KERSEY â€“ The drastic decrease in landfill host fee income is taking its toll on Fox Township.
Most recently the Squab Hollow Road project was a point of discussion during the Fox Township Supervisors meeting on Wednesday evening.
Resident Chuck Grazioli inquired about the status of the paving of the road to which Supervisor Mike Keller responded the township is not 100 percent sure of their plans.
JAY TWP. â€“ Though the Jay Township Sewer Authority bylaws state that visitor comments are limited to three minutes per individual, some in attendance refused to be silenced at Wednesday night's meeting.
During visitor comments, Murray Lilley opened by asking about the EADS (Environmental Architecture and Design Services) Group inspecting bridges and said that he saw an unauthorized person working on the bridges.
Board member Chester Lundy said that he didn't know anything about that.
Itâ€™s one of the more unusual pieces of sports memorabilia in the world. Itâ€™s also one of the rarest of all: a baseball signed by a saint.
Thatâ€™s just one of the many pieces in Ridgway resident Denny Heindlâ€™s vast collection. As a philanthropist, radio station enthusiast and minority owner of the Pittsburgh Pirates, Heindlâ€™s collection has grown immensely over the past 45 years. Its crown jewel, however, may be a baseball with the simple inscription â€śJ P IIâ€ť for Saint John Paul the Great, formerly known as Pope John Paul II.