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t comets remain perfect - page 6 skeleton run is oct. 26 1 0 amherst news-times l iook qotf i mm m jp u- ell ifejclu the 2008 family fellowship harvest party a day for and friends to come together crafts, games, hayrides, outdoor activities, dinner. this free with be held on saturday, 25 from 5-7 p.m. at foursquare church, 780 cooper foster park road. doors will open 4:30 begin 5 "name calling," program how streets got their names presented thursday, 23 7 main street community center avenue. speaker leader valerie gerstenberger heritage house program. anyone who knows history behind name of invited bring it event. more information contact anna gaydosh 988-2325. light refreshments served. st. peter united church christ having its annual octoberfest dinner sunday, 19 12:30 until 2:30 in hall 582 church-st. tickets are $8 adults $5 children (6-12). menu includes homemade sauerkraut, mashed potatoes, corn, applesauce, pies, breads beverages. all must purchased advance. call office 988-4965 reservations. no sold door. city conduct bulk item pickups during remainder year week's starting 13, nov. 10 dec. 8. following items picked up curbside pickup that week: household furniture, carpeting, tables, swing sets, television refrigerators freezers removed freon removed, window air conditioning units dehumid-ifiers washers dryers. identity theft can scary. lean prevent by officer richard resendez lorain county sheriffs department, wednesday, 29 building 255 avenue downtown amherst. prpgram sponsored public library. sec r b c scan e g o ler's home protected land conservancy preserve shupe homestead western reserve has permanently two properties totaling 66 acres county, including tract originally owned amherst's first settler farm adjacent where fossilized mastodon was unearthed 19th century. amherst, historic homestead, william, diane matthew nahom, preserved through donation conservation easement, according andrew mcdowell, director conservancy's firelands field office. 15-acre property trace back 1816, when jacob shupe, banks beaver creek. designated as historical landmark listed ohio inventory properties, contains critical flood-plain forest older growth forest, plays an important role maintaining water quality house, constructed 1827 greek revival style, still used residence, oldest frame nahorn lives his parents settled shupe. built 1827. (photo john lasko) well landmark. nahorns hope coming years. effort local educate others about it, founded new indian ridge museum section house. "we so pleased historically-significant now perpetuity future generations enjoy," continued 8 tax abatements hurt schools lasko reporter superintendent steve sayers treasurer shirley antel questioning fairness legality unanimously passed council 2006. abatement, covering 355 homes reinvestment area lorain's west side, cost school district between $500,000 $600,000 lost real estate revenue each year. "at heart matter question: granted did they appropriately involve district?" said. "the board taking steps determine our options recent supreme court decision related not address process, only narrow procedural matter." currently working auditor mark stewart mayor tony krasienko solve abatement issue. just want do what fair entire community," created former craig fulton's administration 2 joe kahl co-owner newly-opened aladdin's eatery 2261 proves hot spot location let's band steele high marching came second place nordonia competition among 13 bands 4, next north royalton four points. then traveled revere (14 bands) took division. also awarded best music, general effect announced invitational grand champion. stephen monath amanda rubino, drum majors, show off trophies. (submitted photo) service, specialty foods dishes those special diets owners say make restaurant success. officially opened 26th store last friday rd., which formally housed sal & al's diner. said he decided becoming part franchise operation after wife's cousin lakewood 1994. "what makes different success we serve lebanese-american food, 99 percent food made fresh here daily; it's very, very healthy preservatives trans fats cater lot needs diets. have vegetarian served nice, casual sit-down atmosphere," chose because up-and-coming community. didn't pick spot. good us looking demographic traffic counts, population median income studies looked big box stores being around corner growing," "avon, live, out, plus if were find space avon area, would too close crocker park, wouldn't steal business one election 2008: voter guide issue non-partisan major presidential, congressional, judicial candidates issues appearing ballot inserted today. guide, compiled league women voters oberlin ohio, presents answers given questions asked league. printed exactly received, giving readers chance own conclusions. addition, arguments against five state without bias, language clearly explained. directed specif ic websites both information. inform residents possible support individuals, non-profit foundations, newspapers containing insert, additional copies obtained pub lic libraries county. voters, nonpartisan political organization, encourages informed active participation government, works increase understanding policy issues, influences education advocacy.
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2008-10-15|
|Date of Original||2008-10-15|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst news-times, 2008-10-15|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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