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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - August 23, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioNews in Brief 4mr. Banker9 and his mrs. Mrs. Thomas f. Behrens smiles proudly As she joins her a emr. Banker husband at his 60th anniversary dinner at the Hyde Park country club. The couple will celebrate their 55th wedding anniversary aug. 29. Mrs. Behrens the former Edith Adams taught in the primary grades mostly first Grade for 42 years. The dinner Celebration marked 64 years in the banking business for Behrens president of citizens state Bank of Silverton. More pictures elsewhere this Issue files suit against three Madeira ordinances accountability in Madiera has formally filed suit against the City of Madeira to have three ordinances declared illegal said William Cunningham a Twomey for . Judge Kraft has been put on the Case to determine if the three ordinances the Park project construction of a service building and administration building remodelling Are Legal. Aim sued on the grounds that the City used illegal procedure in passing the ordinances in Council. On the Park project Council did not have the Park area approved by the planning commission As required under state statute 71302, said Cunningham. The tax ordinance which approves a i increase in the earnings tax is also under dispute. The ordinance does not include the old ordinance with the new amendments As required said Cunningham. The title of the ordinance is also unclear and not in conjunction with the body of the report he added. Judge Kraft recommended the two groups meet to discuss the suit and a meeting has been set for tomorrow said Cunningham. A we Hope we will Settle the Case by having it put on be ballot. That a our goal a he said. Improvement plans in works for Sycamore and Hazelwood architect Paul Heno of Henn architects has been chosen to draw up plans for the renovation of the Sycamore senior adult Multi service Center and design the Hazelwood civic Center in Blue Ash. Blue Ash City Council approved an ordinance authorizing Henn s professional services in drawing up the plans for the two centers at last thursdays Council meeting. Henn was selected by a committee of Marvin Thompson Deputy City manager Robert Logan Sycamore senior Center director and Clinton Robert president of the Board of the senior Center. Both developments Are being funded through Federal Community development Block Grants. The Sycamore senior Center Grant totals $400,000 Over a two year period. This year $200,000 will be used for buying the property and for starting renovation next year $200,000 will be used for construction of an addition doubling the present space said Thompson. The Center located at 4131 Cooper rd., in one of the oldest historic buildings in Blue Ash serves All of Northwest Hamilton county. Five communities joined together to apply for the Grant Blue Ash Deer Park Sharonville Montgomery and Sycamore township Thompson said. For the Hazelwood civic Center totals $70,000. The Center should be completed by the end of the year Thompson said. Lighting petition determined invalid in Sycamore twp. A petition for a lighting District on merry maker in. And frolic dr., Sycamore twp., was determined invalid by Sycamore Board of trustees at its aug. 17 meeting. An attorney for a group of area residents who oppose the lighting District pointed out to trustees that five petitioners had withdrawn their names reducing the required 15 signatures to Only 10. Trustee Jim Bechtold agreed that the withdrawal of the names invalidates the petition but he urged residents who still want the lighting District to submit a petition for a scaled Down lighting plan. Attorney Richard Katz represented 14 area residents who opposed the lighting plan at the aug. 17 meeting. Action to be taken soon on Odin ave. Property the property at 3732 Odin ave. Has been formally transferred to its rightful owner the department of housing and Urban development Hudband within a few weeks they will determine whether to rehabilitate raze or sell it reported David Mann Cincinnati councilman. The director of Hud found that the title to the property had not been properly conveyed from the Fellon mortgage co. Ana was essentially the building has since been barricaded and the trash and rubbish in the Yard has been referred to the environmental Rescue corps. Inside off facing the pain of a son or daughter s death Page 4. A physical handicaps done to deter River adventurers Page 2. A news from Silverton an Amberley councils Page 3. A Kenwood swimmers take country club Crown from Hyde Park Page 8. A Church wedding and engagement news Page 6. Special news Section inside Library Ohio historical society 1932 a slam ave. Colu Rabus Ohio 43211 a ii , to Tail spa id a a a or inn a for whom the school Bell tolls to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 4 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 Cincinnati Subt ban newspapers inc. Blue Ash a Montgomery a Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne i Lionvale Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity vol. Xvii no. 4 