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Granville Sentinel (Newspaper) - April 5, 1990, Granville, Ohio Home and six Axon i Polemeni Page. 6-11 of. Lout up a Ted-aruu6\eakfiut in you Homo exotic Tai amp Sci. An Gaul Golden 1/iacjhfaad Texi Dawl six slut a total of amp a tent to the it a i Granville Public Library 217 e. Broadway Granville Ohio 43023 i cd z z v let n let Ltd of re cd a it o Cost co Ranville Sentinel vol. 20, no. 42thursday, april 5,1990 351petition submitted to put Bline decision on the ballot by Angus map fail a pc Itoi sighed by Over 300 township residents calling for a referendum on a reaming proposal from John and maty Bline was submitted to the township trustees last wednesday. The proposed subdivision had received considerable opposition during its application process and was recently Given the go ahead by the trustees when they voted two to one in favor of the rezoning. Many of the signatures on the petition were from neighbors of the 22-acre property on Silver Street and route 37, but residents throughout the township were also Well represented. Although the petition Only puts the referendum on the november ballot the number of signatures and the Speed with which they were gathered May be indicative of considerable opposition to development of the property. The trustees delivered the petition of the county Board of elections which then assumed responsibility for verification. Each Signaller must be a resident who has voted in a local election in the last four years. Approved Bodge by unanimous Vole the trustees approved the 1990 budget including expenditures of Over $1,500,000. The unusually Large amount is due to a $571,623.59 insurance settlement awarded the township in recompense for the opera House which burned Down in 1982. This sum is expected to earn an additional $36,000by years end. A committee of township residents is currently looking into uses for the Windfall. Without the opera House settlement the 1990 budget is slightly less than actual expenditures for 1989, which totalled $1,050,798.43. Other business trustees passed a motion to ask the county to impose Load limits reduce speeds and repair damage at state Cost on township roads affected by this Summers construe. Lion. It was the trustees feeling that some roads designated detours would receive an inordinate amount of Wear and tear. In #1 w counting Only the sunny hours which have been few and far Between lately. Lies a Hurwitz photo space seeds. Elementary school principal James Knapp helps students water their newly planted Tomato seeds. Sarah Robinson photo psf. A min a i a budding scientists in the Granville elementary school Are planting gardens to Experiment with Tomato seeds from space. During the Spring semester students in grades one through five will grow and Monitor space exposed seeds and Earth based seeds searching for differences caused by Long term exposure to cosmic radiation. Results gathered by the students will be forwarded to Nas a by june 15 As pan of a final National report elementary teacher Dan pal Lante started to follow the course of the project in 1984 and wrote Nasa last year for information on How to obtain the space seeds to do a comparative study. A it was easy to get the seeds. I completed the application and they sent us two packages of the seeds a or. Pallanto said. For nearly six years the seeds were exposed to the harsh environment and vacuum of space subjected to cosmic radiation temperature extremes and weightlessness. Students will be looking for possible mutations to the Tomato Plant such As changes in fruit size and color growth rate and Leaf Stem and stalk shapes and sizes. The space exposed Experiment development for students seeds was one of 57 experiments housed on a recently recovered 11-ton-Long exposure facility satellite. After a nearly six year voyage in space the Tomato seeds were rescued by the Crew of space shuttle Columbia on january 12, 1990. Seeds is a cooperative project Between Nasa and Park seed company Green Wood South Carolina offering to students a one of a kind hands on Experiment to study the effects of Long term space exposure on living tissue. Seeds has the potential to involve 4 million students and 40,000educators. A we should see some growth shortly and have fruit within a 72-Day period a or. Paulanie egg Hunt scheduled the Granville Jaycees will be holding the annual easier egg Hunt saturday april 14 starting at 11 30 . On the Lawn in front of Burke Hall on Deni cons slower Campus. Ages two to to Are invited to join in the Hunt prizes for everyone and everybody is invited to come and see the easter Plant seeds from outer space Here ;