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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - February 08, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioThat s the tune in Montgomer wednesday. February 8, 1978-suburban life 3 of those Public works by Maureen Hehman Public work were in the new at Montgomery City councils feb. 1 meeting. Mary Lou Rose who lives on Zig Zag rd., next to the Swaim Field residential development asked How the City plans to handle storm water drainage from Swaim Field Between the new proposed Campus in. Sewer. Her property lies in this in Between area. Building commissioner Bill Fiedler explained later by phone that the City will implement the system connecting the Swaim drainage and Campus in. System but that the Swaim Developer will pay for this connector. It will be the City a responsibility to acquire easements Friedler said. Rose has every right to be concerned. A Large portion of Swaim Field storm water will Drain from Block e of Swaim. Through the area of her property and the Hulsbeck property before it it channelled into the Campus in. Sewer. Last Spring the area was flooded from storm Waters flowing off Swaim Field. Fiedler said he has told the developers to take Steps to prepare for a possible fast thaw of the Snow and consequent heavy drainage through Straw baling and other measures. A portion of the developers Bond Money is set aside to reimburse property owners or repair damage due to violation of the City a sediment control ordinance. For instance one Block has a $45,000 Bond attached 10 percent of this $4,500 is set aside for possible reimbursement for any downstream damage Fiedler said. He said that residents of the Jolain and Campus in. Area will be notified of a meeting to be held explaining the City a plans to improve the storm drainage in the area. Campus and Jofrain area sewers preliminary approval for Block d of Swaim is before the planning commission with Block e to come soon. Area residents want to assure that drainage concerns Are addressed before the entire Swaim acreage blocks a through a Are under development. In other action at the feb. I Council meeting Fiedler told disgruntled residents of Arcturus dr., the City Engineer has advised that the City could have a tap in system to Polk run sewer designed built and Active within a year. The streets in that area presently without sanitary sewers could tap into the Polk sewer including Arcturus and parts of Kemper Weller and Weil roads. The City would charge the residents an assessment for the tap in based on actual engineering and building costs Fiedler said. Fiedler said a crack in the Brick sidewalk downtown from Montgomery inn to the hardware store will be fixed by the construction company with no Cost to the City. As to whether the company Jones construction will be charged the $150 per Day penalty for not completing the downtown Street scape work on nov. 30 As scheduled Fiedler could not say. City attorney Dick Dusterberg said the City has not yet formulated a policy on this. Blue Ash approves apartment zoning for twin lakes i by Laurie Petrie Blue Ash Council approved a controversial rezoning of two parcels of land commonly referred to As the twin lakes and Ferguson Hills areas from r-3 single family residences to r-3p multiple family dwellings at its feb. 1 meeting. The vote was 5-2 with count members Robert Schueler and Don Biedermann opposing. In a statement read to Council Biedermann expressed his objection to the planned development of the approximately 28 acres located South Quot of the Home acres subdivision East of Hunt re. And North of Cross county Highway. B re we be moved to 4819 Cooper re at Kenwood re 791-5566 visit us for i decorating assistance Fez c c c a decorating Center Community savings Assoc a a a tool on sound and secure since 1890 earn 7% 0/ /0 a year 6 year certificates other certificate rates 7.50% 4 year 6.75% 2% year 6.50% 1 year 5.25% passbook ran we at Community savings Are proud of the fact that we have never missed paying interest on our savings accounts since our founding in 1890 Community savings association 9468 Montgomery re. Montgomery Telephone 891-3643 7140 Montgomery re. Silverton Telephone 891-2490 Biedermann emphasized that he Felt the plans for development by previews unlimited inc. And Roger thesing associates were attractive and his comments had no reflection on the proposed design. With the approval of the twin lakes and Ferguson Hills projects there will be Over 