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November 23rd, 2012
JAMES CITY â€“ With just one paved road leading to James City, there is a chance the community could be sealed off in the event of a major accident at the lone entrance.
Because of this possibility, Highland Township Fire Chief Bill Edinger believes the township supervisors should develop an â€śevacuation planâ€ť for James City.
The state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has issued a permit for the sale of effluent from the Kinzua sewage treatment plant on Route 321 just north of Kane.
JOHNSONBURG â€“ A Highland Township supervisor and sewage treatment plant operator for the James City Sewage Treatment Plant waived his preliminary hearing in District Court 59-3-02 Wednesday on charges that he violated environmental laws in allegedly falsifying environmental reports and discharging some 10 million gallons of raw sewage from the treatment plant into a nearby stream.
LUDLOW â€“ No oneâ€™s forgetting the summer desecration of the American flag and two other flags at the Gibbs Hill Cemetery near Ludlow.
Just as many Kane area residents are sitting down to enjoy their Thanksgiving dinner, members of the Kane Eagles Club will be busy delivering hot meals to senior citizens and others who are alone on the holiday.
The body of Michael Snyder was recovered from the Kinzua Dam Tuesday, Nov. 20 at approximately 5 p.m. in the same area where the body of his wife was recovered on Nov. 11. The couple had drowned in a boating accident.
SMETHPORT â€“ The employees of the Sena Kean Manor in Smethport have been engaging in some good-hearted competition this holiday season.
Workers from for the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) take advantage of recent sunny mild weather to seal cracks in the pavement on state Route 6 in Kane. The workers normally are plowing snow by this time of the season. But the snowplows remain parked at the PennDOT base on Route 6 near Kane.
The Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) in Kane has donated $2,000 to the Friendsâ€™ Memorial Public Library in Kane. Taking part in the check presentation at the VFW are, left to right: Chuck Wilbert, commander of the VFW; Cindy Parker, library director; and Curt Hartman, a member of the library Board of Directors.
It's that time of the year when Kane area residents are looking ahead to the festive holiday season.
It's also a special time when residents are asked to reach into their hearts and pocketbooks to donate money, toys and clothing to benefit needy children in the area at Christmastime.