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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - May 09, 1979, Cincinnati, OhioA by Nik Xvi donations for Sale one of the first to Pat gift books into the friends of the Public Library Book Barret at the Deer Park Library is Betsy Holloway. Collected books will be sold on. Fountain Square june 18. 10 a.m.-5 30 . Barrels Are in All 37 Branch libraries and proceeds will Benefit the Public Library. Mrs. Louis e. Kahn is chairman of the event. News by cos Royal couple visit Luxembourg in Montgomery a proclamation of official Welcome was issued by Montgomery May or Fred p. Young for a visiting Royal couple his Royal highness Jean Duke of Luxembourg and. Her Royal highness Josephine Charlotte grand Duchess of Luxembourg. The Duke and Duchess visited the Luxembourg House the wine and cheese shop located at 7789 Cooper rd., on monday evening. Owned by John and Rosemary Van Kirk the shop offers a wide selection of Domestic and imported wine and cheeses. The Montgomery Stop was a part of a three Day tour by the visiting dignitaries in which they participated in Miami University a commencement exercises and. Toured Cincinnati and Youngstown. Retirement Short lived for Deer Park chief Deer Park police chief John Neihaus wont be leaving his Post after All. Neihaus announced Friday that his plans to retire As chief after 26 years of service have been abandoned for personal reasons and. He has been reinstated. Last month the chief announced his retirement and plans to embark upon a Security related Job in private Industry he said Friday that he could not accept the position because of an old injury that would affect his Job performance. It was with mixed emotions that he asked mayor Francis Healy to reinstate him be said sine1 he was a looking Forward to the new Neihaus said he has enjoyed his Job with the department and that it was a hard decision to make when he decided to leave. Unfortunately it backfired he said. A Dillonvale resident Neihaus joined the Force in 1953. He was promoted to sergeant june 13,1964 and to chief get. 18,1.964. In 1.978 he served As temporary safety service director until a permanent person was appointed to the Post. A Neihaus and his wife Ruth have five children John jr., Joseph. Robert Theresa and Mary Ellen. They Are expecting their first grandchild some time this month. Area Law officers receive awards two area Law enforcement officers. Set. Thomas risk of the Madeira police dept. And. Col. William Barnett chief of pol Indian Hill rangers will be honoured May 15 for outstanding Law enforcement efforts at the annual a police week appreciation awards banquet. Sgt. Risk is being awarded the 1979 act erf bravery presentation for a this outstanding courage and careful action in apprehending two armed suspects while they were robbing a local drug store and for excellent judgement in minimizing any risk to shoppers. Col. Barnett is the recipient of the 1979 contribution to Law enforcement award for his a determined and successful efforts during 1978 As president of the Hamilton county police association in extending the life of the regional enforcement narcotics unit Renu a the banquet is sponsored each year by the fraternal order of police associates Lodge no. 4, Cincinnati citizens police association and the greater Cincinnati chamber of Commerce. Deer Park seeks Cable to opinions Deer Park residents who have questions or comments about Cable to will have their Chance to speak during a Public hearing May 10, 7 . Before regular City Council session. The hearing will be held in Council Chambers at the City municipal building Corner of Matson and Beech avenues. According to councilman Robert Schuler Deer Park probably will he making a decision soon Ami would like to know what City residents think. Warner Cable crap was the Choice of the 34-m�?absr inter Community Cable to committee of which Deer Park is a member. Schuler however did not vote with the committee saying Choice of a Cable company is City councils decision. Warner and telecommunications corp. Were the Only two companies to make proposals to the committee for a super franchise Deer Park. Can. Either be included in the super franchise conclude its own contract with Warner or chose another company. Inside a letters to mom throughout this Issue. A no makers Page 2. A Montgomery students Sample government Page 4. A sports scene pages 6, 7, and 8. A happenings Page 9. A Ridge Day coming up May 19, Page 13. Oni b h�3tarleal 1l�z be Usa Aya. it tub Perrit m0. To place a clarified and Call 731 -7170 by 4 00 , monday display advertising amp news Call 531 -0234 Cincinnati stint Man newspapers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hium Madame pleasant midget Brecon Kennedy Heights a subvert on Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood vol. Xviii no. 41 ,200 Cincinnati. Ohio wednesday May 9, 1979 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531 -0234 Silverton police ask new salary package by Shelley am scow either Silverton Council is currently a considering recommendations by the City s police fire Ana traffic committee that would Amend a police wage and Benefit ordinance that was passed last december. Fraternal order of police Fop representatives had been asked to negotiate for the department but Council passed the ordinance before any negotiating sessions were begun. Although the City never formally recognized the Fop As bargaining agent the Council did make provisions few the police committee headed by councilman Thomas Clinton to negotiate with three members of the police Force and a fourth person of the1 officers Choice. Fop