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T.J. Lane Trial Change of Venue Request ‘Premature’ By Cassandra Shofar

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2012 West Geauga High School Homecoming Queen Kaeli Gallagher, right, gets a hug from last year's queen, Emily Gatautis, after being crowned during Friday night's game against Perry. The Wolverines beat the Pirates, 28-21.

Russell Zoning Officials Compose Land Use Survey By Diane Ryder During a lengthy session Thursday with consultants from The Cleveland State University College of Urban Affairs, the Russell Township Zoning Commission hammered out the details of a land use survey that they plan to send to township households next month. The 70-question survey basically follows a previous survey sent out in 1994. Townships solicit opinions of their residents periodically and use the collected data as they update their land use plans, which zoning commissions use as a major tool. The township hired three consultants from CSU’s Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs for about $22,000 to put together this year’s community survey. “We’ve reviewed your 1994 survey, made some changes, added some questions, and under your guidance, we’ll be removing some questions and putting it all in order,” said Kathy Hexter, director of the college’s community forum section. She told zoning commission member Donna Weiss Carson the survey’s initial appearance has a direct effect on whether a person will complete it. Weiss Carson said she thought the front page looked too much like an essay test. “It’s the biggest factor in the response rate,” Project Coordinator

Molly Schnoke said. “People get the surveys in the mail, typically at the end of the day when they come home. They open it, then put it aside on a pile of things to do.” Zoning commission member Ben Kotowski suggested giving residents the option of completing a mailed survey or filling it out on the Internet, but Schnoke said it would be difficult to prevent someone from submitting multiple responses to affect the data on a particular issue. “It would open up a whole other can of worms,” Hexter said. The survey is long and the commission doesn’t want to push people away, commission member Bruce Murphy pointed out. “I think it’s a question of what the township needs to know,” CSU program manager Kirby Date told the commission. Questions on the survey will cover a variety of topics, including commercial development, large lot zoning, oil and gas drilling, groundwater, well and septic systems, in-law suites and multigenerational dwellings, parks and recreation, noise, traffic, historic preservation, landscaping, architectural reviews and commute distances. “The longer the commute, the less likely someone will be interested in taking part in

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Geauga County Common Pleas Judge David Fuhry has deferred a defense request to transfer T.J. Lane’s aggravated murder trial from Geauga County, calling it “premature.” Lane, who turned 18 Wednesday, was moved from the Portage-Geauga Juvenile Detention Center in Ravenna to the county jail on Monday. His attorneys had argued Lane would be unable to obtain a “fair and impartial jury as a result of extensive and prejudicial media coverage and because of heightened community emotions as a result of the events, which form the basis of the charges herein.” The accused Chardon High

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School shooter, who opened fire Feb. 27 in the high school cafeteria, killing three students and wounding three others — paralyzing one from the chest down — faces three counts of

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Back Half of Chester Cemetery May be Cleared Yet This Year By Ann Wishart Although Chester Township Trustees did not discuss expansion of Chester Township

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Cemetery at last Wednesday’s meeting, they expect to dig into the project soon. Trustee Mike Joyce said after the meeting that once there is no danger that a protected species of bat will still be nesting in the trees at the cemetery, the township can advertise for bids to turn the acreage into more cemetery plots. The bid specification language may be ready for action at the next trustees meeting, he said. The cemetery project is on the “open projects” list on Thursday’s agenda. The long, narrow 13-acre

parcel at 1270 1 Chillicothe Road, south of Whiting Lane, is already established as a cemetery, with about half of the area dedicated to graves. The township has two other cemeteries, one on state Route 322 and another called Woodside, but neither is very active any more, Joyce said. Road Superintendent Rob Pealer said the back half of the cemetery consists of about six acres and has a number of hardwood trees on it. Part of the parcel is boggy and Pealer said the plan is to preserve the wetlands and work

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Dickinson: Regulated Fracking Safe; Brine Disposal a Danger By Ann Wishart Russell Township Trustee Jim Dickinson said Wednesday he has changed his mind about hydraulic fracking for oil and gas — but with reservations. “I just thought hydraulic fracking was evil incarnate,” he told fellow township officials and several residents in the audience. However, since attending a fracking forum on Sept. 13, he believes it can be done safely, Dickinson said.

Three area experts on geology and horizontal hydraulic fracturing for oil and gas spoke and answered questions at the forum at West Woods park in Russell Township. They explained the process and the regulations drilling companies have to follow on their quest for oil and gas in the Utica shale, believed to exist about a mile below the surface. Dickinson said Ohio Senate

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aggravated murder, two counts of attempted aggravated murder and one count of felonious assault. Lane’s defense attorney, Mark DeVan, said, “We have no comment at this time,� regarding Fuhry’s decision. Geauga County Prosecutor David Joyce also said Sept. 18 he had “no comment� on the ruling. The prosecution asserted no change of venue was warranted without first attempting to seat a jury and asked Fuhry to try to seat a jury before ruling on the defense request. The defense contended, however, any attempt to seat an impartial jury in Geauga County would be a vain act. However, on Sept. 14, Fuhry dismissed the defense claims, saying “the court does not agree that being exposed to such pretrial publicity necessarily and inexorably leads to an inference that those exposed to it cannot be fair, impartial and indifferent.� “It is premature for the court to transfer this case without attempting to seat a jury in Geauga County,� Fuhry

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with the contour of the land in laying out the plots. A consultant has been working with the township on the plan, he said. Pealer said there will be enough space for about 1,000 gravesites. “That should (take care of) us for the next 40 to 50 years,� Joyce said. Thursday’s meeting lasted about half an hour, at the end of which Joyce entertained questions from the audience. Resident Kurt Feigle asked about Ordinance 20 12-560, which trustees passed unanimously. They agreed to approve and

Land Use from page 1 community activities,� Kotowski said. Murphy said the survey should include a question about home-based businesses because they have grown in popularity and their definition has changed during the last decade with Internet usage.

