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to - o -4 .n t 2c m -( f c tfl a rn i ,0h shoot! local boys on target page 9 he's cleaning house jf 0 it- 35 r amherst news-tinf s 1 . , n : ngineers warn of bridge impact jackson street will receive facelift but neighbors get raw end deal? by jason hawk news-times reporter gathered at the foot controversial that domi nates their neighborhood, north residents learned last week just how extensively plans for new reshape properties. about 24 concerned home owners congregated near construction site an outdoor meeting thursday night. engineer charles cvitkovich cleveland design firm hntb told crowd he submitted norfolk & southern railroad one month ago and is awaiting approval build over tracks. said hopes city officials begin bidding pro cedures as early october, working plan remove abutments, piers, incom plete superstructure. his rotate bridge's alignment reduce severity its central l-shapcd curve, roadway's slope. result, extensive retain ing walls be constructed in front homes ted miller michael sislow, which arc adjacent bridge. retaining may also erected nordson corporation property end, .cvitkovich said. order steepness comply with americans disabilities act, call road have 1:3 pitch. change requires longer rise bridge, means built several feet above current level. miller's driveway routed northward accommo date plans, raised seven eight feet. other driveways continued 8 tom roth jim toole hey honey! bees please men show sweet hobby can bee two are creating lot buzz taking sting out would terri fy faint heart. "it's pleasurable once you past fear factor,"' south resident toole, who raising many 150,000 this year har vesting honey. season, toole's winged friends produced 700 conversation back then," "that's weak was. i'm doing better still vertigo problem, pushing myself." ' now has 12 hives, refuses sell honey com mercially. instead, gives it trades members lorain county beekeepers association, such firefighter roth. 18 hives township, took 150 pounds home-brewed to- "they stinging creature, comfortable them, they learn yith you, " sweet, gooey con fection, 200 fair night demonstra tion extracting from hive. career u.s. army pilot served close 30 years, started beekeeping four years therapy. "i used my strength stamina after was medically discharged military desert storm," became ill 1990, released honorably 199 u doctors clinic had been subject ed serin nerve gas. couldn't even carry, demonstrates angle hridge approaches change, while robert muska analyzes struc ture lawn value. chools ace big test district eams-98.3 performance rating state news-tim school district. despite single demerit canted ttfc annual report card. schools passcitwitfi iflying colors, earn 98.3 grade. year, scored 96, showing continuous improvement 95.1 grade earned 2002. "we're pleased," super intendent bob boynton. think it's credit whole community." boynton praised efforts harris elementary educators, helped boost district's standing coaching kids record science math proficiency scores. percentage students passed fourth bounced 81.3 2004, up narrowly passing 77.6 percent 2003. likewise, 86.1 graders sci ence exam, 80.1 per cent possible standards offi cials measure each district, 17, losing point because stu dents experienced difficulty citizenship test. 73.2 quizzes geography, govern ment, history knowledge, down 79 2003 83 7 student nord middle lincoln gets work her first day school. did area perform? avon 97.5 lake 99.9 clcarvicw 839 columbia 95.5 elyria 84.2 firciartds-89.4 keystone -91.0 77.8 midyicw 86.9 ridgcville 88.7 oberlin 82.9 sheffield 86.6 wellington 93.1 identity snatchers loose theft ring targets elderly females county.fair year. enjoy pure nature finest," "much like ant colony, same hierarchy. you've got nurses queens workers guards, kind organization." keeping nine pollinate plants. "from there conta gious" adding three or apiary lie between 30,000 j50.000 insect ort fcws-times grocery stores most common staging ground scam detectives investi gating. county-wide crime responsible wave card thefts, including july 6, 20 incidents amherst. "usually attempt js made some sort large public setting where easy encounter people forget faces," detec tive john balog. detective dan jasinski ploy, predator asks assisr tance opinion prod uct. victim distract ed, accomplice steal wallet, both cases left unattended shopping cart. initiate conversa tion, when goes check out, wallet gqne," within half hour, stolen cards used, all county, primarily purchase difficult-to-trace gift lowes, depot, sears, pge7 officers want help identifying suspect caught dn film.
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2004-09-01|
|Date of Original||2004-09-01|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2004-09-01|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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