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poor shooting dooms boys - pao 10 i : herst news-tim -m spi lbcal bridge designers under fire in tol girls at top of swc rankings page 8 mayor not worriedbdut hntb record as jackson street project nears by jason hawk news-times reporter it appears that the heroes saved an amherst arc being pegged villains elsewhere, a $33 million draw span replacement on martin luther king jr. memorial toledo was set back more than year and could cost much $1 to fix, following discovery crucial design flaws made cops hope network will mean convictions forget c-commcrcc. local law enforcement wants be business ofc-crimc-busting. police nre busy installing new computer hardware this week allow for instantaneous sharing criminal information with other agencies lorain county, they system lead efficient bad guys operating across multiple jurisdictions. "a lot came out when wc had bunk robbery firstmcrit (in july)," said sgt. dan jasinski. "we pictures our suspect right uway have shot them over internet all departments area." was, took roughly three weeks track down alleged perpetrator, 52-year-old jeff pace process been greatly expedited using rapidly improving digital technology. now, each agency county-wide plugged into network, which includes array cameras in-cniiscr laptops. is funded n $42,000 grant from u.s. department homeland security, sheffield village chief michael gurich, who overseeing installation system. "wc went u two-fold would us digitize ot reports," he said. "they can also take recordings interviews, bank robbery, instance, case reports." forces working together tor sir. months bring computers county. idea, according jasinski, originated during weekly meeting detectives complained many their cases solved if there simply accessible way share information. those discussions were born plans agreement continued 2 school board member nicholas dimacchla sworn monday night vice-president ron yacobozzi. "don 7 things happen any company, has served well," david taylor. engineers hntb, dec. 26 report blade. unto same company now liircd fix infamous amherst, where construction halted fall 2002 council swears serve city attorney matthew barrett, resident, vows office oborlin municipal court judge tuesday night. barrett only face council, november, replaces at-large joseph gambish. residents living close site about potential problems structure. members former mayor-john higgins's administration hired independently review drawn brunkhorst engineering port reveals triad levy results yankey says respondents overwhelmingly place trust heads paul morton associate editor survey says: saying along. organizational education 'monday, jennifer research group presented voter attitudes toward schools. conducted support possible considered may primary election. used scicntifi- clinton. study revealed 53 errors design. but assistant officer bill franklin engineer kristin cousino publicly blamed firm making similar mistakes spans maumcc river connects bast toledo. counterweights, blade, discovered last winter, setting fabrication steel pago uphold laws ohio thomas januzzi (inset) vote-earner district host community forum tuesday, jan. 17, p.m. amh'jrst junior high school. recent telephone shared, opportunity provide feedback. information, call greg ring 988-4406. cally-selected sample 400 registered voters are likely vote primary. taken areas district, will) interviews (ire shut lui'ner face; costilow keeps old seat hands raised, major players amherst's legislative branch promised evening constitution united stales ohio. "it feels great," after obcrlin januzzi. "i'm looking forward getting my feet wet digging in, really goouundcrstand-ing what's going city." fresh election cycle, departing onc-tenn representative five-way race ut-lorgc scats vote-getter 2,153. vandcrwyden second 2,003, nick brusky earned 1 ,993 votes. gambish, serving one term, trailed slim 80-votc margin 1,913. murk hullman ranked firth just 1,302. his biggest focus coming two years dealing declining state funding loss recycling dollars. comes money end," "that's always how government, tell you much." nine votes meant nil difference world returning ward mark costilow, extensive recount battle challenger steve p'simer. 430-to-421 shoot-out certification stretched mid- between 6 11,2005. among findings survey, almost three-fourths agreed statement, "you skate park rolls ahead ramp plan skntetboardcrs don't lose" hope. nearly background work, grassroots campaign transform dcpaola concrete jungle ramps rails moving slowly surely. "we're definitely forward, it's long process," jan osburn, women pushing officials safer kids ride. shcrri mcarthur county commissioner lori kokoski, osburn putting skaters willing sit clown bike sknlc park. "our initial get these pick types want. then bids work there," she first step brainstorming session 31 public library, trio ideas hand ohio-based firms ways (una. tlic companies bid later hopes break ground late spring. course, won't off without funding, committee expert costs reach $50,000 nnd $80,000. hoping push businesses trying keep sidewalks safe away cars," fundraisers planned, organizers say rely series spaghetti dinners raffles, well private donations. additional cash available form grants through solid waste because constructed entirely recycled materials, osburn. believe what tells schools." five percent strongly disagreed statement. "the schools credibility rating highest we asked question," "typically, 60 agree very good, here, 74 agreed." nddi tiouul 4.4-mill continuing
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2006-01-11|
|Date of Original||2006-01-11|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2006-01-11|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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