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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - March 13, 1974, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary Ohio historical society 1982 versa ave Columbus Ohio 43211 Lri it in Sycamore school student shift aimed at equalizing enrolment by Carol Pucci about 107 elementary school students Are expected to go to different schools next year when the new Sycamore High building opens in the fall. Superintendent Edwin Greene told parents in his annual report to the District saturday that the additional building will give the District an Opportunity to equalize enrolment at the other schools. Some Are overcrowded and some can hold More students. The Board is expected to take action tomorrow night on a proposal which would Transfer students now attending Maple Dale elementary and living in the area West of Plainfield re. Waxing Mohler Southgate Bluewing Mobelia to the Blue Ash elementary school. Students attending Montgomery elementary living in the Montgomery Woods subdivision and on Deerfield re. From Shaw downhill North to the 1-71 overpass will attend Maple Dale. Administrative assistant Robert Buster a says hearings were held with parents of children involved in the switch. Buster says most were willing to go along with the change although about a dozen were opposed to it. Tax rain a for 7 a although the District is expected to end 1975 with a projected $50.000 deficit. Green predicted no increase in taxes will need to he approved by voters until Madeira police get pay hikes Madeira police officers received an eight percent increase in salary March 4, to match the percentage Rise in the Cost of living in Madeira that occurred Over the past year. Salaries were set As follows chief $13,835 sergeant $12,474 patrolmen $9,526 to $11,340. Increases will be effective for the pay period of april 6. Also granted salary raises were the City manager City workers and members of the service department. City manager George babes salary was raised to $19,500, which included both a Cost of living end a Merit raise. Flood insurance the Laws and contracts committee of Council has recommended that legislation be brought to the floor that will enable Madeira residents to participate in the National floor insurance program. City solicitor George Patterson is looking into whether or not the City would be obligated to spend its own monies for any programs instigated by the Federal insurance act. The committee says it will also he keeping a close Eye on How Well the seven Hills printing company will do in its Effort to collect paper for recycling in Madeira. If there is found to be additional need for paper pickup the committee says it will consider some method of collecting Suchias licensing or subcontracting for pick up. Monies gained would of used in City recreation programs. In other action March 21 Council authorized the manager to Purchase a tractor loader from farm implements inc., Montgomery for $6,725. City manager babe announced that a $6,500 Bond for improvements made on the municipal building has been paid in full. New councilman. Raymond Reither 1044 9 Londo Ridge cl., has been appointed to fill the term of former Montgomery councilman Don Bruce. We Aliher a Montgomery resident for eight years is retired production manager for Tifis Chalmers and is presently employed As a business consultant with the Fidelity Federal savings and loan association. He will serve As chairman of the Public works and utilities committee and As Council s representatives to the Sycamore school planning commission. His term expires january 1975. Operation 0 hit skip it has been successfully implemented in Denver Colorado. After Reading about �?o0-hit-skip�?� in a police Magazine. Madeira patrolmen Tim Nagel and Tom risk presented the idea to the Cincinnati insurance Board which passed on a recommendation to the department of Highway safety. As a result the department is now conducting nation wide research on the idea with Hopes of presenting the Ohio legislature with a Bill to make the program Law throughout the state. Hit skips accounted for eight percent of All accidents that occurred in the state last year. Highway safety officials estimate the amount of damage that went unreported totalled in excess of $50,000. A if you done to catch a hit skip Driver ten minutes after the Accident happens your chances Are very slim a Nagel says. A this Way if we see a car with a lot of damage and no sticker wed wonder what happened. Nagel says the program could Only work if it is made Law throughout the state. A if we just had it in this county people in Clermont county could go there and get their car fixed with no a Nagel believes a to hit skip would result in a reduction of false claims to insurance companies Aid police in solving hit skips and take the Burden off body shops unsure about How the cars they Are fixing got damaged. A right now there Are 12 states that have Laws that say when body shops feel an a eident Wasny to reported they have to report it. Why we can to do the same thing i Don t d hate to fix a car that killed somebody. You re wiping away All the evidence a Nagel said. One pitfall of the program would be the police time involved in responding to All accidents continued on Page 2 advertising sales local suburban newspaper group has immediate opening on its sales staff. You will be responsible for established accounts and obtaining new ones in your own territory. Should be experienced in newspaper advertising or related Fields. Salary commission plus group medical and life insurance plans. Call for appointment 531-0234. Cincinnati suburban newspapers inc. November of that year. A we can finance satisfactorily we think on out present tax rate but by the end of �?T75 we re going to have a Short fall. From this Point we think there will Nave to be an increase to the tax rate voted on in 1975.