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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - December 10, 1975, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary Ohio historical society 1982 Velma ave. Columbus Ohio 43211 l-11 u. S. Postage a bulk Rais paid Ciji cri Jarry i Peru 1, a j. J to i arc a classified and dial 73 i-71 to by 4 00 . Monday display a a y4? amp news dial 53.1-0234 of Tim m serving the com Mun ties of Huv Ash Montgomery amb Irlvy Vit tuft Indian Hill Mudra i peasant if id a a Virv attn pc it tidy Heights six if foil of ii it it it gtd a a per Park Hohs Movnu Pillow Coli Mark of disc of at to n i it e or it y vol. Xiv no. 19 15c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday december 10, 1975 4415 Montgomery cd. Phone 531-0234 a Quot a disagrees with Council on Chelsea Moore w a l Novak exits dramatically after 12 years As mayor a a Magazine Sale aces Marianne Pater from Eft and Connie Cook sold the most Magazine subscriptions in the Junior class during a student Council sponsored fund Raiser at for Sultner Academy. Marianne is the daughter of Orand. Mrs. James Pater. 3209 Grishey in. Connie is the daughter of or. And mrs. Bruce Cook. 7092 Brill he. The Magazine Sale brought in $5,044 to help pay the school debt. The juniors won. The grand prize for their efforts a Spaghetti dinner cooked and served by the faculty. Freshman Jolyn Chism was Overall Winner. Jeanne Fleckenstein won in the Sophomore class and Liz Sweeney in the senior class. High it. Sewers estimated to Cost $985,000 by Sandy Smith Engineer Wayne Sehuler presented trustees with a found report on the High Point storm sewer project at the dec., ,3 Sycamore township meeting. He recommended that to relieve the drainage problem in High Point they should begin by adapting the engineering report As the Basic planning of construction too. He recommended that they then proceed with construction in the order of priorities described in the report. S c h u 1 e r Sai d t he magnitude of the project is so great that they should not tackle the whole thing at once. He said the report divides the project into eight smaller segments with the most important to be built first Schuler Cost of building the entire system at $985,000. Segments 1-4 will be built first they make up a trunk sewer through the drainage area Schuler said after the Trank line is built lateral sewers . Be constructed when needed for residential or Industrial use. Schuler told trustees it would be More economical in the Long run to provide a system adequate for either Industrial or residential use from the beginning. Tearing out and redoing the system would by More costly he said. Funds for the engineering study were provided through the 1975 Community development Grant. Further funds for the continuing project Are hoped for from the same source. Sycamore township made the storm sewer project the number one priority in their request for 1976 Federal funds trustees discussed the alternatives of either a construction manager or a general contractor for the planned Sycamore Lodge. Schuler and architect Byron Crabill outlined some of the advantages of each approach. Mil a free thermometer with any prescription Crawford pharmacy Cam t pm mild is. Ampf Llu i Blue ask Ohio limit on per family with Coupon a expires 12/14/75 free by Maureen Tehraan Robert Novak ended a 12-years of Council attendance As Montgomery mayor dramatically As he walked out of Council Chambers at the dec., 3. Meeting. He left immediately. After Council voted unanimously to override his veto of a settlement of the Chelsea Moore litigation. During his 12 years As mayor Novak championed residential zoning. The Chelsea Moore zoning controversy. Dates to 1972-73. The 22 acres at Pfeiffer and Montgomery roads was rezoned from residence a a a to office a a of v and residence a a do by City Council in 1972 not the present Council. Mayor Novak vetoed Council s action and offered to Lead a referendum fight against the a a of and a a do zoning. A referendum was held and the rezoning was overwhelmingly rejected by Montgomery voters. Since that time the City has been d e f e n d i no residential zoning on that property in the courts Greg a common pleas Hurt judge ruled against the City and struck Down the residential zoning despite the referendum. The Case was taken to the appeals. Court. At Council s oct. 1. Meeting Council president Howard Smith chairman of councils planning and zoning committee announced. His committee would recommend a settlement of the Quot Case a out of court 1 the committee said a se111 ement with the company would be the Fiest Way to retain control of the property. Although the Basic plans of the settlement Are similar to the 1972 plan for the property include if 59 Eon dopiiit.il1 ins eight or nine single family domes and four or five apartment buildings the City has won some concessions. The City has been Given an acre of property to be used As a of Fer. The off ice buildings a i it be set Back 51 feet r a la e r t b a n 3 9 rom Montgomery cd. And there will be a landscape Duffer approved by the City. Mayor Novak disagreed with the present cot Cilus Reasti ing it or set t. Teme 111 of the Case. Other rest Lente have also objected. Novak at the nov. 1.975 Council meeting said he would prefer to fight t he matter to the end. He subsequently vetoed councils action and walked out of Council Chambers last. Wednesday when the veto was overridden. Council apparently believes Quot there is a. Good