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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - March 25, 1981, Cincinnati, OhioY,5 postage paid c1ncikwati Ohto tort tit 0 95 5gto place a classified and Cali 7317170 by 3 00 pm monday display advertising amp news Call 531-0234 paper delivery Call 731-4200 Cincinnati suburban newspapers inc Blue As a Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira a pleasant Ridge Brecon a Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Beer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale ridgewood3& Mark of Tacui aim in mfr vol. Xxx no. 34 20c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday mar. 25, 1081 4415 Montgomery re. Negotiations will resume Sycamore Board gives nod to employee agents poet in residence writer Horace Coleman helps Lotspeich school kindergarteners from left Ryan Skurow of Ridgewood Laurie Becker of Kennedy Heights Betsy Bingham of Hyde Park Phillip Jordan of Indian Hill and in Back Michael Harbolt of pleasant Ridge and classmates to write a group poem during his poetry residency feb. 17-March 2, As part of the artists in school and Community program of the Ohio arts Council. By Terri a Andrea and Perry Cooper the Sycamore Board of education last week elected to recognize the Sycamore education Assn. Sea and the Ohio Assn. Of Public school employee lapse As official bargaining agents for teachers and other school employees in the 1981-82 school year. A we want to work together a superintendent Eugene Shrimpton a announced at the March 18 Board meeting. A contract for the current school year was worked out. Last fall a fit lapse which repro Symmes site approved for Section 8 housing by Perry Cooper construction of 55 units of federally subsidized Section 8 housing has been approved for Fields Ertel Road in Symmes township by thee ept. Of housing and Urban development a Hull a county official reported. Dan Dom is Deputy director of the Hamilton county Community development cd office said March 23 that resco inc., a developing firm had originally planned to construct the 55 units As part of the winding Creek project in Anderson township. A but the Developer lost site control though some zoning problems a Domis noted a so the county came up with a substitute site on that site is located right a Ridge earns award for planting Trees pleasant Ridge Community Council has been awarded a certificate of achievement for a the Best cooperative Effort Between a Community Council and local business to Plant Street Marilyn Lustik tree committee chairwoman accepted the certificate at the greater Cincinnati Beautiful committees 1980 awards luncheon held March 17 at the Cincinnati club and attended by 300 business Community and political leaders. Unable to attend was Vic Verity who along with Lustik approached numerous businesses in a the Ridge along Montgomery Road with the proposal that the Council would buy Street Trees using Mott funds if businesses would contribute at least an equal amount for professional Piant Marilyn. Lustik of ing. Forty new Trees five species were planted inside a a it Page 2. New makers Page 3.area candidates throw hats in ring Page 6.sports scene Page 7.happenings off the Fields Ertel exit on 1-71, Domis said. The project will Bear the name of a Fields Ertel town houses and will be entirely Section 8 housing. A the project is now in the process of a receiving final approval from Hud a Domis added. He did not know exactly when resco might begin construction of the units or How Long it would take but noted that the Developer a will still have to finalize his financial resco officials could not be reached for comment. Meanwhile the county cd office sent a letter to the regional Hud office in Columbus last week urging Hud to release $1.5 of the $2 million in cd funding which Hud has held in escrow from the county since last july 1. Under Section 8, eligible tenants Are required to pay no More than 25 percent of their income As rent in apartment and housing projects built by private developers under authorization of local housing officials. Hud is required to make up the rest of the rent with Federal assistance payments. Hamilton county was supposed to receive $5 million in cd funds last summer but Hud instead directed the county to fulfil certain conditions regarding housing and minority Opportunity before any Money would be released. The county cooperated and satisfied Hud enough by autumn to prompt the release of $3 million. Domis said his office is now informing Hud that More conditions have been fulfilled. These conditions concern three quarters of the remaining $2 million which Hud is expected to release if it is satisfied that the county has indeed fulfilled the conditions. What the county has done to fulfil the conditions is to come tip with three Sites for More Section 8 housing. One of those Sites is the one irn Symmes township for the Fields Ertel townhouses project. The other two can be provided from a variety of Sites now being considered for approval by Hud. There was no word on huds response to the county cd office by press tune. Sent s operational employees of the school District. But the school Board failed to reach a Mutual agreement with the sea and negotiations have been broken off for several months. Sea president Rick Smith called the boards March 18 action Quot encouraging Quot and said he hoped that the first negotiation session Between the sea and the Board in recent months would be set up sometime this week. A a we re looking Forward to negotiating again a Smith commented Shrimpton announced that the school Board also was anxious to resume negotiations and he added that there should be no problems in arriving at contracts with both associations. The sea represents teachers Counselor and other non administrative educational personnel. Joth the sea and the or of amp be were reported Quot to have a majority membership in the District. Last october the sea imposed professional sanctions against the Sycamore Board. The Board took the position shortly thereafter that negotiations could not resume until the sanctions were lifted. The sea had not lifted the sanctions As of the Board meeting. In other action the Board a Learned that the estimated Cost for maintenance and improvements of school property is $305,145 according to a needs committee report compiled by the Sycamore school planning commission. Kenneth Seaman assistant superintendent told the Board he does no to consider the figure out of line compared with the $18 million appraised value of District buildings. Among suggested improvements Are expanding the Blacktop area at Edwin h. Greene school for recreation painting schools inside and out repair or replacement of outside doors and