�?� the present rate is 38.41 Mills. High school on schedule Greene reported that construction on the new High school located on Cornell re. Is proceeding on schedule and plans Are to occupy the building by next september. At that time. 7th and 8th Grade students now attending the Middle school will move to the present High school building which will he called the Junior High. 5th graders from the elementary schools will be housed along with 6th graders at the Middle school. Greene said although Many would like to see some starting times changed. No changes Are being planned for next Vear. Quot we really see no Way of changing our starting times without spending about a Quarter million on buses so we could serve the District aft at one time. He said. A we do have a complicating Factor in the number of buses we have to have available to take children out of the District to the parochial Stool hours will be 7 30 . To 2 3q . For the High school 8 15 . To 3 . For the Middle school and Junior High and 9 . To 3 30 . For the elementary schools. Opening of the new High school will mean the districts total teaching staff will be increased by 20 next Vear. To place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 Tutt Ntow ser toy the communities of flu it Ash Montgomery am Burtey Village Indian Hill Madiro pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy height Siu Erl on Ken Wood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillon file Ridgewood Mark of circulation int car it v vol. Xiii no. 3,3 Cincinnati. Ohio wednesday March 13, 1974 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 methods of poll not revealed Survey shows 70 percent believe Montgomery needs Park land by Carol Pucci seventy percent of Montgomery residents feel the City needs More Park land and recreational facilities a committee charged with studying the City a open land needs told Council last wednesday. But How that percentage was arrived at is not being revealed. A a. 1 Roger Aemi councilman Ami chairman of the Park committee said the committee voted not to release How Many people Wen wed in. A phone Survey he Iff was based on Market research techniques and a scientific sampling of Montgomery residents. The number of people polled is believed to be 200, although Aemi would not verify that. In the committee report the first of what will eventually Lead to a recommendation for Purchase of Park land it was noted that a targe percentage polled hit skip accidents in Ohio might he sharply reduced if the state adopts a program now being studied by the department of Highway safety at the recommendation of two Madeira policemen. The program called a to hit skip would prevent any body work from being done on a car that does not Bear a sticker indicating that an Accident report has been filed with police. Thousands of scouts will be calling on area residents for the United clothing drive sunday mar. 31. The scouts will collect donations from 1-5 . For handicapped at Goodwill industries. Above troop 791 is left holding the bag As scoutmaster a Ferris listens for instructions from communications Central. Front Row Are Tim Turck Mike Salyers Frank Ferguson Creg Ferris. Back Row Are Dave Henn. Dave Schriever and de Ferris. The troop is sponsored by the Trinity Church Deer Park. Community oriented favored a Large Park area with recreational facilities and supervised activities for All Ages. As a second Choice the report said the people questioned favored several Small recreational areas spread throughout the Community. Montgomery now has one seven acre Park and a five acre nature preserve. Sycamore school District facilities Are also used. When questioned As to what scientific methods were used to compile the Survey Aerni said a i can to Tell you because that Way i d he telling you the councilwoman Florence Kennedy and Alma Blazic also members of the committee said later they both opposed including the 70 percent figure in the first report but were outvoted by the other 12 committee members. Mrs. Kennedy says she believes the information will encourage a speculation and �?o1 really feel the people a would not believe this was a valid Survey a she said although it was based on Market research techniques. Quot we really done to want a Bunch of people talking about this yet. We want to do our work and come Back with a full mrs. Blazic agreed that the first report was premature in the detail it revealed. Several residents objected to not releasing the polling data. A it would seem to me that we should be striving for Confidence in this committee a said mayor Robert Novak another committee member. Aemi said he had no objections to releasing the information but that