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Tuesday. October 15. 1991 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER EXTRACentral 5 Community government notes Age 59 or Better? Get a head start with our Senior Citizen administration building, 8375 Winton Road, on a zoning change. Developer Mike West of West Prop Inc. is asking that 55.9 acres on Compton Road be changed from business to planned residence. He is proposing to build 152 condominiums on Compton, between Daly and Winton roads. UNION TOWNSHIP Trustees voted last week to endorse Butler County's 1-mill, one-year public services bond issue. It would raise $3.5 million and be used for a firepolice training center at the D. Russell Lee Joint Vocational School on Ohio 4 north of Hamilton. Trustees took under advisement a request from the parks and recreation commission to expand parking at Keehner Park near the picnic areas and ball fields. A resolution in support of the Lakota Local Schools' 5.9-mill operating levy was approved by trustees. WYOMING Council will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday in council chambers, 800 Oak Ave. ARLINGTON HEIGHTS Council meets at 7 p.m. Mon-dayin council chambers, 601 Elliott Ave. EVENDALE The planning commission will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the village Administration Building, 10500 Reading Road. FOREST PARK James R. Powell was appointed to the Waycross Cable Community Programming Board for the term ending March 30, 1993. Approval was given to allow construction of a Jiffy Lube in the Promenade Shopping Center. It will be built along Kemper Road between Pizza Hut and Franklin Savings and Loan. No outside storage of vehicles, displays or sale of merchandise will be permitted. A 90-day trial agreement with Christ Hospital to store one of its paramedic vehicles in the central fire department was approved. GLENDALE Council has agreed to consider hiring one of two architects for a renovation and expansion project at Village Hall. Interviews were to be held during a special meeting this week. curb-side recycling program. Residents of single-family homes will receive information about recyling in November, and the program will begin Dec. 1. Council will meet Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in council chambers, 12015 Lawnview Ave. SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP Hamilton County commissioners last week postponed a decision on a zoning change for Pleasant Run Station. Plans for the development, southwest of the Hamilton-Butler County line, call for a retail strip center along Hamilton Avenue with multifamily housing behind it. Commissioners told developers and residents to meet again to try to work out their differences regarding the residential portion of the project. That meeting is at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Springfield Township Community Center on Brent Road. Trustee Carl Abel announced that the police department has made two arrests in a rash of thefts in the Pleasant Run Farms areas. 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Expires 102191 Expires 102191 :Jt1t f Exgire9lO2191 Sing-A-Long Octoberfest Chickens KalbsHaxn (Veal Shank Bier Radi Even Friday & Saturday in October mim 8 Fun Size Mayor Harry Matthews said council will make the selection based on construction drawings and the interviews. Officials hope to open bids on the project in late December or early January. Matthews said council is willing to spend about $300,000 for the project, "but we anticipate that the bids will be lower than that." The village also was notified by the Hamilton County Engineer's Office that officials have approved a $444,000 loan to build a water tower in the Washington Park area. The loan, with a 3 interest rate, will be paid off in 20 years, and planning for the project will begin as soon as the Ohio Public Works Commission and the village agree to a contract in the next month or two. Resurfacing on Sharon Road from Congress Avenue east will begin within a week. Council is discussing a 9.3 water rate increase, the second in nine months. The increase is needed to assist with repayment of a 20-year, zero-percent-interest loan for installing larger water mains in the village. "It was a provision of the loan that steps would be taken to generate revenues to specifically finance those costs," Matthews said. The increase will take effect Jan. 1, raising the minimum payment from $20.70 quarterly to $22.63. GREENHILLS Leaf collection begins this week. Residents should place loose leaves between the sidewalk and curb. Bagged leaves should be placed curb-side on regularly scheduled garbage pickup days. This week, city crews will be picking up leaves from residents who live west of Winton Road. The week of Oct. 21, leaves will be picked up for those who live east of Winton. That rotation will continue for four weeks, said David Moore, village administrator. Village council meets at 7:30 p.m. today, 11000 Winton Road. 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