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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 30, 2006, Chicago, Illinois Back Page tts Kids Choice Even for camera angles Big Picture pfer Northwest Focus Special section Fore Our golf guides inside Thursday March 30 2006 PADDOCK PUBLICATIONS 134TH YEAR No 167 SEVEN SECTIONS NS 500 C6 Crowning achievement PHOTOS BY MIKE HERALD A 3ton roof structure is hoisted onto the new Arlington Heights firehouse Tuesday The million project will be complete by August fire station on schedule BY SHEILA AHERN Daily Herald Staff Writer Thank God it fit Donning hardhats con struction workers and Arlington Heights firefighters stood off Street arid joked about what would happen if the 3ton pyramid set on top of a new fire station Wednesday wasnt quite the right size But it was and the new million fire station project is right on schedule said John Sigalos of Sigalos Associates Construction on the new fire station is about halfway complete it started in October and will be done in August said Sigalos an Arlington Heights resident I five here so this project means a lot to me he said The villages main fire sta tion at 1150 N Arlington Heights Road will not be dis placed during the renovation The police station Is not slated for a renovation After the fire station is built the adjacent village hall will be demolished to make room for a new 75000squarefoot building The new village hall will be named the John G Woods Municipal Campus as a trib ute to the former village president Woods was in office during a time of tremendous growth in the See RENOVATE on PAGE 11 A construction worker signals the crane operator as a 3ton roof structure is lowered in place for a new fire sta tion in Arlington Heights The million project will be complete in August to change hands BY SHEILA AHERN Daily Staff Writer After more than 25 years in the family restaurant business Bobby and Andrea Tsambarlis are selling their Rivera Restau rant Its just time Andrea barlis said Wednesday Weve put in a lot of long hours and a lot of good years The Rivera Restaurant called Rivs or The Riv for short is at 5 W Campbell St in down town Arlington Heights The couple recently sold the restaurant to longtime cus tomers and Arlington Heights residents Barbara and Brian Zeller who bought it along with business partner Shelly Andre However the wont stray far from the Rivs theme the restaurant will reopen as Riv on Monday Andrea Tsambarlis said They are fabulous people she said about the new owners They will only make this place better They plan on adding a lot of nice menu Its just time Weve put in a lot of long hours and a lot of good years Andrea Tsambarlis on selling the Rivera Restaurant a family business items Bobby and Andrea barlis first stepped into the original Riviera Restaurant at 19 N Vail Ave in 1980 with little restaurant experience but lots of family help Andreas parents George and Sophia Bolos owned a Jewish restaurant and deli in Chicago The husband and wife team quickly picked up the neces sary skills with Bobby doing the cooking Andrea taking the orders operating the register and pouring the soft drinks Andreas father taught Bobby how to make soups and their menu grew Today the restaurant boasts a See RIVERA on PAGE 11 UN to Iran Cut it out Security Council calls for the end of uranium 2 New SUVs pickups to get better gas mileage Associated Press BALTIMORE The govern ment set tighter gas mileage rules Wednesday for pickups and sport utility vehicles includ ing bulky SUVs like the Hummer H2 and Chevrolet Suburban responding to rising concern about the supply and cost of energy from abroad The new fuel economy rules covering 2008 through 2011 would save 107 billion gallons of fuel over the lifetime of the vehicles sold during that period and take a more aggressive stance than a Bush administra tion proposal issued last summer officials said The new standards represent the most ambitious fuel econ omy goals for light trucks ever developed in the programs 27 year history said Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta The regulations followed Pres ident Bushs declaration in January that the US is addicted to oil and his call for a 75 per cent reduction in Mideast oil imports by 2025 Manufacturers will begin implementing the rules as average gas prices exceed a gallon and many consumers are seeking more vehicles such as hybrids and pick ups and SUVs US automakers notably General Motors Corp and Ford Motor Co have struggled in recent months outlining plans to reduce their work force as they deal with shrinking market share higher costs for labor and raw materials and intense com petition from Asian competitors Transportation officials esti mated the plan would add about to the cost of each vehicle but consumers likely would recoup that cost in fuel savings in four years they said The rule would include SUVs weighing 8500 to 10000 pounds Fuel savings New fuel standards for vehicles built from 200810 now include larger trucks such as the H2 Hummer and Chevy Suburban They require automakers to improve the fuel economy Fuel economy standards for light trucks 25 miles per gallon 235 20 15 10 5 00 02 04 06 08 10 Source Department of Transportation AP for the first time starting in 2011 but it would not include large pickups in the weight class Vehicles likely to be affected include the Hummer H2 Chevrolet Suburban GMC Yukon XL and the Ford tion EL to be released this summer DOT officials said they would require manufacturers to install fuel saving technology on all passenger trucks ENTER THE DRAGON He runs He climbs He hunts And he is among the largest lizards around He is a Komodo dragon and the newest star at Chicagos Shedd Aquarium Meet Faust the marquis attraction in Lizards and the Komodo King opening April 8 Age 13 years Length 8 feet Weight 130 pounds Speed 12 miles an hour Born San Diego Zoo raised in the Fort Worth Texas Zoo Name Faust in a naming contest It honors the German tale about a man who trades his sou to the devil Of note Faust is the first Komodo dragon featured in a Chicago zoo or aquarium HEET FAUST THE KING Habitat Sharp teeth a forked f tongue and deadly bacteria Faust lives alone Faust while the facility with his wife lounges on a 100degree sun rock or scampers actress Sharon Stone Bronstein walked away barely around his room reflecting his Indonesian habitat lizard crushed his big toe Dinner anyone Hooves horns and To visit Lizards and the Komodo King will be at the will eat it all Dragons can eat a pig in 20 minutes Shedd Aquarium 1200 S Lake Shore Go Dont get too close Phil Bronstein made the mistake online to of getting up dose and personal with a dragon at the source Shedd news reports PAUL HERALD Warm and windy High of 62 See the back of Business Out with the old In with the new Changes are coming to our Business section Jim explains die hows and whys Page 14 Tlie Chicago areas most complete entertainment guide Coming Friday in Time out The very first time Mark Guarino chats with Robert Pollard of Guided by Voices about his first solo show at Metro The second time Sharon Stone is back in Basic Instinct 2 but can it top the original Check out our review Today in Neighbor go time coming to the Allstate Arena this weekend Horoscope 42 Lottery Annies Mail Sec 5 Movies Hax 43 Stocks 116 43 Comics Sec 5 Obituaries 35 44 33 Help wanted 61 Television 42
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