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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - November 12, 1975, Cincinnati, OhioLibrary Tori 0 11 to r 11 a 1 its amp 1 a t y 1982 a ltd a ars. Cei Wabus obis 43211 i it if Chihan he ?�2axx m3. To pm a Cwi fied 44 dial 711.7170 by 1 00 . Monday pit Paay amp of temp dial 531 -0231regina parents party the Parent association of Reg Tea High school re Torami a cocktail parly for All Regina supporters parents friends alumnae on Sondar nor. 16. The pumpkin Bali a under the direction of co chairperson Henry Wordena left and Dan Shea. Minstrels an open bar. Door Prises hours d oeuvres and lots of fun Promise to make the afternoon and Early evening particularly Joyful As everyone gets into the Holiday swing the event will be 3-7 . In the school s auditorium and will feature minstrels open bar and door Prises. Tickets costing 13.36 per person May be purchased by calling Wordemann sat 89 1-3032 or the school at 631-8375. 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Babe said the health dept had held off until the residents had made a decision about the proposed sewers. Now that the decision had been made he said Duckett was inspecting All septic tanks and Cav tettes on Cherokee or. Babes to that Mam of the needed repair Are minor hut there Are some which will be costly and extensive. The health dept is issuing order with time limits varying from 36 to 90 Days Balo said. A a repair orders that have a 30 Day limit would be for a real bad Case. In the case1 of some a if these on site systems nothing been done to them in the Way of Upkeep for he said. Allan Reed Public works committee chair Man. Said he Felt Council should try to obtain an Extension of the deadline agr repairs for the homeowners on Cherokee until an Overall picture of the needed repairs and their Cost can be put together. A we have a group of orders Here that will Cost dollars a he said. Quot we should be Able to advise the group of residents As a whole As to Cost after getting an opinion from the Board of health As to whether such repairs will be a continuing t Hing. Reed further stated that the residents it of Cherokee should have this information before they begin spending Money to repair their on site sewer systems. J Reed proposed a Resolution directing the a City in a linger to meet with the Board of health to ask for an interim delay on order for the of mime resident a delay until Council a Mure information about the nowt of repair in appraise the total Imparl on resident Over to lib ill �?1 of w a my i. It asst arsed Quot i alter m the week. Bab a a Aid he and Reed had plan to meet Wilh Quekett to Dieseu beae our sati a. Bab stud be did. Not know whether inform in Iti about die a we Rah repair situation would be i Tribulee to the sea adepts of t it a Rocc. Or nov udi my formation might be Das to darted. He did say that each Homeowner family affair sewer system a found to be deficient had received cml Mimi on. Page s proposal for Hud funds buy Plainfield site for parking mini Park barbar4 4ml �4vfd b4tes diary the Bearcat. The youth bowl game will be lie Nippert stadium the rate Tom in. Of pleasant Mool Ved in the rvs int. I.,i urge Uliarte i Bend pan Hanan and Aljier a Hawk Tern rte Verleader Roach. Barbu shown Here i a David play run Tunc Back for earn. The been for at ii f air t in jia�?.1 two it Riaia sen. Hawks base by Midge Sommer at a Public hearing before the regular Thure Day night meeting of Silver ton Council residents expressed their ideas for use of Community development funds available to. So Verton from the department of housing and Urban development Hud. Some ideas such As Purchase of a new ambulance do not meet the criteria established for use of the Hud funds said mayor Richard Benken. He said three plans resulted two armed men Rob uhf store United. Dairy Farmers 6926 Montgomery rd., fro a the citizen input which included residents. Council members and some Community improvement corporation to members a Purchase the Block at Plainfield and Montgomery to Atic adjoining the municipal building plan would be to relocate the businesses there and. Then develop the space with additional parking another traffic Lane and a mini Park with benches at. The bus stops. A redevelopment of the failing business District on Plainfield on the other Side of Montgomery. A put sidewalks on Plainfield Road. A develop a comprehensive plan for the Core area w it n a r c h i Tec t and planners recommendations. This and the Alai Riti a to r a. I m prove ments could be a catalyst to other redevelopment in downtown Silver tan according to Everett Foster. Cic member. At their meeting Council passed the necessary ordinance authorizing the mayor to enter into con tract with Hamilton county for application for a Community development fund Grant. The Small Park on Montgomery Road in Silverton will be displaying e new Flag thanks to councilwoman Helen Cassidy and the George k. Sterner Post 6979 veterans of foreign wars vow Cassidy contacted the Post of the City s need to replace a Tom Flag and the is it members Bill Wennekamp and Henry Sauerwein were at the Council meeting to present the new Flag fun Litber Aetham. Councilman Thomas Clinton read a town mend at ion from the so Weirton firemen s