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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - August 06, 1980, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary Ohio Hia Tori Oft society v s. Ohio 4?211 let ague ate u .3. Pq5140e a i c i we i Busy i of i 5 p e 3 i t no. 9559 to place a classified and Call 7317170 by 3 00 . Monday display advertising amp news Call 531 0234 circulation 7314200 finishes one two Betsy Weller senior Bine Dolphin placed first in the 50 and 100 meter freestyle and second in the 400 meter freestyle during the most recent meet at Powel Crowley Myca Story Page 9j. News Bra eds Dot taking bids on Montgomery repairs the Ohio dept of transportation Dot will open bids aug ,. "26 for. Resurfacing and related work on 6,64 Miles of Montgomery read in Sycamore township Madeira and Montgomery. The $684,000 improvements will be financed by Federal Aid primary Road program Montgomery and Dot funds. The project will extend from Silverton a East corporation line to the Montgomery North corporation line. Resurfacing plans include pavement and shoulders and Calls for pavement and pavement joint repair prior to resurfacing. Traffic will be maintained during construction. Estimated completion Date is june 30, 1981. Development Bonds May Aid new restaurant in Kenwood a Quot ground round franchise restaurant will Likely be constructed soon in Kenwood near Madeira following tentative approval by Hamilton county commissioners of a proposal made july 29 by . Group concerning use of $850 ,0001 in Ohio Industrial development Bonds. The tax free Low interest Bonds would go toward construction of the restaurant at Montgomery and Hosbrook roads if the Bonds Are eventually issued. Following preliminary approval by the commissioners tor Reni Crup of greater Cincinnati for further review. The restaurant is said to be replacing a run Down building across from Whitehall office Park forty new jobs with a payroll of $350,000 would be created by the restaurant. Low bids stall decision on Sycamore twp. Lot Sale a bids were Quot lower than expected on a triangular piece of property at Galbraith and Montgomery roads in Sycamore township Hamilton county commissioners spokesman Jeff Corcoran reported last week and the commissioners deferred action on the bids received until this week. The land parcel consisting of 0.331. Acres is located behind Gilligan funeral Home and has limited frontage on Galbraith Road. At. Present the parcel is a vacant lot. A bid of $11,000 from attorney Nicholas a. Perrino 9331 win ton rd., it. Healthy was the highest received for the parcel Corcoran said the commissioners May not decide to accept Ray of the bids but that no Dato had. Been set Quot for a final decision of the matter. Amberley gets Cable payment Amberley Village received its first by annual franchise fee payment aug., 1 of $ 2,202,.72 from Warner Annex Cable corp. The Cable system officially was turned on in Amberley Jan. 25, 1980. But according to Village manager Bernard Bor Aten that amount reflects Only about 60-70 percent of what the Village can expect to receive of be All area customers have their service installed. Boraten a said the Village has not yet determined How the Money will be used. The next payment is expected in january 1981. Inside Ide a if pages 8 and 9.swimming, big news in sports Page alive and Well Page 12.norma Cooks with eggs Page 13.night beat says a a dressed to kill runs out of Gas Cincinnati us Bimbane newspapers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village a Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge a Brecon Kennedy Heigh my Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne a Dill Twale Ridgewood mfg a of Oncu Stion integrity vol. Xxx no. 2 20c Cincinnati or 10, wednesday August 6, 1980 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 master contract expires with both sides firm Sycamore Board teachers disagree by Deborah Kopka negotiations Between the Sycamore education association sea bar Quot Quot gaining unit for the school districts teachers and the Sycamore school Board have reached an impasse. And it does no to appear that the deadlock soon will be broken. Quot this Spring the sea agreed to begin yearly contract talks after the 6.9 Mill Levy election april 24. The Campaign and subsequent passage were victories for the District which encompasses Montgomery Blue Ash and portions of Sycamore and Symmes townships. Sea president Rick Smith says he feels the teachers were instrumental in the Levy passage and that they now should be treated with More dignity at the bargaining table. A this is Sycamore s first year under a master contract which requires final agreement Between both parties. Smith said after several attempts to schedule negotiating meetings Between the school Board and the sea a meeting finally was arranged May 16 where a we got a last final and Best offer with no negotiations of a 12 percent pay raise 86-15 Blue Cross and Blue shield coverage and the 12 percent retroactive increase for the 25 Days at the end of last school year. The retroactive increase Smith added would have averaged More than $269 per teach a for most. Starting friary would have gone up to $12,000 with a maximum salary of $26,802. Bob Buster director of employee relations and communications for the school Board said that Sycamore teachers received a seven percent increase in 1979. He added that the offered 86-15 Blue Cross and Blue shield coverage added up to More Dollar coverage than under the old contract. The Beard s contract offer in May Buster said was Given with the specific stipulation that the sea not take the 12 percent hike As a continued on Page 4 on the Rise in Montgomery ground was broken monday afternoon for a $4.5 million three Story office Bolding in Montgomery. Built by the Northstar co. And called Montgomery 22, the building will be located near the Southeast Corner of Montgomery and Weller Rands. When Complete the office area will total 57,000 Square feet. A a Aranove Fox construction of the office building was won in the courts Over the objection of Montgomery officials who have adopted a land use study for the Northern area of the Day that contends it should be developed for residential rather than office uses cases involving other land owners and Montgomery Are still in litigation. Local county officials meet cd funds quandary far from Over by Perry Cooper representatives of local communities attending a july 31 meeting with Hamilton county commissioners and Community development cd officials expressed varying reactions to the results but All agreed that the Issue is far from settled. County cd director James Lowry arranged the meeting at. The direction of the commissioners earlier this month after the county failed to receive $5 million in cd funds that were supposed to be released july 1 to