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44th Year, No. 7
December 15,1993
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Geon seeks home,
tax abatement
from Avon Lake
Community
Pulse
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fly Michdcl Gx«o
Kant more. So sei the City of
Avon Lako rogurdiug mcreational fees
to builders for each constructed dwelling. Jumping the fee from $200.00 to
£1.000.00 por unit is expected to ;{«( tho
attention of area builders.
Duvelopurs in Wostlaku wo:c hit aqualiy hard with Ihu same kind of fee and
sued the city. Tho cuso is still pciufmy
and could have somu impn<:t on Avon
Lake's decision. Rugardles.s, should Ihi;
fee iuci«iis<e be approved you can bctthn
cojl will be passed an to the consumer.
(Soo related story.) 1; "/
Avon and Avon , oka students currently in collwgo catch this'note. If you
arc working on an UNDERGRADUATE
degree or othor training program
lauding to a certificate of graduation
(associate . dogrne or pre-professional
status), and if you are • in NEED of
SCHOLARSHIP assistance now is the
tlmo to act.
Thn AVON LAKE KIWANIS
SCHOLARSHIP LOAN PROGRAM is
accuptiag LETTERS OF APPLICATION with official transcripts (college
level). Applicant* mutt have completed
at loast ono quarter/semester . of accradlted coltegs, level aculomic work
with a projected completion dato. Submit lottur of requoal to;
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Mr. Fniiik Hot-He,
, SocroUry/Tfoasurer
, / Avon Lako Scholarship Loan Program
321 BO Hampton Court
Avon Lako, Ohio 44012
Continued on pttge 18
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Steven gets a computer
Five-yoar-old S^von Roberts oJ Avon Lake will receive a stato-oMho-art compuler designed to enhance his learning ability in a regular kindergarten class,
thanks to gran! money that was recently awarded to Avon Lake. At left is Anna
llg, founder of RASAP (Recognillon, Acceptance and Support ol All PeopiQ), and
Steven's mother, Joan Roberts A model of the computer is set up in the
background. See related story inside. PRESS phcto - MurevIlM Grand*
AVON LAKE - The Coon Company
made a pilch to council on Monduy in
«n efforf to liring ils hnadqutrturs to Iho
city of Avrjn Uiku.
Gcon is asking an obatomunt of tho
S!)!,200 in now rf.'wl and personal properly taxes. Tito abnteniurii Would bii
each ytjar for 10 years. In addition, they
will brins S90.000 in taxes on personal
property ta bu moved to Avon Lute: this
is not pubi«ct to tax abatement. .
By combining tho S91.200 and $90,000
f»r i\ lotnl o( $101,200, Donald
Knechtgcs, Senior Vice Pr«aulont of
CommtTCiol. described it as SO percent
abatement;
Currently, Coon pays ' Si,329.000 in
r«al ustati and pci-sonnl property tnxos
to the city. Thn extra S90.000 would
• rnisu that airount to St.419,000.
The schools would bonofit most if
Gtfon lorntos its huudquurtur.i heru. gaininn $6B.0O0. The county would get
S14.7OO; the cily S9,3i)0,
Presently, Cuon-amploys 240 people nt"
tho Chemical Plant and 171 at the Tucli
Cor.tiuued on page 23
Insurance costs to be cut nearly in V2
By Jim Petraxsl
SHEFFIELD - Council convened in a
•pvcial meeting on Dec. 7 to talk I7ith
two companies who offertjd bids on
health insurance for vitloge etnptoyces.
Sheffield is currently spending ove£153,000 a year tor h»tilth Insurance. The
highest of the bids considered would
cost around $20,000 a yoar.
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"I ihiiik this b a prime opportunity for
.saving money." Blalko said. "We're talking about cutting our pruruiuras almost
in half."
;. Though the insurance piano vary, hero
aro a few of the minimum bonefite evnry
program offers:
• Maximum .nudlcnl bonefits of $5
million per person over a lifetime
(village, employees\<:urr«m]y have S2
million).
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• $30,000 'lifo insurancn- (village
employees prcsctuly have $15,000).
• " Preferred Proyidor Organization Similar to prusani health coverage,
omployofH net maximum benf^Lts from
using a network doctor or hospital. -Thoy
can choose one that is not'on Ihe nutwork, but the coverage is less.
• Prescription curds. Af*a!n similar to
current coverage. Ac with doctors ->nd
hospitals, umployoos save iho most
when using a pharmacy on the network.
The companies represent tho bids:
under consideration. Encit agem is able
lo enter a bid from ouch of the different
insurance provider* ihoy deal with.
Council. Mayor Jerry Hialko and Villugu
Administrator Leo Sheets asked each
agent questions about the respective insurance plans they submitted.
Dave Kleth, of Rioth Insurance in
Lorain, had submitted six different bids.
Council wah interested in two of them:
Principal Mutual and Fortis,
At Iho beginning of the meeting, Rioth
said he had made u mistake in the Prirtcipat Mutuol bid. Ho has the monthly
prerafum listed as S2.444.03. He clalma
the estimates aro correct and only tho
premium figure is wrong.
Mayor Jerry Bialko pointed out 'Sat
figures cannc'. be changed after a bm is
made, and *aid he would chuck with
Law Director Michael Szoksly to sea if
this correction is allowable.
Bruce Nebin. of Todd & Associates in
Cleveland, said, "1 command my competition on tho groups be wont to; I wont
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cd to Mrs. Nownk's salary. 1 was. Her
discrimination lawsuit must hove been
very costly lo woof Avon. All she had lo
do if sho was nut satisfied with the proposed salary was to resign and find a
position with a Salary to her liking that
fit her fine creutmtitils that.you quoted.
I again quote your figurus: Salary fur
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Mr. Hyde • S^.500. Salary of Mrs.
Nowak - $43,000. This shuv.-s a salary
saving of 33.500 in 19IH.
My hustiamJ find I highly ruconuiioml
fitll Hyde • proposed finnncn dirt'clor.
• Custom "Window
Treatments
• Blinds & Shades
•'• Wallcoverings
• Furnituie
Lastly, best of luck to Mayor-elect
Jumos Smith.and all hia administration
for tho oncoming twrm.
Thu opinions expressed herein aro
filiicUy my own.
[ussie M. Root
Editor's Note: Mr. Hydu's salary during bis employment in 1983-tl4 was approximately $23,000.
Thanks for donations
TolheEditon
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I would like to thank the following
bunlnessra of Sheffield Lake.and Sheffield Village For contributing door prizes
for our Family Moth program at-TenTo tho Editor:
nyson Elementary School: Shoreway
Lanes far frao',bowling games coupons; '- I recently had to appear in Avon
Mayor's Court because I was Issued a
Lnkdside Pot Contor for en S3 gift certlckirt for having an "animal at large."
tificate; Big Lots for $10 worth of prizes,
This typo of ticket is not walvtirablo.
such as pencils, markers, crayons, e t c :
Hardooft for frca hamburger coupons;. That was my first complaint. I as at
court at the time atntofc on tho ticket (10
Ften Hut for Froo .
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a.m.). Tho mayor showed up after 10:30.
modlum pizza coupons;' McDonelds for
That was my second complaint. I Ml
free hamburger,: coupons; Earlono'a
thorn waiting for my turn while a person
Hillmark for a $5 gift certificate; end
arrested For possession of marijuana
Subway; for froo sandwich and drink, was fined $100; people Who had bven arcoupons.
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' • • . . . rested for contempt of court for not payTho managers of these establishments " Ing Finos from previous court, apwure kind and courteous in donating
pearances wore ftnwi less that, and a
throw prizes. Tholr generosity helped to.
moke nut FnmuVMath progranva big : few people who wore thero because they
were involved in.car accidents and had
success for our students and parents.
no insurance were HIIO fined-less than
Again, thnnk you! Your generosity la . , tho
First person. Then it was my turn. I
greatly appreciated. •
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a fine of $120 ($100 tor the dog and
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S20 court costs] because my dog got
'TeacherftFamily Math Coordinator,
loose. I would llke'to know what nonso
that mokes. I find this totally ridiculous.
I had to lose two hours of time from.
. work lo go to court for a tickot for a dog
' and I got tho. highest fine, for Ihu
TDthfc'Editbi: .:' . . '" .
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I had hoard from a fow pen^lo that
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".Ex finance director. William .Hyde,
tholr dogs and were lot go with much
will bo recycled."'
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lower Fines than tho one I got'and in
I am tun) Mi'-' Hyde' folt Ilka a used
'c»amu cases, no fine at all. just a warning..'/
aluminum cnn].' •
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They must hravo been Friends of.the
Bill Hydo Is our friend of many years.
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I am glad-Avon has voted, in a now
greenhouse business. Ho is kind, lioncat,
mayor, and I hope ho can. mako somo
a)if]:dependahlo..I do not remember any
changes in the procodurea In the Avon
criticism when ho wasiflnnnco director
"Mayor's" Court.
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Name wlthhulct-b; request
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Avon Lake
•ityU: of ;in invan'-uinmr.i; author. At.tuilii-s inrltni-.-il ii
review tit' map skills l)w, identification nt the
Mitirlimlitfs.iiiut (liffiTirrii.i-s u[ I lie plains ri^iiins of tin;
United Stiiti"i4 cliaractuT studies. .Jtnl mnin idiws of tho
ntury.Tint ctiiliiri'n also iduntini.'cl tho- vi!f>eiutiim in !li«
ariMs, i;S|'n;(;ia!ly wild flowers which tht'y studied iinti
roporlutl on it; flicir Ll;j««itii.irt:s. Mrs. [jekson ;md Mrs.
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Whiluht'iid Irttin th« Lorair* County Histuritis! Socinty
visited the classes lo sliart1 piunt>ur litoof Ohio us u [i<irt
of their unit. A cunipurftori study'was also *iri;ntnptishod throujth the viuivin£ of the myvit*. Sarah Plain and
T.iihantl the hook. A <ttiill wus stitchud a% a culminating
activity for the unit. The si;(|uunt:i!!> of the stor>- wore
reviewed and presented in a "Wrdding" quilt for Sarah.
