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bdc to build braeburn - page amherst news-tim girls' hot streak ends 8 'popping' noise woke rustic hill woman during wood stove fire a sudden popping in the night brought julia evans out of sound sleep and into nightmare. unusual noises smoke coming from lower floors her lane home township around 1:40 a.m. sunday prompted call 911. wood-burning level started blaze that schools will h0nt $2.3 survey experts give 50-50 odds on passing may issue by jason hawk news-times reporter results arc in, but mixed: scientific phone 400 school district residents shows chances 4.4-mill operating levy this would be an even toss-up. "there's basically chance levy," said kathy scvcrinski cleveland-based triad research group, which was hired august examine public attitudes toward finance. "that's not bad result; fact, it's pretty good. dut is it slam dunk? no." crowd 60 (about half were employees show: 91 percent well-informed about its operations. 84 found board education administrators tnistworthy. 38 want state officials fix funding problems columbus. 33 believe waste money. 29 more supportive after learning there has been new funds since 1995. patrick guggenblller jury duty pot bust gets $180 fine for hidden tree resident ill-planned move ranking right up willi saying "bomb" airport or offering cop sip beer traffic stop. unsurprisingly, sheriff's deputies weren't willing "cut him break," as 2 1 -year-old guggenbiller requested when he caught smuggling green leafy substance elyria municipal courthouse jan. 12. guggenbiller, amherst, reporting with pool potential jurors deputy at security checkpoint asked empty his pockets. along loose change set keys, guard small tin box containing suspected marijuana, causing stammer continued 5 caused $100,000 structural damage destroyed $75,000 personal belongings, according chief wayne northeim. "i think sparks, wc don't know certain," said. if stove's grate closed open, there's nothing suspicious here," reports indicate had restocked activists) gathered junior high milan avenue last tuesday hear sevcrinski's analysis. over three-month period, contacted registered voters district's 26 lorain wards male, female data assumed five margin error, scvermski associate, vanessa tey iosuc burgcs & strategists cleveland initial support possible 2006 55 percent, she said, per cent opposing measure . nd 43 supporting have already cut $2 million (lie annual budget renegotiat ed contract salary benefit costs, favor using money buy textbooks supplies. restore tutoring posi-lions. 82 busing. 78 ensure teaching positions cut. library bibliophiles rejoice! year marks century book lending u group dedicated bookworms hard work plan armbruster marathon station senator's oil empire reduced just one eaton location everything kitchen sink gas pumps themselves removed boarded-up shell used armbrustcr's family edge south amhersf, doors intersection routes 58 3 supply a.m., 40 minutes before spread, went bed. escaped house, ii collie-golden retriever shyann died inside heat exposure inhalation. northeim evans' two children time. daughter, betsy, .is student county newly-appolntod prosldont sandy voro listens financial analysis treasurer shirley antol monday afternoon discuss tho finscal outlook initiative. mark 100th birthday celebration library. 1906 local supporters took $10,000 gift steel tycoon patron andrew carnegie (his endowment continues fund libraries pbs today) transformed n sandstone structure spring street designed architect m.o. wurmscr. "carnegie believed people ning should improve physi cally well so building gymnasium floor. reading area quite proper, times required, separate rooms 'ladies gents,'" states passage "amherst's story" robert grenville. first librarian none other than paik namesake maude neiding september served staff 42 years. years under management ohio senator jeffry (r-district 13), who filed chapter bankruptcy protection november 2004. armbnister's county, purchased 2000, absorbed 24 stations across partnership maratiion, oil, true energy north. jvs son, 20-ycar-old curtis, leave okinawa, japan, where stationed u.s. marine corps. flames spread downstairs window hanging rear home, engulfing bedrooms time units arrived pago7 hiilu0n grenville wrote " maintained order pointed finger assertive 'shhhhhh.'" i-iior library, several "reading rooms" located throughout village young could spend evenings studying. 1976, use great addition, much larger original facility, built. now houses vast majority multimedia materials. nation's bicenten intellectually, nial also marked very beginning gradual media shift books magazines audio cassettes vhs tapes record collection. janet turner children's assistant, telegraph road second-tc-last holdout northeast ohio. working industry 1969, lost all station, maratiion 57 82. owned spitzcr management. parent companies enterprises llp pinzone-armbruster inc., both westlake, own 19 lottery , i stovo likely sparks homo. emergency boe takes step put ballot paul morton associate editor philosophy, ask five-year levy, rather continuing election. their regularly scheduled meeting monday, discussed length whether why many districts go levies: because they're near floor," antel. raise year, wait until november. conducted december presented forum tuesday, 17, only levy. ultimately voted unanimously pass resolution asking auditor certify total tax valuation millagc necessary $2315,420 presi- nolding amherst. job remained terminals region, commission disclosures. halted sales 18 businesses. court documents indicated lie owed $43,000 delinquent taxes $9,800 tickets, $198,700 debt shell. federal judge arthur harris 12 dent vorc face losses polls 2004 nnd 2005, seen possibly mon favorable voters. "the future planning committee really felt probably best particular point time," information received told us maybe bettor way go." antel contact auditor's office learned 4.4 mills. although expire years, advantages permanent currently show 54,6 mills duplicate. result house bill 920, 7 today longest continuous employee celebrating 30 september. t
|Title||Amherst News-Times, 2006-01-25|
|Date of Original||2006-01-25|
|Source||LCCN: sn84028333, The Amherst news-times., 2006-01-25|
|Submitting Institution||Amherst Public Library|
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