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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - May 20, 1981, Cincinnati, OhioFraitik iii Wudl work i ii r is it c i u 11 v m la h outlet a s.4 gowns amp tops m �3 sizes Small Toso �3 m a of 2tfc 4 i j i 4 Jiju to it 41 a students publish Indian write Indian Hill students put out the chieftain school newspaper entirely themselves. Above Chad Christine and Rich Ruskin make decisions on Page layout Center Ann Helf Epieh prepares to shoot a Page negative and at far right faculty adviser Bill Kincaid and Christine Check plate before printing final product. Photos by Rob Zesch to place a classified and Call 731-7170 by 3 00 . Friday display advertising amp news Call 531-0234 paper delivery 731-4200 cinch a Nat suburban newspapers Mark of circulation integrity Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira a pleasant Ridge a Brecon Kennedy Heights a Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood 4415 Montgomery a Cincinnati Ohio wednesday May 20, 1981 Board votes tonight Thompson appointed Blue Ash City manager Atia approves teacher contract pry Christie Evans Marvin Thompsons new Job As the next City i tanager of Blue Ash will come More easily to him due to the excellent training he received under current City manager a a Vic Suhm the 29-year-old Thompson said. Thompsons appointment effective july 1, was determined by Council in an executive session following its May 14 meeting. The decision follows an announcement by Suhm that he will be leaving the Blue Ash Post to act As one of five assistant City managers under George Schrader in the rapidly growing City of Dallas Texas. Thompson said that he feels ready for the appointment which is under contract for one year and that his eight year training period As Deputy City manager under Suhm will stand him in Good Stead. Thompson came to Blue Ash directly from Miami University in 1973, where he received his . Degree in Urban geography and took graduate courses in Public administration. Thompson said that the appointment was what he had hoped for but that Quot its a Good feeling to be voted in Blue Ash mayor Donald Biedermann commented that the City was fortunate Quot to have someone who knows Blue Ash and is Well qualified to manage the City ready to step in and take Over. We did no to plan it that Way but its great that it worked. A the largest task at hand in the Blue Ash Community according to Thompson is the redevelopment of the downtown area along Kenwood and Cooper roads. He said that the area has been the focal Point of much Council discussion and that now is the time to make it attractive. Quot the late 1970s was the heyday for Parks and recreational facilities now we want to concentrate on the Urban part of the Thompson said that he has enjoyed an unusual sort of growth with Blue Ash in that both he and the Community have grown together. He said that eight years ago when he first joined the City management Blue Ash continued on Page 61 by Christie Evans Sycamore school Board members will vote this evening on a teachers contract which provides a 10 percent pay raise for Sycamore District teachers. The contract was approved by the Sycamore education Assn. Sea on Friday after six weeks of n e g o t i t i o it s b e twee n teachers and the Board. Sea also lifted sanctions which were placed on the school Board Back in october declaring the District an undesirable place to teach. Sanctions were imposed because at that time the Board had issued a unilateral withdrawal of the master contract refused according to teachers to negotiate fringe benefits and threatened not to1 recognize sea As a bargaining unit. School superintendent Eugene Shrimpton said that he expects the school Board will pass the contract proposal calling it a a one of the Best contracts in the entire the sanctions had not in his estimate been effective Shrimpton said As the District has received 4,000 teacher applications for the coming school year. If passed the new contract will mean a hike in pay from $12,000 to $13,200 for Sycamore teachers As Well As increased Blue Cross and Blue shield benefits. The contract also provides for a mediator in future negotiations Between Board and teachers a 10 percent raise in supplemental pay for teachers and a provision for Severance sick pay. Sea president Rick l \ Smith called the master amp v contract Quot a big step for tag Fly Ward Quot for the teachers and added that Neotia continued on Page 17 Marvin Thompson Muething reassures concerned residents Amberley by Paul Clark a county judge s order mandating a change in the Amberley Village zoning code has raised. Fears among some residents that increased industrialization might result endangering what one called the villages a Rural atmosphere. A struck Down last month by judge Thomas crush was a restriction in the code Banning the use of any Given Industrial site by More than one company or its subsidiaries. Judge crush of the Hamilton county court of common pleas ruled the restriction inappropriate thus favouring a Legal Challenge by the novel Art manufacturing co., 2121 Section re. In compliance with the order Council deleted numbers of parking spaces and exits set per Square foot of Industrial acreage. Amberley businesses Are currently restricted to an Industrial area along the Railroad crossing at Section Road. In other business a group of citizens requested that Council approve a four Way Stop at the intersection of Long Meadow Lane and Lamarque drive. Council referred the matter to police chief Joseph Truesdell for study., a an amendment to the present dog Leash Law was approved providing for stiffer fines if subsequent offences occur within two years. The Law committee1 had rejected the idea of charging repeat offenders with higher degrees of Misdemeanour because this would carry the possibility of imprisonment. The new allowances to be levied at the mayors discretion Are up to $100 for a first offence not More than $200 for a second and not More than $300 for a third offence within two years. Language pertinent to the restriction but Council members denied that a a Green Light had been Given to any changes affecting the Quot character of the vice mayor John Muething whose Law committee had considered the possible affects of crushes decision told citizens that the existing building code was Quot More than adequate Quot in regulating the Quot intensity of use Quot of Industrial Sites. The vice mayor pointed out that Only the a one company prohibition was being deleted leaving the rest of the zoning code intact. Amberley industries Muething said remain held to the same zoned areas and otherwise to the same restrictions on How the land May be used. He said the change which Only now allows subleasing on the Sites will not therefore be detrimental to the Village character. The building code restricts Quot intensity Quot of land use through such requirements As specific Holiday deadlines due to the memorial Day Holiday Early deadlines will be in effect for the May 27 Issue of Northeast suburban life. Deadline for editorial copy is noon tomorrow May 21. Classified advertising deadline is 3 . Friday census governs Ward size Deer Park state by Barbara Casson Deer Park has been requested by gov. James Rhodes Quot office to review the size of its four wards to see if there needs to be any redistricting before the november election. The wards must be equally populated and according to the 1960 census the City has lost almost 700 people. The 1970 census figure was 7,416 the newest census reports 6,745. The letter from the governor s office was presented to City Council at its May 14 meeting by Council president Harvey Alcorn. However Alcorn said the governors letter and Deer Parks census figures were conflicting by about 40-50 people. He said the situation would have to be studied with the use of a. Block map. Deer Park is responsible for the size of the wards and Hamilton county Board of elections is responsible for the eight precincts. Council received an update on the Blue Ash Road repaving program which is expected to be completed by May 31. Council discussed prohibiting truck parking near the Railroad tracks except for noncommercial Small trucks to prevent damage to the new Blacktop when the project is completed. Railroad Crossings on Blue Ash Road also will be continued on Page 6 inside Page 2.newsmakers Page 3.montgomery�?Ts old time Spring fair pages 8, 9, 10.sports Page 15.area gardens featured on tour overweight take some advice from p products dresses the largest selection in town. Zarur none higher j a a values film 558 to $78me and a Day. Believe it Mould you Behwen that Debbie Reynolds was losing the Battle of the bulge Well it s True. 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