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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - January 28, 1981, Cincinnati, OhioLtd Jary Ohio historical Sofia to a 1932 Vela at a a atertt8b<t$� 0h5 o 4211 rate Titi a a a a a Aiti Cincinnat i of 19 my of of f530 monday display advertising amp news Call 531-0234circulation 731-4200 Cincinnati Subt ban new papirs inc. Blue Ash Montgomery a am Berley Village a Indian Hill Madeira pleasant t Ridge a Brecon Kennedy Heights sil ver ton a Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillon Vale Ridgewood Mas of to nth or ltd vol. Xxx no. 26 20c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday Jan. 28, 1981 4415 Montgomery de. Police chief stricken at meeting Madeira names new solicitor Welcome Home american when the 52 american hostages were released after 444 Days of Captivity in Iran last week the nation began a Homecoming Celebration that is still going on. These students from st. John the evangelist showed their feelings by tying 226 yellow ribbons on Trees in front of the school. From left Are Rusty Herzog Carlos Campbell Erin Mccurdy a Lyssa Tegenkamp and Kathy Valentour. At Deer Park High school the band played and the school Belt rang in Celebration As the plane with the hostage left Tehran. Students had been ringing the Bell each Day off the Captivity. Council tackles Public safety needs by Barbara Casson Daniel p. Randolph an attorney with the Law firm of Hicks Ritter and Armstrong has been appointed solicitor for Madeira to replace Timothy s. Hogan recently named a Hamilton county municipal court. Judge. A Randolph a graduate of the Salmon p. Chasm College of Law is a resident of Madeira and has been Active with the Madeira planning commission. He has also done some solicitor work with the City of Silverton. Hogan who was appointed Madeira solicitor last september after the resignation of Perry Ancona submitted his resignation at the Jan. 19 Council meeting. He will succeed Norbert Nadel As municipal court judge. A senior assistant prosecutor for Cincinnati Hogan is also a graduate of Chase College of Law University of Dayton and Xavier University. Hogan said the appointment came As somewhat of a Surprise because he Quot had not submitted his name for consideration to the Post. He said no Date had been set yet for the swearing in. In other business Council paid recognition to Paul Plas a member of Madeira a auxiliary Quot police Force for apprehending an escaped prisoner last november. Plas was recognized for single hand edly subduing the prisoner who slipped away from police while being escorted from a patrol car to police Headquarters inside City Hall. Shortly before Plas received his award. Police chief Phil Hudson who was to present the award suddenly collapsed while standing for the opening prayer and pledge of allegiance. Within seconds the Madeira Indian. Hill life squad arrived and administered first Aid. He was rushed to Bethesda North Hospital. A later report indicated he was in stable condition and City officials reported tuesday morning that Hudson was released from the Hospital later monday evening and was to return to his physician for further tests. Following a week of rest at Home Hudson was Back at work monday morning. Because most of. The Industrial growth strains Blue Ash by Barbara Casson faced with increasing demands for service that have resulted from the City a exploding Industrial growth the Blue Ash police dept cannot do its Job with the present Force and equipment. V sky manager Victor Suhm told City Council members Jan. 22 that the police department a no longer feels it is doing the Job As it would like Quot and City officials Are taking a look at what s needed to keep Pace with the City s Public safety needs. A because most of us Are night residents its difficult to imagine the demands placed on the police by the growing daytime population employed at the industries and businesses a a Suhm doll joins mayor Hunter on Silverton pc Board by Mary Ann Doherty councilman John doll is the newest member of Silver Tony a Community improvement corp Cic John Pohlman treasurer of the pc made the announcement at the Jan. 22 Silverton Council meeting. Mayor Richard Hunter already serves on the Cic Board but two elected officials from the City were required. Council nominated doll and Council woman Helen Cassidy. Doll won by a 6-1 vote of the Cic. Doll credits his win to the fact that he is retired and has More hours to devote to the Cic whereas Cassidy. Works part time. A a in la have More time to browse around and talk to people a doll said. A i guess i can go along with it Quot doll said of his appointment. A a in la try it its another Pohlman also requested finance committeemen ber Edward Colley to earmark some of