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Hubbard News (Newspaper) - May 30, 1990, Hubbard, Ohio Do7tu m or in i faces Challenge i insides today s hews i see Page 2 free to every Home in Hubbard sixty third year no. 14 Hubbard Ohio wednesday May 30 1990 newsstand jul Price Stratton is commencement speaker Robek love head Hubbard graduating class of 1990 Hubbard a commencement exercises for the Hubbard High school class of 1990 will be held sunday june 3 at 2 30 . In the Hubbard High school stadium weather permitting. Hubbard High school graduate Albert Stratton Smelko will be the commencement speaker. Stratton a 1955 graduate of Hubbard attended Youngstown state University Ohio University and Florida state University earning a Bachelor of Fine arts master of Fine Complete list tit Hubbard High school graduates appears on Page 4 of this weeks Hubbard news arts and . Degrees. He has served As a University professor and playwright but primarily has been an actor on the stages of repertory off Broadway and Broadway theatres. He has starred for Many years on daytime and prime time television and has been in More than 75 commercials. He can presently be seen As Erie Kane on abcs a All my Stratton is the fourth Hubbard High graduate to return to his Alma mater As commencement speaker since the program was begun in 1987. Heading the 203 graduates in the class of 1990 will be valedictorian Michael Robek son of or. And mrs. Ronald Robek 3333 Lewis Seifert re. Salutatorian for the class of 1990 is Kimberly love daughter of or. And mrs. Richard l. Love 282 Westview ave. Class members chose Emerald Green and Silver As the class colors and the Ebony Rose As the class Flower. The class motto is Quot the past is but a beginning of a beginning and All that is and has been is but the Twilight of Terrance Deak son of or. And mrs. Martin Deak 305 Franklin ave., is president of the class of 1990. Baccalaureate services were held sunday May 27 in St. Patrick Church. Kimberly love salutatorian to study police finances Hubbard twp. The township trustees will hold a closed personnel meeting May 30 at 5 . To discuss the financial problems facing the township police department. Patrolmen dispatchers their Union representative and township attorney Mark finnamore Are expected to attend. At a work session held last week the Board discussed the possibility of contracting out for dispatching services. In april the City of Hubbard replied to a request by the township by submitting an approximate figure of $44,000 per year to provide the service. Mayor Al Sauline or. Said the Price reflected Wear and tear on equipment compensation for employees and a profit for the City. The Trumbull county sheriffs department replied with a figure of $25,999 per year to contract the dispatching including the hiring of see police Page 3 new Light an overhead crosswalk Light on West Liberty Street was recently installed by the City to assist left turn Drivers and pedestrians wishing to go to the Hubbard Public Library. From left Are police chief Raymond Moffitt safety director Bob Greer and mayor Albert j. Sauline or. Photo by Jim Alexander improvements Levy approved for ballot by Melanie Gifford correspondent Hubbard a voters will again be asked to approve a five year 2-Mill permanent improvements Levy for the Hubbard schools at the nov. 6 general election. At their meeting May 21 Board of education members voted to place the Issue on the ballot once again. A similar Levy was Defeated by 480 votes at the May 8 primary election. Quot basically we just passed the Resolution to place it on the ballot a school treasurer Greg Slemons said but he noted there was some discussion of holding a Public forum at a future Date so the Board May hear both positive and negative input from residents. In Honor of Hubbard s participation in the right to read week program the school system received a state award for its involvement. Assistant superintendent Carl Morell explained that out of 616 programs submitted for review to the state. Hubbard was one of about 22u to receive the award. In other action the Board accepted the resignation of Jacqueline Susor As assistant treasurer As of May 21. They approved a contract to hire Holly l. Janusko for the position effective june 5, through june 30, 1992, at $19,800. The hiring of Jon Kalic As the permanent substitute water safety instructor As of May i through the end of the school year was also approved. At $4.25 per hour. Other personnel approved for the 1990 summer swim program included Shane Elbel Bob Faulkes Jeannette Flinn Adrienne Frangakis Robecca Spangler and Anita Wasko As lifeguards Todd Washington As evening supervising lifeguard Susan Sandberg As daytime Secretary and Vicki Murray As evening Secretary. The hiring of Mary Jane Price As a braille consultant for the 1990-91 school year was approved As a purchased service at $10.50 per hour. Approval of supplemental contracts for the 1990-91 school year included Dawn Shaffer varsity cheerleader advisor Catherine Trigg 7th and 8th Grade cheerleader advisor Fred Amaua varsity boys soccer Ray in gang varsity girls soccer. Due to participation in the Trumbull a league replacement of girls Tennis at the High school for 1990-91. And girls Golf for 1991-92, with girls volleyball was approved Reed Middle school principal Geno Buonamici reported students had High average achievement with outstanding results in science Reading and social studies on the Stanford achievement tests. Eighth and sixth Grade students were Given the tests in september 1989. Science scores were exceptional Reading scores very High and math scores have shown a significant improvement Over recent years Buonarnici explained. A a birthdays Page 2 Calendar Page 6 a editorial Page 2 editor s Corner Page 2 letters Page 2 a marketplace pcs. B-5 b-7 i a obituaries Page b 8 society Page 5 sports Page b i top Fork Page b 4 Council approves land Purchase by Melanie Gifford correspondent Hubbard a City Council approved necessary legislation to