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three sign college deal - page 9 is someone in your yard? 3 amherst news amhef 221 spring blhllt amherst, ohio 44001 jl m l laykl school board takes first step toward march levy by john lasko news-time reporter after failing the past operating levies, of education last week passed two resolutions to put a five-year emergency on ballot this avoid looming financial deficit. order for gauge just how much support they have levy, held community forum nov. 7, where about 50 parents recommended move forward with request. superintendent robert boynton, 29-year veteran city schools, hopes fourth time's charm. "once we permanent improvement november 65 percent vote, which did not increase property taxes, decided short window that would take shot at it and see if can get oper ating passed," he said. took monday, approving four scenarios amounts district could collect each year proposed were $3,337,312, $3,300,000, $3,250,000, or $3,200,000. president ron yacobozzi was present meeting. will now be up treasurer shirley antel county auditor, who then determine amount millagc needed each. while boynton feels values children are getting quality said, "the hasn't new millage since 1995. don't pass additional money, can't keep going things change." january, 2006 budget slashed $6.4 million; resulted elimination numerous after- programs imposed two-mile limit busing. decides voters, schools start collecting money until 2009. extra stable address main concerns have. those busing; early 7:30 a.m. time second third continued from 2 holiday happenings kids shop secret women's league invites come saturday, dec. 1, their annual santa's nordson depot franklin street p.m. atmosphere purchase gift items reasonable prices. proceeds sale benefit club's scholarship fund other projects. sunday christmas historical society in. village sunday, sandstone located 763 milan avenue, 2-5 santa ready his picture taken children, model railroading men trains display grangeschoolhouse. refreshments served both locations. 4 p.m., there an old-fashioned caroling session led norman miller mary organ st. george chapel. event free open all. call 988-7255 more information. cookies, stories too sessions cookie storytime public library. enjoy books baking theme during special storytime. offered tuesday, 4,. 11:15 evening 6:30 everyone welcome. as always, no registration required. :' i g 1 j n gwn r s ! z- t o f powers pioneer days hit bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbflk"! 3bhbbbbbb1 bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb ' sbbbbhi bbbbbbbbhl . hbbbbhbkbhhbh graders elementary tuesday games crafts enjoyed. even dressed traditional clothing. below, students lisa jeskie's class pose camera garb. pictures 8. (photos lasko) bjjjwbw'ibbpiwr '-'fismlbrqbbbbbbhbbbbbbhbbbbbbbbbl r. wlbbbbbbflbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbv bhhiibw mr si jt sbhbbbnlbhbbflrbbblbwbb bf hmjjjjcjt bhbbv hsfes jfc. jggjjjjjwpbmjfv' -w'jt jf ml kmimmtikb'fkuhstk- tjabmbtfbbtes0 -"" -:b1bbbhb1bmi bbbbbbbbhmbbbhblbiiranll' ihwlbbll bmbii idbwmbwbmlbfflhbh ibbh bbbbbbbb bbbbbbsbbbbbbbbibbbbbbbhbffpilbk lbblpbibvflblbllw rsf :bbrljflhbbhbbbi car dealership owner chases burglar news-times michigan man calling lorain jail home breaking into stealing thousands dollars worth electronic equipment tools sliman's dodge township. incident occurred afternoon, 18. deputy james clotz sheriff's department told 2:30 paul sliman responding receiving alarm company. when arrived, found black 2008 charger, plates, service garage one windows broken out. immediately dialed 911 let deputies know may still inside. shortly hanging dispatchers, observed male, later identified jason arthur smith, 33, westland, mich., driving away down elyria avenue. followed smith's vehicle speeds, said reached 80 miles per hour. discovered smith had stolen charger residence blackman township, license plate obtained another ann arbor, mich. same time, joshua croston, way work monitoring scanner traffic, heard entering learned operated fled area seen north cleveland avenue amherst. traveling area, croston unoccupied, between trees extensive front end damage striking utility pole, snapping half outside 620 s. st., causing nearly 100 households lose power. sliman, chased yelling bailed foot, running west woods near ravine. ordered stop alerted eight location. arrested without incident, transported health partners complaining 12 ,4
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2007-11-28|
|Date of Original||2007-11-28|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst news-times, 2007-11-28|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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