The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on September 24, 1991 · Page 52
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The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio · Page 52

Cincinnati, Ohio
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Tuesday, September 24, 1991
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4 EXTRACentral TUF. CINC INNATI KNQl'IRl.R Tuesday, September 24, mi SUfVUTlEn SPECIAL! OVER 300 SPECIALS - 15 TO 25 DISCOUNT Mount Eerie glow s1075 s865 PM.MEP tern LETTFRING AND Of SIGN INf LUDE D ..,, jr Itt'i'-'J s496 s325 MM, I I M Kkl K IM II lit K IKMK 1 YEAR PRE-NEEO FREE INTEREST PLAN BEECO MONUMENTS LS75-012B READING 86?J RenilinK M 948-8543 753-5777J jj JOHN D1APHOPN i Guess which bank is making it easier to buy a home? 3 Grafts rZ J At AmprifriKl we're T5& committed to meeting the needs of affordable housing for everyone. ffimt That's why our Community Home The Cincinnati EnquirerKevin J. Miyazaki were illuminated with a torch-like glow. The contractor had to experiment with the height of the two 55-watt, high-pressure sodium lights in each turret to see what the best placement should be. Timers shut off the ground lights and one of the two lights in each turret at midnight to save power. The Mount Airy water tower at Colerain and North Bend roads is a landmark at night thanks to a $30,000 project made possible by donations from about 150 people and businesses. The walls of the 64-year-old reservoir were lighted from the ground in July by REA Electric of Monfort Heights. Then six turret windows Stiver's Loan offers lower down payments and dosing costs, pins free classes on homebuying. We've also expanded the income requirements Early signs of election unwelcome in Golf Manor for this loan, making it easier for more people to qualify Ask about it at the Ameritrust office in your neighborhood. BY GINA GENTRY-FLETCHER The Cincinnati Enquirer As signs promoting political candidates and the Cincinnati Public Schools' tax levy begin to spring up in Golf Manor, village officials want to make sure residents display by the rules. "We're not against the signs," said Councilwoman Ethel Mitzman, "but people don't know about the ordinance." "The ordinance" is a little-known law adopted six years ago regulating every aspect of installing signs in the village. Several sections of the ordinance are being revised by the village building inspector. When the new ordinance is complete, Mitzman wants to make sure residents don't continue to flout it. In the meantime, however, she wants residents to follow the present law. Some have already pulled the signs they prematurely planted, either on suggestion of neighbors who know about the ordinance, or through a friendly gesture by village officials. A section of the ordinance states that posting signs that "advertise support or opposition to any levy, political party or political candidate shall be permitted without application for a building permit only for a period of time commencing 30 days prior to the primary, special or general election ..." Among the other provisions: The signs cannot exceed 5 square feet. Only two signs are permitted in each residential yard. Signs must be removed by 9 p.m. the Sunday following the election. The ordinance also states that residents or business owners who wish to place real estate, business or advertising signs on their property must first apply for a building permit. Breaking the law means a citation for a minor misdemeanor and a fine of not more than $50 to the property owner. ....... - Imeritrust Service you can bank on. uiuM ' 1990Amaitrust Comuany Navoa Assoc a o" Cheviot looking at other options for curbside recycling program Help Us Celebrate The Of The New Additions At... 9200 Reading Rd. Reading, Ohio PRICES EFFECTIVE MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 THRU SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1991 IGA f 2nd A BIG "X WEEK J ltl W reserve h right to limit qwonfitie and correct printing errors. IGA Ice Cream Large Bathroom Tissue BY LYNDA HOUSTON The Cincinnati Enquirer Cheviot City Council is continuing its quest to start up a voluntary recycling program, but the effort was held up last week. At a meeting Sept. 17, council voted 6-1 to delay legislation to establish the program. The ordinance would allow the city to hire Rumpke Inc. to provide curbside recycling. It would cost the city nothing, but participating residents would pay $2 extra a month for the service. The ordinance was delayed after some council members wanted to investigate alternatives, such as establishing drop-off points for re-cyclables or initiating a city-operated recycling program. Councilman John Gagnon, who has backed the.ordinance, cast the sole vote to introduce it. Mayor Michael Laumann, a longtime proponent of collection- point recycling, said that although a contract with Rumpke would cost Cheviot nothing, the city would be held to that contract for several years, a move he opposed. Two bills the state legislature is considering essentially would make curbside recycling mandatory, Laumann said, and possibly affect any contract the city would have with a company. Councilwoman Kathy Goedl, who made the motion to set the ordinance aside, said any recycling effort should be operated by the city. And although Councilman Ed Lameier remained optimistic that the city could have a program implemented within a few months, he said it would be difficult to start a city-operated program. "The problem with that is, we don't have a dedicated truck to do it," he said of the trucks needed to sort recyclables. Eggs 39 LIMIT I COUPON PER CUSTOMER GOODMON , SEPT. 23 THRU 5UN., SEPT. 29, 1991 GOOD ONLY AT READING IGA j HALF g I UMTT 1 WITH ADDITIONAL H I '10 PURCHASE OR MORE JI DOZ. 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