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teams hot in openers - pagl n c o x r c: s ' 2 '-' rp i z. c') e 53 m amher news-timj 2v homeless pets get help page 3 lorain tables wal-mart approv l by jason hawk . news-times reporter seeing angry signs waved protest of a new on amherst and lorain's mutual cooper foster park road border is" far from new, cadre residents standing arm their opposition 14951 -square-foot big box at the current scars hardware plaza sported them with pride again monday night. bitterly divided issue, city council has been considering proposals for more than two years wcstlakc- bascd carnegie development, which wants to rezone 37 acrc property, build an empty store, lease it wal-mart. vocal anti-development groups filled chambers cheered as move approve measure emer gency status flopped 7-3. elected leaders quickly through 9-1 decision hear second reading rczoning request april 1 meet ing. possible third could take place 12. attorney gerald phillips, who represents one knot home owners resisting over-development traffic implications southern lorainnorthcrn neighborhoods, was site urge unhappy make matter referendum issue november. total ,443 valid signa tures would be required ballot. denouncing lack com prehensive impact land use studies, phillips said he believes will remain gridlockcd this elec tion year. continued 10 dozens bring treasures appraiser looking windfall carl sullenberger popularity antiques apparent last thursday evening when 60 aficionados outnumbered scats available during roadshow-style event held heritage house. items were displayed before crowd sue wcarsch provided brief critique appraisal each. many pieces $100 $300 range. participants invited own col lectibles free appraisal. sponsored house society hosted director valeric gcrstenbergcr. those attending treated some unexpected surprises. menagerie dolls, framed pictures, lamps, vases, chil dren's toys accounted attic yard sale finds offered expert eye wcarsch. four particular grabbed her attention. matched set silver-plated pairpoint scrying bowls valued $100, but find show puffy lamp. lamp survived nearly being dropped its journey parking lot appraised "thousands." true value require further research glean final figure lucky owner. wearsch revealed three most sought after qualities "condition, condition, condition." krf- xl.?.. around bend rock wall awaits return harris students spring break. look other projects works. shupe elementary is putting up swings. powers physical fitness course. morning taking shape majzun construction supervising building reinforcing concrete anchors are poured. tuesday area had prepared. assistant coach mark kelley charge, these football players fill large trenches paths using gravel former swing base. volunteers solid work ethic there bustling activity (it school bver break pto, led president fdajzun, comets team, businesses, spent days climbing school. explained how came be. "last year principal took out swings because they haz ardous. so wc something we put playground that kids enjoy." continued, "so, found wail really cool got good price said, 'why not?'" initial started inside gymnasium while play ground transformed into all-weather site. recycling removed playground, holes dug anchor wall. contributing manpower material project ken weaver county sewer & drain, terminal ready mix, william vanderwyden 84 lumber, construction. rhonda neuhoff special thank you major mover behind "sue involved cou ple ptos district she's phenomenal. she gets things done all about kids." may , schools closed since didn't scheduled snow days. pto holding "calamity day" fundraiser day selling dis count cedar point tickets. majzun, "our proceeds go buy mulch playgrounds hopefully annual event." family open mexican eatery 'real' fare paul morton associate editor n.!t. la imrwfnnt authentic restnurnnt expected chatterbox restaurant later year, nelida lopez father's lias owned mexico years. inspiration amherst. ''he's always wanted do this, thought wo phould," said. "and opportunity opened pur chased building. just back our minds lhat if ever up, ahead some- fhing it." .,,-,. fourth generation operate restaurant, only first north rio con inucu face city's tax filing deadline 15 (not 30) top notch brooko rivera displays smooth power intho opener ladle yesterday. both guys girls victorious $t starts, see sports 6. cramped little second-floor office avenue, nunv. ber crunchers getting nervous. sluggish nine income returns due, treasurer kathleen litkovitz wor ried; expects 6,600 forms 1,600 have, received processed. "we're concerned mail light door light," onmonday'we're skeptical point, we're not rush like usually do. apprehensive." time 40 1967, fact here have smaller window submit thel; paperwork. where amherstonians until 30 pg
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2005-04-06|
|Date of Original||2005-04-06|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2005-04-06|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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