acquire two parcels of land and easements to facilitate the implementation of the Westview Parish project. Mayor Al Sauline or. Said after the City has acquired the land the project will be let for bids. Funded primarily with state Issue 2 monies the project will alleviate flooding problems in the area. In other action Council approved a to year too percent tax abatement of personal property taxes to Federal wholesale co. The company plans an expansion of their present facility Sauline said which will a a bring in More i ast year an Effort involving the state county and City convinced the firm to remain at its present location. A it was quite an accomplishment for everyone a Sauline said. The tax abatement is for Quot retention and expansion a he explained. An abatement was also approved for i Ark i and co., which plans a shopping Plaza near its present location on North main Street. It will also provide additional jobs for the area. The terms Are too percent for five years decreasing to to percent by the loth year. Council authorized the Board of control to enter into a contract with . To conduct the Spring cleanup within the City. Not to exceed a Cost of $22,000, . Plans to Complete the cleanup in two Days. The Board of control was also authorized to advertise for bids for an addition to the fire station. At the present time there is inadequate space for the department to operate efficiently. Mayor says Community a looked Good As a result of meeting with Quayle township trustees Helen Dubyak and Fred Hanley were in attendance at the meeting to elect a cemetery Board member to replace the position vacated by councilman Robert de Julio. Councilman John Darko was unanimously elected to the four year term by Council members and the township trustees. Trustee John Choppa was unable to attend the see Council page3 by Melanie Gifford correspondent Hubbard a mayor Al Sauline or. Said he was disappointed when four other area Democrat mayors backed out of a meeting last week with vice president Dan Quayle and Republican gubernatorial candidate George v. Voinovich a but everyone a accountable for their own actions a he said. Sauline said nine area mayors met a month or two ago and mutually agreed on the session with Voinovich. To Back out the night before was a bit unreasonable Sauline said. A i truly believe once you take the oath of office you have a duty to the people who elected you a Sauline said. A if you do the Job you la get Quot our Community came off looking Good by being there a the mayor said. He Felt the meeting went very Well noting that All five mayors present agreed the proposed $30 million Hubbard expressway project was a priority for the Region. Both Quayle and Voinovich were impressed Sauline said by the fact the mayors could focus on one major project rather than strictly on individual concerns. A Voinovich promised if that a our number one priority then we have his backing a Sauline said. Issue 2 monies other concerns addressed by Voinovich included state Issue 2 monies. Sauline said Voinovich feels a we know what we need better than waiting for approval on local projects from the state capital is something Voinovich would like to change the mayor said. Voinovich said he would not impose state mandated programs if there is no available funding to do so Sauline said. A it was very encouraging a the see mayor Page 3 seek specs on it. Everett project by Melanie Gifford correspondent Hubbard twp. Township trustees requested at their May 22 meeting to have the Trumbull county Engineer prepare specifications for the it. Everett Road surfacing project in order to advertise for bids. State Issue 2 funds will finance the major share of the project. Trustee Fred Hanley informed the Board that submittal for round three of Issue 2 monies has been delayed a month to november 1990. Funding for the District has been increased five percent making $1.5 million available. The Gas tax monies have also been increased by 40 percent. Grants will be awarded in february and March 1991. The trustees agreed to Purchase a new Ford tractor and Mower for $19,900 on a five year lease at $4,575.53 per year according to specifications. The Road program for 1990 has been prepared for bids it includes Chip and tar on areas of Collar Price Road Woodbine it Everett Orchard Fairlawn and Shadyside areas of station Street Mahoning Thornton and Pound Road Are to receive Blacktop on aprons Only. Portions of Rose View Connelly and Pine Grove Are set for Asphalt. Oakmont will be reviewed for Road work according to assessment. Use of the township administration building was granted to the Trumbull county veterinary association for a rabies clinic to be held on june 13 from 2 to 4 . Hanley said an answer to a request from de Mann at the last meeting concerning Asbestos in water pipes in the township had been received from Shenango Valley water. The company stated no Asbestos material had been used in any of its distribution pipes and it conducts a routine Flushing of lines in the Spring and fall he has not yet received a reply from the Trumbull water commission in Warren. Zoning inspector Eli Moga reported he has received la requests for building permits to Date in May. He predicted a very Good building program for june july and August. A the reason people give for wanting to come into the township Are our schools a he said concerning a recent problem at the Conrail crossing on route 304 when traffic was tied up for two hours and to minutes police chief Howard Bradley said he had received an see seek pages Quayle visits a vice president l a Quayle left Aud Republican gubernatorial candidate George Voinovich visited Youngstown last week and met with live area mayors. Although the visit raised accusations of political chicanery the mayors who attended said they were simply eager to open up the idles of communication with the vice president Aud the Man who May be elected governor. Photo by Jim flick Michael Robek valedictorian

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