Stitch by stitch, tint children renwmburud the details of
ihe book and fondly ciiresst-d tht; lasting mumoritis that
Patricia MacLachlan created with her writing.
City Schools
SCHOOL CALENDAR
Thurs.. Doc- ^16. 7:30 p.m. - Avon Lake High School
Vocal Music Concert - Auditorium
Mon.. Doc. 20 - Eastvicw Holiday Concert
TUBS.. Dec. 21 - FIRST DAY OF WINTER
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FIFTH GRADE. Mrs. Cwraci's, Mrs. GnundtV. and
Mrs. Jcrmstad's Classt-a. Tim fifth grade has been very
busy fjcploring new knowledge. We've been studying
the different explorers since tho Ice Age using the CO
ROM for a reference tool. Everyoiiu has hud an opportunity to utilize tho CD ROM to gather information. Wo
created life-size, paper-doll explorers to accompany our
"research. We've recently completed u unit on spiders
and wrote spider stop-book reports. This was certainly a
creepy-crawly experience. Did you know thero urn more
than 50,000 different species? WO'VQ just finished a
wonderfully, L-aptivating book entitled Tho View From
the Cherry Tree by WiHo Davis Roberts. If you enjoy u
good mystery. Ihe fifth grade encourages yori to read
thb selection. We're involved in cooperative learning,
especially teams/games/tournament. This gives us a
chance to review for tests and quizzes in a fun and
meaningful way.
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Student Council is off the ground nt Westvtuw end the
plans include helping with Classical lunch, stilling
school supplies on Wednesday morning, and a Poinsettia Sale as a fundraiser,
Tho Wesiview staff wishes .i Mnrry Christmas to the
entire A.*on Luke learning coimnuniiy.
WESTVIEW ELEMENTARY SCHOOL. The staff at
Westview continues to implement a whole language
program- We havo purchased multiplu copies of many
social studies and science titles to correlate with units
teachers have developed,.
KINDERGARTEN. M.-s. Simmons Class. We know
that we are writers because we completed a five day
journal about reelings. And, we know that we are
readors because wo can read The Three Little Pigs and
It Looked Liko Spilt Milk. We hear that our families are
enjoying our class book. Children. What Do You See?
Watch for our second class book to float in liko a cloud.
Our daily Dooklook gives ua an opportunity to choosu
tm-icturosling book to read in class each day.
FIRST GRADE. Mrs. Fairchild's. Mrs. May's and
CAREER SHADOWING AT LEARWOOD. LearMrs. Paddock's Classes. As first grade was jiondi'ring
pumpkins, we discovered many interesting things wood Middle School had its annual nighih gradu Career
through experimentation. Pumpkins have many mom Shadowing Day on Nov. 22-24. Students were given an
•- seeds than we estimated, and they tasted butter fried opportunity to ohadow a purson with a career in which
than wo thought they would. Wo enjoyed reading Pum- they wore interested or wanted to exploro. They spent
pkin* Pumpkin, as well as other pumpkin stories and sc- (ho day observing tho kind of work their adult did. Thiy
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quencod how pumpkins grow, and we road Buzz. Said also conducted an interview with their adult.
the Ben. and we saw a real bed hiv-e and studied bee
1 spent the day shadowing Avon Lake's Larry Mumhabits.
ford, a fifth grade teacher at Moislur Elementary in
' SECOND GRADE. Mrs. Deasy's. Mrs. Dragony'o, Loruin. It was a day I'll never forgot. Spending a day
and Ms. Prickctfd Classes. Bean have been the Ihorrm with hildron from all different backgrounds is
for tho second grade classes. We identified the problem something 1 think overyono should experience. It was
and solution, setting, characters, and main events in the also fun to shadow Mr. Mumford because hu is a
books Irn Sleeps Over, A Birthday Blko for Brimhall. wonderful teacher and really enjoys his students.
Blueberries For Sal, and Big Bad Bruco. Wo learned
I hope next year's eighth grado has as much fun as.I
about bear* In science and made and read a chart to did!
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compare them. We used a key to interpret a map of
Kylene Thomas
. whom bean livo In North America. The second graders
Learwood Middle School Eighth Grader
. enjoyed doing sorao "beary" good writings in response
to tbo literature.
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THIRD GRADE. Mrs. Janko and Mrs. Hermensky.
Ward 3 Councilman. Mr. Yurmanovich, visited Mrs.
)a.tko's claasroora as part of our dry government study.
. Ha explained the ganorat function of various levels of
' the Avon. Lake government, and tho role of a councilman. Wo complofod reading Mouse and the Motorcy•cJe and Humana the Pest, and have bogun Ralph S.
[Mouse, and Matilda. Jamea and tho Giant Peach Is our
"foot Tor fun* book mad together. We're also writing
and Illustrating short paragraphs entitled "My Special
Pot* to be sent to Scholastic Magazine with the hope
that one class will btr selected for publication. Oral
. reports will be presented on endangered animals in
science. Mr»..Hernionsky*s class read James and tho
Giant Pooch'. The bogk is a fantasy about a boy who lives
. . with bis two mean /ints because bis parents were killed
••' by tin enormous rhino from the London Zoo. He goes on
an adventure Inslae tin enormous peach and meets
*omo giant insect! Inside the peach. We lu&rned about
iniocti, Bnglund, nnjTweather. We also work together
in tribos of Tour students on many prefects. We learned
Nicolo Sando and Am-ida Jenkins pose with
. nbuut map skills W/created paper macho globes in our
'•t tribe*. Working together is a secret to success.
- Amanda's fa'her, Charldb Jenkins, who is employed
at Providence Hospital in Sandusky.
FOURTH GRAOE. Ms. Rlcotta's.
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.Fourth Grade Clares. Tho wagons rolled Westward in
the fourth erode.TiNp children hopped aboard a pioneer
SCHOOL LUNCH MENU (Subject to Chanjp)
wagon ana travelediram the coastal plains of Maine to Due.
20 • Hot Hoagy w/Choeso-Lettuce-Tomato, Chicken
the cmtral plains of Ohio :o tho interior plains of Kan- Noodle
Soup. Choice of Fruit, Milk.
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sas through Ihe pages of the book. Sarah. Plain mid Tall
by Patrlcifl:MacLachlan. This literature unit providod -Dec. 21 - Pizza. Mixed Vegutolbes. Fruit Salad. Popper:
tho children tho opportunity to explore the settlement of mint Patty. Dove BUo, Milk,
tho plains region, as well as identify the unique writing Doc. 22 - NO SCHOOL - HAFPV HOLIDAYS!.
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our Girt Scuut Silvur Aw art!. Our Silvur
Award i'rojt'ct indudt-d [tl.intnin ai
(-•vernret'n ireu at thi* Slicfliuld ..._„..
Kirc LU'p;jr'mmt with th« liopts thiit it
will one day xrow into u community
CUSTOM FRAMING
Iruii.
BOLO-fle on trie Loo*o t
Pro-Field Intofrooatodi; •
DWhOrivmg Wrote Intort 'tod
HCC-No Cause Icr Comi1-1 bit
Blip. Unlt-Otswtaricd Ufi 1
DUt-Orntrtf; Undor the IHMUWKI?
NOV. 2B.
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! fX)55 • A traffic atoo on Rt. 111 west ot East River
•i Rd. lor expired olattsaiso fotjndft.o'ownef'drive*
torav«an acttvo war inn! out t ' l o n m Polio? Dept
Warrant was confirmed and m;ik> subset release!
to Lorain Police
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0 3 3 * • A traffic atop on Colorado AV*. rourxl a
. male suspect lo Bo *tvina undw the influence and
was wrostod. Oondod out same .
203£ - A pdtro) officer rvparbng u i MVA witrt no
• injuries on Rt. 2 S J .
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residence on Afcco Rd. tor a male »*' i was hunting
and now fedown paaaXto Ntart nti.• * . One male
9uti»-1 trsnsoortwl to Syria M^nod 'Hospital far
, treatment •
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2 0 5 0 - An alarm company reporting i . alarm drop
al a local bv^rzn on Oat/ort Rd. Ol \ « f » found
Itw bufcfcniwxired.
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2 2 4 0 - A l r t f f c K o p o . T A b 6 o R d . a o d i •', 254 for
araitvd ptetra abo found » mate BubfdcT b turw a
warrant out of OOomod PoBce O«pt. Wl;'tint was
conAmed and subtcct was placed und^'l'iBSt
and bonded ou! aarne.",
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First, we would like lo tiiimk our
s (also our mums) fur thufr support
ap.d for dtiviiij; us alt nroitmi. Wu wuuld
ulw like to thitnk Mayor Hialko for lib
seal of approv.it and the Slw(fii>Id
Villiiijc Firufiighlurs for holpinji ut
chau^t! :1IL> •situ. Li-itty. wo wov-(d like tu
give an uxtru BI(J tliank you lo Mr.
Richard Kunary of Kanur>" Ui:ubciipiti]t
Fur donating llin (too iind giving us instructions on proper planting.
Without all of you our project would
•-lot have bean possible. We 'iiupu you
"will continue to support Cirl Scouts.
Thank you again.
Stnfanic Ncuman & Janot Stout
Cadettc Troop #345
Feels an apology
is in order
To the Editor:
The following letter is a response to
T.M. Riak's letter that appeared in last
week's Press.
NOV. 3 0 . • ,
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0243 • Lorain PoBce OnpL conhminfl a \«-.vrant • I could not road your letter to ;ho
editor of The Avon Lake Press titled
out of our Po8c« OepL on a mato subject W' \\had
"Not broke? Don't fix II" (12/8/93)
stopped. Warrant confirmed and mnto s.^fect
reloased to our FMSce Dopt.
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without informing the citizens of Avon
1009 - Pato.' Officers raeoonded to reports t'.i en
the truth.
MVA mm n' Ir^urlea on R l ^54 and Gutt Rrl. U\'.»
Your comment that tho Avon School
omcers arrival they roquested the RoscusS<ii,^
Board, especially Jim Smith, wanted to
tor onn suCject. No transport at this Oms.