i Vot Active association for the1 efforts erf sgt. Bill Eggers and sgt. Pat flattery foe saved an unconscious Man from a Blaz Quot ing apartment. Clinton also announced plans to advertise bids for a new police Cruiser. Police chief Kenny Dye commented that a medium sized Cruiser is As satisfactory As a full sized one. He a Aid that trunk space a should be an important consideration when investigating compact cars because the police must carry a lot of equipment. A service director Paul. Steman suggested a of collecting inside of program my a time hosts National cathode museum Council Page newspapers which bring a Price of s14 per ton. To he investigated Are the expenses of collection and delivery. Police chief Bye announced that there were no h a Humpla Inis received in Silverton. Liam him am Plant Page 3 Quot Madeira winds up one of bed Mem a a suburban election re welted letter to George wagh.m0.im at a mum hot Page 3 of Indian 12 up 4 robbed by two suspects nov. 7 at 11 42 . One of the robbers pulled a gun on the manager and ordered her to empty the Cash Register. After she complied the gunman ordered her into the Freezer and told her to stay there for ten minutes while they made their getaway. Silverton police Are looking for two male Blacks both described As. Being about 25 years old. An undisclosed amount of Money was taken. After 10-0 season Moe gets crack at state title children from Losantville school grades kindergarten third will demonstrate the Impact of a primary school and interracial program at the school foundation of greater Cincinnati fair nov. 18. The fair will be held at Sycamore High school 7-9 30 . Also demonstrating school programs will be Indian Hill showing High school student teaching French to pupils grades 1 and 2. St. Xavier will demonstrate their Community service program. Scarlet Oaks vocational . Will demonstrate their work with color to broadcasting. Seven Hills school will demonstrate outdoor education. Learning centers and Independent study will be the topic of Sycamore schools. By les Wilson Moellers mighty crusaders took another step toward the Pinacle of High school football in Ohio Friday night dumping elders panthers 17-0 to Complete a third successive undefeated season and run their regular season string to 31 wans in a Row. The traumatic Triumph before a huge crowd at riverfront stadium wrapped up mighty Moe a third straight greater Cincinnati league Chain kinship which could have gone to the panthers who went into the showdown with an unblemished Gol Mark. The fourth Elute yet to pen a a adjectives to describe this powerful Grid machine produced by coach Gem Faust and precision Ike staff of assistants. But the Young Breed of Moeller fans bit it pretty Well on the nose when they yell a super a supermen must Start with Tim Koegel. The pinpoint passing quarterback who sprayed 18 passes toward a quartet of glue fingered receivers who pulled in 12 of them fur 130 Yards one touchdown and the spark leading to another to and a 41 Yard Field goal by Ken Naber whose gifted kicking foot completely unnerved the usually staid panthers they lit the fire to propel the crusaders into the Ohio state championship playoffs for the third staight year. face off against the Findlay trojans also 10-0, saturday night at 7 30 in Bay t on Welcome stadium Findl a a b u c he be conference champions allowed just. .34 paints to110 victims during the regular season. In i�74, Moeller i squeaked out a 21-20 Victory Over the Blue and Gold in of malay Friday night the huge throng at riverfront saw the crusaders crab an Early Lead thanks to the a crunch Bunch. A a miserly group of defenders who Nave staked their a a go unit to Good Field position time and again. Naber. The Beautiful boo Ter who Isnit a hit neighbourly to the enemies a sent the opening Kickoff booming almost to the goal lame and the is amazes swarmed on Paul pre Finan at the 10. In rite first �4m from Fri Hima. Oder great ova the a was belled. If All nod Mike continued m Page 5 Montgomery votes to end court Battle Chelsea Moore zoning to be negotiated by City r to by Maureen Hehman the Chelsea Moore court zoning Battle dating to 1972 in the City of Montgomery a a essentially Over. City Council at its nov. 5 meeting voted to negotiate a settlement with owners of the 22-acre property at Pfeiffer and Montgomery roads. The property was zoned for offices and multiple family houses by City Council in 1972 not the present Council Montgomery vote then overwhelmingly rejected Down zoning in favor of retaining strict residential zoning in a referendum and the matter . Been in court since. The City however lot the Case in common pleas court this year and the matter is. Now before the court of appeals for the first District. Councils decision to negotiate instead of continuing the suit in the appeals court process was opposed by mayor Robert Novak who read minutes of the Montgomery planning commission dated oct. 20 which said its members opposed 4-1 negotiation. Council worn an Alma Blazic countered that one of the four members alleged to have voted was not at the meeting. Novak rioted the instance where a suit against establishment of a certain Gas station in Montgomery had been lost in lower court and won in the Appeal councils rationale