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wrote in his ruling. “There is no clear and manifest showing that it would be a vain act to try to seat a jury.� In support of their motion, filed Aug. 17, Lane’s defense counsel submitted four volumes of evidence including newspaper articles, television broadcast transcriptions, sample “One Heartbeat� artifacts and photographs of approximately 1,200 memorials located within a 5-mile radius of the Geauga County Courthouse. They alleged the documents and photographs rendered it impossible for the court to protect Lane’s right to a fair and impartial jury in the county. Fuhry disagreed, finding the jury selection process provided the “best test� of whether prejudicial pretrial publicity would prevent Lane from receiving a fair trial. “The materials filed with four volumes of exhibits in large part demonstrate an ambiguity as to community sentiment which can only be resolved through voir dire,� he wrote. “On the one hand, much of the publicity could be attributed solely out of a grief over the loss of life involved in the incident, and not animosity toward the defendant. It could sign letters to two employees who each work for both the fire and road departments. If the employees fail to make a choice by Sept. 26, they will be terminated by the fire department, the ordinance read. Joyce said the employees would be notified Thursday and the union to which the two employees belong had already been informed of the likely passage of the ordinance. “It’s what the union agreed to,� Joyce said, adding the trustees haven’t signed the contract with the union because it hasn’t been returned by the union, yet. Resident Ron Cotman asked why trustees approved spending about $10,000 in three actions during the meeting. Fiscal Officer Mike Stark

Hexter said her team will work on formatting and submit a final draft to the zoning commission by next week. She said the surveys will be mailed out in early October, with a target date for responses by Nov. 2. “This will be a piece of knowledge about the community by which we can develop our land use plan,� Murphy said.

“It is premature for the court to transfer this case without attempting to seat a jury in Geauga County.� – Judge David Fuhry also be considered ‘adverse and prejudicial’ publicity if it’s affect on a prospective juror is such that the juror harbors a preconceived notion of guilt.� Voir dire is the questioning in court of prospective jurors by a judge or attorneys. The purpose of the examination is to determine whether any juror is biased or cannot deal with issues fairly, or if there is cause not to allow the juror to serve such as prior knowledge of any party or witness. Fuhry concluded, “Only voir dire can reveal if an impartial jury can be assembled.� The court has not set an actual trial date. Fuhry has scheduled an attorney conference in his chambers for 9 a.m. Sept. 25. Defense counsel also has until Oct. 1 to enter a plea of not guilty by reason of insanity. said he has been working with a county computer expert to set township personal up computers and install software, so the township can tie into the county computer system. It involved buying new computers for each township office and the charges for the hardware and software were applied to each area — such as the road department and town hall — in separate actions, Stark said. Feigle said he objected to the trustees’ new policy of only allowing residents to ask questions at the end of the meeting when all the action has already been taken. The change in the agenda was formulated to stop a handful of residents, including Feigle, from interfering in the business of the board, Joyce said following one meeting during the summer that lasted almost five hours. “You’re depriving citizens of their right to comment,� Feigle said Thursday.


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Fracking Safe from page 1 Bill 315 has new and stricter safe guards to ensure the drilling does not contaminate the water supply. It is based on Colorado’s legislation, but is more stringent. “We’ve gone one better than theirs. It’s a step in the right direction,” he said. “My mind has changed. (Fracking) is here — it’s got to be regulated.” Dickinson said his reservations revolve around the brine that is used to hydraulically fracture the shale around the well deep underground. The brine contains a very small percentage of chemicals and, once the shale has been fractured, one to five million gallons of water comes back up out of the well. Disposal of the brine is the real danger, Dickinson said. Pooling the brine or hauling it away with tanker trucks to inject it into abandoned wells is where possible accidents can happen, he said. A new severance tax on each barrel of oil and 1,0 0 0 cubic feet of natural gas from the wells is being charged by the Ohio Department of Taxation, Dickinson said. That money should be used to set up a fund to cover damage to local roads and other costs incurred by the drilling, he said.

“My mind has changed. (Fracking) is here — it’s got to be regulated.” – Jim Dickinson Huge equipment, heavy water trucks and the potential for water table contamination could impact Geauga County negatively. Trustee Justin Madden said if something goes wrong, he doesn’t have any faith the oil industry giants waiting to drill Geauga County will take responsibility if the aquifer is destroyed by fracking. “The burden would be on us to prove it and none of us has the finances to take on that fight,” Madden said. Trustee Jim Mueller said the state legislature needs to take those fees and create an insurance fund of $50 million to help when there is a problem. “If there was an environmental fund to handle problems, it would have to be readily available so you wouldn’t have to slug your way through the court system for five years,” he said. Madden said more oversight will be essential. The forum panel members said the Ohio Department of Natural Resources has hired 200 inspectors to oversee the

transfers Following is a list of real estate transfers in Chester, Russell and Munson townships for the two-week ending Sept. 7, provided as a public service by the Geauga County Auditor’s Office. Transfers may involve sale of land only.

