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country's veterans on Nov. 11
83nd Year.No. 48
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SERVING AVON • AVON LAKE • SHEFFIELD • SHEFFIELD LAKE C ~:
Red Cross honors Excavator appeals contempt
Learwood student charges filed by Judge Mackin
with Hero Award
AVON LAKE
AVON
By Loft E.
U » y middle school student* con say they have
sport** championships or d i e academic accolades
« childhood achievement*. Bnt how many of them
are reel Ufe heroes?
Avon Lake Leiarwood student Caitlyo Turchlk is
UJw bar pe#rs in many respects. She eniiys sports.
t hanging ovt^vith her Irionds and participates on the
^<ch«JXtaiv»tb«»JtetbaJIand swim teams.
:^ s 3ot«jr*l»pro«d but year, CaiUyn. unlike many
' :'oT hrr yotm«; perrs; danionstratsd the ability to
i n a o*calja/|n^the
i * l | t h lace
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off grave d
danger, essentially
i
caring her toother'* Me.
A contractor working an the
city's b*>h*lf lias found himself in
hot water after a chain of events,
which included a dismissed traffic violation, led to a contempt of
court citation.
Last weei. the worker
appealed the charge.'
Edwin Nelson II of Elyria was
hauling dirt last March while
1
helping complete the Avon
L«k«/Bay Village Storm Water
Management System In the proposed Avon Lake/Bay park.
Nelson, who was working on
behalf of a North Rayah on com*
cany, was hauling loads too
heavy fur the street* they were
using, and was issued a citation
by the Avon Lake Police
Department for an overweight
Edwin Nelson U liad an interesting cortvnent priortopaying the $43 court cost
load on Lear Raad.
Nelson's lawyer, John S.
Haynes, stated the street WAS the
only access available for the
trucks.
When Nelson went to court to
dispute the charges on June 13,
his lawyer produced m letter from
a ciiy official advisiog the company ha-i permission to use Lear
Road ^s a haul road for the project, and Nelson's actions were
under auspices of the city.
The case was v dismissed o n
SEE APPEAL. PAGE 15
• g Board puts policy change discussions oil Bold
vent Ion publication employe* to MMIUMI atudttai
n«m«i, addresses, ages, grade ii'vols and other
seemingly pertinent information.
The letter, sent by Channel S. stated an intenThe' Sheffield-Sheffield
Lake Bnard of
tion to provide students with drug prevention pubEducation put its discussions of proposed board lications, although it could have been designed lo
policy changes on hold, both literally and figura- manufacture on artificially "sciiry* story to boost
tively, &t iheir Oct. 2B regular meeting.
ratings during November sweeps.
The board had intended to continue its disAll *uch Information is legally available upon
cussion of how to.adapt its policy on
reqvest under,the FERPA act. Parents may exclude
resuonses to federally mandated FEKPA
their children by signing a FERPA "opt-out" stateCvfyrt Tutehtk
(Family Educational Rights and Privacy
ment Included with parent/studenil, handbooks. .
Act) requests for student Information,
, The information "sale" Chan?]*! 5 trumpets was
The* board had au executive session
actually a 10 cents per pag* fflipylug.fe*.
Ther
b«f heroic actions, Caitlyo was honored last
on itc agenda to discuss a newly forsame Information Is «vsi]ltbWi:^> collegs
i h
at the Renaissance Hotel in
mulated, suggested policy it had
and military recruiter**
,5'a -Leon Bibb and the requested from its attorneys. Pepple
PTO or parents f*» lh<
«
d the event. George Crile
fc Waggoner.
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p«r page copying f«^'?'"•: ^fr"f" '••': T
^roda^«riJf 60 Minute»4I and a Cleveland
The board'* law Cnri; People *
They removed the executive
the keynote speaker,
Waggoner, which Imd provided a
sewsion from the agenda as unnecetican Red Cross sorted through SO subnew sample policy iteviewed by the
essary after deciding to postpone
onVfrom Jh* greater Cleveland area and selectschool board at an Oct.' 28 special
further discussion of the Informai those to receive the award. The criteria was
meeting, was unable to come up
tion policy-wbich all members
lldsblei Individuals needed to demonstrate the
with a new variation :on only one
agree must be changed-until Nov. 25.
Ium ofcouTEge, compassion, character or humanweek's notice.
. ' . •
In all likelihood, the public's access
The board voted to reraci'p the executive
f\a tare *ir Improve the lives of others. Csltlyn.
to student addresses and other personal
session from the agenda and give iiecond readings
t« w«j die youngest recipient selected.
information will be more limited whim a
to 21 o r the hundreds of policy iJuuige* recomf/Oth«r winners included off-duty firefighters and
new policy is formulated,
riltt-officers, n Rt>d Cross worker and a school bus
Wnnt remains in doubt is how much more mended by OSBA (Ohio ' School Boards
reitricted access to student Information will be Association).
Itlyn's case, what was at stake WHS her
The board has already passed policy changes on
under a new policy.
life Last January, while living in Avon.
The board decided to make extensive changes first reading under suspension of the three reading
Mjre's mother. Donna Turchlk found herself in a
after learning the district was beiug featured in a rule, othen after three readings. They've amended
hUUMtraing situation while at hom«. She told
WEWS TV 5 "expose" on school boards "selling"* dozens of the policies before
student information.
An nn-air personality posed as a drug abuse preSEE HERO, PAGE 15
SEe BOARD. PAGE 15
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Battle lines being drawn over 'city planner' role, talks to heat up
AVON
By
U is an issue that almost never was two
k
Near the end of council's ayeudi. the
clerk of council began to read the oidinances that require three rsaditgv During
thai process His unusual for cot,ncil members to begin discussion about the issue at
band. Two Weeks ago ata regular mc-tina
where open discussio?. is the norm. Ward
I Councilman Mark Julius tried to have
awniMioo on one of the items that was
appearing as «firstof three readings.
Council Presided Tom Wtursch did
his best to sweep it under the carpet and
convince the rest of council not to hold a
diacussioo. Wearsch tried bis best to avoid
tba taifc*. but U WM Inevitable.
,, Julius eventually won out and the issue
of a city planner, more specifically,
whether cummi planning commission
chairman Jim Piazza should extend his
duties as rh»immn to include office time
at dry hall to handle a quickly developing
dty, was discussed at the meeting.
Tb put k mildly, Julius is against the
idea, Ha h not alone in thefight,as he and
Ward IV Councilman Gocald Gantz took
turns-at the-meeting each noting their dtsCOD&BI' about the concept, calling the
movB immoral aud one stating he had
phflosopbicij problems with the concept.
According to Mayor Jim Smith, die
Ms« for a temporary city planner or advisor.,came about
because of the ennbundana,
of alia sad questions that are
rocetnd by the dry from
develop*** and residents.
Most of the calls that
com* to in* city pertaining to
development and residential.
concern* are forwarded to
Flazza who already has Ixktimate fcxtowWg* of the
process because of his rots with planf t i a g c o m t l .
-
w remainder of the planning
ii the open discussion. It conies duwii tu
an ipen public dwiuviion issue."
".ouncilman Tim \i(J.urn said he could
. in ,y contain him**: If daring the 1last
meeting and was upset about the claim. , of
morality being Julius" main ui AA*r\ with
p
1 think the plan that's U-ing talked
about and being proposed is probably the
best solution right now," Niiium said. "I
really think the Questions being rawed
about it die no! valid- I'm surprised with
lh« one that raised the morality issue. It
strikes me as funny that he finds an Uau?
to be unmoral now when he sat idlv bv
when a different morality issue, was raised
on a previous proposed employment we
were discussing."
Julius also noted that Tim Krugman
was recently hired as a full-time zoning
official and that pert of his Job description
includes the very servicet that Piazza
would be providing during his office
hours.
"We just okayed the hiring of a zoning
board official and par t
„,,, .
of his position t« jj
help in the re-quaUfication, planning and
between the planner and the commission." Julius said "If people are willing to
luoi. [fcist the moral issue for a tluilar sign
that ii juit wrong "
Julius also noted, despite no! being able
to produce a specific city, that he is
P-sfanJuiia different municipalities lhat
ore currently tiwiig to paxs legislation tu
pievent the same instance of \h* planning
ujjtuuission chairman or rueniber wr.ing
a.s a city planner.
Mayor Smith sees the issu? from a simpler perspective.
"He is doing it now. but it is out of his
house and at hii shop," Smith said of
IHazza fielding culls from residents and
developers prior to appearing at planning
commission. That can't continue, the
couiual members call him and he is in a
position where be can deal with the city
engineer and save the city tune and
money.
"It is not really a planner position, it
would be a person to take care of planning
commission agenda items and all of the
questions that proceed the meetings. He
explains things to them about what needs
to be done and what is legal and what is
according to code to
eliminate all this stuff
before
•••"•'
ordiaanoB,th« is being
^
amem*T
IswMwtohireaotautstda consultant er
fulMbm dty ntanner or whether they
WOttld prefer to have Piazza's tote expandrepotting to the plan
ed, to "help developers and residents that
ning commission,"
often fall about procedural or infonnatianJulius said. "Hu ttiml
l
should carry a
gp
good portion nf this
wouki he paid an •ekUlional S15JXX) to
Gentz
workload."
have office hours at city hall.
At times during the meeting, the
T h e »«pansftrlUnes of the planning
commission chairman are growing." mayor. Councilman Jack Kllroy and
' Smith said. "YV* need someone "jo sit down Wearsch w»re defending the expansion of
vrfth the develop- 9 to help with the plan- Piazza's role, while Julius and CenU
ning amunissiou meetings and 10 insure would counter their comments with their
own arguments.
that appttcatlons an! proper.
The Issue 1s bound for further debate
"UU taking a lot of ti&» during tha day
togs* thfa^strsJfihtUd tiiey are calling as sides are being chosen and council is
clearly divided on tho issuo. Some
h I W U l b O i ( P I F l l )
council members feel that Gentz a*td
g8
P
Julius have a personal problem with
Fjheira. would be set office hours, Piazza obtaining more power with the
o w t c m ^ b e dasrsd up In the office. proposal and have said privately they
not inthe street, or at bis.place of work"
do not want Piazza to have anything to
• ^ -Smith, also noted that planning com- do with city government at all.
TsSmbpR,. meeting* have been going later
This has nothing to do with the indi-and haw at time* run past midnight
that chairs this position." Julius
'^V^rTne>':'proces*" would be streamlined vidual
about Piazza. "He has dono a great job
lmd;ww could 'move forward and operate said
I think the administration has not
as smoothly a* possibly,"' Smith said in but
thought this through and we should
support of expanding Piazza's role.
a consultant to do this on an inter-Everything is at city ball (plans, draw- research
basis, some separation from the indiingsL~thJa>ii not Just for developers, it im
could be used for resident's questiuns. vidual who is doing both fobs."
The alternative to the plan that
This would be a less expensive procedure
and ft streamline* the meetings because includes Piazza wouM be to eventually
than a n things on the planning cotnmU- hire a full-time city plannertiiatcould cost
sioa agenda tnat do not belong there and the city upwards of $50,000 a year. Smith
art not ready to be tooLad tt because they said. Additionally, because dty council is
always the "last stop" before the developi M notfollowprocedure.
" "Sometimes planning commission is ment is approved, any suggestion that
Piazza would try to fast track a developer
having two-day meetings."
'' Alfofih* arguments do not matter to by not abiding by dry policy could is a
hdlus and Gentz who are adamantly moot point
opposed of the Idea of the planning com"It's true tha* we are the last stop, but
mission chairman having private meetings council relies on planning commission to
with potanua! developers, then only to do a full evaluation of the plans.' Julius
serve M tbi planning commission chair- said. "When the recommendation comes
man at the same time.
back we depend on their perspective and
f t * Issue bolb down to a moral issue It weighs heavily with council."
All of the council members agree that
tar BS»." Julio* said. "If the planning chalrpenon. or for that matter any planning Piazza would be an honest and forthcomifasioiti member, were to meet with ing ambassador for the dry in the prodVvalopen or contractors In a preliminary posed role.
"We should go to a dty planner but thai
meeting by themselves, they defeat the
person should not be one in the
purpose ufiipen public meetings.
"Tb«y » * only rob the public they rob same...there should be a difference
Wearsch
and Uovw't g«t paid
now.
"Cuurual has thw
la3t M
Smith
y in everything
and planning commission cannot go outside the rules. I feel
that the people that are questioning this
positional move obviously do not have a
clear-cut picture of what the planning
commission chairman does."
Kilroy said the idea for Piazza to
expand his role with the dty is the only
choice until a definite candidate would be
chcMin for a city planner.
"Until we decide to hire a full-time
planner, it makes sense to have the planning commission chair available at dty hall
during business hours to provide information on the planning process to builders
and to homeowners in Avon," Kilroy said.
"Jim Piazza has always been accessible and
accountable but this step makes it more
convenient for our residents to get good
information. We are lucky dial Jim Piazza is
available to provide this service."
Councilwoman-at-Large
JoAnne
Easterday said she is still trying to remain
neutral on the concept, holding out hope
that more informal ion and further disco**
sion will allow her to better formulate an
opinion.
"I'm ambivalent." Eastrrday said about
the issue. "Jim Piazza has done a great Job
for the dty and has done it for a long time
with no recompense.
"I know when Paul Burik (former planning cotnmission chairman and member)
did it he had to talk with developers to
preparr them for the meetings. I don't
think the dty should make it so easy dial
developers are running over us. but something he* to be done to accomplish solid
growth for the dty to insure that growth
continues.
"1 understand the positions and reservations of my fellow council members but
I hope we can come to a conclusion on
what is right." Easterday continued. "I
iiavw relied on Jim (Piazza) to set thing*
straight fur me numerous times and I don't
want to slap someone in the face for doing
a gtxxl job. I'm not sure how to address
it I'm looking for ways, but 1 am not fuxw
ri&ht now."
Oenu said it is not about Piazza.
LnsteaU it is about allowing the residents to
De part of a process that should b» public
"Even one needs to take out the names.
it u not about Jim Piazza or members of the
planning uwnmissioa." Gentz said. "They
all do a great job and this by no means
reflects negatively on any individual and I
waul to makw 'fr"t clear.
"It is a philosophy that members 0/ a
planning commission ought not to be
meeting with developers outside of the
public eye and it should absolutely not be
happening. I probably would have brought
this up at some point without the dty
planner issue coming to l^ht. This
absolutely should r~* b* seen that anyone
is doing anything wrong ouW than having
private meetings."
Gents said he has great concerns about
the perception of Avon city government
There probably Isn't a week that goes
by that people donl say this city is run by
developers and that the dty cares morre
about developers than residents." Gentz
said. "In order to make the public confident that they have as much of a voice in
this government as a developer, it needs to
be mandatary that meetings take plva) in
public Ail of the issues have to be Uid out
in full-public view." '
Adding further intrigue to th*» situation.
prior to council discussing the matter and
placing ii on the work session agenda for
three readings, the issue was discussed in
,
h fi
d
f
couumttee and cauw out of
that committee meeting with a
2-1 positive recommendation.
Julius cast the "no" vote. A
legal committee was also held
on tha matter where Gentz
approved of the expansion of
Piazza's rol* and the issue
received a 3-0 positive rwcomrrvmdaticn prior 10 appearing
In front of council.
"It came out that way
bwauw Mayor Smith brought
in th« mlmi nnd policies or ihj planning
commission and zoning board mini wo
read them real quickly." Cents said of hi*
initial approval in legal committee. Then*
is a phnu« in there that talks about prerevUrW of plans and when I read it quickly,
1 thought it said planning commission
chairman.
"I thought the policy dictated that be
{Piazza) do it (have different meetings with
developers) but I wanted it changed ftnyway. 1 looked at again when I got home and
thin was nothing about an individual
meeting privately with developers. U was
my error in reading the regulations and
policies."
Wearsch said that he appreciates all of"
the hard work that goes into the planning
process and said he hopes other COUJK»
members, particularly Julius and Gentz
would understand bow much that Piazza
does already.
"I personally feel, and maybe I'm
biased because I'm on planning commission, that we operate very smoothly right
now,** Wearsch said. "It is wry important
to the process and if that doesn't happen It
will be a mistake. This Is an Interim solution to allow us to get to the next stage of a
full-time dry planner.
-I would Ute to believe that they {Julius
and Gentz] don't understand the function
that he (Piazza) is performing and maybe If
they were abletotrack him on a daily basis
and sec what he b doing, they might not
be to objectionable. Rrst assured, whatever lira does it is In the best interest of the
dty."
'
CouncUwoman Carol Hartwi* said she
understands that Piazza's role should be
expanded as a temporary solution until a
full-time dry planner can be hired.
"Eventually we are going to need a dry
planner in addition to the planning commission,'* Hartwig said "As far a* the
interim is concerned. I think Jim Piazza
should be able to serve as the dry planpg
iw-r/planning
rngnmi—fcui chairman. D is
not fair to him to have developers and residents contacting him at his business and
he should be handling those afftiis at dtv
haU."
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Co for Kids campdigo. Hi&gim estimated they have already collectA national clothing company has teamed up
ed 700 coata-oue day b«fur«; the campaign officiatly
with numerous loc*' businesses to help a longkitks off.
standing Cleveland assistance project -Coat a for
Kids-have ona of its n ost successful years yet.
"The response lii* been incivdible." Higgins said,
holding up a child's coat that was with th« Land's End
Representatives fro:i
i*von
Lake's
donations. "Their cuslomere were very responsive."
Smvthe. Cramer office, who began collecting coals
at their Walker Road oh ':*• l&st week, became i desIn addition to Cinus. Smyche, Cramer and
ignated program coora .iaior by Land's End. the
Land's End. a group of student* from WeUview. ox
national catalog clothir. j manufacturer Liaied in
members of the Kids Care Club, have *lso been
Dodgeville. Wis.
doing their share by making posters and painting
drop
off bo'xe*.
WTAM/Cl*arChannel
Land's End. .in conjunction with the Points of
Communications. Channel 3 are also Coats for Kids
Ught Foundation, began t new program this year.
sponsors. Klsbon auto dealership. The Salvation
"(rroject Cory."
Army. Creystone Properties of Cleveland .and North
"Once a customer orders a new child's coat, they
Coast Litho also chipped in for ihe effort.
will receive a prepaid shipping package to donate a
gently worn coat or any brand," Land's En 1
Campaign coordinator MeUnie L*-~ mer said this
spokaspvrsoD Jamie Schrandt taid. "The company
mark* the 2lst year for the Coats for KicU project.
designated 14 drop off point* lationally."
The coats will be distributed Dec 10 and 11 to local
Smythc, Oamer aaiesperson Oria Hggins begins ur*ad- charities. Lechner said this year will mark th* CUM-'
Avon Lato wm» one of the 'esigruted locations.
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one
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seven
postal
crates
of
coats
donated
by
Land's
Last Thortday, Smythe. Cra-.\«r salesman Chris
millionth donated coat .-eceived.
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Higgios went down to the Ava Lake Post Office to
Smythe, Cramer will be accepting dooaUoosof
gently worn winter coats through early December
begin collecting a second ihipment of coats. Thts The coats may be any brand and dropped oCt«t
32020 Walker Road in Avon Lake. Donation**can
post otfic« had seven six-foot tall postal crates of
also be made at the Midway Mall and eight otb*r
bagged coats ready for Higgins to tale.
