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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - August 09, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary Ohio historical society 1932 Velna ave. Columbus Ohio 43211 a ii of a 1 t-2 a cd 7 it a t pm. A. V pc. A s a. It some of our favorite Pels things Are Ducky and Doggie in life land furry friends these pets look like each other s favourites. Pokey the a i mation puts a protective Paw amour to Tom As the two lounge at the Anthony Maloney Home. 8556 Pine re. Smokey relaxes in chair Smokey Joni Frye s dog. 4404 Sycamore rd., looks like he Only needs his smoking jacket and a ropy of the Nett York Timet to Complete this picture of at Home relaxation. A real quicker peanuts the Duck lives in Deer Park and is owned by Mary Feerman 3849 st. Johns Terr. Pet pictures Are featured throughout this week s pages. To place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 4 00 p my monday display advertising is news dial 331-0234 Cincinnati submit ban newspapers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery a Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silvert nne Kenwood Beer Park Rossmoyne Dillon ale Ridgewood Mark. Of no ution integrity vol. Xvii no. 2 13c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday August 9, 1978 begins 12 week intensive traffic study Montgomery getting toes out of traffic 4take me out to the ballgame9 Ina Greene Deerfield rd., and Joe Lynch Tailwind get in the spirit for Montgomery night at riverfront stadium. They Are co chairpersons for the evening thursday aug. 24, for the reds st. Louis cardinals game. The bus leaves Montgomery Square at 7 05 . To get game $4 and bus 12.75 tickets Call Lynch 891-4285, or Greene 891-5942. Tickets Are also available in front of krugers in Montgomery. The event b sponsored by Montgomery Republican club. Life and Hud help \�?Tfind9�?~lost House remember that a a eyesore House at 3732 Odin ave., we ran in this spot last edition Well help is. On the Way. After we called Bill Moses of the local office of housing and Urban development Hud to ask him about the House he traced the four year a sad Story of the abandoned Home. Hud is listed As owner of the House at the Hamilton county auditors office yet the Hud computer had no record of the House when we first contacted the Hud office last week. Some checking by Moses revealed that the House had originally been insured with an cha mortgage loan. There begins huds involvement with the House. The mortgage was held by Mellon National mortgage corp., Cleveland. When the owner defaulted on the loan Mellon went into a foreclosure action four years ago but apparently filed in huds name a a prematurely and without notifying the local Hud office. When Moses checked into the situation for us last week he discovered that Mellon had eases tally a a lost the House in its administrative process. But that has changed now. Mellon will pick up the administrative process that should put the Home into the hands of Hud within about two weeks. Moses said. Within five Days after Hud takes Over the House its representative will Check out the House and make sure it is secured Ander aged for regular grass cuttings he explained. A v then Hud will do one of four things Quot demolish it and sell the vacant lot Quot sell it essentially As it is Quot fully repair it and resell it Quot sell it the City of Cincinnati for its homesteading program. A a by Maureen Hehman As much As Montgomery residents love their City they can hardly escape the obvious Montgomery is essentially a series of Halfacre lots surrounded by highways and superhighway. You Quot can hear the Roar from Cross county Highway 1-71, 1-275, or Montgomery rd., from almost any Point in the City. The growth of Montgomery As a residential Mecca and the growth of suburbs surrounding Montgomery such As Blue Ash Sycamore and Symmes townships has brought with it. A Gigantic traffic Jam. At last wednesday s City Council meeting Montgomery City Council and administration took the first Steps to get their toes out of the Jam. Council hired the firm of Vogt Sage and Pflum recommended by mayor Fred Young to create a comprehensive study and plan of action to solve present and anticipated traffic problems in the City. Its costing the City $9,-900 to buy the traffic study. Councilman Howard Smith said it will Cost Between $1 and $2 million in state and local funds to solve the City a traffic problems particularly along Montgomery re. Councilman Ray Waltham voted against hiring the firm saying he prefers a less expensive less Quot comprehensive study. W a it her pointed out that Vogt Sage and