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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - May 01, 1974, Cincinnati, OhioFor Blue Ash property. Township says plans not final Sycamore township has no definite plans at present for How it will develop property now occupied by the Blue Ash municipal building police station and fire House which will be sold to the township when Blue Ash moves into new quarters on Cooper de. Sycamore township trustee James Bechtold said right now the township is in desperate need of a storage area for sil ver ton police arrest two Silverton police have arrested two suspects and Are seeking two More in connection with a House burglary that occurred saturday afternoon. Warrants have been issued for the arrest of two male Blacks Ages 20 and 19, being sought on charges of aggravated burglary. Police said the pair fled the Bertha Hoft residence 6316 Elwynne dr., saturday around 1 ., taking $300 in Cash with them. Entrance was gained through a basement window to the rear of the House. Police were not fed by neighbors that there were suspicious persons in the area. Apprehended by police was Bernetta Johnson 1719 Casey and a 15 year old female both charged with burglary. Patrolman Dennis race arrested the pair in their car at Elwynne and Oak after they were seen leaving the driveway at 6316 Elwynne. Equipment., a we be got a lot of our equipment being stored out in the weather at the present time. We re storing our Leaf picker on an employees farm. A we really done to have any definite plans for the building As it stands there but we do have plans for the property if it becomes Bechtold said what the township will do with the property will depend on How much is available. The township also needs additional office space As Well As storage area he said. Blue Ash City manager Vic Suhm said both the township and the City will get an appraisal value of the property and negotiate a Price. Well ask that they done to put anything there that will offend the residents of Blue Ash but we can to dictate things that Are done within the zoning Laws a Suhm said. He said the Sale would be negotiated when Blue Ash is pure of the Dale it will be moving into its new quarters. The land will not be ii laced on the open Market or hid since it is being sold to another local government Suhm said. A your attorneys Tell us that we do not Nave to bid it if we re going to sell it to another local Library Ohio historical society 1982 vel a ave. Columbus Ohio 43211 new voting system tested May 7 Blue Ink pads draped voting Booths ant Large paper ballots will be out for before voting. Right voting is done by punching a Hole through the card with a stylus voters in the 26th District May 7. V Oters will be using he new \ o Loma tie punch card provided. After voting is completed voters will Pul their ballots into an envelope and hand and it s As easy As one two three As the above Jiuu Stratios indicates. Left the voter slides v the ballot into a vote recorder. Center the voter makes put the card is inserted properly them to election officials. See Story Page 3. Noat amp Cait to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 5 00 Monday display advertising amp news dial 531-0234 serving the communities o. Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillon me a Ridgewood Mark on circulation integrity vol. Xiii no. 40 Cincinnati Ohio wednesday May 1974 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 to Stop Kenwood re. Store Madeira residents plan court action by Carol Pucci about 40 Madeira families Are expected to file for an injunction in Hamilton commen pleas court aimed at stopping a Happy foods store from locating at 6005 Kenwood rd., the former site of a Pony Keg that was gutted by fire last year. V decision Osa be made on the \90m�em it a that site. T signed a written statement sent to suburban life. A a they re the City officials Are going on the basis that their interpretation is Correct. Its not a matter of fighting the City. Its a question of Inte Kroger officials say they Hope to open the convenient Type Market by june 1. Residents in the Kenwood Cherokee or. Area say they fear the store will cause increased traffic problems and further commercialization in what is now a residential area. They Are also objecting to the stores hours 7 . To Midnight and say the peace and quiet of the a boyhood will he Dis Ide peace reign Bort Turbed. Residents Hope to stake their Case in their interpretation of Madeira zoning Law which differs from the City s interpretation. Madeira Law states that a business operating As a non conforming use reverts to residential zoning if that business is not in operation for More than 30 Days. The exception to this is if the business is damaged by an a act of cod a such As a