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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - February 08, 1978, Cincinnati, Ohio4 suburban if by wedge toy february 8, 1978 news in Brief Barton s bakery Back at Montgomery Council whether or not Marvin Barton owner of Barton s bakery Montgomery has Access to his bakery via a Montgomery re. Curb Cut is still a question in the City of Montgomery. Barton did not sign an agreement to allow a three year interim curb Cut to his business within 10 Days As specified by City Council last month. Nevertheless the curb Cut is a fact now and with Winter settled in nobody is making motions to close it. The question of Bartons curb Cut has been bouncing around Council and other City agencies for several months. Barton said he did not sign the agreement because he would prefer a permanent curb Cut not a three year agreement. He also said the City should be negotiating with the owner of his building Stuart Hamilton and not with him. Although the specified time for signing the agreement is past it is believed that Council would prefer to reach an agreement with Barton if this can be done before work on the downtown protect begins again. City solicitor Dick Dusterberg said Bartons lawyer told him Dusterberg that he would file suit against the City on the matter of the curb Cut. Dusterberg said he is hoping this does not happen. A i done to want to see a taw suit 1 want to see a Street scape a he said. Dusterberg commented that even though Hamilton owner of the Barton building has not cooperated with the City in its downtown renovation Council and City officials respect Barton and his business in the City and they had hoped to work out an agreement with him. Landmark voted despite objections of the owners the Todd Sherritt Rees House Cooper rd., in the heart of downtown Montgomery has been designated a City landmark by ordinance at Montgomery City councils feb. 1 meeting. Council had tabled the ordinance last year after owners of the building objected to the landmark designation Ana con com my taut restrictions on alteration to or destruction of the building. They were upset about the method of notification used by the landmarks commission which has since been changed. The commission was in its infancy last year and City officials admit it goofed in its met Hod of notification or landmark status to owners of the Todd Sherritt Rees House. The City work out an amicable agreement with the owners of the Home but were unable to and Council voted 3-2 to designate the House a landmark despite owners objections. Council members Alma Blazic and Ray Walt her voted against the landmark designation. Blazic said. A i done to think a piece of property being a landmark or not is Worth it for what it is going to do to those ladies. Human beings Are. More important than Quot landmarks in. This i a it her has Long established that he does not believe in iting for a landmark unless the owner is in agreement with such status. Council member Howard Smith said the Only True restriction placed on the building is a nine months wait in Quot he event that the owners wish to tear it Down. �?o1 Don t think it is callous treatment at All a a he said. A the Reeves and . Arentt always going to be Here. Then things happen to buildings a a he said. At Silverton Council 710801 be Ash 00ao Cincinnati Ohio 45236 Public notice solicitor Taxman sworn in by Shelley Ann Blau John n. Armstrong of Hague Ritter and Armstrong was sworn in As Silverton City solicitor and Carl c. Hoerth or. Was sworn in As tax administrator at Silverton City councils feb. 2 meeting. Armstrong an Indian Hill resident will serve As City solicitor replacing Herman Wenker who asked to be replaced because of time problems. Hoerth was chosen from a Field of 12 applicants who applied for the position of tax administrator. The finance committee headed by councilman Richard Hunter and consultants peat Marwick Mitchell and co., screened applicants deciding to recommend Hoerth for the position. John doll announced that a smoke alarm ordinance requiring Multi dwelling residents Homes to have systems is in the development process a previous ordinance on smoke alarms has seemingly disappeared doll said prior to completion and passage. An ordinance to install Street lighting at the mar walk subdivision red Bank and Woodford ., was passed. Council is considering the Purchase of a breathalyzer so that it will not be necessary to transport prisoners to neighbouring municipalities for alcohol level testing. Cost is being explored. New makers John v Trola. Mr4r, 10187 Zig Zap rd., is on of eight University of Dayton students who will work on research projects funded by the National society of physic student and the Bendix com. Helen Howard daughter of or. And mrs. Ralph a Howard Maple Leaf dr., is the recently installed pledge Trainer for the Alpha Omicron chapter of Delta Gamma fraternity Miami University. Northeastern Myca offering sky Divi Imi wednesday feb. Is 7 30 fee �?