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eagle convicted for murders - page 7 wrestlers head to state pam: r- x m a j tt . .f"?h1 allllltmm riews- i mil t.'si , " s tl 70 73 7) rv rv, r iii 33 2007 primaries host of amherst residents will vie nine public office seats this may in party primary races. total, 15 candidates met the lorain county board elections deadline file last thursday at 4 p.m.: mayor david a. taylor (r), 202 cherry valley dr., is seeking second term as city's chief executive officer. ho also served amherst's ward councilman from 1970 1972, planning commission service director 1972 1980, and safety-service 1980 1982. rotlred trwnelson's stud welding division, where worked 37 years. running unopposed. sf 30, law anthony r. pecora (d), 800 fordo ave., seoklng his first torm lav director, he an associate firm stumphauzer, o'toole, mclaughlin, mcglamery, loughman. richard s. ramsey 525 lauron ln., currently practices family criminal proprietor own firm. president council john dietrich 355 candy serving fourth has previously mombor commission. former owner wiogand electric. at-large (three available) steve p'simer 611 brennan four full torms on city council. completing one-yoar remainder matthew barrett, who was elected ohio house representatives november. employed operations manager jacco. nicholas w. brusky 173 terra third at-large. transportation broker north american express transportation. terrance traster 1013 milan seat after five terms one council, zoning appeals. patternmaker carpenter. bill vanderwyden 118 westchester at-large, 1975 1987. ordained minister, certified fundralslng executive, consultants. mark hullman 1034 rome beauty cpa treasurer columbia school district. making unsuccessful bid 2005. continued 3 hire me another yl jj jkitonfcbfelt- files run by jason hawk news-times reporter critical round "performance evaluations" quickly approaching gears up election time, asking bosses voters allow him keep job. "i think i've brought some continuity fresh rhythm city, want our people years," said week, filing four-year term. taylor, appear republican ticket 8 primaries. unopposed both contests. defeating three-term democratic incumbent wiggins 1 votes november 2004. major issue that campaign $2 million budget deficit predicted then-auditor diane eswinc. ran platform included call spending reform, completion jackson street bridge, improvement water pressure throughout implementation long-range "master plan" amherst, investment safety forces, development aggressive repair program. wc need discipline spending. have open book everything do city," declaring candidacy reduce has, but there still been no actual demolition or construction bridge (though stated week work could begin early april), years intermittent meetings official master plan presented be put forward year, told week. made variety city. it's slow tedious process, progress," said. more than three office, pago 10 two choose not re-election leaves chair while many hied fonllocal government scats, notable faces quietly bowed outfof political arena leas now. 'ithc administration right now spectacular, so point don't nccd.a watchdog," representative costilow, chose seek order spend time with family. cinema, business booming requires attention. eps ken stummiauzor turning hlsaleuiicul ecological rejuvenation project, working restore land grand river watershed enjoy the" jobbujjl go it witlioufknowing 100 percent my devote it," costilow when sought lmtfirsf tickc"-2005, unhappy wffif affairs wanted make difference, news-times. condition since stabilized, says. doesn't mean he's out terry traator of-tho game good. slim chance ns independent before august deadline. stumphauzer officials remain optimistic about quarry tesi skeptics are looking reason any believe british investors serious giving economy surrounding areas $1.5 billion shot arm. end march two-year lapse neil pike trans european securities international pledged close $15.25 deal purchase 900 acres stone corporation's holdings township. prolonged silence means nosh cleveland quarries golf resort project dead, "you negative this, you pragmatic," town-shin trustee lynch "but we re whole lot energy until get confirmation moving ahead." sentiment echoes those voiced f receives osman c. hooper awards awarded c, newspaper association weekly committee. accolades were general carpenter ona's annual convention columbus thursday, feb. 15. field 14 publications ona division e, received place ratings categories in-depth reporting headline writing news coverage, local features, editorial writing, "the took tough stories wrote them even-handed manner. coverage expansive," judges wrote. series called "tales battlefront," which published winter related life veterans, earned praise features category. addition, wellington enterprise oberlin news-tribune (sister tor news-times) each awards. paper recognized design, advertising, photojournalism categories, photojournalism, special edition categories.
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2007-02-28|
|Date of Original||2007-02-28|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst news-times, 2007-02-28|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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