CHESTER TOWNSHIP Marcia A. Reardon and Jeffrey L. Cornett (trustees), 13347 Caves Road, to Steven F. Allenb, $161,000. Kathryn A. Hill, 9005 Forest Lane, to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, $60,000. Leonardo B. and Carrie L. Morgano, 80 0 0 Birchwood Drive, to Gerald J. Wargelin, $222,000. Third Federal Savings & Loan Association of Cleveland, 9386 Wilson Mills Road, to Jean Fakhoury, $72,000.

MUNSON TOWNSHIP Kevin and Courtney Ruscher, Arborwood Way (s/l 2), to Christopher A. Rensi and Gina Eugenia, $71,500.

Carole L. Raquet, 11903 Bean Road, to Federal National Mortgage Association, $63,400. Tani Wolfe and Tari Treb, 12780 Ravenna Road, to Andrew S. and Katherine L. Bednar, $127,500. Kathy K. and W. Michael Corkran, 12770 Keystone Lane, to Gregory G. and Rebecca J. Young, $550,000.

drilling and operation of a growing number of wells that are being drilled using the horizontal hydraulic fracturing process, a.k.a. fracking. One such well is under development in Parkman Township. For more information on fracking in Geauga County, see the “Geauga Down Under” series in the Geauga Maple Leaf, which started running in the Sept. 12 issue or visit www.geaugamapleleaf.com. In other business, trustees discontinuing discussed departmental monthly reports in favor of quarterly reports. Dickinson said just because the township has always had monthly reports doesn’t mean it must continue to do so. Technology, including cell phones, texting and email ensures department heads can contact trustees as soon as an event warrants it, he said. “If an incident occurs, we’ll know about it,” Dickinson said. Madden said it would cut down on the amount of paper the township uses. “If anything big comes up, (department heads) will email you,” Fiscal Officer Geraldine Heck said. “The auditors don’t even look at (the monthly reports).” Dickinson said once he has read the reports, he throws them away, relying on the annual report for his records. Mueller said reports every two months might be better, but Heck recommended trying a quarterly approach and, if a gap in information occurs, going back to every two months. Dickinson said he will poll the heads of departments to see if they have a problem with doing less paperwork and will let the other trustees know the result.

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Sept. 29: WG Baseball Classic Golf Outing The second annual outing will take place at Pleasant Hill Golf Course, 13461 Aquilla Road, Chardon. Sign in begins at 10 a.m., shotgun start at 11 a.m. The format will be a “fourman, best ball scramble.” Following golf will be an old-

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Oct. 1: Geauga Co. Tea Party Candidates Night 7-9 p.m. The Geauga County Tea Party will sponsor an Ohio Senate candidates night at Chardon Public Library, 110 East Park St. Hear Senatorial candidates explain positions on the constitution, public sector unions, voter ID laws and more. Republican Nancy McArthur will debate Democrat Capri Cafaro; and Republican John Eklund will debate Democrat Jim Mueller. Learn more at www.geauga countyteaparty.com.

Oct. 4, 5, 6: Quilted Thimble Grand Opening Join at The Quilted Thimble, 12628 Chillicothe Road, Chester Township (West Geauga Plaza) for a grand opening celebration. Door prizes, demonstrations and special hours available. Grand opening hours are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday. Browse through quilting items, fabric and items. A one stop quilt stop. Call 440-729-2259 for more information.

Oct. 6: Fishing Derby 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Diabetes Partnership of Cleveland will be holding a family-friendly fishing derby on the shores of Camp Ho Mita Koda’s freshwater lake, 14040 Auburn Road, Newbury Township. Proceeds benefit for Camp Ho Mita Koda, a camp for children with type 1 diabetes to have fun, make friends and learn about diabetes. Fish for bluegill, crappe, small mouth bass and a variety of other fish. Adults $10, Children 12 and under $5. Adult must accompany and sign a waiver for participants 18 and younger. No advanced registration, no fishing license required and prizes will be awarded. Bring bait, fishing poles and cooler with ice to store all catches of the day. Loaner rods available for children who do not have their

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Oct. 14: Eliminate Project Run and Fun Walk 9:30 a.m. The West Geauga Kiwanis Club and Unicef are hosting the second annual 5/10K run and fun walk. Race begins at Eddy Fruit Farm. Awards for top two competitors in 11 different age groups, male and female; 92 total awards given. 5K intermediate race cost is $20, 10K intermediate race is $25 and fun walk is $15. Day of race entries are an additional $5. Sponsors and donations needed. Visit www.wgkiwanis.org or call 440-221-0 112 for more information. Register for race on www.active.com.

Oct. 27: British Author C.S. Lewis Seminar 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The Little Church in the Vale will be presenting a seminar on the writings and thought of renowned British author C. S. Lewis. Held at the church, 610 Chagrin River Road, Gates Mills. Seminar will feature four presentations from Bruce Edwards of Bowling Green State University. Edwards is a respected scholar of Lewis’ writings, who has recently published a four-volume work on Lewis. Lunch provided. Check-in will open at 8:30 a.m. Call 440-423-4845 for more information.

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news NDCL Senior National Merit Semi-Finalist Based upon her outstanding performance on the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test (PSAT) last October, senior Jaclyn Melvin has been named a National Merit Semi-Finalist. Fewer than 1 percent of the nation's high school seniors qualify for this prestigious distinction. “We are all so proud of Jaclyn,” said Principal Joseph A. Waler. “She is an exceptional student who freely shares her many gifts and talents to enhance our community of faith and learning at NDCL.” Jaclyn will now compete for finalist status in the National Merit Program by submitting a comprehensive application documenting her academic achievements. Finalists are eligible for scholarships sponsored by the National Merit Program as well as by businesses and colleges throughout the country.

