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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - October 4, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioThe Eru Miil a in Fem shh Ohk pkg pot ire anti it try. A by or and in ion. Leaf Burrud a in a trip in Columbu of a or a a him it a Ronlund Board Hrar inic us. 9 in mired. Bul Chr a Nallah Rontz no it it of Abr Pruim r grrr not Inri used in Chr to tire. Pilj ban i it Ira a la or Dantrio of Tholund told Rou rii Sipl. 28. Hul Bolland id in Neil a hark lbs Rily a Impf run Urana Poltri it in i or if Ihrer anything Hal i rom Arabi to a by pm Onorr a pit Liry Hal Souid Roi it or Abr Roll Rulh of Chr cru it in tooling a radar unit that al Laihr to a n Inion news in Brief Green area service Road okayed with some protest Indian Hill Council members at their sept. 25 meeting disagreed a ver granting a Rev x Able License to Mortimer Watters old stable., for establishing a service not and for horses and service vehicles across a Desi plated Green area. Watters asked Council for a License i which Council out uld revoke anytime to constrict a service Trail to feed his horses and remove their refuse. Ounce members Betty steer and Charles Yeiser strongly objected contending that granting such a License would violate the Green areas charter and could also establish a dangerous precedent. Councilman Lee Carter , suggesting that Watters. Request is in keeping with the a a Rural concept of the Green areas. Yeiser countered that the Green areas concept him is not a Quot Rura a one but rather a strict interpretation requiring the Gren areas to simply remain a Green a . Yeiser Addeo a it bothers me to think that Council can at any time alter a Green area a it would set a Dangelus Council passed the Resolution but without the support of Yeiser and steer. Hip Hopes to attract suburbanites to sat elite the health maintenance plan hip is to it ing to attract residents of the Northeast suburbs with its newly opened sat elite at Glen Springs medical building 5 Glen Springs dr., Springdale. The plan is a kind of a one Stop shopping a idea of medical care. For a set monthly fee most often covered by a medical insurance plan members get All their doctors visits lab work and hospitalization when necessary and get reduced prices on i medicines except not on contraceptive prescriptions. Blue Cross of Southwest Ohio is Spon stir of hip. A ipod Samaritan Hospital is used when hospitalization is required hip is unique in another Way there is great emphasis on preventive Medicine through Early care Ana detection of medical problems end workshops in such topics As weight control and breast cancer detection. A number of doctors work in a variety of medical a Elds with the hip and clients May choose their own pm Iciano and May change physicians when they wish. Tiie sat elite is staffed by a paediatrician internist family practitioner and support services including a pharmacy. It is accessible to route 4, 1-275 and 1-75. The base hip a More extensive facility is located in Clifton at Deer Park Council a a Deer Park mayor Francis Healy proclaimed oct 8-14 fire prevention week in conjunction with fire prevention month of october at the sept. 28 Council meeting. It was reported at the meeting that Lansdowne ave. Residents have requested that Swales be installed to remedy the water problem on their Street. A swale is Low ground where water collects following a meeting with the City Engineer and other City officials Lansdowne resident John Bender circulated petitions to the residents to determine what Type of water control techniques the residents preferred. Residents of the Street complained to Council at the sept. 14 meeting about curbing that had been installed to remedy the problem saying it was creating a safety Hazard in addition to being unsightly. In other business. Council passed an ordinance to the second Reading prohibiting a rubber tires a eating or leaving tire Marks commo Rily known As Homecoming at Moeller celebrated this weekend the fun and excitement of Homecoming 78 begins in front of Moeller High school Friday oct 6, at 6 Homecoming chairman t. Kevin Shea 79, is m cited area officials including Eugene Shin mon. Superintendent of Sycamore schools Dolhn Good Paster principal of Sycamore High and Hamilton county sheriff Lincoln Stokes the Parade starts at Moeller proceeds North on Montgomery to Cooper re then West on Cooper to Sycamore stadium where the Moeller football team will meet the Purceli Cavaliers at 8 . This years pre game activities include the grand marshals or. And mrs. Joseph Mckenna and family Joe Missy Mike and Andy. At half time the King will be announced with his Date being the Queen of the Homecoming dance. The weeks activities will culminate in a Semi formal dance saturday at Moeller &-1 . The positive approach Kenneth Wilson std a wheel horse tractor with Mower and Snow Blade attachments the first Day his and appeared in Csini classifieds. The buyer is prep no for a bad Winter. While we son is thinking positively. This is the time to gear up for the coming season. Check Csini classifieds each week for the Best in neighbourhood bargains. Library Ohio Hia Torlai society 1982 Veloa ave. Colum a a Ohio 432h a ii h i a a i a a i.9hi9 a til flare a Lila in of a Elf acl dial 711-7170 by Lim it p.