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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - May 24, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioBlooming beautifully Riith in jul at work in her w Ilyf lower Garden at the Park of Koe. Columbus. See or of other area grails throughout this edition news in Brief Ball Fields Park could be ready by fall �?T79 in Madeira Madeira City Council approved phase i and ii development of the City a Dawson re. Park at its May 15 Council meeting. This includes construction of two Hall Fields a soccer football Field storage restroom refreshment facilities a Road and parking lot. The development covers 13.5 acres and leaves 9.4 acres untouched. Phase i and 11 will Cost about $225,000, to be paid for by Counci manic Bonds for no More than 20 years. Representatives of Madeira sports teams spoke in favor of the Park telling of the severe shortage of Fields to serve the roughly 2,000 Young people who make up the team which need them. For instance in order to accommodate the schedule even very Young teams were playing at the lighted Sel i Man Field at 11 . Phase i includes the Earth work which will begin immediately. The Fields May he ready for use by fall 1979 if work on them can begin this summer according to councilman de Wildinson chairman of the Parks and recreation committee. If construction Start is delayed beyond this summer the Fields Are Likely to be ready for use by Spring 1980. One resident whose Home abuts the Park property objected to t he development and has asked Council so far unsuccessfully to guarantee an 80 it. Buffer zone Between the two. Councilman Doug Oppenheimer who has in the past voiced objections to the Park plan voted in favor of proceeding with the first two phases. He said the present plan has eliminated Many of his past objections. A the Pond is gone and the Creek free flowing a he sold. Also the plan now includes a foot path from. Dawson re. Into the Park instead of relying on a common vehicle pedestrian Road. Oppenheimer questioned planner Jack Pflum at length Alquit Park development costs. He opposes certain methods of funding it including paying for it and other capital improvements with a non reciprocal income tax. See Story this Page rangers still agile at 75, save Man from fire Indian Hill rangers Are a Long Way from senility. The rangers celebrated their 75th birthday Over the weekend and one of the rangers was credited with saving the life of a Man in a burning building also this weekend. It. Mike Keeley was on an investigation at 6 . Saturday morning when he and de Koch a newspaper Carrier noticed smoke coming from the Home of Eric Hilton 6937 Hurd ave. Keeley broke a window woke up Hilton 20, and led him to safety Cincinnati fire officials said. It was Hilton a planned wedding Day. All the Modem equipment and the cruisers of years gone he were on display to celebrate the 75th birthday of the Indian Hill rangers. A Day area residents looked Over the cars and equipment that have helped the rangers prevent crime in the area during All those years. A municipal mouse tells time at the Silverton City Council meeting May 18, members of cruet girl scout troop #1500 presented Council with a Mickey mouse watch will clock to be Hung in the room where the troop meets at the municipal building. An emergency ordinance was passed that will allow repairs to be made on 1-71 where there has been a land slide near the approach to the Stewart re. Exit. Because the Highway is not City owned the City must give permission for the repairs to be made. The City passed an emergency ordinance that adopts the Ohio fire code and penalties As Silverton Law. The City has been using the state code but prior to passage As a City ordinance All cases in violation of the code had to be heard in state courts in Columbus. Now Silverton can try it own cases. In other business solicitor John Armstrong was appointed juvenile referee so juvenile cases can be heard in Silverton courts. Charles Davis Betty or is by Mack Johnson mrs. Robert fee and Helen Cassidy have been appointed to the charter committee to review the City charter. June 24 has been declared a syrian Temple shrine solicitation Day in Silverton. Members of the Temple will solicit donations for the shrines Burns clinic. What will happen to Shroder in reorganization a what happens to Shroder Junior High school in the reorganization of Cincinnati schools is just one of the important items on the Agenda june 5 at a Community meeting. Shroder Junior High Community will share information and decisions concerning the school. Other Agenda items include what is a Middle school a report on vandalism and trespassing How does a child survive educational when schools Are closed in october and what Are our special goals for next year the school Community meeting has traditionally been held during the Winter but was reset because of bad weather. A members from throughout the Community Are expected to attend including businessmen clergy senior citizens As Well As parents of children enrolled in the schools. An extensive mailing has gone out to parents in