fire or Tornado. If this happens the Law puts no limit on the time the business can take to open again. The neighbourhood Pony Keg operated by Paul Sands burned in 19t73. The building was restored to operating condition however Sands did not choose to renew his lease and the store has been vacant Evet since. The residents Are now saying the 30-Day time limit should apply because the store was in operating condition but left vacant for More than 30 Days. A the City s position is that they have a Legal right to go in says a spokesman for one of 15 families who it s a question i win f v s of cig Yin Law. Says it understands the residents viewpoint but that the City is following the opinion of its solicitor George Patterson and the solicitors opinion is that there is no Legal Way to Stop operation of a store at that site. A we feel that there is nothing legally we can do about it a Mcdonald said. A it is was and still is a non conforming use and As Long As they remodel within the four Walls without increasing the size of the building then it is Kroger is following those directions. Mcdonald says the store was located there when the area was annexed to Madeira and has been there Ever since he can. Remember. A first it was a filling station and grocery store. Its been there As Long As i can remember and 1 done to know anybody who remembers when it Wasny to it is the Only business in an area that is surrounded by residential Homes. The residents Are Sai i be residents Are saying they feel Kroger a plan constitute variance Rem xdp1j few a a ii Vilim i. In Tia elem sit Mumn inv Zug Forf 19wv, uhf in a a changes in the lighting system parking area hours of operation and the change of the nature of the store from a Small family operated store to a a big business operation. A Home owners Felt that should Madeira allow these drastic changes in this location the City would be breaking the Promise made to South Kenwood at the time of annexation. This Promise was to maintain the highest zoning standards to allow changes of this nature would downgrade the zone and Only be a change for the worse a the residents stated. The residents say they fear a a Neon Jungle along Kenwood re. With neighbouring properties conceivably reverting to commercial or quasi commercial activities. In her Home dance teacher told not to give lessons Marcia Mchugh a dance teacher who gives Ballet tap and jazz lessons to adults and children in her Brittany or. Home can do so no longer Blue Ash Council ruled thursday. Council voted unanimously to uphold a ruling from the zoning Board of appeals which closed the studio As being an excessive use of what constitutes a Home business. Mrs. Mchugh has a the citations were dismissed by mayor Raymond Mcnab pending outcome lawyer and will Appeal the decision to Hamilton county common pleas court. And at least one City official has said he does t blame her. Mrs. Mchugh was told to Stop teaching in her Home in december after neighbors complained and circulated a petition that the dance lessons were causing parking traffic and safety problems on the residential Street. A they did no to Call us first the first thing i knew there was a building inspector at Ray door a she said. Inspectors told mrs. Mchugh she could no longer give dance lessons in her Home because her business was becoming so excessive that it went beyond what is considered Ati if mrs Mchugh appealed the inspector s decision to the zoning Board of appeals and continued teaching until police served her with a series of citations. Beyo a he Tome occupation under Blue Ash zoning Law. Vote for Mckinney for Congress \ May 7 of a decision by the zoning Board. Mrs. Mchugh stopped giving lessons in her Home. Mrs. Mchugh who started teaching out of her Home three Days a week in september says there is a difference Between operating a dance school and giving dance lessons and she was doing the latter. A they re saying it is a business and i m saying it is a Home occupation and you re allowed to have a Home occupation in Blue Ash mrs. Mchugh says she taught Between 4 and 6 students in 45 minute sessions on wednesdays fridays and saturdays at her Home 8854 Brittany or. A a it a not Legal what theve re doing to me a she said. A they have nothing against me and that a Why i m going to take it one City official said he agrees with mrs. Mchugh and does no to blame her tor going to court. Construction underway the Kroger company is remodelling the site of a former Pony Keg at 6005 Kenwood rd., Madeira. The store will he a convenient Type Market open seven Days a week from 7 . To Midnight. The company recently applied for a cd and c-2 liquor License which will allow 3.2 and High powered Beer and wine to be sold on the premises for carry pot Only. Gives sketch to police clerk memorizes face