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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - March 22, 1972, Cincinnati, OhioFor Sycamore township Force too police historical society 1982 Velma ave. Columbus Ohio 43211l-it by Marshall Baldwin any thought of having a township police department in Sycamore has practically been eliminated because the Cost would be too great according to a. James Bechtold township Board president. The township is continuing to study the feasibility of negotiating with the Hamilton county sheriffs department for three extra men to patrol the area 24 hours a Day. Bechtold said that reports that the trustees were considering establishing at township department were false. Contracts contracts approved by the trustees wednesday night revealed the members minds can run hot and cold in a Short time. Within a few m i n u Tea the trustees accepted pacts with the Morton Salt company for Salt to take care of next Winters Slippery streets and with two other firms for material to repair roadways this Spring and summer. The Dravo corporation of Camp Dennison will Supply the Sand and gravel needed for Street and Road repairs even though their prices were slightly higher than other bids. The material must be hauled by the township trucks and the trustees noted that Camp Dennison is located much closer than the other firms who bid so the saving on time would More than make up the difference in material coat. A contract for the Purchase of Asphalt and hot tar was awarded the a an to place a classified and dial 731 7170 by 5.00 . Monday display advertising at mews dial 531 0234 m Radabaugh company Glendale Muford re. In other action Quot Sycamore township superintendent Harry e. Jahnigen stated that the destruction of Speed zone and other signs in the Dillonvale area the past year had Cost the taxpayers at least $500. It is his belief that vandalism is on the Rise in this Section. Bechtold suggested selecting a group of township residents to make up a committee to study improvement of Parks and recreational activities. Trustees voted to renew their contract with fifth third Bank As their depository. Superintendent Harry Jahnigan said he will attempt to negotiate a contract with the Edgemont fire department for their services. Sewers sewer problems continue to a pop up in Many areas of Sycamore township. During the meeting a rain storm was hitting the area and Jahnigan was informed Over the Telephone that another problem had just occurred when a Wall caved in on a sewer project on the South Side of Sycamore re. Serving the communities of Rlue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverto Kenwood Deer Park Flos Moyne Dillonvale Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity Cincinnati Ohio wednesday March 22, 1972 display ads and news classified ads s3 i -0214 731-7170 vol. X no. 34 Madeira oks Ken Arbre annexation effective May 4, 35 acres of land in the Ken Arbre Hills subdivision Kenwood will become part of Madeira. Madeira Council passed an ordinance accepting the application for annexation made by a group of residents in the area and approved by the Hamilton county commissioners. The area to be annexed is adjacent to Kenwood country club and includes Ken Arbre Wood Sway Rolla Way and Rosalie. An ordinance was also passed extending the fire limits ordinance including business and manufacturing zones. Under the ordinance anyone con duct in g a business in a dwelling unit situated in areas zoned for business and manufacturing must not use the unit for dwelling purposes. This will apply to new businesses Only and present its come a Long Way Sycamore senior service Center a you can do anything with nothing if you want to a believes Sycamore senior adult Multi service Board president Mary Jane Flege who in two years has seen senior citizens opportunities grow from a simple pot Luck supper in the Sycamore presbyterian Church to a full service and recreation Center opened a few weeks ago on Cooper re. With the three Day a week a opening of the new Center full supportive services and recreational activities Are open to All seniors in the surrounding area including Madeira pleasant Ridge Kenwood Sycamore Blue aah Montgomery and other communities. Seniors have transformed the former sign shop into a meeting and recreation Center Complete with office space for volunteers who Man phones for incoming Calls requesting one of the Many services available. Future plans Call for a Kitchen to serve the meals on wheels program which now serves 16 seniors. Ail furniture and rugs have been donated and include brightly coloured red Green Blue and yellow chairs tables decked out in Green a Long work table and a Workbench for Handy male members. The Brick Walls Are painted a cheery Orange and Brown. The Center was previously being rented on a temporary basis until june. Title 3 older american act Federal funds received March 16 will now enable the Center to be run on a permanent Howard Early s Kenwood 8112 Montgomery re Between Hambrook amp Galbraith across from Schenke line merc 891-2150 basis making it one of three senior centers offering supportive services in Hamilton c county. The others Are in Northside and in the Over the Rhine Section of Cincinnati. Area City councils will also be approached to include the Sycamore Multi service Center in their recreational budgets. Service first the Multi service Board consisting of 2/3 senior citizens and 1/3 other interested Community members has stressed the importance of supportive services for seniors since its inception. Job registry was the first service project of the Board started two years ago when mrs. Flege and a Friend bussed downtown twice a week met at the Public Library and walked to a room donated for their use in the Over the Rhine senior Center. Downtown was chosen As a site because neither had cars to reach a More local destination in Sycamore. The pair matched qualified seniors with Job requests for babysitting fix it work Etc. Until seniors took Over the entire service. Now the registry downtown on tuesdays and a heating a humidifying air conditioning electronic air cleaners specialists in total Home Comfort . Wingerter co. 984-8134�?. Non conforming uses will be tolerated. Street lights Council authorized the City manager to arrange for Street lights to be placed on Carmargo rd., South of Demar on the Corner of Juniper View and in the City Park on the Southwest Corner of the Tennis courts. The lights will Cost $140 per year to maintain. Sidewalk repair by the request of the City manager Council will next meeting consider an ordinance that will include a penalty clause for persons who do not comply with sidewalk repair regulations n. A babe said the penalty would a Yedic i 101 20fli pay for paperwork that has. A to be done when