The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on September 27, 1991 · Page 77
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The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio · Page 77

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Friday, September 27, 1991
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6 EXTRACentral THE CINCINNATI E NQUIRKR Friday, September 27, 1991 PATIO FACTORY OUTLET "We Fix Outdoor Furniture" m unless you go. VVI m Ml Condominium plan angers residents in Springfield Twp. Re-Strap Vinyl Replace Slinks Weld Repair Prime id Repainl Replace dlass Mechanical Repair it FIFTH Wf'" mWS, JOB rAlK 891-0909 BuP3A,ehW00dHad '''(':' Your Inwstnwnt! University Banking Center ... t. Or A At J-.--.-7 We're new. . .We're exciting. . . lne Greater Cjnan . a wa Recruiters or ban w"- We're up to date! . i -f- tho wnn b w. AH, Directions: TaKe i- "Jjr Ki BNd. Co Ih t the light on to Martin Luw iw 9 on Now's the time to brush up on all the old stand-by and latest dances! 'at ast the Vmversnyr. .,,,., iQQ To find out more Une: 579-JOBS Fifth Third, please Mil ou J U 4r wzth Wr WE.. o i ecivmic Y 0 LtooUNo Dance of Your Choice REGULAR VALUE $280 i riTreplaza;Dep..00828.Cin.t..ut Come to EnVogue & Experience tbe Difference! BY SUE KIESEWETTER Enquirer Contributor One of two condominium projects planned for Winton Road has angered nearby residents who say the complex will nearly bisect their subdivision. Grove Entertainment Corp. has requested a zone change for 9.6 acres on the east side of Winton Road, near West Compton Road at the site of the old Kolpling Grove picnic area. Plans call for 112 condominiums. "This proposed multifamily development is out of character for our neighborhood," said B.J. Brockhouse of Candy Lane. Brockhouse said petitions from residents on Candy Lane, Silver-hedge Drive, Buff Court and Long Lane opposing the development will be sent to the Hamilton County Rural Zoning Commission. The commission has set a public hearing for 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Springfield Township Administration Building, 8375 Winton Road. Brockhouse said residents think the proposed density is too high, fear the project will worsen sewer problems, worry about traffic con gestion and think property values will be significantly reduced. On Tuesday, the Hamilton County Planning Commission voted 5-0 to recommend disapproval, said commissioner Bob Wendel. The matter goes before the Rural Zoning Commission for review, then to county commissioners. Second project approved Though the commission rejected the Kolpling Grove project, it voted 5-0 to approve a similar zoning change for the Compton Crossing condominium project. Developer Anko Enterprises wants to build 12 condominiums on 1.94 acres on the west side of Winton Road across from East Compton. Commission approved the project with conditions: limiting a ground sign no larger than 12 square feet; providing lighting plans and screening between the parking lot and single-family residences; and preserving as many trees as possible. The rural zoning commission has scheduled a public hearing on Compton Crossing for 7:30 p.m. Monday at the township administration building. Colerain Twp. seniors criticize UC study of needs for center Art nouveau, Bonsai trees, Ceramic cows, Doll clothes, MtSem Expert woodwork, Folk art, Gaggles of geese, Hand-painted baby pants, Irresistable gifts, Jewelry, Kitchen gadgets, Leather accessories, Miniatures, Novelties, Oil paintings, Potpourri, Quilts, RosesH and other flowers, Soft sculptures, Tole painting, Unique gifts, Victorian crafts, Wreaths, AXyloid crafts (it just means wood!), Youngsters' toys w and Zillions of other what seniors need. They don't understand seniors, they don't understand their needs and so forth." She said that in a previous UC study in Colerain Township several years ago, the students talked to people who were 25 to 40 years old. "Now what does a 25-year-old know what we want in a senior center?" she asked. Trustee Joseph Wolterman emphasized that the proposed study was to focus on the architectural and physical characteristics involved in expanding the structure at 4300 Springdale Road. The township has some offices in the senior center, and also conducts trustee meetings there twice a month. The township's administration building, a former residence at 4200 Springdale Road, is too small for meetings. Trustee Ralph Sandoz said the students would be "under the things, ftasfc The Sleepy Hollow Arts and Crafts Show. BY BOB ELKINS The Cincinnati Enquirer A University of Cincinnati study of the proposed expansion of the Colerain Senior Center drew criticism at a recent township trustee meeting. The $25,000 contract has not been signed with Duraid Da'as, director of UC's Community Planning and Design Center. But Bill Miller, a Colerain Township trustee candidate, the contract had been mentioned at a senior citizens steering committee meeting. "No senior citizen has been consulted yet and no town meeting has been called as to what the senior citizens really want up here. I think ... we should be consulted first as to what we really want before somebody goes ahead and says, 'OK, this is what they need.' " David Foglesong, township administrator, said people will be given an opportunity to present their concerns to the consultant. A time and place for the meeting will be announced. Peggy Sappe, chairman of fund-raising for township parks, said, "I don't think students from UC will be able to determine in a survey This Wprhipwlaii ihrnnnh Rnwrlriii Fiemfmnhev 9.K.9.Q I JL I VVKJ f r VVAI VJUAJAJVJ VI VI J VVKj I V KJ VV I VAJAJ VJ J KJS J VJ I I VJ S I W (V! watchful eye of a qualified profes sor of architectural engineering, and that they would be talking to "everyone who has anything to do with Colerain Township. He said the old study Sappe referred to was an "umbrella" sur vey of community wishes. Births BETHESDA Mark Anthony Kehl, born Aug. 20 to Shyron and Mark Anthony Kehl, Colerain Township. Erik Walker, born Aug. 27 to Yvette Silvers and Curtis Walker, Carthage. James Allen Holloway, born Aug. 29 to Linda Holloway and Richard Woods, Fairmount. Jodie Gatewood, born Aug. 26 to Johanna Gatewood and James Wil-lingham, Arlington Heights. Lorenzo Howard, born Aug. 21 to Sherry L. Howard, Cincinnati. Ronnikia Tra'Shelle Stevens, born Aug. 20 to Tracey Stevens and Ronald Crooks, Clifton. 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