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ladies win 14-inning duel - page amherst news-time stumphauzer resigns 3 n above, workers from b&b excavation successfully move the bridge approximately 25 feet off its supports yesterday morning. at right, mayor david taylor expresses frustration when same process is canceled by railroad officials last week. after week of stalled efforts, gets permission to begin demolition jason hawk news-times reporter in clumps four and five, dozens bystanders waited tuesday afternoon sec spectacle they've been promised for years: destruction jackson street bridge. it never happened. yet another fitting chapter oft-delayed project, bureaucracy trumped progress as wore on. finally, a later, their hopes arc being realized have granted norfolk & southern proceed with efforts. continued on pago 14 mlm m driver killed l crash bauinncni passenger survives minor injuries few details released concerning cause sunday evening that 35-year-old south man sent his hospital, joseph w. griscz, 8098 rice rd., was pronounced dead shortly 7 p.m., firefighters found 2005 dodge viper mangled around tree daumhart road, just middle ridge road intersection. griscz allegedly lost control vehicle went right side roadway, according report elyria post ohio state highway patrol. remains unknown whether alcohol or drugs played role accident. stated using scat belt time crash. neighbor, justin t. miller, 8086 amherst, also wearing survived miller taken community health partners lorain injuries. aunt, eileen abraham, elevator malfunction causes hospital fire cluster engines raced saturday morning thick, oily smoke started pouring through medical facility's corridors. received call about 10:30 a.m. there basement gen-crating smoke, said assistant chief jim wilhclm. crew descended into water line tow find situation not dire anticipated, he said. instead, discovered mechanical ruptured hydraulic lines one hospital's"c1cvators. "wc opened door little bit everywhere," wilhclm "there actually no oil rclcascd...it got motor smoked up real good." more than 100 gallons fluid were hallways, said, but did reach any drainage points where could contaminate rest building. mops bags an oil-control agent, sopped mess over three-hour period. however, pogoll residents chance weigh issues will opportunity cast votes some, five ballot they trek polls next tuesday: department seeking one-mill renewal levy providing maintaining equipment. increase taxes, continue generate $250,000 per yoar fivo years. wayne northolm if approved, revenue be used upgrades church station, continuing equipment updates city's volunteer firefighters. county general district replacement operating expenses. measure $4 million annually cost property owners $30.63 year $100,000 valuation, which represents annual $14.17. currently covers half budget operate clinics, vaccinations, public nursing services, mosquito suppression, education local schools. tuberculosis clinic one-tenth-mill maintain operation 9890 murray road. levy, ro-calculatlon tax would $1.44 (12 cents month) $3.06 (25.5 valuation. period, $700,000. joint vocational school ,75-mlll current superintendent bill randall raises excess $3.4 18.3 percent overall funding, five-year taxes. costs $19 portions township, some city vote 4.99-mill bond issue flrelands district. $24.6 28 years construction new high school, $13 month i candidates share views future while total 16 technically appear primary tuesday, only two them are pitted direct competition. democratic incumbent ed cowger, 46960 chal lenger glenn loughrle, 47567 vie council's second ward chair. all other automatically green-lighted nov. 6 election. cowger councilman 10 two, lived specifically 35 further, am proud student exempted village district, graduated marion l. steele 1984, attended college. during my tenure council, had pleasure serving finance chairman past six years, council sergeant arms, presently president pro tern, having elected this position fellow members. believe we couple facing extremely important time. first, wc must live within our striving ensure provide loughrle 15 i'm married children. experience collective bargaining representative usw 1104 has helped me work effectively people varied educational, social, occupational, ethnic backgrounds. experienced finding ground reaching consensus amongst diverse groups. member executive board honored represent 1,464 rank-and-file union activists largest iubor organizations northern ohio. chair political action committee serve delegate afl-cio. don't know can single out one; most keep satisfied. concerns 8 march, asked amherst. posed following questions: 1. list credentials personal information you relevant your bid office. what tho 2007 elections? considering recent developments city, vision coming do pledge order realize vision? stopgaps propose amherst's upscale suburban atmosphere spite commercial build-up, urban decay surrounding communities, vastly increased traffic? give specific examples ijow should accommodate growth preserving traditionally depleted fund, how describe yourself potential constituents? decision run office constituents' prominent concern, plan address it? candidates' answers those questions today's issue.
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2007-05-02|
|Date of Original||2007-05-02|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst news-times, 2007-05-02|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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