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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - January 16, 1974, Cincinnati, OhioEor 26th District fix seeks gop endorsement Library Ohio historical 1982.velma ave. Columbus Ohio society la 43211 am Barley Village councilwoman Helen fix has asked the Hamilton county Republican nominating committee to endorse her As a candidate for the Ohio legislature in the 20th District. A petitions have to be ill de with the Board of elections by february 6, so i Hope a decision will come by next week a mrs. Fix mid last. Friday. Quot i be really had it in my mind to seek the endorsement of the committee for two years since i came so close the aet mrs. Fix ran an exhausting Campaign against incumbent state representative John Bechtolt in the Republican primary two i ago losing to him by votary after three recounts were Token. If she receives the nomination mrs. Fix would become the first woman aver to be nominated for the state legislature by either party in. Hamilton. County. Neither party has Ever sent a woman representative to the Ohio House from Hamilton county. A fourth term Council woman mrs. Fix became the first woman Ever to serve on Council in Amberley Village when she Defeated an incumbent in 1967. Mrs. Fix said she has not yet decided whether or not police Rule arson at vacant House Blue Ash firefighters responded to two fires sunday january 6, one police say was the result of arson. Police chief Ron. Sturgill says a fire started on the second floor of a vacant House on Creek re. Was started when a Gas was poured from the second to the first floor and lit with a match. Sturgill said it was Quot at least the sixth Quot vacant House that has been destroyed by anon since August. The Frank Watto Home 11422 Deerfield rd., was totally destroyed by fire after firemen responded to a cell around 10 06 . Police chief Sturgill said six people in the Houm a barely made it out a before Lames that started. In a bedroom destroyed the entire two Story Home. Cause of the blame is not yet known he Asid. To place a classified and dial 731-717% by 6 00 . Monday display advertising a new dial 531-0234 Helen fix a come close she will run should she not be endorsed by Hamilton county republicans. Serving the com mum ties of Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira plea want Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights subvert on Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood Mark or circulation integ Klov vol. Xiii no. 25 Cincinnati Ohio wednesday january 16, 1974 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 five Lane Kenwood re. Rejected Reed Hartman meeting called a farce but residents pleased with outcome the first Quot action plan Quot meeting held in the state of Ohio to encourage citizen participation in Highway planning was labelled a farce in Blue Ash last thursday by one of its designers. However most of the 100 Hue Ash residents who attended the meeting to consider alternatives to building the Reed Hartman Highway left satisfied in knowing that the Highway will he constructed As planned and Kenwood re will not be widened to a five Lane Highway the alternative proposed by Oki. Under a new Federal Law that went into effect in november states Are required to hold Public meetings in Ohio. A action i Ana a when highways involving Federal monies Are to be built. The purpose of the meetings is to encourage citizen input in planning and consequently alternatives to the planned construction must i presented. In the care of the Road Hartman Highway which will eventually extend from Cornell to Plainfield rd., the alternative route presented was the widening of Kenwood rd., which Sycamore township resident state senator Michael j. Maloney has been named Campaign chairman of the 1974 March of dimes Campaign against birth defects which began on new Yean Day. He is shown above with Cincinnati mayor Theodore m. Berry who has proclaimed january March of dimes month. Contributions raised during the annual Appeal help support medical service programs research professional education and Public health information pro Montgomery Park committee named Ramona Shedroff a member of the Oki committee that developed the Quot action plan concept said is not a legitimate alternative because a pro Tion of the Highway has already been completed Quot its a farce on the action plan and on i risen participation because you Are not offering a viable alternate plan As required by Law. When you ask for citizen participation you must offer an. Alternative plan and this is what 1 will report had to the committee. Quot she referred to comments made by City manager Vic Suhm at the beginning of the meeting when a called the alternative a a Legal technicality Quot that was presented Only to fulfil a government requirement. Quot when you Call it Sens to a meeting it must have a legitimate purpose or it citizens mrs. Shedroff said. Quot in a not condemning the City manager or anyone else. They do what they have to do. In a saying is this too late to Oner an alternative if its too late its too Lata Ami citizens should not be asked to come out and speak about things that can t be a portion of the Reed Hartman from Cornell to Creek re. Has already been completed with county and Community improvement corporation Funda. Another portion known at the Quot Kenwood re. Extension Quot has also been completed with county funds. Mrs. Sadhoff said the action plan meetings were designed