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streak . .... ts' ' 1 h pago ib :ix amherst news-time purple ribbons pago7a ft '. , ; jriiff'v " vfw post 1662, located at 165 cleveland ave., will have a halloween porterhouse steak fry on friday, oct. 29, from 5-8 p.m. there also be entertainment tom todd the one-man band 7-11 tickets are $12 each. for or information, call (440) 988-8102. t. people ages 21 and over held saturday, 30, 5:30-8 st. joseph church social hall. music 9-11 $20 each may purchased firefighters by calling 988-4117. beer pop included. prizes awarded best costumes. it. parade 4-5 sunday, oct 31. registration -annual costume contest start 3 san springs building, 480 park ave. event is sponsored fire department. trick-or-treating 6-7 remember to wear light-colored reflective clothing proper adult supervision. residents who wish pass out candy should leave front porch lights on. students steele leo club collect unwanted used eyeglasses 31 parade-watchers asked bring any give it members as they walk route with collection baskets. collected donated student volunteers optometric services humanity ohio state university. see our complete bulletin board page 3. send news items to: i, newstheoberlinnews.co ti m p.o. box 67, amherst. vesb m&m uu. edlahuu! voters weigh in 1.16-mill library expansion plan "frr .vv tvv- rv ;kv vvj j - ...... a... -.. 'w artists' renderings of expanded show busy campus. entrance marked tower modeled after design city two-floor building would nearly double size overcrowded facility. facebook feedback iv we friends how feel about public bond issue nov. 2 ballot. here's what had say levy: michael figueroa "i think it's great idea. has always been wonderful asset community an can only good thing. where else you get unlimited access books, movies, magazines, newspapers, internet, somewhere quiet go relax just under $6 month?" lynn kapron gotsis hope passes this time. need major update." sharon updegrove so much library. growing bigger please vote it!" tanya knoble don't live amherst, but why ones pay? isn't way that rest us use pay somehow? maybe yearly charge card? if doesn't something else. saying!" supporters pushing hard change voters' minds jason hawk news-times reporter signs miss. recent weeks, more than 800 supporting library's joined hundreds others dotting amherst's tree lawns. proponents sent 2,000 letters prospective voters, put literature restaurant tables across city, weekend began putting 5,000 door hangers. their goal: convince levy necessary those were not convinced when same question was them special february election. failed then seven percent margin. time around, advo cates emphasizing larger allow fill incredible demand materials services. last year alone, 235,000 visited 291,000 checked out. almost 23,000 attended free programs librarians space premium cramped many elsewhere city. can't even new books shelves without having remove some make room. meet needs, architect dan meehan drafted plans addition interior layout includes few walls, workers easily rearrange work spaces changing continued 7a director robin wood agree raise one tax? libraries different category other taxes. direct positive impact your community, while big portions income taxes property state. library, know exactly doing." someone does services? challenge come check we're book repository more. evolving needs communities, seeing now ever." offer books? "we forms during tax season, deliver nursing homes, homebound, daycare centers, unbelievable genealogy resources historical records, inter-library loans, crafts, dvds, newspaper archives, reading programs, name do more." current not? tai chi program week 40 attending. no move main street center. enough full, getting means take another away made decision month rid vhs because, desperate space. school firelands asks 4.01 mills prevent busing, staff cuts fear greg ring's voice he talked all that's stake election day. superintendent schools, he's wary swing tuesday posed -mill operating district. asking help avoid $1 19,000 deficit end 2012 $2.6 million shortfall 2013. "it never cheaper. here out, ballot again because pass, millage district higher." ring "classes wijl affected learning pass," said. "we've doing well, success stories. commu-' nity's keep going." generate $1.2 district, which already lowest burden system lorain county. passed, staffing, everyday supplies like pencils, paper, forestall possible pay-to-play sports, holdouts county parents pay-to-par 8a q o : !: l 5 ps 6 e r- tj )z ) i: 9 council clovekvaie joes saved officials ink deal plant won staggering economic victory monday night inking create 452 full-time factory jobs. agreement not. keeps clovervale farms closing its cooper foster road doors possibility scared local leaders makes sure running next eight years. "there's risk us. win. keeping jobs here, 450 thrilled," said mayor david taylor, negotiated consultant pierre foods, cincinnati-based owner clovervale. pre-plated lunches frozen foods hospitals, military bases nation. months,- company considering plant, 101 employees work, moving operations carolinas. instead, close south consolidate line here. expected 4b skeleton stampede c t i .. v till j1 k 'ai '''..". f u r tv ... hi' an- mis ( photos runners sprint starting sunday morning annual 5k run high school. race 600 participants, including riley falk, gabby qualich, halle wacuh, wore custumes. event, 4b.
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2010-10-27|
|Date of Original||2010-10-27|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2010-10-27 91 43|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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