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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - June 28, 1978, Cincinnati, Ohio4th of historical society 1982 Velma ave. Columbus Ohio 43211 l ii to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 400 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531 -0234 Cincinnati submit ban newspapers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery Amberly Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillon ale Ridgewood Mark or of curation integrity vol. Xvi no. 48 15c Cincinnati. Ohio wednesday june 28, 1078 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 re parking Issue even hotter than taxes pocket courtyard creates pretty Oasis this pretty pocket courtyard was created by Suzanne Schenk owner of the Iron Kettle located in Boris Berger s Mohawk building. Many downtown owners have added to the City s renovation efforts through landscaping and Brick work on their own properties. Photo Nancy Call. See special news of Madeira inside others speak for More control dog lovers pack Leash Law hearing Madeira sets july 4 Parade Madeira american legion Post 4412�?Ts annual Parade will be tues., july 4. Ii . All participating parties should assemble at the Madeira High school parking lot beginning at 10 30 . The Parade will kick off the final Day of the american i regions 4th of july weekend festival Ai the Madeira City Park starting on saturday july 1st. There will be rides for the kids food drinks prizes a softball tournament and fireworks to wrap up the feet Vita is tuesday night. Bring the family and have a Good old fashioned 4th of july. Fourth fest begins saturday in Madeira the four Day fourth of july festival sponsored by the Madeira american legion past �412 begins this saturday july 1, 3-11 a. At Madeira Park behind Sellman school not on Dawson re. As was printed in life a few weeks ago. The Celebration will feature a four Day softball tournament Booths refreshments and a spectacular fireworks display on the fourth. The festival will be 3-11 . Sat., sun., and tues. And 6-11 . On monday the Revenue from. Quot this festival will determine whether the Madeira Post �412 can continue operating. Festival starts Friday the Blue Ash civic league and ladies auxiliary Are again sponsoring the annual five Day Blue Ash fourth of july festival beginning june 30-july 4, 6-11 . Each Day at the civic league grounds Alma ave., behind the Strawser funeral Home. The festival will feature rides a Beer Booth games and a Kitchen with food said Bob Schueler president of the league. The indies auxiliary will have a Hake Sale and Man a cold drinks stand. The ladies will also hold a drawing for a handmade afghan and macrame Plant hangers with plants. July 4 fest in Deer Park Deer Park will hold the annual Independence Day festival on tues., july 4, 4 until 11 ., at Chamberlain Park. The festival will be kicked off with a skydiving show. The band a night watch will perform first at 5 15 . Followed by a magic show with a professor Pryor and his magnificent assistant a a and again at 7 . One of the Best fireworks displays in the area will take place at ii . A proceeds will go to the Chamberlain Park fund for added improvements to the Park. This years chairman is or. Rod Grimes and the co chairman is or. Paul Haeufle. By Kim Feil about 100 emotional a dog lovers packed into Indian Hills mayors Chambers monday june 19 for a Public hearing to discuss the Issue of a proposed Leash Law for Indian Hill. A hand count at the end of the boisterous ll/2-hour meeting revealed that a majority preferred to let the present dog ordinance revised at the City councils May .30 meeting stand. Charles Yeiser chairman of the safety committee in charge of handling the dog question began by explaining the new taw that revised an earlier ordinance requiring two signed complaints before Quot any action could be taken. The revision reads that a dog owner can be taken to. Court and fined up to si00 after one signed complaint is filed against him. Mayor Andrew Hauck opened the hearing with a a let a keep our voices up and our tempers Down a As he glanced around the room at the standing room Only crowd hedging in anxious to voice opinions. A it looks like there Are a lot of pro dog people Here a whispered one resident. A there have been a a substantial number of people putting in More complaints particularly in the More populated areas a Yeiser said. Captain William Wiebold of the Indian Hill rangers i presented statistics of dog related complaints and a study of the solutions used by surrounding communities. In a 12-month period beginning june 1, 1977, 81 dog Quot grievances including 2b bite reports 18 damage to property complaints 26 Barking Calls and 11 reports of dogs putting someone in fear were filed with the Rana ers Wiebold reported. Montgomery employs a part time dog Warden who enforces the Leash Law by picking up stray dogs on sight he explained. Madeira also has a Leash Law but it is enforced Only on resident complaint Wiebold found. Ai Castrucci an Indian Hill resident who attended the May 30 Council meeting challenged the statistics quoted by the rangers at that meeting and did a study of his own inside by contacting police chiefs of surrounding communities and comparing their dog complaints to Indian Hills. A we Are the most bitten Community in the he said. He also determined that one