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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - March 18, 1981, Cincinnati, OhioOhio i a t Ori hot Colu ainu 4 f v4 j 43211 a Erfy amt bulk rate v5. R9staoe a tit a a cirs Inhat Ohio Rerp to t to $553 to place a classified and Call 731-7170 by 3 00 pm monday display advertising amp news Call 5310234 paper delivery Call 731-4200 Cincinnati us Bimbane newspapers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery am Herley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton a Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood circulation Wrig Btty vol. Xxx no. 33 20c. Cincinnati Ohio wednesday mar. 18, 1081 4415 Montgomery re. Street repairs surface again Deer Park Grants pay raise by Barbara Casson a nine percent pay increase was approved for the Deer Park police dept and other municipal employees at City Council meeting March 12. The new salaries take effect in april. The same increase was approved for the safety service director police chief clerks for the tax commissioner police dispatchers and school patrolmen. Annual salary for the police chief will be $21,572 and. $16,700-$21,600 for safety service director depending on length of service. Negotiations Are still going on Over salaries and benefits for Union municipal employees. In addition to the pay increases All full time employees with five years service will receive longevity pay of $13 for each full year they have been employed. Police officers will get a new dry cleaning allotment of $60 annually and a rate of 20 cents per mile for use of personal cars for City business. The officers also have been guaranteed a minimum of four hours overtime pay for Call in time exclusive of court appearances. Sycamore asks parents Sycamore school District residents Are invited to a breakfast with the superintendent a on saturday match 28, 10 . In the Sycamore. High school commons. Present to discuss school programs and services and to answer questions regarding citizens concerns about their schools will be superintendent Eugene show no ton members of the Sycamore Board of education and the administrative staff. The program is sponsored by the school planning commission As a Means of furthering communications Between residents and their schools. The commission is made up of 35 Volunteer citizens representing civic governmental and educational groups in the Sycamore District. Its function is to serve As a research and advisory body to the Board of education. The breakfast juice Coffee Rolls is being donated. Members of the planning commission will serve As hosts and hostesses. No reservations Are necessary. For parents with Small children free a babysitting will be provided in the gym. The commons is located in the Center of the High school building 7400 Cornell re. As part of the pay raise ordinances Council approved hiring one summer playground Counselor and one playground Leader. While the salary ordinances passed smoothly with a suspension of the required three readings the Council struggled again Over the Issue of Money for Street repairs. Councilman Robert Deangelis issued a priority list of streets in the most serious need of repair. Top priority has been Given to repairing undermined pavement on Colton Monterey Quartermain Between Matson and Frontenac Frontenac Redmont and Gail drives replacing settled slabs at the intersection of Plainfield Road and mat son resurfacing Gail drive and Redmont Avenue Between Irwin and Richmond avenues. But the list will have to be pared Down even further Deangelis said. The total repair Bill amounts to $45,000 and this is what the Public works committee will ask for a but we will be doing Well to get even half that amount a he said. Irv Schmidt of Matson Avenue cast a More ominous tone Over the Street repair discussion when he described How a Loose piece of pavement from Plainfield Road accidentally flew up from beneath a passing automobile and crashed into the plate Glass window of a pizza restaurant. He said it was fortunate it happened at a time when there were not Many people on the Street perform sunday with cyst Young trombonists John Welsh left of Montgomery and John Hies of Kenwood students at Sycamore High school will perform in the Cincinnati youth symphony orchestra Spring concert March 22, 3 p.m., in Corbett auditorium. Directed by ten Murai the Young people will play Saint Saens a Morgan symphony a Copland so outdoor overture and Max Bruch so violin concerto no. In with concertmaster Alberto Esposito As soloist. Tickets available at the door. Or they would have been injured by shattering Glass. Deangelis said the Plainfield Road situation a had not gone unnoticed Quot but that at least $450,000 was needed for repairs. He said safety service director David of Leary had been attempting to Clear away Loose debris As much As possible. Councilman Robert Schuler suggested some financial a assistance should be available from other sources because Plainfield Road is a major county Road. A we know we re going to have to go Back to the voters for Money for streets but we must be cautious what we do a councilman Joseph Zieg Lei advised Quot the Money is going to have to be used for streets repairs and not something o Leary said there has Only been very Brief discussion about a possible Bond Issue for streets on the november ballot but nothing is certain yet. The Council also discussed the need to review what streets have in designated fire lanes Quot Vith Fite chief Lou Volker. Although the Council has no authority to determine what Street will be fire lanes several Council members indicated concern that the present designations will create some inconvenience to residents parking their cars on the streets. In other business. Of Leary announced that Brush pick up will be made on regular garbage Days. The Brush must be trimmed to a maximum of six feet and be bundled so one Man can pick it up. Preparing for mock trial test attorney John nor wine left coaches Mary Chalmers member of the Indian Hill High school Law Guild team in preparation for mock trial Competition with 15 other area High schools. The Competition is sponsored by the Cincinnati bar Asan. Indian Hill competes against it. Notre Dame March 19, 4 p.m., at Hamilton county court House in the first of four rounds. Judges from municipal and common pleas courts will hear the cases and decide the winners. Indian Hill Board boosts summer fees by Joyce Deitering a pea Era a