"They've been coming In for weeks." postal mall location* throughout Cleveland.
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It-unwd a tot alufig ttwr way.
omit. has turned into an Avun txisiiwns with a niche.
number of f'jod items cv.Judiiiy fLi1 Mt <* htlle (Awvhelmfd.1*
Su» Boucher has be«i pmbroidttiiig for nix tears- vomi ut'tlt-tn. IPJS. jaiui and ^-llit-i.
Suw viiii "1 didn't rt-^lizt; whit 1
During that time, she peddled h^r items at ana craft Uin [viit.i*. dipping -iaiutrs .niJ uuniy
v»a.> unil-iTikuiy. It's bewn a wan uf
ami began developing a following with her item*. Boucher Uu Saturdays and Suudu)* LUV
fun y«( tl i* str*rv>ful loo. I bad to
tin) dabbled in making gift basiirts thai included many of louwfs aui sajijple food Hems luUi
Ujft^iaui tuy whole Lumlv to %vi
her embroider**! piece*. She worked torn bonus on her its dips and fla veered uiltm**involved. My husband has b**n -*
S ^ Sttna, dreeming one day erf possibly opening hw own
grwir suppwttr 1 r;tHtldn'l hav?
Luuliug lor xjmethiiig to get ihal
store. Boucher U a member of the Embroidery Trade Bucktryt Ian in your lifo? Sue Ifc^z
don*; this ^vithout tlie tvelp of tiim
Association, the National Network of Embroidery ha.) A bust of Ohiu Stjte University
and my KML
Professionals and tho Floriani United Network.
gift iletiu, along nilii rival
"1 enjoy the peuple and I love
"When I began doing the gift baskets I thought it would Univeniiy of Ntkhigdit
picking out th« items w*; sell. The
b* nice to include something personal in them.~ she said.
inspirational books a/e "iy
Items availabl
g
"I dkbVt think I could make It on one or the other, so we include afghdni and tilanktrls. polos
favorites. We also have a be*uuful
dcidod to begin the proosM of going into business for our- and tees, golf towel*, bock packs,
section of cards that really permbn* selling both embroidery items and gift items."
stMw-iioc the senliment"
sweats and outerwear, baby items,
Thus, the opening of Sue fieez Embroidery, Gift school jackets, grandma/grandpa
Her lAusband is very proud of
O«krta & Gifts in Avon. The store is located nt 37321 shifts, denim shirts, towels and
b-.T e&vts.
Sue
and
Mike
Boucher
robes.
Data* Road in the French Creek District.
"I'm really impressed with
she has dme," Mike said.
"DqmcwapbioUy, it made sen» to come to Avon
According to Sue. customers can
because of Us rich antique heritage. Our gift item* ccen- pick out a variety of gilt items thai she will assemble into "She had no retail background and she jumped into this
plenmt the other stores in the area," Sue's husband and a gift basket for them.
feet first and it's a beau*ihil store. It has a lot of eclectic
bUffaMfli partner Mike Boucher sauL
Should one of thosa items be something that can be itetits people really seem to like."
Both Sue and Mike are eagerly antkipaling the holiday
embroidered, the receiver of the gift can then come back to
the store and have the item personalized, such as a gift lor season, as the pair is hopeful their new store wrill prove to
.
an unborn baby. Hems are al* o available for Individual be a unique stop for gift hunters.
sale.
"We're very excited for the Qi«<*m*a shopping seaSue hopes to eventually have a number of pre-made son." Mike said. "We have some*iting for everyone on
your list bum teachers to grandparents. We're eu>broigift baskets throughout the store, as well.
"We've been BO busy getting the store up and running: -iered everythingfrommartial arts belts to toCet papa*."
Sue Beta, a open luesday-Fiiday 10 ajn.-6 pan. and
1 canl seem to find enough hours in the day to gat everySaturday 10 a.m.-» pjn. Fanning Nov. 10, the store will
thing done that 1 would like." Sue said.
u. addition to mnning the store. Sue continues to work be open on Sunday from noon-S pja.
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November 6. 2002
TJ» PRESS
Is Dolan the 'anti-Stouffer' or will Thome save him from himself?
The Tribe "organization" is. in it*
particular way, in tbe process of Uvsing
off Jim Thome. Maybe I'll be amazed if.
in spitit of the Dolan "philosophy" and
M. Shapiro's best efforts to rid the
"organization" of its last "whopper"
salary. Theme re-up* with Cleveland.
Last whopper salary, that is. except
for the journeyman outfielder with the
injured shoulder and the surgically
repaired shortstop who couldn't quite
learn to play second base. Their com*
biued salaries roughly equal one of the
whopper salaries Mr. Dolan"s philosophy bars him from being willing to pay.
Say. Roberto Alomar's salary.
I say this because they're too cheap,
ex; under-funded, uh. philosophically
encumbered to pay a star's market
value. They always need to clear salary
f°* • "big-name." has-been pitcher
•bout Iq go downhill, like Finley.
Maddux, maybe?
• Tbsr never seem to be able to com
peta when it comes to keeping one of
our own nve agents. Bui they're always
abb to outbid all coiners for a famous
-fading star from outaiaV the organiza•%?Ibary'r» making tb«ir traditional
'WortfctffiM lor frva agency, hop*
u* tbe bofM town discount'
^
withdraw the offer ami say. "We can't
compete with the Yankees" (or Rt?*l Sox
or FhilliM or Cubs or Cardinals or
COFFEE Oriole-*
or Mets or whomever gets into
the bidding war.) They always do.
BREAK
They think, spin lik-j that will tool
fans again- News fla.*h. Dolan and
B/John Edwards
piru: it never fooled the fans before.
Co/ Reporter
Th» tins kept buying tickets because
lh«re always were, in tlie past. pUy<?rs
we knew and cared about stUI here to
"offer." pocked with "incentives": Like enjoy. After Thome, we'll only have
tying salary to attendance (blame the Ornar-and he'll be a free agent in two
fans); naming the home-run porch after years* Better get Shapiro busy on thu
him {as if Thome has that kind of ego); phone!
paying a "bonus" if he's inducted into
It's not like you haven't pulled this
the Hall of Fame Ihe's not even eligible met before.
until * years after retirement.) What
Kenny Lofton and Juan Gonzalez
agcra would accept an offer like that?
last year. Manny Ramirez the year
J Thome signs, it'll be because he before. Also with Sandy Alomar and
wants to «tsy here and be an Indian his with every player who's come up for
whole career, like Rosen. Feller and free agency back to Albert Belle: The
Lemon. A true rarity. (If he does, (be offer before free agency that the brass
organization will be even more amazed knows the agent can't accept, followed
by the "he's gone after tbe last nickel"
than I.)
They're making their low-ball offer
t
before the player and. more importantThen thi y go to sportswriters lookly, his agent even knows what his "mar- ing foe an o.*t-season story and spew a
ket value" is going to be. Just so they lot of bad-mouthing and personal
can say they made one.
attacks. The old "cancer in the clubWhen the agent says. *no thanks, we house" chatter. The ot* "we're glad he's
gone,
now we can play a young guy"
want to test the market first, they'll
lint;. Asl -Juhnuy Mac" if that's true.
They'll tw telling us Thome couidn>'«
play defen**?. as if we haven't been'
watching
•
He's not left-handed, but few fin*;
basemen piay the bdll off the bat *DgJ]j
butter, and his scooping of throws
vastly improved ever what be wattx
when tat 'he organization's request) bej
switched from third to first. Soms.'
will be fooled, but not manyTbia is one Jacobs-Hart tradition!
the Dolan-Shaptro regime believes
That's why season ticket holders hadf
pony up in October instead
December this year. Those season
suckers who've re-upped for '03 are
ing Dolan a huge benefit of the
The fans waited patiently for
Colon to become a dominant pi
Mr. D.. and as soon as be did c
ordered Shapiro to trade him
"prospects" because you knewi
couldn't afford him wlten his
ar^*:y comes up year after •ne»0V1'
exposed yourself with that deal I t
don't do whatever it takes to rs-tlgn
Thome, the fans will never forgiv*
Remember the empty scat*'
Municipal Stadium in '.he '1U
'80s? Just wait: Let rtiom* go
Jacobs field will be that empty, too.
•
Dancing and prancing has no place in sports, just play
> f J* it hist n » , or has anyone else
noticed that athletes, on any Isvst.
*«•» lo cetebnt* or taunt e. lot more
than usual Um« days? Coining from a
gal has who #wen a LOT of sporting
,•*«**« *n my day. I can mike this
observation with strong support.
-r-,l love •potts and tbe thrill of athletic competition. Having never
played organized •ports myself. I
•djnlr* athletes who work bard at
thai* craft and porfonn to tbe best of
tbetr ability for tbe team. Yes, the
TOtMl Not ftut YOU Mr. Athlete.
, 'While 1 would never begrudge anyM" from showing their excitement
'formaking a great pl»y on tbe football
fl*Id, or •coring the game winning run
In baseball. I cant: stand it tr^en athletes r liars to dance, groove, boogie.
shuffle and point *o their opponent
when they make a great play. So you
did something good, big deal.
Th» way I see It. you did your job.
Do you think doctors shake their
groove thing in the operating room
after they save a life? How silly would
wi» look at The PRESS if after our
deadline we threw our computers on
tbe floor and formed a conga line
through the office In celebrattonT
-There are athletes out there who
are better known far their gyrations.
, than they are for great plays. Take one
of the most famous of all dancers/ath<
letei, Billy -White Shces" Johnson
who played for tbe Houston Oilers
football teaia years ago. He was one of
the first to groove In the end zone.
How can we forget Neon Dei on
or some ridiculous taunting for no and bake" when th*y da something^
reason. If tbe defense is giving up 20 good oo field. I blame the coaches at}
points ID the first half, they should all levels of sport for this behavior. -,"_
SHORT
not be 'raising the roof when they
How many times do you havetob*'
finally tackle someone.
penalized before you real?** that
TAKES
Last week, my husband and 1 shakin* and balln' is not going to get
attended a high school font ball gim« you anywhere? Coaches, teach your
By Jute A. Short
players to be respectful and disciand I witnessed many instances of
City Reporter
-• .-.,
what I call "showboating.'* Only one pline them.
time did the referee actually call a
Again. I'm not saying thai athletes,
foul, but there were many expression* should not be allowed to snow •ntO"£.
Sanders who conquered two sports of wacky dance moves (a.k~a. show- tlon or celebrate. But Is all ihU'sxtn^
currlcular stuff r«a!ly
with bis crazy moves on the field boating] and taunting.
My favorite is the defensive player, Especially if it costs your tsant tfl
(football and baseball). That guy
spent more time worrying about his who after sacking the quarterback, has end. There Is a time and a place
customized dance routine, than he to flex his muscles in • gorilla pose everything. Sbow toms respect
like Hans and Frans from the famous just play ths game/Celebrate wit
did playing the game.
"-'4'
Ever heard of the 'Dirty Bird?' It Saturday Night Uve skit. So you got a family and friends after.
was a silly dance routine a bunch of sack, big deal. Get another and we'll
You can't see me now, but I'mT
Atlanta Falcon football players talk. There were also a few players ishing up this column and doing
dreamed up to show off when the dancing a moon walk In the end zone "Ketchup Danes.'"
• - ...
after touchdown.
team scored.
If I have to explain ll to you, j
I've even seen younger kids "shake need to get out moret
You would think professional athletes would know better and be
mature enough not to act tike freaks
when playing a sport. Professional
CORRECTION
athletes are some of the biggest
offenders of them all when it comes to
: m • pbolo that sdp*ar»d oo pftft 11
dancing and taunting Take a look at
of the Oct 30 IKUHWJ Jf Ths PRESS
the Brawns this season.
entitled. "Hog fupO.^ih* captdn read
They lost a game because some
that ths Avon Polka Department
idiot took hli helmet ofr and threw it
donated $500 to Laka Erie Harleyin the air because he made a great
Davidson for the company's "Racs
play. Save It for the locker room
Against Drugs.'* program, Ths money.
buddy!
was donated from the Avon' Police
He learned his lesson the hard
Department's FXXP. 145 fund for the
way. The Browns have been penalized
anti-drug campaign. Wsregretnot placfor dozens of yards this season
ing the Information with the original
because of personal fouls that usually
caption and apologize for the oVsnfgh*
involve some ridiculous celebration
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THE PRES& n in 300. km Us, OH WO.
Goose
Center is killing the sneaks 1
I rind h-ird lu believe is thu.1 d»k any golf course gruundskeeper.
«tn-d the current site fur th*
^uu get one uf ihsse h\y*z dog* tu
Mi» [iikktAi out, >ome kindly
g
cha*f the gfe»e jruand a few weeks,
um didn't i;u fu j to until metjliujf
and they eventually move on to gr_-vnBEAT
iiif'jiin the biuliierv they were builiii'i^
er. le^s soiled pas tare*. 1 myself ain
un gr"c-*e property. As a matter uf fact. I'd
stunu-Mi this radiiy gevs*- can reside
bf ttilliug to bet tumeuue mentioned it
outside a building" where toad of the
<JOWQ the line, but everyone ignored
ix-t pants axe heavily aimed by law 1
him ui her ,13 crd:y old coins. I', reminds
would have thought we'd b# picking
me of t!te days 1 was covering council
them off for target practice at teost by
owMing* Uit a semi-large daily pjper
now. Bui the problem, which is bad. is
out of the ovrn goodness all around
and would sit in on uunierous Oitetiiiijs
getting wo/»u by the W M L P/etly soon,
But in actuality. I'm tailing about
about
the
placement
of
the
boal
launch.
if* going to make the office* at The
' f e ' n 5 J d T at (fcfc building. The OLTMaybe not officially, but certainly cleaxPRESS look clean.
pUJfc oi the building has b**n poorlv
ly. old fishermen and towmes would be
lacking of late, and all the old-time
The moral of the »tory. and there is
saying, That might be tiie w«n»t locaAvon Lai*,, can tell you wbv: goose
one here, is Uiat sometimes a^w add
tion in town fur a boat launch. Always
dropping,. It may sound funny to vou. fills up with sand." If memory serves,
street know-how can replace all thn
but 1 have to walk through the parkins
book 'earnin' there is. and we ore fools
and it usually doesn't, an outside corps
lot once a week, and it is BAD. I'm not
for not listen ; ng to it. Sure, thfl geese
of engineers from somewhere like Iowa
even sure it's a gaggle of g m c . the came in and said just the opposite, and
weren't stopping us from building the
creature* could be ducks, or perhaps a
Justice Centre, but wouldn't it Lave
away we built. And, evrry summer
swan or two in the making, but whatsince, the ci:y pays to dr»-dge out the been easier to run them off before we
ever, they have waaar too much biin
sp*nt our tax dollars on a wild refuge?
launch.
At any rate, 1 honu winter gets here.
I? ~ u ^ " e n t diet, if y^u get my
J
The silly thing to me is this kind of
and fast. I'm running out of clean
drift.
geese problem has an ecsy Tut; just go
shoes.
OFF
manent t h , w . i l l d l t h i c k
'*
front
y know I cant touch la«n
For those who haven"! had the plea!SS« /
visiting
th* police
itation/muiiy court building. and judg*
||nj
j by the pwtiag l o t e v
that s mo« of you. I have got to »ayy vou
The
^"ding itw/fis
' or""y^
Hall, or possibly Center of Town
HaXL 1 myself call it The Building
* C W I « » Street From Top*. And it is
s a fiil, except
ir e i t h for
n th* four or
|
IS J ?
***-*
Center
" ~>d* w the
sprinkler system puts out a non-exiswo! Ore. But even then, we are talkies
«*»M spanking* new-car smellin. freajj
THE
LETTERS TO THE
EDrroR
who paruapatBri in this continuing tradition. Everyone
has proven once again that we are a community that helps
mayors of her hard work and dedication.
At) of ihat aside, the Consortium of mayors is recoovmtradtng to their respective councils to dissolve the
Maggie Corconn
Consortium and to turn over the agency to the Lorain
^u*mmMiwm
Anmian tog aod pel* thie
Assistant Director. CRS
County Office on Aging. Mayor Bemer stated that be is not
1
sure how the program would be run. but that they could
^ **
I KhvanH thanks The PRESS
request specific services by the WHY of a conrracL This is
er UJen tamns.
To the Editor
of course no ytanrntae that any of the services, other than
The membra of the Kiwanis Club of Avon Lake thank the bome-deliveruJ meaU for seniors program, would
HaBemwm. (ft doubtful the teenager that
youfcrthe generous contribution of ad verusing space and continue. Mayor Berner stated that the mayors from each
copy to the Homeoamins Pancake Breakfast. With the communitv would try to see that all services would connsawtance i f the Avon Lake Key d u b we served over
rdk»T»w normal little kid*, which come to
tinue but that it would be up to each individual cnnimu1j6Cu hrrwkfiHts All of our donors were recognized at the
being abb to lift this stand. Kaytw
nity. I only hope if 1 ever need a program Uke Northeast
breakfast.
k*d thai n o b our comiwmtive American
Lorain County Social Servfc** that I have a person Uka
Proceedsfromthe breakfast support the club s on going Janet Strickland to rum to.
contn^m'ty
service
eodeevors,
as
wall
as
the
Avon
Lake
*W»ap« a»p*c«oU of this kid are • warsrfwhat th«ir Kiwaois Scholarship program. Your geooDsJty enahles
I would like to encourage each and every resident of
t V r t f e d f a a t nlgbtfid would make
our cotnmunities to talk to their mayor and council manKiwanis
to
%>pry
almost
all
of
the
DCDCMKIS
to
communidflU
ty service projects. On behalf of the Board of Directors. hers and ask them to keep this agency under our own con* p o « « nmort on both
PreoidmA
.lab Raymond and our members, please accept trol so that we. as dUzens. can help our people as w e
t to har« thrir y
know beat
ocr sincere ^Mltude for your contribution. We hope that
you will consider supporting our fund raUuME protects in
Barbara Panon
tb»fu*ur*
SbefnVidLake
. „ ^ " c k Leopold
Pumpkin Festival was a success
l«n» DCIMMJU trick "nd vkdousnests ore
that roam w r na&bubooOa. b ^artod when
"Mm oiCttm fund-raiser
*i~,~>~
^
P * ™ ^ * B ' ^ t k f ^ cawirrr.an
Tb the Editor:
Rwl wood PTA would like to thank everyone who had
To the Edttur
• IIMK\ in making this year's Pumpkin Festiva! a succeaa.
1 am writing out of coocrrn for what is happening at
Several hundred stut*«tnts, staff, family members and
Northeast Lorain County Social Services [NELCSS}.
neighbor* attended the Oct. 19 event and some 73 voluntog pacsom and eatabUshowntsfartheir gsaarous donaOver the last several months, there has been bickering,
ttrwrs work.**! turd to make uV day special.
tloos to our OcL 2f3 ruhd-imkar "A Tarte of Chili:''
Special thanks go out to Tim and Debbie Brown. Mark
>9pm\mmwf* Pltb, Athena's Restaurant. Herb's on the dissension and some disturbing accusations made. These
accusations are comingfroma scall faction involved with
and Kathy Leiden. Shnrri Cox. Ctrl Scout Troop 481 and
UJtA, Subway. Norotny Catering. Armbicn. Gianl Eagle.
the volunteer workers and include few board members.
its leaders, Jane Kepic and Stwrrf Oonegsn. Jun Flaoigan.
