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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - June 11, 1980, Cincinnati, OhioAbr m a a 2 Ina a to a Jack u sous 0hi3 4�?�t, to place a classified and Call 7317170 by 3 00 pm. Monday display advertising amp news Call 531 -0234 circulation 731-4200 of i 3 9 it i 5 Cincinnati us Bimbane newspapers inc. Sola cites Rev Gable the Rev. Carlton k. Gable left of All saints episcopal Church in pleasant Ridge receives an award from or. Edmund c. Casey at the annual meeting of the southwestern Ohio lung association Sola. Gable was honoured for his contributions to the association and hours of Volunteer time. Or. Casey is a former president of Sola Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne diploma let Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity vol. Xix no. 46 20c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday june 11, 1980 4415 Montgomery ltd. Phone 531 -0234 Amberley Kenwood hardest hit by Tornado damage estimated at $1 million Rotar after the june 2 Tornado passed through the area clean up began. Amberley Village councilman Walter Meyer helps Harold Evans saw up a fallen tree at his Lynn Haven drive Home. The photo was taken by Bernard Boraten Village manager. Below pier 1 imports lays in ruins after the roof collapsed in the heavy winds. Photo by Gall Jordan. V v by Perry Cooper the june 2 Tornado that whipped across suburban Cincinnati caused As much As $4 million in damages including perhaps $1 million in the use area according to preliminary estimates released by Hamilton county civil defense. Civil defense director Liore Maccarone said june 6 that there were Only minor injuries in the sudden storm that inflicted most of its damage in the life area in Amberley Village and Kenwood. Madeira High schools commons building also was severely damaged. Figures released by Maccarone list Amberley Village s private property damage at $250-500,000 and Kenwood sat $50-100,000. Madeira was said to have suffered about $25,000 in private property damage with Deer Park taking less than $10,000 in Tornado do age. Maccarone caution it that these Are a prel luminary figures subject to adjustment a and indicated that the figures would Likely be adjusted upward As a careful review of the matter was undertaken. In Amberley the Tornado destroyed More than 30 Large Trees and damaged 28 Homes on Arbo Crest drive Arbor Crest court and Lynn Haven drive Village manager Bernard Boraten reported. The storm Cut a Swath All the Way across the Northeast Section of the Village Boraten said. He estimated total damage at More than $200,000. There were no t a Ned 4�tm-related injuries. Residential sections of Canmore township also suffered damage. Hardest hit was the area around Kugler Mill Road and Beech Avenue in Ross Moyne reported Harry Jahnigen township superintendent. There the Tornado blew Over several Large Trees that crushed sections of five Homes. No one was injured. More to i an 100 Homes in Rossmoyne and Dillon Vale suffered some sort of property damage he said. Preliminary estimates of damage in the township total More than $250,000, he said. Township maintenance Crews should have cleanup operations completed by the end of the week Jahnigen said. An estimate of $300,000 in damage was Given for Madeira High but Madeira City schools supt. John Rahe said �?o1 done to know where that figure came from. We simply do not have any sort of Dollar figure available at this of the five buildings on the Madeira High Campus three were damaged by the Tornado. Two were not badly damaged and were operable for the last week of school but the commons building was hit hard. Rahe said the building houses dining services food supplies drama equipment auditorium a Nautilus room and other items. After the Tornado was through with the facility he noted a you could see the sky from 1 _ the twister opened gaping holes in the roof peeled the tar and Chip covering of the roof off its Sheet Metal base blew some vents open twisted Metal door frames and ripped nearby Trees out of the ground. A it also ripped four doors off the Industrial arts building a Rahe added. School continued at a pretty much Normal Pace because students were scheduled for exams All week Rahe said and the commons building was not needed for that. Maccarone said the communities that suffered the Tornado s crushing blow did not waste time bemoaning their Fate. A fall of the communities did a tremendous Job of getting right to work on it a he said adding that work had begun in Many places within hours of the devas Tating storm. The county civil defense office is coordinating Community efforts to assess damage and apply for a countywide major disaster designation by the government. Asked where that Effort stood june 6, Maccarone replied a the first phase collection and consolidation is completed. The county commissioners will meet on it the disaster designation request Early next week and we expect them to act on if the commissioners approve the request it passes on to gov. James a. Rhodes office and if approved there it continues to the Federal emergency management Agency in Washington . News Bra efs Public hearing set on Sycamore drainage the Board of Hamilton county commissioners has scheduled a Public hearing for wednesday july 9, 9 30 ., room 224, Hamilton county courthouse to receive comments on facility planning in the highpoint area segment of the Sycamore Creek drainage Basin. The Agenda includes a presentation by the metropolitan sewer districts Msj consulting Engineer of the facilities planning work done the alternatives investigated and evaluated procedures used in evaluation and ranking the alternatives and the alternate selected for implementation. Statements by concerned and interested groups begin at 9 55 ., Public comment at 10 05 Copies of the facility plan report for the highpoint area segment of the Basin will be. Available on or about june 16 for Public inspection at the mid office 1600gest st., between8 And 4 30 p.nr-. Monday through Friday. Montgomery accepting july 4 Parade entries