Oct. 3: Next Move … Which Direction is Best? 6:30 p.m. The Lake/Geauga Educational Assistance Foundation is holding a free session in the LEAF Resource Center, 8221 Auburn Road, Concord Township.

The session is for parents and students interested in postsecondary options related to acquiring work. The presentation will discuss options in addition to two- and four-year degree programs such as certifications and apprenticeships. Review labor market statistics, identify in demand jobs and learn a method for effective career decision making and planning. Reservations required. Call LEAF, 440-358-8045, to register or for details.

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On Sept. 15, the West Geauga Marching Band, under the direction of Mr. Jason Branch, performed and participated in an invitation only Skull Session in the St. John Arena at Ohio State University. The West Geauga Marching Band and the Ohio State University Marching Band both performed.

St. Anselm Student Completes Eagle Scout Project Colin O'Connor built four benches, two for the home team and two for the visitor’s team, for the baseball field behind St. Anselm School. He designed, cut, assembled and installed these benches with a team of individuals. O'Connor also made a scoreboard that can be used at CYO softball games, field day events at the school, recreational games played during the spring and summer season, and games played during gym class. Several area businesses contributed over $1,500 worth of materials to make this

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(L to R, Back Row) Joe Roman, Jim O'Connor, Jody Slingluff, Chase Waterman, Chuck Rischar, Jack Haffey and Craig Kasper. (Middle Row) Luke Baum, Alan Satterfield and Matt Richter. (Front Row) Maureen O'Hanlon, Kelly O'Connor, Colin O'Connor, Peter Roman and Mike Gartlick. Not pictured: Lisa and Jayson Breier and Jerry Fletcher.

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chatter Tyler Alyn Molnar, of Russell Township, a 20 06 graduate of West Geauga High School, earned a Doctor of Pharmacy Degree from The University of Toledo College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. Tyler previously earned his Bachelor of Science in Pharmaceutical Sciences Degree from The University of Toledo. Tyler has accepted a position with Walgreens in Henderson, Nev., and plans to continue on to medical school.

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Chester Police Beat Sept. 14 through Sept. 19

SHOPLIFTING Officers responded to CVS for a report of a possible shoplifter. Upon arrival, a female was stopped in the parking lot with the items taken in her possession. She was issued a summons to appear in court and all the property was returned back to CVS.

TRAFFIC VIOLATION Traffic Stop in the area of Mayfield Road and Woodside Drive. Driver was cited for 45 mph in a 25 mph zone. Traffic Stop in the area of Chillicothe Road and Whiting Drive. Driver was cited for 75 mph in a 35 mph zone.

COMPLAINT Officers respond to the area of Manchester Drive and Warwick Lane for a report of people running through yards. Officers checked the area of

Manchester Drive, Warwick Lane, Avon Lane and Devon Lane and were unable to locate any of the individuals.

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LOST AND FOUND Male came into the station to report that he found a wallet in the middle of Mayfield Road. Officers were able to return the wallet to its owner.

OVI Officers observe a vehicle all over the roadway in the area of Mayfield and Chillicothe roads. Upon stopping the vehicle, officers proceeded to give the driver a field sobriety test. The driver was placed into custody for OVI and taken to the Geauga County Safety Center. The driver also received a for underage summons consumption and possession of drug paraphernalia. The vehicle was towed from the scene. Officers and EMS responded to the area of

Chillicothe and Sherman roads for a report of a vehicle in the roadway with an occupant passed out. Upon arrival, the driver was found to be intoxicated and did not require EMS. The driver was then taken into custody and transported to the Geauga County Safety Center, issued a citation and a summons. Vehicle was then towed from the scene. Officers respond to the area of Wilson Mills and County Line roads for a report of a vehicle in the ditch. Upon arrival, the driver was located and given a field sobriety test. The driver was placed into custody and transported to the Geauga County Safety Center and vehicle was towed from the scene.

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Pease support the following local businesses that support West Geauga Schools All American Car Wash Apex Land Management Arabica Benjamin Franklin Plumbing Bob K. (Mr. Gettysburg) Cardinal Physical Therapy CD&J’s Landscaping, LLC Ceramics & You Chase Bank Chesterland Chamber of Commerce Chesterland Mini Storage Chesterland News Debbi Paterno Graphic Design Debord’s One Hour Heating & Air Eddy Fruit Farm Edward Jones Investments/Allyn McNaughton Garrett Painting Geauga Floor Care Georgio’s Pizza Glissful Boutique Joshua Saxon/Ruscher Insurance Lisa Thoreson/Howard Hanna Real Estate Services Luczkowski Agency/Nationwide Insurance Merrill Lynch/Anthony Anderson Monticello Garden Center Ohio Connect, LLC Our Town Café Painting Solutions Palma’s Hair Design Playground World SAK Automotive Spencer Printing Concepts, Inc. TecXpert & Computer Options The Miniature Cellar The Quilted Thimble Tom Basista/West Geauga Plaza Truline Industries

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entertainment Fairmount Center for the Arts is offering classes in a new, mini-session format, from Oct. 8 to Nov. 2. New offerings include Chair Pilates, Tai Chi I, Modern and Fusion dance and Spanish Dance for Children. Class participants will also receive a $20 credit towards tuition for winter session. Chair Pilates will be held

from 10-11 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays. Cost is $59. Tai Chi I will be held from 10:30 a.m. to noon Monday and Wednesday and 7-8:30 p.m. Thursday evenings. Cost is $39 for one session per week, $59 for two sessions or $79 for all three sessions. Fusion and Modern dance will be held from 7-8 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays —

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meetings Chester Township: Oct. 3, 7 p.m., Zoning Commission; Oct. 4, 7 p.m., Board of Trustees. All meetings are held at the Town Hall, 12701 Chillicothe Road, unless otherwise noted.