IknittavDaxmta Schuster. Wendy's, Quimos. Conv«nirat
This small faction has tried to show Incompatence.
Ray Nichols and Ann Kundtz.
Food Mart. Atlanta Bread Co« Topi. McDonakTs. Dairy
neglect and theft In office on the part of the director, Janet
Also. Redwood PTA
Qmwnandtbs-aiyofATOQUke
y
Strickland. Insinuations from "anonymous sources'* have
appreciates the efforts of
Without their b*lp. thk Bvmt o m t wrould have been been made, but thwe has been no proof of wrongdoing of
Kent Hardman, Patty
:
d » tiira— thai tt m We alao wanttoextend thanks to any kind. If anything, these accusations have brought U? Schenkslberg.
Donna
tb» many wjiuiliw • far all of thwir hard work. Thanks to theforefrontall the stood and positive things that happen
Bates, Todd CUlespie and
all of th© wonderful people who battled th» chilly weath- atNELCSS,
Don! Garbe. Tho Avon
T af to mapbtt m ki uui WiH (usd-«miMr. You ant the onw
• NELCSS has been senrtng our tour communities in its Lake High School Key
our fouoaaoon.
fullest capadty, serving home-deUverod meals every day. d u b and the Kiwanis
h* Avon Laka Landmark FroMrvatlon Socl^y
aiding the nee. ry of the communities with emergency food
Kids, along with Linda
T h . Friend* of dw p a * Skate and Bike Croup
supplies, infant can In theformof disposable diapers and Cebbardt were a big help
formula, and furnishings for the elderly and needy and
with
the
Pumpkin
Fooddrt¥9
successful
running the USDA government food program. Ifeelthe Festival as well.
Th the Editor
needs of many are bring defiled by the pettiness of a few.
Finally, we would like
f _th» nmnal C3ri Scout Ibod drh* hald on Oct. 26 was
The mayors of our communities a n tired of the petti' to express our appreciation
tti ftrK ht*. AoeMrtl
a voccess. The CH Scouts coUsctad hundreds of bags of ness thai has been coming from thesefewpeople and with to the Marc's store in
nooparlshabU food ton toUetrle* and paper products.
the way the commvjitMs are growing, they do not have
Westlake, Avon Lake's
Oar thank* to aU w h o contributad to replenishing
the timeto; >.» to the Consortium that is needed to help
Tops. Giant Eagle. Papa
itty Reaourcw Services' food pantry. These items
with the operation of the lajency.
Johns and Maria Gardens
will b» us«d hi the coming months to help families that
At the NELCSS ma—ing on Oct. 22. Mayor Benwr
for their continued support
S k f o i t
admitted that he has bad very little involvement with
Cathy Easterly
A spacial thank you to all the scouts and troop leaden
NELCSS and Ms. Strickland has bran told by the ether
Redwood PTA president
.i, Ota babatf of the Avon Lake Landmark Praervatkm
SocWyarid tha Fttmus of th« Pwk Skat* and Bike Croup,
NELCSS mayhem
oppe
Ybu'r* gontm low Vex* FiooH
Another
opening
Per 1 imports is one of the
latest ratal stores to be
opened in Awn Commons.
The store is now open for
business.
CARPET
SALE!!
$1.63 sq tt
Sun., Nov. 10
-9.00 ?.M
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franc** C*\\otzl fij
fill American Carpet and Tile
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SHEFFIELD LAXE
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On Oct. - 3 . dt Shurrw*1! NhDjt
("HIIHT
Shi'f.fitcW La If. t.idiU tlj^l^ »e< urity K
!-/>fji/i n u n whu h^d stiiffnj Hi | J H I > uf .\f-wjiurt
<.jg.'ireHe* into his pant*.
ShfffiHil L A e f»4tri'!uiiii 7 1 Si bniidl tuiA u » lody uf thr- ihuplifier. « h o idi-ntili.ri hinm-if J *
Aug?lu» Arnuld. 34. uf Lur<un
Sheffield Lai-*- Puln-f Litt-d Arnuld in M,i>ur'>
Court on * ifMi LorupUint li^m^J I*- CIJIII KJI; 1 '"
ieturity. O'» IXt. 2i. Arnuld wai boml<-ij out. witn 4
titurtng *i't ft»r Nov. I m Shfffifld L.IV.H MdvurS
(jjurt.
Meanwhile. Sheffield Lalu I'ulici- IVparinifrtt
(SLPD) Detsttiv* Sergeant Jerry Payiur *«nt ih**
An;u!.i
Aii'.;.'!u
IVilh- i:.t>i id-nr
liirn-eif .ji
y
>; d
V^J-* i>fii!ji «irrjiii:i*-d uti a fifUi( m --i^ mi; ^uleii prufurrty.
y
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Zuber to revisit tax relief fund despite council's denial
aiotunl this table, ttveryooe 1 have talked to j
cummunity thinks this U a great idea.** Znbari
By Lori £
Zuber said be wilt cooJinufl to sedc
r>4Ogram to assist needy homeowners by taldngi
Councilman KxH. (ICC) Zuber
inrvta approach with coupril.
- .ivi
mvnod UP to • ramptign promise lut
"A lot of VJB kodbuck 1 received re£amd
wasfctobring famrd U» ld«« of an
doesnt man»x what type of hou«ift|«*
"Avon Ufc» HocDiMtMd Prognm"
tncome,'" Zuber said,
kiowd to prorld* r*lkf to n a t d n u
"You want to kmp these people i s tbi»b?;.
Wi& low |OCO8»> bttt hi* fallow COttlJThwe's morB people who need this than mb;*
.cfl
moabtfO
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down
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tbink.•,'
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Ho also disputed then ware that a a n r B
expenalv* booMs; "taking adrtntace of ths> i
noting that many people who boogu;
, w*lct would b m t w l
agofarJ15JM0 to 130000 sow
ihMad ^txnt S23.000 to
much higher vahtae.
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"*> not fair to poaitfa people.becau**i
appreciated," Zobarseid.
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Zobar saidfastwin dbcum wlatts prognss»i
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-Mr parsooal feeHnj is thai Wrmmtmmdfa•ome- faels ntnport aswd* to cone from tha ctty.
- » dbasni seam like the (State of QUo) j
wbat flawed In thai It looks only at Income and not
O U JUst^TnMsTssjf MMJL&
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D * worth," Kow»liii said
wrt to
Zpbat aftar stating that the city had no pcoblaoi
"If they're not dealing with the n-obtfaa at a'a««la-,
fat tucliiilon
jfaadafegb—bail and socoar oroniiations levstl. we need to start moviaf on It M a biGallevwt"^
The ordinance, oo i u ihh'T —1» is wae Htnied ft^•T*- ',
,
appeared irked
irfcavl at tsonncll*!
council** lack of rappcrt.
abaoet DO *upport Crom the six
~WUfa the exceotioa of the peopfv fitting here 1 with Zuber casting the Ion* > • * - TD»«. ••. • , •- .
AVON LAKE
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other council members.
Councilman Michael Stanek. uncirv
an exactly what the purpose of the program was, fell lbs city may be rebating
more money than a resident pays for
taxes, b««QtimJly subsidizing other
taxes.
Zobvr was perplexed at Stanok'i
comment, commenting several days
later that council was familiar with tne
plan.
"Thi* has been presented to them
beforvr and it'* a yrrtty simple idea,*
Zuber said.
Councilman Earl Martin raqmeeed
: concern that sane reeideots oa lbs>
Vwnutmti Act h«ve no income, but still h m hondt^o^hawaadjornetivorih and he did not seaport
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Toy store-first of many small businesses-comes to Commons
AVON
Ferrari
With aU oi ;he development occurring
in Avon fix the adult community- *omeooe has finally stepped forward* for the
city s little o u n .
Pi-AYmattert, a new and unique toy
« . has already agre**i to leasw twms
First Interstate, the developers of
Avon Common* and celebrated their
grand opening aariief this week.
According to store ownw Michael
Zeigenhagen. his store is ~tn stark control
to the siuggUh performances of idliotuij
toy store chains and mass merchaadiwrrs
who have eruered thetoycategory."
Zeigenbagen said his store specializes
it* selling toys that te->ch, challenge and
inspire chikven. He also noted that all of
his toy* are htnd selected by him and anr
chosenforthe unique learning and inspirational value.
Zeigenhagen is originally from
U t h<u U\wi ai the a ^ n U m i
*i«* uacv lsei w,ih bii wife. Uuriene.
children Nor*. 20. Uiiv. 2U
in
He -tlso Wc/fcwd o\ »rw4s
and that is wikre he^jt his initiation to
sLtn hin own toy storv.
It w « 19S2 imd he Wi> ^iteridiEg lit*
Nuremberg Toy F«ir when he w*s so
moved with \he unique toy election ttwt
he wanted la being them twtl to bis
homeland arid stan his own 4W«e thai
would offer the developments; toy* to
Ameriuin cuild/en.
"1 worked attrswu
aad traveled a lot and
when the tiroe cam* in
"92 to look for my own
business. I was looking
for toys for my young child/en,"
Zeigenhagtrn said. "I couldn't find Anything of good quality and that is when I
knew that I wanted toys to teach, challenge and inspire."
The new store opening marks the
fourth PLAYuid tiers in th* givaitt
Cl^eWid jred. but the fhii of »•» Viiui on
l!i«r \*«rtt aiuV uf th= city. He JIWJ nc'fJ
th*: the -rooo-wjiidit-fjcn s:u;* in Avon U
lh« largest th.it he hj» ev«T buiit.
"I Iirtrl liiat Avon Cummoas
th.- dr^mution c*-ui~r rji\ the Ifa* WtitiiJe shupprrv'
importantly, tiie A'. ua-Avon
a lias a high residential
growth rate with EimiJv demographi u . The school $\*tetii is
gre.it dnd 1 couldn't find anything like this on the w«i! side
ii'id th;l dr^w ci*; to
ths area,"
PLAVm.it I e.'*
also ha* lut^tiurj in
pp
Shaier Sqiiirw aiid Solon.
Tiiv Pepper PiLe store Wti* tbeftr-Klto
open in 1992. Zeigenhagen »*id that all of
his stores are equipped with close to
iOJJOO different toy selections.
His itores carrier Pldvmooile,
4
PLAKmatters
Brio and luwniii the Tank Engine toy*.
"1 hi? look and let! of I»UJ stctfwt it Uk
L^IIJ^ at huun- m a r/iiai
Ztig-;ntugwa said- "Xl is d .
toy store and we »/" a neighbor to our
cu.«itDm«». ~
The storw owner said that hi* More i*
ditfer«i! tinr. thn xnaior f^ifi* in another
way as well.
Kt-sidcnti will bv able t& re*»-rve speciil esents at Lbe store, a* well as enpy
ilorjtE'lIing s^AAions with their cfaildrtu.
Additionally, creative cratt sea*ioo»
•Atil b* held *t the location and will open
fijr btrtixidv pArtiei.
2*-igt-flhdgwn said thai h«; i* loding
forward 'a caoung to Avon and is pltMsed
to U? ii'. th city, but is no< nure whether
he wili «Ap<uid in the near future.
"Every time you expand it is like having J kid," Zeigwnbagen $aid**We are opening stores rvery twu to
threff ywin~J al ways lay thai I will never
do it again, but I cant tell you what the
future hold*."
Council okays wetlands revision of French Creek Business Park plat
SHEFFIELD VILLAGE
Also passed under suspension of the
rules vri5 the first-rending approval of a
resolution declaring the Village'* support
for Issue 1C. a 4.99-mill Gve-yeor emerSheffield tillage Council urxnlmousgency operating levy for the Sheffieldbf voted to suspend th« three leading rule
Sheffield Lake school district. The 51-38
to grv* fittt iMdtag appnval to «a ardimillion school levy was oo yMterday's
MncB tbstt c f a n m tbe site rdtn at the
General Election ballot.
new Ptmcch Cracdt Busiaemi Part
Also on Grst reading and suspension
Four Lit* in thcr businew park located of tbe three reeding rule, council unaniM«t at Eart Rhw RJMI and couth of th*
mously passed three "end of the year
5pftzrr commercial development pmik on appropriations' ordinances- The three
Detroit Road (SR 254), will be declared
ordinances, originally presented by
unbniMafaig at th* reauest of the Ohio
Gerk-Treasuxw Tim Ptrloc as one ordiEPA.
nance with three fund trfcufars. were
comnerted to three separate ordinances at
Tb*£vrlota, roughly 53 acre* in total
the request of Law Director Gail Schafler.
ana. wffl be permanently prsterved u
PHcfc explained the three fund transwUaod areag.
firs were li»t«l in the title of tbe ordiy
H
tandf aczM^B may be deeded to the nance, instead of as three separate Iin»*Itetra at the request of stats auditors.
Load*CMtrtty Metroftrto at gocne point
la tfa* tatasm. to a w n their preaervation. Schai&r thought tbe break with traditionwbUa It might satisfy tbfl auditors, might
Q d ^ f c d COWBCU to nnpood
conAise future councils. So *ach item vnts
the wetlwids
given • avparala ordinuKM to tuvlf. All
ill totJa-«lilt| to be sold U W H ^
h
tf
n Uota
inaaaHawl company which bopos to begin
Tbe geoeral fund's police equipment
coMtTUCtton at the busiuBM parks Cm
fund was given a 350,000 transfer to purbirfMrPg as soon as possible.
chase coaJnuniraUons equipment- of
Tbe s i n r «*ld she did not want tite
which S46J0OO will be reimbursed in the
Bosflfblfl s»ie and boUdlujt start to in bold
form of a grant
opfarntor* than six wews to KcomfnoPolice Chiei Mike Curich said the new
date three readln|ts of ^» wetlands ordiequlnnwnt will allow Village officers to
talk to other departments. O w 33.OCO
| also suspended the rules and
was moved to tbe cap'tal projects fund to
passed, cm second reading, a resolution
pjyforengineering foes forfirestation #2.
aoettprtFH tb* amounts and rates of taxes
and S1.200 was moved to capittl promts
as astlmatwi by too county auditor
to 0nish payment of tbe contractor finishTb« sv«p«!«siaa of the three reading
ing the Ford Rood-Gulf Road improverule to pas* the resolution on second
ments.
n«diMt was necessitated by a Nov. 1
CoutKJl beard I second reading of an
(wadBm Imposed by tbe county.
By John
ordirancw that will replace the Village's
Ondercin said the mayors and counold "no isks braking' ordinancf:. At the
cils of Avon. Avon Lake and ShsfSeld
request of residents but year, council
Lake will be making contractual business
agreements with tbe county's Office oo
pass**! an ordinance btnnir^ excutsivo
Aging,
engine brakinj; noise prod-jced by some
heavy trucks whil« slowi'jg to a stop.
She said it will be up to each municipality to work out a business agreement
Tbe old ordinance (and subsequent
with the county agency to provide tbe
•igntge posted an Colorado Avenue/SR
specific service* needed by iu own elder611 and Abbe Road.'SR 301) used specifly
or otherwise needy citizen*.
ic language banning "jake braking.'*
She said Lorain County Office On
Council used tb-j phrase in the Kshef thai
Aging will provide council with « busiit WM trucken* sbng for a downshifting
ne«s
agreement and afoetobe paidfarUs
technique to slow the truck's speed by
services at a later data.
using tiie engine as well a* the brakes.
A letter from Jacobson Manufacturing
corrected council s impression, stating
(hat "Jake Brake" is their resirtervd trade
oark tor an engine braking device similar
to those manufactured by sevr.ftl other
companies.
Jaoobsoo's latter further stated that
e v a s i v e engine braking noise is moot
often caused bv individual drivers who
alter or remove muffling d«vic^ from
*iM-h engine brakixtg txjuipnuiat in ordvr
• Antique shopping
lo try in «avw fWL
experience for browsers
All "no imkm braking" signs have been
& hobby seekers
rrrooved. TIw n«w vxcvulve vagina bnking noUw ordinance will be specific to
• Collectors paradise
excessive vngine noise and removal of
muffler devices. II will not mention {ake
Brakes in any way.
Finally, council heard first readings of
Open Year Round
ordinances to dissolve the Northeast
Lofaln County Social Services' (NELCSS)
mayors' consortium as of Dec. 3 ] . 2002
and to Initiate a contract with the Lorain
County Office On Aging to provide meal)
on wheels service to elderly Sheffield resRt. 1 1 3 - WMUcWesto/IU.58
idents.
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The purpose of Wateriine a lo Id you Ljiow vthu: yvur
Board Of Municipal Utilities is doxy hi tm±ui? (hut IWJ
ye\U tvctrtvn the bent quality drinking ucter ar.d >u/«f
**u$*<* water trcwtaifnf a( t/it" ^cm^sr punsttA* c\nt. /trv's
tvhaf happened QI the last Board of L'uUtin tnt-etiag
Kniepper and ELerW grt new ntira
After months of delibEraaan tiitf Bodrd of Municipal
Utilities and the Avon L-thus Human Resource Cuuuniiiee
agreed upot> new designations (or lfc« dim-ior *r-d i i . i v
taut director *jf utilities. Instnid ot director, foiui Kniepper
will have the aew title of Chief Utilities Executive [CUE].
and Rkk EUfrie %»ill don the mantle of Chief of Utility
Operations (CL'Ol- I b e un*> title* will bring with ther.i
broadened <mai of responsibility CUE'S primary U&L will
b» irapi?men.tui£ « strategic plan far growth as aiandiiwJ
by thtf board of utUUttn. The CX'O will aarMnxe bttu±dtit
respaosibtiiucstothe Jay-today oj^erotkici of the di^pj/Tmeat. Ai*o. the department h*s irttervwwwi six car.didaie* for the r«-wlly created position of En£in«rrui#
Services Manager. Two candidates will be invited back fur
second interviews and that number pared to one prior to
• final interview with the board at its Nov.
From left: Utfr*s [Vector John Kniepper, Utfoes Board Oarman Oaries Whrtmer, Jrtayor Rob Bemef, Bob Pottoil
d Post Axhrtccts. O y Engineer Vi/ade Mertz and CouncJ Presidert Greg Z 6 a eac*! scoop a ceremonialfiraJshowrt<
The board'),rtrmtegicplanniog committre recommend- at Monday's groundbreaiung for the A*on Lai^fi Munopa! Utdites Department's new offce/garage complei on Ittarf
ed impJemrnting the following goalsforthe Utility wWe othof oty officials and employees look on.
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Department in 2003: Plan to increase tralec plant capacity
thank all involved for the great job and my aj
to 50 million gallons a day (mgd) by the year 2000 to servo thai sections of the walerlinf*. at SR 2O and the Metro
Parks and the SR 10 borv in \orth KidgeviUi*. an* out of
the future needs of Avon Lakn water customers. Analyze
SuvcCTuly." a happy Hickorj- Lane resident
easement
and
will
provide
jvidtsncB
of
some.