1,000 apartment units in the Hunt re. Area Biedermann noted. Given an average of two people per unit the resulting 2,000 residents would represent Twenty percent of the population of Blue Ash Biedermann to me this represents a very significant conceptual kind of change from the kind of Community i moved into a Biedermann said. A i am not convinced that it could not be developed residents amp us single family Homes a these 28 acres Are almost the last left in Blue Ash for residential development. Under the current zoning there would be fewer people less density and Blue Ash would be a better place to r Council member Stephanie Stoller said that her decision to a d prove rhe rezoning was a very difficult one to make but assuming the parcel would be developed in some Way at some time the plan currently before Council seemed to he More attractive i h a n other be r h a is commercial possibilities. Stoller noted that the current proposal would preserve two Large lakes on the property and most of the Trees whereas even a Lan in line with single ing rail filling in the lakes family Zownir doctors . Osher . Kerstine . Faulkner and . Cohen Eye physicians and surgeons announce the opened of a 2nd office at the Bethesda North profession bldg 104% Montgomery re. 9845133 on Surbert High Potency a Complex with 500 my. Of Vitamin c you get 109 Cash and 30 Surbey Tolj a free with Purchase of Surbex-t100 tablets Surbert restores what the body cannot effectively store a Corn a no i c pc it ltd to is Cave your $1.00 Cash refund plus your 30 fro Surbert tablets lust mall the Cash Register receipt if mom than one item please Circle Surbert Price end the Little bag inside a bottle of Surbert 100 tablets. Please mail the receipt and bag to Surbert special dept. 304, Abbott laboratories North Chicago in Lynoit 00064 name address Fini City m i up1 phone of ltd a a Pir a october 11,1s7s p?mmm4ula. Nightengale pharmacy 7677 Montgomery re. It Call for and leveling the tree1�. Objectors t o the development mostly nearby residents have complained that the project would increase traffic in the area particularly on the already overcrowded Hunt re. Neither City officials nor developers denied this fact but a representative of previews unlimited inc. Re. Personnel will have keys he added. Developers have agreed to other plan alterations a follows height maximum of two stories with no More than four units per building a building set backs from the property line. The closest building will be 50 feet from the property line. A preservation of two Large lakes and Trees a fencing of entire development from abutting residential area a Boulevard Type Entrance off Hunt re. One in bound Lane two outbound the townhouses and apartments will provide a density of ten units per acre with a total of 279 units in the two projects. R-3p zoning allows for densities Between 5.8 and 11 units per acre. Dance cancelled due to the Energy crisis and the poor parking conditions at Livingston Lodge the annual Indian Hill Booster dance scheduled for this saturday february 11, has been cancelled. Noted at the Council meeting that the . Supreme court has ruled that anticipate d traffic congestion cannot legally be the determining Factor in approving or disapproving proposed land development. A developers have agreed to donate a ten foot wide strip along Hunt re. To the City of Blue Ash and to pay for the paving of that strip if and when the City widens Hunt fid. City manager Vic Suhm said traffic patterns in the area May be altered when the Reed Hartman Highway is completed and it is difficult to Tell at this time How traffic might eventually flow on Hunt re. Residents who favor the project have said that apartments would be a More favourable land use t h a n c o m m e r e i a 1 development which would someday be entirely possible in that area. Hamilton county regional planning commission stated in its staff report late last year that the Best use of the land would be commercial and second Best multiple family a dwellings it would not be financially feasible to develop with single family residences according to the report. Roger thesing of Roger thesing associates and Harold Korbee attorney re prese a t g previews unlimited inc., noted at a Blue Ash planning commission meeting that Given land Cost and estimated development costs single family Homes would have to sell for at least $80,000. Thesing and Korbee said Homes would not sell for that Price on this particular site because of the proximity of