W -\
soli thu Middle School property is 100
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,0005 - ^ loot btisir>u ori £v«ror«en ParkwayA.::
percent incorrect.
qutaOnO t h * Roscim Squad for a female with t i \
A committee of about 12 citizens of
poulbto broken ' tog. Ono female subJocV'
transported to EJyrta Memorial Hospital ,for, \ Avon mot 15 evenings to Rcnuratc
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\\ recommendations on the besi' aptrvstment, ;
,\\p roaches to providing long range
DEC. a;
1130 * A resident on French Creofc Bd. reguosfino \ i facilities far the Avon School system, t
the Rcscuo Squad for an etterty fomale who hits \ Lvas chnirntan of the committee.
M e n and unette lo QH up. C m temale subject \\ The commltts* offored Lho recommentransported to St. Joe's Hospital for tmtmenl.
1924-OurPoac«D«pL received a 9-1-1 hano-u? \\ Intlon lo soil tho Mlddl« School to tho cif.-i. Neither the zity fathers nor the Avon
cal from a rssktonco on Abbe Rd. Everything was
'toard of Education (Jim Smith- Pre-fi, 2 0 4 8 - A trtffic stop or. East R h w Rd. and Arbor
(innt) felt that it was prudent. ,
Rd. tor waiving: Also found the drivertob« C+ring
- VVr think jam'owe tho mayor-elect an
under the Wloenc* and was placed undsr wroat
ap-tlogy.
for wsaVng. tXJI and consumlno.ti a motor
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out of our Poftca Dtpt. on a mato subject thoy had
• stopped. Warrant confVmtd and subiect retoased
toourPoBceOtpi. and bondad out same. •
0S5S - A local buaJneso on Detroit Rd. requesting
th« Rtscue Souod for,« mato who has fainted and
la exportoncina dfflcufDOt bnothlng. One mate
suUect tnmapCTtrtto Eryria Momorial Hospital for
t r e a t m e n t
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. l-90.MBibound. No bi|urk» «t this time
1419 • Our PoBca Dopt. rvcfltvod A Q-1 • 1 can from
n resktont on HarnK Rd. requesting tho Rescue
Jqrjad tor a tomato with a possible stroke. One
•fenioto lrwwported'to St. Joe's Hospital for
. tnvaUmonL,
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14S9 - A tocst buainew on Cokvndo Av*. r»aunBtlna a patrol ofi^or for a female displaying a
wwwen. Ons femot* sublflct arrested for corrytttt)
a conosaled weapon and bonded out same.
all frtinicd art
select framed art
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I would like to thank the porson turning in tho money I inadvertently droppod at Rini-Rogo*(t on Nov. 18. You lose,;
sight, of humanity and rob thorn of Irusl
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Avon Lake, Oh
Study on raising city's impact fees complete
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eOV OUR QUALITY
TREE!.. i
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HOURS;
, Man. ihtmrfii frL tJ-« p>m.
**t. & Sun. 10 «jn- la B p.m.
FREE!'
a u f; .1^ nd s caping
AVON l.AKK - A study on reasons fur
tin; rccr-.uiliun.il i:u[J.u:t ( w . !i;is
d in thi: recommendation tu incruurw thi; current S200 Fee per dwelling,
tu Sl.OUd pur each sin«lu family unit.
<ind S~35 par oauh inultJ- family or mullil
unit.
A recreational impact fu« b n fea
charged to developers for f.ach rwsiJcnli.il unit built. The Cue is di'ucuted
limurd a special recruiilia:i;il irtist fund
that can bt: used fur the purchase of par*.
!aivi drui fur impravL-mi.'iit of (idditionul
public rue tea lion facilities
I'rrueiitly, there is more (hop 5200.000
iti the fund. The purpose of the fund is
lo •iltow the city to ktiyp up with recreational demands us more people tnovo into th*t city and further oxcit local park
resources.
The sludy was completed by Professor
Alan Welnstein of Clevbland, Siat-t
University. Weinstein said thurc is a
significant und increasing shortfall in
recrvjtiona! facilities in Avon Lake.
"It will worsen us develop mo nt inc r e a s e in the southeast portion of the
cii}-." he said. "Having nine acres per
every 1.000 peopla would bring us up to
>nuff."
The population in Avon Utico this year
is estimated to be 10.1S6. und is pro-
?rlOOMerchinU
N E W merchandise arrives weeklyfrommanufacturers
* Area's Largest selection of OAKfnrnihue
, Yccr BEST niw forbeifrwai, siLicg rocro, tj^fcec, pfis tables, cunos, daL 1 r:ort
"* "Video Game Systems Bay New or Trade your old games. All major brandi
* Jewelry - area's LOWEST Gold prices; costume, serai-precious and
Plus Silver and Marcasitc jewelry.
[jveQnsbaIi
•ftfeblBltaf -iiitwiFto •VinciUm) | Collectibles
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O««. 34-10
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36-10 am to 6 pm
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'Yiw i:asi_- luii liri-n [>4>!ii!iii« !tjr ypvi-r.il
month*. Avon UiWt! tTity l.:\w I)iri.i:Utr
Russell I'riivi-n/.i saiil hi' wouldn't !>«.
Hurprisi-il tu so- Wi;\tl.ikr'*
Cijs»t pn>ciH!<l
;ill thf wuy in (In1 Ohio Supreme Court.
Witm.'ssiiij' %vhiit i*i !i>ipi><-ii!ii|4 !o
WL'Sttalkv. A vim l-iiki.' was mi vised to
compile proper ducumt'initlioM JMKI
rvsiMriih ii: ordt-r to justify nusinK il.t
fit--*, before doing MI.
Mayor Vincent Urbin s<tid noun of the
local tlfvelofjcfs were in atlt;ntianutt to
lnr.ir thw presetituliu' Tuostlay, Due. 9.
.dthough they vvonj ii(iti[i»^!, except for
Bucky Kopf who camu hoforu tho comniissiun jn regiird to anwthcr project.
llowt'vr... Urbin said ifevclopcrs have
iihvays ruspoiulcd with the aa-iit: ruaction whui) told iho city is uondcring anr
incr«ast; in rtmrualionnl impact fees: " I
you want to increaue thw rt'cru^lional
feu. Finn:.show nan plcn."hesuid. rctatlcummunl.v
City Council hired Professor ••
tc^r^uprjn the recomirientldtion from
prelims city piannitr and the law djfM>'-s?
tor. Council
budgeted between %$Xm"'&,
uiui Sfi.ooc1 for Weinstein to compile t h s ^
stutly,
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Weiastein said the sad truth ia that'B?
Avun LaWu didn't raise its fee a number*^
of years ago when the building b. >m':'"
ivus in full force.
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The draftfld ordir-nce Wetnsteinr
uutborud calli for the ee schedule to b«'
rijvicmxJ *t least every tun years. • •:'.'•*
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h e -i- . uission will review the draft'ij
Hud share th*> study with City Ccuncfl.'•#•"
Jn other business
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BFGoodrich and The Cent] Coi
Planning Commission approved ~
split rvtiuested by Goodrich. Tbo .
was necessary to foster the wparationTL,
the Geon Division of Goodrich ieta'ttfli
own. individual company-asVpajBtfoii^is
which took place this past 3prlng.'Tl»^
request had been tabled trumaprevij^t
nieoting. Tho property is located on t W
south side of Walker Koad *rtftpf•
Moore.
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Kopfs rcspon«« was similar. "I can bo
the b«st supporter In the world if I know
there*» a business plan," he said. "?-Vhat
ure we going to get? When arc we going
to set it?" fc-tasked.'
"The priciTof lond will «o up quicker
than the time it take.* to ROI the money
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(to finance more recreational fciciliticsj,'*
• After a few go-rouniHs with nwtti^S
Kopf painted out.
Planning Commission munibors asked proper submission requlrementv;ilrt;|
Kopf if .his homo buyers are aware th« commission approved the issuance cftiS!
developer must pay $200 toward the zoning ponriit for Realty Ono to'eracTit?'
5.568 square-foot building on the ioiBK§*city's tccroationnl trust fund.
side of Walker Road, just acrass frenrffl^
"The buyer'is aware in our case." present location in the Landlnat,'//'-';*
Kopf said. "Other builders do not
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disclose. Most sales peoplo probably try variance had buant
Board of Appeals, so the reqtuwt wolg*
to hide it." he replied.
back to tho Planning Cominisslatrwliojf
Kopf noted the downturn in the was pleased'with subsequent,n
uccnnmy and the huyurs' market thiit
currently exists, tic pointed out the to tho plan. Revisions included.
the driveway so it curved behind U» .»^-;,
other impact fees that builders must pay
back, and leaving enough spade tartfttfE
such as stuvur and water Impact fees,
truck to have access lo tho JfrontofT"
and how those fees have increuscd. Last
year, at lun.it orm of those foes churged
building.
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by the. Utilities .Department increased
• The commission approved the
significantly.
piat plan and zoning
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He Indicated the foas make tho priess Construction to build
of humes evun higher, resulting In fur* .units in Westwlnds
thcr market shrinkage. In addressing Tho. homes will bo located _
Kopfs concerns and (hoso of other 1 Drive. Maritime Court and Co
uevclupurs. Mayor Urbin emphasized Court.
that tho city's Recreation Commission is
• Tho finai plat plan and
working fovorishly to zero in on plans
fora multi-purpose (oenmtiono! facility. the improvemont pinna for The R
of
Avon I-ako Subdivision, (phawlj
The commission merits twict- A month
approvod. • Phasa one • consists
now. Urbin snid. Ho suggested
devolopcrs attend the Rec. Commission sublots nlong
p
meetings to provide input on tho types-' Crestwood Urivo and
of mcreation new home- buyers are clo. Thoi main entrance to"the.;
sloa is locaind on tho north
seeking.
FoIIowiog Kopf's remarks,, commis-. Walkor Road wost of Avon Boldwi
Karen Mihalik, M.D.,
accepting new patients
Specializing in OB/BYN: infertiWy
IncontlMnce
Care
.Dr. Mihalik received hcrimedical
.degree from'Wrlght State University
and recently completed her
internship-and residency at
MacDbnald Hospital for^JComcn,
University Hospitals of Cleveland.
