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Dover New Philadelphia Times Reporter (Newspaper) - March 30, 2015, Dover-New Philadelphia, Ohio Today tue wed amp la 52/36 57730� 59739� Complete forecast Page a-2easter desserts with a lighter touch food. Page a 7 $1 in store monday March 30, 2015 a a. Kyd Al t is u i a sold Quot a a. V up i a. / a times reporter Jim Cummings a Infinity representatives Mike Miller left and Aaron Shanklin sold the old super Kmart property in new Philadelphia to Menard inc. Closing on the property took place last week. The Complex Deal took about 14 months to finalize. Infinity representatives team sold super Kmart to menards with More deals expected to follow by Alex Knisely times reporter staff writer new Philadelphia Mike Miller and Aaron Shanklin met playing a round of Golf at Oak shadows. Somewhere Between holes the two men became business partners and launched a local real estate Agency. Eight years ago Miller and Shanklin formed Infinity representatives at 128 fair ave. In new Philadelphia. Their full service real estate company went on to become the Agency that recently closed the Deal on the former super Kmart building Selling it to Menard inc. Inside a a lengthy process closing on the property took place last week after the Complex Deal took about 14 months to finalize according to Miller. While the deed for the property has not yet been filed locally officials with menards confirmed that the company has purchased the lot. A yes we purchased the property a Community reinvestment area program for new Philadelphia awaits state approval. Page a-4 located at fill Bluebell drive new in new Philadelphia a menards spokesman Jeff Abbott wrote in an email. A although it s still Ven Early in the process if All goes As planned we Hope to build a new menards Home improvement store on this site some Day in the future although no official timeline has been Infinity representatives managed the property for five years. See Deal a 4 Why it matters Menard inc. Will bring 120 jobs to the area in addition to ridding new Philadelphia of the dilapidated former super Kmart building on Bluebell drive new. Bringing a new business to the area is expected to Spur further economic develop ment in the w High Avenue corridor. Blighted Homes coming Down work expected to Start today a in Dennison by Alex Knisely times reporter staff Witter Dennison Village officials arc taking matters into their own hands when it comes to cleaning up eyesores. At a recent meeting Council approved hiring Desantis enterprises of Canton to demolish two blighted Homes for $7,500 apiece. The structures at fish n. First St. And fish n. Second St., Are anticipated to he excavated in the coming Days weather permitting. Mayor rim still explained that in the past the Village used Grunt dollars from the moving Ohio Forward program to remove eyesore Homes from the area. Since that program no longer is funded by the state still explained a a we re moving Forward on our of a a it a kind of the Pigeon Motel around that neighbourhood. It needs to come Down for health Dennison mayor Tim is ill of vacant Home to be demolished on n. Second Street according to the Ohio attorney generals office the moving Ohio Forward program helped to remove 12,000 rum town or abandoned Homes in All of Ohio s is counties. In Dennison the program helped to remove six dilapidated Homes in the last few years. A seventh Home was set to he demolished but was taken by a buyer. Still estimated that nearly 20 ramshackle Homes in Tuscarawas county were removed w Ith moving Ohio Forward dollars. A i wish the state would have kept that program a still added. A ill really worked out. The Home on n. Second Street has been vacant since its owner left the area a few years ago. Village officials Are addressing the Home to avoid health hazards. See blighted a i e2seb1mmi sunday s Reader poll has your vehicle been damaged by potholes yes 20% no 12% not yet 68% a or total 138 today a Reader poll do you read or follow Horoscope advice a visit to submit your answer. Death notices Lovina a Beachy John p. Cinson Janet Virginia Gasser Johnson Charles r. Parrish Glenda r. Karnser John Rock Gary Allen Rose a full obituaries Page a-4 you Tell us Send us your signs of Spring it looks As if the worst of the cold weather is behind us and we re optimistic pleasant Days Are ahead. We Are looking for your signs of Spring photographs Tor our next Community Corner project. Grab your i camera and snap a j picture. Email mpg y images to share time reporter com or to Community interactive editor Joe Wright at . Remember to include information about the photo and let us know who took the photo along with their Hometown. Rising truck traffic brings problems by Rick Rouan the Columbus dispatch Cadiz the warning signs and convoys of Semi trucks have become part of the landscape in Eastern Ohio a shale country w Here a drilling surge has brought More big rigs to Rural roads. A Oil and Gas truck traffic the Orange placards and the trucks they portend might be the clearest sign yet of the dual role locals say the regions Oil and Gas Industry has assumed As both economic engine and potential danger for Drivers sharing winding two Lane roads with 18-wheelers. Those trucks haul Stone heavy equipment used to build Well pads drilling rigs and other materials. And Tanker trucks Are transporting water needed in the Hydraulic fracturing process and the tracking Wastewater that Hows Back up from the Wells. A its been an economic Boon for our county Quot said Dale Norris a Harrison count a commissioner. A its got its Good and its among the bad a recent uptick in the number of crashes involving Semi trucks in Eastern Ohio counties and Only online the latest editorial car Toons gallery has been posted to our website. See How cartoonists put their spins on today s hot topics. Let our experience help you with your retirement income.  330-33shss8& Soh ant ,1 sure cow swi i Scott i built it i Tlush faster Wear anti tear Onset because of the heavier traffic on roads. State and local officials say the drilling companies have done their part to help. They Host safety meetings for trucking companies and meet state requirements for building and maintaining roads that can handle trucks. Sei trucks a j classifieds b 6 lottery a a a comic s b 4,5 nation a-5. 6 food. 4-7 obituaries. A4 f i. A sports pm to 3 our 112th year. No. 259 for delivery or Billing questions Call customer service Tott Freo 800-686 6577 local 330 364 838/ Gatehouse Media inc Zois 5415300 of

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