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Orrville Courier Crescent (Newspaper) - December 9, 1993, Orrville, Ohio Dairy profits sour - Page 12 Council wades into lagoons - Page 3 hoopsters take opening edge by Mustangs 32-30 128 NO. 20 44667 USPS 135-500 December 9,1993 should have checked pants would-be thief stole a pair of trousers from New Or Not on West High Street but left something very important behind in his old pair - his are pending against a teenager in connection with the Saturday could earn YMCA a cool the Orrville YMCA meets its million fundraising an Akron foundation will throw in another the organization had received cash donations ant pledges totaling toward construction of a new 21,000 facility off Smucker or Preliminary figures show raising another would drop the figure to and with the addition of the GAR Foundation challenge to amounts to an offer by GAR to contribute 80 cents for each raised by the said Bob steering committee campaign fund raising drive started in the fall of 1992 following the January 1991 purchase of of land from Wayne are so close and with a little bit additional response by people in Orrville and eastern Wayne we can complete our goal within the next three Don vice president and chairman of the building workshop set on 7 million city streetscape plan will receive an in-depth review during a Monday workshop following a 7 p.m. Orrville Public Utilities Board meeting in the Municipal Power Plant conference room on Perry Dennis Landaw wasn't dumping on a planned city purchase of a new spin dumps on truck at a Monday city council meeting solely as a employee of Volvo GM Heavy Truck Landaw said number of had asked him why the city isn't buying the truck a matter of state have to We have no choice about In said William city truck we're looking for is not the kind of truck Volvo described it as a 11/2 ton dump truck on a pickup chassis as opposed to the heavy trucks manufactured by Volvo Main project didn't make the proposed widening of North Main Street from Road to the city line will have to wait for another to William service the project didn't make the cut for state Issue 2 infrastructure streetscape to cost merchants are said ready to back plan with DARLENE CROSKEY After nearly two years of City Council got a sneak peek Monday at a proposed million streetscape plan known as the Orrville Downtown Improvement ' It will cost local downtown merchants a a presentation for council and representatives at the Jerry Orrville Area Chamber of Commerce said 55 percent of downtown business district property owners have either already signed or indicated they will agree to the Ohio Department of Transportation already has agreed to kick in Amstutz said the needed legislation already is in hand and they've said got property share totals or less than 15 percent of the total project remaining 85 percent is expected to come from sale of city bonds and Construction is not expected to start until 1995 and be completed within a slated for improvement include of Main Street from Orr Street to Chestnut Market Street from Conrail's tracks to Mill Water Street from Vine Street to Walnut Vine Street from Water Street to a Conrail grade Depot Street from Market Liberty from Market Street to the and public parking lots and key lights will be changed from the lights now in use to a historic decorative street lights will be used in parking will come from the Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act and will be used for preservation of a historic Orrville Depot brick walkway and related parking City Municipal General obligation for parking lot improvements and refurbishing of existing alleyway structural repairs to in public storm drainage street street pavements and markings and traffic Municipal decorative street underground system and operation control street trees and site furnishings trash receptacles and curb extension for inscribed decorative pavers at said for parcels that include corner which have frontage on more than one street in the project the per front-foot will be applied only to the average footage of the combined sides of a The elderly with property in areas slated for improvement will also get a of having to pay the costs all at the city will issue bonds which will permit them to stretch payments over 15 those bonds and 20-year city sale of which Page 3 1 Ji*- U s Troyer artist's rendering show how Main Street will took if a proposed downtown improvement project gets the needed financial Speaks language of DARLA K. Speaks speaks the language of business in five local companies increasingly looking at a global marketplace where English isn't always spoken could find herself in she now works at a she recently acquired a new translating equipment manuals into Spanish for a local machine tool Spanish is Her native tongue is Portugese and springs from the sunny streets of bustling Sao Paulo the world's third largest city and a long journey across three continents from they in addition to Portugese and she learned Swedish and of someone from a culture of Iberian with lots of for Speaks wove a tapestry of in Sao Paulo and Stockholm and how she ended up in the United Sao rushing to get places and fighting traffic is an everyday It also presents a sharp contrast between a big city where life is movement and a small Midwest city like Jeff complains about having two or three cars in front of him she just makes me Although Jeff is no to world travel people tend to forget what they she Sao I never had the time to listen to a bird she in you can look out and see the trees and the birds ahd appreciate graduated from the Institute Unificado Paulista in Sao a degree in From she was Page 3 Howells makes way as naval top by NAS Alameda Denny Major CMC Howells takes the reins from CM A Cesar Dulay recently took the ranks of Command Master He is a 1966 graduate of Orrville High to The Courier - Every now and then stories about local people who make good come from distant This one Harry a 1966 Orrville High School came from Rochell of the U.S. Navy's public relations in manure and chicken feed as a Harry Howells had it weekends as a youth spent roaming his farm in Orrville provided him the opportunity of a lifetime the chance to hoard his undivided I was the first my grandparents took a shine to me. At home I was one of four Out there I all to That aspect was what drew Howells soon discovered that life on a working tending to livestock and endless wasn't all he had might have worked harder than I wanted to at he I learned that you get what you get by working for it. If I had spent my time only with my parents in our small I would have been considered in a higher echelon of economic I was given a lot of but I wasn't known for getting things just because of who I the weight of the stare focused on NAS Alameda Command Master Chief Howells is intent on not leaving behind the lessons of Page 8
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