correction of mildew problems at Greene and Maple Dale and replacing gym lighting a conversion from Gas to Oil heat at the Junior High school. The Board approved advertising for bids for roof repair at Maple Dale and the Junior High and converting the school from Gas to Oil heat. News Bra Eis homeowners restrict nursing Home approval although the Columbia township area homeowners Assn., voted March 17 not to oppose the addition of nursing Homes to the residence c zone now under consideration in the City of Madeira the group does not want the zone applied to any land near their Homes. The group comprised of residents of the South Kenwood Section of Madeira and neighbouring Columbia township voted unanimously to oppose any application of c zoning to the area. Formed 11 years ago the residents group s goal is to maintain existing a a and a single family zoning. Madeira is proposing to add nursing Homes to the c zone which now includes hospitals and sanitarium to permit construction of a 350-unit facility on the Comer of Kenwood Road Between Shawnee run and May Street. A hearing is set for 8 . April 6 at City Hall. Also during the meeting at Madeira High school the group elected officers. They Are Paul Ortiz president Albert Wood vice president Bernard Plaut Secretary and Robert Hadden treasurer. Free reds tickets May be yours. The longest running most successful promotion in the history of Cincinnati suburban newspapers inc., heralds the opening of. Yet another season of Cincinnati reds baseball. Once again readers of csn1 classifieds will have the Opportunity of winning free tickets to see the reds at riverfront beginning with our issues of april 1, 2 each week five names will appear in Csini classifieds entitling the Winner to a pair of free tickets to a coming game compliments of the Cincinnati a amp is inc. And Are selected from postcards mailed to Csini baseball tickets . Boa 12010, Cincinnati 54212. One postcard per person please. Sorry employees of Csini and their families Are not eligible. Send your postcard today. Be sure to include your name address and zip code. Then Check our classified Section each week to see if you Are a Winner. Its As simple As that. Madeira Council asks meeting of residents Cable to firm nutria system 1 i was never meals my Energy i were always up and Best of All i lost i my weight quickly without the Aid of funny pills or strenuous a i we j Wasai disc jockey Jonh Marks loses 59 pounds with i America s leading weight loss program a Call today for i a complimentary i no obligation i consultation Call today tri county 230 Northland bad. A suite 210 i 772-0611 Kenwood 8050 Montgomery re. Suite 104 8911444 he Luis Kon uhf �n00n-6 mrs to Lanew doth Michaul Ujco Dward 7m8 Cmar Orl. , 4�jm Sun cars by Barbara Casson Warner amex communications inc. Is prepared to install underground Cable television equipment in Madeira but City Council is requesting the firm meet with affected residents to discuss the plan first. The discussion would focus on the controversial Pedestal transmitters in front of several Homes of Lakota Fox Dale court Madeira Hills drive c a mar go Woods drive Camarg Woods court and Manfield Lane. According to a Council spokesman the request is to give the residents an Opportunity to voice their feelings about the pedestals location. The City a agreement with Warner already gives the right to use the Public right of Way. Residents in other communities have complained that the pedestals Are unsightly and the installation causes too much disturbance to the landscape however Warner officials say there is no Waterproof transmitter As yet that can be installed underground. Warners plan Calls for the pedestals to be installed in a Buffer zone Between the homeowners property line and the Public right of Way near existing Utility pedestals. Two weeks ago Council warned Warner Madeira a franchise could be revoked unless an april 15 deadline for it wide installation was kept. City manager h by Price said the firm has me subcontractor with about five Crews working in the City now. A things Are looking much better than they did. We Are getting much More cooperation and coordination than before a Price said. An Appeal by Stewart Jacobs of a Hamilton county court of common pleas ruling on City zoning was discussed in an executive session after Council meeting. More than $50,000 has been spent by the City on the Battle which began More than 10 years ago with Jacobs who wanted to build a Cluster housing project in an area zoned for single family dwellings near Kenwood Road and Whetsel Avenue. Jacobs filed a suit against the City a decision to retain the area for single family units. On dec. 30 the court ruled that Madeira a rejection of the plan did not constitute a violation of due process of Law a violation of the plaintiffs rights or create a danger to Public safety. Part of the 66-acre project is in Hamilton county and Jacobs won the courts Case Over the county a rejection of the plan. Count members indicated concern Over the Cost of the lengthy Case but approved $3,500 for Legal expenses to defend the Case in appeals court. Silverton City Council reaches agreement on police vacancy by Paul. Clark disputes Over How to fill the police vacancy in Silverton have apparently ended with an agreement on a new approach announced at the March 19 meeting of City Council. The current plan does not include use of the controversial Bowen amendment in the hiring of a hungry Levels Gold Silver coins 4 Sterling to buy Cash payment add i markit it the Cumer of Forest m0 win Sims we in Romeo of 6312112 of Raume uh1 m Mcelwee amp Mcelwee attorneys at Law John l. Mcelwee Mary h. Mcelwee 984-1811 a Domestic relations a personal injury a bankruptcy a wills 9050 Plainfield re near Cross county Hwy Eves $ sat. By appointment new patrolman while establishing a Community task Force engaged in Active recruitment of minority applicants. Its aim is to Correct racial imbalance of the City a police Force without compromises in Quality of personnel. The e Bowen amendment with its provision r Eye Quot a glasses same Day for separation of a White male from a a other candidates for purposes of affirmative action had been the Center of the recent controversy. Critics warned of possible Legal problems presented by the amendment As Well As a possible lowering of standards proponents nonetheless hailed it As an Active commitment to a minority appointment. The new agreement Calls for the mayor to choose the new patrolman from among three finalists atop a single list referred to him by the City a civil service commission on the basis of Candi continued on Page 15 al York s Lap outlet they will make your glasses in one Day. 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