a Chance of losing an Appeal. In which Case the City might have no control Over what Glt Tes on that property. In the present instance Umcil believes it retains t it it bargaining Power and due Netrol Oyier building height set bar is Green buffers and landscaping. Opponents to settlement believe the City should exhaust All possible court a a construction manager would allow More flexibility in making decisions As we go along a Schuler said. A one prime contractor would mean we would he locked into All phases of construction from the Crabill explained that with a construction manager there would be a number of contractors not just one. Crabill gave the example that they might have 10 packages in feted of just one contract. The flexibility in Cost and Quality might be nine times As. Great he said. Schuler said the disadvantage of a construction manager approach is there is no guarantee of the total Cost of the project at the outset. He said there is no Way to take advantage of both guaranteed total Cost and flexibility at the same time. Trustees instructed Schuler and Crabill to p rep a re the Deta i i de specifications in preparation for advertising for bids. The specs will Quot be ready by a the Jan. 7 meeting. Trustee president Jim Becktom said trustees wanted to get a better idea of the total Cost in relation to a general contractor bid before making a decision about a construction manager. Trustees voted to accept a bid from Queen City Chevrolet for a new truck cab and Chassis. Queen City was Low bidder of the three submitted bids with $6,794.15 with Trade in. Superintendent Harry Jahnigan reported that a a no parking 7 . To 9 .�?� signs have been ordered tor Timber Knoll or. In Kenwood. Also a no parking after dark signs have been ordered for the first ave. Frontage at High Point Fark. Trustees passed a Resolution commending state Champion Moeller High school football team. The Resolution commended the team and the coaching staff for their Success. Mcdonald re elected mayor appointed officials same in Madeira by Sandy Smith there Are Quot two new faces on Madeira Council but the appointed officials Are the same As last year. Dan Mcdonald was approved As mayor of Madeira at the dec. I installation ceremonies which preceded the regular meeting. Other appointments were Allan Reed vice mayor and George Patterson or solicitor. Edward Hillman was approved As iii a treasurer at a special meeting dec. 2. He was nominated at the dec ,., 1 meeting but the motion to waive the three readings failed when. Doug Oppenheimer voted against it. Two of the councilman were not present at the regular meet ing so without of pen h Eimer a s vote a majority could not be obtained. The appointed officials and new Council persons Forest Atkins and Mary Ann Christie were sworn by court of common pleas judge Robert Black. Mayor Mcdonald reported to Council that the real estate valuation of Hamilton county is Complete. The valuation of property in Madeira is up 31 percent he said. A because we Are a chartered City we can Levy from. 0-$7.50 per thousand in he said. A if the charter did not give the Council this Power Jye would be governed by the county Bud g it commission a Quot Mcdonald said. Mcdonald explained that the budget commission formula would be to reduce the tax. Rate by 1.1 Mill. City manager George babe said that with the Overall valuation increase of 31 percent the City would still take in about Christmas Seal posters Rev. Carlton 14. Gamble pastor of All saints episcopal Church. Pleasant Ridge prepares to distribute Christmas Seal Pewters which Are being Quot Given to him by or. Erwin bins Tad presiden of the southwestern Ohio lung Indian Hill Cathy Carson Loveland Deb Oie Mccreary procedures. Novak said for instance that another zoning fight had been lost in the lower court and eventually won in the appeals a court. Robert Guggenheim of the 1� h e is i of r e t to it a Iff owner developers of the property said Quot the settlement with the City is what we feel will do Justice to the site and to the he said the architectural style of the building will Beba Ronon ions with what is now in the area presumably Neo colonial. There will be 59 condominiums o a j w o a n d three bedrooms. These units would sell for about $60,-000. Six to eight of the Rondos would possibly be housed in the same building. Eight or nine single family Homes of three and. Four tied room 8, will be built. They will be priced at Quot about $70,000 according to Guggenheim. F Quot i r or j i v a buildings of no More than. 2 via stories will front on continued on Page 9 Ash. Christmas the Wunder and love of on the faces a i the ltd Young ters at Oral Madeira recreation association it Santa land. I his year the air a christinas program a scheduled for dec. 1 1. 4 Pun. At the Madeira Railroad station. The King men choral group directed by Robert c Mgspadden will Lead a half hour my a Long. Santa claw will attend to formally open Santa Tundo. Refreshments and Candy for the children will be served inside the train station by members of the Eastern Hills women s land will 1m open weekdays 7-8 . And from 2-1 . Saturday and sundays during the hoi Ida is. Santa will be there on these dates dec. 15, 17. 0. 20. 21. 22. There is no charge. Money available for continuing studies Mont gom cry w of an s club is offering scholarships a for persons wishing to continue their educations. The Grants will so to residents of Sycamore school District who arc now chi ice or who Wiki to pursue advanced degrees. According to mrs Steele inside of mailing la. Chairperson of the clubs scholarship committee. $4.0-00 in Grants were awarded last year under the program. 