Hamilton county by the dept of housing and Urban development Hud. A regional Hud official in Columbus sent the county a list of five conditions that the county was ordered to fulfil before any Money was released. Complaints from commissioners and Community representatives prompted a july 28 meeting in Washington do with Robert c. Embry jr., assistant Secretary for Community planning and development. Lowry and other county representatives returned from the meeting in the nations capital with renewed Hope that a Compromise with the regional office May be worked out. At the july 31 meeting Lowry detailed this situation for the Community spokesmen and gave them a Chance to voice their opinions. He also handed out questionnaires which he asked the representatives to return to him by aug. 7. The five conditions imposed by Hud july 1 Deal largely with construction of subsidized housing for Low income families and the elderly of which there is not enough in the county according to Hud. The trip to Washington Lowry reported was successful not Only in that it allowed county officials to protest that some of the conditions were unreasonable to a High ranking official it also created an understanding that Hud is a willing to listen to alternate methods of implementing subsidized housing a Lowry said. A the Secretary Embry showed a willingness to de Emph a size construe lion As a Means of achieving that a Lowry added. Marvin Thompson Deputy City manager for Blue Ash said that the City he represents is already complying with huds directive toward the creation of Low income Public housing. A a we be signed an agreement with. Cincinnati metro housing for 16 one family houses in the Hazelwood project a he reported noting that that project is now stalled because the Money needed for its completion is part of the $5 million in cd funds now being withheld by Hud. Thompson said that the county a action in. Holding the july 31 meeting was commendable. A a it was an appropriate approach for the county to he said. Quot it showed they were interested in what the municipal governments had to Deer Park mayor Francis Healy also attended but said there was Little that his Day could do to assist in alleviating the current deadlock Between the county and Hud. A this is a Small Community of 2,600 housing units a he observed a and i done to see where we fit in. We have no vacant property on which to construct Public housing. We a re landlocked. A Healy said that at the meeting last week it was suggested that rehabilitated housing could be substituted for con continued on Page 4 Warner pedestals offend Crosier Lane residents by Deborah Kopka Warner amex Cable corp. Has stopped construction on Crosier Lane in Blue Ash until an agreement can be reached with area residents Over placement of pedestals Tese Are Box like enclosures which House amplifiers and. Taps electronic interruptions in the lines that allow for signals to reach customers houses. Crosier Lane resident Jan Shaffer said six of the Quot Green pedestals were placed above ground in front Yards on her Side of the Street when construction began july 30. Area residents feel that the boxes Are in aesthete As Well As a potential safety Hazard. All utilities in that ground. Area Are under Shaffer said homeowners were not notified that construction was to begin but did receive a letter from Warner july 31 which apologized for the inconvenience. Residents want the boxes permanently removed. Shaffer also said that three driveways have buckled As a result of the construction. She added that Sony residents say they will cancel their orders for Cable if the boxes Are not removed. Blue Ash Deputy City manager Marvin Thompson said that in a meeting aug. 4, Warner was presented with three alternatives put the boxes underground put them in the backyards of property owners or remove the boxes altogether. Tom Keam assistant Day manager reported that As a result of that meeting he forwarded a Tetter to Warner requesting that All underground Cable construction be halted and the boxes removed until the Issue is resolved. Keam said however that if another Blue Ash sub division had no objection to the pedestals Warner could proceed with construction. Bob Towe Vire president for Warner amex said that construction on Crosier was stopped and the area cleaned up immediately after the company was informed july 31 of area residents dissatisfaction with the pedestals. He added that any damage done to property will be repaired to residents satisfaction. Towe said that the company was following City easement lines which Are established for utilities and was proceeding with Normal construction. While he said that Warner. Cannot put the electronics underground he asserted that it is constantly examining other enclosures for underground use although those now Avail Able a a done to take in. The kind of technology we the company however had different types of pedestals flown in to examine their usefulness and practicality in the Blue Ash area. Towe said that the boxes now Only contain cables coming up from the ground. They will be put Back into the ground when the boxes Are removed. Pleasant Ridge extends tree planting project my Rrt Quot a 7999 a two to it my ago Mcelwee amp Mcelwee attorneys at Law John l. Me al wee Mary h. Mcelwee984-1811 a Domestic relations a personal injury a bankruptcy a wills Ereal estate a Small business 9060 Plainfield re. Nor croat county Hwy. Eva. Amp sat. By appointment pleasant Ridge again will use funds from the philanthropic Mott foundation and Matching funds from area businesses to Plant and maintain Trees along Montgomery re. Last year the Community purchased 20 Trees through the greater Cincinnati tree Council with Mott funds which Are awarded to several Quot communities to be used for purposes approved by a citizens committee in the area. Pleasant Ridge also Silver mrs t off Tinc wet buy Cash payment Jed s Market at the Comer of f0kst to Wiliam s Mil in my Moon received Matching contributions from area businesses to help professionally Plant the Trees and establish a Long term maintenance account. Last year according to Steve st amp fort Cincinnati Urban forester consultant to the Park Board residents planted Trees on both sides of Montgomery Road from. Ridge to Losantiville. This year residents want to continue planting South on Montgomery. Stanfort said 16-20 Trees will be ordered later this summer and will be delivered around nov. 1. He said thornless Honey locusts most Likely will be ordered because their trunks when full grown do not interfere with Central Utility wires. Kenwood Silverton same Day service a i York s Sherton lab outlet a on most prescriptions amp re stairs Eye exams by appointment. 891-2020 a conf to or optometrist v \\6924 Plainfield re. Cintli. Ohio 45236 /

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