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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - May 27, 1981, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary Ohio historical society 1982 Veis ave. Co1is bus v 001o 43211 a ii to fun fall . Posta32 fat i no shh to 0 10 a cry 11 m3 fotio to place a classified and Call 7317170 by 3 00 . Monday display advertising amp news Call 5310234 circulation 7314200 Cincinnati suburban newspapers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira a pleasant Ridge a Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton menu Ood Deer Park Rossmoyne duo Vale Ridgewood Mark of c�ocuwt10h my Getty vol. Xxx no. 43 20c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday May 27, 1981 4415 Montgomery re. Madeira residents Cranky about Cable firm promises 4underground Homes Are sunny too enjoying the Spring Sun outside the front of their solar Earth shelter Home Are the Zumwalt children Zigie 4 and Tenley 2. The visible Glass portion lets Sun warmth in to the Southern exposure while the Earth above the House helps to stabilize its temperature. See Story Page 4j. By Barbara Casson Madeira City Council is demanding that Warner amex Cable communications inc. Extend its free installation deadline beyond june 8 after receiving a flurry of complaints that the company is dragging its feet on publicizing the offer and getting residents connected to the system. Council voted at its meeting May 18 to insist the Date be extended Silverton asks Street bids by Paul Clark summer repairs for Silverton a streets sidewalks and curbs Are a step closer As a result of bid authorizations made May 21 by City Council. Council had earlier this year committed $75,000-$80,000 for such repairs. The1 May 21 nods have clarified the estimated breakdown of that sum toward specific projects. Bids Are being accepted for Black Topping several streets with a projected Cost in the Range of $33,000-$35,q00, according to Public works chairman Kenneth Davis. Council approved resurfacing work for North Fordham st. James Home and Center As Well As for the North and South ends of Park and Kenton. Davis estimate does t include an additional $20,000 expected to be spent on the Elwynne drive project for which bids Are also being accepted. Silverton sidewalks and curbs still Are being inspected to determine. What areas repaired this year. Council nonetheless also agreed to advertise for bids on a Ballpark numbers a of a repair feet a 1,000 Lineal feet of curb and 3,500 Square feet of sidewalk. The City will choose a contractor for All Side walk work and then Bill property owners in the receiving areas instead of allowing owners to negotiate individual contracts. Council members considered the Billing system to be the most Cost effective insuring uniform Quality and a better Price for owners. In other business Council agreed to a invite a state inspector to evaluate the City a jail. New minimum standards for such facilities have been issued and Law director John Armstrong warned that a a substantial work would have to be done for Silverton to qualify As a 72-hour holding facility. A Purchase a polygraph unit or a lie Detector a for the police department at a Cost Quot not to exceed $3,500.�?� beyond sept. 1 after hear a ing from John. Osier of North Mingo Lane that most residents have not been notified of the installation offer. According to the contract residents Are eligible for a 45-Day free installation period after the system was activated april 25. Although Warner had promised to hang information on the doors of Madeira Homes Council members said they did no to recall seeing the information. A Warner has lived up to so few promises Why should we sit Here and. Agree to the cutoff Date for free installation a councilman Tom Woebkenberg added. A we re not Selling Cable television but the residents should by Given a fair councilwoman Mary Ann Christie added that any problems the residents Are having with Warner would eventually wind up before City Council. Mayor Forest Atkins said residents Are already calling City Hall with complaints and two Council members had been contacted by residents reporting improper hookups and no response from Warner to their requests for installation. Residents on underground Cable will have a meeting june 4 to discuss How the Cable will be Laid. The 45-Day offer will begin for those residents after the Cable is response to the Council s action Charles Winner Warner representative said he is Quot certain something can be worked out. The City has been very cooperative and 1 Don t foresee any in other business Council referred to the planning commission a request to rezone 17 acres on Kenwood Road from residences to residence c to permit construction of a nursing Home. The request was made by Barry Kohn of tri county extended care Center in Fairfield. The proposed nursing Home first came before Council april 6 when a Public hearing was held on an addition to