1 n form a tinn and Appl stations Are available Frati mrs Quot Steele Mattwig to 78.8 a to lain. Dr., mon go Mery. 0hi0 45242. Completed forms must be returned by Jan. 7, j 976 to mr8. Mat Ting 1 y. The r e c i p i e n t s o f. T h e scholarships will be notified he Jan. 15. Pol ice scanner Tiit a the same amount of Money As they did last year if the rate was. Reduced 1.1 Mill. Quot in 1975, babe said the City took in about $280,000 in real estate taxes. If left at a rate of $7.50 per Mou Sand would realize approximately $327,000 in . By reducing the rate to $6.40 per thousand the tax Revenue will be about $277,000. Council voted to reduce the tax rate by 1,1 Mill. A i expect everyone in Madeira will have a Quot increased tax Bill in Doi Are but this rate reduction will minimize the increase a a babe said. The Resolution which Council adopted a few months ago exeme ing students under 18 from the earnings tax has been ruled to be illegal by the a ate auditor. Council must now repeal that Resolution and. And it a new one to take its place. Patterson said he would prepare two resolutions for vote next meeting. The ruling said the City could not be inconsistent by exempting some persons under 18 those in school and not continued on Page 9 Ehl girls All stars selected Julie Gal Lens the in of Madeira was named Captain of the Eastern. Bills league All Star Gir 1 so volleyball team selected by the league coaches. Other girls named to the Ehl All Star team included Lori Case Deer Park Ann Crable Deer Park Joanna Harner Glen Este Emily Frazer Indian Hill Marcy student berates those who done to Recycle paper -. Fuge 2 three area caddies in Evans scholarships Page 6. Piranhas bite flying fish Page 7 Montgomery $ colourful past Page 10 new makers Page 9 hmm Mem Psi wet amp a rms Simi a a Kef from Joseph Var Fiu 785. A Margo reported to Madeira police that t police scanner radio was taken from his can sometime Between nov 30-dec. Value of the scanner is set at $245. At City Council sil ver ton asks for anti crime officer by Sandy Smith Silverton police Are hoping to get funds from the Federal Law enforcement a s s i. S t a Nee a. Be h Bylena for a Community relations officer whose activities would be dedicated to crime prevention in the Community. A City Council heard program coordinator Jim. Kowalsk i outline the proposed program at the dec. 4 Council meeting. Kowalski said he and police chief Ken Dye were working on a proposal to Leaa which would include Quot a salary of less than $20,000 for the officer and funds for special equipment such As movies slides and. Brochures. Kowalski said the officer would work with individuals and groups to teach them How to prevent crimes. He estimated the City a share of the Cost at 5 percent. Dye told. Suburban life r Madeira Andrea Norris madeira1 sue Mccullough Milford and Amy Pennington Sycamore. Will leave snack x dear Santa g my name is Paula and e i am 2 years old. A i have tried to be a p Good girl. Would you. F please bring me a tree of _ House and a baby my bundles i will leave you. W a snack. S i love you thank you s Paula Michelle Geglein x g 7115 Summit ave. G in amp xes Ami that they plan to have the proposal the Leaa ready no later a than Jan. 16. The radios which Silver tan police now carry to communicate on the Valley band system were funded by Leaa. Dye told Council that the City has no insurance on the expensive radios which officers carry at All times. A the five new radios Cost $1,700 each a Dye said. A there Are other radios and the total value of All of them is about $13,600.�?�. A a the officers Wear the tax answers must be Given Blue Ash residents Are required by Law to fill out and return the questionnaires which have been issued by the City tax office according to Blue Ash. City manager Vic Suhm. The information on the questionnaires is used to determine individual Reid enter liability to pay the City income tax Sun said that any resident who does not Supply the requested information is breaking the Law and will be subject to fines. He said any resident who has received a second copy of the questionnaire and fails to return it will be subpoenaed into court. Residents having questions May Call the tax office at 791-330. Radios on their shirts a Dye explained. A a police officer can get info a scuffle where a radio could be broken. Or an it ulcer could get Busy with something else and walk away and forget his r and i. I. We a re a it Only ,�?� he said. M a or Richard be n Ken said he and Council i investigate the Cost a insurance for the radius and make a decision at a later Date. Council voted to accept a hid of $4,245.04 from Kenwood Chrysler for a 1976 fury police Cruiser Lully equipped the hid does not include Trade in. Based on the recommendation of councilman Thomas Clinton the City will keep the old Cruiser to a use to the Best advantage of the a boy freed from sewer grate five year old Justin Hall found himself a in a tight situation last Friday. While trying to retrieve a Ball he got his head stuck in a open sewer grate on Higgins ave., Montgomery. Blue Ash life squad responded and so did. The m on t gom Ery fire dept crash unit which used a Power Jack to remove the grate and fret the boy. He was unhurt but shaken. T he acc id ent occur de about 12 55

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