15c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday August 23, 1978 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 at Blue Ash City Council fall hearing Date set for re plans by Gail Jordan the camping season will nearly be Over and Many recreational vehicle owners will be putting their rvs in Moth balls for the Winter when the Public hearing on two versions of a proposed ordinance on re parking comes before Blue Ash City Council. The hearing Date of oct. 19 was set by Council thursday night. One ordinance 78-95, was drawn up by a steering committee of re owners and the other 78-%, was written by City manager Victor Suhm and Robert Mcconaughy City solicitor. The major difference is in bearing complaints about re parking. The re owners say a three member Board including one re owner and one Coaneri member should Bear complaints while City officials contend this is the Job of the City zoning appeals Board. One More Lime for Giuntoli permit coming up sept. 21 is the second Public nearing on the special permit for a Nursery school at the old Newman Center on Cooper re. Council rejected the first request by us psychologist Dorothy Giuntoli last month by a 3-3 vote. Council woman Stephanie Stoller was not at the meeting when the original vote was taken. Hers was the deciding vote on setting the Public hearing Date. Or. Gun Itolia a second request to the planning commission spelled out restrictions and plans More clearly said councilman Robert Macnab a planning pm Mission member. According to Macnab or. Giuntoli told the planning commission that the driveway to the property would be widened. The restrictions on the opera Tion include opening Only during daytime hours of 7 30 . To 5 30 . And no More than 29 children at a time. One neighbor has complained about potential traffic problems on Cooper re. As parents drop off and retrieve their children at the Nursery school. Or. Giuntoli presently operates a Nursery school at 4331 Cornell re. She has said this Center will close if the special permit is approved. Council turned Down a special permit request by new life for girls earlier this year to operate at the Newman Center site. Other Council action approved an ordinance authorizing architect Paul Henn to draw plans for the renovation of the Sycamore senior Center and the Hazelwood civic Center. A approved an ordinance for an easement for Cincin cheery new season Sycamore High cheerleaders have been preparing for the 1978 football season set to open Fri. Sept. I when the aviators Welcome the Wyoming cowboys. Shown Are senior members of this years squad from left Donna Pione. Kim Lane. Kim Young and Kim Stewart. Absent from picture Tama Kirby. Nati Gas and electric co. To construct temporary above and lines for electricity the municipal Golf course maintenance building. The electrical lines frill run underground Whin the Golf course and but tight Robin of housing development Are Complete Marvin Thompson assistant City manager said. A Grant cd amp a an ease ment to place additional lights in Malsbary Park parking lot. Authorized bids for a recorder to log All City police Calls. The estimated Cost is $5,000, said Thompson. V a accepted Economy Chevrolet s bid for a new olice car. The 1918 Verolet Malibu will Cost $3,300. In Sycamore area life squad seeks funds to become paramedic by Maureen Lehman Blue Ash Montgomery life squad officials want to hire professionals 6 .-6 . To add to their Volunteer staff train squad members to be paramedics and provide a run Money of Between $6 and $10 for Volunteer members. Squad members Are presently emergency \ medical personnel. In order to fund these improvements keep up with inflationary costs for equipment and adhere to government regulations the to the Rescue Indian Hill students will have the Opportunity this fall to learn emergency Rescue skills in a new course taught by Carol Wehman a certified car instructor and physical education teacher. Karen cant Mel left and Debbie Conlon practice Mouth to a ouch resuscitation and Chest compression on a car Mani a mannequin which stimulates cardiac arrest symptoms. See Story in special school Section squad is asking Sycamore top. Trustees to submit a 1 Mill Levy to voters on the nov. Ballot which would provide about two thirds of the operating costs of the squad. The City of Blue Ash has agreed to fund the remaining one third of operating costs explained township trustee Jim Bechtold who said discussions about maintaining and up Kading the squad have men going on for some time. If the revamped life squad becomes a reality it would drop service to Woodlawn and Glendale when contracts expire and would limit its service to the City of Montgomery and Blue Ash and township areas of Kenwood and the county North of Montgomery and Blue Ash As Well As a portion of the twp. On Reading re. At the Carousel Motel and Canterbury gardens apartments. The revamped life squad would service about half of the unincorporated areas of Sycamore twp. And the Levy would Only appear on the ballot in these areas. Conversion to a paramedic team would take place Over a three year time period. Bechtold said that even if a paramedic team is formed at Bethesda