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contracts finally settled - page 5 amherst r jl1! in. c s 221 springs-amherst, c!"t teletech needs parking 10 ivpws- a look ahead special school days story time will be held on tuesday, aug. 19, at 10:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. the program is aimed children entering preschool, kindergarten, first grade, but everyone welcome. 23, 2008, fundraising auction in grange building historical society, 763 milan avenue. proceeds benefit fund to help society with many projects planned for village. donate items auction, please call the.amherst 988-7255 arrange have picked-up. heritage house 439 shupe ave., an open tour saturday, from 1 3 theme political. displays center around life times of four-time mayor clarence cooper. display also feature political campaign button collection mr. leroy kubuske. this event free. anna gaydosh 988-2325 more information. firelands book group gearing up another great season reading they are looking new members join their group. sponsored by public library who attends september's meeting receive copy october's selections. next take place thursday, sept. 4 7 p.m., high 10643 vermilion rd which just south state route 113. information, contact 988-4230 or e-mail melanie presler devop netscape.net. alumni not registered vote need absentee ballot request prior heading back college invited see mrs. stack school. she has voter registration forms. deadline register nov. general election monday, oct. 6. i pi! f bll mb-! so " boe places john lasko news-times reporter it's official. yet attempt get district out fiscal caution, augt 4., board education unanimously .approved second resolution five-year emergency operating levy november ballot. asking community 6.9 mill levy, after four previous failed attempts do very same thing. "we're critical juncture financially as district. we're literally point where our backs wall," superintendent steve sayers told last week. 2008 traster try 58th seat it battle terries both vying chance become representative includes parts lorain, huron seneca counties. construction supervisor first-term councilman-at-large face off against republican challenger terry boose fall. replaces former county probate judge thomas heydinger norwalk was appointed democratic caucus april finish matthew barrett's two year term. 68-year-old decided run citing "emerging health problems," announcing his decision wednesday, july 9. medical opens facility promises adults needed men-tal'help faster. regional sandusky opened counseling recovery behavioral services site lorain 315 north leayitt road, psychologist, therapists case managers provide complete range out-patient in-patient mental services. dawn kroh, director center, said were opening this, because over years 1995 revenue when passed." if expected raise $4 million annually schools. owner $100,000 home can expect pay additional $211.28 per property taxes $150,000 would $316.99 annually. "we don't view extra money," said. money prevent further reductions we had make them, i'm afraid excellent rating could jeopardized." fail november, warns higher amount millage go may. again year, $3 mil "when saw (boose) (amherst old jamboree) parade, did any democrats there running him," prompted 'mail resume ohio continued seen build area. however since city small really enough real estate order accommodate large full-time facility, amherst. clinic centrally located handle all patients oberlin, wellington areas," kroh news-times. such child family attention deficit hyperactivity disorder adhd, diagnostic assessment services, treatment anxiety, depression behavior prob mills lion dollars eliminated budget. "that mean class sizes significantly unknown academic extracurricular programs cut," then placed mercy state. "if end passing may, wouldn't until 2010," 5.9 2004 2,232 votes, 50 teaching administrative positions, imposed two-mile limit bussing early 7:30 start third future comet cheerleaders girls ages part cheerleading put steele outside power's elementary thursday afternoon.'(photo lasko) lems, along martial psychiatric evaluations, psychological testing, hotline crisis staff psychologist michael hottois nearly 12 experience dealing adult psychiatry. "he certified psychiatry, adolescent forensic psychiatry addiction psychiatry," caseload does come existing center. about 25 clients doors 1," five ther- graders powers school, increased pay-to-play fee $200 $400 cut expenses. he added obligation parents best possible most cost efficient way. understand these tough economic times, however, only way obtaining funding," alternative necessary funding, happy explore it.". approximately percent budget comes funds other support. chuck winiarski once spearhead cam sure fair tab inside edition information acts, exhibits, schedules. paign. last. already had; nearly, board, willing everything literature, making telephone calls, campaign-, ing door-to-door, placing signs residents, front yards. "a lot people each and! (sayers) time," 'begins august 27, winiarski's daughter sixth grade at, nord middle while still believes value education, know how much takes smoothly. "i'm comfortable 6
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2008-08-13|
|Date of Original||2008-08-13|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst news-times, 2008-08-13|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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