Creuse in summer school fees was announced by the Indian Hill Board of education at the March 10 meeting. The increase Means that residents of the school District who attend summer classes this year must pay $82.50 per credit while non residents will pay $88. At the same time the Board announced that it was raising teachers salaries for summer school by eight percent across the Board. For teaching sum Cage Star Mack of Madeira High school amazons has been selected to play in the All Ohio Hila a basketball classic Between the North and South -7 30 p.m., april 4 at Otterbein College. The first female player from the school to be so chosen Mack will represent the Hamilton and Clermont area on the 10-member South squad. Mack also was chosen for All league in the Eastern Hills league and voted outstanding league player. In Amberley Village mer classes teachers with Ulster s degrees will receive $10.69 per hour. Teachers with bachelors degrees will receive $9.54 per hour. Board member or. David Bell noted that expenditures for fiscal year 1981 will be $6.847,000 while income is expected to be $6.180.000. He said the Board will use Money carried Over from past years to cover the deficit. Drake elementary school principal Mary Grove presented an overview of the Drake Fine arts docents program which was developed As an outgrowth of the Art curriculum to satisfy a need for appreciation Filiz arts and a in Tau she reported. A 30-minute Art of Lory. And music program is presented to each class at the school once a month. Grove told the Board. In other business the Board a approved an inspection of the High school bleachers on the visiting teams Side saying renovation of those bleachers will be considered if it is found necessary. A redefined the word Quot unrestricted Quot in reference to teachers personal Days. Teachers Are now allowed three personal Days one of which is unrestricted. Roaming dogs unleash neighbors9 Wrath by Mary Ann Doherty some residents Are concerned that Amberley Village May be going to the dogs a unleashed dogs. About a dozen citizens turned up at the March 9 Council meeting to let their representatives know their feelings about enforcement of Leash Laws in. The Quot Village Many expressed fear of being bitten or harassed by dogs running Loose throughout the neighbourhoods Brookwood Lane resident mrs. Jerome Doem Berg said a we deserve the right to walk or jog in safety without fear of being bitten. The onus should fall on the dog the current ordinance pertaining to the restraint of dogs requires a signed complaint and positive identification of Blue Ash decisions Benefit police department authorization of training for a police canine unit and Purchase of two new police cruisers topped action at the March 19 meeting of Blue Ash City Council. The City has had a police canine team for a number of years. Deputy City manager Marvin Thompson reported but the dog named Boston died last month. A re Mcelwee amp Mcelwee %. A. A _ a a attorneys at Law John l. Me al wee Mary h Mcelvee 984-1811 a Domestic relations a personal injury a bankruptcy a wills 9050 Pat ind re near Cross county Hwy Eves amp sat by appointment placement named ., has already been purchased by the City. Council unanimously passed an ordinance authorizing the expenditure of $1,200 for a 14-week training course for both And his handler pit. John Batchler at last weeks session. It Thompson said that May be used in some police work while still in the process of completing his training period. Boston served As the Blue Ash police dog for 7-8 years. Council also authorized the Purchase of two police cruisers from Borcherding Buick at a total Cost of $17,850. Delivery is expected some time this Spring probably about May Thompson a i of /. The new cruisers will replace two older cruisers but the City will continue to employ one on the selective enforcement program and for backup work Thompson added. Inside Page 2.newsmakers Page 3,. Phyllis Diller lecture series Page 78.sports Page 22.happenings ends town Hall the dog. Both requirements present problems As residents Are reluctant to turn in their neighbors pets and identifying the animal often proves difficult. Still mayor Arthur Friedman told the audience a we must have the cooperation of residents to bring in the complaints. We can to turn the police into. Dog if a complaint is filed and the dog owner is found guilty a $25 Fine is levied. However Many of the residents feel the Fine is insignificant and there seems to be enough repeat offenders to Bear that out. Rozlyn Bleznick of Albrook drive noted Quot we Are an affluent Community. Paying $25 six or eight does no to mean that since Amberley Village has no Kennel or dog Catcher the Spca is called to pick up roaming dogs. Leonard Susser of Twig Wood Lane suggested sub contracting a dog Catcher on a part time prof we 891 7711 m 7529 Ken Wocl ref �w��>5� to a new ism a / a Gold Silver coins t Sterling we buy Cash payment l$4,$ of Lhatt 631-2112 lips hours son Sai doom part by More udo Edward 7ms car yep Fri. in qom basis Quot even just five hours a week a ill bet there Isnit a Day when 10 dogs done to Chase the mayor told the residents that for now a fall we can do is impose a however he said he would refer the ordinance to the Law committee for review to see if stiffer penalties can be imposed. Also in the future those who sign complaints will be contacted by the solicitor who will help them prepare their Case. At the request of the residents a special mailing will be sent to All Amberley Village residents informing them of the contents of the ordinance and that according to mayor Friedman a it will be stringently enforced a i Eye i b glasses i i same 1 Day i g Lryni i to at York s lab outlet they will i 5 make your 0asses in one Day w c or in some cases an hour on p most prescriptions they re a located across from meter s i 0� winery to Silverton. Lyon Jcj w x optometrists �6924 Plainfield re i win league title Seliman Junior High girls basketball team won the Eastern. Hills league tournament bringing the championship to Sellman for the first time. The girls ended the season with a seven game win Streak from left front Row Are Kelly Blackwell Dawn Rolander and Leisa Patton Middle Row Susan Choi Laurel Hodory and Wendy Maier team manager Back Row Janot Zimmerman Julie Brockhage Kim Witschger Cathy Schumacher and Ronda Goens. The team is coached by Mary Lou Henke. 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