president Mike Keeley and Fop attorney Matthew Creehan have taken turns filling the fourth position of the bargaining team according to Fop spokesmen. Negotiations began in february and each Side has submitted proposals Bat not All areas have been resolved both skies agree. Clinton told Council that the Section of the ordinance dealing with sick pay requires More investigation by the City solicitor. Fop representatives say the sick leave Section is Only one of the sections still undecided. The ordinance Quot a unclear As to when officers Are required to bring a doctor s excuse. Now says a Days taken in excess of five Days due to sickness or injury in line of duty shall be without pay unless accounted for by a doctors question is whether or not the five Days mint be consecutive absences or any absences More than. Five. Fop representatives said that the wages of two officers were docked last week for being absent More than five Days without am excuse. However they said they understood the ordinance to mean an excuse is necessary after five consecutive Days. Clinton said later he was unaware of the docked payments. Ote other Points Clinton enumerated to Council comprise the a a minimal i package presented to the committee by the department. He said he construed them to be acceptable to the Force and he considered them the departments final request. Fop spokesmen said there Are several areas in addition to questions about sick leave payments that have not been resolved. There is a till an imputes on salaries. Clinton proposed salary hikes May 3 that would increase 1st78 salaries seven continued on Page 10 student works pass inspection viewing a Fod Eitt Art work a i display at the Madeira train station Are visitors to the Madeira Art fair held last sunday. The Fain sponsored by die Madeira a Oman s dab. Also featured a a Petal exhibit of Dollhouse miniatures by the miniature society of Cincinnati. Arlt and Era fit Booths lined the business District with products for sole and the Miami Hills Larden lab. Madeira High school key club and the Madeira Kenwood kiwanis a old Plant. Food Booths were manned by the the club. American Field service and girl scouts. A by a to by it ally Ann Davis. A Madeira moves on parking by Carol Reader Quot with predictions being made right and left about gasoline prices that will soar in the next few years. Montgomery supports Alliance study group by Gail Jordan Montgomery City Council unanimously approved a Resolution May 3 supporting the efforts of the Community Alliance study committee. The citizens group began earlier this year to study ways the cities of Montgomery and Blue Ash and Sycamore and Symmes townships can cooperate in. The future. Also approved was $250 to help defray office expenses erf the committee. Last week the four Blue Ash. Representatives dropped rat of the study after Blue Ash City Council rejected a similar Resolution of support. Some Blue Ash officials have said they consider the study a waste erf time and Money. Sycamore township trustee a. James Bee h told said be is Quot puzzled at the Short sightedness of Mae Bechtold created the committee in part to stave off a Rusk by the cities to Annex the Choice parts of the town ship. He contends that the committee could help plan an. Orderly growth for the entire area. He said he fears that annexation could result in scattered pieces of a township that could not support themselves. committee representative Denn is Nelson told Council May 3, that the purpose of the group k to study All the needs of the four governments. He said he thought that too much Emp Hask has been placed on the controversial idea to merge the four into one a a super a no body k thoroughly committed to the merger of . ,.� a a be. A min. . The four areas Quot he said a the idea is Only one of the possibilities being in other action Montgomery Council a approved plans for an addition to the Montgomery Square shopping Center. A two Story building of 5,700 Square feet will be cons t r u c Ted. Co u n i 1 m a n Howard Smith head of the councils planning and. Zoning committee said that the planning commission and area residents were sat fied with the plan to be developed by the Cooper co. A approved an ordinance creating supplemental sick leave for police injured in the line of duty. A approved an. Ordinance setting fines for Ahe alarms. A passed to a third and final Reading three ordinances that will establish a land. Use fees commission and accordingly Amend the City zoning and. Building code. A heard mayor Fred Young proclaim the week erf May 13 As Small business week in Montgomery. The City of Madeira May be doubly glad that it has taken a number of Steps to help along mass transportation in its Community. Madeira City officials and Queen. City metro have been a discussing the possibility of locating a Park Quot a a ride facility in downtown Madeira. Last week this proposal became serious business when it was propelled from the talking stages into a con Rete Effort to obtain funding. Madeira Council passed a Resolution apr. 30 allowing City manager George babe to work with metro to Fife an application with the . Dept of transportation for funding. Plans Are to build the facility on Railroad ave. Where the City a Street service Complex stands. % Hen the new service Complex currently under construction on Dawson Road is completed the old Complex Caa be torn Down and a Park a ride shelter erected. Babe explained. The land also will Quot accommodate approximately 18 parking spaces be said. According to the City manager the entire project k expected to Cost approximately $-27,200. The City must contribute 20 percent of