Her affiliations include thi Ohio •;
State and American Medical
Associations and the American
College of Obstetrics and , '
Gynccology.
Suite 201, Gates Medical Center
125 East Broad St., Elyria
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EMII ftrgiomit Mniletit r;*,U*r
lor appointment call 329-7375
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rt.ir tuimplctiun and update of the cil'/t'nj
cjinpruhtmsivi; plan which would-*— '•
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AVON LAKE
Sheffield/Sheffield Lake News !' KLINGSHIRN
FINE GIFT IDEAS
choose from
By Jo Ann McFall
Phase sum! ail itums for this column
to |o Ann McPiill. 552'J F.. Uke Kooil.
Shiifiiuld I.aU*. 0 ; . 4-105: or call
949-5531 and leave a rw.'ssajju. Thu item
must be ruuvivthi boFori> naon on ihu
Wednesday befbrti'it is to bo. in the
paper.
Volunteers Ntcded. Tim Hrookside
High School/S huff it'll] Mkldiu School
Athletic Boosters arc in (he protest of
beginning a major fundraiser. We would
Ilko to start a bingo game to benefit thu
athlatus of the district. To do (his. wo
need an experienced person or persons
knowledgeable in ihr. set-up of bingo.
IF you aro interested In volunteering
some time to bonufit tho sports pro-
nf both scluioN.
call Pat
Holiday Rccoss. ShuiKelil/LuUSdiuots will In.' out for holiday rucess
from l>:c. 22 through Jan. 2. School will
»..'Ki[i again on Jan. :\, iyS4. Have a <j*fe
and happy vairatioiiCoratnunity Civic Council. Tiitrre will
be MO Community Civic Council
mueting during the month of Uucumlxr
due to thu holidays. Mfiulings will
resume in January.
Cookie Sale. The Sheffield Lake
United Church of Christ will havu a
Cookie 'Jalo on Dec. 18 at 9 a.m. The
church is located at 603 Sunset. Call
Mildred Cook. 5M9-5546 for any further
information.
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Avon Police Log
iti Varieties of Wine
3 Champagne
Custom Holiday Labels
with your personalized greeting
Attractive Gift Packaging for
one, two or three bottles .
S
Novelty Bottle Racks,
Wine \3 lasses, and more.
WINERY INC.
UPS Packaging and Delivery
33050 Webber Road
A'/on Lake, Oh. 44012
Phone: (?.I6) 933-6666
(tn Oliio only)
Store Hours: 10 to 15 daily,
cfoseti Sunday* uxl Holiday*
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0634 -DMVEBJ-9C U 154 1J2 mm
0905 - 0MV Mite Rd. al VFW
0924 • Vandalism on KVuel
QOA-Gooa OnArrtvnl
\JTL-Ur.dtt» to Locate
• 028 - Domestic on Bramfclewood
, HViWWotoi Vohicto AccUmt
2057 - Car vs D«jr ViB I-W at courty Mno.
' BtE-Brsaklng & Enrtrtr^
2139- DMV ^BQ a! county ino ,
.BOLO-B* on Cx Lookout
2149 - Hunting complaint Jaycox botwe«n Rt.
254 a Tracks. UTL.
n t V f W d Werrogiiied
2 l 49 - Hunting complalitt Matfe be!ween CTteator
DW)-0nving YMto kWoxlcaled
NCONo Cause for Complaint
*ftt254. UT1_
2230 - DMV 1-90 «a3I Ol Ftt 611.
2351 • TrsHir. slop on MiKsr Drnor arrested for
DUHMvkig Under Sw Influence
DEC. 3
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0025 - Dew struck on Rt. 6 ' 1 iioHh ol BP
0t53 - Susoldcus vflNde on Detroit by SR 83
0712-DMVSR S3 overpass
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Checked OK.
D949 - Squad run "o Moon Rd.
0907 - 0MV EB 1-90 owl of 5P. 83
1009 • Lockout o.-iEK&iDelh (,•-.
-• 1023 • Lockout al French Creek Tavern
1121 - Oomeitbc on ScrmvU Rd. Choc^«<J OK.
*832 - Largo Smb n roadway al Rt. 254 & Mom
1845 - DMV Rt. 2S4. wost ol tracks
Rd.
10M-OMV(-S0SFrl. QM
1843 - DMV WB i 90 at IS5rrm
t B57 - Largv partv on Parkview
DEC. 7
2030 • C«T In the nett SR 83 across from Bob-O1352 • MVA Jaycox A Crmstw
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1 f)10 - MVA Hi. 754 a M«Jdto School
0t56 • Traffic stop Ri- 254 Just \c.ta Lie Village.
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ixt#at arrwted for DUI.
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I, 0339 • BP reporttnu u ouapttioca vcfucie at tfw 1344 • MVA SR 83 & Rt 254
1758 - Van in median 1/2 rnilo weal of Rt. 611
staUon. Ctw<f»aOK. . ••
2056 -Squad run to Detect Rd..residence,
092 a • LaroSfetoca or pintle ir. me ditch ort Sfl 83
2348
• Co- vs door MiHer scutn ol trucks
by EngMi CrneM blockjno ttw water.
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0942 - Oomeslc on Candtewoud. Criecked OK.
0820
Car va daer Rt. 611 3 1-90 , ,
1421 - MVA Rt 254 & French CfMk w.'ln|urk>9.
1029
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1S35 - MVA on Schwartz Rd.
1616 - Lockout on Jayco*
, 1849-MVA on Scrrwnrtznd.
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Doflniticna of some of the eWmwiawons found
to the Polfce Logs.
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a Christmas Tradition... Put a Train tnnJar the Tree.
G«t^teItKetlytaTr3inSetreg.l350
NML; Train S8t by Ma^«g. «215 now t 9 4 *
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PUSS over 30 mot* Train SetstochocM ttom
i faotura Tho Bait S«l«ction in Radio Control
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ML' s;tni [;,,. wili i.fjt run utility's uut to tht? porch, bu! simply wjnl-s to t-iiclose it,
uni)..iil'.tf(l th.it his porch t?\ti>nd<. Jinir foul ii»t.v iht: suttMcV..
"Tilt1 SjutKlur hits aright io build thecundo llui! wny. bul tin* poor OWIH.T is stuck **
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purdi.-;. uhilu utliurs art; not. dupumiittK o n how the hume is. situated.
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Uourd ur AppoaU has rufusfd his vuriancu. hu is out S100 bucauso the enclosure'
company would unly rudind S7P0.
Stiim* City CouncilinL-mbers symjiatliizud wllhVilk.. uml snid thu codes need to be
reviewed, but tot now. ihu only rt'cuurso hti has U to pursue small claims court. ar>
rnrrtint} to tho law.director.
fle//e/ for families in need
Day of Betnlj
Gift Certificates AnlUUe
THE HAIL AMD
BODY STA"
AVON LAKE - Mayor Vincent Urbili is asking local families who are axporteacing economic hardships tiver Ihe holidays to call the city. 933-.6S41. The famllici wiH
t)c rprorred to the Community Resource Services organization anrL'or Northeast
Uirain bounty Social Servicos. who will aiisUt them.
CBDOSE R3D5 01WK4 CKAGE COMBIHA37OJVS
I » OJTujiAftntftoKe^w/ Casio PtAiqe of tSO or more
Sewer rate hike, not water
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Phone In Your GItt CERTIFICATE Orfer.«
Tb Scfect The Combo i^cio^e For That
Special Someone ond We'll Mali It
Directly 7b YOUl
AVON LAKE - Sewer Committee Chairman Michael Yurir.anovlch wanted to
clarify hat >he utility hike Avon I-iko residents will see in January is tn sewer raton.
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r K JV s ' n M . ^ " c W C o o n closod its PVC production lino earlier this year, tho
w£? lu ?yu b s t na n tai » ! "V 0 ""? b o c a u s e l h ° PVC line was a nw|or water user.
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COUNTKTSmE PLAZA
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AVON LAKE MEDICLINIC
Urgent Care & Family Practice Occupational Health Ssrvices
- No Appointment Necessary
For Business/Industry
Most insurances Accepted
• Physicals
Off SIto X-ftay & Lab Facilities
New Patients Welcome
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.•AVON LAKE - Snow will bo removed from driveway aprons, the part of the
dnvmvay located on ciiyright-of-way,as a result of paving city strata. To sign uii
for th, S5 ervic^call Avon LakoCity Hal at 033-Gi41. Information will bo
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ing unable to ihove! s.iow. Please a i 8 . : up as
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as possible for this service.:
Sheffield Lake Meetings
S H E F F : E L D LAKE-The fallow-
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• Wednesday. Doc. 15 - Northoast Lorain County Social Services, meets at the
Civic Center. 7:3(1 p.m.: -Zoning Board of Appeals - 8 p.m.
• Monday. Ooc^20 - Board cf Trustees meets at Civic Center, 7:30 pjn..
• Tuesday, Dc-c.21 - Finance CommKtec, 7 p.m.: City.Council work session, 8
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Area food distribution
CRYSTAL SALE!
Financing
90 Days Same
As Cash
Available
SHEFFIELD LAKE - Northeast 7>orafn County Social Services reports for the,
month of October; 70 peoplu received home-delivered meals. In total. 1,270 meals
worn d.diverud in Avon Loktf: 497 In ShofHeld Lafco; and 58 in Sheffield.
The U.S. Department of ARrieuIturu supplied 198 arou households with govnrn->.
mont commodities: 31 hotm-holds In Avon. 79 in Avon Lake, 83 in Sheffield Lako ;
und Rvo in Sheffield Thirty-1 wo emorgency food boxes were also doKvorod: five In ••
Avon, six in Avon Laju^. rhrefi in SliBffi»jId ond 18 in Sheffield LaVo.
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Tood and othur items over the Thanksgiving, holiday.
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will host a holiday party on Saturday. Dec. 18 from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. at Shorewny;
Lnnes. Them wilt be bowling, a gift drawing, Christmas cnrolers and free',
refrnshments. The event Is a joint celebration with the local Walkln* and Whoelles'j.,
peer recreation and support group.'.
