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village wants to form tif - page 10 hz 2 ij : ru 3: amherst news-timcfs! public library 3 " -"" ?1 sprimr strrp- inn a ... i . r on ml? mtr ro i) -xt local voters get their $ u n finances bouncing back 7 area candidates, smoking, and 'taking the state' drive1 eieuuun katlo james, elizabeth carrion, dawn borta grab some hot coffeoo as they prepare brave rain for 12-hour shift outside of trinity evangelical church. editor's note: polls were not closed results had yet been tabulated yesterday's mid-term elections at press time. look extended coverage issues in next week's issue ncws-timcs. by jason hawk news-times reporter opened steady, gray drizzle yesterday, but weather was barely affecting enthusiasm predicting change ohio's political winds. "everybody screams that ohio is going turn blue. i'm excited my husband party. it's time change," blue... said berta berta, wife democratic common pleas court judge candidate david berta. her happy predictions democrat-controlled seemed be popular consensus among yesterday morning ballots cast all around united states. "i think republicans might keep state this year. democrats will win, that's necessarily bad thing," mike collier, regular self-proclaimed swing voter. while he his vote republican gubernatorial kenneth blackwcll, saying supports gop's policy record ohio, collier many people arc fed up with "business usual" columbus. such races unusually rabid year, acknowledging long- fought negative ad campaigns hit television radio waves september. past, said, those commercials usually weapon used republicans, learned how do too year," morning, greeting free church middle ridge road. partisan divide wasn't only factor driving vote. another major prompted him make trip possible statewide smoking ban, which tackled 4 5. understand when someone smoke, continued pngo 5 target gets final approval build big box handful details have ironed out, plan store north lake street has already granted construction. "it means we good anchor coming into city limits hopefully draw more commercial development," safety-service director dennis clotz. following presentation mcgill property group last tuesday night, planning commission voted 6-0 green-light 126,842-square-foot intersection cooper foster park road, near route ramp. latest drawings show big-box retailer silting completely within boundaries, additional land shops dccrficld plaza overflowing lorain. lorain portion could eventually home large grocery chain previously named giant eagle heincn's potential tenants would able collect tuxes from site. several regarding infrastructure improvements deerficld scrutinized officials, according secretary kaye browning. "there discussion traffic impact, lights, pago wbby hi buried work morgan reltor, 7, central drive, takes dive fall leaves yard saturday afternoon after father, reiter, rake them. entire community hard past weekend collecting helping pick-up. matt barrett campaign finance fight erupts 58th district allegations election come gone, taint remains. build-up balloting, mud-slinging battle intensified serious informal charges leveled, getting both sides dirty process. dragged thursday councilman barrett, bid an house representatives seat district, fired accusations opponent dan white norwalk. challenger who lives golden russett boulevard, denounced written statement allegedly laundering war chest through caucus. "the money trail stinks developer asks council rezone 40-acre site behind premier toyota mbiiillmimiriilltw;ii't'':";t'm didn't want it, bill starbuck hoping attract business swath new dealership amherst's west side. "we feel should go ahead rezoning, we've inquiries about (that land)," told members monday asking converted r-l residential c-2 use. spring, presented department store, since started construction separate just block away, northwestern corner officials backed out tentative commitment july. corporation "to take chance waiting until spring break ground." now spearheading project lake, plans open doors fall. meanwhile, rezoning help lasso retail own, said. ward four member jennifer wasilk fit perfectly yet-to-be seen recommendations ot s master committee, debates sidewalk safety measures braeburn estates firm tongue-lashing what one columbia station expected approached council's building lands committee got. sanitary sewer, storm water line, roadway tie-ins linville builders developers co. looking stepped podium speak. instead, representative took task over measures, company abandoned efforts create pedestrian-friendly environment. "you're bring subdivision, comes young families. put them
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2006-11-08|
|Date of Original||2006-11-08|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2006-11-08|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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