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libraries struggle with cuts - page 2 sex offenders move in 1 11 o w i r . m c x amherst news-time $2 '.j ' n r. e f neighbors: toyota will ruin cooper foster area characterizing it as a "coun try lane, probably made for horses and buggies many years ago," about 40 residents reeled against 39.77-acrc rczoning request land straddling park road monday night. developer bill starbuck columbus car dealer bob fisher want to con vert the hollstcin family's defunct farming laud near cleveland clinic into 10-acre dealership 80 or more employees. but nary nearby resident wants another big business located on their road, some arc already planning jump ship. "as far i'm concerned, he can buy my house. tills isn't what moved for." said mark robison, 47090 foster. "he's mining whole atmosphere." robison's protest his subsequent offer sell home was met applause from crowd who fear traffic, lights, noise continued 5 hi h ml mm an hour-long public hearing extended two hours parade of such bruce bovin (center; voiced concerns (left) fisher's (right) rezoning request. take care skin you're school's out; see kids .&& stay safe by jason hawk : ryan katie orseno have splash at grandparents' inground pool lincoln street first day summer vacation. cold water welcome refliof hot early-afternoon sun during solid week near-90-dogree weather, swimming without protection be dangerous prospect. news-times reporter.' school is out, .kids home, pools are open4 baking harsh rays sun. j those aren't hiding indoors this especial ly freshly escaped classrooms prone early burns that inevitably accompany recent' 90-dcgre temperatures. now things ar the. mirando. "clearly nv aging thing to1 use sunscreen," told news tirtics, adding peo ple too little protective lotion fail reap ply often enough. bottom line always generous amounts spf 30 above, reapplying every hours. 'they've been all year long they go out- 'tlctlttatblwcmbill doors fry themselves," said. "i'm not one these people tells outside play that's just workable. still do safely." hazardous between harshest (10 a.m. noon) because sun's magni fied water, said, though waterproof sports gel sunscreens greatly reduce risk burn. infants toddlers should cpqsrd,,tv9jbc,syiji,it,. all, older get multiple sunburns (radiation damage) danger ously increased chances develop ing melanoma adults, mirando most than 50 per cent life time exposure damage age 18, said; treats thousands cases cancer each has seen number 3 remember: sunburn nothing than' low-level radiation dam age. addition sunburn, ultraviolet cause cataracts harm body's immune system. freckles very melanin natural sunblock espe cially susceptible burning. sunscreen applied under six months old. medications (espe antibiotics pre scription acne treatments) increase skin's sen sitivity rays. strip' interest reporter "the strip" looks like gobble up houses along route 58 if new auto parts store strip mall receive high sign. hof architects , expected propose struction 7,000-square-foot advance 10,400-square-foot retail building 300 block north leavitt within month zoned c-l light com mercial use. design firm seek traffic permis sion city mission its 6 p.m. meeting june 28. green mean five homes 301, 303, 305, 309, 313 purchased razed. commission secre tary kaye browning property owners part group successful y asked council rczon ng residential commcrc al sever ago. nuto. center other space planned township lot size fracas fall referendum would-be issue would stop 20 25 percent being built demise. disgruntled zoning plans' shrink sizes less acre, tnistee david uric tested th power pen gathering az petitions. goal placed november ballot let voters decide whether trade smaller er population density conser vation wetlands, swamp-, lands, wildlife preserves community boasting roughly 2,900 homes. "one fears we won't acre ments anymore. cluster developments over fears- won 't ; developments' xj(iy more. oyer place) ''-send trustee unfa.- fplace,',11fe ihe-incws- times." v's&v' lorain county 'fioiird elections certified' the" signa tures (they needed only 142), threw theni out after three hour arid 20-minutc deliberation last tbursday. ruling .trustees neil l,ynch and.dennis abraham challenged manner ,in which .the petitions had filed, saying unclear whethcr-urig had.technlcally day, find don fronok avenue, carefully details thp wooden-spoked wheels of. antique fire engine. th6 vehicle auction. previously used anmlstyfaln lly ashland county. celebrate old glory cojrmtemqrate flag pay, readers in'today's edi tion the'newspaper, special full e!plpr (lag w?.re ask,- -; display front window thotronpdqip.r show support families serving pur country both abroad.- courtesy four sponsors pn t reverse sioe. u wun pnue, .. ( '.. ..... ..( v j' -i ilfjmm "inert' r""f
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2005-06-15|
|Date of Original||2005-06-15|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2005-06-15|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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