the major reasons cited for opposing the plan. Last month the regional planning commission recommended against the plan to the Hamilton co. Commissioners. Under the present a-2 zoning the developers could build a Complex of about 285 units through a Community unit plan. A the developers will probably look at this next a said Rolf a they want to keep the property in the family and do not want to sell it off m a we have won this one a said a spokesman from the Kenwood farms civic Assoc. He said the association would wait to see any other plans before deciding if they will oppose them or not. Drinking arrests in Madeira in. Madeira a total of seven persons and two drinking establishments were cited for liquor related offences Over the weekend. Madeira police saturday charged the wine cellar 9670 Camargo rd., with two counts and Nile Hayes cafe 8015 Euclid ave. For one count of Selling liquor to someone under the age of 21. The cases Wilt be brought before the liquor Board which could impose a Fine or close the establishments for a time. Four people were charged with underage Purchase of liquor at the wine cellar. The person cited for the same offence at the Niles Hayes cafe was also charged with driving while intoxicated. A passenger in the car was charged with Misdemeanour drug abuse police said. Donald Welage 27, 4444 Plainville re. Was arrested at 4 30 . As he sat in his jeep at 6801 Shawnee run re. He was charged with Public intoxication trespassing and Possession of marijuana. Police said they Thoi ight Welage lost his Way Home and pulled into the driveway by mistake. The Rev. Carlton k. Cambie pastor of the All saints episcopal Church pleasant Ridge has been elected second vice president of the Southwest Ohio lung , april 26, 1978-suburban life 3 super special save 10.00 "$30 permanent now Only $20 haircut included Apple pectin or lanolin Bath sorry Golden Buckeye discount not applicable to this offer. Libby s of Loveland 200 w. Loveland ave Loveland 683 1479 Libby s curly Comer 1608 st. It. 28 Loveland 625-5253 Libby s contemporary hair design 9346 main Montgomery 984-4664 Golden Buckeye 20% discount via Spring Sale Deer Park oks county Deal with Penn Central the Deer Park Board of education approved a settlement maae by the Hamilton county budget commission regarding Back taxes owed to the Board by the bankrupt Penn Central Railroad at the april meeting. Under the agreement Penn Central will pay 44% of the debt in Cash with the remaining 56% to be paid Over several years with interest. The amount now owed to Deer Park schools is approximately $26,000. The latest proposal by the Railroad Woula mean a Federal government under the Ceta program. A renewed the contract with wet for instructional television services for next school year the school District also receives other services including a voting membership on the curriculum advisory committee of wet. Dap glazing compound 9 Dap caulking a pints 33 white.53 a pints 1012 gray.53 pints. .95 pints.95� quarts .1.59 quarts .1.59 Gallons. 5.3t Gallons.5.37 butyl flex. 1.39 acrylic. .1.37 architectural. 76 panel adhesive. .138 Kwik Seal. ,.jl�1s Cement Patch a. I As painters caulk. Black Lite. Gutter sealer. Rely on. A amp a Glass 5001 Reading re. 242-7373 ask for Bob Mathis total of $5.5 million dollars in Back property taxes for various Hamilton co. Towns cities and school districts. Penn Central owes Back taxes for the period from. July 1969, to dec., 1976. A majority of taxing political units must approve the settlement plan before it can be implemented in other action the Board recommended adoption of new textbooks for the High school business department for the 1978-79 school year. The books business mayhem at is or f u n. A Menta is of Selling a a applied business Law a and a Century 21 accounting a will be available for examination in the Board of education office until the May Board meeting. Final adoption will be enacted at that time. A agreed to hire Judith Taylor As. Office assistant at the High school under the. Fed eral co in p i y e education and training Ceta program. Ail wages and fringe benefits Wilt be reimbursed by the chairs chairs save on every style a one Auto or Complete Auto a conditioning Check a Check system for leaks a tighten All fittings a clean condenser a Check Belt tension a partial charge system a Check sight Glass for charge Only $ 1 2��15 e. 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