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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - May 23, 1979, Cincinnati, OhioMoore appreciation $. A. A a v to Quot to Quot a i a a chairman of mama Gomry City cum Seifi plan Piaf and zoning it Ommi Tler. Howard Smith left per Walt a Resolution of appreciation to Robert Moore of Shadow Hill Way for i service to the Community As a member of the planning commission and for serving As chairman. 19� 3-78. Meare is treasurer and chief financial officer of Rosier Oil co. And appointed to the commission in 1974, signs return to Reed Hartman Hwy. Blue Ash police chief Ronald Sturgill said monday Stop signs have been reinstalled on Reed Hartman Highway at the intersections with Creek Cooper and Cornell ads. However. Sturgill say How Long the Stop signs would remain at those locations. According to Sturgill the signs were removed by Hamilton county due to Reed Hartman a four Lane status prior to the Highway is opening last Friday morning. Problems arose when Drivers entering the Highway expected Drivers on the Highway to respect Stop signs that were no longer up. Although there were Many close Calls Sturgill said no accidents were reported. Sturgill said the county could still remove the signs at any time. Even though the Highway is officially county property Blue Ash is advert a Sig for bids on the installation of Street lights at the Reed Hartman s intersections with Cooper and Cornell ads. The county has Given its approval of the project. Sturgill also commended the county and state police for their assistance in Clearing up last fridays suspect has Day in court David All i Cain 23, yesterday had his Day in Hamilton county municipal court. Montgomery police charged him with two counts of breaking and entering two counts of vandalism As a felony and Possession of criminal tools. According to police the charges Stem from the arrest of Cain on tip morning of May 16 As he fled from the rear of Driver s Montgomery pharmacy 945h Montgomery re. Police said Cain entered and ransacked the offices of or. Edward r. Brown 9452 Montgomery rd., then proceeded to chop a Hole in the Wail Between the doctors office and the pharmacy after crawling through the Hole police said Cain ransacked t he drug store. Total Bond had been set at $150,000. In other Montgomery news police a report 23 sheets of plywood valued at $445, were stolen from the Montgomery crossing building site off Weller rd., sometime Between May 17-18. Police have no suspects in the Case. Say three am pm radios were stolen from cars parked on the Williams Ford used car lot. Sometime Between May 12-14. A 1971 Ford a 1974 Ford and a 1975 Ford were the victimized cars. Total value of the radios is $600.crossing, Bridge repairs will close Section re. Drivers who use Section re. Through Amberley Village will have to get used to a Detour from june 11 until possibly the end of july. The Road will be closed for repairs to the Railroad crossing near the Gibson greeting card co. And the Bridge West of fair Oaks in. According to Amberley Village manager Bernard Bora ten Conrail workers Are scheduled to repair the crossing Between june 11 and. 18. After that work is Complete Village workers will begin repairs on the Bridge. The Bridge is expected to be closed for four or five weeks Boraten said. Traffic will be detoured through Golf Manor or pleasant Ridge. Inside a new makers Page 2. A government Swift for Blue Ash student City Council Page 4. A local Man aboard uss Cincinnati Page 6. A happenings Page 10. A sports Page 10. A vote for your Choice for total athlete of the year official ballot Page 11. A Mother writes about her exceptional child Page 15. A Blue Ash ice rink vote due tomorrow Page 22. First class scouts Mew first Das girl scouts of troop to. 1646, Deer Park neighbourhood Are from left Paula Davis Mary Ellen Lacey. Angela Tegen Kasp Betsy Murray and Michelle gramme. They will participate a the Cadette bridging to seniors on the june t boat ride on the Ohio River t. F h a a a a a ltd a ,. ,. 1932 wimm ave. Colu aus Caio Ijar u a 3 a p a a it a a i 3 0 .-.13 p��1tf a. 353 cd no innate sub Urban news papers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery a Amberley Village Indian Hium Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood vol. Will no. 43 20c Cincinnati. Ohio wednesday. May 23. 1979 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531 -0234 Blue Ash pull out spurs study group by ail Jordan the Community Alliance study committee is still in business despite the pull out of the Blue Ash representatives according to a statement released this week by Sycamore township representatives of the committee. The release states that the recent annexation squabbles Lack of an orderly plan for growth in the townships and the possible benefits of cooperation among Blue Ash Montgomery Sycamore and by names townships have spurred the group to continue and even intensify its efforts. According to the statement the group Hopes that after the november elections the representatives from Blue Ash can be coaxed to return. Blue Ash s. Withdrawal has raised several a Festina. Rae statement notes. Are the townships now moving toward annexation with Montgomery by default Bill Sycamore twp. Be forced to incorporate to fend off piecemeal annexation by the cities incorporation of two of the three sections erf the township is possible according to Sycamore twp. Trustee a. James Bechtold but would Only be considered if the1 idea has. The support of residents and is the recommended course of the study committee. To incorporate township land must be in one piece. This would make it impossible to include the it Canterbury gardens area South of Reading. A at this Point no one wants i Neorr said . Parker Sycamore twp. Committee representative and author of the statement. Montgomery sets Date for Cable to hearing by Guil Jordan a Public hearing on Cable to in Montgomery has been set for May 29, 8 . At the City municipal building 10101 Montgomery re. According to councilman Chuck Abbott the is to inform residents a wit the Cable proposals the City has received and to allow residents to ask both City officials and Cable company representatives questions about Cable to. Front runner for the franchise in Montgomery is Warner Cable co., the firm that endorsed by the 34-member inter Community Cable to com Mittee. Abbott