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Archive - Jan 3, 2011

Council makes appointments to boards, authorities and commissions

January 3, 2011

During their first work session of the year on Monday evening, members of the St. Marys City Council filled vacancies on a number of the city's boards, authorities and commissions.
The Benzinger Township Golf Authority had one five-year vacancy which was filled by John H. Dippold.
The Benzinger Township Hospital Authority had one five-year vacancy which was filled by Dr. Charles Haskell.
The Parking Authority had three five-year vacancies which were filled by Robert Makufka, Warren Stewart and Jack Gabler.

Special Olympics gives residents chance for competitive thrills

January 3, 2011

The Elk/Cameron chapter of Special Olympics PA (SOPA) will be hitting the lanes once again when its bowling series begins this Saturday.
Diane Bon, bowling coach for the local chapter, has been involved with Special Olympics and the bowling program for over 30 years.
"I went there one Saturday just because I heard people talking about it, and I've been there ever since," she said of the Saturday bowling events. Bowling will be held from 9 to 11 a.m. at the coincidentally titled Olympic Lanes located off the Million Dollar Highway in St. Marys.

Fox Supervisors hold organizational meeting

January 3, 2011

The Fox Township Supervisors held their annual organizational meeting Monday evening, followed by their regular monthly meeting.
Among the few changes approved during the organizational meeting was a 1.5 percent pay increase for all township employees, as already allocated for in next year's township budget.
Supervisor Randy Gradizzi introduced a motion, which was approved, in increasing sewage application fees by $10. It will now cost $162 for new sewage systems and $116 for repairs.

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