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For Uhawtion
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BEAUTiFUL CRYSTAL BUTTERFLY JEWELRY BOX
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Opon Evanlnq»_By Appointment
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Area-wide Coordinating Agency) will provide 00 percent of tho cost for a traffic.c.
' study at the corner of Rudwooti and SR 83. Tho city is trying to find out if it meats'
' tho utate standards lo warrant a rod/yeltow/green traffic light at tills intersection.
The study has beonjlorie onco beforo. but the standard could not bo met. ' - , . :
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place, and officials believe tho n^indard to warrant o traffic signal may now bo met.
Thocost of the study is $1,500 with NOACA footini! 5t,350 of the bill. :p
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Rose abatement hearing set
AVON - A. public hearing on the 10 year, 75 percent t&x ubutoment requostorl by
A.J. Roso Company Is scheduled for Doc. 20 at 7:00 p.m. The company plans (o build
a metal stomping plnnt at thy northeast corner or Mcuro and Chester Koads.
Public Bike Auction
SHEFFIELD LAKE - There will bo a public bike auction on Saturday, Dec. 18. at 0
a.m. Losrt blcyclos will bo nuclionpd. Plonse call City Hall, 04y-fl590
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Sheffield
Sheffield Lake
City Schools
;?'hi- i:!ii!iin:n i>ri|»iy luulung Hit- p a r t «<f ('•Uiriiii-* J ' I I I
iiii.nis .is thi-v n'tull tht: slury of o u r v r r v lirsi-
Fourtli Grade Pilgrims. Standing (led to right) Moi"y
Jones. Rosemary Soeder. Marlyrta Scarv^Ui. Jessica
Trlgg. Brittany Taylor. Seated: Miko Carter. DarreH
Bryant.
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TENNYSON POETRY HRZAK. Thi* week** "Po«fry
Wreak" is done by Miranda N^hls and Sluphanie
Allison. They're in Mrs. StotwinsklS third grade class.
They dressed up like twins and tuld whul it was like to
be twins for a day.
Mrs. Szaz's A.M. & P.M. classes.
The annual Knollwood parly childhood
T h a g
fwit was a big success. The last two weeks of
Novumbor tho 'children baied and cooked many
delicious dishe* in preparation for'the big cvtmt. Tho
menu included itovo soup, cheasy corn muffin*,
homemade butter, cranberry bread, corn pudding and
pumpkin cookies.
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plays. They w e n then treated to food and drink.
Upon leaving they took with thorn full tummies, good
memories and a recipe book of all the wonderful food
we prepared.
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CORRECTION. It was'rupoiiud in lust week's Press
that Krioilwood'* .Gingiu bread Christmn* program
would tM» held on Dec. 18 ut 2 p.m. Tho correct date is
Dec. ID, 2 p.m. in Knoilwood's Multi-Furposo Room.
Tho Press regrets tho error.
LOOKING FOR GREAT AUTO,
HOME, BUSINESS AND UFE SERVICE?
YOITVE FOUND™
penfound
insurance
THE FIRST THANKSGIVING AT FORESTLAWN.
Mrs. Ford's fourth grade class at Forestlawn Elementary presented their annual p!ay entltlted, "Tho First
Thanktalvicg."
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The ploy tolls thw*. Vry of the Pilgrims and (hoir'ifoin
the Now World. The first Thanksgiving foartt Is
colobratt-d with Governor Bradford speaking. Pilgrims.
and Indians and even the audionco joining in with
Thanlugivtng songu.
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ARIES (Mir. Il-Apr.21) vou w
I'JJ to you Yl« wciJd be'a uooo1
iwnl il iro'jii! upci up d AtwjW f1^
atfiOf ih.ir Oivioatocy bucau-i*
time lo 3o icmePw
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Uancii, trv not to attfc on »cw partner's fool
TAURUS (A;W. S2-«»y 22) An irwoatrror,! CCKu/vl (My oft berc-o i
Cnfistjna.sandgiv->^ualit»e«'tiomonev Voti^JIcetttrew vts^cn of wMt it s all ifceut b«f=fp ^ » rn)« yuaf Ev«ryff>>rtfl nwy 30cm to t » i
,ju>ri\] ATOKU new C*J* 'l vau'l! rarg m mere, trvngs wD turn around and *
fju wli tut !t tvew twflcn Delore yow bwtfidv.
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GEVlNt (May 23-Jun* 71> You wH) b« attracted to sonMrane who c
;wrrr.aliy wooWni loch a! you ttnee. Cc! >< youil Kooo your PCMW,1
sar-iStHing cooJd ilevflteo. Voo trwy ha*« 'o wbitrato a dispute wnen
you aro unwiUy ttwj on« c,3u**iQ touWo Your irauol cuic^c IBCOB may.
abandon you UHS wceK^od
CANCER fJun« 22-Julj 20J Yoo and your nwl-*r rrtr/ finolfy agroe
or. son^trung aitour Ine horn* Watch out lor an Aquarius (of wOwr
>*») and expect to uoosp«c»<l - y w momw rtw.w warned you
atoul tfia You may be traveling tor a *«ry"st»am reason and you
may no( want anyooo to hrww It
LEO (July 21-Aufl. 20) You 3h0uVt Co leoling umxuiaRy good. «v«n
for TNs twTxi of tTw> y w , and you are ap<to>oo« around lea a r w *
i«nc<3omloconou«. You w« Oft tf* chance to ilo a flood d « d but
tr<« folk* a! hcm« may question your mottws. A new romance It comtng and Ihero a no way to stop rt.
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VBK1O (Aug. 11-S«pU22) You may t » iKllng aomothing from tho
famtfy and It could r«v»todo wtm travel or traraoortatton. Sceod morB
trrw with faraty tna Chratrr«». « wi« o«t h«d«f and hardw M I trwy
KN«wd tnetf vmnos. You may feel the hitwratm; m» w w k t f t l and
avoiding all tne sfowfls.
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U8RA (S«pt. 23-OCL 25) You w * De both p i w i a ^ and «!**vSr>g
narPes and you may h»*f. w soend aomo money on your home to
rrvAo it -prwwfaWe-* Your ego may ttke a bmBng » you're out and
•Bout, but B»t doesn't mean yoo won't get wnrtf you w«nl tn ttis end.
HeighDtxhood parbn wiB M getting itarted.
SCORPIO (OcL 26^ov. 23) You wfl hnv» to arjand ealra money to
kwtp uo with the rwtghbors. You may not t » as comfortable a) home
a j you uaea to M . has thor ffamily
gotten worse or hov* you
"ojtcrown" them7 A chungo * l • * * • w &• I n a d « h • hoBday g«itogemer for at t unusual reason; but» may h m out K> be a good tt*ig.
SAOrrTARlOS ( H « . 2«-Oac 31) Soroaonn may influence you to
matut a b«rwfldat physical cfttnoo. You wU t* wwxttng tme atd/or
money on the Arts and B wtf man* you I m i good and nttmulatB you
mentalTy. You co*Jd sutler ateUownovof the weekend but o n » you
Mart smtng «d your ok) fnends II wil be gora
CAPfltCORTi (Oec *2-Jan. 17) Somotning un«p«cted * * come
UD trwt wOT coat yo>j, but you won't mind it It Lj tor « good (MUM. Start
making your ptora lor 1894 now .It's going to be a great one although
you may not got«»» as much money as you would Ike You may got
invoNed * * * some weird people or acitviMa.
AQUARIUS (J*n. 18-Pflb. 18} The boas couk) pud a slick one on you
and you nay tave to go owr her/his heed to oet acfialacfion. An ofr«e p«f ly could easily gel otrt 0? hand and someoo* may neod n now
jot Monday iromma Oeams KtyJH wane buo tha Crtrtetmns and be
onty ff» t>ec<r>nlr>g. many enciwig change* aru m th« injO.
PtSClcS (Feb. 1 T-Mmr. 20) An Aouartua coulil teach you a lot about
(he real wond. but you couW teach the Water Bearer atotabout the
athur wo»td. You may b* to Bomo quwttonabl* companv but
somehow you'll turn rl into a vaJuaWe experience-. Yc« could at*o loam
• cold, hard lacl that tWU rum you upaido down.
L','1 UMBURANCI
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BIG BERTHAS, KING COBRAS and PING irons priced to sell.
SPECIAL SAVINGS on TAYLORMADE - the # 1 i.tetalwood in golf.
SPALDlNGXolf Package 3 woods, 8 irons, nutter and golf bag ONtff $ 2 1 9 . 0 0
Fully stocked with 1994 Footwear styles from FOOTJOY and ETONIC
|; WILSON Goro-Tex rainsuits priced to sell at S I 99.95
Selection of ETONIC Goro-tox "windstapper" sweaters and vests
SAVE ON GOLF FASHIONS FOR MEN AND WOMEN
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750 Jaycox Rd. Avon Lake 033:9001/B92-0822 Op«r. 8--00 am to 0:00 piv\ everyday
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Joixi us for a
visit with. Santa!
PLACE:
McDonald's
Avon Lake Police Log
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TIME:
VIK'J 311 Tl(tit)*.Yl-lTW
Sunday, December 19ih
9 a.m. - 11 a.m.
FREE GIFTS FOR THE KIDS!
BOLO-B? on imj
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'JOJS - N O'if'K'O r<?^ Bunlijt ha njnog»v " : r
iq Wrww Into meat v<i
NCC-No CSOSn* '•_'( Coffipiijtnt
DEC ?
C'^iWdjod Or
! 32 A • Property tfwurjw to Walker Rd ftJ
O w w advised.
t ->' 5 - Vt'fwcto locfceMt at Drug Mart. Erllr V &a"»«i!
1320 • OMV on Jiyco* R<J Nwtt* ol WaJkCf Hd
'J>«o«r advised
13-*S- 9-1-1 hang-up call from SwwotFW Clmci*dCK
C 2 4 6 ollwrpte<J lo atop a voNcto
on (nwcod, MVA tar \n me difcfi e! C l
10-19 w i l 5 fo ; DWI VohcwtD«*d
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0003 • Out oJ The Lan«i^» condoi wsutotccf !f
S h r t W UUvt PO Has an nebv* mufrvil W
Br,-e<JtoSLPO
0323 • Several calls to( a maf«t m I M miJdlo ol ttw
r-Jad at Lake,Moore Taken to friends on Oa>t:o»
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0541 • S&i?ct and snap t i g m damogad nl
Bcrttsfbre. Electric. Sor^ictf Oept notified
0853 • Comotomt of N.otws on Wttkc fld propent. UTL.
