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u playoff m fod fails jijjbu-aj-jjijjljl-j-mijbjjj nil itt ' ---p-fp- tlv---r f . ----- .... .u. ...... .. - -- wiml.ta.mwm amherst nev i going to regionals pago3b mi me plasltozoinie glome dbdsfl ullds fob1 holm ghoo'e? the brownhelm historical association will meet at 7 p.m. on wednesday, nov. 3, carriage barn mill hollow. following business meeting, program be a presentation by col. matt nahorn about "what is watershed:' focusing beaver creek watershed." jason hawk friends of public library are sponsoring steele high school's barbershop quartet night thursday, 4, nordson depot, 671 franklin ave. include talented singers and refreshments. hosting their semi-annual book sale saturday, 6, from 10 a.m. 5 sunday, 7, 1-5 preview for held friday, 5, 2:30-4:30 see page 3 details. lwa,rfwijmhaitomtomiiiiiu what was life like ., people ; homefront during world war ii? learn reminisce time period tuesday, 9, library's community room. jim smith lorain county society present his "suitcase museum" it home ii. second annual bill brown memorial bash 13, eagles, 1161 milan our complete bulletin board 3. send news items to: newstheoberlinnews.co or p.o. box 67, amherst. news-times reporter groundswdl support an recreation center j similar oberlin's spiashzone aquatic exercise facility prompted school officials forge partnership last week. over next 90 days, schools metroparks examine whether feasible join forces raise funds build complex. idea rose two surveys numerous forump past 1 8 months, superintendent steven sayers said. 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'', '1 r" 02 epa c5"h .wg s 2 r 89 ii ( cassidy decarlo clowns around marley looks adventure skies costumed as aviator amelia earhart. girls were part halloween parade sunday. more event, 2. overpass concerns railroad officials: rusted out bridges structurally sound reportedly too concerned rust holes pucker steel beams supporting five overpasses, mid-october visit lasted only couple hours, three representatives norfolk & southern's atlanta headquarters toured overpasses. they didn't identify single safety issue. integrity wasn't any way compromised," mayor david tayloi) all intents purposes safe." analysis which official inspection runs contrary fears voiced several city council members shape overpasses wards. also flies face complaints cars have been hit debris falling tracks, according police. avenue bridge, sunlight could easily seen streaming through ranging nickel-to fist-sized. hand run lightly along abuttment wall enough crumble away chunks concrete than century old. councilmen glenn loughrie phil van treuren both consider hazardous. leaders complained eyesores, but company has refused clean them up. limited structural repairs made this summer, however. amherst, offered allow n funding antel: expect $2.7m deficit june 2014 chools operating money four years need convince voters pass levy avoid making deep cuts. deliv ered week treasurer shirley antel, who predicting $2.7 million bud get shortfall 2014. amount double $7.4 2015, she "it's crucial we renew emergency do something find income," antel told news-times. strongly recommends adding one already books, had considered "only band aid" when passed 2008. ohio auditor mary taylor summer reason staying afloat now. scheduled expire brace tough times road ahead littered with other financial pitfalls. it's no secret state wrestling its own cash flow problems, recent that's meant slashed education budgets. problem, because gets 46 percent state. biennial budget released june, chances legislators take even money. local without economic stimulus president obama, year pumped unexpected $1.1 into district budget. year, one-time-only $807,000 shot another federal program, jobs fund, aims save thousands teachers country being laid off. once money's gone, gone good. foreclosures aren't helping either there's new construction pushing tax dollars property valuations declined six eight since recession started. same time, stop inflation, forcing gas, electric, heating, necessary costs increase. controlling spending steve flat grew $6, 82 less two-tenths percent. "we feel we're expenditures, you know, revenue side," antel's projections routine five-year plan submitted thursday. her numbers based best information now, number factors chief among change entire game. "i look forecast living document. can almost daily," control costs, agreed wage freeze joined health 5a printed early afternoon each election day exception. scheduling press delivery systems operate. means week's edition does carry results bond issue, firelands levy, races impact readers. apologize delay. however, printing deadline give us ability intimate coming issues voting trends. readers in-depth coverage meantime, please pur facebook weigh election. may use reader feedback 11
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2010-11-03|
|Date of Original||2010-11-03|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2010-11-03 91 44|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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