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Northeast Suburban Life (Newspaper) - October 15, 1980, Cincinnati, OhioMy my a Hia historical so Ozity x932 Vila ave. Cd Lusua Ohio 43211 a ii . Fop Tase Mio i % of cd it a a a 9539 of pc a Cait to place a classified and Call 7317170 by 3 00 . Mondi display advertising amp news Call 531-0234. Circulation 731-4200 cd Nch a Nat Strimban newspapers inc. Blue Ash Montgomery am her Ley Village Indian Hill Madeira pleasant Ridge Brecon Kennedy Heights sil ver ton Kenwood Deer Park Rossmoyne i Luevale Ridgewood Mark of circulation integrity vol. Xxx no. 11 20c Cincinnati Ohio wednesday oct. 15, 1980 4415 Montgomery re. Phone 531-0234 forensic tourney winners for the second consecutive season the Sycamore High school speech team has successfully launched its forensic season. In a recent speech tournament sponsored by the University of Breckinridge High school in Morehead. Ky., against 13 other teams nine of the 18 speakers representing Sycamore qualified for the final rounds. Displaying their awards Are. From left front Anita Johnson third in storytelling Susie Buettinger and Jaime Baum second in duet acting Laura Maclaren first in dramatic literature Back Ken o Donnell fifth dramatic literature Blank sixth voter apathy Charles Buster fifth storytelling Karen Neary fourth original oratory on major Issue Paul Tuke fourth extemporaneous speaking on current Ash Council considering solution meeting erupts Over drainage problems by Barbara Casson the oct. 9 Blue Ash City Council meeting developed into a Stormy session which at one Point prompted mayor Don Biedermann to request police Aid to quieten. The issues were drainage problems and a detention Basin at the Fox hollow residential subdivision located near Glendale Milford Road. In an executive session following the meeting Council agreed to consider a plan to cover the detention Basin which residents say is a safety Hazard to children in the area. A second open meeting will be held oct. 16 at 8 . To discuss related drainage problems residents on Glendale Milford Road Are having from the Crest communities development. Irritated residents on Glendale Milford Road first appeared at the sept. 11 Council meeting to complain about flooded backyards. Then on oct. 1 two Home purchasers in Fox hollow Joe Posge and Dan Kaiser c91, told City Council they did not know their backyards would be part of a drainage detention Basin when they bought their $80.000 Homes. They described an ugly 20-foot ditch behind their Homes and said they were concerned about children playing there. Since the oct. Meeting several Council members including mayor Biedermann visited the develop ment to see the problems firsthand. The ditch a looks unacceptable to me a Biedermann said a and 1 think there is a safety problem. Personally i would like to see the ditch covered but who is responsible for paying for that is another issues City manager Victor Suhm had said earlier that the detention Basin was part of the subdivision plan submitted to the City for approval. But Home buyers should have been informed of its location he said. And whether it had been constructed As originally approved on the plan is still another. Question he added. Suhm said the City Engineer had investigated the drainage problems reported by residents on Glendale Milford Road and had offered the Developer some corrective suggestions the Developer had offered counter suggestions which the Engineer is currently study ing and a plan will be finalized soon Suhm said. But residents were not satisfied that City Council was moving fast enough on issues they had raised four weeks earlier. At one Point mayor Biedermann ordered a police officer to the Council Hall when one annoyed resident began shouting at City solicitor Robert Mcconaughy and could not be silenced when Biedermann pounded his Gavel. Several police officers stood in an adjoin salary increase passes Madeira refuses recreation Extension by Barbara Casson Madeira City Council reopened an Issue about its Power of authority Over the City manager and voted not to expand a Winter recreation program Joti its oct. 6 meeting. City solicitor Tim Hogan apologized to Council members for mistakenly telling them at the sept. 24 meeting they could not vote on an expenditure of Money already budgeted because a vote would be stepping on City manager Harry prices responsibilities. Hogan said City councils can overrule City managers on spending budgeted Money. The Power had been established through Ohio statutes and court cases such As Youngstown is. Mitchell. At the september meeting councilman Tom Woebkenberg and Park and recreation committee members de Wilkinson and Robert Byrne had clashed Over whether Council had a right to vote on use of Money in the recreation budget. The committee was recommending a slight increase in the salaries of part time Winter recreation