the Community. Staff members from the school system and from �1g will be on the Agenda. Library Ohio historical society 1982 Vela ave. Columbus t Ohio 43211 i ii a i i 35113. I j. T j 3top agricultural student creates wildflower Garden Deer Park Grad Pauly Blooming beautifully a april showers bring May Flowers is More than just an expression to Deer Park High graduate �?T74 Ruth Pauly daughter of Erwin and Barbara Pauly of 3981 Belfast ave., Rossmoyne. Pauly will earn College credit at Ohio state University for her wind Flower beautification project at the Park of roses in Columbus. Expenses and supplier for i or Edieu Lionel display of wind Flower Haiir been paid for by tin undergraduate resin urfa rho1�rhip. Pauly Rompis Lucil for and non the award is a participant in the Ost it College of agriculture honors program one of several special programs designed to meet the needs and interest s of academically gifted indent at Ohio a state. A a it a kind of exciting a is Pauly says. A a local Garden club is sponsoring the project and will follow the ugh on tending the Pianis after 1 graduate and wave Columbus. It will be the duly wind Flower Garden in lit Columbus Powers to be planted include Butterfly Weed and wih geraniums. All the plants will be perennials which come up yearly and. Pauly adds i considered the Blooming times so there will lie plants in Bloom throughout the whole Pauly who graduate in june with a dual degree in landscape horticulture and agriculture education has had plenty id practical experience to Hack up her beautification project summer jobs a a Horticulturist As mud Arden and sri Jig Grove cemetery a Well a three Mouth of student teaching experience at the i he it ltd i ocal a a Nal program. Named As the top senior in agriculture in 1977. She was also singled out for the outstanding honors scholar award last year. In addition to her research scholarship she is the recipient of a stadium Dor Mitory scholarship a women of 1 Detroit award and the Marion k. Thomas scholarship Trout the College it agriculture a after re e e i v i n g h e t bachelors degree with i Tim ton Spring Quarter Pauly Plant to a 1 tend graduate school it the diversity of Illinois when she will work toward a masters degree to land scape horticulture. To place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 4 00 . Monday display advertising amp news dial 531 <0234 Cincinnati Sib Urban newspapers inc. Blue Ash Montgom Iyo Amberly Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights inert on a Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood Mark 0t Cucu Tiok it Toholt vol. Xvi no. 43 13c Cincinnati if i wednesday May 24, 1978 4415 Montgomery ltd. Phone 531-0234 Madeira Council to consider at june 5 meeting one percent non credited lax urged by Carol Render arid Maureen Rubinan Madeira City Council will consider instituting a one half percent no credited income tax at a full committee hearing june 5, 7 . The tax was proposed at councils May 15 meeting As a method of paying for three construction a rejects in Madeira. Made presently levies a one half percent reciprocal earning stax. The recommendation made by mayor Forest Atkins As chairman of councils finance committee did not find favor with at least one Council Mem her Doug Oppenheimer. Maderia i the second suburban Jfe urea com a minty to consider non credited taxation in recent months and other financially strapped Small cities May follow. Sikh Ron enacted a one Petroro t non Fly earnings tax in Dee. A non credited tax is paid by All income earning City residents and people who work in the City with no credit Given for earnings Taxe paid to other cities. The More usual situation in Hamilton county is that tax credit is Given for City residents who pay earnings taxes in cities where they work. A the proposed Madeira tax by old help pay for not tha coun co34fwb1<k�d to obtain for i no City Hall renovation service building construction and Park construction. According to Atkins the income tax revenues would also be used to pay for 1 general operating costs 2 increased ice and Snow removal expenditures. 3 increased Street repair and 4 additional sewer. Including the architectural and engineering fees that such projects require. Oppenheimer strongly objected to the finance to m a hit t tie a s proposal maintaining that Suco a tax would be a unwanted and unnecessary and that it would bring in More Money continued on Page 16 tax could generate $320,000 these Are what the proposed Hall percent non reciprocal income tax would bring in yearly in Madeira and also some alternate tax increase possibilities according to City manager George babe a one half percent non reciprocal income tax $320,-000 Quot hike in property tax Mill age from 6.4 to 7.5 $56.9811 increase in the a percent reciprocal earning. Tax to Orre percent Ajo Tuexi a. Babe said the City spent an average of $65.000 per month in 1977 for City operations. He believes there should be enough carry Over Money from year to year to cover three months of City operations and enough Money generated from other sources to cover a fourth month of operation. Blue