in 23 Indian Hill residents would be victims of dog bites based on these statistics. Captain Wiebold said Casl Ruccio a figures were a a Complete misunderstanding Quot because be had. Based his findings on an improper set of figures. One of the major disputes at the hearing was Over identifying the dogs causing the problems. A How can we file a complaint when we can to even identify the dog a asked one frustrated resident. Several other residents cited repeated incidents of continued on Page 24 Oft by Gail Jordan say the words a recreational vehicle and a parking restrictions in the same breath and there will usually be an argument. The limits some cities have set on parking and storage of the growing numer of rvs has sparked loud protest from re owners and has been battled All the Way to the us supreme court. Blue Ash is the site of the current recreational vehicle debate. Blue ashes zoning code does not permit parking recreational vehicles or other vehicles in front Yards or driveways. Re owners began loud protests when several of the vehicles were tagged after neighbors complained. The vehement complaints made it evident to City officials that an amendment to the zoning ordinance was needed to set limits on recreational vehicle parking on private property. Montgomery tried to set limits on parking for recreational vehicles but shelved the idea after hearing protests from the re owners. Madeira is considering an re ordinance now. A the zoning code in Blue Ash says what Tuff be done in a front Yard a said Robert Mcconaughy City solicitor. Parking vehicles Lance r. Cornette a untimely death june 13 was a Shock to his family and friends. Lance was the son of or. And mrs. Donald r. Cornett 7795 Jolain dr., Montgomery. Suffering Only from a broken ankle Bone he was admitted to Bethesda North Hospital late monday night 5une 12. A he died the next Day from As yet undetermined complications following surgery. An autopsy report is expected by today. Lance 13-years-old, had Joist graduated from eighth Moore to be honoured by Madeira since Madeira City Council cannot legally spend City funds Quot to posthumously Honor Fred Moore designer of Santa a workshop display at Madeira train station members will pay for a Pla que in his Honor themselves. The $100 plaque will be installed at Madeira train station. The Santa workshop has been d e 1 i g h t i n g m a. D e i r a. Children at christmastime for years. Early deadlines because of the july 4 Holiday there will be Early deadlines for the edition of july 5. Deadline a for pictures is thursday noon news thursday 3 . And deadline is Friday 3 ., classifieds Friday 4 . We buy diamonds and Diamond estates from �?�100 to 100,000 Call for Appi 793-6639 is not a permitted activity he said. The proposed amendment would allow parking in the front Yards on. Small lots where it is impossible for the re to be stored at the Side or t he Back of the House if residents within 300 feet do not complain. Complaints would be heard in mayors court. Parking behind the front building line of the House would be permitted. Blue Ash re owners have formed a committee to review the proposal and add their comments when the plan comes before the City planning commission Kuiv 6. The debate Between the right of a re owner to Park and the right of the neighbors will probably go on All summer. A vote is not expected in the City Council until september. Here is a sampling of what rules and ordinances other life area cities have on the re subject Montgomery Montgomery considered adding a Section regulating re parking to the zoning code last year but the idea was put aside after a wave of protests from recreational vehicle owners. A committee of re owners people who favored restricting parking and several Council members met to draw up an ordinance but disbanded a Rade at Sycamore or. Ligh. He was a Well liked student and a member of the drama club. He had in the schools ast two plays. Among his hobbies were playing the Harmonica Drums guitar Bowling and. Photography. At his funeral services his brother Wayne delivered a Loving Eulogy. His bearers were his five hers and his Only sister. He is interred at the Gate of heaven cemetery. Lance leaves his grandmothers mrs. Blanche a Madeira Board of education at its meeting june 19, passed a Resolution to rename Miami Hills elementary school the a John f. Dumont school in Honor of the schools principal who is retiring. In doing so the Board stated that it wished to make a deserving lasting tribute to the Only principal the school has Ever had. Dumont is retiring from education after 24 years at Madeira. The Resolution was read by Frank m. Bostwick Board president at a picnic Siven tor Dumont sunday Une 25, which was a John Dumont Day in Madeira by a proclamation of mayor Forest Atkins. Gifts were 0v claw we specialists a i me a cd we 0uvty 321-5100 201# Madison Road after they could not agree said Adele Blanton clerk of Council. She said that president of Council Florence Kennedy and Robert Moore chairman of the planning commission Drew up an ordinance t hat allowed parking Only on the Side or rear Yard 15 feet from the Boundary line driveway parking would be allowed for up to seven Days with a temporary permit. Re c re at i on a 1 v e h i c 1 e owners protested at the Public hearing in March and in May the Council Laid the proposed ordinance aside when no Public response in favor