he was following the directions of the committee. A Complete recommendation will be ready in july Aerni said. And if a Large amount of Money is to he spent he said Goun ii will Slick to its original commitment to place the Issue before voters probably in november. During the next four months the committee will do the report said determine Cost of layout of facilities needed. Investigate and cooperate with the Sycamore school Community director in order to plan for the shared use of school facilities investigate the possibility of a Council of governments approach to financing prop Ming and sharing of Parkland determine Purchase costs installation costs operating costs maintenance costs and translate the total Cost into the tax millage Cost per household. Present Council with the recommendation who will in turn submit it to the recreation commission and the planning commission for review. Members of the committee include mayor Novak Council members Aerni Blazic and Kennedy. Recreation commission member Robert Bintzler Chuck Abbott Robert Buster de Driver Diane Eberhard. Richard Heareth Judy Heinrich Katy Hinrichs Jack Hugenberg and Nancy Lowrey. An additional member of the recreation commission will be appointed at a future Date. Inside of Indian Hill braves Defeated in finals sports Page 7. Sparks Fly at Silverton Council meeting Page 4. Perils to jewish Community Kinsolving Page 9. High Point residents air views to trustees Page 4. Deadlines deadline for All Church school and club news is Friday noon for the following wednesdays paper. Deadline for All other news is monday at noon. Mental health Center open in Kennedy hits. By Carol Pucci psychological counselling and referral services Are now available at the area 3 Center for mental health services 6566 Montgomery re. Suite 10, Kennedy Heights. The Center opened two weeks ago is one of five a a satellite offices in the Hamilton county catchment 3 area offering outpatient health care under a program funded through Federal state county funds and Independent donations. The catchment area includes 22 communities however the Kennedy Heights Center is geared mainly to serve residents in sil ver ton Kennedy Heights pleasant Ridge and Amberley Village. Open for business directed by mental health services of North Central Hamilton county the Center is staffed by one full time Pusc Wiatric social worker. Mrs. Bernice Crum Packer who is in the office from 8 30 to 5 00 . Weekdays. A p ointments can be made by calling 531-4500. Mrs. Crum Packer says walk in cases will also be accepted and she will make House Calls if necessary. Fees for counselling Are made on a sliding scale according to income but no one will be turned away mrs. Crum Packer said. Local help Neil Smith executive director of the catchment 3 area says the purpose of the mental health program is to provide comprehensive health care available inside communities the idea being that people will find it easier to identify with local services offered within their own communities. For that reason personal staff Contact within the. Community Wil be stressed. A we re not moving toward being isolated professionals. We re people with a notion a concept about what problems peo ple he said. The idea of local mental health services in five catchment areas throughout the county has been under study for the past three years. Smith said. Other services besides the services offered by the satellite offices four other types of services will be offered throughout the catchment bikes and bunks through the years bikes and bunk Beds have been two of the most sought after items advertised in Csini instant action want ads. Robert von Hagel for example sold three bicycles plus a camera projector and Light bar All in one $1.50 and two weeks ago. Look around. And Recycle your Don t needs to someone who does with an inexpensive classified. 731-7170. Area with Hopes of setting up a Central office possibly in Drake Hospital. Those services will include partial hospitalization inpatient care by agreement with three local hospitals an emergency team and consultation and education programs in the schools. Mrs. Crum Packer emphasized that the Kennedy Heights office will be More than a Clearing House for help on How to Deal with specific problems. On the other hand she said when a problem requires More treatment that can be offered from the local Center she will be Able to Tell people where to go and How to get there a we can be a resource As to what kind of help you might need and Well help you get can certainly say we Are ready in Kennedy there Are four other satellite offices planned throughout the catchment area Norwood Evendale Lincoln Heights and Hartwell. Catchment 3 serves the e s o f Springdale. Sharonville Glendale. Wood Lawn Evendale Lincoln Heights Wyoming Lockland r e a Ding a r t we 11, a r 1 i n it on Heights Carthage Roselawn Golf Manor Amberley Silver ton Kennedy Heights pleasant Ridge Elmwood place Bond Hill st. Bernard and Norwood. Neh appointee. John Degarmoe 6181 Cherokee dr., Madeira confers with mayor Dan Mcdonald upon hearing of his appointment to the recreation Board. Degarmoe is a project Engineer at Cincinnati Mil Acron and is currently president of the Madeira Kenwood Jay Cees

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