by Oki because of the Federal Law requiring citizen participation in Highway planning involving Federal Money. The Blue Ash hearing was the first one held in the Arete. Over two million dollars for the unfinished portion of the Highway will come from the Federal government the cite of Blue aah state Issue a monies and the Hamilton county motor vehicle License tax fund. Mrs. Violet rot neck representing the Blue Ash concerned citizen league also said her organization Felt Oki was not presenting any real alternative to the Reed Hartman. Quot you Are presenting an alternate plan Only because you Are required to do to under Federal Law. Your corridor study report outlines the Many disadvantages to the Kenwood re. Alternate plan indicating that the decision Haa already been made to continue Reed Hartman As originally a spokesman for Oki answered that in View of the fact that portions of the Highway were completed before the action plan meeting were instituted Quot the beat we could to with Reed Hartman was to come to you where we Are and present a viable alternative. A show of hands of residents attending the meeting indicated All but one favored building tha 1 Hartman ions a favor of not building Highway at All tha third alternative presented by Oki. The next Stop will be to prepare an environmental Impact statement which will be subject to approval by residents. Quot i wonder if the statement will reveal that the environmental Impact has already hit Blue Ash Quot mrs. Rot neck said. Another resident charged that Trees have already been tora Down a a unnecessarily from Glendale Muford to Creek re. As required by the 1968 Federal Highway act two Public hearings must be held after the environmental Impact statement a completed. Assistant director of transport atom and planning for Oki Richard Bourque said the hearing Are a focal requirement and probably will not result in any Changas in construction of the Highway. The Public hearings Are r Reilly Legal formalities offhand f would say they a not change much. Prac they could do that but chances Are vary Remote that they Bourque said this was because Moat residents seemed to favor the Oki plan As it now stands. Art for others Shroder or. High indent brightened Dreb Well at children s Hoe pita banners they made depleting favorite cartoon character. Money to buy Asa Torii banners was raised by the Sale of Christmas and hanukkah cards made and Prin Art students. Pictured above Are Tim Ormsby John Fields. Mrs. Rudy Wilkinson advisor. With fell la for the by the the club. Wins zone change people still matter Bill Miller learns people matter Bill Millar Learned wednesday. Hamilton county commissioners decided Miller should be allowed to continue operating a Road aids fruit stand at 4600 e. Galbraith re. In Sycamore township. Wednesday they granted him a zone change to make it All Legal. Miller a Madeira school teacher found out he was operating his stand illegally last june when the Hamilton county building department found Hia operation in violation because it was situated on property zoned Only for residence. He had been Selling fruits and vegetables there during the summer months for 12 years. Because his Busine a is a financial necessity Quot in be never made a living from teaching Quot he say Miliar decided to follow the rules of government and seek a zone change. He was met with opposition from the Hamilton county Rural zoning and regional planning commissions who said allowing his business to continue would be Quot spot zoning Quot and he was mat with opposition from building commissioner Glenn o. Haubrock who Asid he was in Quot flagrant violation of building and zoning Quot they told my attorneys that we did no to have a Chance Quot Miller said. Quot they told me it could never he approved because it was a pot zoning and the com a Laakonen weren to going to approve but they did. Commissioners John held and Robert Wood granted Miller the zone change for 60 feet of his property with the condition that he seek rezoning for an �00 feet he additional 200 As parking from the county Board of zoning appeals. Because both the Rural zoning and the regional planning commission recommended against the change normally an affirmative vote by All three commissioners would have been required for Miller to have been successful. But commissioner Robert Reckman was absent when commissioners heard the Case in november and abstained from voting last wednesday. Miller believes Hia win was due the tremendous amount of Public support and publicity a received. He his family and some of Hia students at Madeira a sell Man school passed out 16,000 flyers urging that people write commissioners supporting his cause. Commissioners were deluged with letters and neighbors turned out to support Miller at Public hearings. Quot i really did no to expect to win Quot he said. M1 was pure that people really did t matter that much. My attorneys did no to think so either. They tool me it was More of a matter politics and who you knew. Its sort of done me Good to know that people matter.9�?T Millar still facet the problem of having everything but the actual fruit stand property rezoned to customers will have a place to Park. Quot if i Don t get the parking in a not much better of than before. I Don t Aee How they can possibly zone 50 feet then take tire rest away from us by not giving us the parking. What happens to Miller and his fruit if the parking is not panted Bill Miller Hee Learned not to give up