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comets start strong - page 5 steele grad is sports director 6 221 spring strlet amherst, ohio 44001 a look ahead the amherst exempted village school board will hold special meeting today, wednesday, april, in high media center. purpose of be student expulsion hearing, with possibility adjourn to executive session for hearing. any formal action taken open session. garden club have its april 14 at 7 p.m. beaver creek visitor's land steward jennifer hillmer from holden arboretum discuss landscaping native plants. public welcome. more information please contact lynn hollsteinat 988-8066. st. peter's united church christ spaghetti dinner "on sunday, 20, 582 st., amherst. dinners served 12:30 2:30 tickets are, $7 adults and $4.50 children four 12; under three eat free. may purchased by call ing 988-4965. carry outs available. wellington chamber commerce sponsoring first annual hot air balloon festival on friday, june american legion 518 s. main ',the include launch evening, food, entertainment southern star country band lads. looking balloonists participate, majority their expenses deferred community sponsors. invited able partic ipate rides nominal cost. are urged (440) 647-2222 as soon possible reserve spot. ; i 1 ii o firelands schools tap ring administrator chosen lead district john lasko news-times reporter search next superintendent local over. education has selected greg new replace interim maxwell shoff, who came out retirement fill vacated position. when he assumes his position later this year, responsible leading district's 225 employees 2,020 students. received good news president dewayne becker last wednesday evening: "i'm real excited," said. "it looks like great opportunity go serve residents joseph catholic medline miller, megan fulper, aneesa radcliffe portray cinderella, sleeping beauty, snow white drama club's presentation maybe fifth time levy fails votes; automatic recount lorain county elections certified official results march 4 primary election thursday, margin schools' emergency had narrowed, chances might eventually pass. night, unofficial showed 5.77-mill failing 11 votes before absentee provisional ballots were counted. after finished counting 481 ballots, five-year operating ended-up only votes. according elections, 4,435 tax "now lot influence what program direct kind experiences that kids need grow up successful life." . we some challenges, but i'm confident can take higher level." started career teacher fort-frye district, located ohio. then spent seven years principal within belpre city locat fractured fables 4,439 against levy. because was less than one-half one percent, conducted an monday. confirmed failed fourth time, state automatically place fiscal caution, where now over districts finances. "of course it's very disappointing, valerie neidert "it's disappointing close to' not yes no." robert boynton echoed neidort's sentiment. "sometimes it would easier if went down 400 wouldn't hard ed near marietta, washington county. there, made journey north 'the five nord middle school. the, current educational services board's "fractured fairytales." about 45 sixth-, seventh-, eighth-grade students participated this, school's eighth production. you lose votes, other hand, positive side we've progress," said; "eventually passed community, so just matter appreciate all work our parents members put campaign. progress, didn't get hump yet." means still impose two-mile limit bussing kindergarten through grade. $400 pay-to-play fee currently shelling participate extracurricular activities continue. drop-off pick-up procedures remain place, along early 7:30 a.m. second- third-graders powers elementary administrative offices. contract expires july 3 begin aug. 1. "i hope use my vacation here which enable me check things there see lay little bit better," offered three-year contract. "we're pleased actually him come into schools," "he bring something add curriculum accounts, think going leader." said plans hit ground running tackle continued "when lost us hopeful enough push top," "what do together people worked campaign talk them debriefing campaign." tuesday 4, amherst's 12 voting precincts voted precinct 3-b 22 3-c 20 4-a 60 4-c 70 lorain, two lorain's 19 4-f 36 "we lifecare, coffee coming park ave. herb de la porte, owner elyria-based lifecare ambulance service big store 7,400 square foot vacant building downtown porte 254 months ago nearly $50,000. hired architect mark lesner draw-up blue prints 6,600 facility, built up. once housed rich's autobody, completely torn make way station. station occupy east shop west "as demolition, we're saving bricks cleaning up, " dave williams, sandstone joint directors "the used reconstruction facade. accents forth capstones stuff around windows sandstone." 2 charm confirms loss analysis th,e voting," "after done that, question back ballot ballot?" fact, funding problem become severe past years, total $6 million cuts budget. among, those cuts, eliminated 56 administrative, teaching support positions throughout district. since voters approved 28-year, $26.31 bond issue build junior improvements both school, rejected additional levies 2004 2,232
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2008-04-09|
|Date of Original||2008-04-09|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2008-04-09|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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