Silverton a capital improvement funds for Cic. As Pohlman explained Community development funds will cover most of the Cost of acquiring land on Road i which will be turned into a municipal parking Loti but design and development will Cost far More. Colley agreed to consider it. In other business a mayor Hunter read a letter from Cincinnati Gas and electric co. Notifying Silverton of rate increases effective april 1981. A solicitor John Armstrong said he had been in Contact with Columbia township trustee James Harmon regarding a contract requiring Silverton to provide fire and ambulance services to the township. Harmon assured Armstrong there was a contract and agreed to Send the solicitor a copy. Armstrong said he had not yet received it. A councilman Thomas Clinton brought up the possibility of a left turn signal at the Corner of Plainfield and Montgomery roads. The suggestion was referred to Arthur Hackett a traffic committee and he said it would be put on the Agenda of the next meeting. Said its a different world a and the needs Are growing a with More than $100 million in new construction in the last two Suhm has been meeting with the police chief and other officials to develop a five year plan but it Wil be March before it is presented to the Council. He issued a preliminary report of the items being reviewed a department and reorganize a t i. O n staffing needs Job descriptions and maintenance needs a and asked for Council comments. Council members preferred to take seme time to go Over the report but councilman c harks pro tor said he would like to see a breakdown of fhe number of business and residential Calls made by the police. Vandalism is one of the problems constantly surfacing As a Community problem. In the meeting councilwoman Stephanie Stoller reported increased incidents of vandalism in several subdivisions and requested police attention to the matter. And the City managers office and the Mil in ski. Alleviate a problem in Malsbary Park with a group of youths who harass Park visitors and destroy Park property. Initially Council considered. Closing the Park until Spring but then deferred the final decision to the City managers office where it was decided a week after the Council discussion to keep the Park open on a limited basis. The Park is open 1-8 . On weekends and 3-6 . On weekdays with the stipulation that a Park supervisor be present at All times a we done to know How it is working. Its still too Early to Tell Quot said assistant City manager Marvin Thompson Sake. During the meeting councilman Raymond Mcnab flatly refused to vote for adding an ordinance to the City traffic code making parking in a designated handicapped parking area by a no handicapped person a violation saying a we Are not enforcing the parking prohibitions we have on the books Mcnab asked for a total Lowry a optimistic about cd funds bold Silver coins i Sterling i buy Cash payment to it Mai Mark at the Curren of Forest ar0 Williams ave in Norwood 6312112 Oft 7 Days 9 am 11 am there is a some cause for optimism on the matter of fiscal year 1981 Community development cd funds Hamilton county cd director James Lowry reported Jan. 26. Quot we done to expect our 1981 funds to be conditioned the Way our 1980 funds were a Lowry said. A a i think this is some cause for fat hours mon saw Nqomi seized Glass window classes 7mb cmdr Goll ,,4�m to m oo7s but he cautioned that the new administration in Washington could alter the situation especially since president Ronald Reagan has announced his. Intention to Cut the Federal budget. A a we be got to be realistic a Lowry said. A obviously if they Start cutting very deep we May not have All of our 1981 nutria system funding. But we done to expect those funds to be fiscal year 1980 funds were conditioned by a regional office of the dept of housing and Urban development Hud which withheld $5 million in cd funds slated for Hamilton county last july 1. Since then $3 million has been released by Hud after fulfilment of one major condition but the remaining $2 million still is in escrow. Lowfry said he expects that situation to be remedied by the time 1981 funds Are set for release july 1but he added that even if the current situation remains unchanged a it affect our 1981 funding. A a of Jav .311 tor. Other parking prohibition Are being enforced. Suhm said he would ask the police chief to talk to Council at a later meeting and the ordinance was tabled. In other business Council approved an agreement with Cincinnati to House prisoners in the Cincinnati correctional institution for $57.60 per Day but councilman Robert Schueler said a for that Price we ought to be Able to put them up at the Holiday the Council also approved the Purchase of three police radios at $7,164 and authorized