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Historic Edition:
November 27th, 2003
Vol. 23  No. 22
 

Thanksgiving is a year-round attitude at ACS

Akron Central School students, faculty, staff, and administration work throughout the year to promote a thankful attitude and to affirm others.


Community comments sought on Park View Bridge alternatives

Community comment on alternatives for the rehabilitation, reuse, replacement or elimination of the Parkview Drive Bridge is being accepted through December 24, 2003. Seven alternatives for the bridge, which closed in June 2003 because of structural deterioration, were presented to the community on November 19.


Akron Central hosts administrators for session of NY Talks

Nearly one hundred administrators visited Akron Central School over two days as they participated in half-day workshops last week.


"SAVVY SENIOR" - Fall Prevention

My 84-year-old mother is about to come home from a nursing home where she has been recovering from a broken hip. It happened when she fell in her kitchen last winter. Mom’s overall health is still good and she’s very sharp mentally, but she’s not quite as light on her feet as she used to be. Before she gets home, we’re looking to cover our bases and make her house as fall-proof and obstacle-free as possible. Do you have any thoughts or helpful tips on this matter?


A recall effort against Masiello would be both pointless and pointlessly painful

Here’s a vote against any recall effort aimed at Buffalo mayor Tony Masiello, but not for the reasons you might think.


Board of Education celebrates accomplishments of staff and students

Akron Central School Board of Education members celebrated the accomplishments of ACS staff and students as Superintendent of Schools Ronald G. DeCarli shared Points of Pride at the November 19 Board meeting.


Larger ‘Stop’ signs to be installed at North Millgrove and Stage

Erie County Legislator Michael Ranzenhofer announced last week that over-sized “Stop” signs are scheduled to be installed at the North Millgrove and Stage Rod intersection in the Town of Newstead.

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