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musician sues police - page 6 team boasts brain power pac i ! t a tax h(bm c en o h tx x u m w tn b (u q n id 4 r 3 ro 0) 1 in h. $ ws- tim candidates aren't only poll choices voters must make while presidential will steal the spotlight on nov. 2 ballot, amhcrst-arca residents have important issues to consider at polls as well. addition issue 1, a. constitutional amendment seeking pro hibit gay mar riage, amherst city, township, and south village be able cast votes for many four local well: calls renewal of an existing 1.5 percent income shareholders s-corpora-tions within city amherst. arc small businesses with fewer than 75 stock holders, where profits losses passed directly investors, who turn report them personal forms. if passed, measure would apply s-corporations limits, credit provided those pay taxes other municipalities. began taxing january 2003, but passage house bill 127 last year mandated that placed general election ballot by 2004. already, 20 ohio municipali ties adopted tax, though 'el facts should know mill is onc-tcnth penny. when property assessed, $1,000 value equal $1 income. march, 53 school levies failed, state failed august special election. november 2000, district narrowly 4.438-mill build ing levy 54.61 percent. tle produce $26.3 million over 28 years jbcbuilding purposes only. first lorain county. avon also vote issue. 39 addi tional 5.9-mill district, used supplement operating expenses defer projected 3o. minion uy 2009. five-year forecast submit ted month board members predicts oper ating budget run dry 2007 post $2.7 deficit 2008 fail pass proposed next week. overall, salaries ben efits amount 90 district's total revenue, antcll said. benefits accounted 30.4 salaries, medical den tal premiums jumped 15 per cent past year, she schools spent $647,000 more they collected, receiv $5,169 per' student-in-state funding spending $6,640.20 each student. enrollment grew 212 students, 2004, system catering additional 83 students. according vice president ron yacobozzi, provide short term boost, carrying through continued rick bohl true confessions 4dtan,.american soldier iraq jason hawk news-times reporter you think affecting week's tough adults under stand, try explaining second- third-graders. that's task infantryman attempted during his brief home leave monday, speaking students powers elementary steele high about horrors war from hand perspective. "you all remember sept. 11, right?" asked seven eight-year-olds packed together see slide presentation full photos landscape life u.s. army's 201st forward support battalion. "that's why we're there," he "not because good people live there, bad peo ple." bohl, 1982 graduate responsible battle group's 60 satellite tracking systems, computer net works (lans), 14 angered new contract worried increased punch hole amherst's recovering budget, council criticized newly-negotiated officers its oct. 18 meeting. "i believe our depart ment deserves lot what get," said ward three representa tive mark costilow. "but every around us getting hit.. .my neighbors losing jobs everybody's down-sizing, everybody else wants more." contract, effective imme diately following judgment state-appointed arbitrator earlier this month, two-percent salary increase 2004 four-percent increases 2005 2006 mem bers patrolmen's benevolent association. deliberation foi nearly half, agreement was largely negotiated administration former mayor john higgins, resigned conciliator after dave taylor sworn into office. "this very rich contract. takes terms we'll looking closely," part problem, (american federation municipal employees union) has 'me too' clause it, which means they're going end up percent." treasurer kathleen litkovitz submitted indicating need enlarge traditionally pago spooky safety key time balog tips keeping candy-hunters out harm thousands ghosts goblins descend vil lage, township streets sunday, there are some parents keep hand. officer balog, serves resource these -but safe fun: before trick- or-trentlng: always costume color light include reflective patches or strips. sure mask eye holes large enough sec, use face coloring. fireproof homemade costumes follows mixing ounces borax, one quart hot water. saturate fabric allow it dry. repeat washing costume. disposable stick attached help others sec chil dren. wear clothing prevent tripping. trick-or-treating: parent snould their dren's plans, route evening. peers children par ent guardian's phone number locations event emergency. , trick-or-trcating annual halloween ' parade held oct 31, registration contest "beginning 'at.3 p.m. die san springs building, 480 part; ave. judging p,m., follow 4:30 5 trick-or-treating begin 'siat 5:30 continue 7 vp.m. "will can reeled "weather, (bc move ie:fire department church " lsjrcct. s v '"trick-or-treating hi .amherst townshio held? sunday froni 'l p.m." . hold nt p.m., ijne-up 2:30 middle proceeding down main north lake tq douglas field athletic complex, prizes be, awarded best different categories.. floats participants welcome parade. dbnu(s cider, served, trick-wtreating" aif)heretwabcyrpm,51ff6.,30 p,m. nine boric acid, homes visiting. kids stay own neighborhood, visit know, approach porch lights on. return home. give accept wrapped candy packaged candy, guardians check treats 16 protests save $214,000 county half contended sewer tie-in costs were told never tie line leading regional airport, months debate protest, dozens ridge obcrlin roads havs collectively hook up. eighth discussion matter com missioners voted thursday night absorb $427,000 project costs, caving complaints surprise.deci sion. commissioners betty blair david moore sub sidize tie-ins (commissioner mary jo vasl abstained, citing reasons), initially disagreed coun ty's share. bi&ir formerly had endorsed $75,000 subsidy, wanted to-coyer cost project. could not name source con structed 1980s they, required tic in. health dis trict officials find no basis claim, law doesn't require political prorrises long-disbanded administiations honored. work coming spring, engineering office, paying $2,609 assessed ycaw. healthwommissioncr ken pearcc normally tap without any form assistance, county's decision open doors groups demand cut-rate assessments. cleveland man gun, drugs busted cops routine traffic stop ended major bust shortly midnight tuesday, seiz stash crack cocaine loaded handgun. 12:40 a.m., patrolman michael taliano halted black acura travel leavitt road database revealed owner driv temporary instruc tion permit warrant issued east ment. driver identified jatanycn l. wall, 25, cleveland. wall stated vehicle belonged cousin possessed valid dri ver's license, detect strong odor suspected both burnt fresh marijuana inside car. gaining consent conduct search, found civilian-issue, .45 caliber clock 30 handgun laying flush driver's scat against center sole bullets 10-bullet magazine. sgt. dan 'mm -mm jatanyen makruski, weapon protection making bank deposits. gun chamber empty, indi cation been recently, fired past, makruski located clear plastic baggy contain sus pected cocaine, another multiple white pills ecstacy (mdma). fqund digital scale smeared residue. faken
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2004-10-27|
|Date of Original||2004-10-27|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2004-10-27|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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