Montgomery residents with an old car horse Bike costume float or a reason to March Are invited to participate in the Montgomery july 4 Parade. Trophies for the Best floats or marching units will be awarded by the Montgomery women s club. Trophies for the Best horse entries and Best decorated bikes will be awarded by the Montgomery recreation commission. Parade time is 11 Following Assembly at Sycamore Junior High at 10 15. Bikes Only will assemble at Montgomery elementary school at 10 15. For additional information or to Register entries Call Becky Cassidy 791-0877, Juanita Conklin 793-0515, or Jack Page. 791-7291. Inside Ide pc jul Page 2.More letters to dad new makers Page 4.mac Mcfarland and Jerry Wynn two special fathers Page 8.sports scene Page 15.happenings Page 20.Madeira mulls Cable commitment my dad is very special because he plays with me. He likes baseball just like me and that helps. He is very Nice too. He works at a special company called . He does a lot of things that take time to do for me and he s my Only dad. David Wolfenberger 5066 Brasher a veto expected on Montgomery plan by gait Jordan Montgomery mayor Florence Kennedy said she intends to veto an improvement plan for Montgomery Road approved by Council last week. Council approved a plan for improving Montgomery from Perm Road North to schoolhouse Lane by a 3-2 vote. The plan Calls for widening Montgomery to 44 feet with four lanes. Between Perin and Mitchell farm Road the Width would be 52 feet to allow for a turning Lane. A the comprehensive traffic study has made it Clear that the future traffic volume on this Section of Montgomery Road can Only be accommodated by a four Lane Roadway with restricted left turns or by a four Lane through Roadway with a left turn Lane a Kennedy said when announcing her intentions to Council. Since Access to businesses in this commercial area is essential she reasoned that the City should construct a four Lane Roadway wide enough to be re striped to five lanes in the future if needed. She also told Council that nearly $70,000 has already been spent to get the project to this stage and significant changes would result in additional costs and delays. A the reduced plan will realize Only an estimated $60,000 savings a she said. A a this savings is insignificant if the Roadway will need to be torn up and reconstructed in the future to provide for the projected traffic the administration had recommended that Montgomery be widened to 55 feet with five lanes. Council rejected this plan last Bike safety inspection scheduled in Silverton Hamilton county bicycle safety inspections has scheduled its annual Silverton inspection for tuesday june 24 at sil Verton Layfield 10 ,-2 . The bicycle safety program started in 1949 As a joint venture of the Hamilton county sheriffs patrol and the coca cola bottling works co. This years program includes More than 50 inspection dates in More than 45 greater Cincinnati communities including North Coin 1 Sterling we buy Cash payment Ted s Market at the Corner of Forest and William s ave. In Norwood -m.w�. Era Kentucky Clermont and Butler counties. The summer inspection program ends with the 24th annual All Hamilton county bicycle championships. Outstanding bicyclists from each inspection will compete for the championships the contest will include an inspection written examination and an obstacle course. Winners and runners up will receive prizes provided by coca cola such As bicycles radios cameras and Many More. The inspections Are free and each participant receives a bottle of coca cola. Each boy and girl who qualifies for the championships will receive a Carton of coca cola. Month by the same 3-2 split. Councilmen James Johns Donald Hess and Howard Smith voted to approve the 44-foot-wide version while Council president Chuck Abbott and councilman Robert Moore voted to reject it. An amendment widening the Road to 50 feet with striping for four lanes was rejected by Council with the same 3-2 vote. According to the City a charter the mayor has 10 Days after the vote to notify Council of the veto and give written reasons Why. Council then must act on the question at the next regular meeting. In this Case the next meeting is councils work session on june 18,8 . Where official votes Are not usually taken. At present it seems unlikely that any improvements on the City a main Road will be possible this year. Council does not currently have the four votes needed to override a veto. Improving Montgomery Road was this years top priority in the City a Long Range capital improvements plan. The project is estimated to Cost $855,000. At press time mayor Kennedy said she had not yet received the approved Resolution for her action. What effect this will have on future capital improvement projects in the City is Uncertain. Mayor Kennedy said she and her staff have been working to Complete the list of projects for next year. She said the list May be ready for Council by the june work session. In other action Council a approved an ordinance designating the Home of Tom and Gail Kelsch As a City landmark. The Home is at 7967 Cooper re. A approved the appointment of Brian Manley As student member of the City a recreation commission. Appointed by mayor Kennedy Manley will serve from a one year term beginning this month. A approved a Resolution supporting the one percent sales tax Levy sought by the southwestern Ohio regional transit authority sorta to finance mass transit in the county. A approved a Resolution supporting Bethesda North Hospital administrations request for a 36-bed addition. Corva the regional health planning Agency is expected to act on the request this year. A Learned that june 16, 7 30 . Has been set for a Public hearing on the proposed zoning of the recently annexed land including Sycamore High school. The hearing will be at City Hall. The planning commission has recommended residential zoning that closely corresponds to the areas previous county zoning councilman Smith said. Mcelwee amp Mcelwee attorneys at Law John l. Mcelwee Mary h. 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