soliciting bids for 1981 a police vehicles. Along with a new Public safety plan Council also will be considering income sources for police and fire department personnel salaries. Part of the Money comes from Federal Revenue sharing funds. A a it a unbelievable we Are using Federal Revenue sharing Money which is not guaranteed for such a permanent items As police salaries a Stoller said. Suhm explained that the City charter requires that Only 60 percent of the City a earnings tax can be used for operational Quot costs and 40 percent for capital improvements. A unless we change the charter we Are stuck with using Federal Revenue sharing Money a he replied. A it might be a Good idea for us to consider a charter a proposed use hearing for the 1981 Federal Revenue sharing budget will be held feb. 26 at 8 . And a final hearing on March 26 at 8 . iri l Jonm Rolf or afum j lingerie a a i Vej factory outlet �3 special �4 slips s6 Rij j Zilfi full m open wed thru sat a i i i wsa1 disc jockey join Marks loses 50 pounds with America s lea0in6 weight loss program. John boasts Quot i was never a Between hungry Teveit w44��m41�mb a Between meals my Energy Levels i were always up and Best of All f lost my weight quickly without the Aid of funny pills or strenuous 1 i i i Call that pm a a cmpumeht1rt a m Muc Atim a Amsi Atatim Call today tri county 230 Northland blvd. Suite 210 772-0611 Kenwood 8056 Montgomery id suite 105 litre Noy Tunny i us or strenuous 811-1444 j v of 89 Council members were shaken by the incident and concerned about Hudson mayor Atkins adjourned the meeting Early delaying committee report until the next meeting. Prior to adjournment. Council approved a contract Quot with Truman p. Young and associates to develop plans and specifications for the City spark and ride facility at a Cost of $2.446 and appointed the Southwest Ohio regional transit authority As project manager. Council also a approved a contract with the City of Cincinnati to House prisoners in the Community correctional institution at a Cost of $57.60 per prisoner Day. City manager Harry Price said if co closes this year As is planned some arrangement would have to1 be worked out for Quot prisoners to be1 housed at the county jail. A renewed the Madeira Indian Hill fire co. Contract at a Cost of $247,629. A announced the appointment of a student intern Steven Lee Mills son of or. And mrs. Sanford Mills of Beech Wood. Mills is a second semester Junior at Miami University majoring in Public administration. News Bra efs Kennedy Heights Council approves Kroger plans Kennedy Heights Community Council voted approval of an ordinance supporting plans of the Kroger co to build a new superstore on a Montgomery Road 9ite on which Kennedy elementary school is now located. The vote by More than 75 residents came Jan. 20 after mayor David Mann spoke on the matter and residents had a Chance to voice their feelings. The mayor said he supports construction of the store because it is a probably in the Best interest of the but some residents opposed the construction because they did not want to live near a Large grocery store. The Community Council last May approved an ordinance to support Kroger a plans As Long As three conditions were met that the Community be involved in site selection that the Community and company work together in solving possible traffic problems and that Kroger install a Walkway across its property to allow Access to a Community swimming Pool to be built behind the superstore. Council spokeswoman eame9tine Engstrand said the More recent ordinance of support was passed without these three conditions because the first has already been fulfilled and Kroger officials have agreed to the second and third conditions already. The City planning commission has not yet ruled on the zoning change Kroger has requested in order to be Able to construct the superstore. After the commission rules the matter goes before Cincinnati City Council. Cincinnati school officials have agreed to sell the abandoned Kennedy school and Quot an. Adjoining four acres to Kroger for $215,000. But the Sale is conditional and will not be made unless the zoning change is approved. Madeira names woman to police Force Madeira has appointed u first woman police officer. She is Jill Ann Marcks a criminal Justice graduate of us. Appointed in Early january Marcks began work for Madeira on monday Jan. 26. She formerly was a member of the Security Force at us. Marcks received an associate degree in Law enforcement at us in 1977 and her Bachelor of science degree in criminal Justice last year. She is currently taking courses toward completion of a masters degree in criminal Justice. Her husband is a police officer for Amberley Village. 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