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new scam hits phone lines - page 2 parking law fails in 3-4 vote f ie 3 i a s amherst news-tim c r l. c: o : cpj ' w e m b mm& mfk n isa teacher cuts save schools $1 .4 salary, health care concessions push deficit predictions to 2010 "this contract will mean reduced costs for our dis trict, vital neces sity response recent levy losses," said president ronald yacobozzi after teachers agreed raise reductions. by jason hawk news-times reporter what leaders coined "an act of unity," school board members rubber-stamped measure monday night that extends teaching con tracts two more years while cut ting $1.45 million from the strug gling district's books. following nearly three months negotiations , teacher's association partially surrendered pay and increases, helping avoid money crunch 2009. among voted through unanimously are per cent raises about 220 certified staffers 2008 2009 instead industry standard percent. addition, all union single insurance policy-holders 10 percent their premiums starting jan. 1, 13 july also revise package, which super intendent robert boynton may entail finding provider. those details be hammered out committee may, he said. "from board's standpoint, we could not happier with how ami cably this was resolved," yacobozzi. district, necessity losses." suf fering budget remain black through. 2009, but without extra tax support via levy, sink $2.98 2010, treasurer shirley antcl bottom line, she said, is arc spending on students than covered proper ty -income other revenue sources. year, trict shelled $29.7 million, collected $28.5 million. contracts were set expire another came table when admin istrators approached educators scaling back spending. "these people here who work continued pago 7 iiiiimiihimi z r0 5 millf te 1 assistant superintendent wiersum antel laud ata agreeing hold year early. lady comets cross country team gosses breaks tie; sends state meet there an old saying fans every run ner counts. never appropriate at past saturday's northwest ohio regional meet. beautiful fall weather greeted 130 runners 16 teams competed tiffin's hedges boyer park, final scores added up fellow swc rival bcrea tied 155 points fourth qualifying spot tic breaker the'finish place team's number six runner went amherst, as senior sara finished 54th help carry into championships, held annually scioto downs horse park columbus. defending champion bowling green ran away competition, scoring 41 finish first. joined runner-up magnificat (71 points), cleveland st. joseph academy (147 (155 points). finishing behind berea (l55 pts.), findlay (182 pts), lexington (184 north olmsted (212 sylvania southview (239 marion harding (24gpts), toledo whitmer (267 notre dame (268 shaker heights (343 royalton (349 holland springfield (361 parma padua (392 pts). "it's incredible honor qualify meet," coach terry kemp "the girls worked very hard make happen. had good week practice, jv's did absolutely amazing job getting varsity spirit 12 they candy disguised kara fisher allie engel paired prize win- just too, too cute pass up. see halloween parade nlng rendition wrigley gum commercials. photos 6. reform, county issues crowd amherst-area ballots election day be- much voters consider etay simply select ing council financial figure heads fact, ballot crowded local questions. the- top list issue proposed legislature amend constitution. if passed, would allow government grants loans made private busi nesses, research organizations, educational institutions aid economic development. it authorize general obligation bonds $1.35 billion ideal capital editor's note: due publishing deadlines, results of. next tuesday's voting appear nov. 9 nevstimes. please look complete coverage issue. improvements, infrastructure, $500 provide finan cial assistance government, $150 mil lion develop job-ready sites facilities state. 2, 3, 4, pro posed initiative petitions sponsored reform n,ow, group individuals organizations disgruntled alleged problems during 2004 election. long face off between presidential tenders george w, bush, john kerry gave negative national publicity, cluims. ( cost: mail 35 days before wishing have give reason doing so. establish limits contributions candidates, political action committees, parties. public disclosure campaign expenditures. 4 change process congressional legislative districts drawn. replace current apportionment ..bipartisan rcdistricting commis sion specific guidelines formed achieve competitiveness bipartisan elections pag protesters line street bearing anti-wal-mart signs permit rally picket huge inflat able rats against retail giant wal-mart's proposal build .a store hi lorjiin-amherst border police depart ments jumping saturday, try pedestrian injuries. 20 50 carrying "vote no wal mart" milling cooper foster road area near route 58 intersection noon hour, cops both lorain called clear traffic. grouped plaza, where permission business, owners gath er, front $ears hardware plaza. officer jim mccann, works units, demonstrators creat dangerous situation. "(motorists) trying turn slow down so hurt anyone," told news-times. "it dan gerous, slamming brakes going they're lucky noth happened. been serious accident." mccann off-duty heading sears spotted several handing nnti-wal-mart literature, one man, already spirit, decked pw
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2005-11-02|
|Date of Original||2005-11-02|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2005-11-02|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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