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Hubbard News (Newspaper) - February 27, 1991, Hubbard, Ohio 12 applicants Are bidding for police chief s position Hubbard twp. A twelve splice tons for the position of police Hief have been received by the Nis tees who sent release forms to in applicants in preparation for Bervie is. Trustee chairman Fred Hanley Aid the township will take its time to 111 the vacancy which became open Rith the resignation of former chief Howard Bradley on Jan. I. Hanley said it May take As Long As four to six weeks to name a replacement. Five of the applications Are from current members of the township police Force. They include full time officers Rick Walls Kenneth Miller and Michael Begeot. Part time officers James Baxter and James Miller have also applied for the crop walk Marge Harry right area coordinator presents a Check for $1,718.25 to Louise Merwin treasurer of Hubbard christians in action As a share of the $8,898 collected in the Hubbard crop walk Campaign. The amount of the Check was Given to the food assistance Center with the remaining amount going to Church world service for its work in combating world hunger. Hubbard crop walk has raised 7, for the food assistance Center during the past five years. This years crop walk will be held oct. 13. Photo by Jim Alexander position. Applicants outside the department include Ralph Lambert of Mcdonald Thomas Degenova of Youngstown Joseph Bonace of Youngstown John Violi of Hubbard township Frank Bigowsky or Girard Jesse Rifleman of Struthers and Holly Smith of Duluth a. Consultant on Asbestos selected by Melanie Gifford correspondent Hubbard safety dynamics of ii Bellville was named abatement management consultants for the state Asbestos Grant project in the school system. The firm will prepare specifications for the three projects included in the state Grant and will oversee the project at a Cost of $43 too. Safety dynamics representatives will be on the site every Day As the projects get underway. Schools superintendent Carl Morell said the firm is an environmental expert and Felt that was especially important with students in the building during work. Morell has said he would like to begin work at the High school auditorium As soon As possible since it is in an isolated spot and can be sealed off while school is still in session. Board member James Kerrigan said he spoke with environmental Protection Agency representatives in Youngstown and was told that it was an absolute must the consultants be on the Job site every Day. See Asbestos Page 3 by Melanie Gifford correspondent Hubbard the Board of education will make another attempt to have a one year three Mill improvements Levy on the May 7 ballot according to a decision made last week. The decision to place the Levy before voters was passed 4 to i with member Robert de Julio again voting no i the Issue. A a in la support a Levy in november but not in May a said Dejulio a we have to give people a reason to vote Board president Ray Wells countered that the school District is a $24 million investment. A we have to support and protect that investment Quot said Wells. A no matter what we do people will find a reason to vote no a continued Wells. Quot the Only voice people have for taxation is through the school schools superintendent Carl Morell noted the Cost per precinct will be shared with the township in township areas due to the upcoming township police Levy. He was unsure of the Cost in City precincts at the present time depending upon what ballots will be on the May primary. Dejulio asked How Many of the necessary repairs to doors in the system could have been done with the $9,000 used to place the Levy on the special february ballot. A not Many a said Morell. New doors at the High school carry a Price tag of $169,200, Morell noted. Board member dutch Keenan said he Felt it was not enough millage. A there Are three buckets in the cafeteria for the roof on this building a said Keenan. Keenan Felt the Board should do something about getting people out to vote. A for All the registered voters i can to believe More Are not getting out to vote. We have to do something about tills a he said. Dejulio said levies have consistently failed by 60 percent. Quot before another Levy is placed on the ballot we have to address that 60 percent a he said. A we need to be building Bridges. I done to know what will change in three months. A Board member Nicholas Modarelli said he did no to know what else could have been done. He noted the formation of the a a watchdog committee the one year period and specifying exactly How monies generated by a Levy would be spent. A a it a the Only source we have for income a Modarelli said of the Levy attempts. A things Arentt going to repair themselves. They re Only getting worse. We have to keep putting it on. Not enough help Dejulio also Felt there is not enough help coming from state government. A when was the last time a