But an idea that the Stark Metropolitan Housing Authority is promulgating, converting a long-vacant building into housing that would fill a gap in the local safety net, sounds like a no-lose proposition to us….
Anyone who has traveled between downtown Canton and the Aultman Hospital area using Sixth Street SW, or south from downtown along McKinley Avenue, has seen the former Wells School building. It sits on the southwest corner of those streets and is in a depressing state of disrepair., many of its windows broken, several not even boarded up.
SMHA, which obtained the building in 2012 from the Canton City School District, has proposed converting the former elementary school (and later administration building) into housing units and community space. As Canton Repository staff writer Kelly Byer reported Tuesday, preference would be given to the homeless, mentally or physically abused, disabled, extremely low-income, youth transitioning from foster care or families that can be unified through housing.
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Analysis: The pollsThe reasons for this critical attitude towards the American leader, while the inclinations of the average citizen of the world are reluctant to withdraw their basic goodwill towards the American people and culture, are obvious. They are reflected not only in the street, but also in the reference press of centrist or left-leaning tendencies, but also in the moderately conservative ones, as well as in the periodic polls of popular opinion.
Bush is specifically identified as the main cause of world tensions, the increase in international insecurity, the clashes between continents and regions and, above all, the division of a necessary consensus on both sides of the Atlantic. The squandering of the impressive political capital of support for the United States harvested after the infamous September 11 is regretted. No one remembers anymore the now inapplicable “We are all Americans”, Le Monde’s historic editorial of September 12. Today, in the same media it would be: “We are all mostly anti-Bush”.
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Send news by emailYour name *Your email *Your email *An accident involving a ride at the Ohio State Fair in the United States on Wednesday night killed one person and injured seven others, authorities said.The accident occurred when a section of the ride broke off and people on it were ejected. Ohio Governor John Kasich ordered the closure of all rides for inspection after the accident.The crashed ride, called “Fire Ball,” consists of a pendulum on the end of which people sit in a circular configuration and swing from side to side as they spin around on themselves.According to videos of the accident, a portion of the circle broke off in one of the ride’s swings.The ride, which is called “Fire Ball,” consists of a pendulum on the end of which people sit in a circular configuration and swing from side to side as they spin around on themselves.According to videos of the accident, a portion of the circle broke off in one of the ride’s swings.
The move to Ohio was beneficial to the new Church. By leaving New York, the Saints hoped to leave religious persecution behind, particularly in the Colesville area; moreover, there were more members of the Church in Ohio than anywhere else, and being gathered in one place made it easier for all to receive instructions from the Prophet and thus maintain uniformity of both doctrine and organization. The waterways of the state also opened the way for missionary work in other parts of the country, but more importantly, by being there, they were closer to “the borders near the Lamanites,” which was the place where Zion was to be established (see D&C 28:9). Many principles relating to the establishment of Zion could be put into practice in Ohio.
Early in February, the sleigh stopped at Kirtland, in front of Newel K. Whitney’s business. The Prophet jumped down and entered the store, exclaiming, “‘Newel Whitney. You are just the man!’ extending his hand cordially as to an old friend. ‘You seem to have an advantage over me,’ replied the merchant… ‘It is not possible for me to call you by name, as you have called me.’ ‘I am Joseph, the Prophet,’ said the stranger, smiling. ‘You have prayed for me to come, what do you wish of me?’ “Thereupon the Prophet explained to the astonished merchant that while he was still in New York, he had had a vision in which he had seen him in prayer asking that he might come to Kirtland.5 The Whitneys received the Smiths kindly and invited them to live with them for a time. During the next few weeks the Smiths received “all the kindnesses and attentions that could be expected, especially from Sister Whitney. “6