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i relay for life team set - page 5 , "pi-, . r ake note ot construction ' p x p" m v" y z tn v a z. b in 1 o 3f news-tim obbkwuhm .... sewer draws threat of suit by jason hawk news-times reporter quarry road resident dale smith said lie wants to sec development lapos down the street from where he lives just doesn't want pay it. concerned that city council may violate his rights build ing sanitary line across property service pro posed development, and wife carol arrived at monday's meeting accompanied avon lawyer gerald w. phillips. "the developer has no legal right construct my clients' property," phillips told members. "if amherst casement it must properly legally use exercise eminent domain." approving subdividcrs agreement developer's plat allow proceed with building plans would be an "unconstitutional taking" smiths' because is not dedicated street, said. also speaking on bcllalf smiths was resi dent registered surveyor phil rosebcck, who .said review revealed 40 errors or inconsistencies. residents have brought concerns us we haven't addressed them," coun cil at-largc nick bnisky. but presi mike disagreed. "we done everything our power address con cerns residents," said, adding earlier invitations answer questions were "deliberately dodged." smith's cur rent septic tank system docs meet lawful sanitation require ments, believes leak raw sewage rear property. complaint while some neighbors sold land profit, incurring assess ment installation costs plus monthly maintenance tax want. "i don't see why somebody else.'s gain," will new expense every month." voiced continued pago 3 stringing them along captain max magic pirate 'captive' audience thursday main center park avenue, performed tricks as part public library's summer reading program. classroom veteran principal shuptschool about any other per son, being charge 600 kids nightmare. debbie waller, it's pure bliss. 12-ycar schools classrooms, waller take over operations shupe elementary school fall principal. "my point reference education always third fourth graders," she her career special teacher. "now all grade levels, they arc so willing learn. are literal make you smile. can come headache after bad night sleep reju venate me. me do good job." dreamed principal, getting job been 20-year crusade, even though first teaching came 20 years receiving college diploma. actually graduated children hanging off knees," laughed. ''they couldn't care less mom had teach degree." didn't stop estimated students starting late august. served dean this year. working, though. eight years, worked supervi sor lorain county juve nile detention home, spent another executive field director erie shores girl scout council. those jobs helped develop strong hand, organizational skills, respect what calli defining characteristic country voluntccrism. look big picture, that's sets apart countries, espe cially such educationally-nurturing com teen sees pageant step thirteen-yeariold amanda sexton great smile, when she's flashing pearly whites judges, physical beauty furthest thing mind. "people clink pageants beauty. kind person are, lot people really understand that," sexton, competing 2004 miss junior cleveland show later month. "even there girls get last place, still feel happy chance try. feels compete." sincere eighth-grader high school, dares glitz glamour ninway more shot $20,000 scholarships pursue dream becoming therapist. yet known three wanted enter medical profes sion. vision born seeing sponsored how-to presentation friend's mother, "1 'wow, neat help like that,'" whose best subject appropriately, science. "ever since then, i've end up doing. hard making happen." dut far, nothing slowed down, whether volleyball court, friends, studying, baton twirling, amassing nearly majorette trophies. year, named first-runner buckeye jubilee competition, placement earned spot summer's pageant. felt very confident happy, than 50 (hero age divi sion alone. top iko point. cool," ,on june 27, compete, modeling routines including formal wear casual attire, personality, suid, judges' number one priority. wjll work well favor sextpn, pcii rvn iq tickets anger sports parents vehi cles ticketed improp er parking fillcd-to-capacity athletic events amherstonians upset, police board officials week safety trump venience. little leaguers asked move cars impromptu spots grass fire lane 7 subsequent game dates, face $5 tickets. "god forbid lane," dennis scger police. "there outcry weren't doing job. can't imagine (some parents) necessary kids." parents, duanc bennett, five six-year-olds play phillies t ball team, writing malicious. paid facil ity, we're out here encour aging healthy," lost week. "(the police) interested harassing sure grows near second bases buried mud holes." biggest problem availability, spaces too far fields, especially grandparents eld erly residents. alternative spots, officers bennett adjacent harris officials, increased enforcement, clear liability issue stake. "it's question safe ty parked both sides driveway milan avenue lot. pleading side drive there," jhs assistant ath letic ron hausc. child got hurt back there, wouldn't be. possible n timely manner. case emergency, equipment there." football season, signs erected school's driveway, letters addressing sent wednesday district tacted message automatic-dialing machine. "this isn't something new. a, request we've made opened," hause went through respected position. intent inconven ience anyone." seger spective, way lenient omparking offenders, government prop erty. "we're going continue if illegally, ticket," used give $2 complaints nny speeding ever issued." remains one. "vve lived entire (5.94 mill) levy thcy asking fors incredible uq this,"
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2004-06-16|
|Date of Original||2004-06-16|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2004-06-16|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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