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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - November 01, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary Ohio historical society 1902 Velma ave. Columbus Ohio 432h let a Earea candidates answer questions for election �?T78 inside police beat police mourn death of Delhi officer life area police departments join the Delhi township police department m mourning the death of Delhi police officer John Bechtol. The 23-year-old officer was killed oct. 25 when his Cruiser collided with another car at Delhi Pike and Pedretti re. He was responding to a Call. Police will Wear Black tape Over their badges until nov. 24 in Honor of the dead officer. Moped motor Bike Law explained by police Madeira police dept has sent suburban life a news release aimed at Clearing up confusion about the new Ohio a moped motorized bicycle Law and How such vehicles differ from motorcycles. Madeira police Are presently issuing warnings to violators of the Law but will Issue citations after nov. 15. The Basic requirements under the new moped motor Bike Law Are that such a Driver be at least 14 possess a valid Drivers chauffeur or motorcycle License or obtain an a a Ohio motorized bicycle operators the Law defines a moped or motorized bicycle As having a Piston displacement of no More than 50 cubic centimetres producing no More than one Brake horsepower propelling the vehicle at a maximum Speed no greater than 20 Miles per hour on a level surface. 4 any motor driven or motor assisted Cycle which exceeds any of these limitations is legally a motorcycle and subject to requirements that apply to full sized motorcycles a Madeira police explain. The Law also defines 32 other requirements such As safety equipment and Parent responsibilities. Moped Drivers must observe state and local traffic Laws. As of this fall there Are 40 motorized bicycles mopeds sanctioned by the state police said. They Are sole Vespy Ciao Moto Bee Ane Garelli Camatti Ratavus Hercules pm Carat Jawa Columbia Moto Guzi a a Robin puch Quot Maxi Quot a Flandria 101, Flandria 102, Bermuda 147 a Bermuda 147 of Benelli Blazer Lem f. Morini Hercules m-4, Penney a Pinto it Alvelo. Asper Valenca Tiger Valenca Roxie Odyssey scout Blanca am moped Concord Ike Malaga to Lazer motion Cosmo Blazer i Cosmo Blazer a Cosmo Colt i Cosmo Colt ii Kreidler mp-9 Flor Honda Hobbit Tomos a3 so. For a Complete text of Ohio a motorized bicycle rules and regulations write to Legal Council Ohio department of Highway safety 240 Parsons ave., Columbus Ohio 43205. Security Gates on Way at Sycamore High Sycamore High school officials Are hoping that Security fences at the High school May be installed within the next month or two. The school placed an order with the Security Fence co. For three Gates last thursday two Gates to closer the East Entrance to the High school and one to close the West entry. Off duty Hamilton county sheriffs pall officers Mil continue to patrol the High school grounds on weekends until the Gates Are installed and officials will see How things go thereafter school principal Rollin Goodpaster Sard. The school is also considering installing posts to prevent autos from driving across lawns and Fields on school grounds. The Security measures were taken after the High school became a social spot on. Weekends and was subject to minor vandalism littering noise and broken Glass bottles. Suburban life will look into Security at other area schools in an upcoming edition. Reading Man arrested for bogus theft report Blue Ash police arrested a Reading Man and charged him with filing a false police report. Arrested oct. 26 was Steven Sanders 20, 11 e. Lakeshore or. Police said Sanders reported a gun was stolen from the trunk of his car while it was parked at a Blue Ash restaurant oct. 25. After further investigation police said Sanders told them there was no theft and he falsified the report to collect insurance Money. Sanders could face a maximum of 6 months in jail a $1.000 Fine or both if convicted for the first degree Misdemeanour. Ohio at 1-71 robbed the attendant at the Ohio service station 6051 Pfeiffer rd., was robbed of $35 by two armed men about 4 30 . Oct. 27. The attendant told Blue Ash police that two men one with a knife the other with a revolver entered the station and demanded Money. The two were last seen running into the Woods by the station police said. Madeira Man surprises thief c. Smith of 7527 Miami re. Told Madeira police he surprised a burglar outside his House about 3 45 ., oct. 11. Smith told police the startled Man dropped All the jewelry Money and weapons taken from the House and. Fled in a Black Over White automobile. Madeira police said they Are looking for a White male with Black curly hair who is six feet tall and weighs about 200 pounds. Two Madeira Homes burglarized Madeira police reported two burglaries occurred about 9 ., oct. 22. Police said that $40 in Cash was taken from the Home of Carl Leppert 7133 Summit ave. And a Gold lady a pocket watch was taken from the Home of Mae Chambers 7278 Euclid. Police said the Kitchen door was forced in both burglaries. Reward offered for return of stolen Bike David hand 4301 Redmont ave., is offering a $20 Reward for information leading to the