Kokomo Tribune, July 10, 1994

Kokomo Tribune

July 10, 1994

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Issue date: Sunday, July 10, 1994

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Kokomo Tribune (Newspaper) - July 10, 1994, Kokomo, Indiana M M V KOKOMO 300 July Kokomo event recalls crafts of Old World Spectators turned out Saturday for the Old World Heritage Days at the Seiberling 1200 Sycamore which is also known as the Howard County Historical During Heritage visitors watched candle black wood soap chair rope mak ing and toy The event was part of the KokomoHoward County Sesquicentennial which honors the 150th birthday of the Howard County The sesquicentennial celebra tion ends today with a communi tywide service from at Kautz In the Countywide Ice Cream Social will be from 37 today at the Seiberling Todays sesquicentennial events Festival of Faith Day Communitywide Service Kautz Field 3 Samuel takes a rest on the steps to the Seiberling 1200 Sycamore while his mother demonstrated rope making as part of Old World Heritage Days Saturday Jhe Hall family looks over Darrell Brubakers collection of hog which were used in the early 1900s to apply medicated oils to control lice and skin diseases on hogs Tribune photos by Brian Reynolds Janet Taber demonstrates caning a chair during Old World Heritage Days event at Misty adjusts her bonnet during the sesqui Seiberling Mansion centennial activities Morgan doing great after plane crash By TRISHA TURNER Tribune staff writer The Kokomo survivor of a North Carolina plane crash that killed 37 people last week is doing great but is plagued with sleeping problems and night mares about the his exwife said Hes laughing and Hes in a lot of pain but just glad to be said Sue whose for mer Richard returned to Indiana six days after the plane He remained at Methodist Hos pital in Indianapolis Saturday He is listed in satisfactory according to Barbara hospital Hes doing quite This is one lucky she will likely receive skin grafts on his hands and arms because of seconddegree burns Although his forehead is covered with a burn on his face resembles a mere sun Stone Hell be laughing and she and then hell be When he sees a new per he gets very The sevenyear resident of Kokomo was aboard a DC9 jet which crashed during a rainstorm July Thirtyseven of the 57 peo ple on board died in the Please see PA8 Heights parcel maybe annexed Taylor trustee voices opposition ByJEFFPARROTT Tribune staff writer An ordinance that would annex an area of Indian Heights to the city of to be acted oh Monday has Taylor TownL ship Trustee Janet Raisor Every time we get some con struction that would help boost our tax the city comes and eats it Raisor Im very upset to near thats She said the action is the citys latest attempt to expand its tax base at the expense of surround ing Dan and Nancy Wood have petitioned the Kokomo Commori Council to annex most of the southeast corner of 31 and Center They are permitted to do so under city ordinance because they own 51 per cent of fhe They are forced to so in order to hook up to city water and sewer Dan Wood adding hed prefer not to be of the Wood has subdivided a piece of property in the zoned busi and has it up for S The l9ts wouldnt be salablelf didnt hook up to city sewers W ood v Raisor said ordinance forcr ing property to be annexed in exchange for water and sewer service is unnecessary and unfair to townships such as When new land in the township for com mercial or residential Taylor Township homeowners should see their property taxes shrink a she the tax the lower the those in the city end up with the tax If the area at Center Road and 31 is it will shift about million in property tax value from Taylor Township to Raisor Jeff city director of urban development and said no one is forced to be annexed into the But they must sign a waiver to obtain a sewer tap in which they agree to either voluntarily petition to be annexed or to cooperate with any future attempts by the city to annex She Raisor has to look out for her and I have to see that the city will be able to grow when it provides these sewer and water Rudolph Thaf s the way weve got to do Its just a way to try and protect our Rudolph said that in the past the city extended water ana sewer services without requiring the waiver to be and it result ed in pockets of land that stifle the citys ability to At Monday nights Kokomo Common Council meeting at at City Tract 1 will be acted on owned entirely by will be subdi vided into as many as five lots for business It faces Center about a block east of Action on Tracts 3 and 4 will follow in subsequent readings of the Inside Classified News of ;

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