\1, monday display Dvir Tisinai amp views dial 5.t i-02.t i cd Sci Lenatt suburban a ices papers inc. Blues in month Merys Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira Pleasnt Hidge Breton Kennedh Nohh Silverton menu Oody Deer Park Ronti Moyne dish mate Ridge a to gtd Mafli 01 neg Mitt of. 10 in Etc Cincinnati. Ohio. Ednes Dav october to 1978 it iii Omer cd. Fhone 53i-023t Indian Hill considers retroactive tax Hajee be Kolter Indian Hill Council members disagreed sharply Over a proposed ordinance to increase City income tax rates from to a percent at their sept. 25 meeting. They will meet again on the Issue this Friday oct. 6, 8 . At a Council session open to the Public. Tiou Trilman Robert Miles reviewing the Village a budget for 1979. Riled in or aged salaries for Village employees higher Row a a for Road and repair and an increase a in fire department Elei a a key Fae la a re in the increased expenditure projected for 1979. The City estimates it will spend $1.1 million and expats income of $1.656 million. Miles told Council members in presenting a preliminary budget that the Village would be operating at. A projected deficit of s�?~240,000 due to rising costs for essential services and that he recommends a a increase in the tax rate. The dispute Between Council members Over the tax increase arose when Miles asked councils approval to make the tax retroactive. Sev eral Counci members immediately protested against the request saying the legality and ethics of levying such an increase is questionable. If the tax would be passed As retroactive Indian Hill residents would pay for the increase in april 1979 for the present 1978 year. Fiou Trilman of f Arler said that Council would not be a a leveling a with the lax Pavery if the lax were made Rel Mac live. In effect residents who have been budgeting on the Road repair major source of �?T79 a deficit Indian Hill Village manager Wray Wiite said in a khone conversation last week that the projected 1979 budget deficit will Only exist it major Road upgrading is done next year. He said several Indian Hill roads need major repairs and resurfacing and that this work is getting a further and further w Hite said the City does not anticipate a carryover in funds from the 1978 budget to 1979 to help pay for the Road work. The City income tax is paid by All City residents but not by people who merely work in Indian Hill. The tax is non reciprocal paid by each income earning resident regardless of whether or not he pays City income taxes elsewhere. White said he favors the proposal to raise the tax from 2 to three Quarter percent �0 that he can keep the roads in proper shape. Basis of the present it income tax would have to instead pay a tax in april 1979 for income earned in 1978. Miles surprised by the reaction told Council members that the budget for 1979 had been planned with a retroactive income tax in mind. He contended that opposition to a retroactive tax had not been registered 10-either hid Seif or the finance committee. A i just done to understand the change in philosophy Here a said Miles. A if this is the Case we had better turn it Back Over to the finance \ Village mayor Andrew Llauro suggested that a lax credit could be in a used the following year i9hii if end Hugh fund Are received from the Village a inheritance tax in 1979, Fhy a Lux net the Village about $2.59, Mai per Vear. Bul figure Rise and fall sharply from one year to the next. Hauck added a i d like to see some Way this Money to the min is suggested that any surplus funds realized by the increased income tax be used for capital improvements rather than refunding them. A tie question of legality of retroactive income tax was major stumbling Block Ich caused disagreement Amotio Council members. Mayor Hauck instructed the Village solicitor to investigate the Legal status of t he proposed ordinance. Strut in a their stuff at Homecoming the Ari i Madeira High school Drill Irain w ill perform i hair precis him dance Rou Linro during the school s both coming Parade i let. 6. The team brought Home a trophy for an outstanding performance and the spirit sch a when they resumed from the Drill team Camp this at Ball state i University