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Vol. 56, No. 8
HISPANIC ROUNDTABLE’S POLITICAL FORUM, OCT. 23, P. 5
Cleveland doctor turns
Latina artist in spare time
By Kevin Milliken, La Prensa Correspondent
Dr. María Pujana has ing arts and arts education
many sides to her—mother organization that reaches
and grandmother, physician more than 65,000 people
and philanthropist, artist and each year.
Other featured artists
entrepreneur. But somehow
she strikes a balance among who also have strong ties to
all those roles to set an ex- Northeast Ohio included:
Bess Rodríguez Richard,
ample of success.
Dr. Pujana, 60, is both a Hector Castellanos, José
Augusto
neurologist and neurophysi- Vásquez,
Gabriel
ologist, trained in her native Bordelois,
Spain. But the daughter of an Gonzáles, John Riveraengineer and a fashion de- Resto, Hector Vega, Samuel
signer feeds that artistic side Vásquez, Alejandro Rivera,
as the president and chief de- and Bruno Casiano. The
signer of Marise Jewelry De- exhibit also featured two
signs, a line of fine and fash- prints from legendary
ion jewelry.
Cleveland Indians shortIn fact, she credits her par- stop Omar Vizquel, who was
ents for spurring both her inducted last summer in the
medical training and passion Indians Hall of Fame.
The exhibit ended with
for art.
“My father encouraged a closing reception on Sunme to go into medicine be- day, Oct. 5, 2014 to honor
cause he considered it one of the young artists of
the healing arts,” she said. Esperanza, Inc. The teens
“In that way, science and art took part in a summer program led by professionals
can be as one.”
Dr. Pujana turned to jew- from American Greetings
elry-making because of the and their works were disDr. María Pujana
combination of science and played alongside the nine
art. She learned about gem- featured artists.
stones and nature as a scienWhile serving on the
tist, but was also drawn to the board at the Beck Center, Dr. Latina Style, Cadena Magahealing power of jewelry— Pujana encouraged the non- zine, La Prensa, and other
in particular, its ability to profit to engage the Latino publications.
Some of her jewelry was
“make a woman look good community with the exhibit.
and feel better about them- Now in its third year, the exhi- even displayed at Saks Fifth
selves.” She has worked in bition turned into a Avenue. She often creates and
both gold and silver, draw- fundraiser—garnering $5,000 donates special pieces so that
ing upon all the historic and in donations to fund scholar- the organizations she supartistic jewelry she saw as a ships for Latino children to take ports can use them to attract
girl in Colombia—some of it free classes in painting, dance, donations.
As one story goes, Dr.
dating back to the Aztecs. and other artistic expression.
She considers jewelry design
Her jewelry, which features Pujana donated one of her
pearls and other fine gemstones, creations in 2000 to “Casa
“a form of sculpture.”
Some of her works were has gained worldwide recog- del niño”. The goal of the
on display during Hispanic nition. Her collection has organization was to assist orHeritage Month at the Beck accessorized the Gala of His- phaned and abandoned chilCenter’s Jean Bulicek Gal- panic Designers “Pasarela dren in the Dominican Releria. The third annual His- Cibeles Fashion Week” in public. At a fundraiser in
panic Heritage exhibit fea- Madrid for seven years. Her Washington, D.C., she was
tured the contemporary art- jewelry also adorned models able to present the piece to
works of a dozen Hispanic during New York Fashion the group’s founder, famous
artists in the Lakewood, Ohio Week, and her designs have fashion icon Oscar de la
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October 24, 2014
HISPANIC PROFILES
UT Leader Helping to Mold Young Latinos
By Kevin Milliken, La Prensa Correspondent
Oct. 24, 2014: 33-year tion, work on academic sucold José Rosales is the cess plans and achieve their
kind of guy others count goals to be academically elion to help them realize gible for a given major, such
their dreams—and he’s as business, education, engiabout to get a chance to neering.”
his own dream to directly
Rosales spent a couple of
help his peers.
years in college before enlistThe University of Toledo ing in the Marines and headsuccess coach currently ing to boot camp. After spendworks with incoming high ing twelve years in the milischool students in the tary, he is discovering his own
university’s Dept. of Explor- career path—by helping othatory Studies.
ers find theirs.
The program is aimed at
“The big difference behelping students to navi- tween this role (Academic
gate college life, designed Adviser) and my role as a Sucto enhance their transition cess Coach is that I am able to
to the university setting, and focus on the academic advisto assist them to become ing portion of the job,” he
successful in their academic said. “Students will be able to
pursuits. Much of that work work with me, and together,
involves helping students we will perform degree audits,
to find their way in selecting create schedules, and work
a major and potential career. towards the desired GPA.”
But the Marine is about
Rosales graduated in 2012
to help his own generation with a master’s of education
in a similar fashion: as an degree in higher education.
academic advisor to non- The UT alumnus is now reachtraditional students and vet- ing back to assist fellow stuerans over the age of 25.
dents. If anyone can relate, it’s
“I am most excited to him. He’s already walked in
work with a new demo- their shoes—or military boots.
graphic of students, and help
“This is an ideal fit for me,
these students navigate because I earned both my bacthrough the coursework for calaureate and Masters degrees
various majors,” said with the assistance of educaRosales. “In addition, I look tional benefits, post 9/11 GI
forward to helping students Bill,” he said. “I will be workthat are on academic proba- ing with adult students that
have families, full-time jobs, and
various other demands outside
their academic coursework, and
I am able to not only relate, but
also apply theory to practice as
I have been balancing a similar
schedule.”
Rosales already is seeing
success in his higher ed career,
as he was recently nominated
for the 20 under 40 Community
Leadership Award and was recognized by his peers at UT as
Outstanding Staff Member
(Shining Star Award) for his work
with students on campus.
“This is a great fit for both
me, personally and professionally. Learning the academic side
of higher education has been
very challenging, yet rewarding throughout my short career
in higher ed,” he said. “Between
being a success coach and academic advisor, I have been gaining a skill set that will prepare
me, or has been preparing me to
be a great resourceful and knowledgeable staff member for students on any campus.”
Rosales has higher aspirations for his career. He is finishing his coursework toward a
Ph.D. in Educational Theory
and Social Foundations at UT.
His goal is to eventually become a leading researcher in
education across the nation,
with
a
focus
on
underrepresented students,
José
Rosales
such as Latinos, AfricanAmericans, and veterans.
Rosales is juggling two
careers, as he still serves his
country in the U.S. Marine
Corps as the Company First
Sergeant for Bridge Company
Alpha, located in Battle Creek,
Michigan.
“Parts of my responsibilities include developing,
mentoring and encouraging
the professional development
of Bridge Company Alpha
Marines through counseling,
instruction, and leadership by
example,” he explained.
“Also, in conjunction with the
Company Executive Officer, I
track all accountability, training accomplishments, and
other administrative information during drill weekends in
order to complete reporting
requirements.”
Rosales also serves as an
advisor to the UT Latino Student Union (LSU). At his age,
his role may be as a big brother
figure to many of the
young Latinos.
“In this role, I serve
as the campus liaison
for the students and
help them stay on
track as a student organization and in the
classroom,” he said.
“Being a past president of this organization, I take this role very seriously and do my best to serve
the needs of the students.”
In addition, he serves as
a mentor to several students
on campus, particularly
with members of LSU and
Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity. He stated he “works a
lot off the clock, one-onone with students,” helping them adjust to the demands of college and the
transition that occurs.
He has a nine-year old
daughter Jordan and spends
what little spare time he has
coaching her third and fourth
grade basketball team. He
also tries to “keep up with the
demands of her schedule, as
she’s an athlete that participates in basketball, tennis,
golf and cheer.”
Rosales is the youngest
of four children to Robert
and Rosa Rosales. He graduated from Waite High School
and still lives in East Toledo.
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Octubre 24, 2014
Florida: Prohíben a policías
rastreo de celulares
Por GARY FINEOUT, Associated Press
T A L L A H A S S E E , que abandonó una casa y
Florida, 16 de oct. de 2014 descubrieron un ladrillo de
(AP): En un fallo radical, el cocaína y 23.000 dólares en
máximo tribunal de Florida efectivo en el auto que
determinó el jueves que la conducía.
policía en el estado no puede
Los abogados de Tracey
usar un teléfono celular para argumentaron que la
rastrear la ubicación de una evidencia del caso deberá ser
persona sin contar con una descartada por la forma en
orden judicial.
que la policía rastreó a su
La Corte Suprema estatal cliente, pero sus mociones
falló en una votación de 5-2 fueron denegadas y Tracey
que el departamento de permanece en prisión.
policía del condado Broward
Y una mayoría de jueces
no tenía derecho para detener coincidieron, indicando que
y arrestar a Shawn Tracey por en un momento en que los
posesión de más de 400 celulares se han convertido
gramos de cocaína.
en algo de la vida cotidiana,
Los detectives recibieron los residentes de Florida
información de que Tracey deberían esperar cierto nivel
estaba involucrado en el de privacidad sobre la manera
tráfico de cocaína de Broward en que ellos los usan. El fallo
a Cape Coral en la costa oeste también señaló que resultaba
del estado, donde vivía. Pero inadmisible exigir a la gente
la orden judicial que que apague sus celulares sólo
obtuvieron sólo les permitía para garantizar que su
rastrear las llamadas ubicación no está siendo
telefónicas hechas hacia y rastreada.
desde el celular de Tracey.
La Unión Americana de
Sin embargo, las Libertades Civiles (ACLU) y
autoridades
también abogados
defensores
rastrearon las actividades de implicados en casos similares
Tracey
al
obtener aplaudieron el fallo y dijeron
actualizaciones en tiempo que existe evidencia de que
real de la ubicación de su la policía en todo el estado
teléfono. Los policías lo está usando la tecnología para
detuvieron poco después de rastrear personas.
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Venezuela ingresa a Consejo de Seguridad de la ONU
Por EVA FONT, Associated Press
NACIONES UNIDAS, 16 mandatario venezolano Hugo
de oct. de 2014 (AP): Venezu- Chávez. “Este triunfo se lo
ela obtuvo el jueves el respaldo dedicamos al comandante
necesario para conseguir un Chávez”, dijo el canciller, que
asiento no permanente en el recordó que la victoria de este
Consejo de Seguridad de las jueves es el fruto de la decisión
Naciones Unidas en la de enero de 2007 de Chávez de
votación que celebró la postular la candidatura de
Asamblea para renovar cinco Venezuela.
de los diez miembros no
El canciller habló junto a
permanentes del organismo. Samuel Moncada, embajador
El país sudamericano, que de Venezuela en la ONU, y
se presentó como único María Gabriel Chávez, hija del
candidato del grupo América fallecido expresidente y
Latina y el Caribe, consiguió embajadora alterna de Venezuel respaldo de 181ápaíses de ela en la ONU.
los 193 Estados miembros de
Con esta elección,áserá la
la Asamblea.áPara ser elegido quinta vez que el país
necesitaba el apoyo de dos sudamericano esté en el
tercios de los votos.
organismo.
El presidente Nicolás
Maduro anticipó que en el
Maduro
celebró
la Consejo la voz de Venezuela
designación y la consideró una será independiente. “A
ratificación mundial de la nosotros nadie nos da órdenes,
revolución socialista del país. ni Naciones Unidas ni nadie,
Maduro sostuvo que “181 tenemos el orgullo de ser una
países le han dicho a Venezu- patria unida”, afirmó y sostuvo
ela ‘aquí estamos, te que la tarea de Venezuela en el
respaldamos”’.
organismo será “buscar
En
una
alocución grandes cambios a favor de la
trasmitida por la estatal humanidad”.
Venezolana de Televisión el
En tanto, la embajadora de
mandatario agregó que “la voz Estados Unidos ante la ONU,
de Venezuela ha sido Samantha Power, lamentó la
reconocida, a pesar de las victoria del país sudamericano
presiones, las persecuciones, argumentando que no cumple
los chantajes... que hicieron los criterios como candidato al
por aquí y por allá”.
Consejo de Seguridad de
Por su parte, el canciller de contribuir al mantenimiento
Venezuela Rafael Ramírez, de la paz y seguridad
que se encontraba presente en internacional y a la promoción
la votación, agradeció el apoyo del respeto a los derechos
de la comunidad internacional humanos.
por la elección, que calificó de
“Los grupos regionales
“abrumadora” y “triunfo tienen la responsabilidad de
contundente”, a pesar, promover candidatos que
apuntó,á“de la continuada satisfagan estos criterios y
campaña de descrédito” con- apoyen totalmente los
tra Venezuela y sus principios de la Carta de las
instituciones.
