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retirement could help schools - page 5 science team heads to state pet i $ m : si cd v n 7. . j amherst news-timdfp 4 ) 7 r- 3 at jackson street bridge crews prepping remove unfinished structure from its supports and roll it away for demolition a sudden flurry of activity rin infamous construction site has some residents thinking that maybe just hell hath frozen over. amid freezing rains, arctic winds, three-inch snowfall last week, work began welding i-beams mobilizing building materials week the bridge. harsh weather stalled workers, but was not enough keep them demolition, said engineer chuck cvitkovich cleveland-based firm hntb, which is overseeing project. ore working construct rig will the-bridge current resting place over norfolk & southern railroad tracks, so may be safely destroyed on near nordson depot. "they're going jack up beams, shoot off piers, move it. jook like fancy skateboard," said. once rolled free, workers use torches slice apart steel portions structure, shatter concrete sections via jackhammcr, he "it's something that's kind unique. we don't often have bridges off," "but in this case, it's most economical, safest, quickest way get done." carried out by b&b excavating cleveland, likely starling mid-april, according mayor david taylor. continued pago taylor sets march 1 6 meeting ho hold pro-construction mooting with engineers contractors 9 a.m. friday, 16. 11 morning, general information tho pub- main center, 255 lie community parkavo. project coordinators elected officials answer questions attempt eliminate misconceptions about upcoming turn-of-tho-contury quarry rost sandstono bluff photo provided historical society. toalla scofnno koyloy koslk steele seniors receive, praise tv coverage city's daylight curfew jason hawk news-times reporter hardest part story, tenlla scrofnno kayley kosik, remaining neutral. prompted growing grumbling their high school classmates mid-october, two went hot trail hottest story year. course four months 70 hours hard work, scrofano kosik compiled an in-depth investigation city council's curfew. piece aired program "steele news live" day after proposal passed into law. now, both students are basking warm glow granted award excellence 13th annual communicator awards. "i think they realize how good is," mark lowric, who teaches television production class steele. one stories do as students, balanced present sides, give opponents supporters equal consideration. struggled, came dn top," were against ,698 entries competed alongside collegiate, corporate, professional submissions. also earning top recognition awards distinction senior kayla pijor her three former died, matt irvin direction oct. 12 edition live, entire compilation public service announcements, 17, drawn american stone withdraws land sale talks well, there goes billion dollars, right down drain. years until thursday british investors had been tantalizing local leaders fairy tale renderings skyscrapers shopping plazas, fantastic promises huge golf course, artificial ski slopes, glass dome-capped beach, equestrian pathways, sculpture parks. statement issued lorain county commissioners 8 closed book those daydream visions, officially sounding death knell forhejgjcvclnnd quarries press release stated learned corp. "plans end discussion" development group called trans european securities international. groups reportedly infrequent negotiations past years, reach deal 989 acres property. announced self-imposed deadline scul 30, 2005 almost exactly ago. interim, director ron twining maintained continuing, doubt dead truly dead? arc questioning situation, saying more than meets eye when comes corporation's recent walk-out negotiations. "it still might air. scare tactic," tom adkins, whose home 244 west st. butts directly proposed site. many owners south amherst, adkins mixed feelings seemingly-defunct "if coming, move. would too busy me," no matter nffeefs me, need here. town grown... economy great big help." echoing senti-continued crowd around largo steam boiler used power machinery. 'support our troops' motto volunteers kim wheatley, jerry drove, glonn crowe, crowo middle ridge road basement, small band veterans supporting troops jn tt very tangible way. "we share special bond brothers overseas," brove, half-dozen vets undertaken all ourselves time or another. know they're people, doing things," brove legion post 118 foreign wars 1662 members glenn kraemer, bob pippert heading drive submit names military personnel co 118, 921 north lake st., 44001 ; vfw 1662, 165 cleveland ave., 44001. send what call "all life's little luxuries" soldiers stationed iraq, afghanistan, kuwait, bosnia, somalia. monday afternoon, met crowe's pack mail 300 boxes, each weighing roughly pounds. tq date, since november 2005, sent total 601 boxes various war fronts. package stuffed popcorn, canned ham, girl scout cookies, candy, socks; underwear, gum, disinfectant wipes, soup, soap, ramen, razor blades, nuts, feminine hygiene products, more. now gearing shipments america's fighting men women. easy task, having trouble identifying specific area serving abroad. eagerly inviting alt readers active servicemen
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2007-03-14|
|Date of Original||2007-03-14|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst news-times, 2007-03-14|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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