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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - July 04, 1979, Cincinnati, OhioMews Bra efs Deer Park accepts Camp Street ply during a special Council meeting june a led by Helen Camp chairwoman of Council Mem Bers accented the Street Imp designed by Helen cd works committee Deer Park tent plan the Public the $30,000 Camp plan amends a $lbq,00p improve / i Healy. J according to Camp All so axed Nch i Mem Bers at the meeting voted for the measure despite protests to the plan during discussions at this and previous meetings. Councilman waiter Trischler was unable to attend. The plan that will be implemented Calls for the City to borrow $30,000 in notes for repaving done this year and it provides for All Deer Park streets to be repaired and maintained Over a three year period Healy s plan was to borrow the $130,000 in notes and repair All streets this year according to Camp her plan a a expands the Healy plan by prioritizing Street condition needs traffic patterns and organizing work areas. Sycamore twp. Trustees choose Warner Cable Sycamore township last week passed a Resolution indicating its intention to1 sign a contract with Warner Cable corp., providing the township is granted the Power by a Dill now in committee in the state townships Are not permitted under the Ohio revised t. A . A a pm a Wii Otliss disc la wac a code to enter into any contract without the approval off the stole legislature its governing body. The Bill introduced by Sycamore township to its state representatives would empower townships that do not already have such an agreement to sign a Cable television contract and charge a franchise fee said Kenneth Schneider Sycamore township attorney. The Bill is designed specifically for Cable television and not other contracts explained Frank Deandrea township clerk. Sycamore township must now wait for a vote by the legislature before it can take any further action on the Cable television contract de Andrea said. A 35? Reading incentive Aik Penrod. Left children s librarian at the Madeira Branch entices Kathryn Olson to sign up for the summer Reading program entitled books passports to your the1 pamphlet they1� bedding Lista books to read in Observance of the International year of the child. Each child who Enrols is Given a membership card and bookmark. After they have read eight books children receive a Frame Able certificate. Last year More than 11,-ooo youngsters signed no for the program offered at All Hamilton county libraries. Pleasant Ridge Man named to in group Thom As. Powers of pleasant Ridge has been appointed to the 1979 National in Day committee. The committee is composed of More than 1,000 business and labor leaders 1979 Day the to help direct the United nations program across country. Powers is president of the Conrad Spring co. In Day is observed oct. 24, the anniversary of the United nations. Powers and other committee members were officially inaugurated june 4 at a dinner held in the new York Hilton. Before the dinner the committee toured the in Headquarters and attended a reception hosted by in Secretary general Kurt Waldheim. The in Day Observance is designed to create better Thomas Powers understanding and support for us policies in the in and stimulate Public discussion of International issues. Powers plays a key role in in activities in Cincinnati. He and his wife Marlene live on Ridge re. Is historical society 1982 Velma ave. Column a Ohio 43211 lir . Pos Taos a 10 cd incl Mwafa i i pc it m. 95 30 Happy independence1 t staff photos Courtesy of Clermont newspapers inc to place a classified and Call 731-7170 by 4 00 . Monday display advertising amp news Call 531 -0234 Susun cd Nch a Nat us Bimbane newspapers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillon ale Ridgewood Mark 0f circulation integrity vol. A Vail no. 49 20c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday july 4, 1979 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531 -0234 homeowners Battle $10,000 assessment by Gail Jordan Montgomery residents Hope that Federal Money would be found to help them confront an average $l0,qq0-per-Bome sanitary sewer assessment has been flickering like a Candle in the night. But that Candle was doused last week when Council Learned that the search for funds has reached a dead end. It seems the main problem is most of the residents along the planned Weller and Weil roads and Arcturus ave. Sewer line Are too affluent for Federal Aid. Summing up a memo from Montgomery mayor Fred Young administrative assistant Phillip Herrick told Council june 27 that the administrations search has exhausted every known source of Money without much Success. The Only possibility for some Relief is through the Federal Community development program but Only six of the 88 property owners have income Levels that qualify them for Grant consideration he said. These Are primarily elderly people on fixed incomes. More than 60 of the property owners along the pro posed line have objected to their assessment and have asked for a review by the Council appointed assessment equalization Board said Richard duster Borg City solicitor. For most the hearing will be a frustrating experience since the Board cannot make any recommendations on the fairness of the total project Cost. The Board can Only weigh possible inequities in the distribution of the Cost. Due to the number of cases the hearings will be spread Over two nights july 16 and 17, Dusterberg said. Montgomery Council declared the project necessary last March. Over the years the City has heard continued complaints about the condition and smell of the Stream in which the private sewage a a facilities Drain. Until last August when the Polk a run trunk line went into operation the Only Means of treating sewage was through private septic or aerobic tanks or treatment plants. According to the administration the area has been developing for nearly 20 years and with the growth the problems with the Stream have gotten worse. Quot Council also Learned that the Ohio environmental Protection Agency is testing the extent of pollution in the