Archive - Jun 15, 2014
Metco Industries, Inc. of St. Marys recently earned a 2014 Governor's ImPAct Award. In the north central region, Metco won the Jobs First Award.
"Metco is proud to create jobs in Pennsylvania and especially for the local economy," said Rodney A. Brennen, VP/CFO of Metco. "Our future is bright with double digit growth planned for each of the next few years."
According to Brennen, Metco currently employs nearly 200 and expects to expand to near 250 over the next couple years.
The renewal of the hospitalization plan for Fox Township employees was recently approved by the Fox Township Supervisors making employees responsible for their deductible if they plan to continue with the existing plan.
This new change, suggested by Keller, will kick in July 3.
Scott Surra explained that plan is "grandfathered" under the new law in that if an employee supposedly likes their plan they can keep it for another year and it does not necessarily meet all the criteria under the Affordable Care Act.
The bid for dust oil was awarded to Midland Asphalt for $3.04/unit for 20,000 gallons of MC-70 oil. Additional bids were submitted by Jefferson Paving and Russell Standard each for $3.27/unit.
The bid for the sale of the township's 1990 International dump truck was awarded to James McNulty for $3,600. Additional bids were submitted by Rob Wolfel for $2,766.29 and Krishart for $2,666.66. The sale was approved with the condition of the township not using the transfer case out of the 1990 truck for the township's 2001 dump truck; the transfer case in the 2001 truck recently went bad.
Wayne E. Cuneo Jr., 83, of Madison Street, Byrnedale, died Friday, June 13, 2014 at his brother's home in St. Marys following a lengthy illness.
He was born Aug. 7, 1930 in St. Marys, son of the late Wayne E. and Mary (Keller) Cuneo Sr.
On Aug. 7, 1971, he married Dolores (DeCarli); she preceded him in death in September 2012.
A 1949 graduate of St. Marys High School, he worked with Stackpole Carbon Company from 1949 to 1990, and retired from Carbone of America in 1991.