residence c zoning allowing nursing Homes with Independent living quarters and centralized ser vice units. Residents from South Kenwood opposed the zoning change viewing it As a first step toward building the nursing Home on Kenwood Road. Another zoning addition to permit construction of an Independent living Complex for the elderly sailed through a Public hearing without Strong opposition prior to the Council meeting. However the ordinance was later tabled by Council because of language problems and for further research by the City solicitor. Council also was informed that Indian Hill has decided to. Raise water rates 20 percent this year and 10 percent next year. Madiera had requested the rates be increased 15 percent for two years. Montgomery voters decision charter amendments on june 2 ballot superintendent of schools nationally known educator picked for Deer Park Post the Choice of the Deer Park Board of education for superintendent of schools is David p. Cavanaugh 45, principal of Worthington High school near Columbus and nationally known for his work on student learning styles. A i m excited Quot Cavanaugh said when contacted in Worthington. Quot in be heard Many Good things about Deer Park teachers and staff and am very impressed by the Caliper of the people on the Board of Cavanaugh was selected last wednesday to succeed Louis Manning who is retiring after 22 years in the District. Cavanaugh will begin his duties As superintendent aug. 1. He has been granted three year con tract with an initial annual salary of $45,000. An Indiana native Cavanaugh has been principal of Worthington High school for 11 years. The school has 2,300 students on three Campus of. He also has been principal of Tal Awanda High school in Oxford Ohio and assistant principal at Meadowdale school in Dayton. He began his education career As an elementary social studies teacher at Van Cleves elementary in Dayton. Last year Cavanaugh was listed As one of the 100 top school administrators in North America by executive educator Magazine. He has also appeared on abcs a Good morning american a and in two issues of us news and world report discussing his study of student learning styles. Cavanaugh has a . Degree from Walden University in Naples fla., a master s degree from Miami University a bachelors degree from the University of Dayton. He and his wife Shirley have two soils the eldest a student at Ohio state University and the other a Sophomore it Worthington. According to Deer Park school officials Cavanaugh was selected from 140 applications from across the country and three foreign countries. The Board personally interviewed 12 applicants before deciding on Cavanaugh. Should Montgomery change its present mayor Council government old hire a City manager that a the main question voters in Montgomery will decide next tuesday. The proposed move from a mayor Cound. To a Council manager form of government is the most far reaching change included in charter amendments on the ballot june 2. With a tap of the election punching tool Montgomery residents also will be deciding on other changes in the City a 10-year-old charter. Among them Are enlarging Council from five to seven members. Newly elected members would be seated in november rather than january. The enlarged Council would include the mayor who would be selected by Peers on Council. The mayor would be the figurative head of the government represent the City at official function and preside at mayors court. A planning commission also would be enlarged from five to seven members including the City manager and its function As die primary planning unit of the City established. Council would still retain final decision making Power. Terms on the commission would be reduced from six to four years. A the Board of zoning of appeals and the landmarks commission would established by charter. Currently they Are established by ordinance. Othet proposed chases outline the transition one form of govern i rom ment to the other. Still others include provisions to allow the City to contract at less than prevailing wages for Public contracts provide for Council approval off contracts for More than the present $5,000 amount required by state Law permitting ordinance a to be. Published in summary the basis for the revised charter is a result of the work by the charter review commission appointed by Council last year. The recommendations cd a the Commil Sion have been discussed in Public hearings and honed to final form by Council and other City officials. Madeira Board selects High school principal Michael Sullivan principal of North College Hill High school for the past four years takes Over As Madeira High school principal aug. 1, it was announced by the Madeira Board of education May 13. Sullivan is a graduate of Valparaiso University in Indiana. He earned is Cole a born 891 771 i a 75?9 Kenw oort re Dpn whiff in a Wiki smut tent a a a n a Glass fir screen Sale my Mill a a Himil 8 no Ftp 