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street tax eyed for sidewalks page 3 scouts celebrate 50th pad o wo x a i- co m c cn r- to h 50 on amherst news-time - dietrich, walters will vie cc president although most eyes were turned the democratic may oral run-off between mayor john higgins and challenger kathleen litkovitz, 6 battle city council spots successfully weeded out three of 15 candi dates vying eight legislative branch positions. incumbent democratic, toppled his party steve p'simcr, who gave up six-year word scat con tend possession pres idential gavel. "you never know how vote is going go," said diet rich, received resounding 64.4 percent vote, trump ing p'simcr 1,061 587. rich he already looking forward fall race. "i think campaign be well-run one. it's intense, i'm go have hard. in meantime, i intend just keep doing best can for' city," added. now november, dietrich's priorities tinuing promotion economic growth closure jackson bridge fiasco leslie lane controversy, updates utilities. "i'm planning finishing my term fishing," defeated ja nuary relinquish ward unopposed re publican candidate, mark costilow. want do what i've al ways done third un til january. mr. costilow an excel lent job word, plan meeting with him dis cuss issues," said. "but until then, continue work two committees bridge. also monitor program open nord family founda tion milan ave intersection." that not immediately pursue post role government, but discard possibility continued 9 voting results: g. (d) 1,044 m. litkovitz 670 s. dietrich 587 dennis e. (r) 432 peter kastanis 174 law director kenneth stumphauzer 1330 ut-large ' david t. williams 968 p. william vandcrwyden 874 f. pcna 840 joel r. ruth 709 nicholas brusky 493 joseph gambish 314 one . terry a. truster 312 edwin cowger 263 l. 134 four jennifer wasilk 187 chaszar h, jesipflhb higgins, seen hero primary runoffs last defending eventually purchase week. position again property known as lane, against republican nominee treasurer taylor. sign times councilman traster hangs lage fair this saturday. visitors spend historical society banner front day tho society's museum, guidod hall gazebo advertise organiza- reenactment tours, watching vintage tion's sandstone settlers' blacksmith vii- baseball game, among other activities. approves lease added six months local government ver sion let's make deal. members monday night reconsid ered proposal temporary rood which was built 1998 after demolition quarry road voted 5-2 sep tember vacate by fusing renew $1,500 per year agreement prop erty owner florence leslie, wlio told councilmcmbers she lowed build emergency across her lawn later promised admi nistrators would muster money land $75,000. summarily jected deal earlier year, citing declining revenues general fund account 2003 budget crisis. now, has reversed its 5-1 (ward ed dissenting) near road, patiently waits it ssxity coun cil d'scu&c renewal s possible $75,000 purchase. agreed ease five years ago whon demolished, democrats' jason hawk nows-timos reporter at end super tuesday, hundreds residents went bed thinking had been ousted from office kath leen litkovitz. that's because some greater cleveland area's net news stations incorrectly reported hig gins, won mayoral nearly margin. their mistake: they must num bers lorain county board elections website, boe marilyn jacobcilc have, no knowledge any returns given networks improperly," news-times wednes day. "any information ceived, assume, ta ken directly our all correct turn data." lame duck, despite erroneous tv station formation. according official figures posted www.lorainboc.crienct.net, gins landslide 1,003 votes litkovitz's 633, 613 mandate electorate. "we network night, don't citizens ask, oks; auditor pay bill fairly nows-times cutting remarks diane eswine sup porters ordinance further regulate deportment caused sdr lost monday's meeting, sulted mandated policy change. mean get when it," es wine said, downtown recknagel asked councilmembers pass new ensure particip ants community develop ment block grant revitalization receive equal treatment. confrontation car ryover september, business own ers betterment sociation made issue of' felt eswine's unfair early disbursement funds individual. cdbg provides match monies businesses upgrade facilities, theoretically spurring regrowth, participants are reimbursed expendi tures weeks. .eswine released $10,249 dave coff an, sandy's & financial services, tj.'s fram ing, mary's bird world, days completed paperwork documenting project storefronts. angry owners imme diately rushed auditor's fice, demanding reimburse payments proffered like manner. council's 5 officials im mediately incident, cost $750. meet review decision close funding possibilities safety concerns. talked mrs. if consider extending pride plans include plenty projects you love your neighborhood in? then help day, 17, vol unteering few fun-filled hours community. service. join others major cleanup, fix-up, paint-up, spruce-up effort preserve expand individuals clean yards storefronts, a.m. saturday beautify chairperson sally comweli co-chair scout leader barb toth arranged more than 140 girl side pull weeds plant flowers hall, old office, behind san springs building, police department, beaver creek reservation, aging, maude. nekjing park, av9we. encouraged red, white, blue decorations bicentennial year. p
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2003-05-14|
|Date of Original||2003-05-14|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|