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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - March 01, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioF news in Brief ice sculpture in Madeira with a Garde n Hose and pipe Frame Wainwright Tuttle 68, 5992 Kenwood rd., a grew this ice sculpture in his Back Yard. Frozen temperatures should preserve the huge icicle until the Spring thaw a vehicles downed by age not negligence chief says by Shelley Ann Blau suggest 23, mat a maintenance rested at the Deeroy she i lev councilwoman Helen Camp s Park City Council meeting feb. 21 _ supervision program be instituted at the Deer Park service garage in Hopes of preventing unnecessary breakdowns. Camp said a City dump truck which blew a Rod in january had no Oil in it and the Frozen bearings on the Salt spreader earlier this month were the result of improper lubrication. Mayor Francis Healy said Camp was incorrect that there was no negligence on the part of the service department or acting service director John Niehaus in the maintenance department or any other aspect of service. Neihaus Deer Park police chief has been acting service director for about a month. Healy said he would announce his appointment for permanent director at the mar. 9 Council meeting. In an interview later Neihaus explained that he was aware that the dump truck needed to be fixed and that estimates had been received. In fact he said department workers were taking the truck to be repaired when the Rod went through the Block. It could still be repaired but due to the age of the truck 10 years and the fact that last years Council had said they were going to Purchase a new truck Neihaus requested that the City advertise for bids. The Salt spreaders a re 19 years old Neihaus so id. The Salt has begun to eat through the Salt Box. There Are no longer parts available for repairs so they have been taking parts from one to fix the other so that one truck remains in working order. The problems Are entirely due to age he said. Area libraries schedule programs for children the Public Library has announced the following free programs for life area children for March an Deer Park Library 3936 e. Galbraith re 1-8324, tues., March 7, 14, 21 and 28 april 4, ii 18 and 25 pre school Story Book time Ages 3-5,10 30 . Madeira Library 7200 Miami rd., 369-6028, wed., March 1,8, 15 and 22 apr. 19 and 26 pre school Story Book time Ages 3-5, 10 30 . And 1 30 . Thurs., mar. 2 and apr. 6 pre school bedtime Story Book time Ages 3-5, 7 . Children May Wear pyjamas. Pleasant Ridge Library 6233 Montgomery rd., 631-6480, wed., mar. 8, 15, 22 and 29 apr. 12, 19 and 26 pre school picture Book time Ages 3-5,10 . And 1 30 . Sycamore Library 4911 Cooper .rd., 369-6051, wed., mar. 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29 apr. 5, 12 and 19 pre school picture Book time ages3-5,10 30 . And 2 . Horsing around with parking in downtown Madeira a Sawhorse by Carol rentier sign posted with a a private property was suggested last week As a possible solution to a parking problem on Goff Terrace in Madeira. Apparently Ever since the Cork a no Cleaver restaurant opened in the City Walt Becker of ramp a aluminium has had trouble with its customers parking in front of his driveway. Recker appeared before Madeira Council feb. 20 to ask for a solution to his problem since customers Are ignoring the a no parking signs posted by the City along the Avenue he said. Becker said often on weekends he has been unable to fet in and out of his driveway blocked by parked cars be said that police often ticket illegally parked but that police surveillance and ticketing May not be1 a solution since different customers Are the offenders each weekend. Restaurant manager Rick Crossman said part of the parking problem can be blamed on the Snow which has reduced the restaurant parking lot capacity by As much As one third. He said he is looking into the possibility of obtaining More parking. In the meantime Croasman offered to Purchase a Sawhorse to place in front of Becker s drive in Hopes that it will prevent people from parking where they . The suggestion was also offered that the restaurant not pay for parking tickets of customers who Park illegally but Crossman said he feels obligated to pay the fines in. Order not to have the parking situation reflect poorly on the restaurant. Neighborly9 thing to do for several weeks prior to listing their Home for Sale or. And mrs. Paul Barney checked real estate ads in Conj classifieds very closely for just the right local realtor they recognized a picture of Jordan realtor s Tim Mcfadden who litres near by gave him a Call and within one week their Home was Sola they wanted someone who knew the True value of the High boyhood and could get the Price they were asking. Library Ohio historical society 1982 Velma ave Columbus Ohio 432x1 Lix u. 3. P33ia3s bulk rats pal. A incr to. 953 to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 4 00 . Monday display advertising st news dial 531-0234 Cincinnati Subt ban newspapers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery Amberly Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood mask of Mccu Talon Mufti met vol. Xvi no. 31 15c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday March 1, 1978 1115 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 ramada Wing okayed Over hot protest by Gail Jordan Blue Ash City Council approved the proposed six Story Rabia a inn addition by one vote after hearing