workers Extension of the Winter recreation program from 12 to 16 we new creation of separate programs for boys and girls and adding a new family program the total Cost was about $1,000 and the Money was available in the recreation budget. Woebkenberg argued that when the City was cutting Back on other services As Leaf collection it was inappropriate to expand recreation. He said other City departments had been asked to operate with less than was Budr gated sign also has been placed at the intersection. City manager Price was requested to study Woebkenberg Quot Aga into alleviate excess asked for a vote on the Tny Fife a Ontog East bound on Euclid Avenue which causes Back up and overflow onto neighbouring streets obtain permission from property owners at a new shopping Deer Park Law shifts cases to mayors court by Scott Shivley Deer Park City Council is considering an ordinance which could make it easier for people who violate the Law to appear in court and get the matter settled. However it might also make it easier for local police to cite borderline offenders. Councilman Robert Schuler introduced an ordinance to Deer Park City Council at its oct. 9 meeting that proposes amending another ordinance which is concerned with obedience to police officers. It was passed unanimously to a second Reading later this month. According to Schuler chairman of the legislative and finance committee the amended version was written up basically for the convenience of violators As Well As police officers. As the ordinance reads now people who disregard a police officers instructions would have to be taken downtown and charged with violation of a state Law. They also have to appear in court downtown. The amended version will allow officers to cite offenders locally with Vio lation of a City ordinance. People would then be required to appear in mayors court. A since mayors court convenes at night it should be easier for people who work during the Day to appear in court and get the matter taken care of Quot said Schuler. Schuler also stated that fines levied in mayors court Are usually less than those Given out downtown. A Telephone Survey of various local police departments revealed that most communities had similar ordinances on the books. Council then voted to increase recreation workers salaries a Dollar an hour and in a vote of 5-1, voted not to extend the Winter program four More weeks. De Wilkin son was the Only member to vote for the Extension. Arguing that the Council was making a a Mountain out of a mole Hill Over a Small amount of Money that was already in the budget. Byrne was not present at the meeting. A but a number of mole Hills can make a Mountain a retorted mayor Forest Atkins. Woebkenberg added that in emergency situations Money had been taken from other programs to Aid in More needed City services. In other business councilman Robert Lee submitted the safety committees report on several traffic problems. In response to residents complaints about the Large number of accidents at the intersection of Laurel and Maple double Stop signs have been installed and the Southwest Comer curb has been painted a Bright yellow. A a a no parking from Here to Comers Center Beisig constructed at Montgomery Road and Hosbrook to erect a a no left Turon sign for cars exiting onto Montgom a Esy Renud. Of ,. The Public safety committee also has requested Price to determine the number of Stop signs in Madeira that require upgrading and the fatal Cost. Ing room with the door open while the meeting proceeded. A i know this is a heated Issue but we cannot get anywhere unless we Are civil to each other a Biedermann warned. Joe Trauth or. An attorney for Crest communities. Requested an executive session with co Urjil and Joe Posge to dismiss his particular situation. Trauth said it was needed because of potential litigation. When asked if he is filing a lawsuit against Crest communities Posge said he still has an attorney looking into the situation other residents angrily opposed an executive session with just Posge because they said the problems involved All of them. Then Council considered two executive sessions a. One for Posge and Kaiser and another for Glendale Milford Road j a i Don t think we Are going to get Crest communities officials to say what they Are really thinking unless we have an executive session a said Stephanie Stoller Biedermann urged the continuance of the Glendale Milford Issue until a meeting oct. 16 to give Council enough time to discuss the City engineers decisions. The executive session with Posge and Crest communities officials followed the meeting and round decided at that time to consider a plan to cover the detention Basin. Posge said afterwards he was a really thrilled at the Council s immediate response to the issues. Posge said that during the executive session some pictures of his property had been shown vividly comparing the ditch