the Cost. Babe said and. Hopes Are that the City s billion will be the land however the land must be appraised before the City waft know whether it will be valued at the necessary amount. The $27,200 estimate includes surfacing and landscaping grading demolition erf the service Complex construction erf a shelter and filling in of fuel tanks at the site said Bate. The idea for the Park a ride facility came from Madeira mayor Forest Atkins according to Bate. Railroad ave. Is perfect for the project he said because the location k in. The a so called Center of the business District and Only minor adjustments in the current bus routes through the City routes 4 and 28 will bring metro right to the spot. The facility k a great Way to meet area residents immediate and future needs. Bate observed. In the near future it will help those residents from sur rounding communities a such As Loveland which just had a bus route discontinued. In the far future it May serve even More people especially if people turn to the railroads for travel. The location is adjacent to the Railroad tracks that run through downtown Madeira. A with the Energy crunch Quot babe said a people will be forced to mass among the c Oun cil members commenting pm the proposal late last week was Council member Man Anne Christie. A a the will the a Good thing for Madeira to have a Christie said a the City planning com Mission air adv has approved the Park n ride proposal and a Resolution is expected to be passed at its next meeting said the City manager. Bate said the application for Federal funding k quite extensive and he does not expect to have it completed before the end of the year. A spokesperson for metro said the usual arrangement for Park Quot a ride facilities is for the Community to maintain it and metro to develop this program promote it and devise a plan so All such facilities do not. End up in the same general Vicinity. Studies ave found that such facilities provide convenient and accessible transportation to downtown areas help Lessen pollution and congestion provide mobility shift parking from downtown to a a fringe areas and save people parking fares. Besides approving the Park a ride revolution loot week City Council also voted in favor of a approving additional funding for the widening and improvement project at the inter Letioa of Euclid Ami Kenwood. The winning bid came in the the mate at $14.808 above the a limited Cost according to Council member Doug Oppenheimer. The City manager sex continued on Page 11 Indian Hill seeks bids on Camargo re. Repair by Betsy a ltd Quot this a is a., dangerous situation and somebody could get killed a said councilman Robert Miles at the april 30 Indian Hill Village Council session. Made in reference to the Camargo re. Landslide Miles comment was followed by councils authorization of Village manager a. Wray White to have engineering specifications prepared and. To advertise bids for repair of the slide located Between Given re. And the Clermont county line. Correction in order to Complete Road repairs in Deer Park mayor Franck Healy has asked Council to Issue Council m a inc Bonds. It was erroneously reported in last weeks edition of suburban life that residents will the asked to Purchase these Bonds they will not. If Council decides to Issue the Bonds the Money will come out of general Revenue funds at no additional Cost to the taxpayer. A repair will Cost an. Estimated $70,000, according to Public works and water works chairman James Orr. Council also agreed that another severe downpour could cause extensive damage and decided to Block off that Section of Camargo re. For motorists safety in the event of heavy Rains. Three other landslides mentioned in Orris monthly report were also briefly discussed by Council a Hopewell rd., half of which k blocked at the slide near Sycamore Creek will Cost an estimated $40,-000 to fix. A a we re going to ask the county to fix it Quot said Orr he added a a we can temporarily repair1 it for the summer until the county responds hopefully by fall or Early a the Muchmore re Bridge slide estimated at $57,000 to repair will be paid for by the county because the Road passes through several subdivisions As Well As Indin Hill. Last week Hamilton. County Engineer Donald. Schramm recommended the Bridge Becky de. A the Rock Hill landslide k currently under investigation by Orr committee. Questioning the need for investigation into repairs for Rock Hill mayor Hauck said a there s slippage and people Are contending the water works is letting its water main leak. Council has a. Legal problem since it does no to know who the water main belongs to. Its on private not Village property and we should look at its history before getting the main in question runs almost straight up Rock Hill and has teen previously lengthened four times according to Hauck. Erosion also was discussed in Rel atom to construction. In the Village. Betty steer chairman of the Public grounds and building committee expressed concern Over silting which occurs during building. As a preventive measure Hauck. Advised the Law committee to devise a a simple anti silting in other Council business # the Village manager was authorized to employ a full time person in the service dept to replace the Ceta employee who recently resigned. The d. E p i. A a o t her c e t a employee for whom funds will run out at the end of september will not be replaced until next year. Salt wifi %. , 1 it Juke jul Montgomery Market place Spring Sale. A a. Now 1 i $449.00 369&Quot f a save�?~80.00 i i with this Coupon i i Montgomery a cycler 703- Nesta a Estt

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