Naciones Unidas”, dijo Power
El ministro dedicó la en un comunicado.
victoria
al
fallecido
Agregó que “desgraciada-
mente la conducta de Venezuela
en Naciones Unidas ha sido
contraria al espíritu de la Carta de
Naciones Unidas así como las
violaciones de los derechos
humanos en su país”.
El comunicado indicó que
Estados Unidos “continuará
pidiendo al gobierno de Venezuela que respete las libertades
fundamentales y los derechos
humanos universales de su
gente”.
Junto con Venezuela,
España también obtuvo un
asiento trasáimponerse a
Turquía enásegunda ronda.
España competía con Nueva
Zelanda y Turquía por uno de
los asientos del grupo de
Europa Occidental y otros
países, el único en el que había
más candidatos que plazas.
Mientras Nueza Zelanda
obtuvo el asiento en la primera
votación por 145 votos a favor,
Turquía y España no
obtuvieron los dos tercios
necesarios y tuvieron que ir a la
segunda ronda. En la segunda
ronda España consiguió la
victoria al obtener 132 votos a
favor sobre los 60 de Turquía.
Tras el anuncio de los
resultados la delegación
española presente en la
votación, y que estuvo
encabezada por el ministro de
Asuntos Exteriores José
Manuel García-Margallo,
saltó de alegría repartiendo
abrazos y felicitaciones.
Los otros países que
obtuvieron un asiento no
permanente fueron Angola,
candidata única para el grupo
de África y que alcanzó 190
votos, y Malasia, candidata
única para el grupo de Asia y
Pacífico y que recibió 187 votos.
La última vez que Venezuela intentó conseguir un asiento
fue en 2006 en unas elecciones
que se convirtieron en
históricas. Venezuela se
presentó junto con Guatemala
por el grupo América Latina y
el Caribe pero ninguno de los
dos obtuvo el apoyo necesario
y fueron necesarias 47 rondas
de votos. Finalmente, ambos
países decidieron retirarse y
Panamá se presentó como
candidato
alternativo,
ganando el asiento.
Los nuevos miembros
substituirán en enero de 2015
a los que se les acaba el
mandato este año: Venezuela
reemplazará a Argentina;
Nueva Zelanda y España a
Luxemburgo y Australia;
Angola a Ruanda y Malasia a
República de Corea.
El Consejo de Seguridad
está formado por 15 miembros,
10 de ellos son no permanentes,
su mandato es de dos años y es
rotatorio entre los países de los
grupos regionales que
representan, y cinco miembros
son permanentes -Estados
Unidos, Francia, Reino Unido,
China y Rusia-.
Los miembros permanentes
son los únicos que tienen
derecho a veto en las
votaciones del Consejo de
Seguridad para aprobar, por
ejemplo, resoluciones que
pueden ir desde crear una fuerza
de paz a apoyar, como fue en el
caso de Libia cuando el líder
del país Muamar Al Gadafi fue
derrocado,
intervenir
militarmente un país por
razones de paz y seguridad
internacional.
Chad, Chile, Jordania,
Lituania y Nigeria son los otros
cinco miembros no permanentes
que hay actualmente en el
consejo y cuyo mandato expira
a fines de 2015.
La Prensa—Michigan
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October 24, 2014
Detroit Institute of Arts celebrates opening of ofrenda exhibit
with exciting activities Friday, Oct. 24
Primera hispana en ser
honrada en el Salón de la
Fama de las Mujeres de
Michigan 2014: Marylou
Olivarez
Colombian soprano Catalina Cuervo to perform songs from Michigan Opera
Theatre’s upcoming Frida
The Detroit Institute of
Arts (DIA) will host a series
of activities celebrating the
opening of the museum’s
ofrenda exhibit on Friday,
Oct. 24, 2014. Festivities
begin at 8:00 p.m. with remarks by Detroit City
Council Member Raquel
Castaneda-López, followed by a performance by
Colombian
soprano
Catalina Cuervo of songs
from the Michigan Opera
Theatre’s (MOT) Frida,
opening next March in conjunction with the DIA’s
blockbuster exhibition Diego Rivera and Frida
Kahlo in Detroit. Afterwards, viewers will be invited to explore the exhibit.
The event is open to the
public and free with museum admission.
The DIA will exhibit 28
ofrendas created by local
artists from Friday, Oct. 24,
to Sunday, Nov. 2. An
ofrenda (offering) is an essential part of the traditional Mexican Day of the
Dead (Día de los Muertos)
holiday, a day to remember
and honor the memory of
deceased loved ones.
Ofrendas consist of a collection of objects meaningful to the deceased and
placed on altars as a welcome to those being remembered or honored.
Participating artists will
discuss their ofrendas in a
public talk on Nov. 2 at 2
p.m. at the museum. Also
on Nov. 2, the DIA will be
providing free continuous
bus transportation from
Clark Park in southwest
Detroit to the museum beginning at 1:30 p.m. Clark
Park will host its own dis-
play
of
ofrendas
created by
community members.
Cuervo,
who will
debut in
Detroit as
F r i d a
Kahlo, the
title role in
Frida, will
perform a
selection
of three
songs from
the opera
and give
visitors an
enticing
preview of
what’s to
come in
March.
Cuervo has
performed
at numerous opera Catalina
companies
and festivals around the
world, including the
Florida Grand Opera, Cincinnati Opera, Syracuse
Opera, Chicago Dance
Festival and in her native
city Medellin, Colombia.
She has performed the role
of Maria in Piazzolla’s
Maria de Buenos Aires
more than any opera singer
in the world.
Frida focuses on the
turbulent life of Frida
Kahlo and celebrates
Kahlo’s vivacious spirit,
talent, sexuality and fragility in scenes filled with
wide-ranging music as
complex and colorful as
Kahlo’s artwork. It will
open at the Macomb Cen-
Cuervo
ter for the Performing Arts,
March 7 and 8, 2015, followed by performances at
the Berman Center for the
Performing Arts, March 21
and 22, 2015 and at the
DIA’s Detroit Film Theatre,
March 28, 2015.
The opera is one of a series of regional events
scheduled to complement
the DIA’s special exhibition
Diego Rivera and Frida
Kahlo in Detroit, March 12
to July 12, 2015. The exhibition will explore the tumultuous and highly productive year that Mexican
artists Diego Rivera and
Frida Kahlo spent in Detroit, a pivotal turning point
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Vampire Bat exhibit opened October 18
On Oct. 18, 2014, the Toledo Zoo opened a new vampire bat exhibit at its awardwinning children’s zoo,
Nature’s Neighborhood.
Vampire bats (Desmodus
rotundus) are incorrectly notorious for their “Hollywood
reputations.” Although they
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kill their prey, and their teeth
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Toledo Zoo offers free Climate Change
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October 24, 2014
GOP districts isolated from demographic
changes
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By STEPHEN OHLEMACHER, Associated Press
WASHINGTON, DC,
Oct. 16, 2014 (AP): Some
demographers call it the
browning of the United
States. Fueled by immigration and higher birth rates
among Latinos and blacks,
the U.S. population is becoming less white.
These changes, however, have largely bypassed
congressional districts represented by Republicans,
adding to divisions between the GOP and Democrats on issues like immigration.
National GOP leaders
have been urging Republicans in Congress to reach
out to Latino voters on immigration, well aware that
Latinos are the nation’s
fastest-growing group.
Those calls have fallen
flat among many House Republicans, who have been
unwilling to advance legislation that would provide
a pathway to citizenship
for an estimated 11 million
immigrants living in the
U.S. without documentation.
Meanwhile, President
Barack Obama and Democrats in Congress have
made immigration overhaul a priority.
Demography helps explain the divide.
Following the 2010
census, Republican legislators in key states redrew
congressional districts in
ways that favored their candidates. That helped House
Republicans maintain a
33-seat majority in the
2012 election, but it left
many House Republicans
largely isolated from demographic changes sweeping much of the country.
While the United States
is becoming more diverse,
most congressional dis-
tricts represented by Republicans are overwhelmingly
white, with relatively few
minorities.
“That’s not going to last
forever,” said William Frey,
a demographer at The
Brookings Institution.
“Sooner or later, demography is not on the side of those
places staying isolated.”
On average, Republicanheld districts are 74 percent
white. Latinos make up 11
percent and blacks make up
9 percent.
By comparison, the average district represented by a
Democrat is 51 percent white,
23 percent Latino and 17
percent black—more diverse
than the country as a whole.
Nationally, non-Latino
whites make up 64 percent of
the country, a share that has
been declining for decades.
Over the next 30 years, the
Census Bureau projects that
whites will lose their majority status. Racial and ethnic
minorities already make up
about half of all children
under 5.
Latinos make up 17 percent of the U.S. population, a
share that will continue to
grow, according to US Census projections. That’s why
some Republican leaders are
concerned.
In the 2012 presidential
election, Republican Mitt
Romney got just 27 percent
of the Latino vote. Following the election, the Republican National Committee
conducted an analysis to see
what went wrong.
Among the RNC’s findings: “We must embrace and
champion comprehensive
immigration reform. If we do
not, our party’s appeal will
continue to shrink to its core
constituencies only.”
In the Senate, some Republicans had embraced the
immigration issue, led by
Sen. Marco Rubio of
Florida, a possible presidential contender in 2016;
however, under pressure
from the Tea Party, he
switched his support and is
now against comprehensive immigration reform.
Last year, 14 Senate Republicans joined with
Democrats to pass a comprehensive immigration
bill that would couple increased border security
with a path to citizenship
for those in the U.S. without
documentation.
In January, House Republican leaders unveiled
their principles for overhauling immigration laws.
They included a proposed
pathway to legal status for
millions of adults who live
in the U.S. unlawfully—after they pay back taxes and
fines—but not the route to
citizenship that Obama and
many Democrats favor.
Rank-and-file Republicans balked and some labeled the plan “amnesty.”
But House Speaker John
Boehner, R-Ohio, never
brought up a bill for a vote.
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Editors Note earlier this
year, The Associated Press
set the stage for its coverage of the midterm elections with a package that
explains the GOP’s yearlong effort to use the 2010
census to reshape House
districts in key states
through the redistricting
process, and the effect beyond 2014. The package
has been updated and is
available
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‘Modern Family’ actress
Elizabeth Peña dies at 55
By DERRIK J. LANG, AP Entertainment Writer
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 15,
2014 (AP): Elizabeth Peña,
the versatile actress who
shifted between dramatic
roles in such films as “Lone
Star” and comedic parts in
TV shows like “Modern Family,” has died. She was 55.
Peña’s manager, Gina
Rugolo, said Wednesday
the Cuban-American actress died Tuesday in Los
Angeles of natural causes
after a brief illness. No other
details were provided.
Born in Elizabeth, New
Jersey, to Cuban immigrant
parents, Peña’s Hollywood
career spanned four decades
and included roles in such
movies as “La Bamba,”
‘’Down and Out in Beverly
Hills,” ‘’Jacob’s Ladder” and
“Rush Hour.” In filmmaker
John Sayles’ “Lone Star,” she
memorably portrayed a history teacher who rekindles a
romance with an old flame,
played by Chris Cooper.
Peña appeared on such TV
shows as “L.A. Law,” ‘’Dream
On,” ‘’Resurrection Blvd.”
and “Modern Family,” where
she played the mother of Sofia
Vergara’s character, Gloria.
She starred in the 1980s
sitcom “I Married Dora” in
the titular role as a housekeeper from El Salvador who
weds her employer to avoid
deportation.
Peña also provided her
voice to Disney-Pixar’s “The
Incredibles,” the “Justice
League” cartoon series and
Seth MacFarlane’s “American Dad.”
Peña most recently appeared on the El Rey Network drama “Matador.”
“She was a role model, a
truly extraordinary performer and an inspiration
in every sense of the word,”
the network said in a statement. “Our thoughts are
with Elizabeth’s family
and friends during this difficult time. She will be
deeply missed.”
She is survived by her
husband, two children,
mother, and sister.
Cleveland doctor turns Latina artist
(Continued from Page 1 Lorain)
close to home. In 1936, when
Spain was involved in a civil
war, her maternal grandfather
disappeared in the chaos of
battle for nearly a year.
“Nobody knew if he was
dead or alive,” she recalled.
Her mother was determined
to find out what happened to
him, so she went to Madrid
and spoke to the Red Cross.
According to Dr. Pujana, her
grandfather was found about a
month later because of that
organization’s efforts. Her
mother became a donor in
Spain and continually urged
Dr. Pujana to get involved with
the Red Cross in Cleveland.
