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men flee after seeking medical help - page 7 pinwheels fight abuse pa amherst news-timi public ubrw i iiiivi. v dcct srad believe american stone's move to vermilimii lithonia plant may be clue fate of pievelah4 quarry pojectj , the quarries themselves have long been quiet, dormant, and flooded, facilities in south corporate offices. now, as company moves vermilion, an era local history is coming end. by jason hawk news-times reporter it's official. nearly 140 years, cleveland will no longer make their home amherst. while vacant, lake-filled pits remain tell story future generations, that harvested world-famous sandstone leaving. ceo russell ciphers confirmed news-limes last week parent stone industries has purchased 15-acrc lighting property vermilion. transaction, he said, expected completed middle may, preparations arc being made relocate october. also invested more than $1 million new sawing equipment for vermilion site, facility allow year-round fabrication, said. actual quarrying efforts since abandoned amherst, only administrative sales operations continued route 113 said dilapidated were impetus decision leave village. "these buildings very aged, they're impossible, heat. on pago 5 col.. debates penalty signs signs, everywhere there's mayor david tbylor doesn't necessarily like it. problems with don't adhere amherst's rule books prompted seek-city council's monday evening, when asked builds ing lands committee mem-, bcrs consider a $50 fine signage law violators. routinely receives complaints from both residents upset about "clutter," residents: who want regulated. "we can't it ways. we're either going it, let stick, clutter up tho city, or do something it," his philosophy did not sit well crosse road resident sobiski, called laws breach free speech rights, b n g o ; . .nil 3 c k t r d popular game returns tonight raise funds comets teams long, hard drought bingo fans. but now time grab those cards markers, because weekly games at nord school are ready resume tonight. first months, athletic boosters host regular benefit sports teams. "we've seen lot interest people wanting confirm again," president jeffrey weir. "they're loyal come back." program experienced temporary hiccup longtime volunteer reggie dick retired. past three scrambling fill her large shoes. weir lined 15 20 volunteers staff facilities, kitchen, two-hour shifts, five individuals signing one-year commitments take dick's duties. every wednesday 6:30 10 8 g-force rocks girls wow tv, radio hosts live sets aside, josie pussycats. another all-gul "band town. young students emily, hannah, olivia gendics o-forcc: family revue, taking greater area storm. oh good. really march, appeared wilde fee morning drive-time show cleveland's q104, played set. they talked namesake personalities rebecca allan fee, even met special guest brett butler 1993 sitcom "grace under fire," was studio. "it bunch fun exciting. we shy, then fine," 9, oldest llllslllllllllll olivia, emily know how rock house g-force. petition drive aims fix funding constitutional tweak thousands signatures necessary change way politicians columbus business. education groups all over state hoping place issue nov, 6 ballot, calling amendment ohio's constitution. would voters formula, action which legislators refused though ohio supreme court ruled current system unconstitutional four times 1991. "the schools intended to: reduce share increase funding. establish two commissions monitor report findings elected officials. board define per capita cost "high-quality education." exempt taxes $40,000 valuation senior citizens. funded portion responsibility owners. that's best fund education. need responsible," scott pecze, teachers association. month, agreed participate "getting right future" campaign. our goal gain one sig nature child district," district spokesman greg ring. between april 23 june 1, here attempt collect 4,400 signatures. total 402,000 required aug. appear ballot. kick off meeting p.m, junior high cafetorium. superintendent robert boynton address problem talk its possible effects system. pecze hopes fixing formula att intiin sanlllltes office reminded comploto return news-tlmss candidate survey lator today p.m. any questions urged call (440) 935-4011. responses bo printed 2 edition nows-tlmes. eiparts tips lam ani gardan giro spring get growing. today's nows-tlmos, you find annual rovlew gardening tips. export lawn garden merchants your supply needs. check section newspaper.
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2007-04-18|
|Date of Original||2007-04-18|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst news-times, 2007-04-18|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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