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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - January 14, 1981, Cincinnati, OhioTo place a classified and Call 731 7170 by 3 00 . Monday display advertising amp news Call 531-0234 circulation 731-4200 Cincinnati sub iban newspapers inc. Mark of a 1nculatknv Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood vol. Xxx no. 24 20c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday Jan. 14, 1981 4415 Montgomery re. Jacobs loses another building Battle judge upholds Madeira a zoning by Barbara Casson Hamilton county court of common pleas has upheld Madeira zoning ordinances in the Long fought Battle Between the City and Developer Stewart Jacobs Over construction of a planned unit development on land zoned for single family residences in Madeira. Perry Ancona former Madeira solicitor and attorney in the Jacobs is. Madeira Case told Madeira City Council at its Jan. 5 meeting that visiting judge Guy Cline had rendered an opinion favourable to Madeira on dec. 30. He said a journal entry still had to be made and that Jacobs could Appeal the decision within 30 Days. Ancona said he expected there would be an Appeal. Ohio Tennis coaches select Cindy Crilley Cindy Crilley Cindy Crilley Tennis coach at. Indian Hill High school has been named a coach of the year Quot by the southwestern Ohio High school Tennis coaches Assn. Orca. Crilley�?T8 Tennis team at Indian Hill won the Eastern Hills league championship and went on to win the District and state championships of the orca tournament. Crilley is a graduate of Indian Hill High school and Indiana University. For the past four years she. Has been a physical education teacher and Tennis coach at Indian Hill. Basically judge Cliness decision stated that Madeira a rejection of Jacobs plan to construct a Cluster housing project on 66 acres of land near Kenwood Road and Whetsel Avenue did not constitute a violation of due process of Law. The City a decision to retain the area for single family dwellings As it was zoned did not constitute a violation of the plaintiffs rights or create a danger to Public health safety or morals the judge ruled. A about 27 acres of the land lies inside Madeira City limits the rest of the land is in Hamilton county jurisdiction Jacobs had also filed a suit against the county commissioners for rejecting the plan. That Case was decided in favor of the county and Jacobs has appealed the decision Ancona said. Jacobs had made at least four requests to Madeira Over the past 10 years for approval of the project. In other business Council approved a 1.75 million budget for 1981 which does not include any additions in municipal employees and keeps most divisions operating at about the same budget level As last year. A there is a one or two percent decrease in funds for the police and fire divisions and about a three percent increase in funds for the Public works division a City manager Larry Geis neral fund appropriations include City Council 2,150 contingency 41,000 mayors court 8,149 clerk treasurer 2,224 solicitor 45,698 planning commission 200 civil service commission 200 police division #373,496 fire division 252,629 Public works division 268,308 recreation division 29,305 building division #3,700 administrative division 331,440. Price said the largest Street paving program in the City a history has been included in the 1981 budget at a total Cost of $66,000. Funds also have been set aside for curb repairs at #20,000 and for a a instruction of a Salt bin at 8,000. Major repairs for the Camargo Road Bridge have also been budgeted at 69,477. Bids will be let this Spring. Madeira depends on property and earnings taxes and Federal Revenue sharing funds for its income Price said. Federal Revenue funds will be 50,000 this year 4,000 less than 1980. Total appropriations include special Revenue funds $302,711 Bond interest and retirement fund 87,238 and capital improvement and Reserve fund #10,948. Price said there were no funds set aside in the new budget for Leaf collection equipment. Continued on Page 4. Fourth in Boneling tourney Mickey Peck of 7803 spirea dr., Kenwood fourth place trophy in recent a Queen of boat inf championship from Don Wickersham Hudepohl City sales manager. At right a Jack Moran Wco to sport acaster. The four week Competition waa sponsored by Hudepohl brewing co. And the greater Cincinnati Bowling proprietors Assn. And attracted approximately 400 women from Ohio and Kentucky. Montgomery mayor credits staff for healthy 