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February 9th, 2011

Council members approve various actions

February 10, 2011

During their meeting earlier this week, members of city council approved a variety of motions concerning legislative items within the city.
Council members gave their unanimous approval to Resolution 11-3, which certifies that the city has maintained a portion of Prince Alley for 21 years.
According to City Manager Dave Greene, PennDOT required that the city ascertain ownership and maintenance of a portion of Prince Alley in order for them to obtain liquid fuels funding for that road.

February 8th

Straub Brewery hosting year-long Charity Pub Crawl

February 9, 2011

The year-long Straub Brewery "Celebrating the SUDS" 2011 Charity Pub Crawl is set to launch on Thursday, Feb. 17, with an event taking place each month until December.
The Pub Crawl is described as a "unique and celebratory partnership" between the brewery and 10 popular area bars to benefit four local charities: the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life, Crystal Fire Department, Rotary Club of St. Marys and the Elk County Humane Society.

DeLullo addresses council about Woodbed Corp.

February 9, 2011

Bob DeLullo, owner of Woodbed Corporation and DeLullo Trucking, spoke to city council during their Monday evening meeting to address complaints that residents of Wilson Road had made about his business at previous council meetings.

February 7th

Council opposes PennDOT right-of-way policy

February 7, 2011

Members of city council unanimously approved the passage of Resolution 11-2 during their Monday evening meeting. The resolution expresses the city's opposition to a newly enacted, state-approved PennDOT policy that places the burden associated with the coordination and application for Highway Occupancy Permits relating to stormwater modifications, construction and liabilities in Commonwealth right-of-ways on the municipality instead of on PennDOT.

Fox supervisors review business items

February 7, 2011

Under unfinished business for the Fox Township Supervisors at their recent meeting, a motion was approved to accept a draft for the advertisement of formally establishing the Toby Water Board. The board is seeking new members to serve on it. Interested volunteers should contact the township office to submit their names. Current Toby Water board members will continue to serve on the board.

February 6th

Ice skating underway at Kaulmont Park

February 7, 2011

The ice skating pond at Kaulmont Park opened for the season just prior to the Christmas holiday break in December 2010 and has been a popular spot for area residents since that time. Kurt Nesbitt, recreation board member, explained that he likes to have the pond open for the season by that time so that people from throughout the area can enjoy themselves at the facility over the holidays.

Polar Sweet Express draws large crowd

February 7, 2011

A large crowd was in attendance throughout Saturday at The Polar Sweet Express event held at the Franklin Center in St. Marys. The vendors present donated proceeds of the event to CAPSEA, as well as providing gift baskets for a silent auction. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., patrons perused and purchased an array of product offerings ranging food items like wine and beer, chocolate candies, kettle corn and cheese and pepperoni to home decorations, kitchen wares, spa and wellness items, jewelry, purses, clothing accessories, cosmetics, gym memberships and more.

February 4th

Scarnati says fiscal restraint, tax cuts continue to be priorities

February 5, 2011

During a visit to the offices of The Daily Press on Tuesday, Brockway native and state Senate President Pro Tempore Joe Scarnati (R-Jefferson) said he will continue to focus on his longtime priorities of bringing down state budget costs and lowering taxes for Pennsylvania residents.
"I think that the biggest challenge is to balance a budget with a $4 billion deficit. Constitutionally, we (Pa.) are required to have a balanced budget," Scarnati said.

February 3rd

Bluewater Thermal Solutions to offer induction hardening

February 4, 2011

Bluewater Thermal Solutions, located at 118 Access Rd., St. Marys, held an open house Thursday morning to introduce the company's new induction heat treating process.
According to General Manager Jason Hanes, induction hardening differs from traditional furnace hardening because it focuses on hardening a specific area of a part instead of the entire part.
"No one in the area offers that type of hardening process," Hanes said.
Hanes explained that by by using induction hardening they can take a gear, harden only the teeth, and leave the rest of the material unchanged.

Fox supervisors discuss new business items

February 4, 2011

Among the new business items approved by the Fox Township Supervisors were those pertaining to paving, a potential construction project and a flood plain ordinance.
The board approved adoption of a flood plain ordinance as requested by FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency).
"This is being required by FEMA and was not initiated at the township level. It is part of their newest update of maps," noted Kathy Dowie, township secretary.

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