Upon
disand develop a strategy to lower the cost of future water
Other news The department's natural gas ronriwili
plant expansion, f-"***mq» to seek new agreements forcussion with counsel. U seems a lawsuit will be th« only
up Oct. 31, but the cost of cubic foot will be down 10 a
means
of
settling
Haraagw.
which
occurred
at
the
KMX
providing waste water treatment to the Cry of Avon and
through September next year. Thanks to nuceirliin^'
Road leak in North Ridgeville. The cost of the repair, estithe Loratn County Rum! Waste* ater District. Progress will
PUCO lilting by the dep«tment And. if you're tffflj
mated at 5*8.000. could involve all parties, including the
be tsriewed quarterly. Board Or""™"1 Chuck Whitmer
ing your «vater/sewer bill the same old way. you can i
water line project engineers and inspectors, sanitary icww
said, *Tb continue to grow and keep costs low we need to
time and money with the departmenl's Aotopay,
and pipe'ine contractors, sanitary sewt r engineer and the
determine the ana's future needforquility water treatAutomatic payment from your chocking
sewer owner. The pipe manufacturer i 'JO could be held
ment and fcasp our capacity «head of the demand." Cost
account will save you the'ime of writi^ a i
accountable he any pipe that was del- dive. A meeting
of next plant **r-r»«w. » still too high. After one cost
and stopping by. or the cost of mailing in your ]
will be scheduled (o discuss the issue. 1 'opefulfy all parreduction, the cost lor the next water plant exnantjonevery quarts. Autopay will also eltmtoaf tbe{
tnxn 40 to 50 miHko gallons a day-is still to high for the ties can reach na agreement before- a i ourt takes legal
of any late payment penalties. For mom lnferm*<tott,i
action. Tbt water pipe was suspended H m"g excavation
bftfrf WHdfN>nBj1lHWrt OfirfilW*1*- Tt>* *»wf n*»»f h«n ma)cmA
the Avon U k e Municipal Utilities Department at
to install a 30 feet deep sanitary sewer line under the
far a llofe rocr* time to review its figures befber others arewater line. Stress on the pipe )oiat caused the gasket to 6226. Did you know? Americacs spend about S3 J
invitad to make proposal*. The most pressing work is an
annually to buy bottled waterforhealth aad I
blow and pipe !o leak. Legal counsel has asked for phoOhio EPA rrquiraoMOt to handle water plant sludge difbut it costs 1,000 times more then municipal
tographs and inspection reports to help determine who
fc«antrjr by r**T-*r**Tt h in a Jbrcs main to the Water was respoiKihK Meanwhile, the leak has been stopped
water? Avon Lake drinking water surpasses all the j
Pollution Control Ceotec This can be accomplished withand state EPA standardsfoxsafety and purity andfti
and all customers along the line are "vitinuipgtoreceive
out eaqiamluM the plant. Since the new plant filters will
much
less. However, if your taste bud* are extfa i
water.
not be evaOabl* until next summer; the board decided to
refrigerating water and adding a iqueew of lemon, 1
take advantago of the lime and. if necessary, get the best
they do at your favorite restaurant, o n make it tasaa <
OfficaCarage budget approved The board approved a
pric* nataftla. Sewer Improvements. Budget items hat-it
budget of S2.20O.00O lor the construction of the new better.
establishedfaraevacal aewer separation projects next
omce/garage complex. Approximately $760,000 will bo
Editor's note-. We appreciate your opinions and con>
sanitary mwm in Moore Road and
transferred hum the watw impact few fund. Sl.MO.000
mmU. Pleateadttnsx tnem to Watetiixw. ThmAmmUika
83. Infuai budget nquireoents of S219.4Q0 include
from National City B«nk Construction Funds. «nd
Stunicipal Utilities Department. 33370 lakm Raad^Amm
cost*fartoil testing and project engineer$100,000 from the sewer fund to the water construction
Lahf. Ohio 44102. ur e-mail AYoa_fak*_*n*m9cm0a
fna> A construction budget will be developedfcrboard
fund for the project The complex will be located across
approval in nBrember. Thsi profrctt are part of the LongGram the old Aquamarine on Miller Road. Construction is
l e n a Combined Sewer Overflow Control Plan m»rw4^»d
expectedtobegin soon. In the same motion, the sewer
by the state andfederalEPAfund budget item for the project* was Increased from
360.000 to $100,000. All items tall within the approved
Sean* FTL3 prohkma continue The department found
overall department budget Good news for maintenance
that (tpfxoxbnately 2JO0 feet of the 42-inch water line in
crews. It's always nice to ticar tram m satisfied customer.
CTL2 are off easement, adjacent to the Briar Lakes
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Holy Spirit will get parking lot, legal action is settled
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According to C**jff Smith. Avon Lake's law director.
the city opted to try lo settle the action before allocatAvon Uke City Council voted «t a « « n t council
ing additional funding fur the city's defence. Smith
• • * » « * »*"i» • leg^i action filed bv Holy Sofi
sdid the city's agreement pertained to the second plan
Urt summer after the city, p W u n g coinini*Holy Spirit submitted to planning commission.
Council discu&stfd the possibility of overturning
p
the churcn * parking lot.
planning cumin iis ion's decision, which vetoed Hulv
The motion effectively overturns planning cumnus-Spirit's plans by a 5-2 vote, at the Sept. 16 meeting
*ion • decision to deny the church its pUn* Council
with several council member* saying planning corumi**ian needed »u{iport
Th# church first w*nt belorw planning commission
Mayor Kob Berner, who sits ou planning comiruon Juno 4 to seek a zoning pexuijt to conmuct a •» 270- The at/ recatiy setfed legal acton Red byrt*/Sort sion axis ijjl approving votes for both of the dem^d
squar^ibot parking lot off L*ar R^d. The lafs p l ^
plan*, fell otherwise.
Church on Lea/Road
Tor expanding parking for another r>0 vehicles
"Overturning their decision can also send a rues- "
p a i a g the number or spaces to 303. The pUn
•i*ge they ore not infallible." Berner said at the collecsioiw" disputing the commission's decision and tive (.vmmittee meeting.
included re-striping the existing lot to increase ihe authority.
«u«ing lot's number of spaces by 31. The plan w*j
Kevin Burke. counsel for the Cleveland Diocese and
On Sept. 4. a second plan Wds p r i n t e d to plan- representing
oMUod for various reasons, including iasuiTici^c
Holy Spirit tould nol specify when conning commission, featuring higher muunding, howet- struction would btgin. but sxpvcted the plan would
er
concerns
were
then
raised
that
the
mounding
would
include
elements
from the church's first and second
Xeprosentativet for Holy Spirit, on the earner of cause safety i'sue* since ibe lot would tw hidden from
proposal
Lear and Walker roads, first Wed * notice of appeal 0 D
the road- Member* also stated they would prefer lo see
Wjr 3 in U» Lorain County Court of CommblTpiJa the
"I am very happy. Geoff Smith was very helpful and
IoC plated away from Lear Roa.l or the west-rn
*&**** the a t y of Avon Lake Planning Commission
I enjoyed working with him." Burke taid. "He w u very
portion
of
the
church.
specifying "unconstituiional. unlawful, illegal arbiprofessional throughout. The parUh was given some
In responv to plaruaing commission's Sept. 4 consideration with we wanted to do. and we took mea~
trary, capricious, unreasonable and unsupported deciF
Uet
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HHoly
o I > S Spirit
p m t f lfiled
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By Lon E.
Lorain shooting suspects have connections to Avon, Sheffield Lake
of East 3flth and Qobo Avenue in Lormin.
^ y t n Polka have leveral «usp«as in custody as a
, » w a of tfa» dime and filed murder and complicity to
commit afgmntsd murder charge* against several of the
Sanrhfx 21, of Lorain has be*n charged
-jd antrdar while Sheffield Lake resident
22. baa beao dbRrged with complicity tu
rated murdec Lorain resident AbcW Omar
was alao charged with complicity to comInuaTaac
^ +*wiuaamity, tbaraara three unnamed1, underage sus>
P«*a In polkv custody. Including two 17-year-old male*
" * * 1«-TBar-old auim. The 17-ywmr*M* wira arrestsd on
•*^cnmjiikttych«» and the lS^yvar^U U being a tam-
Accofding to police reports. Sanchez waj apprthendThe Av«i seine was secured by 9JO »m as Lorain
ed At the aevelaud Amtrak station before boarding a train diving
enrws completed their search. Whether the Lonin
that was bound for Boston.
crime was gang a-Tiliated or not. has not been mentioned
Shortly after he was caught, Lorain Police contacted in any reports on the crime.
Avon Police and notified them they would be searching a
Details about the incident arv confusing as Santos was
retention pond at thw TUnberlake Aiwrtment complex fcr aUegedJy taken to obtain medical attention following a
the .22-caliber weapon. Tli« pond is located directly off of violent encounter with the suspects where Santos susChester Road
tained head inruriea from a Urge wooden object- Shortly
According to Avon Police Chief Joha Vilagi. the Lorain after the incident, Santos allegedly confronted the susdiving team began their Much of the Tlmberlake reten- pects and was believed to hove been shot in his, truck.
tion pttid in the eddy morning hotrs of Oct. ZB.
Sanchez. Cruz and Mootalvo were arraigned in a
"They V4d L n they were looking fur a possible weapon cleared Lorain County Municipal Court oo Oct. 29.
used in a homicide." Vilagi said. "We secured thw scene
The three men entered "not guilty" pleats and bond
until they arrived."
was set at 51 miliioo for ea^h of the suspects. Prosecutor
VUagi Mid the crews Marched tor two hours and were Jeff Szabo is working the state's case.
successful in finding a .22 caliber weapon. Ballistic testa
The cues are expected to go to a Lorain County grand
haw not yvt been returned linking the weapon to the jury but a trial date has not yet been set.
murder, but Sanchez allegedly threw Jv> weapon into the
It is unknown whether the three underage suspects
retention pood while visiting a TtobCTlake complex resi- will be charged as adults. They were arraigned en OcL 3O
dent.
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show.
As a troupe of atlurs tr-ivls 1I111
Italian countryside in th** 15UU-J. tht--y
stop In the town of I'adua ami put on a
play in '.he town sqiuie.
The* play they perform cetiturs on
two young men, Kiavi'i and Ott^viu
and their servant Atlecchino.
They meet two
young women.
Isabella and
But alas.
Isabella's
father
intends for
her
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marry
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man.
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Contwsa arrive* to pursue the girl's
Either and a ccmedy of schemes follows
as Arlecchino arranges for his masters
to win the love they desire.
The production of Commedia
Tonight!, the Avon Lake High School
Drama Club's fall production, otter*
sophisticated entertainment for the
whole family.
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tin; sf^'inh in'rfurmanvt.' fur t.-di.K.
M,jii.fii.-Ui pri'viously p-.-rfornu'ii in
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Thi- play lias
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of t h e
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It is a physical and improv i s a t i o 11 a 1
styio.
which
may find performurs
providing ad-lib yelling and
cheering.
Many well-known twentieth
century comedians, including the
Marx Brothers, used this style.
The show, which will b\« performed
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Road, will open Nov. 13 at 7:30 p.m.
Members cf the Avon Late High School Drama dub, standing from left are:
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iAboJt 50 residents lister.*,! j i ^omii.il smnr.uriied
points listed in the study. One major it^m muluiioo the list Ii '.he proposal irterchanv-e tin l-HO
between SR 83 and the UV-.tl.iV.' border.
'fl should look liard helot* leaping ima a miue»t
thaI-90 interchange near Nag«l Roail reconuneiidthe URS Uaffic engin w r ." Avon rvaiJt>Dt fact
•aid. "We might gel wb a t we asked fcr."
Avon's well-know historian, has betjn ver>to city officials regarding the interchange. He
i eloquently during the public h i r i n g offering
•ugaertici? of his own.
'/tdening Detroit Road is necessan.. according to
to hriog cars to a new interchange in order to
e rush hour traffic 2J years Trom now. No consid'a given to commuter rail or to the trend in
even before 9/11. to disperse it-cords and
using telecommunication," Smith said.
« sonjmuter train le Cleveland, one could read
enjoy tho ride, in contrast to spending hours in
r
~ gripping lie steering wheel. Because diesel fuel
» made from American coal or soybeans, and
of 9/11, we should consider an approach that
not rely on gasoline."
nith also pointed out that no evidence has
presented to support the claim that an Inter-
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Much has been discussv . lf .«i u n i t . - n
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prcposed Master "I In
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"Is UILTL1 a plan for an overpass
on Nagel Road at the tracks? Who
will pay for it and when will it be
built?"
Jack Smith
"How many yu<irs wnutd traffic cuniitig nurth on
g Road by required lo moke a dng-l*g turn on
Chester Road to reach the interchange?" Sj-iith asked.
"In Other words, how many years after the interchange
is built would it take to build a new north-south connector from North Ridgeville to the interchains? The
city has lived with a dogleg turn on SR 83 «t Chester
for nioia than :*0 years "
Lcgically. according to Smith, the new north-south
connector should be built before the interchange is
constructed.
"A new [-90 interchange near Nagel Road would be
an attractive nuisance." Smith explained. "Cars from
North Ridgeville, which otherwise could find their
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fil.tnuinv; (.omtiuiMi;ti Un j i u ^ ' - r s be fare disejussinsj
ttit- iiit'TLhjii^s JJI> further.
Ctht-r r*;.sidi.'[iti in j'.li.'iiii.iiii-t* h a d issues as well
regarding the interchange. Chuck Heaiiy dyrevd with
'he stdtemtMits re.id by Smith.
"If this (.uunci! passes legislation to change the
city's Master Thoroughfare Flan to allow for the interchange, it will b" uidiJng a mistake." he said. "This
ordinance as wri'ten is a mistake mid 1 don't vote frr
people who make mistakes." he said.
Residents also had the opportunity to speak out
regarding the realigning of SR 83.
On« resident was concerned that extending SR 83
to Schneider Court would just create a new jog in the
road, even though the project is mean* to alleviate traffic at the Chester Road jog.
Mayor Smith noted the project would taku IB
months to two years to complete and the Park & Ride
at SR 83 and Chester would be preserved.
Council will continue to discuss matters involving
the Master Thoroughfare Plan.
Council is expected lo hold discussion on the road
plans for the city in the upcoming weeks.
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AVON LAKE
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In Ihe ongoing fight to prevent the
CU> of Avon Lake from razing Park Hall
(Assembly Hall) at Veterans Park on
Lake Road, members of the Avon Lake
Landmark Preservation Society offered
la pay the utility and maintenance bills
in return for a 51-a-ycar lease.
Last week, the group's members
expressed concern that last month's
wintnizatioa, including shutting down
the furnace, could cause additional
barm to the now-empty century old
building.
Avon attorney Cerald Phillips, representing the group, went before council Monday night With diagrams of a
"i igh proposal" of what the group
would potentialJy like to see alter renovations are complete The drawing
included seating for 54 in a party
room.
However, it was not the renovations.
but numerous other areas, including
fund-raising and conditions of the
less*, that concerned council members.
Phillips and the society estimated
average monthly costs for maintenance
alone, including gas. heating and minor
repairs «t 31.C00 per month. Although
the group has only raised $3,000
through fund-raising since receiving a
murbuiding "mntalorium" oa destruction last April;TbJUips was confident
the grcKtp could raise the required
$12,000 par yaac
The base would allow the group to
seek grant monies naeded to resiare and
renovate the orar 100-year-old home.
"Assembly Hafl" has been the subject of debate among council members and supporters
of renovating the building.
which could cos: 5500.000 on up.
Phillips said. !n addition to exterior
work, the group would need to bring
the building up to current code, including making the building handicap
accessible. The SI a year lease could be
placed In default if the group could uot
raise Ihe necessary funds. Otherwise,
the group would receive a two-year
renewal lease.
Phillip*' proposed lease, modeled
after a lease used to save the historic
Henn Hou*e in Euclid, would require
the society to receive approval from
council and planning commission for
changes to the house.
Council members expressed concern
over liability to the city; including the
probability the house contained lead
paint a. id asbestos around Ihe furnace
in the lasement. Councilman-at-Large
Earl Miirtin asked abcut the city's
responsibility, as landlord, would be in
various •situations including snow and
ice removal.
"If the group wants to meet on a
Sunday ana it's snowing, are we going
to have to hire city workers to salt the
area at overtime?" Martin asked, noting
that for S36. the group is getting a threeyear lease.
Martin also asked what would happen if the group ran out of funds
halfway through the project
"Who is going to finish it?" he asked.
Mayor Rob Berner asked several
(jue-stious, including hours the hoiue
would be open and requested thdt any
passible lease refer to the building as
"Assembly Hall,' as it U referred lo in
city records, not "The Folger House," as
listed by the society.
Phillips said the group has alrea-iy
received commit men ts from former
Avon
Lake
Councilman
John
Cirupermann to assist with fund-raising
through grants and a company providing architectural services.
Beraur asked Phillips what his fee
was. Phillips claimed that information
was part of client-attorney privilege
and would not be divulged.
The
Avon
Lake
Landmark
Preservation Society was not seeking a
signed lease on Monday, but feedback.
Saying the group w u "at a standstill,"
Phillips was looking for some sort of
feedback on a commitment.
•The organization today is at a cross*
road." Phillips said. "We need some
sort of a commitment. No one will
donate funds without a commitment."
Council members Barb McGrath and , .
Kar' (K.C) Zuber both voiced support
for living the house.
;
"There's very little here in this town '
that is historical." McGrath said.
:
Tony DeSmit. who also went beibra : r •
council this year seeking a lease for bis '
group, the Shoremen Alumni Group,
said lie supported the lease -anal•;•'
requested that his organization be coo-:
sidered as a "backup'' if the first group
could not meet its obligations.
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Council President Greg Zilka mj-'**
grated Phillips meet with Law Director
Geoff Smith for further discussions on •Vs
possible lease.
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Tfce board hired one lonjt-ttrni substitute tejeher
corrected the contract of
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teacher.'
The "hat button" changes, involving F2RPA
Information requests and student cellular talephones, are yet to b« addressed. The boa/d's next
meeting is set for 7:30 p.m. Nov. 25 at the
Administration Center.
Only one meeting is set for November since smut'
administration and board members will travel, to
Columbus for OSBA's annual Capitol Conference
this month, at ths time when the first regular meeting would normally be held.
In oll»r tchool board new*...
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Sheffield Middle School (SMS) Und director Mark.
Cizl and BUS computtr-lab ieacher Lists
Scheuermann IVDL Advocate Represt-nutivts for
their respective buildings. They will supervise and
schedule use or video distance Warning equipment.
The board also approved six supplemental contracti. including three middle school basketball
coaches. Mindy Wright to cu«ich the girls' team and
Juhn Pisk>irt> the boys* team, with recent BHS aluninus Nick Doehring as a volunteer assistant <•! no cost
to the district.
her daughter to call 9-1-1. however the telephone
<.urdi had been removed from the jacks, unbeknownst to Cditlyn and Conna. Scrambling from
room to room. Caitlyn, who was 12-years-o'd at the
time, could not locate a workable phone.