�40## must be 16 or older Call the Myca at 731-0115 Sherman amp Walters Norwood township passes fire safety code continued rom Page one. Spent 828,000 fighting the first emergency in january for a period of Only 12 Days according to Jahnigen. During the most recent blizzard which ground most of Ohio to a freezing halt Sycamore was a rescued by heavy Snow removal equipment loaned to the township Fay the United states army corps of engineers. Jahnigen said that the a equipment was loaned free of charge to Sycamore following governor James Rhodes declaration that Ohio was in a a state of emergency. A the trustees passed a Resolution in appreciation of the Sycamore Jaycees Effort in. Raising $3,000 for the township. A portion of the Money will be used to buy new drapes for the township Hall. Cars blocking Chaucer drive at the Canterbury gardens apartments Are creating a fire Hazard according to Arlington Heights fire department and if they Are not moved soon they May be towed away. Arlington fire officials sent a letter to the trustees requesting that a towing permit be secured if. Necessary to keep Chaucer drive Clear for firemen should they have to respond to that area. Sycamore trustees agreed to Send a letter to the manager of the Complex informing him of the problem and requesting his assistance before they order any cars towed away. Carl Hoerth or. Tax official sheriffs Sale property at 3940 Holman cir., Silverton will be offered for Sale at a Public sheriffs Sale March 2, 11 . At Hamilton county court House. The property is valued at $33,000. It is being sold by order of the court to satisfy the claims of the mortgage Holder Mellon National mortgage co., Ohio. Bridal service division our wedding gown service protects the loveliness of your wedding gown let it Etc 7108 Blue Ash Road / inc nna of Ohio Telephone 513 891-2120 Mill Sampl store 10600 Chester re. Wood Lawn . 10-5 Sun. 12-5 771-5798 a All ladies sweaters reduced what makes our prices so Low we Are a True factory outlet Selling first Quality overruns closeouts and samples for men and women at a great savings to you Check these everyday values a pc jackets 6.99$20 value ski jackets 17.77$4 fashion sweaters amp shirts 4.44 Long sleeve knits 3.99or3 for $10 mens amp boys socks 40% off a ladies knee his rom69� a boys ski jackets $20 value. 12.99 min a a 4 a i Southern Ohio Bank opens mayor Paul Mckinney from left stands with Blue Ash Branch manager Chuck Payne and Southern Ohio s director of Branch administrations Jim Maxwell As they open the new office of Southern Ohio Bank at 11220 Reed Highway Blue Ash. The opening of the 13th full service Branch was held a his Winter. Sib by soils service january sales leaders accent 11 eco a a custom draperies 891-2131 Madeira budget reflects six percent a goods inflation the 1978 budget for Madeira looks a lot like the budget last year but the numbers show a $188,270 increase. These Are the differences according to City manager George babe there was a 6% increase in the Cost of materials and labor due to inflation. The City fire contract increased $26,000 Over last year. Quot this year there is a $108,000 contingency fund available for ice and Snow removal. Babe said he did no to think All of the Money would be needed and that some of the contingency Money could be used for some salary increases later. There were no salary increases budgeted. There is $65,000 available in Reserve for capital improvements. Babe said the Money could be used for either renovation of the City building or for a new building for the service dept. Last year the City spent $1,150,458. This year the figure is up to $1,338>728. Mary Zicka Joan Madden Public notice o z u a cd d an open letter to the motoring Public we have made some changes and improvements to better serve you in your motoring needs. Among these is extending our hours until Midnight monday thru Friday enlarging our discount rental Fleet and concentrating on Quality repairs. We now invite you in to see one of our assistant service managers Bill Miller or Nate Willis then Grade our new service department thank Yon Bob Williams Bob Williams Ford 891 -7454 Cross county at Montgomery Road 9260 Montgomery re. A a a a a a a a a a a Public notice Low Cost loss buy build l improve i milk of it my Jerry Honerlaw Mary Keefe Jean Metzger Sibcy realtors stand ready to serve you and Hope that we can add you to our Long list of satisfied customers. Phon 891-77 11 a 7539 know ltd re. Ofpos�t6 Elf wooo Shoppe a Plaza 8040 Montgomery re. Cinn. Ohio 45236
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