Pflum has already made detailed traffic studies of the downtown area. A Jack Pflum spokesman for the firm said the study would a bring the pieces together a incorporate previous work with new studies into a comprehensive look at the traffic situation in the City. Administrative assistant Phil Herrick told Council the Price the company is charging reflects what he believes is a savings because the firm has done previous traffic studies and is familiar with Montgomery. Pflum said the three stage study to be completed in 12 weeks would study existing and predictable traffic flow in the City taking into account such things As traffic coming from Blue Ash from Cross county Highway and from residential growth in outlying areas. Some of the most sensitive areas such As Montgomery re. Corridor Cooper Remington Pfeiffer and Zig Zag roads will receive special focus he said. This phase of the study will take about 30 Days and will culminate in a Public meeting with Council and cite residents. The second part of the study will be an inventory of Road conditions including such things As pavement condition Width curbing gutters and sidewalks. It will also identify critical intersections such As Weller at Montgomery Pfeiffer at Montgomery Zig Zag at Mitchell farm etc., and made detailed studies of pedestrian and vehicular traffic at these critical intersections. This phase will also take about 30 Days and be followed by a Public meeting. The third phase of the study will be a recommendation for improvements listed in three sets of priorities. The first priority will be Given to projects which need to be done immediately and which can be done without much expense of time or Money Sueh is changing traffic signals signal timing establishing no left turn and no parking areas painting turn lanes. The second priority list will consist of projects which also need doing immediately but because of anticipated delay in getting authorization or work accomplished May take from one to three years a the third list will include suggested Long Range improvements for a 10-year Span such As projects which require widening of roads new traffic lights making Montgomery re. Four lanes at some Points. This phase will also Deal with the problem of proliferating curb cuts on Montgomery rd., with the aim of establishing a policy and guidelines. After these phases Are completed the firm will then make recommendations about seeking funds to pay for costly Street and traffic improvements. Pflum made an Ini continued on Page 2 4 Hail to the chief a eth e chi al Quot is the favorite pet of the Lantry family Jim. Bill and Katheyn Nee rest dr., Blue Ash. A Don t let that innocent look fool y of. Lie s a holy terror. Explains Bill. 4113 Montgomery hdm a phone 531 -0234 news in Brief aim reaches goal on referendum petitions the aim accountability in Madeira group last thursday presented three referendum petitions to Council clerked Hillman. The petition concerning repeal of the half percent income tax increase contains 1,003 names said Bill Cunningham one of aim s leaders the petition concerning the service dept capital improvements contains 969 and the referendum on renovation of the municipal building contains 981, he said. Hillman must report to Madeira City Council within 10 Days about the petitions such As whether or not they appear valid. Council must then decide to either repeal its legislation or what is More Likely turn the petitions Over to the Board of elections for certification of Validity with the likelihood that the referendum questions would appear on this years nov. 7 ballot. If Council takes neither action the aim. Group would have to resort to court action to have the petitions handed Over to the elections Board Cunningham said. Twenty five people circulated the petitions and. Only 22 of the 1,026 asked to sign the income tax referendum refused to sign he added. Noise from Charleys fan still bothers neighbors Charleys crab restaurant has revamped its fan svs tera making it substantially noisier Montgomery building commissioner told City Council at its aug. 2 meeting. He said that if the new system exceeds the code for sound allowance the restaurant could be forced to reduce the fan noise. William Dever of Tollgate ln., whose House is behind the restaurant read a statement to Council describing the a inhuman torture of being subjected to noise from the fan at ail hours. Dever said that an agreement reached last year with the restaurant on noise abatement has not been followed. The problem of noise emanating from Charleys into the adjacent residences is of about Tive years duration. Administrative assistant Phil Herrick said