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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - January 25, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioSee How pretty Silverton can be top and Bottom Library Ohio st Sac 11 Tyl id is Avi Oblo 43s1i a ii by a a it j my /. >3/ tan owe of a he in so pole aut Hemd t in a a. A Phifer a it oahu Ofaria we air Neil iii it port a a . A but Mainwa Urhman these sketches a re examples of the Way downtown Silverton could look alter its revitalization is realized. The sketches % Kef co., planners for the revitalization Are not final plans rather they Are examples of design Kef is submitting to Silverton Community improvement corporation pc ice the Agency directing the renew us Effort ltd the planning firm does not recommend drastic changes in the building structures downtown. A unified look Mey be Quot achieved through the use of harmonious colors on buildings signs awnings Street Trees landscaping benches and shelters e report by Kef planner Linda Bryant says. The use of Subtle color for buildings is suggested contrasted by trim in warm colors. Since. Silverton does not have one predominant architectural style the style of new buildings and remodeler buildings May be Modem or May use other architectural themes. A developers of new a infill structures should he encouraged to utilize contemporary architectural design ideas to introduce a striking element to the Street Cape. Such uniqueness whether it be in form or materials or siding should be contained within some limitations such As scale or color to maintain some Harmony and continuity throughout the District. Within such limitations however there is much Altitude for imaginative and innovative design a the report advises a design review Board will be created in the City to approve or deny plans. For new or remodeler buildings in the revitalization Ami according to How they comply with design perimeters adopted by the Cic and City Council. The City Hopes to fund a Large portion of the revitalization through state and Federal Grants. News in Brief Montgomery to have final decision on annexation Hamilton county commissioners approved the application of mrs. Dorothy Rice requesting annexation of her property at 9122 Montgomery re. From Sycamore township to Montgomery. The lot abuts the controversial technical Canter development planned a by the Hixson corp. In Montgomery. Montgomery City Council must make the final decision to accept or reject the annexation. Council has been generally opposed to the annexation proposal on the grounds that it would instigate a zoning change that would threaten the residential areas there. A a in a very that the Hamilton county commissioners would approve the annexation Over the objection of Sycamore township Ovar the objection of the City of Montgomery and against the recommendation of their own professional planning staff, Howard Smith Montgomery chairman of building and planning committee. Robert Manley to represent Indian Hill residents in related matter Indian Hill and Kenwood residents who have organized to oppose the Xee Boksai Gritter office development six. Mont got Irvy wifi tre attorney Manley. Manley also represents kit Wood residents Assoc. The Kenwood association is being supportive of the Indian Hill residents efforts to oppose the t dec a Niclai Center office development. Dick Mckee a spokesman for the Indian Hill residents said the group is not. Just fighting for its own. Back yank but is fighting to preserve the residential character of that ensure stretch of Montgomery re. If the technical Center is developed with offices other residential properties will be zoned commercially Mckee said. Montgomery architect Jagues Sohn said that the Hixson property is suitable for residential development and Ideal for apartments for Well to do widows or retired couples from Indian Hill and Montgomery. Sohn said tie had not Quot yet discussed this Prospect with the Hixson co., owner of the property. Silverton a dolls help teach life saving procedure acres to. To place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 4 00 . Monday display advertising amp slews dial 531-0234 cinch a Nat submit ban newspapers vol. Xvi no. 26 Blue ask Montgomery Amberly Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Sizer Tony Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood mask of ,tion1 is Cine Maiio a Ohio wednesday january 25, 197�&Quot 1115 Montgomery re. Phone 531 -0234 May receive Federal help Snow removal hits by Kim Fiel Ohio governor Rhodes has requested the Ohio department of transportation to gather statistics on Snow removal operations and Roadway conditions from Ohio Munizd parties designated the Silverton life squad will Toon have the equipment to teach cardio pulmonary resuscitation it car a method erf heart Massage and. Artificial respiration used on apparent heart attack victims. Silverton City Council voted Jan. 19 to Purchase Over $1000 Worth of equipment so that the life squad can teach Silverton residents and employees the life saving technique. A Resuali Anne Manikin and Renuad Bahy Manikin purchased by the City Are the most advanced manikins available for teaching and testing. Res Sci Anne realistically simulated the Complete physiological condition found in a human needing cup the technique varies somewhat on children so the baby Manikin simulates a child a response. Life squad members plan to make themselves available to groups and organizations for instruction. Kenwood rezoning approved adjacent to red lobster. The Rural zoning commission unanimously approved the proposal to Quot re a one 4.37 acres of Kenwood property from b residence to do planned multiple residence at their. Jan. 19 meeting. The1 property is located pm Galbraith re. Behind