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petro tackles jd by rider - page 2 teen admits to cafeteria theft 8 a amherst news-tim r o 1 & m ro : 03 x r- c tn 5 aj h u n 4 rn w state-of-the-city' outlines taylor's 2005 p i mark the date mayor dave taylor said yesterday that he hopes submit final budget proposal city council's finance commit tee as early monday, march 7. jason hawk news-times reporter like teenager going through growth spurts, is trying cope with building booms nrc reshaping its cityscapc. leaves make tough choices enters his second year at helm, which outlined in statc-of-thc-city address monday night. "wc have brought back disci pline, respect, and civility business-like manner," told council members recap of 2004. "we sull face many important decisions, wc must continue live within our budget, maintain upgrade streets, improve water distribution system, storm sanitary sewer collection systems, elec trical system." hard work finalizing details amherst's auditor diane eswinc, key success this prioritizing spending. no room for surprises additional expenses," said, citing an example jan. 22 snowstorm cost more than $10,000 labor $12,000 salt. keeping one step ahead unexpected won't be easy -already, leaders arc expect ing state legislators cut local government funding 20 percent, would leave already stretched minus $48,000 $58,000. increased! csl nt activity may also force hire full-time prose cutor about $37,000, maintaining blue bag recy cling program will take new influx $55 ,000, said. those expenditures added overflow list projects sccond- continued on ada hohla andy winomlllor top grapplers: we're muscles old stereotypes wrestlers are starting get wincmiller. "we're not meatheads or underachieves," says, offering lopsided grin while perching desk steele high school late thursday afternoon. "and just because you roll around sweaty guy spandcx doesn't mean you're weird." opponents don't think so. year, winemiller has taken down 28 competitors lost once nick dowc brooklyn. record ranks him 12th ohio, regular wrestling season over, 18-year-old senior looking channel so far into title match time. "the biggest thing here, here," pointing head heart. that's where angst prejudices come play wincmiller likes himself smart grappler. proud sport 3.2 gpa, says secret mats statistics, times, weaknesses each foes circulating he's them submit. "i'm who blanks out mat. alert know they do," says. , tower lane fiasco ends; mull dedication roadway leading off middle ridge road been paved after lengthy legal battle, but some residents alpng angfy drive dedicated street. "no tell us why weren't dedicating road," jane krase, owns four lots lane. "it's seven years since we started whole mess. how much longer wait?" it longer, investiga tion prompted action week. wrestled over former dirt road's status november, 1998, when purchased prop erty. judge edward zfileski ordered faith child st. joseph catholic third grader cheyney myers prayer tuesday ring lenten season. eight-year-old her classmates learned making difference world, sacrifices, promises god. peers pray morning teh health pope john paul ii, troopers nab coke stash turnpike what tipped $13 million drug bust last week ohio township was driver didn't owned car driving. "there were numerous crimi nal indicators. occupants visibly nervous, conflicting stories, then admitted even vehicle," sgt. joe luebbers highway patrol. situation suspicious enough drug-sniffing k-9 called scene examine 1997 toyota rav-4 driven william burse, 45, cleveland. suv had originally stopped from massillon post following too closely improper changes near milepost 142 2:04 p.m. officers eventually discovered 30 pounds (or 12 kilos) high-grade powder cocaine hidden panel, filling approximately six-square foot area under rear cargo area. burse passenger, 22- scores soccer training center boynton: schools teach students news-limes sports academy could give 50 chance futbol, europeans say district officials sure whether willing fut bill. "you can look two ways bring revenue increase class sizes costs," superintendent robert boynton week, -international star brad friedel announced spend $6 build soccer-prep boarding lcayitt scout youngsters globe, ages 13 18, train careers professional sports. 22-acre site located lorain quarter-mile north border, currently used as, "my question right go boynton. portion emerald valley golf course. property falls limits district. boynton, whose running problems voters rejected 5,9-raill operating levy november. "their parents obviously raises questions," "if it's ran exchange program, limit students. choose certain number." 3 li lllniimalbgolllrjl 1,-filaucss) rdr jjj s jl jj urbancirs ii cooocr-fnlfile bmi ib jra course, bounds frombach examining eligibility "ringers" moving district's boundaries, athletic director erich taking rule books. isn't international proposed premier eligible usurp students' spots comets teams, suspects show little interest. "i they're playing 24 hours day, probably time soccer," "with all their before schools, i'm guessing '11 worry already." coaches able legitimately deny acade f
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2005-02-16|
|Date of Original||2005-02-16|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2005-02-16|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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