of the ordinance could be found Blanton said. The Lack of an ordinance left a Hole in the revised zoning code. Because the code was revamped All except for parking on private property in anticipation of a new re ordinance. Right now there Are no restrictions on parking said Blanton. Amber Ley v a i luge Amberley Village has an re ordinance in the zoning code but is not enforcing it since a. Us supreme court decision in effect called a similar ordinance Quot in Eucl id a a of in Une pm uti onal. The Amberley zoning code prohibits parking of continued on Page �7 Cornett untimely death Nold Kenwood and mrs. Rise Cornett Maud. Or. Quot and mrs. Cornett have expressed thanks to All the friends relatives and neighbors who have expressed. Their sympathies in Many gracious ways. Presented to Dumont at the picnic and it was announced that a plaque honouring him will be placed in the building. In other action at the school Board meeting resignations of teachers were accepted. All resignations were voluntary a there were no no renewals of contracts a the contract of school superintendent John Rahe was renewed through july 31 1981 the Board affiliated with Serra a special education resource Center and took care of housekeeping chores. News in Brief township buy of Concord playground ironed out Sycamore township trustees received Good news last week when he 119 passed the Ohio. Legislature. The Bill makes it possible for the township to Ouy the seven acre recreation site behind Concord school Over a four year period. Previously townships did not have the authority to buy property Over an extended time. Sycamore township and Indian Hill school Board have been working on the negotiations for the Purchase for several months. With the passage of the new Bill ail the wrinkles can now be ironed out and Kenwood kids can once again be assured of playing Ball at Concord school playground. Non teaching employees get raise at Sycamore Sycamore school Board approved an average five percent pay increase for its employees at the june 21 Board meeting. This includes full and part time bus Drivers cafeteria workers aides secretaries and custodians. The roughly 200 employees were represented in wage discussions by the Ohio Assoc of Public school employees laps whose president at Sycamore is bus Driver Sherry Jacobs. She said she a a pleased with the wage agreement which is the same average raise Given to teaching personnel. In other action the Board set july 12,7 30 . As the annual budget hearing at the High school. The Board approved a change in. Elementary school boundaries so that children in the soon to be built subdivisions of morgans Trace and Montgomery estates will attend Maple Dale elementary rather than Montgomery elementary which Quot is full. The Board plans to buy eight new school buses and will provide a Mobile teaching unit to ursuline Academy paid for through state auxiliary services Money. A number of teacher and staff resignations. Were approved and several new teachers were hired. Madeira schools budget is up hearing july 5 its budget preparation time. The budgets prepared in july by cities and school boards Are estimates of what they will receive and spend for the coming year 1979. The Madeira school Board budget shows estimated expenses at roughly $3.2 million. This compares to actual appropriated monies of $2.8 million for 1978. The 1979 budget reflects an estimated $352,153 deficit. Clerk treasurer of the Board Bill Toth explained that the deficit will not be carried through in final appropriations and the Board does not plan to ask for a tax increase. The budget reflects the amount of Money the Board ideally would like to spend. Major areas of increase in the budget Are for roof and Blacktop repairs and teacher and staff salaries. The schools will have about three fewer teachers in 1979, because of a declining school enrolment this is True for All but a few Cincinnati area school districts generally in preparing budgets schools and cities Are conservative in estimating tax Revenue usually based on the previous years receipts go Upland Liberal in estimating needs so that they will be assured of getting the most tax Money available to them. Madeira school Board budget hearing is july 5, 8 . At the Board office. 1-275 lights not enough Montgomery councilman Howard. Smith is not satisfied with the states response to a plea from Montgomery Sycamore and Symmes townships to improve traffic in the area of 1-275 and Montgomery re. The state has announced it will install lights at the Entrance and exit to 1-275 at Montgomery a. This does not solve the problem of traffic at Weller and Cornell roads. Smith pointed out in a letter to the state dept of transportation Dot. Smith also wants the state to be specific As to when the lights will be installed. A spokesman at Dot told suburban life several weeks ago that he could not say when the lights would be installed and it would probably depend on when other work was scheduled to be done in this area. I nationals beat americans in Rutterer a11 Star game Page 8. The last of school news and pictures until fall pages 6 and 10. New makers Page 4. News from City Hall and school Board Page 2. Church news Page �8. Sycamore or. High graduate Dies % lancers brother gives funeral Eulogy honors retiring principal Miami Hills school renamed John Dumont

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