She presently serves on the
MetroHealth Foundation
Board, the advisory board of
the Cleveland Institute of Art,
the Helen Moss Cancer Research Foundation, and is a
member of the Cleveland Office of Minority Health advisory committee. Her philanthropic fields of concentration include economic development, minority health, arts
and culture education, and
international affairs.
She also has assisted El
Barrio, the Hispanic Cultural
Center, and other Latino
nonprofits, particularly to collaborate with other organizations and funders to stay true
to her roots.
Dr. Pujana was born in
Madrid, Spain, but spent her
youth in Colombia. She returned to Madrid at age 17,
where she earned her medical
degree from Universidad
Complutense and served as
the chief resident at Veteran’s
Hospitals
of
Madrid. Over time,
she found her way
to the United
States—first in San
Francisco, then
Cleveland in 1992.
She is now both
a clinical neurologist and neurophysiologist
with
MetroHealth System of Cleveland.
Dr. Pujana also
teaches at Case Western Reserve University in a pioneer
program that is geared toward
doctors and professionals. She
is a faculty member at CWRU’s
Center for Global Health and
Diseases in the School of Medicine. The class focuses on the
Latino population and their inclusion in the medical system
and process.
Her personal and professional philosophy has always
been “to do your best” and to
“keep your spirit alive.” She
has always considered it her life
mission to develop the “artistic
gifts” her parents gave her and
to help wherever and whenever
possible in honor of the lessons
her parents taught her.
She is married to Hugo
Urizar, the president of Advanced Translation Services.
She has two sons, Miro and
Marco. She also has two grandchildren—a boy and a girl.
She was inducted into the
Cleveland International Hall
of Fame in 2013.She graduated from Leadership Cleveland (class of 2005).
She received the 2011 Distinguished Ohioan Award, the
2010 TIE Ohio Community
Catalyst Award, the 2009
YWCA Women of Achievement Award, the 2008 Visionary Award from the Hispanic Business Association,
2003 Business Woman of the
Year from Score Magazine
Dr. Pujana is hoping to set
an example for young Latinos
and Latinas. She has encouraged her children and grandchildren to become bilingual
so they can both know their
heritage and be successful in
a global economy. She pushes
for the “academic success” of
young Latinos, especially if
they want to become scientists and engineers.
But she also knows that
“not everyone will be able to
go into those careers.” But
they must “train in something” and “do their absolute
best, no matter what it may
be.” But she believes there is
a place for everyone in their
future and wants to encourage them to “never lose their
spirit and passion.”
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BGSU to host Latino issues conference, book
reading
By Kevin Milliken, La Prensa Correspondent
Hispanic Heritage Month ence will be folofficially may be over for lowed by a Latino
another year, but Bowling night social and enGreen State University will tertainment, 6 to 8
still get in the act when it p.m.
host its 21st annual Latino
Meantime, a
Issues Conference on Thurs- pair of BGSU proday, Oct. 23, 2014.
fessors will read
The day-long event will from their recent
feature a town hall meeting works in both Enfor the community to en- glish and Spanish
gage in a dialogue about the night before the
immigration featuring a conference. Their
panel from both sides of the recent publications
complex issue. The confer- involve Latin American and
ence theme this year is: “A Latino/a issues.
Community at a Crossroads:
Dr. Valeria Grinberg Pla
The Intersections of Immi- will read from “Eva Perón:
gration and Identity.”
Cuerpo, genero, nación,” from
The keynote luncheon Editorial de la Universidad de
speaker will be Latino im- Costa Rica starting at 8 p.m.,
migrant and lesbian, gay, bi- Wednesday, Oct. 22, at Café
sexual, and transgender Havana, in Bowling Green.
(LGBT) activist Moises
Dr. Susana Peña will read
Serrano. He will
from “Oye Loca!:
speak first-hand
From the Mariel
about his jourBoatlift to Gay
ney as an unCuban Miami”
documented stuimmediately foldent and as a
lowing the first
member of the
reading. The bilinLGBT commugual presentations
nity.
will include a disThe annual
cussion with the
conference is
authors.
sponsored by
Her book foBGSU’s Office
cuses on Cubanof Multicultural Affairs and American gay male culture in
Latino Student Union. The Miami, Florida. The book won
conference will begin with a honorable mention for OutLatino Community and Cul- standing Book in Latino Studtural Festival, 9 to 11:30 a.m. ies by the Latino Studies Secin the Multipurpose Room. tion of Latin American StudThe free conference lun- ies Association and was
cheon will take place in the named as a finalist by Lambda
Grand Ballroom, noon to Literary Awards in LBGT Stud1:30 p.m. The town hall meet- ies category earlier this year.
ing/discussion will occur
“I have presented my refrom 2 to 4 p.m. The confer- search on this topic before at
places
l i k e
Rutgers
University,
Oberlin
College,
a n d
University
of California,
San Diego, for example,” said
Dr. Peña. “Since my book
has been published, I haven¹t
presented it at BGSU or in
Bowling Green. This event
gives me an opportunity to
share my finished work with
that community.”
She sees the coffeehouse
event as an extension of the
classroom.
“As university faculty, we
teach but we also research,
write, and present our scholarship,” said Dr. Peña. “I think
it is important for students to
see that their teachers are also
published authors and that
we engage in debates beyond
campus. Also, I like to tell
students about how the study
was conducted, what my challenges were, et cetera. I want
them to be able to imagine
themselves being researchers and writing a book.”
Dr. Peña’s text was written in English, so she will
read in English and provide
commentary in Spanish. Dr.
Grinberg Pla’s book was written in Spanish, so she will
read from the original, and a
graduate student will read
the English translation.
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Federal funds to help Lake Erie water quality
By Kevin Milliken, La Prensa Correspondent
Two Ohio congressional Environmental Prorepresentatives announced tection Agency
$7.4 million more in federal (Ohio EPA) will refunds that will help to deter- ceive more than $1.5
mine the cause of algal million. Michigan
blooms on Lake Erie re- and Indiana agensponsible for a water emer- cies also received
gency this summer for To- funds.
ledo-area water customers.
The grants will Sherrod
U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown
Brown
(D-Ohio) and U.S. Rep. be used to:
• Expand monitoring and
Marcy Kaptur (D-Ohio
Ninth District) held a joint forecasting to help drinking
press conference Monday, water treatment plant operaOct. 20, at the University of tors and beach managers miniToledo’s Lake Erie Center, mize the adverse health im6200 Bayshore Rd. in Or- pacts associated with algae
egon. Federal and state En- blooms;
• Provide more incentives
vironmental Protection
Agency officials joined in for farmers in western Lake
Erie watersheds to reduce phosthe announcement.
The overall goal is to phorus runoff that contributes
reduce phosphorus runoff to algae blooms; and
• Improve measurement of
into tributaries that feed
Lake Erie, which usually phosphorus loads in Lake Erie
results from nutrient break- tributaries.
down in manure and the use
The sampling and moniof fertilizers on farmland.
The grants are part of the toring of the Maumee River,
Great Lakes Restoration Ini- creeks, and streams is expected
tiative (GLRI), established to provide a scientific picture
to ensure clean, safe drink- of where conservation strateing water for communities gies and future infrastructure
along Lake Erie and other improvements can best be targeted to slow phosphorus and
watersheds.
“The reason Lake Erie is nutrient runoff into the lake.
“Great Lakes Restoration
the most vulnerable lake is
it’s the shallowest lake, Initiative resources are used
therefore the warmest lake to strategically to target the
and the most vulnerable to biggest threats to the Great
all kinds of pollutants,” said Lakes ecosystem,” said SuSen. Brown. “The runoff san Hedman, U.S. EPA Reinto the western basin of gion 5 administrator. “In adLake Erie comes from in- dition to generating toxins
dustry, people and commu- that pose a risk to human
nity developments, and the health, harmful algal blooms
largest catch-all, the harm shoreline economies and
Maumee River Basin with lead to low-oxygen dead
four million agricultural zones in the deeper waters of
acres. That’s why we have Lake Erie.”
In early August, the city of
this challenge that nobody
Toledo issued a do not drink
else does.”
order for
According to
almost
Congresswoman
500,000
Kaptur, 85 percent
people in
of the Lake Erie
Northwest
Watershed is agriO h i o
cultural—with two
when its
million people and
drinking
more than ten milw a t e r
lion animals. She
treatment
stated that because
plant was
of an advanced
adversely
farmland tile drain- Marcy
Kaptur
impacted
age system, manure
runoff after a rainstorm by microcystin, a toxin gener“shoots out into Lake Erie ated by a harmful algae bloom
in Lake Erie.
like a superhighway.”
According to Ms. Hedman,
“We need to do what’s
right—and it seems like the federal EPA convened a
there aren’t enough re- meeting shortly after the Tosources to do what’s neces- ledo water crisis with state and
sary here. This is a vast wa- federal agencies to identify
tershed, the largest on the their most immediate funding
Great Lakes” she said. “We needs to reduce pollutants that
have to get serious as a re- contribute to algae blooms in
gion and we have to grow a western Lake Erie.
This latest round of fundmore effective approach to
meet the magnitude of the ing will be accompanied by
challenge. We are talking other grants to pay for federal
agency projects to help the
about billions of dollars.”
Ohio was awarded the effort. Since the Toledo water
largest share of grant money crisis, nearly $15 million has
at $7.4 million. The Ohio been pledged toward various
Department of Natural Re- efforts to reduce the threat of
sources (ODNR) will receive algae blooms and improve
$5.9 million and the Ohio drinking water quality across
the region.
“The
importance of
taking a
r e gional
a p proach
to address the impact of harmful
algal blooms on Lake Erie is
imperative,” said James
Zehringer, Ohio DNR director. “These funds greatly
complement Ohio’s strategic approach to improving
water quality and protecting
Lake Erie, one of greatest
natural resources.”
“We will continue to work
with our state and federal
partners to improve our nutrient management efforts in
Ohio to ensure the health of
our waterways,” added
Craig Butler, Ohio EPA director.
Brown and Ms. Kaptur
both lamented the need for
even more funding for other
causes of Lake Erie pollution, which also contributes
to algae blooms. Brown
pegged the cost at properly
fixing sewage overflows
across northern Ohio at more
than $1 billion.
“We need to address the
problem of combined sewer
overflow better than we
have. It’s an enduring problem and a persistent problem
as we starve infrastructure in
this country,” Sen. Brown
said. “We don’t do enough
on combined sewer overflow,
especially in small town
Ohio.”
Ms. Kaptur stated there
are two dozen to three dozen
combined sewer overflow
problems that need funding
in northern Ohio alone. She
lamented that it took her 15
years to successfully fight to
receive funding for just one
project.
Ms. Kaptur also noted
the absence of the U.S. Army
Corps of Engineers from the
cooperative tone of the
press conference, calling on
the federal agency to stop
the practice of open lake
dumping of dredging material. Scientists have stated
the practice stirs up phosphorus that has settled along
the lake bottom, contributing to the algae bloom problem along with the other
possible causes. Ms. Kaptur
and Rep. Bob Latta (R-Ohio
Fifth District) are backing a
bill that would ban open
lake dumping.
“That should drive the
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers nuts—good,” said Ms.
Kaptur. “We need to think
about to deal with that dredging material. It is a major
question what we do with it
and the solution is not cheap,
but it’s part of a broader plan
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La Prensa
FLOC continues to pressure R.J. Reynolds
By Federico Martínez, Special to La Prensa
Oct.
10,
2014:
Baldemar Velásquez,
president of Toledo,
Ohio-based Farm Labor
Organizing Committee
(FLOC), on Saturday announced FLOC is stepping up efforts to pressure
tobacco companies to
address the problem of
thousands of young children, some as young as 7years-old, working in tobacco fields.
FLOC has been trying
Mexican Consul Solana with FLOC’s Baldemar Velásquez
for several years to get tobacco companies to allow would eliminate any need discuss and network about
farmworkers the right to for employee union repre- the issues that challenge
for a union without fear of sentation by promising to the tobacco industry, inretaliation. There are cur- set up a complaint system cluding the elimination of
rently no laws that pro- for workers. That proposed child labor in the tobacco
tect the right of tobacco plan failed to include any fields globally. But orgafarmworkers to form a guarantee that employees nizers refused to allow
union or bargain collec- would be safe from retalia- Velásquez to attend the
tively, said Velásquez. tion. It also failed to include session.
The issue of child labor how human rights abuses
FLOC arranged for a
would be much easier to would be addressed.
separate session to be held
address if workers were
R.J. Reynolds officials later in the day and forum
able to unionize, he said. could not be reached for attendees were invited to
“There is no reason, in comment.
