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iv m c ii c, n tunnel costs are high page 2 bender settlement ok'd 1 f x is. , . 3 v- t o v j amherst news-time r r-v can peddling hours be cut? q: what do vacuum cleaner salesmen and the girl scouts have in common? a: they both end up on your doorstep at one point or another. while most residents can't wait to get their hands a few boxes of thin mints each year, many mind prospect handling peddlers, canvassers, solicitors who make rounds from door door, block block, neighbor hood neighborhood year. because city council's unanimous decision monday night revise its laws, will answer for several more day, sundays as well. "there was group that let us "know would vassing city, sub mitted cases know our existing ordi nance violates constitution," civil law assistant abraham 'licbcrman explained elected officials amherst's july 7 po lice fire committee meeting. "cthcy said) if don't 'get confirmation we arc changing ordinance, then happily take .court all sorts money put us." organization: ohio citizen action group. objection according licbcrman: solicitation too restrictive. police officers currenuy only allow busi ness until 30 minutes after sunset, prohibit sunday ac tivities, but newly proposed rules door-to-door hit-ups continue nine o'clock every night, year round regardless lighting conditions. provision left sour taste mouth ward three coun cil steve p'simcr, voted against sending measure floor council citing safely concerns. "i'm not happy with canvassing going dark, especially when school is session," he said. concerned about safety residents. i just them challenge it me." licbcrman said eyes possible lawsuit, such objections overruled order provide freedoms solicitors. 'the problem uie su prcme court having stop dark restrictive," told p'simcr. "the whole idea find somebody home. ..you could it, you lose state ment saying uncon stitutional, paying other side's legal fees penalties." licbcrman, advisors took an endorsed by oca "doctored bit" fit am herst's needs. "we're comfortable this particular ordinance sur vive challenge," chief lonnie dil lon com fortable stronger guidelines included stif fen permit his department stringently control which indivi duals ore granted permission assume dopr-to-door activities. canvassers aren't peo plo want coming door," council. "we've already had turn down summer found criminal war rants out" developer tom oster asks finally give green light controversial northpolnte estates se nior condo project building lands commltteo mooting. osier's preliminary plans were ap proved 6-1 vote, land has yet rezoned commercial residential property. members sandstone theater follow vintage car forest street 30th old towne jamboree parade sunday. below, president john 'shorty" diet- near like that, gone. without warning, low pressure system dump ing bucket-sized drops rain wakcman shifted directions 12:15 p.m. lost thursday threw lorain county appeared twister across north side, buffeting local residences 70 mph winds befotc skipping sky toward lorain. early reports miss: fighters radio sources indi cated meteorologists later classified mere tomadic funnels touched obcrlin road, those accounts discarded storm's aftermath. phenomenon never, actually made contact ground defining characteristic tornado never one. wayne nurtheim, tor nadic super cell travelled eas oks l plan rt. 58 road jason hawk nows-timos reporter council: 4, developers: 1. fighting opposi tion since february build thwarted four limes, embattled lorain-bascd didn't ex actly wish, some closure approve northpointc planned community dodge drive. gave last opportunity plead case before opting him thumbs discussion. republican at- love rich wife, barbara, ride very mo car, new london twirling cats ba ton might hope miniature water tower they're following holds quench skips over terly path along cooper foster park again almost peacefully. "thankfully there no damage done here city," news-times, 20 disap peared eastern horizon. touchdown here, firefighters did see funnel passed into lorain," that's wi;nesses claimed set plaza large nick brusky pitted himself reps unanimously week consider issue commit tee also giving consent homeowner debbie schneider, royal drive resident represented community's concerns cil. although present 14 meeting, jennifer wasilk schneider asked her petition pass emergency basis so comply promises improve past months, thirst parade. pictures, please 8. northeast sheffield village out lake eric, manage agency, confirmed spawned addi tional rotations jaycox chester roads, breeze shopping center lake, admiral king school, mcdonald's henderson spokesperson agency storm voiced anger tree clearing 36-acrc property, where tlicy claim levelled 3,000 4,000 trees. vited health environ mental protection vestigate numerous claims mosquito-friendly conditions hazardous materials spills allegedly created earth-moving machinery. allegations preparations displaced wildlife danger nearby wetlands. news-times nonexistent threat west nile contamination due mosquito breeding standing continued 'passed through vermilion result weather service thought hover wakeman. "it unusual cloud hlow area under dry " she said, pointing typical thunderstorm accompanied potential twis ter, leaving, heading way,
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2003-07-16|
|Date of Original||2003-07-16|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|