891-0251 masters degree in school administration at Indiana University. He also attended Purdue University and Xuy for additional certification. The new administrator replaces William Williamson who becomes assistant superintendent and business manager of Madeira schools. Sullivan has nine years experience As a High school administrator. He became assistant principal of Lowell High school in Indiana where he also taught in 1972. He was principal at Rochester High school in Indiana before taking Over at North College Hill in 1977. He was chosen from a slate of 31 applicants. Sullivan is married and lives in Fairfield. T t.i.i.i.lixix1x11i�1 i 1 1 lingerie s a outlet lir a lingerie fabric by the is m i Kwok sew patterns a of a laces amp elastics Fco pc a a $w4mmiirw1 w m 9 amp a Cut a i a to a i it i i it d l a i l i u a news Bra efs Madeira Church growth worries next door neighbor a rapidly growing population at Madeira Church of Christ May spell trouble according to one Madeira resident whose property Borders that of the Church. Joseph Sciarrino said that because the Church is attracting congregation members from other communities people in the neighbourhood will suffer the Brant of sunday traffic jams in front of their own driveways. The Lancewood court resident said that if the Church builds a new Access driveway onto Lancewood As a is considering doing his driveway and that of his neighbors will be right in the Middle of Church going traffic. Quot its hard enough to get out on a sunday As it is. I will feel penalized by the Church expansion if they put the new Access in a Sciarrino said. But the pastor of the Church or Lee Mason said that nothing Concrete had been decided about the location of a potential Access route. Quot i think its overblown. When you get Down to it traffic would Only increase for about 15 minutes each the churches growing congregation has prompted planned building additions of an auditorium offices and two nurseries in the front part of the existing building. Mason said the 300-person members hip donation of $135,000 in March for pledged a special donate the intended additions. Inside of Page 2.Deer Park senior elected president of National group new makers Page 3.sycamore Board of education signs pact with teachers Page 6.prather named Madeira football coach Page 8.former Indian Hill teacher invents tots swimming Aid Page 14.Kenwood women a club awards scholarships demand rivals output in student run Industry Industrial arts students at Indian Hill High school have almost More business than they can handle with their Spring project of producing picnic tables. Fifty students Are learning the ropes of manufacturing by designing and building the tables which go for $70 each. Industrial arts teacher Denny Dupps started the project by recruiting interested students from his production classes and the schools Industrial arts. Club. It so far the student group has sold More table than they have made and in order to Complete All 60 orders Dupps said manufacturing will continue Quot into the summer. Quot at first they weren to too enthusiastic about a group project a Dupps said of the participants a but now they done to want to Stop a got a favorite red special dad write us lets have some fun summer style. Our issues of june 24-25 will feature Csini s annual suburban summer supplement highlighting places to go and things fun to do. A part of any Cincinnati summer scene is baseball in general and the Cincinnati reds in particular. Csini invites its readers Young and. Old who have a favorite player to write and Tell us Why he a your Choice. Letters will be printed in suburban summer As space permits. However All letters received by wednesday june 10 will be eligible for a drawing for two Choice Box seats to the reds Atlanta game sunday june 28 at riverfront stadium. A winning youngster for instance might find this a great Way to wish dad a belated Happy fathers Day. Mail Tocsin favorite player . Box. 12010, cinti., of. 45212. Be sure to include your name address zip code and phone number. Remember All. Letters must be received by june 10. . If you have a special dad and would like to write a tribute to him get your letter to us by june 10 or before for inclusion in the following week s paper. Lets make this fathers Day the Best one he a Ever had prom dresses the largest selection in town. I sir none higher shoppes Kenwood Northgate mall mall path be shoes welcomes you to our new location 7332 Kenwood Road adjacent to the mail overweight a i a. It i Tate som advice ran me and lose up to a Pound a Day. Believe it. A a Quot ltd a i would you mine that Debbie Reynolds was losing the Battle of the but Well it s True i tried All is of diets. Nothing worked. Id Tase a few pounds and put them right Back on Quot Mannl 998 1888 Quot then i found out that ton weight can be easy the pounds began to slip away so quickly 1 could hardly believe it. 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