Velásquez’s session.
this day and age, in the
Human Rights Watch re- Velásquez pointed out that
wealthiest economy in the cently released a report docu- FLOC had ended child laworld, that children are menting child labor in bor in the tomato and cuworking in the tobacco United States tobacco fields cumber fields of Ohio.
fields of North Carolina throughout North Carolina,
“If we could do it in
or anywhere else in the Kentucky, Tennessee, and Ohio, than we can do it in
US where tobacco is Virginia, where 90 percent North Carolina and anygrown,” said Velásquez.
of the country’s tobacco is where else in the US where
FLOC earlier this grown. The report docu- tobacco is grown,” he said.
month began signing up ments serious health probAlthough many child
thousands of non-H2A to- lems among the children labor advocates call for
bacco farm workers in working in the fields.
more government regulaNorth Carolina, KenThe report came as no sur- tion, Velásquez said that
tucky, and Tennessee. prise to Velásquez, who says “the tobacco companies
FLOC is asking that the the issue of child labor in and leaf merchants have a
tobacco companies pro- agriculture will not go away responsibility to put into
tect their right to freedom as long as farmworkers re- practice the human rights
of association without re- main part of a “shadow work protocols they espouse
taliation on contract force.”
including the elimination
farms. There are no laws
FLOC represents and ad- of child labor and freedom
which protect the right of vocates for tobacco of association and not
a tobacco farm worker to farmworkers in North Caro- waiting for government acform a union or bargain lina and the South, and has tion.”
collectively
a collective agreement with
Child labor is a sympVelásquez said on Sat- the North Carolina Grow- tom of the inequities in the
urday that that effort will ers Association which cov- supply chain at the point
“continue moving for- ers the H2A workers who of tobacco production; and
ward.”
come from Mexico to work ending child labor isn’t
FLOC has been trying in the tobacco fields in the just about pulling children
for years – with little suc- United States.
out of the fields but also
cess – to get tobacco comVelásquez had planned dealing with the economic
panies to address horren- to share his plan to elimi- inequities which forces
dous work and living con- nate child labor in United children into the fields so
ditions reported by to- States tobacco fields to the that their families can surbacco farmworkers and to Global Tobacco Network- vive.
allow workers the right to ing Forum at The Green“The fact is, that there
seek union representation. brier, held October 3, 2014 is no tobacco farm in the
Earlier this year to- in White Sulphur Springs, US where workers have
bacco industry giant, R.J. West Virginia.
freedom of association
Reynolds Tobacco ComOver 200 tobacco com- without retaliation where
pany, hired a public rela- pany executives from child labor exists,” he said.
tions firm to design a around the world attended “The workers would not
vaguely worded plan that the forum tobacco forum to allow it.”
October 24, 2014
Report highlights child labor on United
States tobacco farms
RICHMOND, Va., May
14, 2014 (AP): An international rights group is pushing the federal government
and the tobacco industry
to take further steps to protect children working on
U.S. tobacco farms.
A report released
Wednesday by Human
Rights Watch claims that
children as young as 7 are
sometimes working long
hours in fields harvesting
nicotine- and pesticidelaced tobacco leaves under sometimes hazardous
conditions. Most of what
the group documented is
legal, but it wants cigarette
makers to push for safety
on farms from which they
buy tobacco.
Human Rights Watch
details findings from interviews with more than 140
children working on farms
in North Carolina, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Virginia, where a majority of
the country’s tobacco is
grown.
“The U.S. has failed
America’s families by not
meaningfully protecting
child farmworkers from
dangers to their health and
safety, including on tobacco farms,” said Margaret Wurth, children’s rights
researcher and co-author of
the report.
Human Rights Watch
met with many of the
world’s biggest cigarette
makers and tobacco suppliers to discuss its findings and push them to
adopt or strengthen policies to prevent the practices in their supply chains.
The companies say they
are concerned about child
labor in their supply chains
and have developed standards, including requiring
growers to provide a safe
work environment and adhere to child labor laws,
the group said.
“This report uncovers
serious child labor abuses
that should not occur on
any farm, anywhere,” André
Calantzopoulos, CEO of
Philip Morris International
Inc., the world’s second-biggest cigarette seller, said in a
statement. “More work remains to be done to eliminate child and other labor
abuses in tobacco growing.”
Altria Group Inc., owner
of the nation’s biggest cigarette maker, Philip Morris
USA, said it wants suppliers
to follow the law. But Altria
spokesman Jeff Caldwell
also said that restricting tobacco work to people 18 and
over “is really contrary to a
lot of the current practices
that are in place in the U.S.
and is at odds in these communities where family farming is really a way of life.”
About 736,500 children
under 18 were reported to
have worked on U.S. farms
in 2012, but there are no
figures for children working
on tobacco farms, according
to the federally funded National Children’s Center for
Rural and Agricultural
Health and Safety.
Less than 1 percent of U.S.
farmland grows tobacco, according to the 2012 Census
of Agriculture.
According to the Human
Rights Watch report, U.S. agriculture labor laws allow
children to work longer
hours at younger ages and in
more hazardous conditions
than children in any other
industry. With their parent’s
permission, children as
young as 12 can be hired for
unlimited hours outside of
school hours on a farm of
any size. And there’s no minimum age for children to
work on small farms.
In 2011, the Labor Department proposed changes
that would have prohibited
children under 16 from working on tobacco farms, but they
were withdrawn in 2012.
Nearly three-quarters of
the children interviewed in
2012 and 2013 reported vomiting, nausea and headaches
while working on tobacco
farms. The symptoms they
reported are consistent with
nicotine poisoning often
called Green Tobacco Sickness, which occurs when
workers absorb nicotine
through their skin while
handling tobacco plants.
Those interviewed,
many of whom were children of Latino immigrants
but were often U.S. citizens
themselves, also reported
worked long hours, often in
extreme heat, without overtime pay or sufficient breaks
and wore no, or inadequate,
protective gear.
“The conditions are inhumane and they should
improve them,” said 17year-old Erick García, of
Kinston, North Carolina,
who has been working in
tobacco fields since he was
11. His parents were also
farm workers, and he started
working with them to help
the family earn more
money.
Additionally, García
said kids should primarily
focus on school and
shouldn’t be in the fields:
“That’s not a place for children,” he said.
Republican Kentucky
state Sen. Paul Hornback,
who started worked in tobacco fields when he was
10 and now farms about 100
acres of tobacco in Shelby
County, Kentucky, said he
adheres to federal regulations to keep his workers
safe but doesn’t believe further restrictions are needed.
“People get pretty extreme about trying to protect everybody from everything,” Hornback said. “It’s
hard manual labor, but
there’s nothing wrong with
hard manual labor.”
Editor’s Note: This article was published on page
2 of the May 23, 2014 issue
of La Prensa but is important enough to be re-published especially in light of
FLOC’s efforts to eliminate
such child labor in the tobacco fields.
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partners on preparedness efforts for Ebola
Baldemar Velásquez
HOW TO END CHILD
LABOR IN US TOBACCO
FIELDS
by Baldemar Velásquez, President,
Farm Labor Organizing Committee, AFL-CIO (FLOC)
Human Rights Watch re- to agricultural workers.
leased a report document- Many tobacco companies
ing child labor in US to- and leaf merchants have
bacco fields throughout “codes of conduct” and
North Carolina, Kentucky, “protocols” that refer to the
Tennessee, and Virginia, United Nations Universal
where 90% of the country’s Declaration on Human
tobacco is grown. The re- Rights, but these have no
port documents serious application in reality.
health problems among the There is nothing that guarchildren working in the antees freedom of associafields, some as young as 7 tion without retaliation in
years old, along with dan- the tobacco fields.
gerous working condiIn 1935, President
tions, long hours and low Franklin Roosevelt signed
pay. This report comes as into law the National Lano surprise. The issue of bor Relations Act when we
child labor in agriculture still had child labor in the
will not go away as long as mines and mills of
farmworkers remain part of America. Agricultural
a shadow work force.
workers were excluded
It is good to strengthen from that law. It is time to
child labor laws as this will modernize labor relations
set the bar. However, in and in agriculture and give
of themselves stronger laws farm workers and small
will not solve the problem farmers the right to bargain
of child labor. Children with the corporations who
have to work in tobacco to use their labor. The federal
help their families to sur- government and Congress
vive because their parents must take concrete steps to
don’t earn living wages. guarantee freedom of asTaking children out of this sociation to farm workers.
work can create problems
The tobacco compafor farm worker families. It nies and leaf merchants
decreases the family’s have a responsibility to put
needed income, it creates a into practice the human
day care problem for the rights protocols they esparents, it disrupts hous- pouse including the elimiing and acreage assign- nation of child labor and
ments that many times al- freedom of association and
low a family to secure em- not waiting for governployment. And replacing ment action. The Dunlop
child workers with undocu- Agricultural Workers
mented, exploited migrant Commission provides a
workers is not the solution. structure and process that
If child labor is to be allows for freedom of assoeliminated, we really have ciation to move ahead in
to address all these issues, US tobacco fields. FLOC
which leads us to the heart invites the tobacco comof the problem.
panies and leaf merchants
The only effective way to become part of the
to end child labor is to ex- Dunlop Agricultural Worktend long denied labor ers Commission which esrights of freedom of asso- tablishes a National Labor
ciation and right to bar- Relations Board by private
gain to farm workers. Given agreement; and through
that opportunity, the farm freedom of association
workers themselves will child labor in the US touse collective bargaining bacco fields will be elimito address precarious nated once and for all.
wages, job insecurity and
the impact of poverty and
Editor’s Note: Mr.
hunger, as well as child Velásquez had wanted to
labor. In the US, where farm present the above report
workers are organized and at the Global Tobacco Netbargain collectively, there working Forum, October
is no child labor.
3, 2014, White Sulphur
A more relevant legisla- Springs, WV, but was detive effort to end child la- nied the presentation or
bor is to extend labor rights forum to present.
Bowling Green, OH Wood County Health District is monitoring the situation and is in close contact
with Ohio Department of
Health and reviewing information from the Centers for
Disease Control (CDC)
daily. As the situation
evolves, the CDC guidance
may change. We will continue to work to keep everyone informed.
The Wood County Health
District has met and will continue to meet with public
health partners, including the
Wood County Hospital,
Wood County Emergency
Management Agency, BGSU
and other agencies and organizations, to discuss potential scenarios and response
plans.
The Health District has
taken an active role in seeking and sharing the latest
information with our part-
ners, including sharing the
latest screening guidance
with area physicians’ offices
and the Wood County Hospital. The Health District is also
working on sharing guidance
with Wood County EMS, Law
Enforcement and other First
Responders.
The CDC information states
that the virus is transmitted by
blood and body fluids or items
that have contacted blood or
bodily fluids of a person sick
with Ebola. People are not able
to spread the virus until they
begin showing symptoms.
Flu season is approaching
so there will be people with
fevers and some symptoms that
are similar to those of Ebola but
the important point to remember is that people who have
traveled to certain countries in
West Africa, healthcare providers who have treated Ebola patients and others in close contact with Ebola patients are at
the highest risk of getting sick
because they may come in
contact with the blood or
body fluids of the Ebola patient. There are no active
Ebola cases in Ohio.
Based on the current CDC
guidance, healthcare workers and first responders are
advised to treat people they
suspect as having Ebola virus as they would with other
potentially infectious diseases that are spread through
body fluids such as HIV or
Hepatitis.
This is a good time for
health care employees and
first responders to review their
response plans, update any
screening tools, refresh blood
borne pathogen training, and
review proper methods of putting on and taking off personal protective equipment
such as masks and gloves and
to practice proper use of personal protective equipment.
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Festival from 2-4 p.m., Sat.,
Oct. 25, 2014 on the LCCC
campus.
Children are encouraged to
wear Halloween costumes and
trick-or-treat on Boo Boulevard.
Other activities include:
crafts, pictures in costumes for
$3, and fair game tickets for $1
each or 6 for $5.
Evening events for ages 14
and older will be held from 610 p.m. in the Ewing Center
Fieldhouse. Events are:
• Backlight Costume Dance:
tickets are $10 each, light refreshments included. Prizes
will be awarded for best costume, runner up, and best
couples costume. Participants
can have pictures taken for $5.
