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Police request vehicle purchases, upgrades for next year

November 14, 2013

St. Marys City Police Chief Todd Caltagarone requested the purchase of a new SUV for the department during a recent budget meeting with members of the St. Marys City Council.
The department is hoping to replace its 2008 Ford Expedition SUV at a cost of $38,000, which they will keep as a utility vehicle for use by the canine unit.
The SMPD currently has a fleet of six vehicles and did not purchase any new vehicles in 2013. They plan to purchase three new vehicles in 2015.

Proposed 2014 budget shows no tax increase

November 14, 2013

Residents of the city of St. Marys will see no tax increase in the 2014 proposed budget.
Members of City Council along with additional city staff discussed details of the budget during a recent special meeting. Formal approval to advertise the budget will take place at the next regularly scheduled City Council meeting on Monday, Nov. 18.
The 2014 budget is $6,065,635, an increase from the 2013 budget of just over $94,000 equal to about 2 percent.

Veterans presented with American flags

November 14, 2013

Veterans attending the Community Nurses Adult Day Services program were honored on Veterans Day.
Elk County Veterans Affairs Office Director Leslie Neal presented each of them with an American flag which was flown over the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. along with a certificate of appreciation and an American flag pin. Kathy Renaud, LPN, Community Nurses Adult Day Services director said while the adult day center honors their veterans each year, this was the first time they were presented with American flags.

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