presented by Council president Howard Smith at the oct. City Council meeting is that the City must regain the initiative in zoning along Montgomery rd., working within the reality of the situation there which Bethesda North Hospital. The lower court decision against the City said the referendum against the Chelsea Moore zoning plan did not carry As much weight As the original decision of the 1972 Council to go along with Down zoning from strict residential. The judge also pointed to the Hospital location As a deviation from strict residential zoning not Many residents believe strict residence a can he maintained along Montgomery re. Council position is to try to control the looks of the area As much As possible from a bargaining position. Council believes it would have no bargaining Power left if the Case is lost on the Appeal. The negotiated plan approved by Council includes much of the original plan for the property. It essentially incudes office buildings along Montgomery Road 59 unite of multiple dwellings residence a a do and nine detached single family Homes residence a a by. Council however cites what they consider positive aspects of the settlement a the office buildings Are limited to 2v& stories and a total space of 90,000 it. A the office buildings will be set Back 50 it. Instead of the 30 it. Demanded by City code this Buffer will be maintained As a Greenbelt with plantings to create a foliage screen. The City . Been Given an acre of property at Pfeiffer and Montgomery roads to be maintained As a Buffer. A the Chelsea Moore company agreed to comply with a landscape plan to be approved by the City. The density of 59 apartments is less than allowed by present code. Opponents erf the Settle ment there were mixed pro and con at the Merting Point out that this is still essentially the plan which Montgomery voters rejected in the referendum two. Be Are ago. They also object to allowing open parking at the units. Stanley Dollenmayer 8714 Weller rd., said he was offering a Challenge to Council a since the people voted in the referendum to reject this plan let them vote again on whether or not they want to pursue it Council president Smith said the Chelsea Moore company would not negotiate on that basis. Dollenmayer said he considered. It a pretty important precedent when a company could come into town with a wad of Money and fancy attorneys and achieve its objective. Dale Skelton a member of audience said a i will Contact an attorney and try to Stop you and Force you to go to appeals he said the original plan was to put 59 unite on 10 acres of property which is reduced to 8 a under the settlement. He also said that where the original plan had been to put residence a a a Homes on the property the settlement Calls for residence a a by. David Kahn 7485 four wind dr., was one of the audience members who spoke for the settlement. A Chelsea Moore gotten a bad Deal from the City ail along a be said. -far1 As. Keeping Montgomery Road residential you cent a he some the said and received applause from audience a a on Prog 5 High school students named to commission Montgomery City Council appointed two High school students to the City recreation comm Ibbison nov. 5 Kim Case a Junior at Sycamore High and John Tappel a senior at Moeller. The appointments of two younger City residents to the commission came several months after a a student government night Council had recommended High school appointments to m Ontgomery officials., John s brother. De Tappel had been a member of the student government Council which made the recommendation Kim is considering a career in Law and believes the appointment will help her decide her future. She also sees it As an Opportunity to serve the Community a a i Hope student participation on this Board a a John Tappel will result in new ideas and a approaches its my desire As a commission member to involve More students a she said. Kim is an a Honor Roll student plays the tax Pabone in the school March ism a and concert bands Ana is vice president of the Sycamore High French. Club. She lives with her family on Stael Lafe Way. John says Hie believes the seriousness with which he Kim Case and Kim Are treated or the Quot �411 depend on the Worth of their contributions. He said he believes that the future appointments of High school students to the commission will depend in part on is and it my a efforts. He no specific recommendations and would like to become acquainted first a with the duties and responsibilities of the commission. A a a a if we can show ourselves capable. In a sure the appointments will turn out successful. I Hope we can set a Good precedent for other appointments of this Type a he a Aid. John activities include football student government. Dean s Council and Catholic big Brothers and the time capsule project at Bethesda North Hospital he lives with family on fair wed. A Montgomery broken with tradition by appointing High school students to a gov emment Board usually limited to men and women with established families and careers. Although the youths will not he Given a vote on the commission their views will be available in decision making and the precedent of Young appointees in Day government May become tradition. A
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