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sailor amherst news what happened to wal-mai planners will hear carnegie case studies by jason hawk news-times reporter the race lo build a new wal mart store on cooper foster park road is entering may be its final lap. last wednesday, development, company seeking obtain permission at site across from plaza, missed deadline place issue before lorain planning com mission april 7 meeting. according chief planner don komancak, still waiting for results of independently con tracted land use and traffic impact studies, expected approach with those figures 5 "it's out our hands as city project now, other than make sure that concerns res idents arc heard inconven ient situations avoided," said romancak, who declined retail small businesses must re-evaluate tactics survive kathleen willbqnd editor possibility amherstlorain wal-mart built continues loom, local business owners continue operate like they did in 1930s could hurt arrival. whether it. super yet deter mined, but are "smart savvy enough" figure how such big box retailer work their benefit prosper. that's bj wibcrg, presi dent chamber commerce executives ohio, after group conducted survey members stores communities. cceo professional organi zation whose directors chambers merce. role, help do jobs better, through seminars workshops training schools illegal bob boynton back port - comment probable come vice president dob bcrryhill gener ated clovervalc farms food processing company, which opened operations former ames building december, also represented third party study, he unsure commission's reaction data. "nothing certain," told wednesday. "lorain coun cil represent interests has power so without question. goal now show them plan resi dents." pending acceptance plan, hopes begin construction occupied scars hardware late this summer, completed continued page 10 competition modes. "from time time, we have an obstacle or comes up know peers think. process information throw it mem bers," wibcrg explained. past, sur veyed about issues salary, wage bene fits workers, member reten tion, management community issues. retailers -not just been topic conversation among members, although seems ing most many ohio commu nities, said. all were surveyed asked two ques tions munities: "when open?" "what eco nomic since opened?" wiberg pointed had nothing survey. "wal-mart doesn't even survey, wouldn't repel invasion desk-snatchers 100 students ille gally leaching school system defraud tax payers estimated $1.3 million each year, accord superintendent boynton. problems envious stu dents "leaking into system," termed if, came head earlier month parent tipped off administrators sheffield lake child attending false 6 greeters 50 states welcome (like jhebb, wk 'wibahp' .net! ceo lee scott mar kets oberlin winter 2005. concern us anyway. only directors," was sent while meant some, "for others hit nail head," "others don't one, suspect we'll get one." some responses negative majority indi cate brought prosperity ly registering using terra lane address. "i really believe need take more aggressive posi tion when wc catch someone doing this," board march 15 board's five backed superintendent's decision seek $13,719 back-tuition family fourth-grader four years, payer cost $3,000 12 actress one above) almost 3,000 customers eac(i towns present own ers well ones followed opening. "we complaints hurting busi ness, there no hard money-job loss (figures) complaints," charlotte keim, marietta area commerce. "it created shopping where vacant epa lowers hammer; taylor step ahead dave 'splendid' week. result 2003 employment 1.3 associates developer similar plans rt. 20 paul morton associate wcstlake-based development's superstore against lou dcvicchio, scram bling woo world's largest northwest comcrof route 20routc 58 intersec pf oberlin. 'wal-mart submitted single drawing planningcommission week showing 155,000-squarc foot center located 20, west depart ment store. indicates 786-space parking lot cast building. would part 38-acrc parcel north side council rezoned c 2, general use, july 2002. owns property, concept development included big- 70 homes bleeding raw sewage unnamed tribu tary beaver creek drawn attention environmental protection agency, delivered ulti matum county offi cials issued separate orders commissioners 17 address unsanitary conditions related discharges home septic systems hall "p $244.5 sales fierce stores, restau rants, 60-room motel, bank. word possible repercussions deal carnegie's project, corpora support within eight miles other. uncertain .whether officials eager beat punch, because subject 1991 revenue sharing agreement between pittsfield township. cov township subsequently annexed city. under agreement, receives percent real estate taxes property received year annexa years following annexation. addi tional tenney courts, broadway street tayloi avenue violations first investigated 2001, aftci healtl district filed plaint epa, already conducting tests alonj creek. complaint confirmed thi sample fron early june 1996, whid revealed sludge deposits odors, fungus, alga growth waterway, pge
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2004-03-24|
|Date of Original||2004-03-24|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2004-03-24|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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