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comets stung in swc opener - page 9 i village clerk to retire pa amherst news im public i'rrary 221 spring s amherst, om' ' j woman killed after cops chase ddi sus no charges yet against hospitalized man deadly collision on cooper foster park phillip stern l by jason hawk news-times reporter liuvc been filed (lie stiluhospitali7.ee! suspect police say a grafton nn intoxicated run-in with saturday morning, ii, 33. of lorain, is recovering at cleveland mctrohcaltli medical center but has not officially charged connection the death sheila pierce. 51 , grafton. around 1:06 a.m. saturday, patrolman jacob perez spotted driver red 1994 ford ranger traveling north main street, weaving cast and west followed while swerved over line three times, according statement from lt. joseph kucirck. one point, remained left for approximately two-tenths mile before drifting into his own lane then white edge line, he said. pulled berm noith s-curves found stem behind wheel, exhibiting signs intoxication. refused roll window down any more than "couple inches." locked doors, ami would open door. kucirck said f malls fled "lie wiic ins vehicle travchn .it p.-l.in excess speed limit "less 100 mph" tlve 35 mph along road.swid pert pursuit. (tended east until approached trallu lichi eavitt road route u.i,r continued 6 m eh dylan pocchlo. 3. looks favorite picture bonk about tractors library. party century' will be held sunday afternoon who have guessed, years ago, what future hold? through past century, sandstone walls library bonie silent witness as downtown shops opened closed, electricity was introduced, phones tied people together, grew sleepy quarry community an upscale suburb. sunday, invited celebrate library's 100th birthday its contributions amherst. "i see it celebration docs this community." director jeff scaggs. "in we want that's connected 2 4 p.m.. staffers host house food, barbershop quartet, musical guests, presentation 7 0 mms ii r?' vh kmh mini efy maude trust how reached generation neiding? very few amhersionians remember impeccable avenue ruled iroin l'xk 1950s. still shake nervously tlie mention her name, remembering lovably strict neiding or maud nieding.as she signed paychecks. story began july 1878. when sle born mr. mrs. john neiding. slw graduated lorain high school 1896 attended baldwin-wallace college, where studied grammar literature. outskirts family moved town 1906. september ol that vear. hbraiv funding h andrew carnegie foundation hired first librarian tor . salary $25 per month ierformed most wotk hersell. starting unpockinu boxes books placed sltelves .i doors opened. -12 years. niedmu served he.nl librarian. lier january i9v. age so. donated city land tn unlay hears name. 'live property, which adjoined iter home given condition thai kept natural state much possi ble bet funeral, members commission pall bearei- loophole could get schools cash legal may allow local share benefits tax exemption amherst's northern border board education learned monday night. because "impacted" financial distress, catch ohio revised code 75 percent property site deerfield shopping oak point road, district attorney tim armstrong located falls within bounds district's territo two months ago. superintendent robert boynton treasurer shirley antel were notified council looking rush 14 days without approval, "we spent better part saying there absolutely benefit schools," boynton, worried losing dollars. attending august meeting talks night mean some money despite lorain's attempt give large exemption. backing councilman craig snodgrass, officials convinced legislators push proposal back committee they looked options, time, had threatened take matter court if need arose, told news-times. "it bit contentious," "both sides best advantage themselves, ways defeat matter." armed now loophole. able each keep steady beneficial income, diverts utility upgrades next 30 blighted portions western lorain. agrees, make remaining 25 collections "additional" revenue assessed. deal affect undeveloped only. homeowners exempted zone pay full taxes, resulting split differently county auditor, though implied risk rests shoulders members. confirmed can force law place consent. did vote absence ot president ron yacoboi windfall $45,000 blew lottery wins news-tunes reportet glance, m.n si.h collet, rolling monev. says cil iie.t-u kathleen lilkovit. 2005 nu...... increased 5.1 wake march t.u sej..i figures icle.ci u last week, pin nomenon fluke, vml culprit: urn.. lottery. big lotto wmneis reside amheisi came up spades e.n. winning combined si. 3 'mil lion, nlic those winnings kicked $45.00(1 city's colters returns tiled spnne i.iken lump sums means receive income lav pavmcuis ilu l. u. year. "not unless lady luck smiles us. somclv.h ivi- read our special health section lveryme ixvoinmi; fitness conscious these it.iv-check mil inn speii.il heallh uxlav's new- lime lor ip' inn.itioi, ilui ivnelil cvervone
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2006-09-20|
|Date of Original||2006-09-20|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2006-09-20|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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