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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - October 11, 1978, Cincinnati, OhioMadeira parents night set % or Marir High Hooi a tue Lri it on la a who a4w and a Ortballs it Quad a word dlr for 7 3 1 . At in bro or la Art of i or football Gaynar Between made Ira and three Park High a a hauls. Parral and a adral a a ill by to mired. Mat Ira a Are in am from left. A Ura ird Quot Karra a Burn. Lynn Nailer a. Kneeling Kirr Nurr. Holh libia���., in Rabir Lori bar. A Landing rid Jotter. A wolof. And i aria Kubia on. Rap Laia. Top safety slogan i Kef my m a. Tight h a Sadr a audral at is. Y taken frrrrc., i h chief i my hum of i or Horran of t Irr and Ijar so he. Jeff Alagan Quot practice fire Drill in t pro or fire Dill Quot a a born from school Estry a a throughout Nyca Taure own hip. In a a i him a i25.iki raving Bond Jeff Abr pm cd or. And hrs. Donald a a to a a .181 9 Swilli tar Oadle a. A ame that newspaper Ihm jilt of i if Aamir tar pt.4 sews Luller route al Drake Road a awol and. From left Hall Quot beak Ley. Find Plarr. A the tribal Oran bin let Brabam. And Niton. A str per a Guk and Khan Paul aural too. Quot tar Drake l half in rivet an Indian Olill Krat a Book Bap. Berkley and Ryan pm torm pole injuries and arrests in Blue Ash strikes on Man was injured two threatened and two arrested last week in several strike related incidents in Blue Ash. Raymond Miller suffered a Cut above the left Eye in an assault about 8 20 . Oct. 5. Miller told Blue Ash police that two men pulled him from his car and beat him up. Tee at. Strike bound lat Man products inc., 1000 Alliance or. A Security Ward at the Plant told Blue Ash polite that Edward i it wings. 28, Fay st jumped on the ride of the truck be driving and attacked him As he dime through the lot. The guard said that Michael Martin 27, 6090 Belmont ave., hit the truck with a club after climbing on. Fop. Hen Angsman has been charged with menacing. Police Martin charged said other i with criminal a worker reported being threatened by strikers oct. 5 about. 10 . At. The general. Environment Quot Plant. The Man said several strikers slammed chains against the doors of his car. A truck was damaged at the Dorman products oct. 3. Police said that sometime during the night someone c climbed the Fence broke off both Windshield wipers and a. Window a a the passenger Side of a truck parked there. Damage was set at si25. Police said. Inside eat a Cam Mumo ners of Symmes Tarp retirement i Guage. Mary m Page 4 syr More severs need revamp at Caps a robbers Vuu Navta use area Grid and Santee a results pages 11, i 13. A Essl Samsom. M Madeira spotlight Page 3 be mss Page october 844 Library Ohio historical society 1982 Velsa ave. Columbas Ohio 43211 a ii a 5ta38 j it a i go a a r j a i i a l j. 9>33 to place a classified and dial 731-7170 by 4 00 . Monday display amp news dial 531-0234 Cincinnati suburb in new papirs inc. Blue Ash Montgomery Amberley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights Silverton Kenwood Deer Park a Rossmoyne Dillon Vale Ridgewood Mccu utom wet Gutt vol. Xvii no. Ii 15< Cincinnati Ohio wednesday october 11, 1978 1115 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 to Ould bring in $250000 More in Council reads lax hike ordinance by Maum a Urhman Robert Miles chairman of Indian. Hill Council s finance committee said the Council gave a first Reading to an ordinance raising the i tvs a income tax from one half percent to three quarters percent. The action was taken at last fridays 8 . Meeting after a Legal question was cleared up. Miles said Abr Legal committee has determined that the prof Antul fax hike is not a Retra Arthur under Tibia Law. A Tare the Ordi Kanrr establishing the tax will be passed in be same tear a Ines a the will be comr a Burrt in if 1178. A 1978 income would he liable for the increased tax which will be collected in april 1979. Some Council members had considered this a retroactive since most tax ordinances apply to income earned after passage. The tax will bring in an estimated $250,000, to remedy an estimated deficit in the 1979 of this amount. The $250,000 Hill allow the City to proceed with needed major Road repairs. Miles pointed out that the City of Indian Hill has three major sources of income inheritance and intangible taxes which the City cannot control and the income tax which it can control. The City a does not receive property taxes a major source of income for other municipalities he