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cycle safety important; too - pac amherst ws-time to fine roads on the repair list page 12 city an rqoc by jason hawk news-times reporter council agreed pay $15,000 in fines environmental protection agency last week, and take additional measures sidestep another $130,000 penalties. voted 7-0 at a june 14 meeting agree epa con sent order mandating fixes for amherst's wastewater treatment plant operations. order, which was filed lorain county court of common pleas during first week june, is effectively lawsuit against pol lution violations. it alleges that has operated its treat ment sewer system violation national pollution discharge elimination requirements, mandates between council's adoption consent dec. 31, must comply with state set suspended solids, ammonia nitrogen, phosphorus, copper, cbod levels. ordered immedi ately submit written progress report quarterly basis, retroactive april i. exacts civil penalty be paid within 30 days councilmatic adoption. "i believe we got best deal could from epa," mayor dave taylor said. "they said as long we're up front them, they arc willing work us. we've been recording reporting our violations don't have anything hide." originally intended much five shocking guns new donated soon police will packing surprise criminals who become violent or refuse yield commands altercation. veterans foreign wars post 1662 american legion 118 combined forces donate nearly $5,000 tascr x26 stun-gun equipment department effort increase personal officers. vfw commander don wagner presented chief lonnic dillon four taser valued $3,229, tom hauck custom continued 5 lonnie shows off one holster sets 1662. officers hope stun more compassionate means stopping perhaps even replace nightsticks altogether. talent? jamboree offers prize r if you can dance, sing jug gle three apples once just may what takes win old-time tal ent show. contestants are now being sought participate talent event open all residents students exempted village schools st. joseph school. categories show six year olds, seven nine 13-15 16-18 olds january 2004. through third place ners named each cate gory cash given place. applications obtained historical society, 113 s: lake st., returned extended deadline 30. held friday, july 9. information contact victoria 988-7255. caboose loose road crews oberlin auxiliary officer henry wallace delicately direct flatbed carrying train downtown week. wa3 transported society milan avenue, where incorporated into exhibit about great wreck 1912. move over, jeff gordon times final penalty, he said, but fee cut down scries negoti ations. "when i took office, were talking penalties low $20,000 able reduce further," "what goal auditor lacks benefits; applies job diane eswinc wants cor rect she considers "unhealthy" situation, looking sandusky answer. eswine, elected applicants youngsters attending wednesday learned basics pf traffic safety, including how stop signs, watch cats when crossing street, side street cars should drive, not behind wheels any, real immediate future, police-officers knowing continue child-related motor vehicle injuries, served since 1996, 17 contending newly-created position assistant manag er, individuals hunting job. holds masters degree public administration cleveland university 1987 1989. anybody manager manager, understand financial stuff," working my ph.d., lot study economic development, would large part job." health benefits, primary reasons seeking position. her time, paying $16,425,70, does qualify receive benefits. job's lack insur ance, prompted eight months ago ohio ethics committee. still waiting reply. december, unanimously pass law city's long-standing icy provide benefits only full-time employees. "of course, old administration," told news-times. haven't approached (dave) taylor's this concern, think knows feelings it." so far, eswine sub mitted application position, believes disadvantage race because outsider, live sandusky, political attrac tion hiring local resident government job," gotten point yet considered relocating. it's early." isn't time eyed auditor's office. july, made bid recorder's seat after former recorder mary ann jamison died while democratic party lead ers entertained series votes select replacement pool candidates, elim inated, garnering 152 votes. faces stiffer competition radiometer american, inc., human vesources director dennis c. cada avon lake, strategic media services direc-' tor james forthofer vermilion, erie 9
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2004-06-23|
|Date of Original||2004-06-23|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2004-06-23|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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