tire red lobster restaurant. The re zoning request will now go before the county commissioners for final approval. The Kenwood residents association has been opposed to the proposal but will attempt no further action to impede it said Bill Parker president of the group. A to engaged. Or. And mrs. Gordon Reed Denker of Madeira announce the engagement of their daughter Jane Patricia to Richard Terrence Lynch of Cincinnati. He is the son of or. And mrs. Richard j. Lynch of chary Hill new Jersey. Miss Denker attends Ohio state University dental school and m a graduate of the University of Dayton. Or. Is a graduate of the Tensity of Pennsylvania and is employed by Procter and Gamble co. The wedding will take place june 17 at st. Paul a methodist Church Madeira. See news of other engagements and wedding in our special bridal sect my lunch u nicer emergency Snow areas for 7 the two week period of Jan., 3-Jan. 20/the statistics will be used in a disaster assistance application that the governor will submit to the Federal government said Bill fair erf the Ohio department of transportation a a Hamilton county was declared an emergency area during the recent record Snow ail and area cities May qualify for some reimbursement am their1 Snow removal costs if the a a cation k approved Ontgomery spent an estimated $10,000 in Snow and ice removal fee that period said Phillip Herrick Montgomery administrative assistant. That figure includes the Quot Cost of 440 Man hours and 246 overtime hours at $5400 and the coat of 18 tons of Salt and 110 tons of Sand. Montgomery had to rent additional equipment at a a Cost of $187. Keep no even main roads Clear during the lengthy snowfall was difficult said Herrick but Snow Crew concentrated on Montgomery Pfeiffer and Cooper roads first Quot then cleared other heavily travelled roads and Side streets. Sycamore township spent approximately $11,000 on Salt and Sand supplies and labor in. The two week period said Sycamore township Road superintendent Harry Jahnigen. Five full time men and 5 men with Snow shovels used 300 tons of Salt and 50 tons of Sand Clearing the roads. Blue Ash has spent an estimated $20,000 in Snow removal this year said Marvin Thompson Blue Ash Deputy City manager. The heavy Snow nearly it depleted its Salt Supply and exhausted the Snow Crews As they worked 12 and 18-hour shifts with four Plowy. Blue Ash received a shipment erf 900 tons of Salt substitute that k supposed to be equally effective As Salt e Crew s priority roads were Kenwood Ami Cooper and through streets. Indian Hill has not completed its statistics but City manager a. Wray wrote described its costs As during the Long snowfall Crews kept roads Clear by blowing spreading Salt sparingly because of its ineffectiveness under 20 degrees and its damage to Road ways and drainage basins. Snow Crews worked to keep Indian Hill and Shawnee run ads. And East West roadways Clear first. Amberley Village Snow Crews were working up to 32 straight hours camping out in Village Hall when necessary said Bernard Bora ten Village manager. Tire Village spent $6465 on Salt and $300 on Sand keeping roads Clear. Ridge. Galbraith and Section were the highest priority roads then the Crews cleared residential Side streets. When possible Crews even slowed private larva to keep Clear in Crow of fire although the City was not required to do so said Karaten. Deer pm re spent $3600 Over the usual running costs including $1600 in Salt and $2200 in labor said police chief Niehaus. Crews emphasized Plainfield. Blue Ash and Galbraith ads. Tiren cleared thoroughfares in and out erf town chiefly Orchard ln., Matson ave., Ohio. And Haxter. Earn scouting highest rank Douglas Goldberg left Otto Horton right and Robert rentier of boy Seoul troop 561, received their Eagle Seoul badges in ceremonies Jan. 15 at Camp Jim b. Indian Hill. Goldberg is the son of or. And mrs. Howard Goldberg of Tiki ave. He b an Honor Roll student at Indian Hill or. High Quot for Quot Bis Eagle project Dong refurbished a budding at the 1h outdoor Educa lion Center. Horton is the son of or. And mrs. Dale Horton Bobb it la. He is a. Junior at in High. For Quot his Seoul project be led the refurbishment of the foot Bridge wad garage at Cuy Jim b. Rentier is the son of or. And mrs. Earl rentier. Duwood la. He attends Xavier High. For his project be directed the repainting of the building w Hieb Bouses the shooters at the Quot in Rifle Range. Double tragedy hits robbery follows fire at Tollgate apartment by Gad pc Friday the1 thirteenth had barely ended when a fire at tire Tollgate apartments 9750 Bunker Hill ln., damaged two apartments filled the Quot building with smoke and sent All the residents to Quot the hospitality motor inn or to relatives houses for the weekend. The situation just got it for Elizabeth Radcliff. Her apartment was me of the Moat heavily damaged and a. Few Days later Jan. 18, it was ransacked and robbed. The fire Ore second in the building in six week began in. The laundry area and spread through the plumbing and electrical accesses in the Wal according to fire officials. The apartments of Elisabeth Radcliff and or. Ami mrs. Allen Phillipson sustained most damage. The rest of the building suffered smoke and water damage. The amount of damage has but Benz order alarms and smoke detectors installed which was done immediately by Tollgate. Rental properties Roger Mcelya said that most of the tenants had continued m Page 2 Fred Benz Montgomery fire marshal said that the two fires Are unrelated. The first started in a basement storage area where fertilizer and cleaning compounds caused a chemical reaction. There was minor damage. Inside ofe the great blizzard of�?T88 pm. 2 new from area councils pm. 4

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