said. Hiles mid that Council a Washer agreed la. Give tar tax a first Reading and that City residents will be Able to voice their opinion on the lax at i be second and third readings at tar let. 30 and nov. 27 Council meetings. Miles also said that con train to a report in last weeks suburban life newspaper he is in favor of reducing the income tax in. Years where the City might receive a Windfall from inheritance or intangible taxes. It often takes the City years however to receive its share1 of estate taxes from the state and county he said. Indian Hill Council has a fairly recently established a a Cash Cushion fund emergency monies of up to $250,000, but Miles said this Money cannot be budgeted to spend. It must remain As a Reserve for a year in which anticipated income is not received he said the fund is not yet at its $250,000 limit. Moeller fall festival making plans for the 1978 Moeller High school 1 All festival to be held on the school grounds on sunday let. 15 from 1-10 ., Are. Left to right Dan Bender John Nolan Cecilia Wall John , Rev. Lawrence Krusling Bill Gruber and Ron Rieman. Ham and beef dinners will be served from 1-7 . Games Booths and refreshments Are available. All inside. Montgomery sewers now belong to the county by Maureen it he Man if you live in the City of Montgomery and your sanitary sewer backs up bursts or otherwise malfunctions done to Call the City building. As of oct 4 City Council meeting the maintenance repair and operation of sewers in the City will be under the responsibility of the county a metropolitan sewer District. It won t Cost any Moro than it already does. Residents arc already paying for the service. Now it s official. The switch Over had been under discussion for Many months actually year. Council voted to spend $31,875 in City funds to resurface and Widen a portion of Weller rd., Between Kemper re. And tanager Woods. The county will pay an additional sum to share in t he repair costs since the City and county jointly own part of Weller. The Amrel Byrnes co. Will do the work. The City is also willing to pay $3,600, $300 for each of its 12 commissioned police officers to participate in the county wide drug busting unit Renly. The ordinance passed oct. 4, however states the Montgomery will give the Money Only if a majority of other county municipalities also support Renu. A Resolution granting a variance to my. Lumley. 7951 Ooper rd., was passed by Council to Chuck Abbott voting Coupon reconsideration. In aug. Co uni i had rejected Lumley a. Request to build a shed on his Side Yard very near his neighbor s House. Lumley an elderly gentleman who has lived aft his Lile in the downtown Montgomery area told Council in sept. H that the neighbor at however approved in writing of the sned construction. Council was concerned about the precedent of reconsidering previous actions and will look into formulating a Council Rule on this. The variance granted Lumley is Only effective so Long As he is in residence at the Home an amendment suggested by councilman Howard Smith. A Resolution to allow a variance for a new sign at Bartons bakery was tabled. The sign would not use the selected colors adopted for the downtown planned District 1pd. Aviation from the accepted list requires that a variance be approved. Louneil Nan Smith who Heads Council s planning and zoning . Said his committee wants to make a study of the downtown p d to s e e h o w regulations for such things As signs Are being adhered to. And to de terms be if the code needs any revisions. Council approved the rezoning of the Stevens property on Cooper rd., in front of Montgomery care Center from residence a to office of after a landscape and. Wall plan was included in the ordinance a Buffer to adjacent residential properties showcase realtors will move to the location. In other business an ordinance to curb false burglar alarms in the City is nearing completion and will be presented to Council soon. Indian Hill has such an ordinance which penalizes residents who have too Many false alarms. Council re issued notes for $250,000 for improvements to. Cooper and main streets and $280,000 for buying and improving Swaim Field Park Bonds Are expected to be issued in about a year. Councilman a Buck Abbott pointed out that there at Madeira Council Are now picnic tables and grills at Swaim Park so Thal residents can enjoy it before it is fully developed. The City Hopes to hear in nov. Favourably about a Bor Grant to develop Swaim. A Ann a Ilton traverse ct., announced that