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foreclosures hit amherst - page 6 street to see improvements 3 news-times ahmrpor , i school levy failing by 11 votes provisional, absentee ballots could change outcome john lasko reporter eleven votes. it was small comfort officials the margin smaller this time, but their 5.77-mill five-year emergency operating still failed last week only according unofficial results from lorain county board of elections, received 4,191 in favor and 4,202 against. narrow loss marks fourth consecutive time voters have rejected schools' appeal for additional funds. approved new money schools 2000 general election, when they passed a 28-year, $26.31 look ahead an easter egg hunt, kids one 10 years old, will be held saturday, march is at manor retirement community, 175 n. lake st. 2-3:30 p.m. refreshments provided parents may take pictures with bunny. oberlin based choral spectrum continues 42 singing concert given on tuesday, 18 peter's united church christ, 582 st., 7:30 featured work j. s. bach's cantata 4, "christ lag todesbanden." joining vermilion high chorale. under direction ted s.williams. tickets obtained choir members or door. admission $5. further information call williams 440-669-0339. special service german presented 29 7 congregational 379 main f: r ' s cfl 8 zi gg ffi c5 o : f h . b j i: 15 million bond issue build junior make both steele nord middle school. since that election funds 2004 2,232 votes, 2005 320 2006 66 "my initial reaction disappointment," superintendent robert boynton said. "but it's not give up yet because there are provisional out there." member ron yacobozzi echoed boynton's sentiment. "i'm certainly disappointed," "i kind thought beginning we were going successful i'm optimistic we're pass levy, ml!mhhihhh!l pretty pink little girl, along rest amherst, made most winter storm dumped nearly inches snow overnight, her day playing feb. 26, after (photo lasko) fire damages taylor home firefighters battle three different jurisdictions responded side friday morning help house 393 taylbr neighbors saw smoke billowing through roof called 911 10:10 a.m., assistant chief jim wilhelm. "there heavy coming rear structure," wilhelm "shortly (the smoke) had enough ventilation opened into flames whole structure developed flames." very slim margin, counted." elections "you never want completely until all over:' begin process counting 25, must no later than 29, 25 days primary election. required certify official elec- blaze twelve two engines ladder truck. department sent rapid intervention team, including engine four firefighters. "the rit team stands bv case any our get trouble," "they go directly where extricate them." village south also helped outside parameter ventilated, accordin total 20 battled and, hours. ati containing elyria township dispatched hon april which automatic recount performed. less one-half percent vote. 11-vote 0.13 over," "so point battered arek assist other calls city received. has gone mabas, (or mutual aid box alarm system), just put ours play," wilhem "everything set system numbers alarms drop. so what did took low hazard, gives us aid." while family fire, guinea pigs dog rescued destroyed rooms hallway, as well contents inside those rooms. entire suffered extensive damage. separation, chance turn way. we'll sit wait how play's out." director jose candelario say many counted if fail, state would automatically place district fiscal caution. fact, funding problem become serious over past years, $6 dollars cuts budget. among cuts, eliminated 56 administrative, teaching support positions. busing extinguished investigations determine cause fire. trained think people departments throughout county," "due .the fact weather stuff need cleaned back in-service them started investigate." estimates caused $60,000 $20,000 home, either damaged flames. continued 2 students implemented two-mile limit imposed bussing kindergarten eighth grade. increased amount pay child participate extracurricular activities $200 $400 fee. current student drop-off pick-up procedures place, early a.m. start second third graders power's elementary ultimately fails more jobs arid eliminated, residents can expect another nov. 4 ballot. "if do tainted meat sick cows used lunches district, alqhg districts, beef part biggest recall country. wanda warford, food services said taco meat, meatballs, variety patties products processed distributed february, 2006. "it's been kept frozen warehouses now being distributed. pre-cooked product, should e. coli," warford "in event, (would) cook again kill microorganisms. knowledge, this." none ever consumed body staff amherst. u.s. agriculture ordered sunday, 17, investigates california-based slaughterhouse hallmarkwestland alleged animal abuse cows, some whom couldn't even stand. immediately known illnesses health risks ill might contain. wednesday, 20, 50 directors northeast ohio districts converged twinsburg learn details recalled beef, totals 143 pounds. stressed separated safe supplies tested disposed of. include elyria, found 1 cases filling salisbury steak recall. north ridgeville five removed.
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2008-03-12|
|Date of Original||2008-03-12|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2008-03-12|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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