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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - May 03, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioWednesday May 3, �978�?suburban life 3 Grant to study Energy efficiency seven Hills teachers build a Home of future 4 m As a Mema William and Constance Porter on the faculty of seven Hills schools will learn How to build an Energy efficient House this summer and then build one in Cincinnati. They Are among the first teachers at seven Hills to earn Grants from the Miriam Titcomb memorial fund announced at a faculty dinner apr. 18. Daniel Hildebrand received an award to develop a new ninth Grade history course which will include prehistoric and non Western cultures geography archaeology and anthropology. James Fouree received an award to Complete his masters degree in environmental science. He will teach environmental studies at seven Hills. The fund established this year by Betty Deupree Goldsmith an Alumna of Hillsdale honors the first headmistress of Hillsdale one of the schools which merged to form seven Hills schools. Projects to be funded Are designed to be enriching to faculty and to the school As a whole. The porters will take an intensive course in designing and building an Energy efficient House at the shelter Institute Bath Maine. They will then design build and maintain a Home in Cincinnati which utilizes alternate sources of Energy. They Hope to Quot live in a Home that generates its own electricity and Gas through the use of wind Mills and methane producing systems supplies its own chemical free Well water composts and processes its organic wastes and produces Over seventy five percent of its food All in an ecological balanced the porters will serve As a resource on ecological living for the seven Hills and the greater Cincinnati communities. Wants recreation area More to life than Green Indian Hill resident says by Robert guard Indian Hill Coli fail members were divided at their apr. 24 meeting Over the Fate of property and a House on Graves he. The House is scheduled to be razed. The property has been tentatively a set aside As a Park in accordance with the will which conveyed the property to the Village. The term a Park a admittedly vague became the focus of a Short debate Between rest dents and Council members. One resident who identified herself As a a from new Jersey asked Council Why the property could not be used for Tennis courts or a baseball Diamond instead of an undisturbed a Green area As recommended by Indian Hill Green areas committee. A everybody in Indian Hill has enough grass of their own a she complained a what we need Are More Tennis courts and Ball diamonds where kids can mayor Andrew Hauck said that although the Green area committees recommendation is being considered final plans for the property have not been approved so a recreational a a Park has not entirely been ruled out. Councilman Robert Miles at this Point told Hauck a it sounds like this has All been decided i want to know who decided it and when. I never heard about it at a Council Hauck assured Miles that nothing has been decided and that proposals for the property will ultimately be placed before Council. Council member Betty steer who has been working with the Peen areas committee Tola Miles that up to now the committees a recommendation has been that the property revert in its natural state though the stable on the premises can and should be renovated. Miles replied that he would like to see a study done on the property to ascertain whether a recreational Park or possibly a jogging Trail and exercise course could be developed there. Councilman Yeiser interceded at this Point and suggested that steer ask the Green areas committee and the Parks and recreation committee to Survey the property and decide whether or not a Ball Field or some other facility could be constructed there. Retirement seminars at in Church get ready for Rocker or Challenge 4 retirement is neither a luxury nor a misfortune other its a new Way of life for which we Are preparing today. That a the advice of Dale Kline director of operations for Ohio presbyterian Homes Mph of Columbus. Kline will be one of the keynote speakers for a series of four seminars Mph will sponsor at Indian Hill presbyterian Church. Author of a Book on retirement planning a the other Side of sixty a Kline will Lead a session on retirement living arrangements. Free and open to the Public the seminars will be held from 7 to 9 . Monday May 1, May 8, May 15 and May 22. Keynote speaker for the session May 1 will be Margot Marples director of services for mature clients family services of greater Cincinnati who will talk on psychological considerations. Reverend Margaret Ronaldson direct Blue Ash Council Appeal Bill Knapp a continued from Page 1 Complete reorganization of the police department. A heard residents objections to a proposed zone change for two lots of Kenwood re. And Alpine ave., from r-2 to r-3 residential. The residents Are concerned about the affect the new zone would have on the Type of houses that could be constructed. Council decided to postpone a decision on the change in order to get More information. A referred the request by Chelsea Moore for a zone change from my commercial to r-3, residential for a tract of land bordering Montgomery to the planning commission for a vote s o m e m. O n t g o m e r y residents have opposed the change that would allow 115 Homes to be developed. A mayor Paul Mckinney proclaimed May 14-20 a Spring clean up paint up i Blue Ash. Fix up week in a Woven Woods a swags a window shades a bedspreads a drapery hardware shop at Home decorator service a a a Deer Park Street dilemma Flower gardeners will Delight in the upcoming program at Deer Park Library 3936 e. Galbraith Rivas mrs. Miriam Evans trustee of the local civic Garden Center presents a gardens in great Britain the event is Friday May 5, 7 30 . Mrs. Evans has been Active in gardening for years. Many Garden clubs tour her Home in Madeira comprised of two acres of formal parterre Garden. A right now the gardens Aren t very colourful but will be magnificent later in the season Quot she said. Gardens in Scotland Wales and England will be discussed. By Shelley Ann Blau How to pay for Street repairs was discussed at the Deer Park City Council meeting april 27. Before any decision can be made on the final repairs Helen Camp chairperson of the Public works committee said she needs More information from the Engineer. Mayor Francis Healy suggested Council manic Bonds or a citizen vote on a Bond Issue for capital improvements As possible solutions to the financial problem. Camp said she will wait to make a final decision until accurate estimates of the City a