• Laser Tag and Archery:
tickets are $5 each
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Octubre 24, 2014
AVISO DE ELECCIÓN SOBRE LA EMISIÓN DE BONOS
R.C. 133.18, 3501.11(G)
Distrito Escolar de la Ciudad de North Olmsted
___________________________
Se da aviso por la presente de que en cumplimiento con la Resolución de la Junta
de Educación del Distrito Escolar de la Ciudad de North Olmsted, Condado de
Cuyahoga, Ohio, aprobada el día 23 de julio de 2014, se someterá a votación del
pueblo en la Elección General que se celebrará en los lugares habituales de
votación el martes, día 4 de noviembre de 2014, la pregunta de la emisión de bonos
en la cantidad capital de ochenta millones quinientos setenta y siete mil dólares
($80,577,000) con el fin de construir, añadir, renovar, remodelar, amueblar, equipar
y mejorar los edificios y las instalaciones del Distrito Escolar y adquirir, mejorar y
equipar los bienes raíces de dichos edificios e instalaciones. El número máximo
de años durante los que se puede pagar el capital de los bonos es 34 años. La
recaudación anual adicional promedio estimada del impuesto sobre la propiedad
asciende a 54.5 centavos por cada cien dólares de valoración tributaria, lo cual
representa 5.45 milésimos por cada dólar de valoración tributaria, en exceso del
límite tributario calculado y certificado por el Funcionario Fiscal del Condado. El
primer año calendario en que se espera el vencimiento del impuesto es el 2015.
El día de las elecciones los centros electorales abrirán a las 6:30 a.m. y
permanecerán abiertos hasta las 7:30 p.m.
POR ORDEN DE LA JUNTA ELECTORAL DEL CONDADO DE CUYAHOGA
INAJO DAVIS CHAPPELL, PRESIDENTE
PAT MCDONALD, DIRECTOR
l.p. 17, 24 de octubre
AVISO DE ELECCIÓN SOBRE LA EMISIÓN DE BONOS
R.C. 133.18, 3501.11(G)
Ciudad de University Heights
___________________________
Se da aviso por la presente de que en cumplimiento con una Resolución del Consejo
de la Ciudad de University Heights, Condado de Cuyahoga, Ohio aprobada el día
28 de julio de 2014, se someterá a votación del pueblo en la Elección General que
se celebrará en los lugares habituales de votación el martes, día 4 de noviembre
de 2014, la pregunta de la emisión de bonos en la cantidad capital de un millón
ochocientos mil dólares ($1,800,000) con el fin de pagar los costos de la mejora de
los parques de la Ciudad y las instalaciones recreativas mediante la construcción
y equipamiento de un área de parque público y las mejoras relacionadas. El número
máximo de años durante los que se puede pagar el capital de los bonos es 15 años.
La recaudación anual adicional promedio estimada del impuesto sobre la propiedad
asciende a 7 centavos por cada cien dólares de valoración tributaria, lo cual
representa 0.7 milésimos por cada dólar de valoración tributaria, en exceso del
límite tributario calculado y certificado por el Funcionario Fiscal del Condado. El
primer año calendario en que se espera el vencimiento del impuesto es el 2015.
El día de las elecciones los centros electorales abrirán a las 6:30 a.m. y
permanecerán abiertos hasta las 7:30 p.m.
POR ORDEN DE LA JUNTA ELECTORAL DEL CONDADO DE CUYAHOGA
INAJO DAVIS CHAPPELL, PRESIDENTE
PAT MCDONALD, DIRECTOR
l.p. 17, 24 de octubre
Aviso de Elección sobre la Proposición
de Agrupación de Gas Ciudad de Beachwood
R.C. 3501.11(G)
_________________________
Por la presente se da aviso de que en cumplimiento de la Ordenanza del Consejo
de la Ciudad de Beachwood, Condado de Cuyahoga, Ohio, aprobada el día 21 de
julio de 2014, se someterá a votación del pueblo de la Ciudad de Beachwood en la
Elección General que se celebrará en los lugares habituales de votación el martes,
día 4 de noviembre de 2014, la pregunta de: ¿Deberá la Ciudad de Beachwood tener
la autoridad de agrupar las cargas de gas natural minoristas ubicadas en la Ciudad
de Beachwood y, con ese fin, llegar a acuerdos de servicios para facilitar la
compraventa de gas natural para esas cargas, y deberá dicha agrupación suceder
automáticamente excepto cuando alguna persona decida no participar?
El día de las elecciones los centros electorales abrirán a las 6:30 a.m. y
permanecerán abiertos hasta las 7:30 p.m.
POR ORDEN DE LA JUNTA ELECTORAL DEL CONDADO DE CUYAHOGA
INAJO DAVIS CHAPPELL, PRESIDENTE
PAT MCDONALD, DIRECTOR
l.p. 17, 24 de octubre
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Aviso de Elección sobre la Proposición
de Agrupación Eléctrica Municipio de Gates Mills
R.C. 3501.11(G)
_________________________
Por la presente se da aviso de que en cumplimiento de la Ordenanza del Consejo
del Municipio de Gates Mills, Condado de Cuyahoga, Ohio, aprobada el día 8 de
julio de 2014, se someterá a votación del pueblo del Municipio de Gates Mills en
la Elección General que se celebrará en los lugares habituales de votación el
martes, día 4 de noviembre de 2014, la pregunta de: ¿Deberá el Municipio de Gates
Mills tener la autoridad de agrupar las cargas eléctricas minoristas en el Municipio
de Gates Mills, y con ese fin, llegar a acuerdos de servicios para facilitar la
compraventa de electricidad para esas cargas, y deberá dicha agrupación suceder
automáticamente excepto cuando alguna persona decida no participar?
El día de las elecciones los centros electorales abrirán a las 6:30 a.m. y
permanecerán abiertos hasta las 7:30 p.m.
POR ORDEN DE LA JUNTA ELECTORAL DEL CONDADO DE CUYAHOGA
INAJO DAVIS CHAPPELL, PRESIDENTE
PAT MCDONALD, DIRECTOR
l.p. 17, 24 de octubre
Aviso de Elección sobre la Proposición
de Agrupación de Gas Municipio de Gates Mills
R.C. 3501.11(G)
_________________________
Por la presente se da aviso de que en cumplimiento de la Ordenanza del Consejo
del Municipio de Gates Mills, Condado de Cuyahoga, Ohio, aprobada el día 8 de
julio de 2014, se someterá a votación del pueblo del Municipio de Gates Mills en
la Elección General que se celebrará en los lugares habituales de votación el
martes, día 4 de noviembre de 2014, la pregunta de: ¿Deberá el Municipio de Gates
Mills tener la autoridad de agrupar las cargas de gas natural minoristas en el
Municipio de Gates Mills, y con ese fin, llegar a acuerdos de servicios para facilitar
la compraventa de gas natural para esas cargas, y deberá dicha agrupación
suceder automáticamente excepto cuando alguna persona decida no participar?
El día de las elecciones los centros electorales abrirán a las 6:30 a.m. y
permanecerán abiertos hasta las 7:30 p.m.
POR ORDEN DE LA JUNTA ELECTORAL DEL CONDADO DE CUYAHOGA
INAJO DAVIS CHAPPELL, PRESIDENTE
PAT MCDONALD, DIRECTOR
l.p. 17, 24 de octubre
Aviso de Elección sobre la Proposición
de Agrupación de Gas Ciudad de Richmond Heights
R.C. 3501.11(G)
_________________________
Por la presente se da aviso de que en cumplimiento de la Ordenanza del Consejo
de la Ciudad de Richmond Heights, Condado de Cuyahoga, Ohio, aprobada el día
22 de julio de 2014, se someterá a votación del pueblo de la Ciudad de Richmond
Heights en la Elección General que se celebrará en los lugares habituales de
votación el martes, día 4 de noviembre de 2014, la pregunta de: ¿Deberá la Ciudad
de Richmond Heights tener la autoridad de agrupar las cargas de gas natural
minoristas ubicadas en la Ciudad de Richmond Heights y, con ese fin, llegar a
acuerdos de servicios para facilitar la compraventa de gas natural para esas
cargas, y deberá dicha agrupación suceder automáticamente excepto cuando
alguna persona decida no participar?
El día de las elecciones los centros electorales abrirán a las 6:30 a.m. y
permanecerán abiertos hasta las 7:30 p.m.
POR ORDEN DE LA JUNTA ELECTORAL DEL CONDADO DE CUYAHOGA
INAJO DAVIS CHAPPELL, PRESIDENTE
PAT MCDONALD, DIRECTOR
l.p. 17, 24 de octubre
Happy Birthday Joe Martinez III
October 23
Happy 6th Birthday
Kaniya D.
Carmona
October 6
--Love, tu papa,
JD Carmona
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AVISO DE LA ELECCIÓN SOBRE LA RECAUDACIÓN DE UN
IMPUESTO EN EXCESO DEL LÍMITE DE DIEZ MILÉSIMOS
R.C. 3501.11(G), 5705.19, 5705.25
Distrito Escolar de la Ciudad de Bedford
___________________________
Se da aviso por la presente de que en cumplimiento con la Resolución de la Junta
de Educación del Distrito Escolar de la Ciudad de Bedford, Condado de Cuyahoga,
Ohio, aprobada el día 29 de mayo de 2014, se someterá a votación del pueblo en
la Elección General que se celebrará en los lugares habituales de votación el
martes, día 4 de noviembre de 2014, la pregunta de recaudar un impuesto, en
exceso del límite de diez milésimos, para el beneficio del Distrito Escolar de la
Ciudad de Bedford, con el fin de cubrir los gastos actuales. Dicho impuesto es un
impuesto adicional a una tasa que no exceda los 4.9 milésimos por cada dólar de
valoración, lo cual representa 49 centavos por cada cien dólares de valoración, por
un período continuado de tiempo, comenzando en el 2014, con el primer vencimiento
en el año calendario del 2015.
El día de las elecciones los centros electorales abrirán a las 6:30 a.m. y
permanecerán abiertos hasta las 7:30 p.m.
POR ORDEN DE LA JUNTA ELECTORAL DEL CONDADO DE CUYAHOGA
INAJO DAVIS CHAPPELL, PRESIDENTE
PAT MCDONALD, DIRECTOR
OctoberPa13e
24, 2014
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AVISO DE LA ELECCIÓN SOBRE LA RECAUDACIÓN DE UN
IMPUESTO EN EXCESO DEL LÍMITE DE DIEZ MILÉSIMOS
R.C. 3501.11(G), 5705.19, 5705.25
Distrito Escolar de la Ciudad de Euclid
___________________________
Se da aviso por la presente de que en cumplimiento con la Resolución de la Junta
de Educación del Distrito Escolar de la Ciudad de Euclid, Condado de Cuyahoga,
Ohio, aprobada el día 9 de junio de 2014, se someterá a votación del pueblo en la
Elección General que se celebrará en los lugares habituales de votación el martes,
día 4 de noviembre de 2014, la pregunta de recaudar un impuesto, en exceso del
límite de diez milésimos, para el beneficio del Distrito Escolar de la Ciudad de
Euclid, con el fin de constituir un impuesto para el beneficio de la Biblioteca Pública
de Euclid con el propósito cubrir los gastos actuales. Dicho impuesto es una
renovación y un aumento de un impuesto a una tasa que no exceda los 5.6
milésimos por cada dólar de valoración, lo cual representa 56 centavos por cada
cien dólares de valoración, por cinco años, comenzando en el 2014, con el primer
vencimiento en el año calendario del 2015.
El día de las elecciones los centros electorales abrirán a las 6:30 a.m. y
permanecerán abiertos hasta las 7:30 p.m.
POR ORDEN DE LA JUNTA ELECTORAL DEL CONDADO DE CUYAHOGA
INAJO DAVIS CHAPPELL, PRESIDENTE
PAT MCDONALD, DIRECTOR
l.p. 17, 24 de octubre de 2014
l.p. 17, 24 de octubre de 2014
AVISO DE LA ELECCIÓN SOBRE LA RECAUDACIÓN DE UN
IMPUESTO EN EXCESO DEL LÍMITE DE DIEZ MILÉSIMOS
R.C. 3501.11(G), 5705.19, 5705.25
Distrito Escolar de la Ciudad de Berea
___________________________
Se da aviso por la presente de que en cumplimiento con la Resolución de la Junta
de Educación del Distrito Escolar de la Ciudad de Berea, Condado de Cuyahoga,
Ohio, aprobada el día 26 de junio de 2014, se someterá a votación del pueblo en
la Elección General que se celebrará en los lugares habituales de votación el
martes, día 4 de noviembre de 2014, la pregunta de recaudar un impuesto, en
exceso del límite de diez milésimos, para el beneficio del Distrito Escolar de la
Ciudad de Berea, con el fin de cubrir los gastos actuales. Dicho impuesto es un
impuesto adicional a una tasa que no exceda los 3.9 milésimos por cada dólar de
valoración, lo cual representa 39 centavos por cada cien dólares de valoración, por
un período continuado de tiempo, comenzando en el 2014, con el primer vencimiento
en el año calendario del 2015.