state representative was at a meeting. They should be in Contact with the District a said Dejulio. Morell said he is not pleased with state governments handling of education. But he noted that Short term problems such As building improvements must be handled at King and Queen reigning Over the Hubbard High school Winter Homecoming activities feb. 15 were Queen Stephanie Sakonyi and King Larry herrholtz who were crowned during halftime of the basketball game Between Hubbard and Howland. Photo by Jim Alexander the local level. Morell said however that Long term problems such As state mandates to be implemented at local Levels with no Means of funding such mandates should be addressed. Morell said he would recommend the District become involved in the present lawsuit other districts have filed against the state. A if All 612 of us throw our keys on the Lawn in Columbus pay attention a said Morell. A sometimes i feel maybe it is a hopeless Case a said Board member Jim Kerrigan. A but we have people who do vote yes. We need about 300 More to pass a Modarelli suggested Dejulio chair a meeting to look into fund raisers As a Means to fund the permanent improvements. Dejulio had suggested such a move at pervious meetings. Dejulio accepted and said he had a lot of ideas in mind involving the whole school system and Public relations. He said that includes making productions such As a play or Talent shows. A there Are All kinds of things you can do on that line a said Dejulio. Tenebrae service planned Hubbard a the tenebrae is an ancient Christian service portraying the death of Jesus on the Cross and his burial. Hubbard christians in action Are sponsoring a Community service based on the tenebrae in St. Patrick Church on Friday March 28, at 7 30 . The service will include scripture and music and the telling of the passion of the lord. Twelve candles and a Christ Candle will be used for the service. Scripture will be read and the candles will be extinguished one by one until Only the Christ Candle remains. The last Candle is then removed symbolizing the death of Christ. Street sweeping to continue Hubbard weather permitting the Hubbard Street department will continue sweeping the City streets. Street superintendent Jerry Campana said any person wishing to have Street sweepings should Call the department at 534-6279. However he said the residents Are responsible to spread the sweepings. Inside birthdays Page 2 Calendar Page 2 classified pages 13-15 Day by Day a Page 2 obituaries pages 9, 12 sports pages to 11 Mwaba delivered free to every Home in Hubbard sixty fourth year no. I Hubbard Ohio wednesday february 27, 1991 50 Hubbard a total of 13 candidates filed for to positions in the Democrat primary May 7. The filing deadline for the primary was last thursday and Only three of the positions Are being contested in the Democrat primary. No republicans filed for any of the positions. Independent candidates have until May 6 to file so it wont be known until then whether the unopposed Democrat candidates or the winners in the contested races will have opposition in the november general election. Allio incumbent candidates filed for new terms with Only third Ward councilman Walter d. Angelo 519 Grace ave., and fourth Ward councilman Richard d. Keenan 331 Moore St., plus the three councilmen at Large being opposed. Keenan won his seat two years ago As an Independent. In addition to incumbents George p. Praznik 134 Buckeye drive Robert r. Dejulio 185 Maple i Eaf drive and Joseph s. Carano 698 Burdie drive seeking a councilman at Large seat is Douglas l. Rohrer 132 s. Main St., who was also a candidate for the same seat two years ago but failed in his bid. Angelo is being challenged by Lidia Palumbo 130 Stewart in the third Ward while Keenan is facing opposition from Phil o. Ladigo 1072 Waugh drive in the fourth Ward race. First Ward councilman Thomas j. Bolchalk 308 Elmwood drive and second Ward councilman John d. Darko 459 Windemere drive Are both unopposed in the primary. Also unopposed in the primary Are mayor Albert j. Sauline 525 Dorchester drive Law director Kenneth h. Inskeep 124 Tulip drive and Council president Andrew t. Tucciarone 303 Stewart ave. Voters in Hubbard City will also be voting on a 3-Mill, one year school improvements Levy while Hubbard township voters will be voting on both the school Levy and a 2.25-Mill additional police Levy. Board decides school Levy will appear on May ballot enjoying the Snow Only three seats contested 13 democrats file for City positions three ways of using a sliding dish to enjoy the recent heavy snowfall which blanketed the area last week saw four year old Joey Pospisil travel on his stomach above while his father Edward kept a close watch on the youngster. Below left Young Joey used the sitting Down method and Bottom right he and his Fatiuk teamed up to enjoy a trip Down the slope. Photos by Jim Alexander

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