The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on October 22, 1991 · Page 65
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The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio · Page 65

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4 EXTRAEaSt Central THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Tuesday, October 22, 1991 Lakota considers vear-roimd sclioo said year-round programs make better use of space. Unresolved better use of space. Unresolved iQllPC inrlnrlo ohimmmAnt anrl rp- Government notes DEER PARK Council meets at 8 p.m. Oct. 28 in the municipal building, 4250 Matson Ave. LOVELAND City Council will meet tonight at 8 p.m. in City Hall, 120 W. Love-land Ave. Cynthia Hampel, 25, of Love-land, who rescued Hazel Woolridge from a house fire in Loveland last week, will be honored by council. MADEIRA Two public hearings by, the planning commission are set for 7:30 p.m. Oct. 28 in the Madeira Expenses would increase under a year-round school plan, Hayden said. For example, air conditioning in the six buildings so equipped would cost $200,000 to $400,000 per building. One of the biggest problems is scheduling for families who have children in more than one building or if all the children don't have the same vacation time, Hayden said. Other problems include scheduling, busing, after-school activities, forced vacation times and maintenance. On the positive side, Hayden Hayden focused on a four-quarter program as the best year-round plan, wherein 25 of the students would be on vacation all the time. That or a similar option would make best use of the buildings but the district would still run out of space by 1995. Hayden said capacity currently is 9,734 students, which includes both buildings scheduled to open next fall. The year-round plan would increase capacity to 12,167. But projections show there will be 12,211 to 13,948 students by 1995. BY SUE KIESEWETTER Enquirer Contributor Although going to school year-round uses buildings more efficiently, Thomas I. Hayden, superintendent of the Lakota Local School District, isn't sure it's good for his growing district. Last week Hayden gave the board of education a report on his experiences coordinating a year-round school program in West Carrollton in the 1970s. School board president Gary Campbell asked for the report as part of the district's long-term planning process. During a recent town meeting where five different building plans were explained to residents, a year-round school plan surfaced. "Right now, my own personal opinion is that it is a remote option," Campbell said following the presentation. "But I think you need to make a decision based on all the facts and after considering all the options. This is one of the options which would provide some temporary relief." tention, teacher scheduling and burn-out. "I don't think it's the answer for Lakota, but I'm not the final decider," he said. Campbell said the school board will listen to public comments at one more town meeting and from employee groups and consultants before reaching any decision. The board hopes to make a decision in late December. n I W J jj Q J QJ The warehouse with everything for yourjiouse. IGliddenT v7 - 1 II AniCBIAHRET 1 I 1 I v V " ,cX1Saedin I SPRED SATIN LATEX WALL PAINT Durable, washable latex paint is ideal for ceiling and surfaces Cleans up with soap and water FIBERGLASS SHINGLES Features 20-year limited warranty Durable fiberglass mat construction Choose from an assortment of popular colors Class "A" fire rating 3 bundles cover approximately 100 square feet JuniorSenior High School cafeteria, to discuss zoning code variances for above-ground storage tanks for combustible liquids. The regular meeting will immediately follow. MARIEMONT At the Oct. 14 meeting, council heard a finance committee report, which recommended that council accept Anderson Waste's bid of $433,460 for two years, for solid and yard wastes and recyclables. Council appointed Carl Monzel and Joseph V. Hoffman to the architectural review board for 1992 and 1993. Trick or Treat will be Oct. 31 from 6-8 p.m. Council meets at 8 p.m. Oct. 28 in the municipal building, 6907 Wooster Pike. MONTGOMERY The city of Montgomery has begun its $200,000 curb improvement project for some neighborhood streets, according to Jon Bor-met, city manager. The curb improvements will remove deteriorating asphalt, replacing it with new. Streets to be improved are: Baywind, Bookmark, Campus, Lak-ewater, Thumbelina, Trailwood, Twinkle, Valley Stream and Wes-twind. Montgomery also has begun a $600,000 mandatory sanitary sewer project for the Acomb subdivision, affecting 70 homeowners. Each homeowner will be assessed $8,500, with the option to pay immediately or over a 20-year period. "The assessments won't begin until 1993," Bormet said. , The sewer project will be pleted by early summer of 1992. NORWOOD Council meets at 7:30 p.m. today at the municipal building, 4645 Montgomery Road. A public hearing will be held at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 29, at the municipal building, concerning a proposed zone change for 4044 Grove Ave., from residential to general business district. SILVERTON All this week the city will have listings available of people who have unclaimed funds in Hamilton County from dormant checking and savings accounts, uncashed cashier :hecks, and other sources from 3:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the nunicipal building, 6860 Plainfield Road. The zoning board of appeals neets at 10 a.m. in the municipal 3uilding to hear two requests for sign variances 6849 Ohio Ave. and 7050 Blue Ash Road. Leaf collection is under way, and will continue through mid-December. 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