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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - December 24, 1980, Cincinnati, Ohio1982 Velma co1umbu3t Leal s5cl2j Alo 43211 lir rays . Postage a i o Nikci Nistl Ohio a a off t h0#., Givi Isufi season s greetings we it no it amp emt to Placo a classified and Call 731-7170 by 5 00 pm Friday display advertising amp news Call 531-0234 circulation 731-4200 Cincinnati sub Fiban newspapers inc. Blue Ash a Montgomery am Berley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne duo Vale Ridgewood Mark of Mccu avow a Moran vol. Xxx no. 21 20c Cincinnati. Ohio. Wednesday. Dec. 24. 1980 4415 Montgomery re. Blue Ash Council hears plans City plans Airport expansion Christmas count town a children All Over impatiently wait for Christmas morning 3 year old Rebecca to Tell Santa cla Wright of Blue Ash takes a last minute Opportunity wants. Photo by Gai Jordan �?, a Claus what she l by Barbara Chason operations of the Blue Ash Airport will continue to be the responsibility of the City of Cincinnati in Stead of the Hamilton county Airport authority with some upgrading of facilities in the future City manager Victor Suhm told Blue Ash City Council at its dec. 18 meeting. Suhm met with Cincinnati City manager Sylvester Murray and David Pollock Hamilton county regional Airport authority dec. 16 to discuss the plans Suhm said earlier plans by Cincinnati to turn a a Airport Over to Hami Tonato county or to sell it had been dropped. Blue Ash Airport will be a general aviation reliever facility Suhm said housing larger planes now at Lunken Airport in expanded hangars to be constructed. Lunken manager Edward Kenney will also manage the Blue Ash facility. The Hamilton county regional Airport authority will have a decreasing role in plans Suhm said. Cincinnati will apply for Federal funds to improve drainage build hangars construct a taxiway Between the two present runways and a Raith a Extension to runway 1028. The master plan for the Airport also will be reviewed but there will be no increase in capacity. Suhm said Blue Ash would cooperate with Cincinnati in plans for the Airport. In other business Council approved the 1961 budget of More than 86 million As an appropriations ordinance. The new budget is 7.7 percent above expenditures for i960. A Large part of the Revenue will come from the earnings tax which is projected to be 83,500,000 for 1961. A City Engineer one fire inspector and a data processing Clark to operate Perin school going on auction Block t r Madeira mulls property Purchase by Barbara Chason Madeira City Council has decided to spend about six weeks considering whether the City could Benefit from the Purchase of the Perin school property located near Miami Avenue and Camargo Road f the property rezoned from residence b to business a contains approximately two acres and a school building which is currently used by the Board of education for its offices some adult education classes and a gymnasium program. Board officials have stated that there is no plan to sell the property to any specific person. The property is due to be auctioned publicly. Before the property is auctioned councilwoman Mary Ann Christie recommended at the dec. 15 meeting that the Public buildings committee study whether the City could use the property for expanding municipal services in the suggestion was met with hard questioning reaches Century Mark met. Martha Imwalle seated celebrated her 160th birthday dec. 12 at Montgomery care Center where she is a resident. Joining in the festivities were from left Martha Kohfield and Wilma Bowyer granddaughters Peggy Kohfield great granddaughter and Frances Eichenhorst daughter. Rod Mckinley administrator presented the honoured guest with a dozen roses from the care Center and she received Flowers from officers of the Moeller High school student Council who Sang songs with Center residents. From councilman de Wilkinson who inquired about the source of Money for the Purchase and said it is a ridiculous to consider buying the property Quot when the City a priorities and budget Money Are for other projects. Financing any. Purchase would be part of the study Christie answered. While councilman Tom Woebkenberg said he Quot had no quarrel with a study of the property acquisition Quot he challenged the idea of purchasing it unless there is an actual need. Quot it is difficult to get Public property a a councilman Robert Lee said. Quot what we re saying is since this is already a valuable Public property we should determine whether there is a continued use for it in that capacity before it is sold for other in other business Charles Duckett chief plumbing inspector for the Hamilton county Board of health told Council that since the creation of the 1974 state sanitary code establishing a regulatory Agency Over septic tank operations few locally passed ordinances dealing with violations have been effective. Duckett said that As Long As property owners feel the Quot Agency will let us know if we Are in violation of septic tank requirements Quot they will not make it their responsibility to keep septic tanks in compliance on their own. In the past Maderia Council has considered passing an ordinance controlling septic tank operations but Duckett advised that the Best Way to insure proper operation is to report any suspected violations to his office. Duckett said there Are about 