That's when Giitiyn remembered a laptop computer being used as an Internet connection had a
dedicated telephone line that could be used. She
quickly changed the telephone lines around and
connected the Internet line to a telephone, and
called 9-1-1.
"She had to switch around »ome cords and used
the connection to get through to 9-1-1." her mother
said. "Most 12-year-olds would have been crying in
A P P E A L , Irom page 1
that situation, but not her."
Understandably, Dounu is impressed with her
April 2 at the defendants costs requiring him to pay daughter's quick thinking and composure.
S43 to the Avon Lake Municipal Couri.
"It was ingenious bow she thought about this
On April 4. Nelson submitted the required pay- while everything was falling apart," Donns said.
ment with •* check, but placed a message on the "She's ray hero, a wonderful person and a really
memo line in the lower left-hand corner saying good kid "
"This is bull (expletive)."
Oonna nominated her daughter for the award.
Juc'ge Mackin refused to cash the check and cited
Caitlyn has taken her status as hero
in stride.
Nelson with contempt of court, a misdemeanor.
"I'm very happy to get the award,1* Caitlyn laid.
At Nelson's June 13 hearing, Mackin issued "1 think it's great. They should continue doing this
Nelson a S230 Tine and thiea days in jail. The fail honor because it shows that just because there's a
time was to be deferred if Nelson issued an apology bad situation, it doesn't m»an something good can
in open court.
come out of it."
Mackin stated in his finding. "If a check submitA typical 13-year-old, she has iVvarite and least
ted by the defendant stating 'This is bull (exple- favorite classes at Learwood.
tive)' is not bringing the administration of law into
"I love English. Mr. Crurobos i* really cool," *he
disrespect or tends to embarrass, then nothing is, said of her teacher. "Rut I don't like Spanish class."
and the power of court to put down a challenge to
She also credited her guidance counselor with
the court is non-existent."
providing support.
On Oct. 24 Nelson filed an appeal in the Lor?in
"Mrs. Wozniak. 1 love her. she's a great role
County Court of Appeals
model," Caitlyn said.
Haynes disputes the offense.
Despite last January's incident, she has managed
"The law says contempt refers to contentious to remain a typical toon, with concerns more
actions which impeded justice of the court." aligned with her peers, specifically the dress code
Haynes said.
at Learwood.
Nelson's court file includes several examples of
"I would like to see the sweatpants rule abolcontempt actions being overturned, including a ished." Caitlyn said of the rule that prohibits sweats
similar case where profanity was used. The appeal as school attire. "They said wearing sweats affects
is pending.
our ability to think."
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Speech-language
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Speech-Language Pathologists (SLP's) Kathy
Heslap. JiU Coen and Allison Smith of Avon Local
Schools parUcipdied in a statewide project to recruit
high school graduates to enter the career field of
•peech/language pathology. The project was created
due to the current and predicted shortage of
speech/language pathologists in the State of Ohio. A
video will be part of • package that contains handout*, a Power Point presentation and brochures
which will be available at all 18 Special Education
Regional Resource Centers in Ohio. Students interested In finding out more information about
speech/language pathology as a career should contact Barb Cnnnd at 907-8355.
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J Thur: AEHV: Grffled cheese sandwich, tomato soup, hashbrown^ g^po juice, rralk,
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I Frfc AEHV: fish sandwich, later tots, pears, cupcake, mrfk.
AM & AHS: Rah sandwich, tater tots, pears, cupcake,
I Mon: AEHV: Cheeseburger, fries, fruit, milk.
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AM & AHS: Roa,fries,(rutt, milk,
I Tue: AEHV: Rotini w/meat sauce, breadstick, salad, fruit
miflc
AM & AHS: Spaghetti w/meat sauce, breadstick,
sated, fruit mlft. .
| Wed: AEHV: Pepperoni pizza, green beans, applesauce,
milk.
AM & AHS: Hoagie w/Iettuce and tomato, com chips,
fruit, milk.
I Sheffield & Sheffield Lake City Schools
) Thar Taco w/letbxe and cheese, corn, fruit, milk.
iFrt fepfwroni pioa, vegetables, pears, mi*.
I Moor Mowog. baked beans, apricots, milk.
I Tue: Grilled cheese sandwich, tomato soup w/crackers. Icy,
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I Wed Salisbury steak, whipped potatoes, bread and butter.
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I Avon Lake High School
I Thur. Ptzza or baked potato bar w/chili, sour cream,
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steamed broccoli and Cheddar cheese, fruit milk.
I Frfc Tomato soup, toasted cheese sandwich, ptckte and
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tomato slices, fruit mUk.
I Mon: Pizza or chili dog or comdog, potato soup w/crackers,
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I Tue: Salad bar or chicken wings, rice, fruit, milk,
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Planting the seeds of promise
Troy students planted red, white and blue tulip bulbs Oct 29 in front of the school to remember the promise to
not drink and do dntgs. The sixth-grade students were from Heather Datgleish's class.
NOTEBOOK
Kid's closet resale
The Avon Lake Preschool PTA will host a kid's closet resale Nov. 9 at the Avon Lake High School cafeleria/commons area. Early admission at 8 o~m. is S5 and
regular admission at 9 a.m, is Si. The sale is from S
ajn.-l p.m. There will be 60 tables with children and
baby clothes, toys, equipment, furniture and holiday
gift ideas. For more 'nforaution, contact Barb at 9336451 or Julie at 930-2612.
Avon Lake After Prom to meet
Avon Lake's After Prom meeting will be held in the
home economics room 191 of the Avon Lake High
School Nov. 7 at 7 p.m. Those attending should pai- in
the lot at the south side of the building by the Turner
Construction trailer.
The Lorain County: Raising Great Kids* theme for
November i* "Responsibility."- Parents, teacher* and
other adults are encouraged to reinforce to ynung people to be accountable to others and to themaelvM, and
take persona) responsibility for their behavior and performance of duties.
The program, sponsored by the Lorain County
Health Advisory Council of CHP will sties* tba-Xajlowing assets in November Responsibility, restraint
and resistance skills.
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Students should be encouraged to be reliable, .perform their best, exercise self-restraint, resist negative
peer pressure, set good examples and avoid dangeroua
situations.
ACADEMIC NOTES
Adau Zurkey, of Avon Lake, was nominated as
Jacket Prince for Baldwin-Wa]lace's Homecoming
court. The Jacket Prince and Princess were announced
at a homecoming pep rally Oct. 11. The Jacket Prince
and Princess are the freshman class representatives
who are nominated by campus organizations and elected by the freshman class.
Ho was recently awarded both the Presidential
Scholarship and the Trustee Scholarship from
Baldwin-Wallace College.
Zurkey is a freshman majoring in pre-med. He is a
2002 graduate of Avon Lake High School and is the son
of Bill and Sandy Zurkey.
Erin Ramsier. of Avon Lake, was nominated as
Jacket Princess for Bald win* Wai lace's Homecoming
court.
Kamsier is majoring in both athletic training and
pre-physical therapy. She is a 2002 graduate of Avon
Lakr High School and is the daughter of Walt and Ann
Ramsier.
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All stock market trends eventually end-so he prepared
Stock prices fluctuate everv
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often when the biggest gains are recorded. ular interval*, into your investments. By doing so^
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By definition, market trends come and go-*lt
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BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL NEWS
CPA firm adds two partners
and is a member of the Avon Lake/Avon Chamber of
Steinke. Vertal. Langdon and Drum Inc. (SVLD Commerce and tht Avon/Avon Lake Rotary. Don
Inc.) l i pleated to announce Phil Weisbrod. CPA. and bis wife, Dr. Ruthanne Muniak reside in Avon
Lake.
•nil Don Shupek, CPA, have been named partners.
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Th*- recent "Pizza FaUs"
sponsoml by Lurain Cuunly PU^J Hut
restaurant* to benefit local <:harities un
"Make A DiffttKUi-e Day." concluded
Oct. 2G. with an awards ceremony
attended by represent at i\ t«s of ejdi of
the charities. Senator left Arnibrustt-r
presented the awards. The ceremony
was held at the Pizza Hut in Elyria.
Charles and Charter© McOar
The grand ^rize winner, Cheryl
Larkey of Elyria, won a free pizza per
week for an entire year, as did the winning charity. Boys & Girls Club of Lurain
County. The other Lorain County charities involved. Hospice of the Western
Reserve. Habitat for Humanity and
Qiftfttme and Charles McClear of
Genesis House Sale Harbor each
— j n Lake recently celebrated their
received a free pizza per month for a
50th wedding anniversary. A Mass
year, which will be passed along to famwas held at SL Josepn Church in Avon
ilies in need in the community through
U i e followed by a reception hosted
fay their children. Don and Nancy of each organization's programs.
Avon, Brian and Heidi of Hartford,
Conn, and Debbie of Florida.
Charlene and Charles were married Oct. 4. 1952 in Gesu Church.
DetroU.Micfa.
Charles retired from 1-ord Motor
Company. LorainaBer 37years of service.
The Ohio Search Dop Association, a
Tne McCLears have four grandchillocal search and rescue team, will host
dren.
Couple celebrates
50th anniversary
Search dog fund-raiser
Senator Jeff Annbmster and a representative ot n n a nx£ gm> the "Ma^a « ^
Day' award to the eiecutive director of the Boys 4 Gais Club of Luran County
top row.tafrtoright;ftzzaHut District Manager l e e Knapo;.Mite Confccar,
Director cf Boys A Girls Oub of Lorain County; Senator
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Hospice of Western Reserve; Debbie Dorn, Habitat for Humanity: and Knsa
of Genesis House Safe Harbor.
FUND-RAISERS
their 2nd annual steak fry fund-raiser
Nov. 15 from 6 p.ra. -midnight at Tom's
County Place in Avon. Cost will be S25
per person. Serving time will be from
Alyson Pinter
Stephanie Reinders
ScavnicfcyllL
and Michael
Reinders,
Scavnicky
III to wed.
Wltford and Carolyn Reinders. of
Grafton, announce the engagement of
their daughter. Stephanie Reinders, to
Michael Scavnicky 111. son of Michael
and Karen Scavnicky Jr. of Avon Lake.
The prospective bride is a graduate
of Mldview High School. She is
employed by Dr. Romeo Miclat. M.D.
Tha prospective groom U a graduate of Avon Lake High School. He
served In the U.S. Marine Corps
before graduating from Total
Technical Institute in 2002. He is
employed by Home Depot in Avon
The wedding will take place in St
Mary'* Church. Elyria on April 2G
2003 Fr. Gary Malin will officiate.
AJyson Pinter and her horse, Playa.
Alyson Pinter, Avon Lake
resident and sophomore at
Mercyhurst College in Erie.
Penn,. has been awarded the
2002 Championship title at
the Northern Ohio Dressage
Associate |NODA) competition held Oct. 20 at the Lake
Erie College Equestrian
Center in Concord, OH.
With her horse. Playa.
Pinter won first and second
place from which the combined percentages resulted in
her winning the championship in her division.
Pinter also qualified for
and attended the U.S. Region
2 Dressage Championships
held Sept. 18-72 in Carmel.
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Homespun craft fair
Turkey raffle
The Women's Club of Avon Lake will
sponsor the 31st annual fall homespun
craft fair Nov. 10 from to a.m.-4 p.m. and
Nov. 10 from noon-l p.m. The fair will
take place at Lorain County Community
College Ewing Activities Center. Over
100 juried exhibitors of crafts and artwork wilt be present. All donations wilt
go to local charities. General donation
will be S3 and senior and children donations will be SI-
The American Legion Post 211.31972
Walker Road. Avon Lake, is hosting a
turkey raffle Nov. 14 from 7:30-9:30 p.m.
One hundred turkeys will be raffled off.
Tickets cost S2. Soft drinks and beer will
be included. Call Bob Smith at 933-4953
for tickets.
Craft fair
The Irish Heritage Club will be hosting a craft fair Nov. 24 from 111 a.m.-4
p.m. at the Irish Heritage Center, Avon
Lake. Over SO crafter* «nd foods tvill be
•jresent. Admission is free. For more
information, call Kay at <)33-r>H03.
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Conflict Resolution
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Conflict Resolution Center.
(CRQ Is holding a Jail n" Bail fu T
er Nov. 21 from 3:3O-«JO p
Houlihan's in Weitlake will MTV« ad\
mock police headquarters and
Willing community members will|]|
"arrested" and will then "turn "" "'
selves'* in to celebrity hidg
are needed to help raise money te*;\
culprit's bail. Any "character" •
who pledge SIS or more are ]
join the festivitiea and partake 'farJ
and drink. Anyone interested ,la jb
arrested or in helping ball peopti°
call. (440) 808-1111 for detafla. : ^
HOLIDAY EVENTS
Avon Lake holiday celebration
The third annual "Light Up the Park"
holiday celebration will bo held Dec 7 at
0 p.m. at Bleser Park. Jim Votruba. chairman of the event, will open the celebration and announce the winners of the
holiday coloring contest and present
each of them with a gift certificate.
Mayor Rob Berner will "throw the
switch" and Bleser Park will be illuminated with thousands of lights. Acting
Out Toy Co. will present the
show. "The Baker'* Dozen." T
Middle School sixth-grade choir
carol under the direction of
Vance. Joan's Gems will put on •
day baton show and Santa and
Qaus will arrive by sleigh.
Hot chocolate, punch and cookia'
be served. There is no chargeforthe <
Holiday coloring contest
Forms are available for ages 3-10
the Avon Lake Recreation Depar
and City Hall for the holiday
contest All entries must be returned
the recreation department mailbox
Nov. 22. Winners will be announced
prizes awarded Dec 7 at the "Light
the Park" celebration. For more i f
lion, call 930-4130.
Tony Palmier!
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6:30-8 p.m. Dinner will include a 16'
Porterhouse or T-bone steak, r.
salad, corn, bread, desert and
(beer, soda and coffee). Bring your
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bottle. There will be music, entertain^
ment, door prizes, raffle* and drawing*^
All proceeds support the Ohio Seare&
Dog Association. For tickets. tdt!
Sherrie Langin at 034-7019.
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AVON
p.m. Flu shots will cost S20 and pneumonia shots will preparation for th« holiday season. This is a free semicost S25. Medicare Part U p-iriicifMiita who are not a nar scheduled for Nov. 15 at 10 a.m. There will be door
member of art HMO will not have ta pay for shuts. For prizes for thoie who attendThe Avon Women's Club wilj meet Nov. H at 7 p.m. more information, tail (i33-oa21.
Holiday centerpiece rjaft Haw All are welcoxne to
at the Community Center on Eaton Drive. Nancy
leiini how 1.0 make a holiday cenlerpiw.2 as presented by
Jiroutek will speak on Alzheinnrr's disease. For more Lake Shore Women's Qub to meet
The Lake Shore Women's Club will meet Nov. 13 at the Flower Gallery of Avon Lake. ThiscUw is scheduled
information, call Marg? at 937-6616.
noon in the gallery raum of the Avon Lake Pub!k fur Nov. IB at 11 a,ui. Class size is limited. All supplies
Avon Senior Citizens
Library. A pot luci. luncheon will be servwi and mem- and materials art; included. Cost is S12.
Aapacatioci for teen/senior advisory board:
, , Avon Senior CiUzens wiJl m«rt Nov. l3at9:30aju
bers are reminded to bring th?Lr own table iervii;«. The
Applications will be accepted until the close of business
r at the EMH Center, 1997 Health way Drive, Avon.
Mayor of Avou Luke. Robert Bt-raer, will ipeai.
The guwt speaks* wUI'fae Patricia Littleton, execuThe women's dub will be selling tickets ."or the Nov. Nov. 22 for any person interested in becoming a member
tive director, of the Office on Aging in Lorain County. 22 performance of -You Have the Right to Remain of the Avon Lake Teec/Senior Advisory Board. This
Guests are welcome. For further information, call Jim Dead" at the Teeu/Senior Center. Show lime is 8 p.m. board will advise th« youlh/*«nior coordinator on eduSchmiti at 037-5436.
Tickets cost S5 and ftuv b« purchased from Vuvuiii at cational and recreatiorjil programs for bolD the teen and
senior citizens. Applications may be obtained by con937-9371.
.Avon Garden Club to meet
tacting the YouuVSenior Center.
The ATOO Garden Club will meet Nov. 19 at 7 p-ra. at Events at Teen/Sen lor Center
Calling all teen musician*: Do you perform in a band
the Avon library. Shiiley Rice, of Savorys. wiliteacb
The following events will be held at di- Avon Late and would you like your band to perform at the Twen
members how to make herb vinegars with a hands-on Two/Senior Center. Call Ann Marie Downey at 930- Center? Contact Ann Marie Downey.
rigroonatrmtiiai. Member* are naked to bring two salad4135 for additional information or to register if indicatdroning containers. Cuerta art) welcome. Foi more ed- The T«wn Center of Avon Lake is open Mondav SHEFFIELD LAKE
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information, call Cofetta at 937-5237.
thzouah Thursday from 4-a p.m. and Friday and
Friends
of
Oomonkas
Saturday from 6-10 p^n.
AVON
Friends if Domonkas Public Library will meet Nov.
Family portrait day: Local photographer Tony
Palmieri will be at the Teen/Senior Center Nov. 10 for 11 at 7:15 p.m. All are welcome.
. _.J lake Boat Club to meet
holiday photographs- Pricing will begin at S15 and there
,
The Avon lake Boat Club will hold a meeting for all will be a senior citizen discount package. Appointments S H E F F I E L D VILLAGE
>TTjtm U b residents who a n Interested In the kayak
will be scheduled from noon-5 p.m.
French Creek Nature Center
: lack program. The meeting will he held Ncn. 7 at 7 JO
Euchre: On Nov. 12, the seniors will play Euchre
The following events will be held at the French
^DJB> *t tfi* "ftco/Ssnicc Center.
beginning at 10 a.nx Refreshments will be served.
Creek* Nature Center
v^A Umiwd number of kayak rack spaces are still
T*i
Chi:
The
next
session
of
Tai
Chi
will
be
Nov.
12.
Eleventh acnual tamlly fain Family entertainment,
•ymUaJbki forth* 2003 season. To reserve a spocu on the
six-week *esaion costs S33.
displays and hands-00 crafts will be available Nov. 10
> Bst, call «ilh« Don Wagner at 9334760 or Bob Kocar This
Christmas
around
town:
The
Avon
Lake
adventure
from
nooo-4 pjn. Scheduled to appear include Bill
*t 933-35(7.
will be a Christmas Around Town tour on Nov. 13. The Gang Magic Show, the St. Ignatius Jugglers. "Lester the
trip will include a day in the Akron/Canton area and a Balloon Doctor," E.J. the Cartoonist and K-9
Garden Cub to meet
A«jQ-oo-the-Laki!« Garden Club will meet Nov. 11 at visit to Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens, lunch at 356 Fighter Companions. Admission isfree,but a snail Gee uiay be
10 son.tortheir annual craft meeting. It will be held in Group, a visit to Harry London's Chocolates, a tour of the charged for some crafts and refreshments.
Nature trails: Turkeys-Pre-schooIen and their adult
l&i^McMahaa mfnttina zoom of the Avon Lake Public Hover House Museum and a stop at Doozel's Flower and
companions will enjoy stories and activities about
UJxfy. Al 10 ajn. Eddie Cuthrie will present 3 pressed Garden Center. The cost of the motor coach tour is $&*.