Russell Township: Sept. 26, 7:30 p.m., Zoning Commission; Oct. 1, 7 p.m., Board of Zoning Appeals; Oct. 3, 7 p.m., Board of Trustees. All meetings are held at Fire-Rescue Station, 14810 Chillicothe Road, unless otherwise noted.

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For more stories on Chester Township and the surrounding communities, pick up a copy of this week’s Geauga County Maple Leaf.

Entertainment Books 2013 Entertainment books available 10 am. to 3 p.m. at Chesterland Baptist Church, 12670 Chillicothe Road, Chester Township. Price is $30. Call Gene Roseum, 440-7297218 for more information.


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events Oct. 7, 21, Nov. 4, 18: Sunday Night Live-Kids 6-7:30 p.m. Children 4 years old to fifth grade are invited to join at Mayfield United Methodist Church, 7747 Mayfield Road, Chester Township, for a free program of games, music, bible stories, crafts, science experiments, snacks and more to learn about God. Children up to kindergarten and caregivers are welcome to join. Preschool Storytime for Bible stories at 10 a.m. Tuesdays. Fourth- and fifth-grade students are welcome to join “Tweens for Fabulous Fridays.” Once a month, Tweens gather together at the movies, pizza parties, scavenger hunts and overnight trips. Call Stacy Becker, 440-72940 06 ext. 105, for more information.

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Oct. 6: So You Think You Know Bulbs 9-11 a.m. Now is the time to buy and plant bulbs. Master Gardener Casey Judd will discuss bulbs that bloom in each season, which bulbs have to be dug up and stored to avoid freezing/ destruction, which bulbs can stay in the ground and which bulbs will bloom year after year. Light refreshments and handouts included. $15 fee. Held at Patterson Center on the Burton Fairgrounds, 14269 Claridon-Troy Road, Burton. Call 440-834-4656 to register or for more information.

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6:30-8:30 p.m. The West Woods Nature Center Join artisan Barbara Yoxall to create a nature-themed necklace from air-dried clay and gourd pieces. Program designed for ages 10 and older. $12 fee covers materials and instruction. Registration required.

Sept. 27: Cart Tours: Eldon Russell Park 9-11 a.m. Reservable spots available for EZ Go Cart 30-minute interpretive trail rides. Five seats per ride. Call 440-279-0880 to reserve a seat.

Sept. 28: Native American Sky Legends 7-9:30 p.m. Observatory Park Learn stories told by Great Lakes tribes and other indigenous people during an indoor/outdoor session to include outdoor sky viewing with the Chagrin Valley Astronomical Society and its telescopes, weather permitting.

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7-9 p.m. The West Woods Nature Center Singers and musicians: Share songs and tunes in all genres each fourth Thursday. Acoustic and gently amplified instruments and vocals. Snacks to share welcome. Host Dan Best offers everyone in attendance the round-robin opportunity to sing or play to the accompaniment of others.

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Sept. 30: Full Moon Program: Harvest Moon 6:30-8 p.m. Observatory Park Explore Native America lore and watch the moon rise.

1-2:30 p.m. The West Woods Nature Center Join other active seniors on weekly hikes in Geauga County and the surrounding area. Hikes are typically 1 to 1 1/2 miles long and held year-round. A naturalist leads hikes in Geauga Park District parks. Call Geauga Senior Center for full schedule, 440-279-2137.

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colleague in the Geauga County Township Association, an organization he has been voted in as president by his peers and is a highly respected leader to all. His proven track record of working cooperatively with others, regardless of party affiliation, is why Jim Dvorak will work past the political posturing and simply get things done for Geauga County. For a strong and productive future for all of us in Geauga County, Jim Dvorak is the candidate all residents should support for Geauga County Commissioner. Justin Madden Russell Township

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The levy, if approved, will last for five years. The 1.8 mills will generate an estimated $114,474 for the road department. Because it is a renewal levy, there will be no increase in taxes. The levy would cost $12.82 per year of a home with market value of $100,000. The road department renewal levy money would be used for maintenance of Russell's 54 miles of township roads and 108 miles of ditches, plus road resurfacing, culvert replacement, materials such as asphalt, road salt, limestone and street sign maintenance. Township road maintenance provided: road resurfacing, asphalt patching — summer/winter — ditch cleaning, dead animal removal from roads, roadside mowing, culvert replacements, snow plowing and salting, road sign replacement and maintenance, tree and brush removal, assist police and fire, road striping, guardrail replacement and repair, crack sealing of roads and litter pick up. Residents are reminded that this is a renewal levy, does not increase taxes and is endorsed by the Russell Township Trustees. Gene T. Layne Russell Township Road Superintendent