residents continued protests at last week s Council meeting. The ordinance allows ramada inn. Pfeiffer and 1-71, to build a 55-ft. Tall guest room addition and enclosed health spa. The main building is two stories. Residents at the meeting told Council they Are concerned about living near a High Rise commercial building falling property values and the possibility of further expansion rather than new Homes on a. Tract of nearby land owned by Ray Murphy of Murphy Homes. Murphy owns the 14 acres where ramada inn is located. The continued protests Over the six Story expansion have included a petition with 100 signatures and a demonstration at the ramada site. A fire truck snorkel was raised to the 55 it. Level to see How far away the proposed Structure could Oesteen. Montgomery Council president. Florence Kennedy told Council she is concerned about the Impact the building could have on nearby Montgomery. She said she is worried about commercial development near residential areas and about the increased traffic problems around 1-71. Councilwoman Stephanie Stoller said she did no to realize what Impact last years height ordinance that increased the height allowed in commercial buildings would have on a residential Community. She said she now regrets having voted for the height ordinance and the ramada ordinance on the first vote. She voted no this time. The other no votes were councilman Don Biedermann and Curtis Battle. Councilman Raymond Macnab voted for the in a Nee. He Lold the citizen group at the meeting a i never could understand Why a people spread buildings out when it s More economical to heat and maintain a High Rise. Councilman Charles Proctor Robert Schueler and mayor Paul Mckinney voted yes. After the vote the protesting residents left the Council Chambers. In the Hall Ray Murphy told the residents Murphy Homes had always built single family Homes and the 21 Homes planned for the property next to the ramada development would probably be built either late summer this year or Early Spring next year. Residents asked Murphy Why houses had not been built on the land before. Murphy said he wanted to build More expensive Homes and preferred to wait until after the ramada expansion was Complete. Ramada inn general manager Dick Ammerman said the proposed Tennis courts and health spa would be for both area residents and transient guests. He said memberships will be available to area residents. Ramada now has a membership swim club. Call if on life saving machine inside chiefs give tips for Energy Brown outs Oto area Wagher of Madeira and Edward Lewis of Madeira Indian. Hill have passed on some safety tips in the event of Energy a a brownouts or blackouts. A Brown out is less severe than a blackout for instance a shutting Down of one of a City a electric circuits for two nouns after which the circuit is restored and another turned off for two hours Vagner said that area residents who Are on life machines which require electricity such As kidney or oxygen machines should Register their names with a heir local police or fire departments so that they May be aided in an Energy Brown out. Here Are other safety tips a flashlight provides a safer source of Light than candles. If candles Are used they should be placed in suitable containers or heavy Glass jars with lids off away from children and away from any burnable material. Candles must be supervised v. Be very careful using fuelled lanterns and Heaters. Refuel outdoors Only. Keep extra fuel which is highly flammable outdoors. Heaters must be Well ventilated to avoid Carbon monoxide Gas. Refuel Heaters Only when Cool. Up Gas Heaters Are fairly Safe when properly operated. Wood or Coal burning stoves and Heaters radiate a great Deal of heat. And. Need plenty of space on All sides at least 36 inches from any combustible material including Walls. If placed on Wood floors or carpet such Heaters must be. Placed on Siove Board or a masonry base. Heaters must be property ventilated to he outside with a flue pipe attached properly to. A Chimney or to the outside. Wood burning fireplaces should be checked if they Are older. Keep flue dampers open while in use a screen in front to protect from embers and keep burnable items Well away from fireplace. Never leave children alone with a fire. Done to build a a roaring hot ashes should be carried outdoors. Use paper trash Only to Start a fire not As a constant fuel. It s not Wise to use charcoal grills and Hibachi inside. If they Are used indoors the Only proper method is to place them in a fireplace with an open Damper so that Carbon monoxide Gas May escape. Start the fire with paper not charcoal lighter or other flammable liquids. Done to keep flammables such As gasoline indoors. The Vapours can Burn violently when they mix in a certain proportion with air and such a mixture could ignite an inferno if it came in Contact with say a Pilot Light. Angry 3kti Ash residents write letters to editor pm. 2 girls Are in the news on sports pages pcs. 4, 5 a candles Hoe Disney film somewhat Standard reviewer Hagerty says pm. 7 suburban life area Church events and social happenings pm. 11 news briefs pm. 1, 18 deadlines we thank you for observing these deadlines for news submitted. To Northeast suburban life school scout social clubs and All pictures. Friday noon. Sports monday 10 . It is a Good idea. To. Rave us two weeks in which to get an announcement of an upcoming event in the paper. Swaim Park proposal ready for discussion in Montgomery Montgomery