1138 • ComoMnt of a OMV on Hunter's RKIQO
Pnvau> tow cafted
t 3 0 e - Susyiclous vehicki'occi»ted complamton
AanvKOOd. ChecKeo OK.
. 4 t 2 - M V A c f t y truck vs poetal vohicW Report.
1545 • Lai*n damao« comptiint Ipom Camsoc
Lane Ro*. So«Ja) attenten
1631 • Vorw*» lockout at McDonaWa. Entry
0*n»d
1S17 • Vohidw locVottf «t BP StaBon Entry
f Under-
i !35 • Thell ol i'rtnely (Tom1 Maple CU1 rw!, ' ( J
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r J 5 - MVA at toaf.V/i*L(K nos. Vetiicta tt « j ^ | f |
2010 • 9-1-1 hang-up caH ttom Sttnsy &oolCJ
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0850 • F#e Dept rMpotxHng to Llks Rd. mwi
otvm 1213 • ComptaffrtQf lawn turfing by J H w
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GT onct Dvno Dicvdes nf on
nn/yno'> o " " * ' Irxiy'ro '
OXO-tooiung. cwoote and run ?v>
«Je. Aryl right no-*. GT and Dvno
WeveSo* ars p K o d lo «a/«. See
Ifw M m» tooay
U087 Etactrfc O N * . Avon U*»
Comar of LMT t E)M«tc
Han - Uoa-Tim.-Tnurs. - 1 M ' W t l J
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Smytho, Crumur Co. announces tha
nppointment of Kathleen Safullo, a well*
respected realtor stnen 1987, as manager
of the company's Avon Lake officn.
, "Wo aro very fortunate in select'ng samconu with such outstanding crcdon(Sals, who shares our philosophy about
quulity, professionalism und pcrfor-,
ma nee. We look forward lo many years
of mutual gr-^vtb and (achievement in
working with Kothy," states Lucius B.
McKclvey. President. Smylhe. Cramer
Co.
Satullo, who has been a successful
realtor since entering the Hold I.i 19S7.
has ciarned recoenilian for her
numerous accomplishments within tho
indusiry.Sho was named "Rookieof the
Vear" at har former firm. Realty One. at
tho end of hur first year in tha business.
D:iring her career. Satullo also has boen
a recipient of the President's Sales Club
Award from the Ohio Association of
Realtors and.has boon honored as'.Pro^ •
fossional of tho Year by tho Lorata Ccunty Association of Riialtors. She also has
attained status as a $2 million pales producer and has been recognizud as a National Association ' cf Home Builder.
Million Dollar Circle. Bronze Award
Winner. ID addition, tho Avon Laku resident served on the Realty Ono.Sales
Associate Advisory Board, and as a
committee chnirpor&on for tho Loraln
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Smjihe, Cranier Co. has 31 ^htai
locations Mirving tho real eatnto noon
northeastern Ohio. Tho Avon LaJw o.-t-.
fico Is located at 32020 Walker Rd r T J
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Tkd Holidays! Warm fireplace ghu:. Festive decore in every room. Am/, ttu- aranm of just baked
goodness caning frcm the kitchen. What better way is there to capture the int • meaning of the
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Many peapU arc re''jcta'it fop/^rt their properties on the market during this iirne of the ^t
I'XfXcttrff i-.ry little to occur. Hut, that's not ah-ays tht <.-ase. There are thnte looking fur hom
during tV hcluiays and the br-st ti\:y to capture, their attention just may be io focus on what
ownership truly can mean, particularly for c. family.
Investment and shelter wnsidrtxitionx aside, a home is uhsrj a ferity's hvjxrt beat-.: strangest.
This is afrvmenduus time to get the "feet" of a home, rather than the rocm sizes and amenity.? of a
huuse. Ws a time when cookies and bread are baking and a snappy pine scf.rtffillsthe itir. For
details on ether ways to suscv**futlvprv.*?:it vour home, oi ts view prapMrtws presently on the
market, call a Smythe, Cramer Cu'REALTOR at $33-3733.
641244. Stalely elegawe gearsd to entertaining. f,tj«ble foyer. Indoor pool w.'-jolnriurn. 7 oedrcoms. C1,*;
baths. Apartment has separate enlry & kitcnenettti.
Backs, to parh. Lg. lot. 54J&.300. 933-3733. Baft
PAlier.
irU975-l. Jeautilijl 2 b-^S'oanv2 bat.i sail" A d
dipa.ii. Fa-p.ily roc.-n w/wobg. fireplaco. Formal ami::;
room, irppeccabte condition. SIC6.900 Va;«ne A Waadoll. 933"
BJ5239. Great commercial opportunity! Excellent location lor thai small tx rass or oiTice situation. Gas hat
water heat:'' Call for -Jelaits and personal showings.
$69,500. Susan Schtlimg. 933-3733.
6482S0. Stunning 3 bediuom, 2 bath contunipofary
condo witn screened in patio & additional patio facing
golf course, in-suite launi^y. fully equipped kit., central
air. Kar^n Jesensky, 933-3733. 933-6647. $72,900.
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bfldroom su-!e and 1st lioor uMity rm. k««p you from
having lo ciirtitt sla-r;. N-.iv. .-IODJ
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6*1953. Alttnctivx WostwuitJt rftncfi foatur.nq 'J boa. . « r a . 2W bath? ,ir>d tatg-j (omily room with woodtnj:mng firnpl-tci. Thoro n -4 lirti?li*VJ rec room In
basmnont with wet bart W J , S 0 0 - call Sua pichon,'
933-3733.
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645636. Charming coionU -n Lake Road with 3 bedrooms and 1 Vi baths! Tastefully decorated & ntulra!
throughout! This home includes: hardwood floors & all
appliances! $109,900 Linda Homrn. 933-3733.
G43745. Trus grocKUS Fronch manor rests on a
woodod a a e cul-de-sac lot in Bri'mnnia Estate*, tst
floor Cluster suite, handsome library, 4 bedrooms,
27»11 bonus room, J car garage S amenit.es,
S439.O0Q. Janis Garr:ef. 933-3 733J933-9240.
j t i a On« r«.(W offTHa tokig w/parfc & lotio prtvt- .
Iwges. t.»:f.. ^ , w i mom with wonderful take views, 4 4
b d ' - ^ u b , 2 pordies oweriocM inks, hafdwood Roort; J
giuflt ntorago & unkiuo toniaret. $179,000 Lorelta
Kate. 933-3733/033-0621.
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645767. Uttlo W country.. Just 0(1 GraKon Rd. Youti
find tWs nico 3 BR ranen withto.family rm. and master
Bu<t«. 2 tutl baths and attached garago. Priced nt only
S78.000. Can a n d : ^ * ^ J r B*y- Aufdenkampe, 9334319 c* 933-3733. ^
647607. Brick 3 bedroom ranch. Oak fcitchun and updatod oak bath. Fenced beck yard with pa'jo. tleck and
gazebo. Contra! air and 2 year old furnace- Roducod just 572,900. Ben Geronday. 933-3733/365-2587.
6209rj. Bunimns opoortunHy! Bttck office building wflj
rooms plus storage area and half bath. Htoh Ditfio
attin, nrnple pnrklng. 575,000. CaT Susan ScnilBngJ
dotaih,ind appointment. B3i-3733.
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630072. Great buskins opportunity! Nearly r»w office
condo hat 1000 »q. ft, of spas* - w(th gas neat 5
electric air condOforting - tuny carpetM. w bath A parking for 23-60 vehtetes. S93.000 Buddy Qlovor. 933-3733/
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297756. Groat new price for these 43 acres -'•partially
wooded on the outsorts of Oborlin. Residential zoning.
BuikJ now & enjoy combining culture with the country!
Ca!t now to see. S89.9Q0 Buddy Gtover, 933-3733/
&33-6099.
650961. Groat ShaftieW Luke mncJrse&sy flvmg floor
plan. Froshly painted & docrrawd - feacV 4 walteig Ueric
you! 3 badrooms, ceramic We Vitchon. tot^wl Mna » S
dining & famiry room. S105.COO Laurie K 0 3 7 f V
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many updates in the las!tawy«*nj| 2 bedrooms down A
i up. Mntolwd knotty pine r e t room in basement. Backs to woods. Lake A beach privileges. S77.900. Carol J .
Qrasco. 933-3733.
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634753. New construction - cute : ip« Cod wi3i 3
bedrooms. 1st floor master. 2'A ouths, largo great
room 4 18x13 kitchen, bawment divided for rec
room, central-air, C car garage A a deck. Open f ,nday 2-5. S127.900. Carol J. Gresco, 933-3733
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638441. pne ol a kind - fotaliy renovated & docomlod'7
proloscijftaily - an qualiiy materials - a droam home In
the Lagoons. 3 bedrooms. 3 full baths. 77 tt.-tkx*j»g»,
privato boach. brick patio; S564;OCO Laude 3rili;fi3>
3733/933-7055.
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635893. SuallflrU Village condo, Avon. 5V2.0C0. You'll
lovo iho now h:cko<7 kilchen.and family room - new
palio and 3 bedrooms. A lifestyle youil truly love, low
maintenance lea too. Ask for Bev. AUMenkarope. 9334319 Of 933-3733.
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631671.'.. Brand rtiw center tiatl colonial in Wyn^ernere
ia ready lor cwvc in' Spacious master suite nas whirl-'
pool Itib. Wa!k-ir> closet plus *J»tfa front pofcfi witn
southern exposure. Call to view. St89.90G Kathe
Slanden, S33-3733.
.6025-19. H^ng tfio stockings on your own C02y
placo w/ratsod marbla heartn. Enjoy your country
kitchen overlooking a treed back yard. 4 plus bdrrrts.,
uogrades A s*tra*i make this a real home (or Ihe
holid.iys. 933-3733. Barb Miller.
