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Archive - Feb 2012

February 13th

Hamlin supervisors OK waiver for Shell project

February 14, 2012

HAZEL HURST – After months of discussion on the issue, the Hamlin Township Board of Supervisors voted 3-0 Monday to approve a request from Shell for a waiver in the Stormwater Management Ordinance (SMO).
Board Chairman Don Compton joined with Supervisors Guy Raught and Joni Britton to approve the waiver for a proposed pipeline and meter station linked with a Marcellus Shale natural gas well drilled by the Shell Exploration and Production Company.

February 12th

Ned J. Kopp

February 12, 2012

Ned J. Kopp, 80, of 313 Welsh St., Kane, formerly of St. Marys, died Saturday, Feb. 11, 2012 at the Kane Community Hospital.
Born Dec. 14, 1931 in St. Marys, he was the son of the late William C. and Caroline E. Weber Kopp. On June 6, 1964 in Emporium, he married Marilyn M. Haviland, who died July 4, 2011.
Ned was a mechanic for Airco Speer in St. Marys for many years. He served in the U.S. Army after WWII and during the Korean War, and was part of the St. Marys Serviceman's Detail.

Kane cosmetologist to help cancer patients

February 12, 2012

A Kane cosmetologist is volunteering to help local cancer patients through a national public service program known as “Look Good…Feel Better.”
Becky Gallagher Vogel, who operates Becky’s Boutique at 439 Biddle St., Kane, will conduct the first local workshop Tuesday from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. for female cancer patients.
The free Valentine’s Day forum will be held in a conference room on the second floor of Kane Community Hospital, an affiliate of Hamot/UPMC.

February 10th

Rebert files post-trial motions for acquittal

February 11, 2012

BROOKVILLE — Convicted murderer Steven P. Rebert, who found guilty of two counts of criminal homicide following his jury trial in January, has filed post-trial motions for acquittal or a new trial.
On Jan. 24, the jury found Rebert, formerly of Emporium, guilty of double homicide in the shooting deaths of Victoria Lynn and Wayne Shugar, both 61, whose bodies were found April 12, 2010, in their Coal Tipple Road home, Brockway.

Work on school budget linked with state plan

February 11, 2012

Preparation of a proposed budget for the Kane Area School District is linked with a state spending plan released this week by Gov. Tom Corbett.
Steve Perry, business manager for the school district, said Thursday that he is “gathering information” for the next Kane school budget.
He said he will be scrutinizing the proposed state budget to determine how the draft will affect the Kane spending plan.
“It’s a very challenging process,” Perry said in his report to the Kane School Board at its meeting Thursday.

February 9th

Kane woman is fined

February 9, 2012

A Kane woman has been fined in Kane District Court after pleading guilty to a violation of a borough code on disorderly conduct.
Darlene Bizzak, 57, of 430 Park Ave. has been assessed $94 in fines and court costs in her recent appearance before District Judge Dave Engman.
She is accused of creating “a hazardous or physically offensive condition” by engaging in a loud verbal altercation in the Kane Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW), according to court documents.
Court records identify the victim as John Raspatello, 58, of 68 Fraley St., Kane.

Mt. Jewett to enforce parking rules

February 9, 2012

MT. JEWETT – The Mt. Jewett Borough Council plans to enforce regulations that ban parking on Main Street (Route 6) between 3 a.m. and 6 a.m.
Parking on both sides of the street is banned during that time to facilitate snow removal during the winter months.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) has asked the borough to enforce the parking ban on Main Street.
Council discussed the issue earlier this week at its meeting at the borough building.
Council President Chuck Paar is asking residents to “abide” by the parking regulations on Main Street.

Kane Manufacturing to buy Chestnut Street school

February 9, 2012

The Kane Manufacturing Corporation (Kane Screens) has submitted a high bid of $100,002 for the purchase of the former Chestnut Street Elementary School in Kane.
The school board voted 8-0 Thursday to accept the offer for the building, which closed following the 2009-10 school year.
Board President Dave Westerburg joined with board members Dick Coleman, Mark Paup, Larry Lamping, Stephanie Eckstrom, Ed Kocjancic, Gary Ziegler and Ken Kane in approving the sale. Board member Harry Steele did not attend the meeting at the middle school auditorium.

February 8th

Seneca Resources to process oil, gas wastewater

February 9, 2012

JAMES CITY – Seneca Resources is planning a project to process oil and gas wastewater in Highland Township.
In a letter to the Highland Township Board of Supervisors, Seneca said it is planning to "install and operate a zero liquid discharge concentrator" that would "process oil and gas wastewater."
The site for the unit is located in the vicinity of Seneca's Marcellus Shale natural gas wells on State Game Lands near Owl's Nest in a remote section of Highland Township.

Stink is aired over James City garbage issue

February 9, 2012

JAMES CITY – It only takes a few bad apples to ruin the quality of life in a community.
This is the case in James City where some residents reportedly are allowing their garbage to pile up outside their homes rather than pay for garbage collection.
A stink over uncollected garbage was aired Wednesday at a meeting of the Highland Township Board of Supervisors at the township building in James City.

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