in Muncie. Ind. From left front Row Are o Lionnell Tina a or rent. Janice Korn Captain. By a Mcl it enough. Janet plan second Row. Nav eager. Michelle my Kelonis. Dary l a uan. Shelia Spurbick. Mary Ellen fee third Row. Hriz tie Brockhage. Jana Kuhe Johanne in ild Hoer Julie p a. Kelly i min Ami Beth u irl Hlin. Inner Homecoming new Page 19, files new Madeira suit bicycle Champion Diane Kroeger Yakima dr., Kenwood is congratulated by sheriff Lincoln Stoke after she was named Winner of the a Hamilton county bicycle championships sept. 2.1 at old Coney. Diane was first with a total of 137 it Points out of a possible 200. She is 11 and attends st. Paul lutheran school. Diane and boys Champion Nick Scheper were awarded Sears 10 Speed bikes and a tier prizes. Amberley meeting Elmange due to Columbus Day Amberley Village Council has moved the oct. 9 meeting Date to oct. 12., Village officials said the Council will meet at 7 30 at the Vilge offices 7149 Ridge re by yla Urf a Hehman the accountability in Madeira group last week dropped its Law suit against the City of Madeira City Council City manager and several construction companies and plans to file a new Law suit against the City this week. Ladeira City solicitor Stan Rozic said the reason the group a dropped the suit is is wus inn pro Perly filed in that he was not Given proper notice a if a taxpayer suit in Advance of filing. He said the judge allowed the group log Bow out gracefully Rozic believes the suit is a waste of time and Madeira taxpayers Money since the City must pay Legal fees for its defense. Bill Cunningham attorney for said the pop is filing a new suit because there have been tonight at Montgomery Montgomery City Council meets tonight 8 ., to consider these Agenda items re issuance of $250,-000 in notes in anticipation of Bonds for part of the Cost of Cooper and main st. Repairs re issuance of $280,000 in notes in anticipation of Bonds for b by ing and improving Swaim Field Park contracts for improvements to Weller re. Authorization for the county to maintain sanitary sewers in the City emergency support of Renej reconsideration of variance for Lumley property consideration of sign variance for Barton bakery third Reading of ordinance rezoning property at 775 Cooper re. From a too where showcase realtors plans to build a new office. Many changes in the situation since the original suit was filed which would re quire a number of amendments and that it was the judges recommendation to him that he drop the old suit and essentially a Start the previous suit challenged four Council actions increasing the income tax from. G to i a renovating City Hall con st acting a service build , and developing a City Park. The new suit will Challenge Only the tax increase ordinance and Park development items which considers to be most key Cunningham said. The a Uit will ask for an in unit lion and temporary restraining order hailing work on the Rily Park until the Case is decided. The suit alleged the Park ordinance was not published As required by Law. It also challenges the legality of Council action at its sept. 11 meeting whereby technical inaccuracies in the i no tax. Increase were corrected by a motion. The new complaint alleges that an ordinance cannot be corrected in this manner but Only by another ordinance. Cunningham said he does not believe Council w to pass another ordinance on the tax question for purposes of cd erection because such an ordinance would then be clearly vulnerable to referendum petition. Aim a original referendum petition on the lax Issue was declared invalid because of procedural inaccuracies. Cunningham said that a primary motive is to statement mailed to Madeira residents the group held a press conference Friday and released copies of a statement about the group which it is mailing to All Madeira City residents. The mailing is designed to offset what member Thom Wallace Calls a a misinformation about the group some of it coming from daily newspaper articles he said. The Quot mailing also contains a request for funds to Furt her the groups activities. The t to Page statement also contains explanations of policies and activities a i finally its opposition to the Way City Council has raised the earnings tax and plans to develop the City Park renovate City Hall and build a service Complex. The statement also asks for volunteers to help in a new referendum petition drive. The. Groups previous referendum petitions were ruled invalid because of incorrect de . 1,900 residents signatures and this time submit the petition to the City correctly. He said he expects there will be a a Legal battled ahead. See the matters of the tax increase and Park development put on the ballot. 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