Ashtabula Star Beacon, January 10, 2007

Ashtabula Star Beacon

January 10, 2007

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Star Beacon (Newspaper) - January 10, 2007, Ashtabula, Ohio BULA COMPANY TO PAY FOR POLLUTION PAGE A3 STAR WEDNESDAY JANUARY 10 2007 BEACON NEWSSTAND 50 CENTS HOME DELIVERY 35 CENTS CURRENTS Mashed Potatom Slaw ft I Btecutt No Substitutions Mud Mot Order Only 1746 W Ashtabula 44O 99813OO Rest in peace VMS cassette Nationally the DVD overtook the VHS cassette three years ago but in Ashtabula County consumers still like their tapes if the price is right PA6EB1 COMICS Let the Star Beacon know what you think of LIO Email your opinions to or mail them to PO Box 2100 Ashtabula OH 440052100 PAGEC7 DEATHS AUTUNEZ Marian J BAKER Bernard J Sr BULLARD Richard J DULAI Mark J McNISH Richard P PAWLOWSKI Henry THOMPSON Terry A PAGCA6 ClassifiedsD1 ComicsC6 C7 CurrentsB1 EntertainmentB3 OpinionA4 PuzzledB4 SportsC1 Snow Showers Details Page A2 High 27 Low 26 Sunrise am Sunset Opm SUPPORT OUR TROOPS Bacon Eggs Toast Kardohelys Restaurant To have the Star Beacon delivered to your house call 9943242 11 MORE TROOPS OFF TO IRAQ PLAN AT A GLANCE ASSOCIATED PRESS BIG SPEECH President Bushs war plan to be unveiled in his address at 9 pm EST Wednesday will send the first of up to 20000 additional US troops to Iraq by the end of the month GIVE AND TAKE Bushwill probably link the increase to com mitments of troops and reconstruction fupcfef rdm the Iraqrjiovemment CJLOCK WQRK Themili tary is expected to accomplish the increase by speed ing up its deploy ment timetable and keeping some troops in Iraq past the dates they were supposed to leave Associated Press FORT CAMPBELL soldier David Peveto says he is very interested in what President Bush has to say about the war in Iraq as he eats breakfast in Fort Campbell Ky Tuesday Peveto says he supports additional troops if it is necessary to accomplish the mission First new wave will go by end of month By LOLITA C BALDOR Associated Press WASHINGTON The first of up to 20000 additional US troops will move into Iraq by months end under President Bushs new war plan a senior defense official said Tuesday House Speaker Nancy Pelosi pledged to hold a vote on the increase which many Democrats oppose Details of a gradual military buildup emerged a day before Bushs planned speech Troops to increase in Iraq by end of month President Bush is expected to announce Wednesday an increase of up to 20000 additional US soldiers being sent to Iraq 140000 Nov 30 2003 2004 US troop levels In Iraq since May 2003 2005 2006 SOURCE Brookings Institution to the nation in which he also will propose a bit over billion to shore up the countrys bat tered economy and cre ate jobs said a second US official Bush is expected to urge friendly Mideast countries to increase their aid to Iraq but will ignore the recommenda tion of the bipartisan See IRAQ Page A7 EPA fines Waste Management for Geneva Twp violations Penalty comes after unlawful disposal of paint filters By MARGIE TRAX PAGE Staff Writer mtrax com GENEVA TOWNSHIP USA Waste Geneva Landfill Inc a Waste Management Inc sub sidiary will pay for environmental viola tions at the Tuttle Road facility the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency reports The penalty is the result of several environ mental violations that occurred between March 2000 and June 2005 The most serious violation involved the receipt of 12 loads of hazardous paint Family that lives 1000 feet from landfill says stench gases a problem By MARGIE TRAX PAGE Staff Writer GENEVA TOWN SHIP When Jan Moeller stahds at her kitchensink to wash she can see truck lifter truck dumping garbage into the Geneva landfill Jan and her hus band Gene Mpeller See LANDFILL Page A6 filters during four months in 2002 See EPA Page A6 Battle brewing between council and owner of Edens Apple By SHELLEY TERRY Staff Writer ASHTABULA The owner of an adult enter tainment business upset after council formally objected to his request to allow serving of liquor until am at his Tannery Hill Road estab lishment plans to get to the core of the matter next Tuesday night Gabe Gullia the owner of Edens Apple said hes a businessman trying to do his part to provide jobs for the unemployed of Ashtabula I doubt council sees what I see here every day I look into the eyes of the young adults in Ashtabula most of them solely concerned with how theyre going to pay the rent this month how theyre going to feed their kids buy school See BATTLE Page A7 County accepting resumes of administrator candidates By DORIS COOK Staff Writer JEFFERSON Ashtabula County com missioners are accepting resumes to fill the county administrator vacancy after the departure last month of Joe Pedro Pedro retired in late December after holding the position for over a decade Until Pedros replace ment is hired James Hardin the countys budget contract coordinator is doing dou ble duty Commissioners board president Robert Boggs said Tuesday the commis sioners so far have received resumes from 11 candidates which are being reviewed The coun ty has been advertising the position in area news See RESUMES Page A7 Court considering dispute over DUI testing standards By JOHN MCCARTHY Associated Press COLUMBUS The Ohio Supreme Court will decide whether police officers are allowed to stray from court rules when giving roadside sobriety tests to suspect ed drunken drivers The case justices heard Tuesday challenges a 2002 law that loosened the standards for when the tests can be used as evidence at trials The tests commonly See DUI Page A7 Friday your ftckefctoday 440 9643396 ;