El día de las elecciones los centros electorales abrirán a las 6:30 a.m. y
permanecerán abiertos hasta las 7:30 p.m.
POR ORDEN DE LA JUNTA ELECTORAL DEL CONDADO DE CUYAHOGA
INAJO DAVIS CHAPPELL, PRESIDENTE
PAT MCDONALD, DIRECTOR
AVISO DE LA ELECCIÓN SOBRE LA RECAUDACIÓN DE UN
IMPUESTO EN EXCESO DEL LÍMITE DE DIEZ MILÉSIMOS
R.C. 3501.11(G), 5705.19, 5705.25
Colegio Comunitario de Cuyahoga
___________________________
Se da aviso por la presente de que en cumplimiento con la Resolución de la Junta
de Síndicos del Colegio Comunitario de Cuyahoga, Condado de Cuyahoga, Ohio,
aprobada el día 19 de junio de 2014, se someterá a votación del pueblo en la
Elección General que se celebrará en los lugares habituales de votación el martes,
día 4 de noviembre de 2014, la pregunta de recaudar un impuesto, en exceso del
límite de diez milésimos, para el beneficio del Colegio Comunitario de Cuyahoga,
con el fin de financiar los costos operativos de los servicios educativos. Dicho
impuesto es una renovación y un aumento de un impuesto a una tasa que no exceda
los 2.1 milésimos por cada dólar de valoración, lo cual representa 21 centavos por
cada cien dólares de valoración, por diez años, comenzando en el 2014, con el
primer vencimiento en el año calendario del 2015.
El día de las elecciones los centros electorales abrirán a las 6:30 a.m. y
permanecerán abiertos hasta las 7:30 p.m.
POR ORDEN DE LA JUNTA ELECTORAL DEL CONDADO DE CUYAHOGA
INAJO DAVIS CHAPPELL, PRESIDENTE
PAT MCDONALD, DIRECTOR
l.p. 17, 24 de octubre de 2014
l.p. 17, 24 de octubre de 2014
AVISO DE LA ELECCIÓN SOBRE LA RECAUDACIÓN DE UN
IMPUESTO EN EXCESO DEL LÍMITE DE DIEZ MILÉSIMOS
R.C. 3501.11(G), 5705.19, 5705.25
Distrito Escolar de la Ciudad de Brecksville-Broadview Heights
AVISO DE LA ELECCIÓN SOBRE LA RECAUDACIÓN
DE UN IMPUESTO EN EXCESO DEL LÍMITE
DE DIEZ MILÉSIMOS
R.C. 3501.11(G), 5705.19, 5705.25
Distrito Escolar de la Ciudad de Garfield Heights
___________________________
Se da aviso por la presente de que en cumplimiento con la Resolución de la Junta
de Educación del Distrito Escolar de la Ciudad de Brecksville-Broadview Heights,
Condado de Cuyahoga, Ohio, aprobada el día 23 de junio de 2014, se someterá a
votación del pueblo en la Elección General que se celebrará en los lugares
habituales de votación el martes, día 4 de noviembre de 2014, la pregunta de
recaudar un impuesto, en exceso del límite de diez milésimos, para el beneficio del
Distrito Escolar de la Ciudad de Brecksville-Broadview Heights, con el fin de cubrir
los gastos actuales y la adquisición, construcción, ampliación, renovación y
financiamiento de mejoras permanentes. Dicho impuesto es un impuesto adicional
a una tasa que no exceda los 6.8 milésimos por cada dólar de valoración, lo cual
representa 68 centavos por cada cien dólares de valoración, por un período
continuado de tiempo, comenzando en el 2015, con el primer vencimiento en el año
calendario del 2016.
___________________________
Se da aviso por la presente de que en cumplimiento con la Resolución de la Junta
de Educación del Distrito Escolar de la Ciudad de Garfield Heights, Condado de
Cuyahoga, Ohio, aprobada el día 16 de julio de 2014, se someterá a votación del
pueblo en la Elección General que se celebrará en los lugares habituales de
votación el martes, día 4 de noviembre de 2014, la pregunta de recaudar un
impuesto, en exceso del límite de diez milésimos, para el beneficio del Distrito
Escolar de la Ciudad de Garfield Heights con el fin de disponer mejoras generales
permanentes. Dicho impuesto es un impuesto adicional a una tasa que no exceda
1 milésimo por cada dólar de valoración, lo cual representa 10 centavos por cada
cien dólares de valoración, por un período continuado de tiempo, comenzando en
el 2014, con el primer vencimiento en el año calendario del 2015.
El día de las elecciones los centros electorales abrirán a las 6:30 a.m. y
permanecerán abiertos hasta las 7:30 p.m.
El día de las elecciones los centros electorales abrirán a las 6:30 a.m. y
permanecerán abiertos hasta las 7:30 p.m.
POR ORDEN DE LA JUNTA ELECTORAL DEL CONDADO DE CUYAHOGA
INAJO DAVIS CHAPPELL, PRESIDENTE
PAT MCDONALD, DIRECTOR
POR ORDEN DE LA JUNTA ELECTORAL DEL CONDADO DE CUYAHOGA
INAJO DAVIS CHAPPELL, PRESIDENTE
PAT MCDONALD, DIRECTOR
l.p. 17, 24 de octubre de 2014
l.p. 17, 24 de octubre de 2014
Octubre 24, 2014
La Prensa—AVISOS
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AVISO DE LA ELECCIÓN SOBRE LA RECAUDACIÓN DE UN
IMPUESTO EN EXCESO DEL LÍMITE DE DIEZ MILÉSIMOS
R.C. 3501.11(G), 5705.19, 5705.25
Ciudad de Berea
AVISO DE LA ELECCIÓN SOBRE LA RECAUDACIÓN DE UN
IMPUESTO EN EXCESO DEL LÍMITE DE DIEZ MILÉSIMOS
R.C. 3501.11(G), 5705.19, 5705.25
Ciudad de Maple Heights
___________________________
Se da aviso por la presente de que en cumplimiento con la Resolución del Consejo
de la Ciudad de Berea, Condado de Cuyahoga, Ohio, aprobada el día 21 de abril de
2014, se someterá a votación del pueblo en la Elección General que se celebrará
en los lugares habituales de votación el martes, día 4 de noviembre de 2014, la
pregunta de recaudar un impuesto, en exceso del límite de diez milésimos, para el
beneficio de la Ciudad de Berea, con el fin de hacer asignaciones de fondos para
la hospitalización en el Southwest General Health Center y apoyarlo. Dicho
impuesto es una renovación de un impuesto a una tasa que no exceda 1 milésimo
por cada dólar de valoración, lo cual representa 10 centavos por cada cien dólares
de valoración, por cinco años, comenzando en el 2015, con el primer vencimiento
en el año calendario del 2016.
___________________________
Se da aviso por la presente de que en cumplimiento con la Resolución del Consejo
de la Ciudad de Maple Heights, Condado de Cuyahoga, Ohio, aprobada el día 25
de junio de 2014, se someterá a votación del pueblo en la Elección General que
se celebrará en los lugares habituales de votación el martes, día 4 de noviembre
de 2014, la pregunta de recaudar un impuesto, en exceso del límite de diez
milésimos, para el beneficio de la Ciudad de Maple Heights con el fin de cubrir los
gastos actuales. Dicho impuesto es un impuesto adicional a una tasa que no
exceda 4.7 milésimos por cada dólar de valoración, lo cual representa 47 centavos
por cada cien dólares de valoración, por cinco años, comenzando en el 2015, con
el primer vencimiento en el año calendario del 2016.
El día de las elecciones los centros electorales abrirán a las 6:30 a.m. y
permanecerán abiertos hasta las 7:30 p.m.
POR ORDEN DE LA JUNTA ELECTORAL DEL CONDADO DE CUYAHOGA
INAJO DAVIS CHAPPELL, PRESIDENTE
PAT MCDONALD, DIRECTOR
El día de las elecciones los centros electorales abrirán a las 6:30 a.m. y
permanecerán abiertos hasta las 7:30 p.m.
POR ORDEN DE LA JUNTA ELECTORAL DEL CONDADO DE CUYAHOGA
INAJO DAVIS CHAPPELL, PRESIDENTE
PAT MCDONALD, DIRECTOR
l.p. 17, 24 de octubre de 2014
l.p. 17, 24 de octubre de 2014
AVISO DE LA ELECCIÓN SOBRE LA RECAUDACIÓN DE UN
IMPUESTO EN EXCESO DEL LÍMITE DE DIEZ MILÉSIMOS
R.C. 3501.11(G), 5705.19, 5705.25
Ciudad de Broadview Heights
___________________________
Se da aviso por la presente de que en cumplimiento con la Resolución del Consejo
de la Ciudad de Broadview Heights, Condado de Cuyahoga, Ohio, aprobada el día
14 de julio de 2014, se someterá a votación del pueblo en la Elección General que
se celebrará en los lugares habituales de votación el martes, día 4 de noviembre
de 2014, la pregunta de recaudar un impuesto, en exceso del límite de diez
milésimos, para el beneficio de la Ciudad de Broadview Heights con el fin de proveer
fondos para el pago de salarios del personal permanente de la policía. Dicho
impuesto es una sustitución de un impuesto a una tasa que no exceda 0.7
milésimos por cada dólar de valoración, lo cual representa 7 centavos por cada cien
dólares de valoración, por cinco años, comenzando en el 2014, con el primer
vencimiento en el año calendario del 2015.
El día de las elecciones los centros electorales abrirán a las 6:30 a.m. y
permanecerán abiertos hasta las 7:30 p.m.
POR ORDEN DE LA JUNTA ELECTORAL DEL CONDADO DE CUYAHOGA
INAJO DAVIS CHAPPELL, PRESIDENTE
PAT MCDONALD, DIRECTOR
AVISO DE LA ELECCIÓN SOBRE LA RECAUDACIÓN DE UN
IMPUESTO EN EXCESO DEL LÍMITE DE DIEZ MILÉSIMOS
R.C. 3501.11(G), 5705.19, 5705.25
Municipio de Mayfield
___________________________
Se da aviso por la presente de que en cumplimiento con la Resolución del Consejo
del Municipio de Mayfield, Condado de Cuyahoga, Ohio, aprobada el día 6 de
agosto de 2014, se someterá a votación del pueblo en la Elección General que se
celebrará en los lugares habituales de votación el martes, día 4 de noviembre de
2014, la pregunta de recaudar un impuesto, en exceso del límite de diez
milésimos, para el beneficio del Municipio de Mayfield con el fin de cubrir los
gastos actuales. Dicho impuesto es una renovación de un impuesto a una tasa
que no exceda 2.3 milésimos por cada dólar de valoración, lo cual representa 23
centavos por cada cien dólares de valoración, por cinco años, comenzando en el
2015, con el primer vencimiento en el año calendario del 2016.
El día de las elecciones los centros electorales abrirán a las 6:30 a.m. y
permanecerán abiertos hasta las 7:30 p.m.
POR ORDEN DE LA JUNTA ELECTORAL DEL CONDADO DE CUYAHOGA
INAJO DAVIS CHAPPELL, PRESIDENTE
PAT MCDONALD, DIRECTOR
l.p. 17, 24 de octubre de 2014
l.p. 17, 24 de octubre de 2014
AVISO DE LA ELECCIÓN SOBRE LA RECAUDACIÓN DE UN
IMPUESTO EN EXCESO DEL LÍMITE DE DIEZ MILÉSIMOS
R.C. 3501.11(G), 5705.19, 5705.25
Ciudad de Maple Heights
___________________________
Se da aviso por la presente de que en cumplimiento con la Resolución del Consejo
de la Ciudad de Maple Heights, Condado de Cuyahoga, Ohio, aprobada el día 8 de
julio de 2014, se someterá a votación del pueblo en la Elección General que se
celebrará en los lugares habituales de votación el martes, día 4 de noviembre de
2014, la pregunta de recaudar un impuesto, en exceso del límite de diez milésimos,
para el beneficio de la Ciudad de Maple Heights con el fin de cubrir los gastos
actuales y las operaciones generales del centro de día para la tercera edad Maple
Heights Senior Center. Dicho impuesto es un impuesto adicional a una tasa que no
exceda 1.3 milésimos por cada dólar de valoración, lo cual representa 13 centavos
por cada cien dólares de valoración, por cinco años, comenzando en el 2015, con
el primer vencimiento en el año calendario del 2016.
El día de las elecciones los centros electorales abrirán a las 6:30 a.m. y
permanecerán abiertos hasta las 7:30 p.m.