before and after the Bulldozer dug it deeper. He said it appeared the Basin had not been constructed As it is drawn in the plans submitted to the City for approval. In other business. Coun a al App Jveta tue or Uva iwo for a development plan for Mcdonald a restaurant in the Kmart Kroger shopping Center at Hunt Road and Reed Hartman Highway. Sycamore teachers impose sanctions Sycamore education association sea members voted unanimously oct. 7 to impose local professional sanctions against the Sycamore school District in an sex Lakeside Lodge bids due oct. 16 Hamilton county Park commissioners Are accepting bids until 2 . Oct. 16 for die remodelling of Sharon Woods Lakeside Lodge at the Park District office 10245 Winton rd., it. Healthy. Separate contracts will be awarded for general building construction Concrete and Asphalt paving glazed Tiff work plumbing and electrical work. For further information Contact Robert Brown 521-7275. Pression of displeasure Over stalled contract negotiations and the Board of education a contrast offers. Sea president Rick Smith said the teachers on hand voted unanimously to invoke the local sanctions and to apply to the Ohio education association for official state sanctions. The action Means that teachers in these have declared Sycamore schools As undesirable places in which to be employed. The sea recently rejected the third contract offer made by the Board and Smith said Friday that Quot the teachers feel they re being punished for rejecting the first that first contract called for a 12 percent pay increase and retroactive pay. The last two offers also called for the 12 percent raise but no retroactive pay. In the third offer the Board compromised on the matter of a main streaming handicapped children into classes with non handicapped pupils but did not Compromise on the Issue of having teachers pay 15 percent of their Blue Cross Blue shield medical coverage. Smith agreed that negotiations Are now stalled. News Bra Eis commissioners mull Montgomery amendment Hamilton county commissioners took under advisement oct. 8 a proposed zoning amendment which would allow the construction of five one Fame a housing units As an addition to the Montgomery subdivision of tan age r Woods. The proposal was filed by the Symmes Simpson Creek construction co., which seeks to change a parcel of about seven acres from residence a to planned residence a a. The parcel is located in the Northeast part of a quadrant running along 1-276 and Hopewell Road. The commissioners held a Public hearing on the proposal before taking it under advisement. There was no word on when a determination might be made on the request. Blue Ash Hoard considers two office building plans requests for approval of building and preliminary site plans for two major office buildings topped the business at the oct. 13 meeting of the Board of site arrangement for the City of Blue Ash. The Procter and Gamble co., represented by Jack Hodell requested review and approval of a preliminary site plan for a 270,000 Square foot office Laboratory building across from its existing facility the Sharon Woods technical Center 11510 Reed Hartman Highway. Philip Kreig a spokesman for the proposed project said that state approval was also necessary because the proposal Calls for the construction of a water Runoff Basin. He gave no Cost estimates. The other request made by Community builders asked for approval of building plans for a 100,000 Square foot five Story atrium office building on lot 35, Cornell Park drive. Csini publisher honoured the current Observance of National newspaper week takes on even More significance than usual to those of us at Cincinnati suburban newspapers inc. Our head Honcho president and publisher John ii w olf received the president s award for distinguished service to the National newspaper association at the Nina s annual convention at st. Louis oct 3. It s the highest award the association can bestow upon a member and is Only presented when that service is a Over and beyond the Call of Wolf is retired As nna director at the convention having served the interests of suburban newspapers of America on the nna Board since 1977. National newspaper week october 12-18 inside Tif Page 2.newsmakers Page 3.election �?T80, the issues Page 4.westmoreland next in lecture series Page scene cats Woodward. Moe favored Page 16. Happening Gold Silver coins i Sterling it buy Cash payment tit i Market to m Conner of miss we Whu Misoni. M Norwood 631-2112 open 7 mys my lift Mcelwee amp Mcelwee attorneys at Law John i. Mcelwee Mary h. Mcelwee 984-1811 a Domestic relations a personal injury a bankruptcy a wills a real estate a Small business 9050 Man by a re near Cross county Hwy Eves amp sat by appointment non 891 771 1 a 7529 Kenwood shop Sitsa a Joo smog Wing Kenwood Northgate a All Kenwo ocl Silverton ceo. A r

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