Archive - Jul 9, 2012
William L. "Bill" Gillespie, 78, of 824 JoJo Road, Kane, died unexpectedly on Sunday morning, July 8, 2012 in the Emergency Room of the Kane Community Hospital.
Â Â Born June 15, 1934 in Coontown, he was the son of Frank A. and Reba A. Griffin Gillespie.Â On October 27, 1962 in New Bethlehem, he married Helen "Bonnie" Minich, who survives.
Â Â Mr. Gillespie had been an oil field worker in the area, then worked for James Cowan Excavating in Kane.Â Later, he worked for National Fuel in Lamont, retiring in 1992.
Â Â He was active in the Highlander Christian Camp near Kane for many years.Â
HAZEL HURST -- Road issues dominated the discussion Monday at the monthly meeting of the Hamlin Township Board of Supervisors.
The talk included several heated verbal exchanges between the supervisors and among the residents at the forum.
Here are some of the issues:
*John Verolini and Ron Keim of Kushequa said they oppose a request by John Moffett of Kushequa remove his road from township jurisdiction.
In a letter, Verolini said his property abuts a portion of the township road that Moffett wants the township to "vacate."
SMETHPORT â A Smethport man is asking the McKean County Board of Commissioners to rescind a resolution setting 2013 âassessment ratesâ for properties enrolled in the state-authorized âClean and Greenâ tax-relief program.
Speaking Monday at a commissionersâ meeting, Jim Herzog said the resolution adopted two weeks ago âprobably is not appropriate.â
âIâd like to see you rescind it,â Herzog told Commissioners Joe DeMott, Al Pingie and Cliff Lane.