1980 budget balance by Gail Jordan Montgomery ended 1980 with the largest estimated budget balance in three years and is in sound financial shape for Quot 1981, "according8. To City officials. Mayor Florence Kennedy reported an Esti expenditures contracts Blue Ash starts year with $1 million splurge by Barbara Casson setting a brisk Pace for the new year Blue Ash City Council sped through three ordinances for expenditures and contracts and three motions to solicit bids amounting to Well above 1 million. Included in the bid solicitations will be a contract for drainage improvements at Fox hollow and Glendale Milford Road at a Cost of 65,743. The Fox hollow project became a bitter dispute Between residents and the subdivision Developer during 1980 because of drainage problems and an open detention Basin. The drainage improvements will include the construction of 1,700 feet of storm sewer system along the North Side of Glendale Milford Road. The system will carry water Runoff from the Fox hollow lots and connect into the existing system. One ordinance authorized a contract for Purchase of a new Leaf col Lector payment for transmission repair of a front end loading Industrial waste collection vehicle repair of a Street sweeper renewal of an agreement with an architectural firm for services and Purchase of gasoline and diesel fuel for the year. The City has budgeted $130,000 for fuel in 1981 with Marathon and Este Oil companies. Last year fuel costs were 98,000. A second ordinance authorized contracts with Motorola for repair and servicing radio equipment for police fire and service departments. The City also renewed its use squad contract with the Blue Ash Montgomery life squad not to exceed 75,000. Funding for the squad is provided by Blue Ash and the townships of Sycamore and Symmes according to the average of runs during the last three years to the areas. City manager Victor Suhm said Blue Ash had had an increase in runs which raised the Cost slightly. Firefighter Accident insurance for the Blue Ash Volunteer fire dept was renewed. The Council also approved an ordinance authorizing payment to Moody investors service inc. For Bond rating service and payment of 583 monthly to the Sycamore senior adult Multi service Center for recreation services. Council gave its approval for bids to be solicited for a new contract for the City s waste disposal Sites to replace a front end loader Industrial waste collection vehicle a new residential waste collection vehicle traffic signalization at Reed Hartman Highway Pepper Miu Hunt and Cooper roads. The City has budgeted 148,616 and will let bids for Street resurfacing projects at Kenwood South of Cross county Donjon Belle View East of Kenwood Fidelis do Cima scamper and parts of Brasher. Bids will be let on a project to the Little Bank with the big heart Hows m0n-Sai Nom tb9hjomxiq0ql upori�4 to rte Unnic nutria system i a i 1 Debbie Brooks boasts. Quot i a lost 96 lbs. And 5 a dress sizes in just a few i months and i la never be Gold Silvei c0ihs t Struik we buy Cash payment to a Miri it it the Cut ito Foust we win Janis he. To a Moog 631-2112 or att amp Niimi in l am Dob a Boa Wujs factory �4 to 0utiet m a Gossard Ingerie m m Teddy 6�� m Bodysuit f h g open thru sat ii a httf7t?5 wee Teri control erosion at Southgate. Bids will be let for service garage building improvements printing of the 1981 annual report and a new staff car for the City manager and building inspector. A new vehicle for the fire department staff will be bid along with a Hose Washer and Hose Tower. The Tower budgeted for 40,000 dries the fire Hose without having to spread it on the firehouse floor. In recreation bids will be solicited for improvements to the Mun Cipal Pool 55,900 and amphitheatre #65,400 and construction of offices for the recreation director and assistant director at the civic Center #22,820. Bids will be let for improvements at the Hazlewood Park Ball Field grounds maintenance equipment parking lot Seal coating for the civic Center Golf course and Malsbary Park and lighting improvements at the Tennis courts at the civic Center and Malsbary Park. Start Row to she i pros or warts a i pounds too pick top off to holidays j Call today for a complimentary no 0bli0at10n. I Gatior i i calf today a tri county a 230 Northland by a suit 210 a 7720011 j i off al of pow a Luff a pm my m Suita 105 i �910444 1 red balance of 106,0fe0 a from 1980 arid said to Lei. A there should be no need for a tax increase during the year. Council approved total