Play it safe and access physical therapy before rolling the dice on high-risk medical options. At the first sign of acute body pain, a person should contact his or her physical therapist to help prevent the source of pain from developing into a chronic disorder, which tends to be difficult and costly to treat. Benefits of direct access physical therapy are: Allows for earlier intervention into a health care problem. Earlier intervention is highly correlated with reduced recovery times and better functional outcomes for many musculoskeletal injuries and disorders. Minimizes those frustrating waiting periods during which pain and functional abilities can dramatically worsen. Direct access likewise enables people to return to work and normal activities sooner than they could otherwise. Affords an additional and timelier entry point into the health care system and supports the efficient allocation of health care resources. Direct access saves time and money. Maximizes continuity of care by facilitating patients' return to physical therapy for all their future musculoskeletal needs (including acute relief from injuries, prevention, long term care, and overall health and wellness). Direct access physical therapy expands freedom of choice and allows people to choose the destiny of their health and wellness. To celebrate the grand opening of our Chester Township clinic, Pro-Activities is offering physical therapy assessments free of charge to all new patients for a limited time only. Call 440-729-0405 for more information or to schedule a free assessment.


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Read About Your Library Local Librar y

Class size limited to 11. Registration required.

G AT E S M I L L S LIBRARY

GEAUGA WEST LIBRARY

Dec. 5: “Sense and Sensibility” by Jane Austen

The Geauga West Library is located at 13455 Chillicothe Road. For more information on these programs or to register, call 440-729-4250 or register in person.

Look, Lunch & Listen Programs

Oct. 17, 7 p.m. Get to know your iPad. Learn about the Settings, apps, and how to borrow a book from the library to read on an iPad. Bring iPad, Apple ID with password and library card.

Every Wednesday in Oct., Noon Sponsored by West Geauga Friends of the Library. Bring own lunch option. Topics include: October 3, Romantic Victorian Weddings October 10, Travel: Mediterranean Tapestry October 17, Walt's World! The Life of Walt Disney October 24, Nature Through the Seasons; with a Close-Up Lens

Super Searcher

Cuyahoga County Roots?

Nov. 1, 7 p.m. searching Advanced techniques for the Internet.

Oct. 23, 6:30 p.m. Many Geauga County residents have Cuyahoga County roots. Learn about the main repositories and websites for Cuyahoga County records. Bring the information available on Cuyahoga County ancestors.

I’ve Got This iPad …

Book Discussions Wednesdays, 7 p.m. Oct. 3: “Faith: A Novel” by Jennifer Haigh Nov. 7: “The Night Circus” by Erin Morgenstern

Gates Mills Library is located at 1491 Chagrin River Road. For more information on these programs or to register, call 440-423-4808 or register in person.

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The Dog House ALL BREED ALL BREEDDOG DOG&&CAT CATGROOMING GROOMING Still Chesterland’s oldest and best professional pet grooming salon! MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TO SEE WHY! American Kennel Club certified Reasonable rates - Over 30 years experience Breeder of top quality Standard Poodles

Family Storytime Wednesdays, 10 a.m. Join for a program of rhymes, songs, fingerplays and stories for children not yet in kindergarten. Registration not necessary.

Baby & Me / Toddler Storytime Thursdays, 10 a.m. Join for a program of rhymes, songs, fingerplays, and books for babies from birth through 35 months old and caregivers. Registration not necessary.

440-729-4007 12661 Chillicothe Road, Chesterland Rt. 306, behind Chesterland Florist

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MISC. J & B Salvage Grocery has now moved to a new location. Now at 16055 Burton-Windsor Road, Middlefield. Hours are MW-TH-FRI., 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Saturday, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Closed Tuesday and Sunday.

FOR SALE White wrought iron day bed with trundle, desk top computer, complete, small 12” & 14” TV’s, misc pool, filters, pump etc., maple syrup evaporator system complete with gas burner, large side by side fridge/freezer, like new gas scooters, brass candelabra chandelier, pool table, hanging glass lamp, wicker (full), brass (king) headboard, large, very clean, good condition, over stuffed neutral color sofa with large ottomans. Contact the Yandell family at 440-729-3737. Must sell - moving: Cub Cadet LT 1050 with leaf collecting $500/OBO. Lawn system, Utility Vehicle (LUV) riding mower made by MTD with bagger $200/OBO. Powermate gas powered generator; 3500 watts includes 220 hookup cable, never used, $400/OBO. Craftsman lawn roller and Agri-Fab lawn sweeper both for $75. Chesterland, 440-799-0474. For sale Mausoleum crypt for two in Western Reserve Memorial Gardens. 440-796-9251. Lawn & garden equipment John Deere garden tractor (22hp) with 54” mower deck and 54” snow blade, tire chains, utility trailer, lawn sweeper, gas chain saw, tiller, snow blower, lawn mower, gas hedge trimmer, gas weed whacker, wheelbarrow, steel ramps, garden sprayer, ladder, misc. hand tools. Most items like new. Make offer, cash & carry. For detailed information call 440-729-3275. Driveway limestone, all sizes delivered and spread. White and gray color. No delivery fee. Eight ton minimum, $27.50 per ton. 440-915-8227.

Washed stone, all sizes and colors. Call for information, 8 ton minimum. No delivery fee. $24.50 per ton. 440-915-8227. As phalt g rinding s fin e to coarse. Good base material or top for driveways. No delivery fee, 8 ton minimum. $19 per ton. 440-915-8227. For sale, 2 floral cou ch es (rose, green, white) like new, $600. One queen sofa bed, tan Herculon, multi-heavy flex steel, $175. 440-729-0022.