POR ORDEN DE LA JUNTA ELECTORAL DEL CONDADO DE CUYAHOGA
INAJO DAVIS CHAPPELL, PRESIDENTE
PAT MCDONALD, DIRECTOR
AVISO DE LA ELECCIÓN SOBRE LA RECAUDACIÓN DE UN
IMPUESTO EN EXCESO DEL LÍMITE DE DIEZ MILÉSIMOS
R.C. 3501.11(G), 5705.19, 5705.25
Ciudad de Middleburg Heights
___________________________
Se da aviso por la presente de que en cumplimiento con la Resolución del Consejo
de la Ciudad de Middleburg Heights, Condado de Cuyahoga, Ohio, aprobada el día
27 de mayo de 2014, se someterá a votación del pueblo en la Elección General
que se celebrará en los lugares habituales de votación el martes, día 4 de
noviembre de 2014, la pregunta de recaudar un impuesto, en exceso del límite de
diez milésimos, para el beneficio de la Ciudad de Middleburg Heights, con el fin
de hacer asignaciones de fondos para la hospitalización en el Southwest General
Health Center y apoyarlo. Dicho impuesto es una renovación de un impuesto a una
tasa que no exceda 1 milésimo por cada dólar de valoración, lo cual representa
10 centavos por cada cien dólares de valoración, por cinco años, comenzando en
el 2015, con el primer vencimiento en el año calendario del 2016.
El día de las elecciones los centros electorales abrirán a las 6:30 a.m. y
permanecerán abiertos hasta las 7:30 p.m.
POR ORDEN DE LA JUNTA ELECTORAL DEL CONDADO DE CUYAHOGA
INAJO DAVIS CHAPPELL, PRESIDENTE
PAT MCDONALD, DIRECTOR
l.p. 17, 24 de octubre de 2014
l.p. 17, 24 de octubre de 2014
DID YOU KNOW...?
Vote on Tuesday,
November 4, 2014
Issue 4 will have a net economic
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October 24, 2014
AVISO DE LA ELECCIÓN SOBRE LA RECAUDACIÓN DE UN
IMPUESTO EN EXCESO DEL LÍMITE DE DIEZ MILÉSIMOS
R.C. 3501.11(G), 5705.19, 5705.25
Ciudad de Olmsted Falls
AVISO DE LA ELECCIÓN SOBRE LA RECAUDACIÓN DE UN
IMPUESTO EN EXCESO DEL LÍMITE DE DIEZ MILÉSIMOS
R.C. 3501.11(G), 5705.19, 5705.25
Municipio de Valley View
___________________________
Se da aviso por la presente de que en cumplimiento con la Resolución del Consejo
de la Ciudad de Olmsted Falls, Condado de Cuyahoga, Ohio, aprobada el día 24
de junio de 2014, se someterá a votación del pueblo en la Elección General que
se celebrará en los lugares habituales de votación el martes, día 4 de noviembre
de 2014, la pregunta de recaudar un impuesto, en exceso del límite de diez
milésimos, para el beneficio de la Ciudad de Olmsted Falls, con el fin de hacer
asignaciones de fondos para la hospitalización en el Southwest General Health
Center y apoyarlo. Dicho impuesto es una renovación de un impuesto a una tasa
que no exceda 1 milésimo por cada dólar de valoración, lo cual representa 10
centavos por cada cien dólares de valoración, por cinco años, comenzando en el
2015, con el primer vencimiento en el año calendario del 2016.
___________________________
Se da aviso por la presente de que en cumplimiento con la Resolución del Consejo
del Municipio de Valley View, Condado de Cuyahoga, Ohio, aprobada el día 1 de
abril de 2014, se someterá a votación del pueblo en la Elección General que se
celebrará en los lugares habituales de votación el martes, día 4 de noviembre de
2014, la pregunta de recaudar un impuesto, en exceso del límite de diez milésimos,
para el beneficio del Municipio de Valley View con el fin de proveer para parques
y fines recreativos. Dicho impuesto es una renovación de un impuesto a una tasa
que no exceda 2.3 milésimos por cada dólar de valoración, lo cual representa 23
centavos por cada cien dólares de valoración, por cinco años, comenzando en el
2014, con el primer vencimiento en el año calendario del 2015.
El día de las elecciones los centros electorales abrirán a las 6:30 a.m. y
permanecerán abiertos hasta las 7:30 p.m.
POR ORDEN DE LA JUNTA ELECTORAL DEL CONDADO DE CUYAHOGA
INAJO DAVIS CHAPPELL, PRESIDENTE
PAT MCDONALD, DIRECTOR
El día de las elecciones los centros electorales abrirán a las 6:30 a.m. y
permanecerán abiertos hasta las 7:30 p.m.
POR ORDEN DE LA JUNTA ELECTORAL DEL CONDADO DE CUYAHOGA
INAJO DAVIS CHAPPELL, PRESIDENTE
PAT MCDONALD, DIRECTOR
l.p. 17, 24 de octubre de 2014
l.p. 17, 24 de octubre de 2014
AVISO DE LA ELECCIÓN SOBRE LA RECAUDACIÓN DE UN
IMPUESTO EN EXCESO DEL LÍMITE DE DIEZ MILÉSIMOS
R.C. 3501.11(G), 5705.19, 5705.25
Ciudad de Seven Hills
___________________________
Se da aviso por la presente de que en cumplimiento con la Resolución del Consejo
de la Ciudad de Seven Hills, Condado de Cuyahoga, Ohio, aprobadas el día 28 de
julio de 2014, se someterá a votación del pueblo en la Elección General que se
celebrará en los lugares habituales de votación el martes, día 4 de noviembre de
2014, la pregunta de recaudar un impuesto, en exceso del límite de diez milésimos,
para el beneficio de la Ciudad de Seven Hills con el fin de proveer y mantener
vehículos de motor, equipo de comunicaciones y otro equipo, edificios y
emplazamientos para los edificios que se usan directamente en la operación del
Departamento de Policía de la Ciudad y el pago de salarios de personal de policía
permanente para dirigir el mismo. Dicho impuesto es un impuesto adicional a una
tasa que no exceda 3 milésimos por cada dólar de valoración, lo cual representa
30 centavos por cada cien dólares de valoración, por cinco años, comenzando en
el 2014, con el primer vencimiento en el año calendario del 2015.
El día de las elecciones los centros electorales abrirán a las 6:30 a.m. y
permanecerán abiertos hasta las 7:30 p.m.
POR ORDEN DE LA JUNTA ELECTORAL DEL CONDADO DE CUYAHOGA
INAJO DAVIS CHAPPELL, PRESIDENTE
PAT MCDONALD, DIRECTOR
l.p. 17, 24 de octubre de 2014
AVISO DE LA ELECCIÓN SOBRE LA RECAUDACIÓN DE UN IMPUESTO
EN EXCESO DEL LÍMITE DE DIEZ MILÉSIMOS
R.C. 3501.11(G), 5705.19, 5705.25
Ciudad de Strongsville
___________________________
Se da aviso por la presente de que en cumplimiento con la Resolución del Consejo
de la Ciudad de Strongsville, Condado de Cuyahoga, Ohio, aprobada el día 7 de
abril de 2014, se someterá a votación del pueblo en la Elección General que se
celebrará en los lugares habituales de votación el martes, día 4 de noviembre de
2014, la pregunta de recaudar un impuesto, en exceso del límite de diez milésimos,
para el beneficio de la Ciudad de Strongsville, con el fin de hacer asignaciones de
fondos para la hospitalización en el Southwest General Health Center y apoyarlo.
Dicho impuesto es una renovación de un impuesto a una tasa que no exceda 1
milésimo por cada dólar de valoración, lo cual representa 10 centavos por cada cien
dólares de valoración, por cinco años, comenzando en el 2015, con el primer
vencimiento en el año calendario del 2016.
El día de las elecciones los centros electorales abrirán a las 6:30 a.m. y
permanecerán abiertos hasta las 7:30 p.m.
POR ORDEN DE LA JUNTA ELECTORAL DEL CONDADO DE CUYAHOGA
INAJO DAVIS CHAPPELL, PRESIDENTE
PAT MCDONALD, DIRECTOR
l.p. 17, 24 de octubre de 2014
DID YOU KNOW...?
Issue 4 will provide $2.5 million a year
for building maintenance without
raising taxes.
AVISO DE LA ELECCIÓN SOBRE LA RECAUDACIÓN DE UN
IMPUESTO EN EXCESO DEL LÍMITE DE DIEZ MILÉSIMOS
R.C. 3501.11(G), 5705.19, 5705.25
Ayuntamiento de Olmsted
___________________________
Se da aviso por la presente de que en cumplimiento con la Resolución del Consejo
de Síndicos del Ayuntamiento de Olmsted, Condado de Cuyahoga, Ohio, aprobada
el día 23 de julio de 2014, se someterá a votación del pueblo en la Elección General
que se celebrará en los lugares habituales de votación el martes, día 4 de
noviembre de 2014, la pregunta de recaudar un impuesto, en exceso del límite de
diez milésimos, para el beneficio del Ayuntamiento de Olmsted con el fin de cubrir
los gastos actuales. Dicho impuesto es un impuesto adicional a una tasa que no
exceda 4 milésimos por cada dólar de valoración, lo cual representa 40 centavos
por cada cien dólares de valoración, por cinco años, comenzando en el 2014, con
el primer vencimiento en el año calendario del 2015.
El día de las elecciones los centros electorales abrirán a las 6:30 a.m. y
permanecerán abiertos hasta las 7:30 p.m.
POR ORDEN DE LA JUNTA ELECTORAL DEL CONDADO DE CUYAHOGA
INAJO DAVIS CHAPPELL, PRESIDENTE
PAT MCDONALD, DIRECTOR
l.p. 17, 24 de octubre de 2014
AVISO DE ELECCIÓN SOBRE EL IMPUESTO SOBRE EL
INGRESO MUNICIPAL
Municipio de Chagrin Falls
___________________________
Se da aviso por la presente de que en cumplimiento de la Resolución del Consejo
del Municipio de Chagrin Falls, Condado de Cuyahoga, Ohio, aprobada el día 23 de
julio de 2014, se someterá a votación del pueblo en la Elección General que se
celebrará en los lugares habituales de votación el martes, día 4 de noviembre de
2014, la pregunta de: ¿Deberá aprobarse la Ordenanza que dispone un aumento del
0.375% en la recaudación sobre el ingreso, a la tasa de 1.875% por año, con el fin
de pagar los costos y los cargos de la deuda asociados con el diseño, construcción,
mejoras y mantenimiento de mejoras permanentes, con entrada en vigor el 1 de
enero del 2015?
El día de las elecciones los centros electorales abrirán a las 6:30 a.m. y
permanecerán abiertos hasta las 7:30 p.m.
POR ORDEN DE LA JUNTA ELECTORAL DEL CONDADO DE CUYAHOGA
INAJO DAVIS CHAPPELL, PRESIDENTE
PAT MCDONALD, DIRECTOR
l.p. 17, 24 de octubre
DID YOU KNOW...?
The state will contribute more than
$2 for every local dollar spent on
construction. Issue 4 will have a
net economic impact of $456.8 million
in local and state dollars without
raising taxes.
Octubre 24, 2014
La Prensa—AVISOS
AVISO DE ELECCIÓN SOBRE EL IMPUESTO SOBRE
EL INGRESO MUNICIPAL
Ciudad de Rocky River
___________________________
Se da aviso por la presente de que en cumplimiento de la Resolución del Consejo
de la Ciudad de Rocky River, Condado de Cuyahoga, Ohio, aprobada el día 14 de
julio de 2014, se someterá a votación del pueblo en la Elección General que se
celebrará en los lugares habituales de votación el martes, día 4 de noviembre de
2014, la pregunta de: ¿Deberá aprobarse la Ordenanza que dispone un aumento
del 0.5% en la recaudación actual sobre el ingreso a una tasa del 2% anual, con
el aumento del crédito fiscal a la tasa del 1.5% anual, con el fin de financiar las
mejoras de capital y las compras de equipo de la ciudad, con entrada en vigor el
1 de enero del 2015?
El día de las elecciones los centros electorales abrirán a las 6:30 a.m. y
permanecerán abiertos hasta las 7:30 p.m.
