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summer ball winds down - p r- 3 amherst news-timl bechtel delivers lunch page a ah. 4 two-year-old recovering from life-threatening neuroblastoma tax jump smokers state taking $1.25 on each pack by jason hawk news-times reporter 70-cent hike ciga rettes may cause the whole industry to go up in smoke. state's share was boosted $125 july 1, and retailers saw sud den rush beat increased government taxes june 30. "we were kind of expecting that," said drug mart manager natascha johns, who warned corporate headquar ters increase her north leavitt road store's cigarette stock. sales there more than doubled day before took effect, as customers tried $7 per carton hike, she said. kukucka budget when it comes amherst's finances, black is new red. "things have been little frugal," auditor david after presenting 2006 projections city coun cil monday night, two months over for departing diane eswine. "we've seen dramatic slow spending," he said, "next year, i don't think will be real difficulties or hard line cuts," presented the. unnual estimated resources budget, snowing total revenue $3.9 million both 2005 2006, with general fund, expenditures just $5.2 years. that report, which his "best guess what hand'bt year's end," forwarded lorain county mark stewart maksa, cough higher means money smoke users. "some them expect ing coming buy mass quantities, while others they buying last done," johns. one smoker stocked four cartons that's 40 packs several threatened continued 10 says eight days ahead deadline council voted 6-0 approve it. among marked differ ences between this budg et numbers vastly reduced carryover projec tion. kukucka's spreadsheets show $248,256 flowing unused unencumbered into $1 .6 $2.2 2004. but big purchases down, no need fire police (the department equipment item $438,000 2004) capital improvement already earmarked repairs at gordon street water tower west martin avenue lift pump station. figures also showed $5.7 special revenue, including nearly $1.9 levy-fed p2 12 xt...... tv ncws-iimcs j --4 learned their son had cariccfkit biggest lemon life could thrown gallotanillylf now, help an inspirational children's ; book, gallos are work making lemonade. , 1 ,t march 2004, lisa al qallo milan avenue' noticed yearling josh fevers persisting finc'xplaincd cold symptoms. him cleveland clinic tests, josh's eyelids began swell. baby vomiting ahd;had trouble sleeping, placed under 24 hour observation. "at time, teething we thought normal," explained lisa, now able talk about ordeal doctors tearcd tirst be.suifcring any number ailments meningitis, encephalitis, blood clots. wliat found worse. . " ort april 23; year old, diag nosed stage neuroblastoma, aggressive cancer attacks adrenal gland other tissue nervous system. devastated. our world came crashing "the news dismal." often called "silent" tumor because normally far advanced time discovered, hopeful treated successfully. ( during past has subjected six rounds high-dose radiation therapy, surgery remove growing gland, stem cell transplant, treatment!; "there ugly mqments there. word 'normal' meaning us," mother. ' infant lost great deal t ilt- -i nausea uuin me cnemoincrapy, dui rccovcrcu wnai sqid record time. weight bounced back xsb i.. hair endured continuous .1 l3 toyota t,.3 nod cooper foster action team submits list 8 concerns worried impact 10-acre dealership surrounding properties, 15 concerned residents remained silent opting not offer last-minute protest rezoning 39.77 acres along park road. weeks debate research, (ward three costilow absent) zoning change, allow commer cial businesses build hollstcin property fbster route 2. columbus-area dealer bob fisher plans relocate run 80 employee business believes generate $350300 $500,000 annual rev enue city, following council's vote, told break ground late august early september open beginning of.' second quarter neighbors did remain stifled loijg. responding decision, resident tammy ramirez pre wwjb. jamboree hootin', ho!ierin,j hoggin' laura dahle haley oberlla (top, left) sport matching coifs stand out pet parade, spon sored public library. parents encouraged below, six-year-old baxter (top right) conquered 30foottock wall pressing buzzer vory top, winner 16-10 age group, quarterback john eibon (above) tackles oldotown pizza eating contest, stacking carbs fall season. aspiring firefighters nathan bartlza!, elise parson fernandez, chloe tirattom (left) battle 20 paces perfect content heat, sented 18 talking points clerk olga sivinski behalf group calling itself team. requested stipulations fisher's subdi vided agreement, 50 foot buffers certain adjacent use specific land scaping plants, rejection future liquor license requests, reduction speed limit 35 25 mph, loudspeakers p.m., trucks above 8,000 pounds allowed neighborhood, buildings located within 100 feet beaver creek. yet provided copy attempt acc&mmodate reasonable items. "tliele people logical fair," "i've worked quite bit so intelligent working. i'll do everything can make easy transi tion." vermilion attorney zack dolyk previously collected 53 signatures petition ask
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2005-07-13|
|Date of Original||2005-07-13|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2005-07-13|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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