Road to long-term care seminar? Thefinancialsem- turkeys Nov. 12 fro*i 10-11 ajn.
Cowac. project- Joanne A;oes and Dawn Plow will
Watrcolor class: Holiday cards-Guests can create
^djWMWsfyifff WtUili. drienfloweranangBmgais at 11 ajn. inar this month will be a discussion on maintaining
1 }UB&iiScbtibmeaI will rfiow slides of the Philadelphia Independence and choice of care in aging. This free their own greeting cards using watercolar techniques in
fc-eminar wili be held Nov. 13 at 10:30 ajn. and refresh- this two-session class held Nov. 14 and 21from8:3Of -^-^Shovf alliaoajn.
11:30tt.m.Pre-registor by Nov. 7 and pay 512 (per perjaoxt nwatlog will be held Dec 6 at the Avon Lake ments will be served.
Holiday hot* d'oeurres claw All are welcome to join son) at the door. Supplies will cost extra.
: Iihtmry si oooo. This meeung will be catered.
Make a cornucopia: Margaret Anderson will demon*
Eddie Cuthrie when she teaches how to make canapes
i Lake ffistoricai Sodety to meet
hare d'oeuvres far the holiday season. This class Is Nov. straie tmw to make a cornucopia arrangnnenl tot
FA»ooL*k» Historical Society will meet at l pjn. 14 and begins at 1030 a.m. Kecipfls will be distributed. Thanksgiving Nov. 16 from 2-3 p-m. Pre-reglster and pay
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*...-, Avtm j j j ^ pubuc ubrary. Toe cost U SS and include* the canapes as lunch.
520 by Nov. 11.
Ukm residents. Mike and
The French Creek Nature Center U located at 4530
When lift changes presentation: Thi» presentation
,J give their rendition of the will expiaw how to cope in healthy ways to loss. In Colorado Ave., Sheffield Village.
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8. BeosocL. Guests are wreli fttfenoatica, caU H33-4434.
Avon Women's Club to meet
Pharmacy in Avon lake will be offering
IC H o r i z o n
Activities Centers
The Future of ChHd Care
out in the cold
Dontge*y Horizon's Child Care or
Before & After School FREE*
One week in November with no strings
attached and FREE registration!
"Betty's "SHU" Cot It
The Gallery
Art Show
^f^i;^:;-
featuring
Children can start at Horizon at 18 months of ogfi. Our day care program
includes separate rooms for toddlers. 3's.4's, aad 5's; computers in rooms:
science and nature; field trips for 4's rind 5's; targe motor play in gym and
outside time on tne playground.
Before and after school care starts with children currently enrolled in
Kindergarten through age 12. In the Adventure Club. 1st grade and above.
Children rotate to five actMty rooms that Include gym. theater, arts and crafts,
science and nature, and homework.
Horizon b open for most days off school and field trips are usually planned!
* Dog Not Apply To Current PmrtkipafltJ
North Coast
Deeoraffve Art*
Rates are based on family income... a
family of four making under $62,000
per year would only pay:
thru November 23th
SllS.SOAveek for toddler
. SlOS/week for 3-5 years
S87.50/week for kindergarten
S56.90/for before/after care
Transportation to and from all schools
in Avon and Avon Lake
Additional discounts and financial aid
available.
Avon Lake Public Ubrary
440*033-B128
321 Lear Road, Avon Lake ( Behind Avon Lake Baptist Church)
For more information: (440) 933-5158
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Joseph F- Hamilton. 73, o f North Kidgwille. died Oct
ta 25, 2002 at St John West Shore Hospital. W«tlake. ful3 lowing a long illness.
5He was bora in Bridgeport. Coiin. and has bwii a res§ idem of North Ridgeviile since 1994. Ho has previously
of been a resident 01 Avon Lake.
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Mr. Hamilton served in the US. Army during the
jfc Korean War.
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Ho worked as an allocations director tor United Way
jt for over 30 yearsMr. Hamilton was a graduate of Fairfield University
in Fairfield. Conn., majoring In sociology and graduated
from Boston College StiLonl of Social Work where he
received a master's degtee.
He was a member of SL Julie BilUart Catholic Church,
North Ridgeville: Knights of Columbus Fr. Regan
Council 3259: 4th degree LL McManus Assembly; and
treasurer for 6 t Julie's Prime Timers.
Survivor* include his wife of 44 years. Alma (new
Sctauede); a "foMgfr'fj Jeanne James of Avon Lake; sons.
James of Lawrenceville, Ca, and Daniel of Washington.
IXC; and nine grandchildren.
Preceding him in death were his parents. Elsie (nee
Kennedy) and Joseph Hamilton.
Arrangements were handled by David Bognor Family
, FttUfsal Howe. North Ridgeville, where prayer services
were held Oct 29. A Mass followed at St Julie Billiart
CtitmJic Church. The Rev. Richard A. Comer officiated.
Burial wat in S t Prim's Cemetery. North RldgeviUe.
'. ' Memorials may be made to the American Diabetes
,RG. Box 2680, North Canton 44720.
ThelmaL Wagner
OBITUARIES
Elyria; ttiughtKrs. Judith A. Kiciiarciioii of rialuinbui and
Mary Bvih A. Oliver of Avon Like; a sister. iLlfiiiur Hu»
uf Wiiiiungton. D«! . and (r;»ar graiidchiliin.'"Preceding her in deall; v.fiw her husband, Claytou AAiderm-ui. in 19a3, -i bruih-.-r, Doii^d Pruba^co, <uiJ uiit*
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jjoieniA w u - handled by Dn-i^n Funeral
Home. Elyria. Service* www held Oct. 3D at First United
Methodist Church. Elyrij. The Kev. Kale C Cox,
paitur.
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offiuated. BUI'MI was in Eructdale Ocielen . Carlisle
Township.
MeinorLii coctributton* iiii_v be made to r^ir^t United
Methodist Church.
Josephine A. Jameson
Jowrf^hine A. J^xiit-son (nee PlLszla). 82. of Wooster,
former1 of Avon, died (Xt. ZH. 2002. at Smilhville
Care Center, following complications of a
She was bom Nov. 29, 19ly. in Oil City, Pa. She Lived
in Avon from 1947 until she movtfd to Wooater ihree
years ago.
She was a member of St. Mary of the Immaculate
Conception Church. Avon. She enjoyed cooking and had
been employed in the kitchen of the former Miller's
Restaurant in Avon for 20 years before retiring in 1988.
Survivors include her sons. Jame* of Jersey City. N.J..
Thomas of Madison. Cary of Dalton and Lin™ of Avon;
sisters, Mary Leska of Lorain and Jennie Jenkins of
Scottsdale. Ariz.: and 10 grandchildren.
Preceding her in death were her husband. Wayne
Jameson: sisters. Angela Dombroski and Stella Mroski:
brothers, John. Joseph and Frank Pltszka: and her parents. Stanley and Anna (nee Helenyak} Pliszka.
Arrangements were handled by Busch-Bunneuter
Family Chapel, Avon. Memorial contribution may
be made to a charity of the donor's choice.
A- Lyons of Luruiii; a dau^hivr. Cathy L. Dimacchla i
1: ^Jid a hrotlu-r. Ted Lyons of Lorain.
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receding hirn ui deatli were his p-areuts. Clint n
^- (uw Ridiaxds) Lyons.
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.\rrajigenients were handlded by Reidy-I
Chambers Funeral Home, Lorain. where ?erv'
held Oct. 30 The Rev. Dennis Henkle of
Avenue Methodist Church. Lorain. ofliciated. Buna] •
in Ridge Hill Memorial Park. Amherst Township.
Memorial contributions may be made to AB6__
Cancer Society. 43099 N. Ridg« Road. Elyria 44035, ^
John C King
John C King, 78. of North Ridgeville; died O c t
2002. at Center Ridge Nursing Home, i n North "
following a long illness.
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Born in Rocky River, he w a s raised in Avon and:
been a resident of North Ridgeville since moving'
Elyria in 1947.
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He worked m a lineman for Ohio Edison a£ th»
Erie Plant for 33 years before retiring in 1966.
Mr. King was a member of First United
Church in EJyria and enjoyed gardening and
Survivors include his wife of 35 years, Janlat
Meyers); brothers, Leslie of Elyria and Carl of Avon
and sisters. Helen Zeh of Englewood, FlaVaodf
Boto» of Swartz Creek. Mich.
Preceding him in doath were his parents.
Earnest King: and brothers. Ralph. YVamn and
Arrangements were handled by David Bognar
Funeral Home. North Ridgeville. where funeal
were held Oct. 2B. The Rev. Bill Bruner
was in Rwthaven Memory Garden. Avon. , ••. I
Memorials may be made to First United
Church. 312 3rd St.. Elyria 44035 or New Ltfe
5255 N. Abbe Road. Elyria 44035.
.Tbajm* L Wagner (nee Whitehall). S3. or Avon, died
r.Oct* 2 3 , 2002. at Avon Oaks Nursing Home, foUowing a
••- brief{Uses*.,
Genevteve Drozdowsk!
She was born In Qi/tfon Township. Pa. and had been
Carroll G. Lyons
Cenevieve Drozdowski [nee OstrowsklL
* raafdant of Arun since moving from Elyria in August
Carroll G. Lyons. 67. of Avon, died Oct 26. 2002. at Marietta. Ca.. formerly of Avon Lake, died Oct 2af•
2000. She had also lived in Florida far 30 years.
S t John West Shore Hospital, Westlake, following a
following a sudden illness.
' "*-a„ Sb» worked m a produce clerk at A4P grocery store
lengthy illness.
She was born Oct. 27.1012. hi Cleveland. Sbfi n H n b far 15 year* before retjriru in 1971.
He was bora March 7,1935. in Fairmont, W.Va and
in Avon Lake for 37 years and moved to Gaorgfi
She enjoyed ramping and placing cards.
lived in Avon for 19 years.
yvarsago.
-;. '-Surrlwam indudV her dimghtnr. Joyce Nielsen of
He was a veteran of the VS. Army.
She was a member of S t Joseph Cathotic
• •* North Radgaviik; • son, Samuel Johnson of Smiths, Ala.;
Mr. Lyons was employed at Lorain Works of VS.
Avon Lake.
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^ISpwdcfuidren; and seven great-grandchildren.
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Steel/Kobe for -42 yean before retiring in 1996 as a billet
Mrs. Drozdowski had been employed aa a L _
,IV»cadlng bat in death were her husbands, Henry
roller in the No. 2 seamless ^ill hot end.
for the Avon Lake School System far 10 yean. Jabnaoo and Kurt Wagner, parents, OroUne and Herbert
Survivors include his wife of 46 years. Oelores (nee
. AVhttcfaaU: sons, DaWcpw and Richard Bailey: a tfaugh"
Ninerh sons. James R. "Rick" Lyons of Bedford and Mary
'P)M.iXkari» Sloop*; (bet brothers; and a sister.
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Arrangement* w a n bandied b y David Bogner
, ~ F*U*Uy Funaral Haea*, North Ridgeville where servicea
^'Wwr held Oct. 28.-The Rev. Roger Daene, pastor of
: Paith Lutheran Church, officiated" Burial was in Palm
^Harbor, Fla. . ",•
SL CUMEHT OF ORCHID
INTERNATIONAL CHURCH OF LAKE M f f f i t
> > Memorial contributions may bo made to Faith
AVON
THE KINGDOM OF GOO
MACTDOHU ORTHODOX
THEBftETHMM
Xudbaran Church. 2285 Garden Drive, Avon 44011.
328)8 V**«fRd. #145
COmUL BAPTIST CHURCH CHURCH
DIRECTORY O F LOCAL CHURCHES
Dorothy J./ttdorman
' * Dorothy J. Alderman. BC.ofnyri*. died Oct 26.2CW2.
at EWH RBgiooal Medical Center. Syria.
".. She was bom Feb. 6. 1916, in Zanesvtlle. She had
'bevsalona^inwresUicDtoiWarrenandmoved to Elyria
In 1962.
She graduated in 1938 from Ohio Wesleyan
University. Delaware, Ohio.
. Mrs. Alderman volunteered at Trumbull Memorial
Hospital in Warren for many years. She was a member of
First United Methodist Church. ClyrU. and a member of
Delta Gamma sorority at Ohio Westeysn.
She enjoyed playing bridgw.
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Family night
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1-i p.m. Mdiiy museum quality yifl> will bv on display. it during regular library hours.
including children's books, holiday jewelry d:id the
Mother/daughter book discussion group
Startab winter stargazing
The Mother/daughter book discussion (jrc-jp will recejit arrival of Italian Zrippini charm bracelets.
Enjoy winter stargazing in DiscoveryWofks Nov. 18.
meet Nov. 26 al 7:30 p.m. to discuss the first book, in Holiday arrangement
at a p.m.. Nov. 23 and Nov. 23 at 4 p.m. or Nov. 25 at 8
the Lemony Snicket series. T h e Bad Beginning." The
Friends of the Library U sponsoring a craft workshop p.m. This program is for families with children 5-yearv
group is open to mothifrs and their daughters who are by Onevieve
Nov."l9 at 7 p.m. This years featured old and up. The stars, constellations and planets of the
in the fourth through eighth -grades' Copies of the book arrangement isPlait
lighted birdhoaie tree. The COM is S25. coming winter will bu featured in stones, music and
are available at the library. New members are welcome. which includesaall
supplies and a pre-made bow. Each activities for young and old. Visitors wilt receive a nky
participant needs to bring wire cutters, a glue gun and calendar Each session is limited to 30 people.
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November gallery show
I I 25 £.- Lake Rood. St-teffwJd Lake • 349-741O
Library Board meeting
The Avon Lake Public Library Art Gallery will feaThe Avon Late Public Library Board of Trustees will ture the North Coast Decorative Aitisti through Nov. 29. Teen advisory board
hold its monthly board meeting Nov. H at 7 p.m. The North Coast Decorative Artists meet once a month at the
The Teen Advisory Board, open to 12 to lB~ye«xlibrary. They paint with acrylics, oils, watercotors and clds, will meet Nov. 21 at 6:30 p.m. For more informapublic U wslcome to attend.
stencil and utilize many different surfaces, which tion, call the library at 949-7410.
DiscovwyWorks
include wood, fabric and porcelain.
Due to high demand from our local Avon \AV*> schools
374-85 Hor«s: Dr. A*ori • 934--47^3
for class programs. OUcovrryWocks will be dosed for
wnrerat hours on designated days over the next few
month*. Dates and hours are posted in DiscoveryWcrks.
Adult book discussion
Tote painting exhibit
Tole painting ix the general term historically used to
describe decorative painting on tin surfaces, especially
Toledo, tor 36 years before retiring in
1982.
He was a member of Shepherd of th«
She 'enjoyed crocheting.
Ridge Lutheran
Church, North
Survivors include her daughter. Ridgeville and attended the Assembly
Aliens M. KucbarsU of Marietta. Ga.; of God Church in Saginaw. He was a
•OOJ. Richard Drozdowski of Broadview member of Teamsters Local 20 in Toledo
Heights and Robert DraxdowsJti of Haw and Teamsters Local 407 In Cleveland.
. River, N.C; * sitter. Cecelia Kowalski of
He enjoyed traveling.
Psrma: • brother. Stanley Oster of Texas:
Survivors include his daughters,
•oyen grutdcfaildrm: And five great- Sandy Glandorf of Parma Heights and
grandchildren.
Pamela Owen of Cleveland; a son.
- r^Pre«a4liig her in dealh were her hus- Gerald Jr. of Walla Walla. Wash.; stepband. WaUar DrazdowiU. in 1991. » sons, James Kennedy of Wakeman, John
., daughter. Dolores; and her parents, Kennedy of Avon and Robert Kennedy
MoMph and flritlrrr* (nee Czxaansfca) and Richard Sizer. both of North
Ridgeville: stepdaughters, Carol Toth of
Ok
^Jtnmiqpmimt*
were handled by North Rldgeviile and Sberri Dolan of
Cleveland;
13 grandchildren; and seven
t-- .Basen-Bmrtwtrtffr Family Chapel. Avoa
Preceding him
, - J i t f e A M m WM held Nov. 1 in St. great-grandchildrenr e S p h ^ C o t h o l i c Church. The~Rev. m death were his wife. Ann, In March
* Ibnothy J- CTConnor officiated. Burial 2002; his mother. Florence Owen, in
V'.W^loHoly Trinity Cemetery. Avoa.
1971; hl« father. L#on Owon, in 195G;
and a aUtvr. Artiw* Uchon. in 19O1.
to American Cancer Society. 43099 N.
Arrangements wer* hnndled by
Ridge Road, Hyria 44035-1051.
David Bogner Family Funeral Home.
North Ridgeville. where services were
Gerald M. Owen
m&i Gerald M. Owen, 82. of North held Oct. 30. The Rev. Paul Oberhaus.
H v U t o . died Oct. 28. 2002. at North pastor of Shepherd of the Ridge
Ridge Health Center. North RidgevUK Lutheran Church, officiated.
Memorial contributions may be
loUowingabriefUlneM- ,
'(
.'•'•? >Mtl. Owen Wu born In Saginaw,made to Shepherd of the Ridge Lutheran
Mich, and moved to North Ridgcville in Church, 34555 Center Ridge Road.
North Ridgeville 44039.
?iB8a from Tbledo. He previoiuly lived
In Panna Height*.
Donald Roy Snftch
Donald Roy Snitch. 51. or Lorain.
"- He aerved in the U-S- Army during
died Oct. 28. 2002. at his home, followWorld War a
, J
Mr. Owen was employed as a truck ing an apparent heart attack.
He was born Oct 9. 1951. in Berea
driver for Branch Motor Express,
from page 22
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The adult book discussion group will meet Nov. 25
at 7 p.m. to discuss T h e Pilot's Wife," by Anita
Shreve. Copies are available at the circulation de*k.
and w u raised in Sheffield Lake.
He graduated from Brookside High
School in 1970 and served in the U.S.
Navy during the Vietnam War.
Mr. Snitch was employed for 10
years by Ford Motor Co.. Avon Lake, on
the production line and in the paint
dvparUnent. He worked in the heating
and air conditioning business for
McArthur & Sons and E.H. Roberts.
He was a member of Sheffield Uake
United Church of Christ and United
Auto Workers Union Local 2000. Avon
Lake. He enjoyed fishing, playing the
guitar and making candles.
Survivors include his daughters,
Donnetta L Westover of Vermilion and
Donna J. Hruz of Lomin; stepsons.
lonathon A. Settle *nd Joseph C
O'Doanell. both of Lorain: brothers.
Kenneth H. Snitch of Oregon and
William R. Snitch of Toledo: a sister.
Ju*nrt« C Baxter of Elyria: former wife,
JOBJI J. Siiileh of Lorain: and grandchildren, niecv» and nephews.
Preo ding him In death were his
father. Leonard Ralph, in 2001; mother.
Helen Winifred (nee Koehler). in 1993:
and a brother, John H. Snitch.
