Skip to main content

Archive - Nov 7, 2011 - News Article

No tax increase in 2012 St. Marys budget

November 7, 2011

There will be no tax increase in the City of St. Marys' 2012 budget. On Monday evening, St. Marys City Council approved to publish the 2012 budget, which includes the same millage rate as last year at 18.3.
City Manager Dave Greene explained the city will see a 42 percent increase in hospitalization for 2012. This will result in the city going from paying $600,000 in insurance premiums to just under $1 million.

Realtor association's initiative helps family affected by house fire

November 7, 2011

ST. MARYS - The Elk-Cameron Board of Realtors recently gifted the Bodien family of Ridgway with various household goods to replace items destroyed in an Aug. 13 house fire at their Fremont Avenue home.

Fox Twp. addresses business items

November 7, 2011

In addressing unfinished business matters, the Fox Township supervisors discussed the request from Jay Township to form a partnership in sharing a Code Enforcement Officer and Sewage Enforcement Officer. Jay supervisors noted they have three other proposals to review, but were awaiting Fox Twp.'s response.
The supervisors agreed to inform the Jay Twp. supervisors that they are not interested in the partnership at this time, but may revisit the topic in the future.

The St. Marys Senior Little League Baseball Senior League All-Stars put together an exciting run,...
The St. Marys Little League Baseball Senior League All-Stars opened play in the Pa. State...
The St. Marys American Legion Post 103 squad would have needed to beat undefeated Albion twice on...
On March 14, 2012, Governor Tom Corbett signed into law a contentious piece of legislation...