Ash student Council night students pass re ordinance while elders Duck Issue a 6mayor9 and her Helper Silverton mayor Richard w. Broken share his duties with Jean Fischer at the City a May 18 Council meeting. In conjunction with Multi in government night students from our redeemer st. Johns and Silverton school look on the a responsibilities of City officials. A mayor Fischer opened the meeting with the Salute to the Flag and conducted business with a minimum of coaching from her assistant sitting to her left. The Kenwood Silverton Madeira kiwanis sponsored the evening s activities. Meningitis danger Over Sycamore High school health officials said the danger has passed and no new cases of meningitis have been reported. Sycamore Junior Cathy Kiessling died last tuesday of meningitis at children a Hospital. Cathy a popular student went Home from school with flu symptoms a week earlier and was taken to the Hospital after she developed splotches. She was the daughter of or. And mrs. Max Kiessling 9232 Village dr., Montgomery. In memory of Cathy two minutes of silent prayer were observed wednesday morning at the school. There was originally a concern that those in close Contact could become infected. A the people from the health department said the greatest danger was during the first three Days a said school nurse Anna Adams. Inside of More news briefs on Page 3, Madeira mayor answers Sunshine letter Page 2. Corti Mittee searches for coach Hurst replacement also on Page 2. Deer Park Moe Bow Schenk sets state swim record Page 8. New makers Page 5. Norm a fixes Johnny Marzetti to continue her Low Cost Good tasting recipes inside Back Page. By Gail Jordan the High school students who took the place of the Blue Ash City Council members for student government Day grappled with some of the difficult very real problems the City is facing. They passed a Resolution establishing a policy on parking recreational vehicles on the City streets recommending a Detour at the Kenwood re. Bridge and installing lights and a Railroad crossing Gate at Cooper re. The students with the help of asst. Gity manager Marvin Thompson Drew up a Compromise plan that would permit recreational vehicles to be parked in the driveways in r-3 residential a zones with a permit. Tamper could not be parked in re and r-2 zones and. Within five feet of the Street right of Way line in any zone. The recreational vehicle re parking question was the subject of an emotional Kublic hearing the night before. Most of the people at the meeting own rvs and opposed any limit to parking campers on their own properties. The regular City Council decided to continue to study the problem. City manager Vic Suhm said a list of possible solutions would be ready for review in june. Councilman Raymond Macnab. After giving his name and address told the student Council he opposes the crossing the crossing Gates on Cooper re. A and said they would vase More accidents than they would prevent. The students passed the measure with a 6 i vote. Student mayor Judy Macnab daughter of the councilman voted for the measure. The Only no. Vote came from student vice mayor Kim Biedermann daughter of vice mayor Don . She said she thought the Gates were not needed since the trains run so late at night. The students voted unanimously to recommend a Detour around. The Kenwood re. Bridge during repair work. The regular Council citing some of the students reasons approved the Detour and the Railroad Gates. The students also passed resolutions limiting use of the new Blue Ash recreational facilities to Blue. Ash residents Only and adding six More students to the youth advisory group of the City recreation commission. Council did not act on these recommendations. Participating students were mayor Judy Macnab Sycamore vice mayor Kim Biedermann Sycamore at Large Stephanie Runyon Sycamore councilman Ward 1 Dan Hoekzema Moeller councilwoman Ward 2 Lisa Henri Sycamore councilman Ward 3 Bill Clark Moeller Council woman Ward 4 Stephanie haves Sycamore City solicitor Rete Bender Moeller clerk of Council fire chief John Frey. Moeller City manager Todd Williams. Sycamore director of Public service Mark Suter Moeller police chief Roy Bushman. Sycamore director of Community develop men Jim Rovito Moeller chairman planning commission Mark Hamm. Sycamore. Early deadlines suburban spa per will life new have Early deadlines for the edition of May 31. Picture deadline is thursday noon. News deadline is thursday 4 . Late breaking news will be considered if possible Friday morning. Retail advertising deadline is Friday 3 . Classified deadline is Friday 4 . 6only have eyes for you Melanie Junker reigned a the Quern of i or 1978 Deer Park High school Junior senior prom. She i the daughter of Dale Junker. Senior fran w Ade Ang the theme Ong. On it have eyes for \ us Quot. Melanie is escorted b Keith Auckerman. See other school graduation news this Issue we buy diamonds and Diamond estates from 100 to �?T100,000 Call for appt. 793-6639 0#y Cleamo set cia lists since 1�10 pack or a Otu Uffer 321-5100 2016 Madison Road
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