recovery of a bicycle stolen oct. 25 from. His. Garage. Hand told Deer Park police the bicycle a 20 Inch free spirit motor Cross was taken from the open garage Between 8 . And 4 ., oct. 25. The Bike is Silver with Orange fenders hand said. Value was set at $80 according to anyone with information about the Bike should Call the Deer Park police. To place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 4 00 Monday display advertising amp news a al 531-0234 cinch a Nat submit ban newspapers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne Dillonvale Ridgewood Mam of Cecul Takht vol. Xvii no. 14 i5c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday november i 1978 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 $150,000 Matching funds Montgomery gets Grant for Swaim Field Park by Maureen Hehman Montgomery residents Are a step closer to that new Park they have been promised. Last week the Ohio dept of natural resources Oder approved a $150,000 Matching funds Grant for development of Swaim Field Park. The Grant comes from the Federal government and is channelled through Oder. The 13 acre Park is a Long rectangular strip of land at Cooper and Zig Zag ., adjacent to the Swaim. Field subdivision now under construction. Mary Koerner president of Montgomery s Parks and recreation. Commission is delighted with the news and said it s time to begin thinking of a new name for the new Park one which will reflect the heritage of the City. The City did no to get All it asked for a $380,000 Matching Grant but Chuck Abbott councilman and recreation commission member believes the City can do a lot with the $150,-000 from the state and a Matching $150,000 from the City. Montgomery City Council however must appropriate the $150,000 for the Park and this is at least of some concern since the City is faced with a multitude of capital improvements needs Over the next five years. If the City would not appropriate the $150,000 and instead would appropriate a lesser sum the Grant to the City would be less also. The preliminary plan for the new Park prepared by the Burgess and Niple co. Last Winter will have to be pared to fit the budget. The plan originally called for a Hall Diamond and soccer Field jogging Trail basketball court Tennis courts shuffleboard and horseshoes courts picnic areas deck and Bonfigt pit overlooking the Pond shelter House amphitheatre historic Home and museum and two Park a a lots. The recreation commission will begin to consider Nohich of these items to Cut from the plan at their meeting tomorrow night. 7 30 At City Hall Ana will probably turn the matter Over to the commissions sub committee on Swaim Park development Kroemer said. The Moat Likely items to be retained Are ones which Are of the most use to the most people the most needed Ana the least costly to construct. These probably will include the All Fields sorely needed possibly the jogging Trail building Boom continues Blue Ash updates its subdivision Law by Call Jordan the latest sign of the Blue Ash building Boom is the City a new subdivision regulation ordinance. Council unanimously approved the regulations that replace a 1957 ordinance last thursday. Council also approved two subdivision plats and a plat revision. The subdivision regulations were revised to bring the old ordinance up to Date and to prepare for the codification of All the Laws in Blue Ash explained Victor Suhm City manager. Some of the old regulations were no longer applicable and the amendments added Over the years have led to some confusion Suhm said. The actual changes in the regulations Are minor he added. Some of the changes Are Council will no longer review every change in a proposed subdivision plat. The City manager will look Over revisions and Council will vote on the final plans. Alleys Are no longer permitted in subdivision plans. Trees planted along streets must be at least 4 inches in diameter. Quot Utility and phone lines will go underground except in Industrial developments when the electric company advises against it. Then they will be installed along rear lot lines. Developers must now pay $100 for each dwelling unit House apartment and condominium to a City land Purchase fund. Previously the payments were made per residential lot. The fund is used to buy a land and develop Parks in the City. Street lights must be 20 it. Tall. Before the height was 15 it. Suhm said the change was made to conform to county Quot standards. New roads will be surfaced with Asphalt rather than Concrete. The City manager must approve Concrete As an alternative. The revised subdivision regulations apply to new development Only and do not apply to subdivisions now under construction said Suhm. Council approved the revised plat and Section one of the Sycamore Trace subdivision. The subdivision Street Sycamore Trace court was accepted As a City Street. Traffic report tonight the second report on a comprehensive traffic study in Montgomery will be heard at the City Council meeting tonight 8 Also on the Council Agenda is consideration of about 100 new signs for Bethesda North Hospital. Cd meeting in Sycamore twp. The citizens advisory committee for Community development funds in Sycamore twp. Will hold a meeting to evaluate citizens suggestions nov. 4, .10 ., a Sycamore