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story m. amherst news-times a look ahead the public library is having fine forgiveness week now through saturday, june 27. those with overdue items can return them canned or boxed (non-perishable) goods and will be waived. for pre-existing fines, waive $1 every food item brought in. all donated to ; county cupboard. call j at 988-4280 ' more information. cheer clinic held this year on aug. 10, 11, 12, from 9:30 a.m. 2 p.m. participants must entering kindergarten sixth grade. open first 150 register. information registration packets , available after may 26, in junior high school offices. cost of $40. forms payment are due by 19. contact kristi wheatley 988-0324, vfw post 1662 amherican legion 11 8 golf league putting i steak fry vfw, 165 cleveland ave., si rrvt-i r nckeis 3iz anu v include steak, potato, salad, roll butter. dinner served 5 until tickets 988-8102 see any member league. event public. lifeshare . community blood servies sponsoring drive thursday, july 16 about donating make an appointment 1-866-644-5433. downloaded web site www.lifeshare.ee. anyone age who would like donate should bring signed release form that day. e o - t lis c '2? h 6 director objects governor's budget plan john lasko reporter ! executive robin wood crying foul over how governor ted strickland's proposed offset 'state's $3.2 billion deficit affect both their patrons. news conference last friday, strickland cut nearly $227.3 million state libraryfunding two period. seventy percent libraries throughout lncluding.amherst children ages sit ly librarian lisa stanley as she reads variety books during library's weekly storytime session monday. page ooi f (f ft south begins north lake street resurfacing project one roadway beginning stages getting 'major facelift thanks funds lage received m torm ot issue grant interest-free loan ohio works commission (pwc) columbus. monday, 8, construction crews cross roads asphalt recycling columbia station began process tearing up old between rt. 113 missionary baptist church near oakdale drive. "we knew road was bad shape we just put it off because had different projects were water line finally said well lets go if get do work which came us," mayor ron schmitz said. $258,984 reconstruction expected completed rely heavily funding pay such things employee salaries benefits, utilities, maintenance," material costs books, magazines, cds, dvds computers. money also goes towards paying services geared children, teenagers adults summer reading program, sessions resume writing workshops. "it's devastating learn eight days before supposedly going to" happen no warning whatsoever idea torytime listen diligent vil drivers wait oncoming traffic pass attempting travel northbound. (photo lasko) within next 35 days. tackling phases," he said., "phase deal reconstructing sidewalk phase two, tq resurface street." week, removing northbound side roadway. constructing new extend continued coming" "i don't understand why libraries." legislature end current fiscal tuesday, 30, stand lose its total starting very addition 20 reduction here other across already facing result state's declining general revenue fund. "amherst has been able fun photos. even photds not published newspaper, visit www.theamherstnewstimes.com click big blue button. (photos g poppitlq route city council members have given david taylor green light enter contractual agreement department transportation (odot) widen east- westbound exit ramps leading leavitt (route 58). slated begin june, 2010 $1.5 picking none tab. they choose upgrade signals stationed these interchanges. "say instance bid out spec lights want something little bit better," difference what know yet." according odot district 3 spokesman brian stacey, entail widening west bound absorb hit without making cuts we've pretty good stewards been, reductions behind scenes," won't continue anymore." year, budgeted receive $840,000 state. becomes reality, only half amount $420,000. "here amherst, people coming use our free speed internet access help lorain cyclist killed crash sunday officers police currently investigating left man dead another woman injured. sunday, 21, around 11:52 a.m., dispatch several calls residents passing motorists car accident involving motorcycle taken place intersection walnut witnesses described chain events happened minutes fatal occurred. lieutenant joseph kucirek, 2007 suzuki driven 40-year-old robert s. gonzalez lorain, traveling southbound lane road. signal avenue turned green, stated accelerated down rate speed. meanwhile, 2003 chevrolet cavalier 18-year-old erica steele stopped stop sign waiting turn leavitt. "as made hand turn, struck fender her vehicle, ejecting him widened employment searches," teens programs turning lifeline difficult economic times." some forced impose patrons reducing operating hours 60 cutting staff materials, along provides charge. additionally, his way plans 9 troopers investigate, deadly crash. motorcycle," joe kucirek wearing helmet time lifecare paramedics transported hospital where later pronounced dead. coroner dr. paul matus, died skull fracture. suffered minor injuries health partners treated released. "the significant damage vehicle moderate damage," "both vehicles towed secured further processing." remains under investigation. 58 resurfaced sexit ramp 2010. enough provide dual right lanes. means various modifications better accommodate merging traffic. east feature exclusive lane. "right we're still trying figure exactly maintenance hew
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2009-06-24|
|Date of Original||2009-06-24|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst news-times, 2009-06-24|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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