10,060 private systems in the county. There Are some 168 in Kenwood Hills and More in other parts of Madeira. While some Madeira be replaced by Public sewers connected to the new treatment Plant near Lunken Airport Duckett said there still will be a considerable number of private systems in Madeira. Duckette a office makes periodic checks throughout the Day and there Are currently four systems that have been cited by the Board of health for improper operation. Duckett said a property owner is Given 15 Days to Correct the problem. If nothing is done a hearing is held to show Good cause for not making the corrections. More time can be Given for repairs. Then if the system still is not corrected the owner May appear in municipal court. The maximum penalty for noncompliance is $100 per occurrence. Council also discussed just released i960 data from the . Bureau of the census reporting Madeira a population to be 9,293 with 3,275 households. Although the census indicated 38 percent growth Over 1970, Christie argued that after annexation of South Kenwood in 1970, Madeira a population was 10,660 and the new data actually indicates a decline in population. The 1980 figure does not reflect the annexation she said. Christie suggested a citizens group to study reasons for the decline and related problems such As a decrease in municipal revenues. She said the new data also May mean redistricting voting precincts. Mayor Forest Atkins said he wanted time to decide which group should do study a a specially appointed citizens group or the planning commission. Council also approved the third Reading of the unified fire code and recognized Chuck Buchy Madeira High school football coach and several outstanding members of the team Jim Henry Madeira High school golfer of the year and the Madeira mailers soccer team. Army picks Sweeney for Hall of Fame Kiri nutria system i Debbie Brooks boasts Quot i a lost 96 lbs and 5 a dress sizes in Tust a few 8 months and i la never Bel f overweight again. Thanks to nutria system. Holiday special Start Row Smi $50.00 with this Coupon limited offer Cali today tri county 230 Northland blvd. Suite 210 772-0011 8050 Montfomery re. Suite 105 8918444 a / / \ 1 hours mon Sai Iwa Porritt n00m Coeh Lvov do the . Army has announced that Ohio supreme court Justice a William Sweeney of Indian Hill will be inducted into the . Army infantry Hall of Fame at fort Benning a. Jan. 23. Holiday deadlines just a reminder deadlines for the dec. 31 Issue of Northeast suburban use Are noon wednesday dec. 24 for news and photos 3 . Friday dec. 26 for display ads and 3 . For classified ads. Sweeney a retired army colonel former corporate lawyer and supreme court Justice since 1977, served during world War a Korea and Vietnam. He was drafted into world War ii As a private and Rose through the ranks. He has been awarded some of the military s highest decorations. He is also a former chief of the now inactive Federal contracting Agency formerly located in Cincinnati. While serving in that capacity he awarded the legion of Merit by president Johnson in 1966 for his efforts in helping alleviate unemployment in the appalachian area of the . Through government contract work. He is a native of Youngstown but now resides at 6690 Drake re. Sold Silver coins a Sterling we buy Cash payment to i Market it us Conner of Forest Ned Williams att. A Norwood 631-2112 open 10ats ram-11 pm factory outlet la evening Wear <�3 a a a end lingerie fyn it it m a prices it or wow a wow Quot a fab 3mb a of pfc at my s the City a new computer will be the Only additional City employees hired in 1981. Major capital improvement projects include Kenwood Pfeiffer Road at $280.000, storm drainage at $125,000 and Street resurfacing at $170,000, said Marvin Thompson assistant City manager. The budget also contains a debt retirement schedule which will eliminate All Short term indebtedness and includes $1.5 million for recreation and $400,000 for the Reed Hartman connector Thompson said an additional wading Pool will be constructed at the City spool improvements will be made to the Amphitheater and cart paths will be added to the Golf course. Part of the 1981 budget will be appropriated for the new computer. Council approved contracting with National american leasing co. For rental of a Micro data reality 6000 computer system and software at an annual Cost of $24,071. Micro data corp. Located in Blue Ash will service the computer at a Cost of $4,860 annually. A after a careful analysis we discovered there was not much difference Coastwise to lease than to Purchase a computer the first year Quot mayor Donald Biedermann said. The City has an option to Purchase after the first year and has plans to buy the system. In other business Council it �?�agreed1 to upgrade a classifications of the continued on Page 11 j tis the season caroling is part of what makes the season special. Area Carlers from left Are Karen Carter of Reading Sheri Conover of duo Vale Lisa Bray and 4-year-old Sarah wind both of Reading and Sally Shelton of Dulo Vale. Photo by Gau Jordan 1 inside Page 2one Lennon fans lament new makers Reader reaction. Page 3sports wrap up Page 4madeira surgeon has the Holiday spirit. Page 11letters to Santa Page 18tests postpone Sebastian trial Kenwood Silverton 000t t v la to 77 if a 752� Kenwood re two ii Atlow Loki so Dhiti. A a a

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