Cross county High commercial development on Hunt and Plainfield roads lower priced Homes. A the project was first presented to Blue Ash planning commission residents feared that two planned emergency vehicle through ways would eventually be opened to allow other vehicles to drive through the subdivision. Suhm said that a restriction will be placed on the deed to prevent this from Ever happening. The emergency roads one of which will be located at the South end of Raven or. And the other at the West end of Leslie ave., will be blocked with locked Gates and paved with gravel Suhm said. Only columnist Fred Simon of Montgomery will be guest speaker at the men s breakfast 7 ., feb. 12 at Madeira presbyterian Church. Simon is Best known for his a breaker a breaker column in the Cincinnati enquirer but is also known for his Community service projects. He started react radio emergency action citizen team in 1974 and the sky warn program Tornado warning system with the National weather Bureau. Cost for the breakfast is $2 per person. For reservations sign the poster in the Narthex or Call the Church office 791-4470. First visit to Library third graders at st. Vincent Ferrer visited the Madeira Public Library recently. Carol Heideman of the Library introduced them to books of adventure fantasy science fiction poetry and puzzles among others. The class took 50 books Home with them to read. The class members Are Andy Hutchings Steve Soellner Kim Anderson Matthew Stainbrook Mark Lemmel Joseph Sagrati Jane Dollenmayer Heth Johannigman. Steve Gahr John zucchetto John Saylor Trisha Howard Michele Rhoades Julie Hanley Carla Ferguson Karen Herbert Carol Heideman and sister Marcella their teacher. Car break in at Blue Ash John Grove 1151 Centenial ave., Blue Ash a i it jerked his ear behind tyc mow a a to it a Fligh school last wednesday thinking it was Safe. He was wrong. According to Montgomery police the car was broken into and Groves cd 8 track tape deck his coat and two bracelets were taken., the total value of the missing items is $242, police said. Charity fair at Kenwood How to read like a fat cat for practically Chicken feed. Enrol now in our advanced Reading skills Speed Reading and comprehension course we will triple your present Speed at a minimum significantly increase your comprehension. You can be a fat cat Reader by calling today. Explanation inquiries invited. 984-3970 american Reading Academy a company designed to present intelligent alternatives to Reading problems. Parental involvement the Bowdoin method Reading skills remedial advanced Reading skills Speed Reading and comprehension sat act College preparatory. A Alysa s pizzeria Kenwood we Are now serving imported amp Domestic wines amp Beer italian specialities pizza hoagies Spaghetti Antipasto salads also serving Fried Chicken amp fish dinners Dine in or carry out 984-1122 in 7687 Montgomery re. 1 Block South of Kenwood shopping Center nod pcs Juke rpt ii a a a pm \win4ok Fca Flaa m a Kami Nam Vij a Rule Lif if you Are part of a local civic or charitable Organiza Tion that needs a major fund raising project you re just in time to sign up for the Kenwood mall Charity fair feb. 28 and March 1. Every year the Kenwood mall welcomes Over 60 organizations Selling White elephant items baked goods and hand made gifts. Each group has one Day of the two to display their Sale items from 10 To 9 p.m., in the mall with All proceeds going to their organization. Kenwood mall provides tables for the groups and publicity for the fair. There is no Entrance fee to participating groups. Anyone interested has until feb. 21 to Contact Debra Sheridan at 531-4000 for a Charity fair application. From m w lot yer i Fop okeh Wop Liza we no hers Tiepe. A stat amp i Aeki the. Candles in such Peg Mont mall 75cx>? ave. 251-1? say a be mine with an elegant gift of authentic Indian jewelry Turquoise Coral Mother of Pearl malachite All hand tooled and set in gleaming Sterling. A Large selection of rings bracelets earrings buckles watchbands liquid Silver chokers pendants Heishi Are yours to choose from at reduced prices thru Valentines Day. The ultimate gift for that someone special. Otec top w Kenwood amp Northgate Only authentic Indian jewelry Sale Navajo Zuni hopi Santo Domingo in their special Indian jewelry shop next to the menus dept. Discount certificate Many items of Indian i 1 jewelry valid thru february 14, 1978 cat Pink a Kenwood amp Northgate only1 i

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