Archive - Apr 2012 - News Article
The American Red Cross Blood Drive in Kane earlier this week exceeded the goal.
The Red Cross blood collection team from Buffalo held a six-hour Bloodmobile stop at Bartlett Hall at the First United Methodist Church on Greeves Street.
The goal was 26 full units of blood.
A total of 39 Kane area residents showed up to donate blood. Five persons were deferred for various reasons.
The total of 34 full units of blood collected exceeded the goal by eight units.
Three local residents donated blood for the first time. This group includes Mitz Lindquist, Sheila Swanson and Mary Mohney.
Kaneâ€™s proximity to the Allegheny National Forest (ANF) and other â€śnaturalâ€ť attractions is a key resource in attracting more touristsâ€”and the money they spend.
This is one of the local assets pointed out in a study commissioned by the Pennsylvania Route 6 Alliance, which is based in Galeton.
The study looks at the â€śspecial qualities and attractivenessâ€ť of the â€śsmall, vibrant and picturesque townsâ€ť along the 427-mile Route 6 corridor in Pennsylvania.
Several projects are planned for Wetmore Township in the coming months.
The township Board of Supervisors agreed Tuesday to seek bids for a paving project and for a new roof for the municipal building on Spring Street in East Kane.
The supervisors also discussed plans for "oil and chip" treatments on about four miles of township roads.
After a lengthy discussion, the supervisors agreed to seek bids for the paving of Grandview Road, Flickerwood Road and Old State Road.
MT. JEWETT â€“ Do Mt. Jewett residents want the borough government to spend about $2,000 a year to have recycling bins returned to the borough?
This is the question posed Monday by the Mt. Jewett Borough Council at its meeting at the borough building.
According to a report from Borough Secretary-Treasurer Barb Harp, Casellaâ€”the current operator of the former county landfill near Hutchinsâ€”is willing to place recycling bins in Mt. Jewett at a fee.
Casella would empty the bins weekly at a cost of $145 per monthâ€”plus a fuel surcharge.
MT. JEWETT -- More police services are coming to Mt. Jewett.
Acting at its meeting Monday, the Mt. Jewett Borough Council voted 4-0 to authorize Police Officer Matt Guthrie to work up to 16 hours for the borough every two weeks.
Guthrie, who is a police officer in Bradford, will assist Mt. Jewett Police Officer Steve Hale.
Council previously agreed to give Hale full-time status as the borough police officer. Hale now is authorized to work up to 40 hours a week. Hale also works on a part-time basis in Kane.