North Hospital the Blue Ash Montgomery life squad paramedic team would perform a valuable service since the Hospital team would have to cover a very Large area. Exact budget figures could not be obtained before press Lime by rough figures for the revamped life squad Are $ i i 0.000 operating costs for the Start up year increasing to about $200,-000 yearly Over a five year Silverton gets si00,000 for parking lot county administered fed eral Community development funds have been granted to the City of Silverton for the third year $100,000 to help pay for acquisition of a downtown parking lot on Silverton ave., behind properties on Plainfield and Montgomery roads. The lot is a Central aspect of the City a revitalization efforts. Montgomery break in an undetermined amount of property was taken from the Montgomery Home of Jimmy Simpson 601 Shakertown it. Sometime Between aug. 15 and 16, Montgomery police said. Simpson told police he was out of town when the break in occurred. Police said the basement window was forced open. Period. Trustees Are proceeding t he p by to p the nov. Ballot which must of with the paper to necessary to put the Levy on be filed by sept. 8, Bechtold said. A Levy for police services in Sycamore twp. Will also appear on the nov. Ballot. A big Bucks discussed at i it meeting a meeting will he held monday aug. 28,7 30p.m. At Blue Ash municipal building 4343 Cooper rd., to inform area residents of Hamilton county about plans for Federal Community development cd funds. Millions of dollars in cd funds Are distributed to local communities yearly for such projects As storm sewers in Sycamore twp. Add downtown revitalization in Silverton. The Blue Ash hearing is one of four scheduled throughout the county. Remodelling slated for twp. Hall Sycamore township half %10 Kenwood rd., will be getting a tace lift including a second floor of office space soon after bid Sale opened for the construction work ahead. Township superintendent Harry Jahnigen exhibited his Plana for the additions Ana remodelling to the trustees at their aug. 17 meeting. A new second floor with colonial roof cupola and an accompanying weather vane will be the obvious additions residents can expect to see some time next year. Sycamore trustees voted thursday to open bids for the work by sept. 21. Priscilla Faux it Downing around for halloween in August at cant stepping stones where she is a Volunteer. Stepping stones volunteers love and skill Combine by Kim Feil today is the last Day for summer sessions at Camp stepping stones Center for the handicapped but the end of a Camp does not end the enthusiasm campers and volunteers have for the program and Many Are planning to return for the Winter. As it says in a quote by John Ruskin posted on the volunteers bulletin Board a when love and skill work together expect a a Day at Camp ing stones 5650 Iven rtf., is that master piece the Camp is divided into a a Mem units with Bug names such As dragon Fly Beetle and Bumble Bee. Each unit has campers with similar interests Ages and capabilities. A trip to Kings Island an Art show and special fourth of july Celebration Are activities that keep volunteers Busy along with Normal Days that include boating swimming games arts and crafts and other special events. Aug. 9 was halloween in August at the Camp and witches Farmers ghosts and cowboys paraded from unit to unit trick or treating. Priscilla Faux a Junior at Madeira High school and Art directors assistant at the Camp was preparing her Clown costume for the Day. A a it a a big letdown when Camp is Over. During Camp in a Busy but its not really work it s fun a she said. She has worked at the Camp for two full years in both the summer and Winter program and usually does whatever is needed in any area. She is a bus Counselor and has to a keep everyone from picking on each other a besides the a Bear hugs and five minute kisses a Priscilla likes to a see the kids try at something and finally succeed a in the arts and crafts program she and the director organize projects that develop the campers sensitivity. Once they Hung different textured objects from the ceiling and let the kids Bat at them feeling them and experiencing different tactile sensations she explained. A one Day i came Home covered with shaving Cream a she said and on her birthday july 5, Priscilla brought cakes and the kids decorated them. A it really is a great place. There is so much love working with the kids a said Jane Davison 8100 Buckingham a. Jane works in the teens Fly unit of infants up to five years old. She has been working we buy diamonds and Diamond estates from 100 to 400,000 Call for Appi 791-0793 at stepping stones for four Summers and a it seems the program get better every the Camp program has grown but a we really need a lot More volunteers a said Priscilla. Now that the new sports Complex has been completed which has an indoor Pool and gymnasium the Winter programs Are More Exten Sive. They begin sept. 13 and there Are sat. Morning evening and daily programs. To Volunteer and get More information Call stepping stones at 831-4660 and ask for John linear

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