without a fight. Quot tva got one More Ace up my sleeve a a he says a but i done to think we ought to get that into print at Bethesda Madeline Williams 3916 st. Johns ter., was treated for Shock and taken to Bethesda Hospital by Deer Park life squad Jan. 9. Mayor opposed nine Montgomery residents a member of the recreation commission mayor Robert Novak and three councilmen have been appointed to serve on a Public committee to study recreational land needs for the Community. Roger Aemi chairman of the Parks and recreation committee of Council said the committee members a were picked by the Council committee and Council president Howard Smith at a meeting held last wednesday. Residents serving on the committee1 include Chuck Abbott Dick Heareth Nancy Lowery Katie Hinricks John Hugenberg Bob Buster Dee Eberhard de Driver and mrs. William Hindrick serving from the recreation commission will be Rob Nitzler with another member to be appointed later. Council members serving include members of the Parka and recreation committee Florence Kennedy Alma Blazic and Aemi who will serve As chairman. Quot we chose them the members for a number of reason location for one thing also the to Lente they Quot could contribute and their abilities to be hard workers Quot Aemi said. A we wanted an Active committee so we chose people we thought were All Active people. A Aemi said efforts were made to choose members who could represent different areas of the City. The committee has been Given until March to make a. Recommendation to Council concerning tha Purchase of Park land for the City Costa and a target Date for deadline for All Church school and club news is Friday noon for the following wednesdays paper. Deadline for All other news is monday at noon. Deer Park dems slash waste fees Deer Park mayor William Kleiman says he wont sign an ordinance approved by the City a five democratic councilmen to reduce waste collection fees by one half in 1974. Council voted 6-1 thursday to reduce waste collection foes from $24 to $12 and finance the balance out of Federal Revenue sharing funds. The Lone Republican councilman Dennis Mckeown voted to defeat the ordinance. Kleiman says he wont waste collection fees now and also next year. We have Ai balance of about $7,700 in this budget that can be used next year. Well just have to tighten our veto the measure which would mean Council would have to override his veto at its january 24 meeting in order for the reduction to go into effect. But he will return it unsigned with a list of Hia objections. Contacted later Kleiman. Mid he still favors a proposal he made last september to reduce the foes by $4 and apply $10,-000 in Revenue snaring Money to Quot waste collection. A Light. Now we re Collee Ting about $64,000 from the garbage feet. This Way instead of giving Back $10,-000 to the resident wed be giving Back $32,000 and we re Bard pressed for Money this year. Its just not financially Kleiman said he signed a $469,000.00 appropriations ordinance also passed by Council with reservations because to continue spending at that level next year would bring the City into a deficit. He pointed out that this year s revenues include a $51,000 carryover in Revenue sharing funds that will not be available next year. A Kleiman said he believed a tax increase would be a necessary to fond a similar budget in 1975. Democratic councilman Francis Healy said he thinks the City can afford s 50 percent reduction inner rates waste collection fees for 1974 Are As follows $12 for each living unit for the period january through december 1974, if payment is made in Fon by february 15. $7 for each living unit each half year payable february 15 and july 15. Waste fees tie tha Ras Pona i Milit y of the property owner. Checks should be made payable to the City of Deer Park and should not be combined with any other payment to the City. Quot its my feeling that any Money you collect from the people Revenue sharing Money should be expended and not be put in the Bank to draw according to City charter when an ordinance is left unsigned and a not vetoed the legislation automatically takes effect within 10 Days after it is passed which Means the reduction will be effective this Friday. Quot they the democrats made a political commitment. Which they now have kept Quot Kleiman said. / in other Council action a Joseph Ziegler was named councils representative to the Oki. Board of trustees. A the Southern Ohio Bank was named As a depository for the City. A it was reported that the City has Haa no persons involved in traffic fatalities for Over 1000 Days. At general Dennis Glatting 7216 Delaware ave., was taken to general Hospital Jan. 8 by Deer Park life squad. He suffered injuries to his head and nausea a the result of a fight in the Deer Park High school locker by two if you re interested in. Candlelight dinners for two soft music under the stars engagements and frills for brides you la love our a especially for brides Quot tabloid in today a paper. Be up to Date on newsy notes for Csini classifieds Auto Accident sue Sunstie 4909 Rel Leum was involved in an Auto Accident at Cross county and Ridge re. Jan. 9. She suffered a possible broken or sprained wrist bruises Ana lacerations. Inside of dark morning not ular with most Page a armed robberies a in Silverton Page 2. Madeira to Rei building permit schedule Page 14. Reader writes a str about Woodward Page Buckley Lerner town Hall Page 5

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