of gunman a i think if she went Back to operating three Days a week there would be no problem a he said. A it s turned into a real vendetta Over mrs. Mchugh agrees that her Case has the whole neighbourhood involved. Many Are against her she says but some Are also for her. Since her Home was closed to dance lessons she has been renting the Montgomery businessman a club one Day a week for $20. She also rents two elementary schools two times a week for $6 each. A quiz night Silverton kiwanis club will sponsor its annual youth in government night this thursday 8 At the regular Council meeting in the municipal building. Fifth sixth seventh and eighth Grade students from Silverton school st. Johns and the lutheran school of our redeemer will serve As counter parts to the councilmen. By Carol Pucci a store clerk who memorized the face of a gunman who bound him to a chair and said he a would no to hesitate to kill a has supplied police with a detailed sketch of the Man suspected of committing armed robberies in Deer Park and Montgomery saturday. The suspect believed to he a mexican american or puerto rican male in his twenties fled with $30 in Cash from the United Dairy banners store 9748 Montgomery rd., Montgomery and took an unknown amount of Cash from the King Kwik store 4106 Webster ave., Deer Park. Montgomery police say the suspect a alerted the United Dairy Farmers saturday around 11 15 Aad waited for customers to leave before he ushered two clerks into a Hack room tied them to chairs with plastic tape and said he a would no to hesitate to kill them. One of the clerks William Spry an artist supplied with police with a detailed sketch he says fits car Falls on Man Steve Mcconne 11, 4223 Schenck ave., suffered a possible fracture of the left leg when a car fell on him apr. 23. He was taken to mercy Hospital by Deer Park life squad. The description of the suspect believed to be about 6 feet Tail and weighing Between 200 and 240 pounds. The gunman carrying an automatic crome plated revolver fled on foot after telling the clerks he was an a a addict and a had a Monkey on my arrested for buying glue Montgomery police arrested Herbert Wood 4911 Linden ave., Norwood on charges of Possession of a harmful intoxicant apr. 28.nice arrested him at the King Kwik store 9856 Montgomery rd., around 11 ., after he allegedly purchased six tubes of glue. Are the of police Blue Ash police Honoure Blue Ash police chief e. Ron Sturgill and sgt. Frank Suter will be two of nine persons honoured May 10 with police achievement awards. The awards Are Given annually by the Cincinnati chamber of Commerce the Cincinnati citizens police associate fraternal order associates. The awards will be presented in ceremonies on Mountain Square scheduled to Start at noon. Chief Sturgill will receive his award for Superior performance in police leadership. Sturgill has been chief since May of last year., sgt. Suter will be recognized for outstanding work with children in police and safety related programs. A i can assure you the awards were very Well deserved Quot City manager Vic Suhm said. A they have both done a Fine inside wifi Deer Park. Police believe it was the same Man who entered the King Kwik store around 1 58 . Aad ordered the clerk John Wagner to hand Over Eash from the Register. Police say the suspect was wearing Blue jeans a Cowboy hat Horn rimmed glasses and tape on his nose. Police said a customer upon entering the store and seeing the gunman returned to his car waited there until the suspect left the store and then returned to do his shopping without notifying police. Voting system explained Page 3. Issues endorsed editorial Page 2. Tips for Knothole publicity chairmen Page 2, pros cons aired in Deer Park hearing Page 4. Meagle scouts honoured Page 10. Fix a Brindamour answer questions on election issues Page 11. To Bethesda n. Mike Mickenberg 8714 Antrim was taken to Bethesda North Hospital by Deer Park life squad after he complained of stomach pains while attending Deer Park High school apr. 27. Groundbreaking Kinda Nice huh groundbreaking ceremonies for the new Blue Ash municipal building will be held tomorrow 6 at 4343 Cooper rd., West erf the Comox corporation building on the other Side of the Street. Council has awarded a contract to the Amherst construction company for a new City building and safety Center scheduled to be completed sometime in oct. \ wac feel Kinda Good about this one mrs. Larry Huber needed to dispose of several pairs of Guinea pigs and did so quickly through a Csini classified. She found Homes for All of them just in time for a be kind to animal week May 5-11. In fact if you Are in the Market for a pet Check the classified columns right now Ami do your own fund thing a a a a or
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