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Woman charged with theft of funds from Kane Day School

February 16, 2012

A Kane woman faces 84 felony charges linked with the alleged theft of funds from the Kane Day School at the Tabor Lutheran Church.
Ashley Nicole Wilson, 26, of 615 Maple St., Kane, allegedly took $13,377.31 in funds while serving as the treasurer of the pre-school program.
She has been arraigned before Kane District Judge Dave Engman, who set bail at $10,000 (unsecured).
Wilson is scheduled to appear today in Central Court at the courthouse in Smethport to either waive a preliminary hearing or request a hearing before Engman.

Another bid made for Lantz Corners sewer aid

February 16, 2012

HAZEL HURST – Another application is being filed this month for PennVEST funding for the long-planned Lantz Corners sewer project.
In a report Monday to the Hamlin Township Board of Supervisors, engineer Dan Slagle of Pittsburgh said the application is expected to be considered at the PennVEST meeting in April.
PennVEST is the Pennsylvania Infrastructure Investment Authority, which provides funding for municipal activities such as sewer projects.

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