Arrangements were handled by
Walter A- Frey Funeral Home, Lorain,
where services were held Nov. 3. The
Rev. Robert Reich, of Sheffield Lake
United Church of Christ, officiated with
military honors by Disabled American
Veterans Louis Paul Proy Chapter 20.
Memorial contributions may be
made to Sheffield Lake United Church
of Christ. 603 Sunset Ave.. Sheffield
Lake 44054.
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77)9 PRESS 25
Another win, another round
Victory over Copley sets up date with East Liverpool
AVON
By Matt Trtor
Victories don't come more complete
than this.
Outside of K.L. Smith's 83-yard third
quarter kickoff return and a few penalties, Friday's 2-1-7 win over the Copley
Indians was all Shoremen.
"This team may not be made up of a
bunch of big Division I (college)
prospects, but they play together," Avon
Lake head coach Dave Dlugosz, who
earned his 100th victory with Friday's
win. aaid. "They play as a t eam. Right
now they're hungry. They can't wait for
practice to get ready for the next game."
That next game will come against the
Pottojs of East Liverpool High School
7:30 pjn. Friday night at Massillon's
Paul Brown Stadium.
Thd Potters defeated Marietta 20-14
last Friday hi what was a largely defensive contest. East Liverpool rallied for
20 straight ic the second half after
falling behind 7-C in the first quarter.
Running backs Lou Ward (3 carries. 3
yards rushing). Justin Campbell (9-27)
and Bennie Carter (11-60) scored all
three Potter TDs.
This year's playoff appearance is fust
the third in school history for East
Liverpool. The Potters are an experienced team, coming into Friday's game
with a host of returning letter winners
In key positions A big factor in their
victory over Marietta was their defense.
The Patters forced threw turnovers in the
4.
Avon Lake running back Jon Schroeder busts loose for a gain against Copley.
Schroeder rushed for 127 yards and two touchdowns. PRESS ptato • fUnfeft Photography
Quarterback Matt Skrinjar directs the on a roll. In the team's last six gnmes.
offense. Skrinjar completed two of six Avon Lake has outscorcd its opponents
passes fof 20 yards
233-49.
The
against Marietta.
defense has given
East
Livcrpcoi
vs.The success of
up just 42 points
Liverpool's offense
in those games.
Avon
Lake*
relies primarily on
They
haven't
the run. powered
given up a touchfieeod*
Avon
L*»
KM,
Eaat
Uwpod
8-3
by Carter and
down since the
W
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another speed bock
Amherst game in
Ne730
in Campbell.
the second-to-last
Avon Lake linegame of tho M W
men will no«d to
MO.
win, all by interception. TDOUKII thoy
fcoejj an «ye on
"We're going to
showed they can be beaten by. the defensive"" ends
take things - one
run-lliey gave up 117 firtr Itatf rushing Andre D.«w»on (6game at m time."
ynrds-thpy can slup ihe run Just a* easi1. 245) and Dan
Avon Lake senior
ly. Eaal Liverpool cracked down un
Suznevich
(fi-0,
defensive
back.
9 j ,
,.
&
Marietta's running Ramn. holding th«
245) along with
running back and
Tfctatt Tcfcrts wt.JS <ncjude«
ai
Tigers to -7 yards running in the sticoml
Ui.klw Dfian Davis
kick
returner
studnte and d**«nl lUcb'MN b« x*J today
half.
(ti-2. 200). The
Brian Jones said.
t f t 3 O p« 7 7 h R
Carter is the potters' go-to man in thu three
linemen
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offense. The senior tailback has speed made life difficult
one* from week to
School JWrtO dnpwtraentfcArtwinWty &
potential, but has been limited some- in the second half
week. We're in
main
oflto
AtHS
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naive
i
portal
cf
lh*crffwha. this season because of injury. for Mrrietta QB
this to go all the
'aetds rftw «*«<• IWd safes, IO t n « •
Carter, who also plays defensive back, Marcus Groves.
way. "
&
earned two tackles for losses, made a Campbell picked
Avon
Lake
huge tackle on special teams Friday to off two Marietta
racked up 33G
pin Marietta dut*p in their own territory passes at DB. Linebacker Chris Green is yards of total offense last week against
on a kickoff return.
also a man to kwsp an eye on.
SEE SHOREMEN, PAGE 28
The Shoremen enter Friday's game
•-•a
Avon's Meyer still punishing opponents at the next level
By Jo© Ostnco
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Forg»c
Etta:
Dan Meyer established hlmielf as one
of the area's top defensive linemen while
attending Avon High School where he
was an All-Lorain County Conference
and All-Loratn County selection. Meyer
is continuing to nuke an impact on tliu
football field, mostly at the expense of
his opponents, while playing at the next
level at West Virginia Wesleyan College.
Meyer, a junior at the Division II
WVWC, is leading the West Virginia
Intercollegiate Athletic Conference with
14 tackles for a loss, an average of two
per game. He is also second on his team
and ninth in the conference with Ihrve
sacks for the st-uson and fifth mi the team
with 13 solo and 25 assisted tackl*"i for a
total of 3a.
Billy F. Smith
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well and reacting to everything that I see
uite fast However. I still have a lot of
lings to work on so I am just going to
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on my leadership skills, my off the edge
pass rush and my overall understanding
of our opponent's offensive schemes."
As for his conference-leading tackles
for losses stats. Meyer says he's just in the
right place for tho team's defensive nnt-
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AVON LAKE
By MaT.
Avon Lake head football cuach Dave Dlugosz
earned his 100th victory lust week, but you wouldn't
know it if you talked to him.
Friday's 24-7 Division II regional quarterfinal win
puts the head coach's career total to 100 wins and 22
[psse*. Following the game, the humble head coach
credited his assistants and 11 generations of dedicated Shoremen teams and then quickly turned his
attention back toward the team's current playoff run.
"What (100 wins) means is thai we have a great
coaching steff and great kids." Dlugosz said. "We're
very fortunate to have a community as supportive as
Avon Lake, The coaches put together a great game
plan and the kids played a great game."
Dlugosz"» record is the best in 11-man football history. Avon Lake Sports Hall of Fame inductee Al
O'Neill is second on the list with A 77-28-6 (19661977) record. Karl Dryer, head coach during the
team's six-man football "days, has a career mark of 7925-3 (1939-1954).
"We didn't know going in that he n e ^ d c one
nmre," Avon Lake senior Brian Jones said. "It's like he
told us after the game, if it wasn't for the coaches,
players and the great community support, this wouldn't have happened. He's a very unselfish person."
In 11 seasons the head coach has led bis teams to
nine Southwestern Conference titles and teven playoff appearances.
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Avon Lake head coach Dave Dlugosz earned his 100th
coaching victory with last week's 24-7 win over the
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Fame, earned eight vcta* (six minimum to qualify) and a
Cut round playoff game. Hbfirstand only game this
got treason took plaoi in Green, where he watched the
Bulldogs, ranked « in Division B. Region 7. beat thd
Revere Minutemen, 13-0,
^ stOI enioy doing it." Way said. "Sine* I cover wide
receivers. I need to be in good shape. I exercise a lot, play
racquetbaU three times a week. When I cant run anymore rU quit"
He was one of just two officials in the Northeast
Diitrict from Avon and Avon Lake to receive the votes
neededforconsideration for a postseason game. Timothy
Upton of Avon received six votes.
While o football official is always under pressure,
thwe't no bigger pressure than that of a playoff game.
Players foal the pressure. Coaches feel the pressure.
Officials reallyfeelthe pressure.
"You feel it n little bit." Way said "Especially at
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Prior to the whispered belief among lans that officials
tend to call playoff games more loosely. Way says that's
hardly the situation. If anything, more pressure is on offirjals to keep an eye on almost everything.
"No. that's not the case at all." Way. who has coached
a stnte championship game and five state semifinal*,
said, "hi the playoffs there are simply better teams. It's
easier to officiate games with better teams. The skill level
is much higher. The kids are coached better."
One of the things that does make coaching in the
playoffs more of a challenge U that during the season you
officiate with the same five-man crew throughout all 10
weeks. In the playoffs, you're mixed in with an entirely
different crew.
"It can be hard getting on tha same page atfirst,"Way
said. "I've bwm fortunate to be on some good crews. If you
get someone with an ego. that can make things difficult
During the snasan. Way works with fellow Avon
Lakers Dave Rickey and Ron Smith. Unfortunately neither Rickey nor Smith received enough votes to be considered for a playoff game.
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The Sheffield-Sheffield Lake Junior Cardinals
wrapped up a tough season Saturday with a scoreless tie
against the Bav Packets. The Jr. Cards are a team of fifth
and sixth-graders playing in the Little Southwestern
Conference, a group of teams from North Olmsted.
diluted Falls, Bay Milage among others.
The Cards, who earned their first win of the season
earlier in the week with a victory over another team from
Bay Village, came up big on the defensive end in their
final game of the season Saturday. The R Jtets had trouble ail day moving the ball thanks to a huge game by the
defensive line.
Paul Gratton bad a big game, including a few tackles
for losses and a recovered fumble. Among many other
big plays, Brandon Johnson recovered a fuirMe,
Anthony Vaughan broke up a pass an almost had an
interception. Josh Pierce and Chad Boone made a ruce
stop in the offensive backfleld. Matt Petrella collected a
sack and made a huge tackle tu foil a fourth-down conversion attempt
"Wo played unbelievable defense today," head coach
Scott Hale said. "Our nose tackle and two linebackers
caused some confusion. Our defense came to play."
Offensively, it was a rough day for the Jr. Cards. Try as
they might, they just couldn't get anything going.
Quarterback Troy Brouse and running back Rocky Radeff
just couldn't find any openings to run against a very
tough Bay defense.
"We had a tuugh season, but the kids never got down
on themselves," Hale said. "Week after week tney kept
gcin^ and that kept me going. They loved to come to
practice. They love the game of football."
The Jr. Cards end the season at 1-6-1.
The team is: Johnson. Brouse, Radeff. Petrella. Boone.
Vaugh*n. Pierce, Gratton, Raymond Hull, Corey
Shoemaker, Shawn Robinson, Jacob Gerding, Jared
Tackett. Stefan Moody, Tommy Smith. Chris Chraeniak,
Danny Masarick. Keith Oberg Jr. Travis Hastings. Dove
Burnett, Jeff Sours, Gabriel Caudilt. Nick Jackman. Kevin
McDowell. Nathan Anderson and David Vnrell.
An enthusiastic corps of cheerleaders supported the
Jr. Cards. This year's squad is: Lee Ann Hale. Danielle
Wtuteley. Brittany Bucurencit Kayla Brown, Salena
Kauffman. Nicole Stevens, Jennifer Sours. Rachel VorelL
Erin Hastings. Lindsey TUberg snd Lauren Masarick.
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ins1, •ji.-d'iun. whii.b i:unai'»tL'd <il 22 kid^. This year
there aits around 12U uut lu; llit- program, including
one girl.
"At the start of tin; se.'jun (AHS ht-dil football
Another season of the Avon Flag Football Lt?ajjue
will come to a conclusion this month. The program,
starting under the direction of former Avon High
School varsity foolbuJl coach Mark. Hollars mid A\on
resident Scotl JunVins. closes out its fourth strain.
The program, continued on by JenUiu.. helped out
by thf Avon Recreation Department and made possibit* thanks to several volunteer coaches and officials,
is open to Avon residents in grade 3 all the way
through grade 6. The season, which tasls throughoul
the fall, is played out every Saturday afternoon beginning at 1 p.m. at Northgale Park.
"Mark Hollars really helped g«t this going."
Jenkins said. "We've gotten a lot of parental help,
with coaching, officiating. Without it, we wouldn't b«
able to do this."
Played on 50-yard lined fields, games are 30-minutes long, with a three-minute halftime sandwiched
in between. Teams play two 30-minute games back to
back. A team has four downs to cross midfiuld for a
first down. After earning the first down, they have
four more downs to score. Teams are permitted just
one running play every four downs. Every player on
the Geld \a an eligible receiver.
cuach) LHU Powell brings ih'; varsity team up to help
put un a clinic for us." Jenkins s;iid. "The luds enjoy
it and have a lot of fun."
Someday Jenkins hopvs the league will be able to
acquire helmets and shoulder pads for the players.
While the league would remain a flag league, the helmet:; and should pads would give the players an idea
of what the equipment feels like and would enable
teams to be able to teach more physical blocking.
Participants in the Avon Flag Football League try m vain to Currently, physical blocking nut permitted.
"A lot uf people want it. but it'll be touj?.h to do,"
chose down a pass Saturday, PRESS ptnto - MM
Jenkins said. "The cost isn't so much of a concern as
"We make it mandatory that a coach quarterbacks is the upkeep of the equipment."
The league's six-week season comes to a close
during the first half of the game," Jenkins said. "Kids
can quarterback in the secund half. That way every- Saturday. Traditionally, the final week of the season is
played on the varsity field at Avon Middle School.
one gets a chance at the ball."
The Avon Recreation Department has chipped in Unfortunately, due to the poor field conditions on
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Copley. Defunaively. they held the Trey Strnss *et up the score SlroiS. Little Eagles basketball
Indians lo just 154 yards. Copley's h:j-h- interfered with uu the pl-i>\ i*--nAu-tl
• Cor'3C. Da.e F^a;'.* tTi-A-gn C« rccfpason departpowered rushing duo of Smith and over his defender und hauled in the
r*.*r-'. at 930--'30. Wc^ca/ t'fo^gr. Fncay fran 10
Marcus Gould were limited tu just 92 Tyler Booher pa.^s J* lie fell at the 2. A
3^.-2 fjn if ;'.>J r-a.* c?Ji&or-s v wih to
yards. The defense held the Indians to low snap foiled the extra point attempt. 's, cr.'c ar^rcrg A.-?i Scrcoi r I'Y^ 3-6.1' ..?-' •rsoi-.c-d wtn tr•« f/'xyar.
leaving the store M 13-U Avon Lalte at c.'c 3 r r e 'S?JX4 ::<l£e. re/i"e " ^ . i " t^n S ;.*3.'s
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A" OiO Dwswn 0s v;Jd!i'js's Hurrar
Jones returned the third-quarter Cec72r<jer'is Fea !5.Regsrstcr <crrs «eeg-ver
Another Bieilax effort by the offensive
wjtefl to i^t^Zi. if
Oxrse *-if ce ^ ^ rJm. 9 ard 10 from'230^ pm
line helped Jon Schrtwder gain 127 kickoff 94 yards to help give the
(botr a/5) atfreLtxan Couity By Chapter, task
yards on 26 carries. Brian /ones and Dan Shoremen a 21-0 lead and a hu^p
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SfUigoj averaged over 5 yards a cairy on momentum swing. Bouhur connect kd
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their own, churning out 38 yards each with Stross for the two point conversion. The celebration was short-lived
on swven carries apiec«.
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Avon Latd took charge early on with however as Smith returned the ensuing Avon Recreation Department
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( « 0 ) 77&-3305 for m'omaton ard'or to regisitt ' ' '
on their first possession of the game. touchdown of the game. But Avon Late baton and pom-pom lessons
The A.ci Reoeat-c.1 Depar^rrert his opef""gs
Grade school wrestling
Schroeder capped it with a 3-yard run regained their composite, and with
Ary boy n the grades 1 trvough 8 bwefcorreto
for the icon. Rob Roarks extra point 3:30 left, Koark's 33-yard field goal iced IT bator ant pyv. pen aasses iw crdcfen ages 1014 Casses rr.eet Tuesday e/ernngs at A.on p r fra St Bemadctte BJUJogs wesfing team. FVaflte
the win.
made it 7-0 Shoremen.
Hwitage Stfoot The su-vieek session bw;'« ficx
fcr westiers n yaies 4 Irrough 8 is terttfwdy schedTwo possessions later it was 13-0
12 ard furs thrcygh Dec 17. The cost var«5
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Avon Lake. Schroeder chalked up yeton whefrjw you sjgn up fof one dass (X
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on the field. I think my football skills
have steadily matured and ! am able to
make a ton of plays every game."
While the Bobcats started the season
the line."
Meyer, who has maintained a 3.4 GPA with three losses, they've managed to
win
four of their last five games to
while majoring in marketing, knew
WVWC was the place for htm when he improve to 4-4 and 3-1 in the WYIAC
Just don't let Meyer hear you call their
was told he couldpUy immediately.
"I was very interested to play as a recent success a turnaround.
**I don't really view it as a turnfreshman as long as I thought 1 had a
good opportunity to be successful." around." he said. "I mean we knew that
Meyer said. "I felt I could have played at we were a good teamfromthe beginning.
a larger school, hut V/esleyan was a good We finally have a solid core of upperfit for me and economically it was my classmen and we lost two of our first
three games by a game winning field goal
best decision."
The decision ha* definitely paid off as (by Mercy hurst) and a called back touchMeyer yrw an AH-Conference Hoaorablu down (against California University of
Mention selection hi*freshmanyear and PA). So our 'turnaround' was really just a
was roted WVWC "Freshman of the matter of us playing together and our
yean" Hi* sophomore year be made sec- leaders stepping up."
ond team Alf-Canferance and was voted
Meyer should receive more postseathe team's "Sophomore of the Year."
son awards since he Is already six tackles
According to coach Strubte. Meyer is and one tackle for a loss ahead of his
not Just a defensive standout, but a totals from last season. He's even got his
sights set on bigger goals for his senior
leader as weU.
"Dan gives us a lot of leadership with year.
hi* status as U 1* on the team and his
"Hopefully in my senior year we can
three yean experience as a starter." get a conference championship, because
fitrubte said."He arrays ICMD* hi* motor what better way is there to go out?" he
running/"
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asked. "Also. 1 am honestly looking tu
Meyvr enjoy* taking on the leadership be an Ail-American, a first-team all-cnnrole mad is satisfied with bis play over foreoce performer and a dominant force
tne last thno yean.
In our league and against anyone we
r ~l «m nappy with my overall football play."
career here at West Virginia YYesleyan.'*
With the talent and hard work
be said. "X havs been looked on as a Meyer has displayed dating back to his
leader since I got here and have been years at Avon, he may just reach those
gfvon every ^opportunity to be successful high aspirations.
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garden
soned with Louisiana spices. Max and Erroa's is also
try. on its signature sandwich.
grill (S7.59J. But. the granddaddy of them all, a Max and known for homestyle entiees like barbecued rilw {S12.99
Hamburgers are serious business at Max and Erma's. Ernia'a institution since day one is the inliuuaus garbugB for a half slab. S1G.99 »ir a full slab), homemade meadoaf
The trademark burgers are fresh, never frozen, and are burger, topped with "wverytlling but the kitdien sink" (S9.2«) and chicken j~it pie (S3.79). The newest entree
cooked to order, served with lettuce, tomato and a red (S7.09-Sa.WJ), depending on sizu.
addition is Tuscan chicken, tterved over capellini nooonion slice on a grilled bun. with a side of seasoned fries
You say thai you are not in Uie mood for one of these dlt-i with sauteed artichokes. Roma tomatoes, onions
or potato salad. There are two sandwich sizes. 5-ounce or signature sandwiches? There are some recent additions and mushrooms in a garlic wine sauce (S9.99).
to Max and Erma's menu that may tempt you. In the
Max and Enna's is popular with the little ones. The
appetizer category, there are the new soft pretzel sticks, kid's menu includes all of the fun foods children love,
served with con queso sauce for dipping (S3.29J. Salads like comdogs and French fries, chicken fingers, grilled
AVON LAKE CABLE
now include a barbecue chicken salad with Monterey cheese, cheeseburgers and Kraft macaroni and cheese, all
Jack
chaesu and black beans (S8.59). and the Third Street priced in the 53 range.
