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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - June 18, 1980, Cincinnati, OhioA Afu to Lala p a 1 3 Cut to 0 1 f\j�/rf&c�4t to place a clarified and Call 731-7170 by 3 00 . Monday display advertising amp news Call s31 �?o0231 circulation 731-4200 firemen a festival saturday Deer Park firemen a festival chairman Terry Ott left and co chairman Tom Camp show a replica of this year s festival grand prize a Check for $500. The festival is june 21 in Chamberlain Park 4 to 11 . All proceeds Benefit the Deer Park fire dept and life squad. Cincinnati Subu Fiban newspapers inc. Blue Ash a Monteq Mary a Ambo Ralty Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood vol. Xix no. 47 20 Cincinnati Ohio wednesday june 18, 1980 Mark of pc a Puutio i Mem of 4415 Montgomery ltd. Phone s3 i -0234 Wigser estate North of Village Hall Amberley approves land Purchase by Kyle Kane Amberley Village officials intend to Purchase 3.11 acres immediately to the North of Village Hall and use the land for future expansion of the municipal Complex. Village Council voted june 9 to authorize the Village manager to enter into a contract for the property of the late or. . Wigser at a Cost of $100,000. The land has been appraised at $135,000. Village officials say the Purchase should be Complete by july 1. In recommending the Purchase. John Meuth ing chairman of Council s Law committee pointed out that this is the Only property in the Village available next to the municipal grounds that can be used for expansion. The proximity and reasonable Price were the reasons the committee gave for recommending the Purchase. Whether the existing building will be repaired or razed May de Pend on the outcome of an inspection of the foundation Village manager Bernard Boraten said. The Village is primarily interested in the land however he said the building could be used for storage until a final decision is made. The Only no vote was cast by councilman Walther Meyer. He said he objected to buying the land without designating a specific purpose for its use. In other action Council gave Boraten authority to advertise for bids for Rock Salt. A Early bids ensure a better Price a Boraten said. Last year Amberley Village purchased Salt at $28.10 per ton whereas earlier bidders paid As Little As $24 per ton. According to Boraten Salt Sells this year for approximately $31 per ton a though we have 160 tons from last year currently in storage we feel it would be Wise to submit an Early bid for a 400-600 ton contract to obtain As Low a Price As possible. We always have the option of Selling the excess to neighbouring communities a Boraten exp ined. Village solicitor Stephen Cohen circulated a memorandum outlining the villages responsibility in repairing and improving culverts and Bridges which Are essentially private in use. Numerous requests by Village residents for financial assistance in such improve Deer Park issues one year notes a Bonds finance Road repairs by Roger Kunkel As part of a plan to finance Street repair work in the City this year Deer Park City Council last week passed an ordinance calling for the issuance of $27,000 in Bond anticipation notes. The one year notes which the City obtained at an annual interest rate of it percent were mandated As a result of a re appropriation ordinance passed by Council last month that called for increased expenditures of $89,609 on Street repairs this year. Last Friday Deer Park safety ser vice director David of Leary announced that the John r. Jurgen sen co. Had been awarded the contract for the additional Street repairs. Jurgenson a bid of $78,971.60 was the lowest of four received by the City. Richmond Avenue residents who have been plagued by sewage backup problems in their basements Learned that the metropolitan sewer District mid has begun an extensive study of the sewage problem. According to Robert de Angelis chairman of the Public works committee the most encouraging note about the situation is that mid has agreed to stay on the Job until it determines the causes of the problem. Residents of Richmond Avenue have had sewage Back up problems off and on for 20 years. Council passed to a third Reading at next months Council meeting a proposed new ordinance granting pay increases to members of Deer Park s Volunteer fire dept. Jerry Gruber was promoted to fire Captain and Tom Camp was made a lieutenant. In other action a Council passed an ordinance increasing the annual salary of the City tax commissioner to $3,192.52, a nine percent pay increase. A legislative and finance committee chair Man Robert Schuler reported that a recently concluded audit of City records by the state had uncovered no major errors or discrepancies. Schuler added however that the audit would Cost the City $4,000, twice the anticipated Cost. Housing ordinance on Blue Ash Agenda action will be taken at the june 19 Blue Ash City Council meeting of an news briefs Hunter envisions broader Cic Silverton mayor Richard Hunter said he would like to see the Community improvement corp. Cic a broaden its scope and reach out beyond the Central business District. Hunter who began serving a term on the Cices Board of directors this month said he intends to continue with the present commitment to Complete the renovation of the downtown business District. Also named to the seven member Board was William Balback. Cic president Everett Foster called Hunters presence