appropriations for 1981 of 1,894,249 and an ordinance granting a 9.5 percent wage increase for City employees at its Jan. 7 meeting. The total figure in the general fund the amount that will actually be used to run the Basic functions of the City is 1,109,752. The balance is the total of appropriations to special funds. Mayor Kennedy complimented her staff for holding the line on expenditures. Which made the healthier balance possible. Also at the meeting Council confirmed the reappointment of Nancy White to the planning commission Ann Gilton to the Board of zoning appeals and Carl Brieske to the civil service commission. Mayor Kennedy submitted the name of Jack Earl to fill the unexpired term of the Board of Zon ing appeals left by Dave my a appointment last Ponth to the planning commission. Council also accepted the bid of Thompson Chevrolet for two police cruisers at a Cost of 15,710 and authorized a contract with Rumpke inc. For trash pickup at a Cost of 109,560 for 1981, the agreement will have an option that the City could renew the service for an increase of 7 percent per year for up to five years councilman Donald Hess reported that the Warner amex Cable co. Is still past schedule for hooking vol a fit Daneris to the system. The firm has reduced rates for Basic service 1 to 13.95 he said adding that since the service is not yet available Montgomery can to really Benefit from the Price drop. Council president Charles Abbott added his displeasure with the time lag and said that although there is nothing right now Council can to do to Speed up the process a. Record of All complaints. Is being kept for future use. He encouraged anyone with a problem with installation to Contact City hair. Council pabers honoured the late a. James Bee it old Sycamore township trustee with a Resolution and words of Praise. Abbott and councilman Howard Smith recalled their Long friendships with Bechtold and their loss at his death last month. In other action a Council approved to a second Reading three ordinances that will make it possible for mayors continued on Page 4. Lapsed Columbia contract startles Silverton Council Page 2new makers Hudepohl plan again before Montgomery Council. Page 6 Ehl. Braves Lead Page 12happenings. By Mary Ann Doherty councilman John doll had some unsettling news for Silverton Council at the first meeting of the new year. Doll revealed that Silverton a contract with Columbia township to provide fire and life squad Protection has been expired since 1978. Dou a member of the Law and contract committee said the last contract with the township was a two year agreement signed in 1976. In it Silverton agreed to provide services to the township for 700 a month. After dolls announcement of the expiration both the mayor and Council were anxious to have a new written contract drawn up As soon As possible. It however fire chief Paul Steman advised Council to exercise caution when dealing with Columbia township. A the City of Silverton is walking on thin ice a he said in reference to its relationship with the township. Steman was alluding to the Touchy annexation situation involving Columbia township Silverton and Cincinnati. The two cities Are interested in adding the township to their respective municipalities. The area in question is South of pleasant Ridge near the intersection of Ridge and Highland avenues. While Cincinnati is interested Only in. The Revenue producing business District 15 businesses valued at 8.6 million Silverton would like to incorporate both the business and the residential areas. The problem is that Columbia township has no interest in being annexed. According to trustee president James Harmon a there Are no benefits in the annexation Issue aside Steman told Council Silverton would be Well within its rights to both ask for a new contract and discuss a different and inevitably higher figure. He again warned Council to be tactful about it because Quot other fire departments could provide the same services at a comparable it was decided that a monthly contract would be drawn up immediately to cover Silverton for liability while the City attempts to Hammer out a yearly contract with Columbia. As councilman Ken Davis said a this is something we should look into but if we go another month at #700, we won go out of Kenwood Silverton st h interest Topi Wikley Oitim Tousty Xiy Mihk ii Aribert is Lac a to a 891 tt1 i a t929 k��wro00 0�� a Nkoy to in rame mls v o r .c,2 3d a Quot oo1-100

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