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summer league playoffs - page 6 amherst news-time el 1 muscled bandits make off with 13 tons of me -c.l lorain scrap dealer places $1,000 reward for stolen alumir um wi e serbian cancer fighter visits 2 approximately aluminum cabling, valued at $74,000, was overnight, according to police. you load and what do get? if you're the city amherst, just get another day older deeper in debt. but a criminal, then $74,000 worth aluminum. sometime between hours 3 p.m. on tuesday, july 11, 7 a.m. wednesday, 12, made 26,195 pounds high-grade wire from city's utilities storage center tower lane. is encased black plastic similar that used carry electrical currents telephone poles, wrapped around giant wooden spools. lt. joseph kucirck said thieves took 20 spools, each holding 1,200 feet dice triplex weighing 613 pounds, $2,500. three spools bice 336mcm wire, 11,390 4,645 were also pilfered, he said. placed value spool $8,000. by friday afternoon, sgt. dan jasinski had recovered very small amount cable, which been discarded near norfolk & southern railroad tracks baumhart road. bulk materials remains large will likely be sold scrapyard vendors. "it's not going coils anymore. they'll cut it up one or two even five 10 foot pieces so looks like head out sell scrapyards profit," told news-times. stored outside an area enclosed barbed-wire fence. ptl. john balog believe more vandals nearby shipping ramp metal onto flatbed truck. called heist organized crime performed someone who knew hat icy doing, hud done bciurc, try again." thefts have reported surrounding jurisdictions companies construction sites, job far biggest its kind, ten county additional 75 summit cuyahoga counties warned watch suspicious amounts wiring. can 40 60 cents per pound, david carter, man continued pngo 5 gypsy moth expert address shadylawn invasion aerial, spraying campaign could hold pests bay, some fear environmental financial issues kill project before starts jason hawk news-times reporter something straight hitchcock film, swarms lymnntria dispar below defoliation levels," adkins, believes implementing aerial may help, though won't sure-fire cure-all. "i don't think this we're ever completely under control. our goal many now suppress population." taukins ana company vcnliccl bhauymwn intcs- , .. . -mimiis uiiu vuiiiimiiy nuyt nui vtiuitu mc oiiuuyjuwii mica- dreaded are invading amricn.t-,a,ion bm say (hat amncrsl falis wimin molh ratatifmr destroying everything green. "we infested," drive resident marilyn "they start size lead pen cil, they develop into caterpillars. cat oak." trees green's yard nearly stripped their leaves, thanks moths, dirty little buggers cov ered properties excrement. green mess disgusting she let her grandchildren go play mollis arc marshaling tor next spring s attack. early last month hundreds "mud sacks" containing thousands eggs started appearing stuck bark. "now quieted down pupa stage, said, damage attempts trap moths burlap duct tape trunks failed. residents street fight ing summers now, within most sick unable naturally-occurring arboreal diseases. die. officials hoping help property owners back. 26, public meeting held 8:30 main community center, 255 park ave. adkins ohio department agriculture discuss problem possible roads solution. reduce population 'mammas test zone encompasses troubled spots avon lake portions hideaway late september, odoa experts visit inspect egg masses know first february types ot treatment plausible, saw. local must formal application chemical sept. fears homeowners 50-acrc willing sign necessary petitions. there afraid impacting environment want protect all god's creatures," would bacterial agent btk (bacillus thuringiensis kurstaki) benzine-based chemical. "there advantages disadvantages both them, choices application, ii somcoouy complains uuu nicy uun i sprayed, might whole thing. questions than answers here point," mayor taylor. problem, his office lancer drives, third call orchard hill proved false. report has verified cooper foster road north quarry unfortunately, taylor skeptical pay campaign. "government can't solve problems. again, depend how big widespread. i'm saying no, yes," news-times, speculating spray !vt7. j schools considering legal action against deerfield blight, tif attorneys school board arming n court week, following announcement lorain's elected intend offer tax breaks 143-acrc housing retail development oak point "in best interest children district taxpayers, we any revenue sources land included incremental financing as part west side urban renewal plan, director sanford prudoff. lieu taxes, mcgill group service payments issuing bonds, turn upgrading decaying infrastructure, council already labeled entire tract blighted pave way tif. opinion simply it's grab, plain simple, " attorney tim armstrong, there," spokesperson greg ring. notice sent members, stating intends grant percent real abatement 30 years shopping residential center. being developed solon-based straddles amherst-lorain border intersection roads. portion lies system's boundaries. matt still negotiations (four after launching development) find grocer big-box-style anchor property, declined name potential tenants. tun armstrong says blight label file lawsuit necessary. "deerfield newest premier subdivisions. when heard wanted designate area, quite shocked," protcctual. consistent facts." rezoned year planned unit potentially valuable county, borders route surrounded cleveland clinic, toyota-scion, 250 townhouses family homes $150,000 $225,000. mishak's 'black hole clutter' makes second fidr. phil5 episode broadcast shows sunrise man's hoarding nation knows: mishak beating demons. afternoon nbc affiliate wkyc, again featured syndicated "dr. phil" program during end-of-season show highlighting year's popular episodes. hour-long broadcast's final minutes, segment titled "black clutter" updated america about recovery years-long habit rendered home uninhabitable. is, until dr. phil mcgraw reigns. confronting air, crews 1-800-got-junk arrived town feb. 11 removed assorted debris property. conditions bad workers, asthmatic wife, nancy, forced wear protective masks enter. cameras captured ordeal five-minute aired fell weight's lifted mji shoulders," producers. "as throw out, got kind roll amazed much stuff rid of. feel pretty good myself now. rotting food, clothes, blankets, prescriptions, burned lightbulbs, urine feces, old tires, boxes, trunks, shelving units, tubs loaded huge blue rigs hauled away. frank lawlis, psychologist working witli phil, toured house progress counseling sessions. "this ending. beginning," judges: carrion's coif sexiest jasmine carrion hair. no kidding really, really big. fact, judges california brunette possibly america. "she did great job. look 19-year-old wearing hair, kids starting back hair again. hollywood goes 1960s," michael o'rourke, judge sexy reality contest. concepts named girl, lives coventry place, finalist national style search based hcadshots submitted via web www.sexyhair.tv. am camera shy," 2005 steele high graduate, learned love lens cast member news live. interning ladies gentleman salon legacy village stylist gina curlotta found hair's internet contest site. long winding three-hour photo
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2006-07-19|
|Date of Original||2006-07-19|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2006-07-19|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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