residents in her neighbors it a a a which abuts part of the old drive in property on Montgomery re. Have formed a committee to attend All City meetings to watchdog what might be developed there and to Monitor other governmental activity. She introduced the new chairman of the group Ekkehard Boh me. Important meetings reaction to statement is Sharp an important meeting is being held in Montgomery this evening 8 ., which by Jim Ruth mayor Forest Atkins of Madeira is considering personal Legal action against a local citizens group known As in Madeira for statements attributed to it in a sept. 30 article in the enquirer the article quoted an newsletter. A we cannot excuse errors waste Empire building pet projects or dishonesty by saying he was elected by the it people for his term. If we done to like what he does we can always elect someone else next Doug opern or i mer an member also on City Rou aril. Said later the a a in a t to a w a s o a i y a generalizing Quot and that the state meal mayor Athia referred to in the Jet. 2 Council meeting was not directed against any in divid tul or specific Council action. Nevertheless the mayor Reading from earnings tax. The organization believes the Public was not. Properly informed of what was taking place in Council an. Opinion vehemently opposed by other Council members and the citizens group for a better Madeira which favors the Park and earnings tax. The two hour meeting was punctuated by verbal roasting Between Elt Aneil the newsletter quote was a irresponsible and nay he considered1 s la Ndumu. He integrity Ami ability to earn income have been called into question by it. Aim is refiling a lawsuit saturday basketball repeats Amity elementary sixth graders Susan Neuer and Sena Harryea Are getting ready for basketball season in Deer Park. Basketball teams me now. Being formed lor the Deer Park schools saturday basketball program. Boys is grades 4-8 and girls in grades 5-8, who live in the school District Are eligible to play. The program begins dec. X using tar Deer Park High school and Amity gyms. I uniform still be furnished. Members and Oppenheimer. Edgar Wilkinson said the member has caused a open discord and quarrelling in the re a until and Thal the lawsuit could have an a octopus effect on the City causing loss of con Fidenco by hired contractor and local businesses and damage to Madeira s image. Robert Lee contended that $7300 consumed in Legal fees for lawsuits Over tie past two years could have been use to maintain roads and better the Public safety. Near the end of the session Thomas Woebkenberg told Oppenheimer a you stated your Case in the paper we May stale ours another Oppenheimer commented later in the week a i consider the actions of Council . Recent meetings to constitute in other activity Council members heard Cincinnati police chief Myron Leistler explain the local drug enforce men i men program. Operating for Over five year now. It is designed to Coordt Nale City and suburban efforts against drug dealing by More efficiently using manpower and other available resources. There Are 42 police agencies in Hamilton county and 14 so far have agreed to participate in chief Leistler a formula to fund Renu. Mayor Atkins referred the proposal to the finance committee for study. The. American Auto Mobile association presented the City of Madeira an award Quot for the City a 30 years without a pedestrian traffic Yll my#2ii could be the last of the City Council and administrations deliberations on a five year capital improvements priority list for the City. Public hearings will be scheduled soon so that area residents May hear about the City a list and offer their own suggestions for capital improvements. A big question expected to be raised is How to fund the improvements. Under present City income improvements could be done it on stretched out timetable. Another interesting meeting is coming up in Montgomery oct. 16, 8 ., three Public hearings on variances. One concerns about 100 new signs for Bethesda Hospital entry signs directional and informational ones. Against the Madeira City Council asking that ordinances passed in recent months be declared void because of alleged improper procedure in their enactment. Moat important among these Are the ones concerning Park it and the it we buy diamonds j Hill a and Uji Amir s Diamond estates c7 from of Elf Jung 100 to 100,000 Mack la to meet Sestir Call for Appl 321-5100 791-0793 2011 a my it so of Road

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