POR ORDEN DE LA JUNTA ELECTORAL DEL CONDADO DE CUYAHOGA
INAJO DAVIS CHAPPELL, PRESIDENTE
PAT MCDONALD, DIRECTOR
l.p. 17, 24 de octubre
AVISO DE ELECCIÓN SOBRE LA EMISIÓN DE BONOS Y
RECAUDACIÓN DEL IMPUESTO
R.C. 3501.11(G), 3318.06
Distrito Escolar Municipal de Cleveland
__________________________________
Se da aviso por la presente de que en cumplimiento de la Resolución de la
Junta de Educación del Distrito Escolar Municipal de Cleveland, Condado de
Cuyahoga, Ohio, aprobada el día 15 de julio de 2014, se someterá a votación del
pueblo en la Elección General que se celebrará en los lugares habituales de
votación el martes, día 4 de noviembre de 2014, las siguientes preguntas como
una sola propuesta:
(1.) la pregunta de la emisión de bonos en la cantidad capital de doscientos
millones de dólares ($200,000,000) con el fin de construir, renovar, remodelar,
ampliar, amueblar, equipar y mejorar los edificios e instalaciones del distrito
escolar y adquirir, despejar, equipar y mejorar los emplazamientos de los edificios
e instalaciones del distrito escolar tal como lo dispone la ley.
El número máximo de años durante los cuales se ejecutarán dichos bonos es
37 años.
AVISO DE ELECCIÓN SOBRE LA EMISIÓN DE BONOS Y
RECAUDACIÓN DEL IMPUESTO
R.C. 3501.11(G), 3318.06
Distrito Escolar de la Ciudad de North Royalton
__________________________________
Se da aviso por la presente de que en cumplimiento con la Resolución de la
Junta de Educación del Distrito Escolar de la Ciudad De North Royalton, Condado
de Cuyahoga, Ohio, aprobada el día 29 de julio de 2014, se someterá a votación del
pueblo en la Elección General que se celebrará en los lugares habituales de
votación el martes, día 4 de noviembre de 2014, las siguientes preguntas como una
sola propuesta:
(1.) la pregunta de la emisión de bonos en la cantidad capital de veintiocho
millones, cuatrocientos mil dólares ($28,400,000) con el fin de construir, renovar,
remodelar, rehabilitar, añadir, amueblar, equipar y mejorar los edificios e instalaciones,
y preparar, equipar y mejorar los bienes raíces, con fines del Distrito Escolar tal
como lo dispone la ley.
El número máximo de años durante los cuales se ejecutarán dichos bonos es
28 años.
La tasa del impuesto adicional promedio estimada asciende a 16.6 centavos
por cada cien dólares de valoración, lo cual representa 1.66 milésimos por cada
dólar de valoración, en exceso del límite de diez milésimos, certificado por el
Funcionario Fiscal del Condado.
(2.) la pregunta de la recaudación de un impuesto adicional que beneficiará al
Distrito Escolar de la Ciudad de North Royalton con el fin de proveer fondos para
la adquisición, construcción, ampliación, renovación y financiamiento de mejoras
permanentes generales a una tasa que no exceda 1 milésimo por cada dólar de
valoración, por un período continuado de tiempo.
El día de las elecciones los centros electorales abrirán a las 6:30 a.m. y
permanecerán abiertos hasta las 7:30 p.m.
POR ORDEN DE LA JUNTA ELECTORAL DEL CONDADO DE CUYAHOGA
INAJO DAVIS CHAPPELL, PRESIDENTE
PAT MCDONALD, DIRECTOR
l.p. 17, 24 de octubre
MEXICAN MUTUAL
SOCIETY
1820 EAST 28TH STREET
LORAIN, OHIO 44055
PHONE 440-277-7375
La tasa del impuesto adicional promedio estimada asciende a 20 centavos por
cada cien dólares de valoración, lo cual representa 2 milésimos por cada dólar de
valoración, en exceso del límite de diez milésimos, certificado por el Funcionario
Fiscal del Condado.
(2.) la pregunta de la recaudación de un impuesto adicional que beneficiará al
Distrito Escolar Municipal de Cleveland con el fin de proveer fondos para la
adquisición, construcción, ampliación, renovación y financiamiento de mejoras
permanentes generales a una tasa que no exceda los 0.5 milésimos por cada dólar
de valoración, por un período continuado de tiempo.
El día de las elecciones los centros electorales abrirán a las 6:30 a.m. y
permanecerán abiertos hasta las 7:30 p.m.
POR ORDEN DE LA JUNTA ELECTORAL DEL CONDADO DE CUYAHOGA
INAJO DAVIS CHAPPELL, PRESIDENTE
PAT MCDONALD, DIRECTOR
l.p. 17, 24 de octubre
DID YOU KNOW...?
Issue 4 will allow for construction
of 22 new schools without raising
taxes.
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ANNOUNCEMENT
The Mexican Mutual Society is announcing its new winter hours of operation. The
Club will now be open 1:00 pm until closing starting October 1st, Wednesday
through Sunday. We will be closed Mondays & Tuesdays. The kitchen will be
open every day during the week. On Fridays and Saturdays, the kitchen will
feature tacos, tostadas, etc. Come out and watch all the college and
professional football & basketball games and the baseball playoffs on the big
screen T.V. The 2015 Mexican Mutual Society membership drive will start
November 1st. For more information call 440-277-7375.
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Veterans Mass
with Monsignor Christopher Vasko
Immaculate Conception Parish
934 Western Ave,
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WE WILL BE HONORING ALL OUR VETERANS
THAT SERVED OUR COUNTRY.
There will be a reception brunch after Mass.
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Cocineros &
Personal de Cocina
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Molly Maid customers describe our successful
employees as mature individuals. They are efficient
with energy, common sense, caring, courteous,
honest and professional. If that should like you and
you are looking for full or part time work, we have an
opportunity for you! WE ARE A DRUG FREE WORK
ENVIRONMENT! Contact Molly maid for interview at
419-324-1250.
We offer 34 to 40 hours a week, Monday through
Friday, no nights and no weekends, great pay and
tips, paid training, and a family culture. Compensation ranges typically from $300-$500 a week.
We provide all the cleaning supplies, equipment,
vehicle, and gas to and from our customer’s homes.
CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS are around the corner.
It’s time to think about all those toys and gifts
needed for the holidays. Get ahead start. Earn
extra income cleaning homes and offices.
PART TIME- Flexible hours, 10-20 hours, great
income, 3 positions available. Please, call
419-283-8991 and ask for Tracy for immediate
consideration.
Buscando conductores, empleados del
almacen y vendedores para un distribuidor ubicado
en Toledo para más que 20 años.
e-mail:
nooneyja@yahoo.com; fax: (305) 675-0326
Looking for drivers, warehouse employees
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Housing Cleaning Service
• Residential
• Commercial
Contact Luis:
Serving
East & West Cleveland
216-832-1437
WE BUY USED VEHICLES!
October 24, 2014
With a commitment to improving the human
condition, The University of Toledo and
University Medical Center are seeking qualified
candidates for the following positions:
• Air Quality Technician 1
• Associate Dean, YouCollege
• Associate General Counsel Litigation Manager
• Collaboration Systems Application Developer
• College Computing Administrator
• Director, Patient Financial Services
• Dosimetrist
• Healthcare Applications Support Associate
• High Pressure Boiler Operator
• Medical Technology Director
• Online Admissions Assistant Director
• Operating Room – Staff Nurse
• Pharmacist II
• Quality Assessment Coordinator
• Regulatory Compliance Coordinator
• Security Officer 1
• Senior Business Manager
• Staff Nurse
• Student Call Center Supervisor
• Surgical Technician
• Transitions Academic Program Coordinator
• Faculty Positions in Accounting, Art, Business
Technology, Chemistry, Engineering Technology,
Environmental Sciences, General Libraries, Health
Science, History, IOTM, Kinesiology, Management, Marketing, Mathematics, Medicine, Pharmacology, Pharmacy Practice, Philosophy, Psychology, Sociology, Theatre
The University of Toledo offers an excellent
salary and benefit package, which includes the
Ohio Public Employees Retirement System and
State Teachers Retirement System for faculty
with employer contribution, medical coverage,
paid sick and vacation time, tuition to UT is waived
for employees and their eligible spouses and
dependents and 10 paid holidays.
For a complete listing of our openings and desired
qualifications or to apply, please proceed to our
website at https://jobs.utoledo.edu
1-4
19-32
4-267
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1-419-32
19-324-267
4-2677
Looking for Servers for Deli Restaurant
Willing to train, must possess English writing and
verbal communications skills
Any car, any condition!
We ask that applications and required
documents be submitted electronically.
UT and UTMC are EO/AA employers and
educators M/F/D/V
Also looking for dishwashers $10 per hour to start
Pickles and Rye Deli
6724 Orchard Lk rd just south of Maple on the
west side of Orchard Lk rd
West Bloomfield Michigan, 48322
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MAINTENANCE MECHANIC III
Lucas Metropolitan Housing Authority is seeking experienced applicants for a
Maintenance Mechanic III. Complete details can be found at www.lucasmha.org.
Only applications submitted via the website by Friday, 11/7/14, will be
accepted. This is a Section 3 covered position and HUD recipients are encouraged to apply. Please note on your submittal if you are a LMHA Public Housing
resident or Housing Choice Voucher Program participant. Persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. NO PHONE CALLS. Equal employment opportunity
shall be afforded to all qualified persons without regard to age, race, color, religion,
religious creed, sex, military status, ancestry, disability, handicap, sexual
orientation, genetic information or national origin.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING – PROPOSED AND
NEW SERVICE CHANGES
The Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority will hold a public hearing at 12:30 P.M.
to 1:30 p.m., and 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 on Wednesday, November 12, 2014, in the
Authority’s Administration offices at 1127 W. Central Avenue Toledo, OH 43610,
for the purpose of discussing with the public, information on service discontinuations
and modifications of various routes. The site is accessible to persons with mobility
impairments, and interpretive services for the hearing-impaired will be provided
upon request. Individuals wishing to comment in person on the proposed changes
should be present.
Proposed Service Changes:
• Discontinuation of Spencer Township and changes made to #4 and #7
• Modifying of #17B destination to Miracle Mile instead of New Towne Square
• Modifying of #15E destination to Meijer on Alexis. #15B merged into 15E.
• Extending #27H on Holland-Sylvania/Central/Reynolds
• Modifying of #28/30 to have similar routing between weekday and weekend
service
• Modifying of #34 and #34H to have similar city routing and increase frequency
Maps and further details will be posted on line on the TARTA website www.tarta.com
or available at the TARTA main office.
Comments may also be made by writing to James K. Gee, General Manager,
Toledo Area Regional Transit Authority, P.O. BOX 792, TOLEDO, OH 436970792. All comments must be received by 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, November 19,
2014, to be included as part of the official record for final route adjustments and
implementation purposes.
Octubre 24, 2014
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TARTA IS HIRING
Diesel Mechanics &
Drivers - Small Bus
No Special License Required
www.TARTA.com/Employment
WANTED
1 Experienced Dishwasher and 1
Kitchen Helper. Livonia, MI area;
Chinese Restaurant; duties include light
cooking. 734- 306- 0799.
NORTHGATE APARTMENTS
610 STICKNEY AVENUE
Now Accepting Applications for 1 and 2 Bedroom
Apartments; Senior Community for Persons 55 and
Older. Rent Based on Income. Activity and Service
Coordinators on site. Heat, Appliances, Drapes and
Carpeting Included. Call (419) 729-7118 for details.
Toledo School for the Arts is seeking
a PT Diversity Coordinator to assist
in the recruitment and mentoring of
students. See ts4arts.org for a full job
description
and
application
instructions.
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SANCHEZ ROOFING
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leaks; power washing; Se habla
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Call Pete Sánchez 419-787-9612!
The City of Toledo would like to
remind residents that Halloween and
Trick-or-Treating will be observed on
October 31, 2014 from 6-8 p.m.
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ATTENTION TUTORS
Math tutors needed for the Lourdes University Upward Bound Program
After school, from 3-5
Woodward & Waite HS
Send inquiries to resume@lourdes.edu
ABUNDANT LIFE OF PERRYSBURG
ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS
Abundant Life of Perrysburg is accepting applications for its subsidized
apartment facilities. Abundant Life #1 offers independent living for senior citizens
62 years of age or older and individuals 55 or older with a physical impairment.
Abundant Life #2 is a supportive living complex for people 62 and older. To apply
individuals must meet the age requirement and an annual income requirement of
no more than $20,000.00 for one person or $22,850.00 for two people.
We are located in the Three Meadows subdivision near the Manor of
Perrysburg. Our garden apartments offer one bedroom, private patios, with
individually controlled thermostats for heat and air conditioning.
Abundant Life #1 offers bathtubs, while Abundant Life #2 offers walk-in
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monthly outings. We offer exercise, worship services and a variety of opportunities for our active and not so active seniors. Please call (419)874-4371 to find
out more about our fabulous facilities and our availability for apartments. You may
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