twp. Bldg., 9610 Kenwood re. Two citizens meetings have been held to hear suggestions from area residents for seeking cd Grants. Other business ordinance on flood insurance resolutions about employment of architectural review officer and environmental review officer amendment of housing code to include maintenance of existing Concrete sidewalks Transfer of funds variances for Kellum property on Perin re. And for lot #2 of peach tree subdivision off Pfeiffer re. The plat for Block a of the Pepper Mill farms subdivision was also approved by Council. The subdivision streets Tramway it. And Pepper Mill ln., were dedicated and accepted. Pepper Mill farms is being built by Standard financial inc. Off Hunt re. Next to the Raven Wood subdivision. In other action Council heard mrs. Joseph stubbers a Cooper re. Resident say that petitions would be circulated in of Gas Ilion to the request by Orothy Giunto for a special permit to operate a preschool on the site of the old Newman Center 3927 Cooper re. This will be the third request Quot for the permit made by or. Giunto a us a Sheho legit. Mrs. Tubers said the petitions would be presented at the nov. 9 Council meeting. Heard one Blue Ash resident Praise the police department and the trash collection efforts in the City. A a they la take anything i put out there a the Man said of the service department citizens cd meeting set Joseph. Kamp chairman of the Community citizens advisory committee in Deer Park has announced a meeting nov. 13, 7 30 At the municipal building to discuss the use of funds from the Hamilton county Community development program. The City has. Received a. Grant to Start on Blue Ash re. Improvements and would like to receive citizens comments on this and other projects for Deer Park. We buy a ills diamonds and Diamond estates c7 from my cleaning specialists 100 to 100,000 since 110 pick up a of Tuttsy Call for appt. 321-5100 791-0793 201 a Madison Hoad and the picnic areas officials say. Abbott said he would like to make the Park immediately accessible to allow residents to. Gel out and enjoy the outdoors. Some of the fancier More costly items such As Tennis courts and amphitheatre May be scrapped or postponed. The City May select to do part of the Park development now Ana add to it Over the years As funds Are available. The Oder Grant is for two years 1979 and 1980, Abbott said. After the present Grant expires the City can. Ask for another one. Under terms of the Grant the City must completely fund a project say for $10,000, and submit the Bill to the state. The state will then refund $5,000 to Montgomery Abbott explained. Inside ate happenings on Page 20 readers angry about article tetters to the editor ramp re news begins on faces in the news Page 12 Norma has More Yummy italian recipes just right forfeit made Ira Church women have mincemeat recipe for you just in time for the holidays Montgomery women hold House tour Tea boutique Page 13 vandals hit Madeira High sometime saturday. Oct. 28, vandals entered Madeira High school ransacked the commons building causing considerable damage Maderia police said. Police said that chemicals from the school Laboratory were thrown about other rooms entered desks overturned Ana materials thrown about. Total amount of damage was being assessed at press time monday. Police said that clean up operations were underway. Air Quality meeting set the Ohio Kentucky Indiana regional Council of governments Oki will hold a meeting on regional air Quality planning nov. 14, 7 30 At Madeira High. School for residents of northeastern Hamilton county. This is one of several meetings to be held throughout the area. Madeira High school is located at 7465 Joannes dr., Madeira. Or. Seuss in Montgomery or. Seuss of a screen eggs and Ham Quot Fame was at Sheppard a Bookstore in Montgomery last thursday. Here he gets acquainted with youngsters from Blue Ash first step program. Or. Seuss has charmed youngsters and their parents for years with his creative characters such As the Grinch who stole Christmas and through his creation of his own language a kind of Seuss jargon which although it is not always English per be is nevertheless perfectly understandable to children and to their More perceptive parents. Photo Trina Feld Hake news in Brief Reed Hartman South Section is open Reed Hartman Highway is now open from Cooper re. South to the Cross county Highway. The Road officially opened last Friday at 4 Work is continuing on the Northern Section of Reed Hartman that extends from Malsbary re. To Cornell. Appointees to rec. Board there Are four new faces on the Blue Ash recreation Board. Council unanimously approved the appointments of two regular members and two student advisor members. Appointed to fill the unexpired terms of two Board members who Are moving out of the City Are Thomas Stone 9637 West ave., and Jerry Hofmann 5500 myer Dale or. Stone will serve until july i 1982. Hofmannn a term ends july 1,1980. Student advisory members of the recreation Board Are Rhonda Hartke 4845 Myrtle ave. And James Buehler of 10115 Zig Zag re. Hartke is a student at Sycamore High school. Buehler is a student at Moeller High. School. The terms for both end nov. 1,1979. Puch the maximum moped. 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