CARS $$$ PAYING CASH $$$ FOR USED CARS, TRUCKS, CONSTRUCTION EQUIP., TRACTORS,MOTORCYCLES Site Cleanups with Dumpsters

440-862-5706 • 440-254-4281 Paying cash $50 - $15,000 for: cars, trucks, scrap, running or not, construction equipment, tractors, muscle cars, antique cars, tools. 440-8625706 or 440-254-4281. Top dollar, wrecked, junked and unwanted vehicles. Scrap clean-ups, free removal. Used parts and tires for sale. Call 440-321-1469 or 440-321-1467. Wanted junk cars and trucks. Pay $250 and up. 440-293-8504 or cell 440-228-5921. 2001 Chrysler Sebring Coupe LXI - V6 - 200HP, 80k miles. Red with light gray leather interior. All options. Premium sound system, 4CD disc changer, moon roof, 17” chrome wheels with new tires. Extra set of 4 factory wheels with tires mounted. Remote starter. Call 216-5343815. $5500. 2003 Honda CRV-EX, silver, 70k miles, new tires October 2010, all wheel drive, $11,300 OBO, call Mike at 440-343-1130.

HELP WANTED Full time CNC milling set-up person needed. Five years set-up experience, Fanuc control. Excellent pay and overtime. Call 440-729-2616.

FOR RENT OFFICE SPACE Chester Business Park 8437 Mayfield Rd.

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• Rental Units from 400 sq ft. & larger • Leases available 6 mos. & longer • All Utilities included Beautiful renovations ongoing Call for YOUR space TODAY!

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Up to 4000 sq. ft. bays with 12’’ overhead doors. Ideal for contractors, engineers, etc.

CALL PLUS outside space for rent. (440) 729-6000

OFFICE SP A CE SPA Why have an office at home when you can have a private office with

FREE HVAC HVAC, FREE electric, and FREE wireless wireless internet internet in the most prestigious building in Chesterland?

195 AND UP • 729-6000 149 Larger Space Available

$$

starting at $8/sq. ft. Kirtland on Rt.6, just west of 306. Ideal space available for lease. Warehouse, offices and any type of service shops. Call 440-283-9191 or 440-313-1611. Party rental - 20x20 tent, one 3 foot cooler full of ice, 10x10 pop up tent, one eight foot table, one 6 foot table, $225 per day. Set-up and take down Chesterland, included. Russell area. Steaming pot, charcoal grill, chafing dishes, cambro’s, outdoor fire pit are available at additional costs. Mike, 440-479-5723. Spacious 1 bdrm apartment, furnished, 50 inch flat screen, all utilities and laundry facilities. Available immediately. Single, non smoking. $850 per month. 440-286-4848.

Wednesday, September 26, 2012 For rent - two properties, both in Chesterland. Good for businesses and the price is very good. Call 440-729-2380.

GARAGE SALES If you need to have a Moving sale,, Estate Sale or Garage Sale, call Kathy Willis at 440for assistance. 729-2790 References Experienced. available. We are now doing partial estate buyouts. Wanted: Grandma’s costume jewelry, compacts, perfume, knickknacks. linens, Grandpa’s toys, trains, coins, bottles and fishing lures. Also buying misc. collections and estates. 440-338-5942. Lots of everything. Housewares, jewelry, collectibles, designer clothes, purses, and children clothes, car seats, etc. Thursday, Saturday and Sunday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. 12835 Caves Road. Moving Sale - bicycles (20” & 24”), child’s battery powered ATV and trailer attachment, treadmill, Coleman gas grill and lantern, 3 large oriental wool rugs. Items hardly used. Make offer, cash & carry. For detailed information, call 440-729-3275. Ch esterla nd, 7680 MapleGrove Drive, Friday 9/28, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday 9/29, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wing chair, high chairs, butcher block trestle table, water cooler, dog house, small sailboat, much miscellaneous, some collectables. Garage Sale, Friday, September 28, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 12901 Opalocka Drive. Household, hunting, sport equipment, boy clothes, newborn to 2T, crib with mattress and bedding. Baby equipment, toys. Shop 3 homes. Tons of jewelry, collectibles, antiques, furniture, baseball miscellaneous, Moonstone hobnail, pewter, brass, wicker display, albums, Christmas, much misc. One day only, Friday, 9/28, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Corner of Manchester Drive and Avon. Tri-corner sale.

WORK WANTED Computer Repair, Reasonable Rates, Spyware & Virus Removal, Hardware & Software installation, Troubleshooting, Networking, Ray, 216-315-0508. Located in Chesterland Area. Housecleaning, reasonable rates and references. 440-223-5753. “I g ave my bu siness of 24 years to my husband!” Now I am looking for general bookkeeping work. Receivables, payables, etc. Reliable, honest and affordable. Kathie, 440-552-6506. 26 year old Amish girl will do house or office cleaning, flower beds or pet sitting. references Experienced, available. 440-272-5522.

LOST & FOUND Lost: “Brownie” - brown teddy bear wearing a bow tie, reward. 440-729-2841.

PETS Geauga County Dog Warden is in need of dog and puppy food both dry and canned (nothing from China). We also are in need of bleach. Please help us care for the 700+ dogs that come to our shelter each year. Geauga County Dog Warden, 12513 Merritt Road, Chardon. Call 440-286-8135 for more information.