Stream. Results of the tests and,.the assessment equalization hearings will be considered by Council when it make a final decision on the project possibly in August. Greek festival aides area people helping to plan the annual panegyric greek festival Are from left. Or. And mrs. Richard moraites of Indian Hill Artie Argeros of Madeira and or. And mrs. James Kereiakes of Indian Hill. The festival will be held july 13, 14 and 15 at holy Trinity st. Nicholas greek orthodox Church 7000 Minton re. Traditional dances will be demonstrated july 7 at 7 30 . In the Church. Sycamore leads drive for township Bills by Kim Feil Sycamore township is taking a major part in trying to strengthen township government in Ohio. Of nine Bills pertaining to townships now in the state legislature seven have been suggested to state representatives by Sycamore township. This is the largest number of Schneider Sycamore township attorney. A a we have just taken the Bull by the horns pinned Down our problems and gone to our state representatives to get some Relief a said James Bechtold. Township trustee. Under Ohio state Law the authority of township government is vested in the township Bills to be in Jok Quot state legislature Schneider state government since Saia. Townships have state representatives can remember said Kenneth we Gate residents Developer reach Compromise agreement by Gail Jordan we Gate in. Residents and Industrial Developer Charles Kubicki have hammered out an agreement on development of one of two lots in the neighbouring a a acres for Industry Pant. Blue Ash Council unanimously approved the Compromise development plan during Council session june 28. The residents and Kubicki had been at Odds since april when bulldozers cleared a stand of mature Trees that formed a Buffer Between the Park and their Homes. Under the development plan for lot 11. The Developer will provide a fund of $5,000 for plantings to be chosen and p anted % we Gate in. Residents. City officials had s a plated approximately $10,000 Worth of evergreens be planted in an earlier version of the ordinance. Under the agreement the Developer will deed the 40-foot Buffer zone to the City of Blue Ash. The land probably will be deeded to the residents who will maintain it City officials said. Other stipulations in the agreement include a Brick on All exterior Walls. A no lights May Shine onto residential property. A All exterior air conditioners propane tanks and dumpsters must be sound and visually screened. A no outside operations including Dock work will be permitted Between 6 . Ami 8 . No overnight truck parking or trailer storage is permitted. The Only exception is if a truck is in the process of be ing loaded or unloaded at quitting time then it May remain parked for up to 48 hours. A no explosive or toxic materials Are permitted to be handled used or stored. A future construction would be limited to a building no More than twice the Square fooling of the planned building. Limited authority to govern themselves. Of the seven pieces of legislation proposed by Sycamore township House Bill 352 would Grant townships the authority to enter into contracts with Cable television companies and charge a franchise fee which would become part of the townships Treasury a Bill just introduced Calls for redistribution of the Gas tax to townships in proportion to the number of Miles of township Road ways. Currently the Gas tax earmarked for Road maintenance is divided equally among the townships. House Bill 563 would allow townships to provide for township employees unused sick leave to be converted to Cash upon their retirement. The retiring employees would receive a Days pay for every four sick Days not used. House Bill 408 would give township trustees the Power to hire an appraiser to appraise property before the township purchases it. Currently townships have the Power to buy the land but not have it appraised without state government approval. This Bill has passed the House by a vote of 82-2 and is now in the Senate Schneider said where he expects a similar outcome. Rep. Helen fix introduced a township Bill which would reduce the number of Days before an election that trustees could submit a tax Levy Issue to be placed on the ballot for resident vote. Bill 707 would clarify the Powers of townships to rent or lease township facilities. This Bill has just been introduced Schneider said. Now in House committee hearings Bill 117 requests that townships with population Over 6,000 and the Board of county commissioners be Given limited legislative Powers to make such Laws As would Benefit the Community without having to ask the state legislature. The Board of county commissioners is also governed by the state legislature and also has limited Powers of its own. Two other Bills have passed through the Senate with amendments and Are now Back in the House for further discussion. These Are not the work of Sycamore township but would Benefit it. The first asks that townships be allowed to hire an attorney to represent them in annexation hearings Wilh any City. Townships Are unincorporated areas and therefore Are open to be annexed without the Opportunity to debate the annexation themselves. This Bill would be particularly Perti nent for Sycamore township Wilh the recent debates Over annexation of part of the township to Montgomery. The last Bill would give authority to establish a a 25 Mph Speed limit in residential subdivisions. They now have no such Power Schneider reps. Helen fix Robert Taft Richard Finan and Jerry Leubbers have been a instrumental in getting these Bills into the state legislature a Schneider said. They have introduced or co sponsored them he explained. Inside of what s More american than Flag waving editor s opinion Page 2 who is raking news find out Page 2 Montgomery closer to environment tax. Page 3 area swimmers win win win. Page 8 st. Saviour grabs co Crown Page 13 de Sale i a 7329 Kwh Wood a vow osric it wooo skewing the economical solution 120 i Reg. A 44900 379 a with this Coupon Montgomery Cyc Iery l-j&bm., Ter Oak charter Oak savings 4069 e. Galbraith Road

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