Good news indeed. Rehab and expansion of a beautiful building without tearing it down and destroying it's history. Another good piece of news for that area of Warsaw and Price Ave. Also if you can chance to ride by the restoration of the Masonic Lodge on Price Ave. The $10 million dollar renovation is in full swing. You can see also where access to Elberon Ave and parking is being put in. More development will be happening around that sight after the renovation is complete.
You don't have to worry about the ice cream running down your hand. It's almost like a frozen whipped cream. And some different flavors.I will have to try it. If you like super rich soft ice cream the Bold Face Dairy Bar on Mt. Hope in the Incline District is hard to beat.
Any word on what, if anything, is going to replace it?The old Frank's Nursery and Crafts building in Cheviot was torn down today:
Does anyone know a Elder grad from the 80's by the name of Steven Kaine (sp?) who is in the restaurant business? I heard he wants to open a diner on W8th across from the Crow's Nest and I have seen signs promoting the "End of the Line District". If anyone knows him, I would like to know what his track record is in the restaurant community and if anyone knows anything about this proposed new "district" give me the scoop. I welcome any business development in that area. I know the historical significance of the "end of the line" but it is somewhat humerus given how the street ends at the cemetery.
Were there any potential ideas thrown out?I participated in two things of interest this weekend. Saturday the West Price Hills Community Council (aka Price Civic Club) together with Price Hill Will held a launch of their effort to come up with a comprehensive development plan for West Price Hill. Held at Seton High School the event was an effort to collect data from residents and business owners on issues which impact West Price Hill. There will be follow-up events ultimately resulting in the publication of the plan.