647237. Groat buy. immaculate aluminum skied colonial 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, great family room w/ijrick
wall and woodburning fireplace, wa!k to schools, pool,
library, beach. Nancy McGhee, 933-3733. 933-1078.
65)756. Westwinds colonial has quality upgrades &
additions. Very tastefully decorated. 4 bedrooms, extra
storage, upgraded carpeting & flooring. All on wonder.
fully landscaped corner lot. S346.900 Jams Gamer,
64396e. Gorgeous Cdpo Cod. BeautimlV/ updated! 2
bedrooms w/expunsion spare for 2 more. Lovely
wooded lot S79.900 Valerie A. Waddeit. 933-3733/ 9497396.
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landscaped. Wonderful floor plan - open & airy. 1st
floor master rptraat, kitchen open to family rm.. 3 b«trootns * tarrupjtaifs. Nice! S245.900 Jants Gamer,
833-373&933-BZ40.
•J3B305; Westwinds custom colonial w/onlaryed floor
plan & extras. Terrific decoraiir.g w/neutral carpeting,
countertops & doors, bleachod oak cabinetry. 4 beorooms, family rm. w/gas fireplace, & much more. A
must 3ee! $283.900 Janis Garner. 933-3733/533-9240.
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jtop. Hardwood 1'oors In bedrooms, full basement, large
comor tot. S72.000. Call JoAnna Demon, 933-3733.
'643696. YouK fall In love with this ono. Cathooral
CfrRfngs grace trie Irving & dining rooms. Split level
.flwfgn adds to your privacy. Newly decorated & has
many amenities. Come teku a po«M 578,900 Carol J.
Greaco. 933-3733.
lfG487«J. cnamiing oldar colonial witn 2 extra lots. 4
\ bodrooma, butler* pantry,. walknip attic, enclosed
dv aonMOim oak woodwork & more. This homo
lot! o'possibllitieiit S175,000 Janis Gamer. 933-
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648975. Located'at OoatJ end on private double lot.
This ranch has a great finished tenement wftitchen R
bath - could be tn-Iaw suite. 3 bedrooms S newor oak
kitchen up. Terrific 2 cur garage. $116,900 Loreltu
Kalis. 933-3733^3-0621.
643890. Groat listing has lola of loom lor tamt^ &
guests w/a country kitchen, tontial dining room, partlully Tinlshod basement & deck. 3 bedrooms & all on
spacious 120x119 treed tot! $110,900 Carol J. Gresco,
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122x230 lot. Dogbld garage, unclosed
divided basement. An excellent value
only S105.000. Can now: and ask
fdenkp.mpe, 933-4319 or 933-3733.
933-3733
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649080. Quaint ranch on comer tot with fenced yard. 3
bedrooms, largo 20x15 living room, kitchen has a dining
area w/window, fun baaemRnt & 2 car garago. Located
close to Lake Erie. $114,900. Lorctta Kalis, 933-3733/
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643980. This great 3 bedroom spiit-tevot haa I0I3 of
room for family activity & entertaining. Great 29x23
family rm. plus 22x17 rec. room too. 3luU baths, 2 car
larage & rear patio. SI 16,900 Lorelta Kalis, 933-3733/
533-0621.
635353. Enjoy your holidays 'n this cozy gas heatod.
2 bdrn. ranch. Neutral colors. FHA approvod, move-in
condition. New front deck/ porch, shed, toncod yard
backs to woods. Call tor apptt £62.500! 933-3733,
Barb Miller.
637650. Wonderful large colonial In Wesllake witn /
bedrooms ft 3 full bathst Qeautifut wooded acre lot with
above ground pool & detached 4 t a r garago/shop.
Also, first floor bedroom with private entrance!
S185.900. Unda Homm, 933-3733.
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On Your Local
Court Dockets
AVON MAYOR'S COURT
w.ii (Inill $55 nit ii iluji siKii viuluUi.ui
Kuith W. Murftniin. HUtili1 Wiwtfield. Niirlh
Kini-d S5:i for s(K!vdiMK v*r-' Quintin K. ArmRi.ll, vtllo. ivdi fintil JH25 am! wnlnticifi to W
alronit. 13 Park An?.. Hinnhu.nton. NY; Carnivn
day* tti|3i!un n cli4iK<--uf UU1. u'th £!UU ui the
M.ililcuud.h 1«U2 Kind, Ijiraiii; DJiiit'l |. SiniiJi.
flni! mul lh« -11111 It;ticu ilufurri*d upon receipt ol
2f>l Mi»jci! Rd.. Avon UIIIJ: Vijay L. Wailirsiy.
uviiluuiinn and compliunte [rum F.esiiom
2H;iI Soulliwuud Ur.. WostlaU'; and Kldwnl |.
iloutu willild 110 iloy\. Hu ww, fined $100 Tor ! r'udtuni. 180 Nurmundy Dr.. Hiumwick.
OfM'r. ciint/titiitr In e motor viihklii und 5100 un
an »p«rator'* licvnw reijuirwl viulnlton. Hu tviii
AVON LAKE
MUNICIPAL COURT
uljo finwi $00 fur a left of center violation.
IJriun I1. Shebvitiik. 13J Lafayutto. Elyrio. wui
Jennifer R. Hurt hull. i3.i{j Narrutijtansi'lt.
fimnl SIM and wntenceil'tu U0 duyn in jail on ;i
Loraln. w i t fined $023 und sentenci.'d lu lOdflyi
charge of (issmvated nmn^cintt. milh thu
in jail on a reduced chargu uf physical control,
nuntejictt dufuriKd on the bust* of no rupvut
witli the son!onto deferred upon completion of
violation* witMn two yean- He was al«o Pined
DIM c U u within ttO days. Sho M M also fined
$150 and vjntenced to !J0 days in juil for
$~0 for a violation uf reasonable control.
telvphonu harasumenl. with thit sentxnee
Dorothy Y- Rioraenschnultler, 22751 HillUrd
scHpended. Brent M. Brown. 77 Buss C r t .
Ulvd., Rocky River, was fined SG25 and son ten tUagmngo, wus fined 550(1 and sentunced
m) to 10 days in fail nn a reducud charge of
lo 1BU days in jail on a chargo of domeslic
physical control, with, the sentence duforted
violencn. with the sentence deforrud on the
upon compilation of DUI doss within 60 days.
bnsis of no repeat violations for one year.
Ske was also fined $60 for a left of enntor
Lorry N. Carduna, BQ25 Cornell. Tuylor, Ml.
violation.
was fiued $75 for speeding.
Roman S. Lundgren. 13210 Fraloy. Berlin
Fined $60 on charge? uf spueding wore MarHofghu. was fined $250 and sentenced to 30
vin K. Shrock. 13J34 Stulner Rd.. Akron, and
ddys t:i |all on a charge ol falsi flail ion, with the
Ronald L. I'hillips. Rd 4 Box 11. Clear field. PA:
sentence deferred on the basis of no similar
FSnod $50 on charges of Bpoedlnn •"on Larry
violations within one year. Ho was also fined
D. Henderson. 3051 Bauelt Rd.'. LWtroit. MI.
$100 for no operators license and 585 for
and Frank C Cumlna. 193 Foreat HU1 Dr.. Avon
squealing h b tirts.
Lake,
Michael Spanoi, 41942 Ethel Dr.. Elyria, was
Fined $35 for speedtag were Chariend M.
fined $100 on a charge of drug abuse.
Batcarcel. 508 Ctewlond Rd.. Huron; Christino
Shall* R. WUSOD. 3S100 Efctroit. Avon, wa*
Hall. 1073 W. 12th. Lorain; Wilfredo Pent*.
lined $100 on a charge o! dug at targe.
33B7 Dayton Ava.. Loraln; and Michael W< WinFl&«d $100forcontempt of court were Dennis - nen. 1313 Missouri. Lcraln. •
R. GUI. 33802 Chester Rd-, Avon, and Kevin E.
Noraen E. McCarthy. 31714 Leeward Crt..
Richardson. 890 E. 12Stb St.. Cleveland.
Avon Lake, was fittiM $35 for a stop sign
Earl R. WMUey. lBSa Reid Ave.. Loraln, was
' violation.
flnod $83 on * violation of right-of-way when
Gail C. Haller. 31004 Nonlu^ket Row. Bay
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Village, was fined $35 for failure lo yield.
FInsd $85 on d u n e * of assured d e a r
Allan Leroy Elves. 121 CavsU Avo., Hamilton. '
dUtanco war* V. Mkhaai Harris, 21708 Avaloru
ON. was fln«d $20 for a medical certificate
Rocky Rivttr. and Cheryl L- NUrez. 3.2 Cove
violation.
Baach. Sheffield Lai..
Angela M. logs. ISO College Park. Elyria, wus
•}A»tk Ailea Ttlfniy, 30833 BAuerdale. Avon.
fined $21 for a seat belt violation.
was fined $70 for a violation of rBosooable
Idmes A. Esbelmon, 4712 Ciunden. Lorain,
control.
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w u fined $600 and sentenced to 'J3O dcys In |ail
Thomas U Adidas, IDS N. Main. N« / Lonon n charge of no operator's licens*. with $300
don, wia fined $70 for (peodlra.
of the fine and tha sentence suspended. Ha was
Fined S85 on charsea of speeding wura Laurie
also fined $3CQ on a charge i f fictitious plates.
K. Brill 32100 T w s d Crt.. Avon Lake; Kelli A.
Lydia Kay« Volok. 405 Euclid Ave.. Lorain.
Kildala. (MM Baumhart Amfcerat Shirloy B.
was fined $300 oo a violation of physical coa, COttn. 1307 N a r r a n i ^ t e t t . Loralo; and K a n J.
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She was also fined $50 on a chnrjw of left of
Afrates. SON) Spaldtng Crt.. t-oreln.
enntsr.
i Pln*d$AO for NpMdfng w»r» Rowdy C
Aubrey
D. Smith. 215 Brtce. Elyria, was fined
Tucier. 4000 Carrfo Dr., Lorn in: Chalroer I.
