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jmphpi pip drug rumors unfounded - page 5 fell hired as new coach 10 amherst news-tim public library 22rspring-stret l.1jl1i k 11 jill mann m hsh iijjjjjjjjjjjw flr b demolition ready to tf in residents still split about controversial jackson street tla- r.3ject expert george baez shows detailed drawings of tho work site at a special mooting friday morning. mora than dozen who live close the and construction attonded. by jason hawk news-times reporter plans ore set. staging is ncaring completion. materials arc place. engineers demolish rc-bulld bridge. but one thing clear woke seven years contro- vcrsy: feelings are future ill-fated "personally, i say it waste city money," said jim cooper, with his wife helen petitioned kill "this quite drastic change from what we tried do originally. might even be little overkill," mayor david taylor. "we've made every effort right this time." bridge reconstruction altogether 2005. "we just hope that goes through smoothly doesn't ruin neighborhood," he said. "there's going lot more traffic before. it's been real nice living on dead end for so many years, now loud again." others ecstatic finally having connect northern southern portions street. waited long enough. our time, happen," ted miller,, "i've always optimistic. we've got coming whole better wo have now." both sides were represented last meeting attended eight officials. question-and-answer scs-; sion main community center park avenue, project manager chuck cvitkovich engineering firm hntb outlined details continued pago 7 meets eye eighth grader carolyn szantay seventh angeloah mehring examine pieces junior high school art show, display library. sidewalk repair amendment tabled after council debate city-wide crackdown may works, if elected officials succeed beefing up laws already books. streets committee members considered amending four-decades-old monday night, following request original ordinance, passed 1965, places onus enforcement council. although dislikes revisiting old law, system "cumbersome" und "doesn't work." "i had mixed emotions bringing up, ignoring 20 years," hate ordinance. concept. nothing trouble." wants domain building department safety-service director. recommendation included amendments levy $50 per day penalty homeowners refuse their walks, well an increase permit fees $1 $25 first such since 1987. plan did not gain much support members. "sidewalks can very costly fix," ward three representative mark costilow. "where am disagreeing costilow was several questioned increased pormlts monday's mooting. 6 gillam resigns citing time constraints basketball has subject parent player accusations paul morton associate editor helm boys varsity team, mitch jr. resigned spend family. '. board accepted gillam's resignation night. before start 2000 season five winning seasons realignment southwestern conference two will unable invest required give current comets optimum chance success, therefore must resign," wrote. ago. berca, brecksville, midpark replaced smaller bay, fairview, rocky river ago, gone combined 7-36 those years. letter, dated march 8, because could devote necessary make team competitive swc. "the poses significant challenge which met only tremendous investment players coaches," came under fire parents times during tenure coach. 2002, play pennies, raise 6,200 leukemia & lymphoma society golden nuggets green cougars fight win nord middle monday. north carolina? kansas? florida? ohio state? instead, bet put money black knights, cougars, red rockets, blue streaks, or nuggets. weeks, these (earns squaring off court murch madness tournament, using athletic skills cash young patients. "in my classroom, i've personally touched different sixth graders dealt leukemia," fifth grade teacher watkin, organizing event. "that's why think important see kids making help others." date, tournament generated $1,000 society's pennies patients program. past months, students collecting competing across homerooms. kids, token odd jobs family neighbors earn while donated entire piggy banks, "we're trying teach them compassion people outside personal lives," she "if they doing now, imagine they'll contribute adults. giving regular part should do, moke difference world." event revt enue expected push total $16,200 mark, principal todd stuart. year, surpassed $15,000 donations, top schools nation, 23, culminate final teams battle title. watkin's getting fun. her husband, leading 4
|Title||Amherst news-times, 2007-03-21|
|Date of Original||2007-03-21|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, Amherst news-times, 2007-03-21|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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