represented Montgomery in the group. The City has also received a proposal from telecommunications inc. Abbott says he favors Warner although he stressed that the Council has not made a final decision and open to a citizens comments and suggestions. Abbott said that Cable service for the Sycamore school District is a primary concern. He said be has been working in a conjunction with school officials and Blue Ash and Sycamore township to assure that Cable service will include the entire school system. He acknowledged that i be Man Likely Way to do ibis is for All the govern me at in the Srboui District to choose the a a me company. B be Ash intends to sign Vith Vearner. Sycamore township has made no re Betsion. A al Thoutt Tuv ships participated in the inter Community Cable to group it is unclear if township trustees have the authority to sign a franchise agreement. A Bill is now under consideration in the state legislature that would permit townships to sign separate contracts for Cable service Cable firms make pitch to Silverton june 4 by Shelley Ann scow either Silverton residents will be Given the Opportunity to learn Quot everything they always wanted to know about Cable to but were afraid to ask a according to councilman Richard Hunter. Hunter announced at the May 17 Council meeting that the City will hold a Public hearing on Cable Jung 4 at 7 30 . In Council Chambers. Representatives from the Warner Cable corp. And telecommunications inc. Will give presentations. Councilman Thomas Clinton read Council the recommendation of the police fire and traffic committee regarding sick leave for police department personnel. Cd Mot recommended Amberley Village picks Warner Cable Amberley Village Council monday night approved a Resolution stating intent to negotiate with w Amer Cable co. To provide Cable to service to the Village. The Resolution directs a committee consisting of the City solicitor Village manager and councilwoman Barbara Steinberg head of the Council committee studying Cable to begin negotiations with the firm. First meeting is today said Bernard Boraten Village manager if items of concern to Council can be worked out a contract should be ready to present to Council sometime next month Boraten said. We Amer with regional offices in Columbus endorsed for a super franchise by the 34 member inter Community Cable study committee of which Amberley a a member. A a also presenting a proposal of Amberley inc., a Denver based firm which awarded the franchise in neighbouring Golf Manor. A the Dee fam followed a special Hmaiag last monday at we Len representatives of lath companies spoke. I May 14 Council also a accept i the bid of King equipment co. Of Monroe. Odo for a Leaf collector. Cot. Cd the equipment is $6,6 1. A approval adding a dental plot of for All employees to the City s insurance coverage. Annual Cost to the Ity will be $4,350, Borassi said. Last month could decided to add the coverage As part of a total re evaluation of wages and Fame fits for Village employees. Sick leave be Are rued al a Rale of 1�?~v Day per month totalling is a lays per year. Afier fire consecutive Days Quot absence a doctor Quot a excuse will be required. Police said earlier this month that a unsolved item in negotiations dealt with the requirements for a doctor s excuse. It unclear whether or not the excuse is required after five consecutive Days of after five accumulative Days. Much of the meeting dealt with traffic questions. Several residents requested to Monitor Speed on woot Ford and Stoll roads. Councilman John doll asked if the City has considered providing an alternate Entrance to the Park that is to be built at Plainfield and Montgomery roads. Currently the Only Entrance to the Park is planned few Plainfield re safety serv Ter director Paul Meman in a ruled to Check the to stability of installing n left turn signal Anta Plainfield coinciding with the left Tarn signal afforded North Bon and Montgomery re. Travellers. Mayor Richard Benken a warns students that anyone caught stealing a Flag from the memorial Day Flag a celebrations will Cost the thief Quot at least the eau Velen t of the Purchase of a dozen flags. W. By pan do fined for even Ason maj m Montgomery Market place pleasant Ridge on display a a retard to plea and Ridge View the display of arts and Erna in which lined the sidewalks of Montgomery and Ridge roads inst saturday during the a Mew Ridge Day a a Celebration arli ans demonstrated their skills at the various arts and crafts stores in the business area while merchant held Dewalk sales. Booths games eating contests Beauty pageant and mini Marathon rounded out the Baine District activities on the Day of Community Celebration for pleasant Ridge residents. Photos by Sally Ana Davis memorial dedication set the City erf Montgomer through the efforts of the Montgomery kiwanis club is erecting a memorial on t he grounds of Swaim Fields Park in recognition of those who serve in defense of tip country. Dedication ceremonies Parade route Blue Ash civic league will hold its annual Parade Mav 28 at 10 30 . Toe Parade will Start at the Sycamore Junior High school go South Ora Coop red. Ana terminate at the civic league Park pm Alma ave. Will take place memorial. Day May 28 beginning at. 1 3� . At the Park located in the area of Cooper and Zig Zag re. Participating in the program will be i a. Rep. William d. Gradison. Who will present a Flag flown from the its. Capital state sen. Richard h. Finan presenting a Flag for the state of Ohio mate rep. Dale Van v even judge Jack Rosen Hamilton county municipal court father Francis Niehue presenting the invocation and Benediction mayor Paul i Mckinney of Blue Ash James Bechtold jr., president of the Board of trustees Sycamore township Hamilton county. Commissioner Allen Paul mayor Fred p. Young and members of his administration. Members of Montgomery Council. Park and recreation commission and Montgomery kiwanis club. Early deadline. Due to the memorial Day Holiday Early deadlines will be in effect this week. Deadline fur All photos and news is tomorrow by noon. Deadline for classified advertising is Friday 4 . Call 731-7170. Save $80.00 a the economical solution i a i 130 i w a in 349 i a with this Coupon 5 Montgomery a cycler i cum to Mem. A jumps Spring i my All of cajun Ling g8wns Avi f0rm4ls�?�24&Quot compared to
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