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Xenia Gazette News Current (Newspaper) - January 29, 2010, Xenia, Ohio
A we have an outdated ordinance that i feel our City Council feels a basketball compelled to uphold even though it in t being enforced a a a Quot hos Stria l in on 0hc Mike Coons Xenia resident Amateur radio operator Friday january 29, 2010 vol 3 no 12 75 cents single copy $2.20/wk. Home delivered Xenia a Beavercreek Jamestown a Cedarville a yellow Springs a Spring Valley a Bellbrook a Wilberforce today forecast Cloudy High of 20� weather 14a Xenia City Council votes try against Antenna Appeal Kay Lynch Davis local adapted physical education instructor Kay Lynch Dovis has been selected As Winner of Ohio s adapted physical education teacher of the year award. This award was Given by Ohio association of health physical education recreation and dance Oah Perd. Ray has taught adapted physical education for the past 20 years. She provides services to Over 90 students Ages 3-22, in the Cedar Cliff Beavercreek and yellow Springs school districts. Ray is employed by the Greene county educational service Center an Agency that provides educational services to school districts throughout Greene county. She has also taught at Wright state University. Ray makes sure that every student in her class is offered the Opportunity to explore their abilities in an enriched physical education program. She is very sensitive to her student s individual learning styles communication needs and abilities. Ray sets up programs to allow peer helpers to assist children with disabilities in her class. She collaborates with the physical education teachers on her students thus giving her visibility into other students who May be struggling with the physical education curriculum. Ray demonstrates exceptional Talent in designing modifying and adapting the learning environment and activities for her students with disabilities for More of this Story see saturday s Page 4a. To suggest a noteworthy candidate email Don t miss these stories. A business the Low Down on Gold. In 2008, the value of Gold As a commodity Rose to new Heights and the Price has been above $1,000 per ounce for the last five months Page 10a it a a amp i concert. Bob Ford will perform o Benefit concert for the Xenia area Community theater on feb. 13, 2010 at 7 30 in the Kettering health network theater at 45 e. Second Street in Xenia. Paqel2a> deaths a Joseph Quot Joe Quot Anthony Withrow 73, Xenia a Glenn j. Thompson 88, Wilmington a Ruby m. Stewart 97, Beavercreek a Kenneth Ray Wisecup 47, Xenia Page 6a a a so years ago in Greene county Jon. 29, 1960 at a called meeting members of the retail division of the Xenia area chamber of Commerce voted to drop monday night store hours at Many Xenia stores online a what did you want Obama to say Dunn the 2010 state of Union address7 vote in our online poll in Index business.10a classifieds.8a-10a county Region state 2a lifestyle.12a13a lottery.4a opinion.5a record.6a sports.3b-5b nation/world.14a weather.14a coming tomorrow a to amp More lady gaga is a nominee of the 52nd annual grammy awards sunday on lbs. A inside saturday s edition look who s hiring. A family Bridges assist seniors in their Homes. See of Page 8a a a Why pay Moro save More than $80 a year and enjoy the convenience of Home delivery Coll 372-4444, ext. 144 a a big thank Yow to to by Aaron Larson stall writer Larson a bed Bath amp beyond target of shoplifters by Aaron Larson Start writer Larson or Beavercreek a two men shoplifted Over be xxx in merchandise from a bed Bath amp beyond Iii Beavercreek on wednesday. Jan. 27 before fleeing the scene. According to sgt. Jim Wuebben at approximately 3 20 . The two men tilled a shopping cart with vacuum cleaners and attempted to walk out of the 2720towne drive location. Eyewitnesses said that the manager entered into a Brief struggle with the suspects before they see store Page 3a a a Beavercreek . Receives donation by Shayla Henderson contributing writer shayluh4l2 a Beavercreek a the Beavercreek police department accepted a donation from Wal Mart last monday. Jan. 25. The donation was accepted by sgt. Ted Mcfadden and citizens on preventive patrol president Cindy Wetzel from Wal Mart assistant manager Brian Jackson. According to the press release issued by sgt. Jim Wuebben Wal Mart has a history of donating Money to civic organizations to use As needed. A Wal Mart has donated to the Beavercreek see donation Page 3a it Charles Caperton Greene county dallies Homeowner Mike Coons looks for the Green Light from Xenia City Council to keep his radio station Antenna Tower at his Home in Wright Cycle estates. Xenia a Xenia City Council decided not to Appeal the Xenia planning and zoning commission s decision to not award a minor modification to a local Many a property to allow an Amateur radio Antenna built us it close to neighbouring property. Zoning requirements under Section 1294.12 d of Xenia s zoning ordinances say that an Amateur radio Tower must be constructed at least the towers height away from the nearest property line. Mike Coons of 2153 Schwinn Avenue built his first Amateur radio Tower which consists of a 25-foot Tower with a 26-foot Antenna Only five feet away from the nearest property line. W Hen a neighbor brought the violation to the attention of the zoning enforcement officer it was discovered that Coons had never filed for a permit granting him permission to construct the Tower. On nov. 5. 2009, the planning and zoning commission denied Coons request for a minor see Council Page 3a it its tax season Charles Copelton Gene county dailies Jackson Hewitt tax service located at 60 Xenia Towne Square is now open for business. Xenia City officials attended a ribbon cutting for new location thursday. Pictured above left to right Are Steve Mays manager Marsha Bayless Xenia City mayor Takara Bennett owner and an identified person. They Cut the ceremonial Xenia chamber of Commerce ribbon. Takara Bennett left talks with o client at the new location
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