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capital murder trial date set - page 5 old mojo's transformed 7 amherst news-timi r i sides clash on issue labor predicted five-percent win at polls as motorists honkd t about 70 protesters rage against the corporate machine and increased traffic saturday cooper foster park road. by jason hawk news-times reporter fight in lorain over 24 wal-mart has been decided now, but tensions were running high roughly includ ing two bus loads from woostcr lined road near big box's pro posed site. a steady stream of cars offered near-continuous horn blasts that pierced air, mak it almost impossible for union representative joe thayer to shout his views news times. "over last couple weeks with these publicity stunts, our support grown immensely," he said while beeped approval cause. "i think tide is swinging way." thayer, martin's run resi dent organizer sheet metal workers local 33, pre dicted margin high-prpfile vote. residents not able cast ballots forced rely poll turnout lorain. results election complete press time yes terday, does believe silent majority shoppers want heavily-traveled route marks boundary between amherst. divide groups could be wider. fact, was attacked swearing-mad auditor ron mantini plaza parking lot early morning, punch him stomach, said. filed charges police department, according reports. jointly owns sports & stuff foster, which allegedly vandalized sunday night. business shut down this summer own ers speculated continued 10 penny f uk heir thou state funding changing school heads are preparing another levy fight. will money problems ever go away? paul morton associate editor officials arc searching ways keep schools afloat into next decade, thursday night they held forum gather suggestions community. treasurer shirley antcl five-year forecast submitted oct. 31 shows have deficit $3 million 2010. she her projections without restoration cuts made earlier year after second defeat 5.9-mill operating levy. "so we're projecting fiscal 2010, i'm expect phone call someone ohio department education, asking me what plan get out situation," superintendent robert boynton sented three options had worked out. included: 4.6-mill passed may 2008. option would maintain year, solvent until 201 1 . .5-mill put forward consortium county dis tricts special education financing trict november 2006. raised only used spe cial costs, free up funds currently those expenses. black through 4.4-mill allow restore busing students grades five eight who live one miles school, reduce pay-to-participate fee $400 $100, tutors cut june. if board opted try third voters rejected it. other appropriate time, said, or suggested "again, just options," "what we re looking ideas." number charg developers an impact turned each building per mit issued. vicky brusky researched fees found some communities charge thousands dollars, resident mitch arnold asks long-term solutions thursday's community forum. new formula changes tax structure, worries even screaming budget relief form levy, dealing major save sink entire system. budget, house bill 66, law june sets aside $16 billion 2006 2007. also makes sweeping how financed, eliminating components tangible personal property tax: machinery, equipment, inventory, furniture fixtures. starting fivc-ycar "hold harmless" period supplement losses suf- " seems burden right back owners," antel. fered individual districts adjust the. difference, antel, paid state's commercial alternative tax. "while remains seen. definitely my concerns truly charter steal $783,462 share cash, ringvsays groundswell learning centers across taking heavy-handed toll district, snatching administrative report. 118 attend institu tions past greg ring, director educa tional service. there 13 such county, including online academies "e-schools." enrollment being lost private going arts academy lorain, life skills center elyria, summit ''cademy middle ring 'to extent, helps class sizes grade levels," told news-times. "but same can provide quality lads like see them part district." costing amherst's public sys tem $6,635 student .average, though programs ' garner more 3 steele graduate richard crawford hands candy young iraqi girl mosul, where stationed medic. coming home facing tragedy mosul crosse family wants give their son hero's later month, when visits bloody terrifying four-year stint forces iraq. crawford, 25, week serving medic u.s. army scouts front lines, injured six months ago. 1999 entered military 2000, training anti-insurgency techniques honduras before transferred east. father, dennis, task didn't mind, hard home. 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"after age 50 so, most peo ple retire become seden tary," adrian williams, therapist rehabilitation consultants, inc. "at point, slightest movement you do daily lot." williams supervise student-devised exercises, great help to' people oil levels ability, especially joint replacements, rheumatoid arthritis, recovering chemotherapy. program, greatly influence rate aspects cardiologi cal health, addition reduc swelling extremities. gives teens (who seniors) distinct advantage never had: allows study human aspect medicine, area says ignored curriculums focus book work. "we interaction," dcunndra paghli, hopes make career cosmetic surgery. "it's teaching communicate better uie health core industry patients." mark obran, enter either emergency med icine pediatrics fields, agreed. good to, interact people. it's fun bring here, funf let meet people," sold. others, amandu looney, much contwucd ofl pg stretching important parts "it
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2005-11-09|
|Date of Original||2005-11-09|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2005-11-09|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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