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puzzle makers senior night pago4b pago 2a mmmmimimmmbmmmliimi mil m hh1 i !! iu 1 ii r .- milll'll ,. hi .! .1. mrn'l iii ih1 w h mmmilm (iii hjnlfc, : amherst news-times wn'maaii!) misiimiii; ... 7:::::i read-ma school survey raises building questions by jason hawk reporter ml mafior retirement community is holding a appreciation day today starting at 7 p.m. and running , while supplies last. drive through to get free donut coffee. ttie event 175 north lake st. .1 vfw post 1662, located 165 cleveland ave., will have fish fry on friday, oct. 15, from 5-8 tickets are $10 each. for or information, call (440) 988-8102. . hm,y i,,,.,. an online the - schools asking res- foyming, how well they think students prepared, board decisions impact city. it also asks whether auditorium steele high recreation center would benefit people who live here. about $15 million in state funds expected be made available district 2011 build new buildings. officials turned down cash this year, ohio facilities commission spend elsewhere if isn't used soon. superintendent sayers said he's exploring different ways could used. perhaps most discussed idea right now merge shupe, powers, harris elementaries into one building. that save heating, potentially access new' school. there demand center, too. steven electric, water, other costs long run. address common concern voiced parents children moved during early grades, said. but that's only preliminary idea, he stressed. not close deciding can afford project now. its sept. 25 meeting, voted enter pre liminary planning process with feel out what built where. may require voter support. sometimes osfc requires residents match portion of funds, times does not. instance, midview middle under con struction grafton footing entire bill. wants auditoriums rec centers school, pay them, classroom spaces. pails 27-ques-tion tackle honors courses electives, foreign languages, .activity fees, ask handle respondents favor issues. arise public's input meetings continued page 6 powers elementary has teamed up penton's farm market pumpkin sale saturday, 16, 9 a.m. noon. pumpkins, straw, cornstalks, donuts, coffee, cider. corn-i stalk jungle, playpatch, midnight maze, hay rides. open public. kristin dimac-chia 864-2173 more information. lorain county yoyo club hosting workshop public library sunday, 17, 3 join jake willis, local yo-yo master president, as teaches easy advanced tricks. attendees take their own yo-yos just stop learn upcoming activities. infcmation club, check them sites.google.comsiteloco yoyoclub. sponsored library's youth services department. 221 spring street downtown amherst. see our complete bulletin 3. send news items to: ' newstheoberlinnews.co ir p.o. box 67, q-o j s n 5 tr5 2 wrw c " wo do o ,-,4.- i.vlj. t 4t iinaa eaaw mm mmt m& kit ri ". v.. i. sunlight shows rusty pockets ancient steel girders milan' avenue railroad bridge 1912. some spots, corroded metal flaking away beams. others, thick red dust. hand run along concrete wall underpass enough dislodge chunks rock. "this good," city councilman glenn loughrie thursday, showing says dangerous conditions norfolk & southern's property. five underpasses throughout amherst, pleading engineers make repairs clean up. late september, mayor david taylor sent letter all manner problems, falling rocks supports. asked southern paint bridges. so far, there's been no answer. "we're spending millions dollars revitalize downtown, these bridges eyesore," .... chasing after railway company maintain property seven years. each gets same response: money improving safety, cosmetics. over summer, workers did repair crumbling walls certain tried prevent debris hitting pedestrians cars travel underneath. ; police chief lonnie dillon objects -1 k v. a. -v f (f .v t1 council church use empty e(tm space worship hesitation, unanimously monday allow fresh wind move ktm america warehouse milan avenue. decision mean lease 1,000 square feet ailing motorcycle parts manufacturer, sets precedent allowing any place doors industrial zones. had previously allowed amherst's zoning codes. treasurer bill moyers his group apply occupancy permit, goes first held 10 nov. 7. volunteers ready begin updates nside prepare worship. coming weeks, painted, carpeted, cleaned. "everybody's really excited. we've cramped on," pastor tim holt. church's current home near former ford assembly plant baumhart road doesn't room congregation 120. holt hold double number. location provide perfect chance reach teenagers nearby, become distribution operation christmas child, which allows shoe boxes filled gifts poorest areas globe. 8 girls ajhs crossing guards lovl via- p-- tall! ;-i ?' wm4 photo lauren reed ally kamody morning helping safe crossings. cold fall drizzle chilled bones last week didn't bother kamody. donning reflective orange vests bearing handheld signs, seventh grade spent wednesday smiling escorted fourth graders across south street. time heading sidewalks prime commuting time, between 7:30 busiest routes. reed, 13, kamody, 12, watch every drivers speed straight a's 3t rz mi li ma 4 ixcaup bob kamnikar oapse president micheline krause teacher association lisa schenk, rep john bender, student stacy loushin, sayers, funder-burg celebrate district's "excellent" rating state. was year years received full marks report card, best performance ever. l"
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2010-10-13|
|Date of Original||2010-10-13|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2010-10-13 91 41|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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