BRbADCASTlNG THIS WEEK
salad, a mixture of greens, sweet dressing, chicken,
Max and Erma's is open for lunch and dinner daily.
almonds, bacon and bleu chee«« (58.59).
The nearest location is in The Promesade in WestUke.
fine-up for FubSc Access Channel 28 and
Sandwich offerines now include a grilled Alaskan Call (440] 699-8686 for more information. The restauGovernment Access Channel 12 for the week of Nov. 6-Nov
salmon burger, served with fruJt salad (57.29). The regu- rant is wheelchair accessible and major credit cards
12.200Z
lar menu already lists a number of different chicken are accepted.
Public Access Channel 28
financial Focus." with host Rick Rrtts, 12 pm; 8 pm; 4
am
,"**=" Health Connection,* with host Carolyn Fordyce. 1
pun; 0 p m ; 5 a m
"Lot's Tafc," with host Bob BCen. 2 p m ; 10 pm; 6 a m
"Sunday Service of the Ihe Lakeshore United Methodist
Church* 4 pm; 12 ant; 8 am
•Educstionaay Speaking," with host Kathleen O'Brien
WBhetn, 6 p m ; 2 a m ; 10 a m
' fThe Awn Lake United Church of Christ broadcasts its
s e n ^ I n * oft Sundayroomingsat 9 and 11 am)
Government Access Channel 12
.... "Safclyane. Ohio Oept of F\ibfc Safety 7 a m / p m ; 11
am/pm; 3 am/pm
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. -*~This week on ALC-TV. catch up with the Avon Lake
AthJeftC Boosters, activities ° ° this edition of *Educabona)ty
Speaking? Step back in time to August 1990 for a rerun of the
Avon Late PubfeUbrwy's summer production of 'Andy and
the Lton; stamoB the kids o* Awn Lake.
ALC-TV h a community based television station,
proofamming Is oenerated by Avon Lake residents, tf you
woufcf She to produce a program, it is necessarytoschedule
with us a minimum of two weeks in advance- If you have any
questions or comments, please cafl us at 933-7677.
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Hungarian Artwork exhibit at LCCC
Decorative objects reflecting the breadth and beauty of Hungary's cultural arts will be displayed at Lorain
County Community College's (LCCC) library, now
through Dec. 15 in the "Ethnic Art Exhibition: The
Cultural Arts of Hungary." The exhibition is free and
open to the public The exhibit is located in the
library's interior and exterior lobby and center display
cases. This is the first of six exhibit* organized by
LCCCs Global Resource Center which is funded by the
Title VI-A grant for international studies and language
program*.
Paintings, textiles, porcelain, embroidery and figurine* from dlverae regions of Hungary have been colfucted over the years by Lormin Cuunty.rmidnnt, John
Peter*, and generously loaned to LCCC for this special
exhibition. Highlight* of the exhibit Include rarely
M«n example* of Here nil and Zaolna figurine* and
vasns. original oil paintings and hand-embroidered
textiles and costumes. For information about the
Hungarian exhibit, call Denlse Karshner at (800) 995-
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at 7:30 p.m. in the Stacker Studio Theatre. Admission
for LCCC students, staff and senior citizens is S4.
General admission is 55.
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LAKE
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The fife dejjartTent *as toned to the
Anst5«n Pla_3 /.hen a s+joog gas odor was
detected last wee*. The situation was put
under control without tncxient.
arnke
A local woman came to the statort Oct 27
to report her purse was stolen wh.!e she
shopped a! Tops- The only tning of *a!ue in tr,e
pocV.etbcok was her cell pnone and a report
was filed foe insurance
£ Two-wheoler
Student gets police visit
Oncers A»re caiied to A,on Hgh School
Oct 30 when officials there grew concerned a
rowdy female student would cause a disturbance The student had apparently been thrown
off t i e schco' bus for acting up and djscpisia.7
rwa/tnc5 were not gong •«*;:). Officers attempted
to i n t a c t the g'rfs pwenti several tmes, but
e^entualf/ t*iey had to transport her to a rela*r/e's
louse.
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Officials at an Avon Belden Road busness
cafled in Oct 2 1 to report fining a bicycle on
the property. Pie txke was p;d>ed up and
placed into pokce inventory.
Resting
An anonymous woman called in last we«k
about a man lying on the tree lawn in front of
Burger King on Abbe Road Sheffield Village
RDfice were relayed the caa
Relax
A 9 - ! - ! operator relayed a call from a SL
SharbeJ Coort address when a man had difficulty breathing. The fire department was toned
to the scene, and the man transportedtomedical attention.
Lame
An anonymous man called r, about an
injured deer on Westwinds Drive last week
Officers wens sent to the area to check out tha
datm
Check the register
Employees at the FairfieU Inn called in
about a suspicious man on tne property last
week. It turned out he was staying at the hotel.
Tailing
A. local woman called in to report her exboyfriend had threatened her and was new
offing her place of businesstoobtain her work
hours. Officers were given a description of the
suspect car and the woman was advised on
ner courses of action.
Bullies
A Rosewood Drive woman called in to
report her 14-*ear-oJd neighbor had threatened her 2 and lf>year-old children. Officers
went to the address in question, but the suspect was not h a e at the time
Missing
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A woman Bring on Redwood Drive called in
^Oct 3 0 to report a theft from her auto at
Sweetbrier GoH O u t A report was fifed for
insurance purposes.
TiiTTt up the neat
Last week's cold weather caused some wonV
ers in the Stonebridge Drive areatoSght afireto
keep warm at tt« site, Ptike received a call from
a concerned citizen about the open bum.
Risky
The crossing guard working near Learwood "
Direct
School reported seeing some students jumpAn anonymous call came in last week
ing i n front of traffic last week. Extra patrols
about some construction traffic on Jaycox
were assigned to the area.
Road without a flagman. Officers went to the
Trickml
site and found no cause for complaint
A woman Swng on Inwoorl Drive called in to
How many to change?
report two wooden skeletons were stolen from her
Employees at a Detroit Road business
j/mtt on Oct 31. A report was filed on ine matte
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A Mapte*-cd D"ve man called in fasti
to r e p e l his lawn ornaments nad been <
aged overnight A report was filed on thei
Pass the buck
Out of control
VAatlake Fbiice rela/ed a report about an
cut cf control fuck headed *estbo_nd on !-90
last we«l^ Pol^e were unable to locate the
veh.de.
A V O N POLICE BLOTTER
Not nice
ca:!sd in Oct 30 when the/ changed a D-jmec
out light bulb incorrectly. There was apparent*/
a burn,r.g smell throughout t n * faoMy- The toe
cJefartrrent was toned to the scene.
Crying In the pasta
Employees at a restaurant en Detroit Road
called in «hen a depressed man came in to eat
last week Officers went over and spoke to tne
man.
S H E F F I E L D LAKE POLICE
BLOTTER
Juveniles pull the old ditcher
An anonymous complaint came in about
some ju-<enile5 deng some ding-dong ditching,
down West Shore Drive Nov. 2. Officers were
dispatched to the scene, but the suspects were
gone when they arrived
On the run
A Lake Road man called in to report!
someone throwing bottles off the seventh \
a! La*es'de Towers. A unit was sent over*
matters were resorved.
Close call
A Tennysun Road man caEed in
report his girlfriend had attempted to <
on piJfs. The rescue squad was toned
scene and t i e woman was transported;
medical hospital
Powdery
Officials
at the
Department?
Transportation caSed in to report faeftit
treating 1-90 with liquid salt No« t.
was to leave a white powder on tne i
The information was forwarded to poGcej
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An anonymous cater complained about
some juveniles putting bike ramps in the road
on HoweH Drive Nov. 2. The riders were
advised to take it inside
Uppity
A Tennyson Drive woman called in to report
a problem with her tS-year-oid daughter last
week. The woman wanted her daughter out of
the house. A unit was sent over'and matters
were resolved for the evening.
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SHEFFIELD'VILLAGE MAGISTRATE
ined
^
565 for e.«
for improper plate display.
* « » " * 926 Lorvj. Lorain, f i n ed $45 for
'. "510 Oberi.n, Lorain. fined $250 tor no
$50 f
i
speed
• Bsermanrvl580 Prospect Syria, sentenced to 10
. .
wnrr 10 days suspended, license suspended for six
months and fined $550 for driving under the influence Also
fined $50 for weaving.
^ D a v i d R Brge, 32656 Carriage,-Avon Lake, sentenced to
five days ja3 with five days suspended and fined $250 for
improper sale and use of alcohoL
* , 5 1 ? t ° P h e i Colon * * 4 2 4 6 Berkeley. Sheffield Vdiage, fined
$100 for dog at large
AmanoiSe^fnedfafown, 5530 Edgewood, Lorain, fined $50
fa* no.operator's licertse and $65 for excessive speed
• Frederick N. Dial Jt, 833 Jefferson. Vermffiba fined$45for
tgnoong traffic control device.
Lisa M. Govuaiez. 2021 W 11. Lorain, fined $75 for unsafe
vehicle.
Amie K. Beiz, 232 Commodore, El/ria.fined$45 for expired
0 * m U-Hensley, 331 W 4. Eiyria, sentenced to three days
jajlwijnttiree days suspended and fined $150 for telephone
harassment Also fined $400 for .driving under suspension and
$25 for criminat trespassing.
•"'": Morgan M.Kreiovic5.4391 Colorado, Sheffield Village, fined
$45 for failure to assure dear distance.
Thomas A, DeChant 1509 11th, Lorain, fined $65 for
excessive speed and $30 for seatbett violation.
; Shirley U D«Chant, 1509 W 11. Lorain, fined $20 for seatbettvioiatiorL
; Kathleen E Vecchio. 178 Wtodbrooh, Syria, fined $45 for
ignoring traffic control device.
^ShainaA Puffy 6331 Bafwin, Lorain.fined$45 for faffure to
control .;
j
;Dmfy L Smms, tdO CoBege Park. Syria, fined $45 for
ignoringfcafficoohkot device and $30 for seatbeft violation.
**:iM-'f ^ MechcjywUdi 4570 New London. Geneva, fined
' Amy A . Duesler. 2 0 8 Park Ueadov, Byria. fined £ 4 5 for
e ^ k a a p M e t and $ 3 0 for scatbeit violation.
-ThomasUIreland Jc, 173 Butoo, AwnLake,fined S45 1<x
failure to asstwcfea* distance.
• Noah W BUaa. 10196 £ River. Elyna. fned $45 for
squeaUbeettnotafion. •'"
^EfeabeihGaquWo. 11825Lake,Lakewood,fined $45 for
improper plate display and $66 for excessive speed
T M S ^ L - B v n e s , 5360 Kaobw, Sheffield W a g e , fined
$ 4 5 for faftjre to y i e k l *
•-Stephanie Adams-Rinswalt 35988 Falcoln Crest Avon,
firfed$45fcrfaauretoyWd
£ l K t t A,fcmes,3038 Vine. Loraia fined $65 for excessive
speed and $301or seatbeK violation.
^ p H a n y L Morris,, 724 Irving Park. Sheffield Lake,fined$50
focWturetoyield ..
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/~T>ww*Mw'ft V l r l f t r r "IQlfl 1/2W. 10L -oraln, sentenced to I U
days ja4 witft:i0 days suspended and fined $500 for passing
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Karen M. Huq. 1367 Eter. Laktvood. sentenced to 30 da,s
J
* ^ 4 l , U d f ^ , S U 3 p e n d e d ' ) l C e n 5 e suspended for w montfis
and f,ned S35O for driving .jnder tne influence. Also f,ned S50
roreAcessrve speed
Hoily R Johnson, 4900 Eimwocd. SheH«/d Lake senced to
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rth 30
tenced
to 30
30 te/s
30 days suspended and f7ned'$25b
tor disorderly conduct
Jennifer K". bngafetef, 15375 Madoon, La>.ev,ood, sentenced to 90 days jaJ w,th 80 days suspended, bcense suspended for one year and fined $500 with S500 suspended for
driving under the influence.
Anthony Luciano, 2334 Westview, Loran, sentenced to 180
days fii\ wrth 150 days suspended and fined $500 for petty theft
Pamela J. Munich. 714 West River. Elyna. sentenced to 3 0
days jail with 3 0 Cays suspended and fined $350 for passinq
bad checks.
^
Jeffrey A Stout 2344 E. 29. Lorain, sentenced to 90 days
jail with 67 days suspended, i^ense suspended for one year and
fined $500 for driving under the influence. AJso fined $50 for
weaving and $350 for driving urwJer suspension.
Hari/n L Vanriper, 2800 Center. Avon, fined $100 for
attempted possession of drug paraphernalia and sentenced to
3 0 days jail with 3 0 days suspended and fined $250 for driving
under suspension.
Andrew £ Wansack, 32176 Teasel. Avon Lake, fined $35
for ignoring traffic control device.
Michael J. Donlon, 18542 P, Tekonsha. Mich, fined $45 for
improper plate display.
Joesph A. Leitner, 177 Burton. Avon Lake, fined $45 for
mud flap violation.
Thomas G. DeWorfe, 6451 Riverdate, Wnitmore Lake, Mich,
guilty of improper plate display.
Susan L Hardy. 4001 Shawnee, Lorain, sentenced to 180
days jail with 180 days suspended and fined $750 with $650
suspended for telephone harassment
Joseph A, Koster. 4071 Berkley. Sheffield Village, fined
$ 100 for disorderly conduct
Daniel J. Mann, 5823 Paula, N. Ridgeville, Tined $500 for
obstructing official business.
Todd R. Pepgs, 4514 Riverside, Lorain. sentenced to 9 0
days jail with 9 0 days suspended and fined $ 2 5 0 for no operator's license. Also fined $50 for standing still in no parking lone.
Ada L Wile. 2112 Peart Lorain, sentenced to 9 0 days jail
with 9 0 days suspended and fined $350 for petty theft
Don A Mequish, 9050 M Federal, Den.er. Colo, fined $25
for no wheel protection.
Daniel R Beasloy 111, 14626 Purrtas, Cleveland, fined $ 1 0
for peet/squeal vioiatioa
• •• Frank A. BulUngton, 180 College Park, Elyria, senterxed to
8 0 days Jail with 6 0 days suspended and fined $ 5 0 0 for driving
under suspension,
Donata Cunningham, 10103 Summerset Cleveland, sentenced to 180 days jail with 150 days suspended and fined
$1,000 with $1,000 suspended for fleeing police. Also sentenced to 30 days jad with 3 0 days suspended for driving under
suspension and fined $50 for weaving,
Sriane Delligatti, 3945 E. River. Elyria, sentenced t i 30 days
jail with 30 days suspended and fined $500 for failure to maintain physical control Also fined $50 for weaving.
Jacob P. Eber. 144 Orummond Avon Lake, sentenced to 3 0
days jail with 3 0 days suspended and fcwd $ ! 5 0 for disorderly
conduct
_.
Kyle F. Eynon, 115 Oakwood, Avon Lake, sentenced to 3 0
days jail with 30 days suspended and fined $150 for disorderly
conduct
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Michael J. Garcia. 33017 Avon, Avon, sentenced to 9 0 days
jail with 9 0 days suspended and fined $500 for drwng under
suspension.
Ricfiafd J. Goesuch Sr, 1571 VictDna, Lakewood. fined $25
for failure to os^jre dear distance.
Joseph 0. Hunt 13 J 2 Drodo, L e a n , sentenced to 180 cays
jail with 170 days suspended, icen.se suspended one yea/ and
imed S500 fof dfi.mg under the influence. Also sentenced to
10 da/5 }al and fined $350 for df^ng under suspension a<id
$50 for weaving.
Rajmond J. Kaczmarcr/k, 25815 W « t * o o d , Westiake. sentenced to 3 0 da/s jaJ with 30 days suspended, license suspended three months and fined $750 for failure to maintain
y
control. He was also fined $50 for lane/line violation.
Jason T. Knew, 156 Lakewood, Avon Lake, sentenced to 3 0
days jail with 3 0 days suspended and fined $100 for underage
possession and consumption.
Jaied C Lassen, 107 Devonshi/e, Elyria. sentenced to 3 0
days jail and fined $ 3 5 0 for no operator's license. Also fined
$50 for lane/line vwiabon.
Die J. McDonald. 5115 Lake, Sheffield Lake, sentenced to
30 days jad with 27 days suspended, Bcense suspended for six
months and fined $500 for driving under the influence. Abo
fined $50 for weaving.
Maureen E McGrath. 31933 Lake, Avon Lake, sentenced to
30 days jail with 27 days suspended, license suspended three
months, and fined $350 for driving under the influence.
Christopher A Monjot 284 Greenbhsu; Avon Lake, sentenced
to 90 days jad with 9 0 days suspended and fried $750 w«h $500
suspended for resisting arrest Also sentencedto30 days j a l with
30 days suspended and fined $250 with $250 suspended fcr
possession of drug paraphemafta, fined $100 for possession of
drugs, and sentenced to 180 days B J with 180 days suspended
and fined $ 1000 wrth $ 1000 suspended for aitempted theft
Alfonso SancheA 817 E. 35, Lorain, sentenced to 180 days
ja3 with 175 days suspended and Fined $500 with M 5 0 suspended for petty theft
Shah E. Satcoff. 41614 HaieUood. Elyra, fined $ 1 0 0 for
disorderly conduct
Karen E. Snider, 7194 Berkshire, Kirtland, fined $ 2 5 for
seatbelt violation.
Robert W Thomay Jr, 2235 HoUy, Avon, sentenced tn 9 0
days jail with 9 0 days suspended and fined $ 1 5 0 for domestic
vwtence.
Thomas L 'flails, 37099 Detent Avon, sentencedto30 days jal
wftti 3 0 days suspended and fined $100 for possession of drug
paraphernalia. Abo sentenced to 9 0 days pi with 9 0 days n»pendedand fined $250 for underage possession and consumption.
Keigh M. Woff. 132 Armour. Avon Lake, sentenced to 3 0
days jail with 3 0 days suspended and fined $ 1 0 0 for underage
possession and conumptlon.
AVON MAGISTRATE
Lynne M. Martin. S31 E. Lorain. fined $ 6 0 for ignoring traffic control device.
Jessica R. Botten. 133 ftxest, Avon Lake, fined $ 7 5 for
ignoring traffic control device.
WlDorn Jamieson, 1630 Lake Breeze, Sheffield Lake, fined
$75 for right of way violation.
Judith A. Schmrtz. 32686 Redwood. Avon Lake, fined $75
for rignt of way viotatioa
Thomas J- Curry. 31970 Grove, Avon Lake, fined $75 for
expired plates.
Larry G. Walker. 110 Vanda. Avon Laka. fined $100 for no
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• baac L Church, 1004 Kingsway. Lorain. fined $100 for
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