on the Board a highly although Hunter declined to be specific about his ideas for the Cic he said he thinks the group could become effective in areas other than the Central business area improvements. An appointment is expected to be made soon to fill the Slot of councilman Thomas Clinton. He has resigned from the Cic Board citing health reasons. As stipulated by the Cic charter another appointed or elected Silverton official will be selected to replace him. In accepting the resignation Foster called Clinton a one of the hardest working members of the Deer Park schedules sonar test of Gail drive an air compressor will be used to begin reconstruction of Gail drive around the end of june or beginning of july according to Deer Park safety service director Dave of Leary. The compressor was used on other residential streets but not on Gail drive when repair work was done last year. Gail drive which had been condemned because of water that had undermined it and caused cracks had instead been patched. Now residents Are complaining again of potholes on the Street. Of Leary said that with the use of sonar the City can determine where the cracks and voids Are located beneath Gail drive. The air compressor will be used he said to a blow it the streets patches will then be removed and the Street will be reconstructed. Of Leary added that resurfacing work on Gail drive has been scheduled for next year. A reminder when your Carrier comes to collect for delivery of your Northeast suburban life at the end of this month please remember to pay him 75 cents instead of 60 cents. This Small increase ess than four cents a week helps offset the constant rising Cost of newsprint which has More than doubled in the last few years. For those of you who have paid in Advance your Carrier has been credited with payment. Ordinance which would authorize a cooperative agreement Between the Cincinnati metropolitan housing authority cha and Blue Ash for construction of 16 single family Public assistance rental houses in the Hazelwood sub division. The ordinance was put on hold at the May 28 meeting because Council wished to determine if the City could take any action should the property not be maintained by cha. Among other business Council will discuss Hazelwood civic Center Park improvements a planning commission appointment a motion authorizing the City manager to proceed with Reed Hartman Lane addition South of 1-275 and assume half of the Cost and an ordinance approving Block a of Fallsington Grant subdivision. Also included in the meeting will be a Public hearing on the proposed use of the 1981 Federal Revenue sharing funds. Blue Ash is expecting to receive at least $164,445. Ments prompted the assembling of the memorandum. A the Village is precluded by Law from using Public monies for private improvements unless the impairment affects the Public right of Way Quot Cohen stated. Council also a authorized the advertising for bids to Purchase new police cruisers. The bids will be acted on later in the summer at the time that orders Are accepted for 1981 models. A allocated $3,080 to the police department for Purchase of 11 portable fire pagers from Motorola. It was the recommendation of the police committee that the Home paging units currently in use be replaced by a portable system to increase efficiency in police response time during award Winner Drew Feldon a senior at Cincinnati country Day school cads from Indian Hill won first place in the school s photography contest with this photo. The classroom scene shows David Gonzales of Hyde Park a cads fifth grader in a thoughtful moment. Montgomery schedules charter revision input Montgomery residents will have a Chance to give their views on revising the City a charter during a Public hearing june 26, 8 . At the Montgomery Community building. The hearing is before the 12-member citizens charter review committee. The group has been gathering opinions and suggestions on revisions to the City a 10-year-old charter. The committee plans to suggest Montgomery adopt a City manager form of government rather than the present Strong mayor form. In a meeting last week the group turned Down a suggestion that the mayor automatically be the highest vote getter in Council elections. The committee also ruled out a separate election for the mayor. In most cities with a manager the mayor is a voting member of Council chosen by Council. Another major topic of recent meetings has been the planning commission. How much of the operations and makeup of the commission should be spelled out in the charter it has been suggested that Council members and administrators be voting members of the group. The citizens commit tee is expected to submit a written report on suggested changes to City Council later this year. Council then will vote whether or not to place the proposed changes before the voters. V a inside of Page 2.newsmakers Page 4. Black amp White formula wins boxing club victories Page 6. Life announces total athlete award winners Page 7.Montgomery teen retains swimming title. And. Tee celebrate the arrival of summer with our annual suburban summer supplement. It s filled with things to do and places to go. As Well As regular features such As night beat Norma s Kitchen and Karen Kelly s Art column. Several reds players who live in Csini land Are pictured along with articles on people who have vacationed a bit differently. 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