income from automobile License sales and the earnings tax can be determined. In other Council business emergency ordinances were passed raising the maximum salary of the clerk in the commissioner of taxation office to $4.06 per hour after More than two years service and raising the maximum salary of the clerk in the office of the safety service director with Moie than two years service to $3.91 per hour. Starting salaries Are $3.28 for the tax clerk and $3.16 for the safety service clerk. The ordinances were passed by the necessary 5 votes. The Only no vote came from Camp who said the positions deserve equal p a his is the first year there have been separate ordinances for the salaries. A i done to believe that these two departments should be separated a Camp said. Ordinances specifying the salaries of the recreation director and play ground personnel were passed to the second Reading. Another authorizing the safety service director to advertise for bids for a Snow removal equipment was passed on to the third Reading. Beauticians Why pay v2 your salary to your Boss for More information Call 791-9932 554-0480 accent decor a a custom draperies 891-2131 Park lumber requests Deer Park zone change by Shelley Ann Blau a Public hearing has been scheduled May 25 at 7 30 . To discuss the zoning of the property at 7216 Blue Ash re. In Deer Park. Currently the property is zoned 00. The Park lumber company wants to expand its present facility and has asked the City for a special variance and a zone change to Light Industrial. Councilman William Kleiman or. Said at the Deer Park City Council meeting april 27. The new baseball Diamond lights Are in Good operating condition councilman Robert Schuler reported. The Park Board took its annual walk through the Park to Check for needed repairs. Council woman Helen Camp told Council of her concern for Deer Park businesses forced to close because of the High Gas and electric Bills. Leonard a. Koch owner and proprietor of the woodcraft shop 8108 Plainfield rd., told suburban life he has closed his shop after 17 years because of the nigh cd amp a Bills and a raise in rent. Koch has moved his business to his Western Hills Home for the time being. 7108 Blue Ash Road Cincinnati Ohio 46236 tor of activities at Llanfair Terrace retirement Community and Mary Miller therapeutic recreation specialist consultant will conduct the third seminar 15, on planning time. The final session on May 22 will be led by Wilfred Martin Ohio presbyterian Homes trustee and will focus on financial planning. To get ready for retirement we first should a a look in the Mirror a states Kline. A a it a up to us to decide whether we want to sit in a rocking chair without anything to do or look on retirement As a new Challenge to renew our tonight at Montgomery tonight is student government night at Montgomery City Council. Area nigh school students will take the roles of City officials. Also at tonight a meeting 8 ., Council will consider these Agenda items resolutions requesting state action to solve traffic problems at 1-275 Montgomery re. Area awarding depository accounts for the City approving substantial modification of the downtown planned development District. Supporting a Bond Issue for the new Hamilton county Justice facilities opposing taxable Bond option legislation in the us Congress approving general liability and Fleet insurance authorizing contract with county health dept. And ordinances changing the schedule of Council meetings emergency and eliminating longevity pay for elected officials. Memorial Day Parade May 29 Sycamore Post 3744 vow is planning the annual memorial Day Parade and May 29. The Parade will begin at 9 45 . With a service at the memorial Monument in Silverton and will move from there at 10 . Over the traditional Parade route through Deer Park. After a service at Chamberlain Park March will resume to Sycamore Park in Rossmoyne. Anyone interested in marching Contact John Kiechler 791-1830 or 791-3114. Water rates up to $ 1 in in water rates for Indian Hill residents will be raised As soon As a Resolution passed by Indian Hill Council monday apr. 24, is effected. Council members gave their approval for a 30-cent increase per cubic Hundred it. Over the present rate of seventy cents. Revenue from the rate hikes will fund improvements and modifications to the villages entire water works system including a pipeline to Cross the Miami River and exploitation of the water Fields there. Mayor Andrew c. Hauck said this project is first on the Indian Hill water works list because Indian Hills present water Wells nearly ran dry last summer and water consumption in the Village is not expected to decrease in the foreseeable future. The balance of the program includes restoration of one of the villages water towers and a Long Range project to fully automate the entire water works system Over a period of several years. $20 charge eyed for ambulance free ambulance services for Indian Hill residents May be curtailed if the Indian Hill and Madeira fire request that they be permitted to charge a $20 fee per ambulance run is approved by Indian Hill and Madeira Council members. Indian Hill Council safety committee chairman Charles Yeiser told Council that the fire company is losing Money on every dispatch. He added that the service though theoretically for emergencies Only has too often amounted to a a free ride to the Hospital for residents whose medical status is not an emergency. Mayor Andrew Hauck agreed with Yeiser but reminded him that the institution of rates for the service must also be approved by Madeira Council members who voted against the same proposal a year ago. Hauck instructed City manager a. Wray White to Contact Madeira on the proposal. Latin mass May crowning in Montgomery father Daniel Dolan society of st. Pius x., will offer holy mass latin sunday May 7, 8 ., at Montgomery business menus club. Montgomery. There will be a May procession and crowning of the blessed Virgin Mary beginning at 7 45 . Public hearing on landmark there has been a Date change on upcoming Public hearings in Montgomery. On May 15, 8 ., these items will be considered Benton Patmore House landmark Swaim farmhouse landmark signs for Sherlock restaurant and provident Bank Market place Flag poles. R a i a i i i i a i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i a i i i i bring us this and Well give you a real one free. The next time you come for a delicious dinner at the magic pan bring this and with you. With each entree ordered at your table Well give you one of our scrumptious desserts free. That a a savings of up to $11.80 for a party of four. Now there san Offe really sink your Sweet tooth into. 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