planning commission last night was to consider setting a Public hearing Date for discussion of proposed development of Swaim Field Park. A. Date of March 28 is being considered As a time to invite City residents to comment on the proposed plan for the 1,3-acre Park at cooler and Zig Zag roads. Ian by Park and Niple plan l planners Burgess it ltd., is a a deluxe in that it shows an optimum Park development jogging Trail two Tennis courts baseball and soccer Fields basketball court picnic area amphitheatre shuffleboard Horseshoe tot lot deck and Bonfire pit beside the Lake a to neigh and they found him. Smack dab in the Middle of Csini classifieds your neighbourhood marketplace no matter what the need. 7317170. In band boosters Selling Candy Indian Hill High school s band and orchestra Are Selling Candy to raise funds lor music awards and equipment for the instrumental music department. Shown above is this Walker co years Rand Council 1st. Row from left vice pres rare Mary Settle and sec.-treas., Lynn Ackermann second Brenda Zurbrick and Martha Glaser third Row Rob Ewers Janet Walker Rob Bailey and a pres. I Riser Alker. Kim Mattox and Mark Skinner Kathy Cammert. Other school news Page 8. Anticipating ice skating weather Bridge linking the Large and Small Lake Ark office historical me museum and formal gardens parking for bikes and 85 cars plus screening and natural terrain. The plan partly reflects a Survey of some residents wishes for Park development and also an attempt to offer a Park to meet the needs of various agora Opsand interests. The big question about the plan will boil Down to How much the City can afford to pay for development a and a some of the More deluxe elements of the plan May be deleted or postponed and according to the City financial picture. The City Hopes to receive Federal funds to help develop the Park 50 recent Matching Grant m the Bureau of outdoor recreation Bor. The City bought the Park last year for $230,000 from Paul broa., developers of deluxe housing contiguous to the Park. Montgomery planning commission will review the Park plan with the City environmental officer March 6. The plan is expected to be on the april City Council meeting with a citizens hearing expected a prior to Council s meeting probably at the regular March 28 meeting of the City recreation commission. P1 fro building up not out is the Suhm says Blue Ash City manager Vic Suhm in an interview after last thursdays Council meeting said the ordinance which changed Blue ashes building height limit from 2vi stories to six stories was passed by Council about six months ago. It was part of an entire zone code change proposed of the City administration and in the legislative process for the past two years. Suhm said the reasoning behind the change is that More land can be preserved if buildings Are build vertically rather than horizontally. The code requires additional set Back for every foot Over 35 it. Of build height Suhm said. Suhm also said the City is not a residential City rather it is zoned 35 percent Industrial about 30 percent residential and the remainder commercial Suhm said. City fathers planned it this Way Suhm did not want a a bedroom Community Quot and they wanted the High tax base Industry brings Suhm explained. Ing area Man meets r2-d2 Bernard Loomis right president of Kenner products meets the movie Star r2-d2 of a stay wars Fame at the annual american toy fair in new York. Morris Levin left Cincinnati businessman is senior vice president of the toy Hobby and housewares Assoc. Kenner products is official Licensee for the Star War toys. Its 1978 toy line is being presented at the fair. Blue Ash police gel evaluation Blue Ash City Council approved $2,200 for a personnel evaluation system for the police dept., at last thursdays meeting. The system recommended by the police department will include Job descriptions a rating scale e Valu a t i o n of r me a n d training for evaluation officers % the systems Validity has been proven through statistical studies of other Large police departments. City manager Vic Suhm told Council the Clair and professional associates system would be used by police As a counselling tool and an equitable basis of comparison. Suhm explained that both City and police agree the present system is not fair or adequate. New life asks again new life for girls a nonprofit Home and counselling Center asked Blue Ash City Council for permission to locate at 10792 Kenwood re. The request was referred to the planning commission. A previous request to locate in the Newman Center building near Raymond Walters College was denied. Borcherding decision today the Hamilton county Board of zoning appeals was expected to decide today at 1 . Whether or not to Grant the request of Borcherding Buick to build an employee parking lot on. Property adjacent to the business zoned residence b. Borcherding has also asked for permission to Widen its driveway. A hearing was held feb. 1 before the zoning appeals Board. Kenwood residents Assoc., represented by its president Bill Parker objected to the variance at the hearing. The association is trying to Reserve the Quot stretch of Montgomery re. In Kenwood where Borcherding is located for primarily residential use. Cd stolen in Montgomery a cd radio valued at $250, was stolen from a car parked at the Montgomery Square shopping Center Feo. 22 Montgomery police said. The owner of the car works at the shopping Center

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