SERVICES Guitar and beginning piano with Denny Carleton at the West Geauga Market House. 216-392-8749 or www.dennycarleton.com. “God helps those” who helps themselves to George Zetzers’ art classes. Oils, acrylics, watercolors. Monday through Friday, afternoons. Everyone welcomed. 216-381-0551. Pressure washing and deck refinishing. Chesterland resident. References, 440-342-4552.

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PERKINS EXCAVATING Over 30 years Experience & Loyal Service Drainage Work • Driveway Grading Land Clearing • Demolition Work Basement Waterproofing • Ponds Hauling Gravel, Topsoil, Mulch • Tree Work 440-862-5706 • 440-254-4281 Call for Free Estimates

The Tractor Scrapper Free Removal of Unwanted Lawn & Garden Equipment

Tractors, Mowers, Boat Motors, etc. John • 440-478-0483

Concrete - all types Waterproofing Tuckpoint - brick, block, stone Backhoe & Sewer work

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Kitchen & Bath Remodeling Counter Tops Custom Cabinetry Wall & Entertainment Units Fireplace Remodelings

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LM Services Servicing All Brands of Equipment and Steam, Hot Water Boilers

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Airport Pickup or Drop-off

Concrete & hauling company

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PRESSURE WASHING DECK REFINISHING 13 years Experience Insured • References Chesterland Resident

GEST CONSTRUCTION For Estimates Call Josh at

APEX LAND MANAGEMENT Complete Tree Service Mowing & Lawn Care FERTILIZING BRUSH CHIPPING BRUSH HOGGING STUMP GRINDING HARDSCAPE DRAINAGE WATERPROOFING POND INSTALLATION

(440) 729-3641 729-7471 • • (216) (440) (216) 316-1477 316-1477 CONCRETE WORK! Driveways-Sidewalks-Concrete Floors Garage & Building Demolition NEW Garage Packages Construction Debris

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440-342-4552

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Wednesday, September 26, 2012

CHESTERLAND NEWS

$100 OFF Sealcoating Sealcoating and and Cracksealing Cracksealing

$400 OFF Asphalt Asphalt

Paving Paving -- remove remove & & repave repave or or new new installation installation over over gravel gravel

Resurfacing Resurfacing -- repave repave over over existing existing surface surface

4 YEAR WARRANTY 25 YEAR LIFE • Fast Service - a week or less • Discounts for Seniors, Friends/Neighbors/Groups

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We Fix Your Problems!

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CHESTERLAND NEWS catch basins, reshape gravel driveways. Hauling of demolition materials. Call Mike, 440-729-7810.

Classifieds from page 18

Offering special discounts for interior and exterior painting and staining this season. 13 years experience. Professional insured, call Dan at 440-342-4552.

Latest trend in beauty, eyebrow threading. Experienced threaded, licensed cosmetologist will come to your home to fulfill all your beauty needs. Call Connie at 216-323-7086.

House cleaning, 20 years experience. Will do everything from organizing, shopping, errands and I do windows!

Cons truction and backhoe service: Specializing in replacing old drain tiles and

Call Connie at 216-323-7086. Mu sic CO-OP 12661-B Chillicothe Road, 440-221-2274. sales, repairs, Lessons, rentals, consignments. Advanced rock guitar and music recording instruction. Piano - sales, service, tuning. Free removal of scrap metal and appliances, 440-342-4552. Sn owplowing - reas onable, dependable. 440-729-9400.

Wednesday, September 26, 2012 Plumbing: Professional, affordable, reliable. Water heaters, toilets, faucets, drain cleaning. 440-537-6045 or 440-285-0800. Skip’s Painting, wallpapering, power-washing, and small repairs. Insured. Satisfaction guaranteed! Member of Angie’s List. Over 25 years’ experience. 440-338-5098. Yard and storm damage cleanup, down tree removal and brush chipping. Call, 440-342-4552.

Cleaning, good, dependable, references. Call 440-321-3580. Two boys and a scrappy idea. Metal recyclers. Removal of unwanted lawn & garden equipment, hot water tanks, washers, dryers, batteries, cans, etc. Call 440-729-8213.

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT Russell Township residents interested in serving as a representative to the West Geauga Community Joint District are recreation encouraged to apply. This WGCJRD board member will represent Russell township, and support, maintain, and improve the recreational facilities of the West Geauga community. This appointment is for the remainder of a three year term. The appointment is a volunteer position. The deadline has been extended to Oct. 15, 2012. Please send letter of application and a resume to Russell Township Board of Trustees, P.O. Box 522, Novelty, OH 44072.

LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE The Chester Township Board of Zoning Appeals will hold a public hearing Monday, October 8, 2012, in the Chester Town Hall. 12701 Chillicothe Road, at 7:00 p.m., at which time the following request will be heard: Conditional Use Permit 1991-3 (B) (continuation) - William C. Rudolph for the First Seventh-Day Adventist Community Church of Chesterland, 7480 Mayfield Road, Chester Township, is applying for a new conditional use certificate under Section 6 Conditional Zoning Cer tificate requirements of the Chester Township Zoning Resolution.

$6500 forSAMEover RATES 1½ yrs!

Conditional Use 2001-01 (B) – Pastor Michael LoPresti for Word of Grace Church, 9021 Mayfield Road, Chester Township is applying for a new conditional use certificate under Section 6 Conditional Zoning Certificate requirements of the Chester Township Zoning Resolution. Mary Lou Fende, Secretary Board of Zoning Appeals Publish September 26, 2012

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Chesterland News September 26th, 2012