$200 and sentenced to 30 days in |al! on a ,
Mtson.SSBOtlv«rSI.. Sh.fTlald Lako; Ronald P.
charge
of
no operator'* license, with the
"hUbon. 5029 B. Lnla Rd.. Sheniold U k r . Lawis
sentence deferred on the basis of no rvpaet
. D. Johnson, J34W Shaknr Blvd.. Cleveland;
violations. She was also fined $50 for sitomllna.
Robert F. 5*itty, 417 Oakhlll. A m h m t :
Tina M. McHanry. 777 West Shorn Blvd..
Vyaefaealav Saiktn, 0 « l l Meyflald Rd..
Shoffield
Lake, was fined $100 on a charge of
fclayHaldHeight^'and
LsnoyvM. B«Uo. 1230
fpmtdina.
; Koawmlt Dn, Fotloria. • '
Tamara
S. Marron, 64 Landings Way, Avon
- Dtvid W. C a m t t . 388 Evergreen, Avon Laics.
Lrfki1. MM fined SI5U mi.! icnleiictjd. lu Jfjddvt
in jait un n LlmfK" «'f irwti.u.inK. with tlm
v i i l m o ' Ut'fnrtud "II iii" h.i-.'^ of ixi hidnlu.vint.ilioris ivUl.in mm year.
Ay nun M. Aluim.ilhktHir. JOil-Ut l.or.nn. K.i'rvu:np. HJ^i tini'ij S'^i l«f '.pei'fimn.
l-*iiifd SH» HU i.ti.irit.". uf vjn'cdniK wim S< nil
W Siiltn. Kii. il«" ion. £1UM)UI. MintititfvHa.
JU-il |«wiili I IIUFHL.'J-!.T. 3171 IV 114th.
Ctmi-land
Sfi.iin* E Kfnnl.'lirinnjl. 2U4^ UJtiildli. l.nniln.
WJJ fined S3U for " li<fl uf ci-ntttr vluUiion.
Jrfson M. Varn«iii:h. 3HS Uurfield HKd..
l.or;iiri. w:i\ fltu^t 5'iU fur ijn-o-JinK.
Tln»iia* J. StuwicLi, 359 Oxford Aviv, Elyfl.l.
win filled S'S un n:i iiitUfii clcdr diiNintv
viululion.
Ujnny H. Wyatt. IH07 K. :)yth St.. t^irain, « a i
fidfd $53 fur a ul>!<y viulution.
Fined 535 on ciiurui-i of ip<-pi]ins( wi?tu luyce
M. Afrutt-t. 50f>a SputditiK Crt.. Luriiln: Clutnt>nt
I. llaniuff. AliU Mildii Ave., Amhonl; IfiMsnin
raraii. 737 J.iycux Hii,, Avon Lake: Cr«){ury K.
Citiboni. 33I7U Cumuriiis" Clr., Avon Lake:
Robert • ; Ker'hndr. IMi Edgcwuod, Avon Lake;
Daun E. Milam. 1U05 Robinwood. Lakewood:
Clunn C. Mortimtir. 3060 W. Pleasant Valley,
Purmu; and Mary K. RusselL 33113 EJuctnc
Blvd.. Avun Lnku. '
Shnun P. Allen. JOG Williaiusburg. Avon Lake,
was fined S30 on a rt-d light violotion.
Dennis E. Bart el [r.. 220 Croat wood Dr.. Avon
Lake, was flnod $30 far failure to stop.
Douglas ). Harper. 4008 27th St.. Newburgh
Heights, was '.ned $28 on a PUCO tux decol
violation.
Fined S25 for seal belt violations w»ru Sloven
C. Richard. 4C Basket St.. Huntiu ton.
Massachusutts, and John [. Whelan. 3600
Dayton Ave.. Lorain. .
Darin A. Zlegler. 32741 Belle Rd.. Avon LakH.
was fined $20 on a charge of nxpired plates.
SHEFFIELD LAKE MAYOR'S COURT
Esic O. Slusher. 5115 Lake Rd. Apt. 1019.
Sheffield Lake, was fined $750 and sentenced to
90 days In jail on a charge of possession of drug
paraphernalia, with $100 of the fine and the
scntance suspended. Ho was also fined 3100 for
drug abuse and $40 for expired plates.
Fined $1,000 and sentauced to six months In
Jail on charges of assault, with $500 of the fine
and the sentence suspended, were Roy L.
Stanley. 4306 Willow Ave.. Lorain, and Robert
I- Burke. 905 W. 10th S t . Lorain.
Fined
51.000 and sentenced to six months In jail on
viul.ilioni uf thu
ki-H l.iw. ii<-rmlttinn unduriiKt' consumption,
with ViO0 "I lli'-' l | l | t ; '<"d th« wiiieiK-'i! suijiend'
rd. wi;ri' Jtn-1 N lluw.'fi. 5111 Lite RJ. Apl.
Z2i. Slifffii'lii i.ukn, Richard U. Oli|nr. 5115
Uki- Kd. Apt. ^2J. Shi-fficlil Laki;; und ToiM W.
SrhilliriK. l i r i U i l " K<i. Apl 2'i.X Sin.-fli-.lii
City K. ilrortilur. H7(i Comniunily. ShulfielJ
L.iki'. w,it fi|>»d SZ5U und s«*ittei|cud lo :J0 rJnys
fti )JII un a th UK1^ of criminal (n^pjuin^. with
SI jUuf Shu fini' iiniJ thf lunlence imju'mli.-d. Hn
wai a!«i fined SbU fr»r disorderly cuniluct.
Rwl G. Kilward*. 2KJ4 i> St.. l.nruin. »us finol S-ISU mill •n-'itoticeti (u JO iij>s In juil on a
dmrKi? of ditorderly conduct-j'ct'ik-.ting. with
SI 10 of the fiiiiiiind lhtis»nluni:o su^pimd'.-d. He
wu.t .iNi> fiuud S5O for diwiredrly conductinloikiition.
Heclur A, Rudrittu^. I7JGK. 34th St.. Lurain.
H U fined $250 and sonlenced lo 30 day* in jail
u n a minor's ci'rfuw violation, with 5200 of the
fictt and the sentence suspended.
Knlhteen K. Knller. 370 Irving Pnrk. Sheffield
Lukr. was fined $25O and senteitcnd to 30 days
in jail on a charge of noise disturbance, with the
flue and sentence duferred an the b*»ii of no
atniil»r vioUtions wfthin one year,
Frederick. DivlrRlilo, 5115 Lake Rd.. Sheffield
Lake, was fined $50 on « charge of disorderly
conduct, with $25 of the sentence suspended.
Fined $40 on charges of speeding were Mary
I- Thomas. 1134 W. 10th Si.. Lorain: Sean M.
Malone. IDS Shakespeare Ln- Avon: Joseph R.
Kinder. 460 Naiituc tet. Vermilion; and Cregory
S. Mullins. 3325 Dtfrussey Rd^ Collins.
OlLa M. Miller, 3118 Grant St.. Lorain. was
fined $45 for speeding.
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Fined $35 for speeding worn Andrew D. Contrens. 4231 Hull Ave., Sheffield Lake: Rosanna
M. Hintz. 33721 Lako Rd., Avon Lake; Kae L.
Shaw. 154 Wlndbrook CrL, Elyria; Joseph C.
Kanitra. 4283 Lake Rd.. Sheffield Lake: Timothy
E. Pnrks, 007 W. 9th St.. Lorain:.Sandra {.
Winston. 1310 W. lOtb St.. Lorain: Catherine H.
Friday, 178 Beaver Crt.. Araherat; Bonnie L.
Tucker. 12604 York Blvd.. Carfield Heights; Jaffary D. Long. 3040 Cromwell Dr.. Lorain: and
Marybeth Brailer, 4019 Comdan, Lorain.
- Lowill 0. Neol Jr.. 4840 Southwood Dr n Sheffield Lake, was fined $30 c\ a reasonable cantrol violation.
Charles D. Shea l r , 223 SVisafrBs Dr.. Var- .
mllion. was flnod $30 for failure lo control
|ame* W. Coggins, 2315 Surf Are., Loraln.' .
was fined $30 for speeding.
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PRESS News Editor Marcella Grande and Rick Hemmer accept an ALPS certificate
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Give Dad a brick this Christmas
It's already the middle of December
and you don't know what in the world to
get Tor your dad. or your sUtur or bust
friend. Give them a brick!
What kind of brick are we talking
about, anyway? Who would give
somebody n brick for a holiday presont?
Theso brick? will pave the walkway to
the Avon Lake Play Space (the ALPS) at
Ble*er Park. This 12.000 square Toot
: creative wooden play structure will be
built April 27-Moy t by local volunteers.
When you buy a brick for someone)
special, it says that this person is so• meane worth remembering. Your so*
' meane special, and many others, will onjoy thai brick for years to come.
'• - Your purchase of a brick also Identifies YOU as a community-minded Individual. Cngraved brick sales are a key
fundraiser for the new playground. A brick Is the Wool gift for anyone that
U bard to buy for. A grown son who
now knows what it takes to be a good
father might wont to honor his father by
buying an ongravod brick in his name.
Grandklds may get together and buy a
brick for, grandma' or grandpa! A brick
. could also be bought in honor of a new
baby. '
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• • You' might honor someone , special
who has passed away. You could honor
' a.deceased parent [or In-law) with u
brick bought In memory of thorn.
• Bricks con be • purchased for a
minimum donation of $30 per famity or
$100 for a corporation. Personalized gift
. certificates arc available for a $2 service
I feo.. All gift certificate forms receivwl by
Dec, 20 con bo picked up bofore
Christmas. Brick Coordinator Dick
Jonca can also mail your gift certificate
for you. '
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ALPS Fans - Vincent and John and their
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This playground, also designed by
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1968 at a cost of $48,000 by the
Brinkerholf Elementary PTA.
For your convenient, tin ordor form is
in this week's PRESS. Additional order
forms are available at the Old Firehousc
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Mail brick form and paymont to The
ALPS, P.O. Box 55, Avon Lake. OH
44012. For more information, contact
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