persons refuse to repair sidewalks and the City has to do the Job. In other action Council accepted the resignation of police clerk Patty Zibulka who is moving from the City. Nearing completion Indian Hills new Wyandot school will be open to 4th, 5th and 6th graders this september and will serve As a sister school to Concord. Located off Kenwood rd., the new site will include the two Story building play Fields away from the Road overhangs to shield pupils playing outdoors in inclement weather and parking near Kenwood re. Wyandot nearing completion crafts their speciality. Members of the Sycamore senior citizens adult Multi service Center display unfinished Craft projects around one of the Large work tables donated to the new Center. The ladies Are from left Marie Hunnington Remington Helen Bergman Montgom Ery Mary Wallace Rossmoyne. Louise1 Hill Blue Ash and Daisy thursdays from 10 . To 1 30 . Job registry is also available in the new Center. Other services include meals on wheels senior aides Young people who help with shopping transportation Etc., Home visitors referral services pot Luck dinners and crafts and recreation at the Center. Transportation is the most needed services according to mrs. Flege. Although the $21,960 received from the title 3 funding will provide rent and salary Money no Money for equipment was provided. Donations and. Requests can be referred to 984-1234., door to door april 3 life squad building Campaign progressing the Blue Ash Montgo Mery life squads building fund Campaign is now in its second week and so far has received $4700 in Cash donations from 30 hot Tom it Vii. T j p i 1 tree Mel nigh 1 1 1 Lili galler1 i 7740 Laurel zit Eyssi opposite Madeira Post off lot carpet care a a a a a a a done to neglect your investment adds carpet and upholstery life carpets and upholstery stay cleaner longer even the most soiled carpets and upholstery looks new again. Thanks to this revolutionary steam extraction method. The difference is even deep Down ground in dirt is extracted instead of being scrubbed in. The results Are truly amazing. J. Home Craft inc. 1527 Reading Road 733-4550 b u s i n esses and 20 i n d i i duals. In addition goods and services exceeding $10,000 have been contributed for their new building at 9800 Kenwood re. The squad is hoping to receive some substantial contributions from the larger industries and businesses in the next week so the House to House Campaign which starts april 23, will not have to Bear the bulk of their $50,000 goal. Current plans Are to More into new Headquarters within the next month. Students from Moeller and Sycamore High schools have volunteered to help on the House to House Campaign. Also 18 organizations from the Blue As h Montgomery Ken Wood area Are backing this Effort with their personal time. The Campaign has been endorsed by the cities of Blue Ash and Montgomery and both Sycamore and Symmes township trustees As Well As the Board of count y commissioners. Silverton kiwanis will sponsor an easter egg Hunt sunday afternoon March 26, at Silverton Layfield. Stepping stones recreation for the handicapped 5650 Given rd., Indian Hill is in need of volunteers. Persons interested Are asked to Call 831-4660. Sparky Anderson Cincinnati reds manager is honorary chairman of this year s United clothing drive sunday apr. 16. De Hodgetts of us s athletic department is general chairman. Area boy scouts and explorers will collect the clothing. Material contributed provide training and employment for Many handicapped persons at Ohio Valley Goodwill industries. Construction of the new Wyandot elementary school in Indian Hill is proceeding on schedule and will be opened in september if not sooner according to superintendent of schools James Sailer. Wyandot school which will relieve overcrowding at Shawnee school is being designed around two floors to separate noisy activities from quieter classes. Located on the first floor Are administrative and staff areas a Large Art room with a Home economics Corner and an Industrial Corner an instrumental and a vocal music room and a commons room which will serve As a cafeteria As Well As a Multi purpose room. Also a regulation gym has been provided with a Small stage. Dressing facilities for both Pupil and Community use Are located adjacent to the gym. The second floor consists of four Large learning centers each of which can accommodate 125 pupils. Surrounding them will be a Media Center Library storage area and teachers workroom. Sailer describes the second Story As a modified open space plan that could be converted to traditional spaces if desired. Teachers and a d m i n i s tra tors developed the educational specifications of Wyandot which were in turn translated by the architects into the design of the building according to Sailer. Shawnee school will also be remodeler into a modified open space plan this summer. Easement required for Silverton mini Park Ridge Day plans to be discussed the festival committee of the pleasant Ridge Community Council will hold an organizational meeting tuesday March 28, at 7 45 ., in the Home of mrs. Phil Myers 6336 Parkman pm the festival will be held july 1, from 10 . To 9 . Barry Paul is serving As general chairman and is in need of volunteers. All interested persons Are invited to attend the meeting. By marshal Baldwin Silverton City Council continued to be plagued thursday night by the pros and cons of residents living in one area where a mini Park is being planned and in another where a warehouse is being considered. Councilman Joseph Fariello chairman of councils Park committee stated the one step left to create a mini Park in the a complaint of hot Modding on North and South Berkeley Cir. Was made in a petition signed by residents of the two streets. Mayor Richard Benken suggested ways in which residents could control the speeding and he said the police would do what they could with their limited manpower. In other action Council heard that the request of police for a raise in pay is still in the discussion stage. Announced that an easter egg Hunt in Silverton Park will be held on Palm sunday mayors court fines from feb. 10 to March 14 totalled $1,008.00. Heard that Silverton kiwanis club members have offered their help in preparing Silverton Park for the summer. North and South Fordham area is up to residente1 who Are proponents of the Park. There must be an easement to the Park said Fariello and this easement must be obtained by the residents. Council cannot help in getting an easement he added. Opponents of the Park once again threatened to go to court if necessary to support their stand. Warehouse the warehouse project planned for Stewart re. At 1-71 right of Way requires a zone change be made from business a to business b. 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