he has written a letter to Charleys management asking their help in reducing the fan noise. A Council member described the Devers As a Long the Devers Are discouraged and believe they have been a getting the run around Quot Dever told Council. Bee keepers asked to Clear hives by nov. 30 Montgomery mayor Fred Young announced at the aug. 2 City Council meeting that letters have been sent to All Bee keepers five in the City asking them to dispose of their Bee hives by nov. 30. The question of whether Bee keeping should be allowed in the City has been discussed during recent months in Montgomery and the City a decision is that Bee keeping is not permitted under Section 151.20 of its zoning code which regulates residence a uses. Such Agrie of Ian Herrick explained later. At least one Bee keeper Ken Heffner told Council he will not comply with this directive. A a in a one of those abominable Bee keepers a he said and then told Council he would ignore the letter and would pursue the matter through the highest court. He said he does not believe Bee keeping is prohibited by Montgomery code. It Uch a agricultural pursuits As Bee keeping require five acres of land or More administrative assistant Phil animal welfare league an adoption Agency Agency for cats and do every pampered pet by Kim Feil the league for animal welfare is like an adoption 1 dogs. .1 at the shelter has a name and a concerned league member trying to find it a Home. The league a non profit organization founded .29 years ago by the late Victor and Gertrude Coles of Cincinnati now has a membership of Over 900 across the country. An Active Board of directors and league committees arrange adoptions and publicize proper care of pets particularly spaying and neutering explained Susie Mehas a resident of a Gomery i of thex eague. The shelter located in Withamsville houses 50 cats and 25 dogs at a Cost of $1,000 a month. No animals Are put to sleep and the successful adoption program places approximately 200 pets in Homes each year said Mehas. A most of the animals we have at the shelter have very sad backgrounds a she said. Because of the Shor Tage of space at the facility emergency cases get first priority. The league also tries to find Foster Homes for temporary placement if there is no room at the shelter particularly for pregnant animals that require More medical attention explained Mehas. Squeak. The office Mascot cat was found in a blizzard last Winter with a broken leg. The leg had to be amputated but squeak is surprisingly agile despite her injury pointed out Mehas As she fondled the cat. Montgomery and member another dog found caught in a leg hold trap is now housed with other Happy residents of the shelter like 14-year-Oid Tiger. One of the shelter dogs was recently placed As a Mascot for a nursing Home. A we rehabilitate and name them a said Mehas As she introduced sister cats with allergies in one of the nurseries. The league says or neuters each one of its charges As Well As gives them All necessary shots before they Are adopted. A in the summer we get Calls for about 500 Kittens a week. We can to take them All a said Mehas since the Agency is nonprofit. They ask Only a donation when a pet is adopted. The donation helps cover the spaying neutering and medical costs for the animals. If a pet is too Young to have the operation the league has arranged to have the operation done later at a lower rate for the adoptive parents. A we like to see where they Are going and we suggest that they be kept inside for 2 weeks to become acclimated to their new surroundings a said Mehas. Mehas also suggests that pet owners with Kittens or puppies not advertise them for free. A just ask. Something for them and they will find an owner who really cares about having a she cited incidents of one Man picking up free Kittens and feeding them to his Boa Constrictor. Another used them to train dogs for dog fighting. Someone from the league is always at the phone to answer questions and Aid in emergencies. The number is 662-5458. Life area residents Thelma and Harvey Hammer serve on the fund raising committee for the league. Carol Wilson and and mrs. Harold Hogue Are also members. Pet me please Susie Mehas Secretary of the Board of directors for the league for animal welfare knows All the animals at the shelter by name. This dog Mickle was found living Semi wild in Burnett Woods. Now says Mehas she is just shy and loveable. We buy a a Jim or s diamonds and Diamond estates from y 0v Cuan wic Scocia Mats 100 to 100,000 in cd Trio Nat the Quot a arts cur Call for appt. 321-5100 791-0793 201 a Mattson Road

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