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May 17th, 2012

Hamlin Township plans for ‘spring cleanup’

May 18, 2012

HAZEL HURST – The annual “spring cleanup” in Hamlin Township is scheduled next Monday through Friday, May 21-25.
Township residents with items to be hauled away by the township crew should contact the township office in Hazel Hurst at 778-5855.
Julie Graham, secretary-treasurer for the township, will answer questions about the “spring cleanup” and will provide a list of items banned from the collection. Some of these banned items include brush, paint, batteries and glass.

May 16th

Kane council gambles on another mild winter

May 16, 2012

The Kane Borough Council is looking ahead to another mild winter.
Instead of buying 1,000 tons of anti-skid material to spread on icy borough streets in the winter, council voted 5-1 Monday to seek new bids for just 500 tons of the tiny pebbles.
Council is gambling that the 500 tons—plus the stone left over from this year—will be sufficient for road maintenance next winter.

May 15th

County commissioners receive North Central update

May 15, 2012

SMETHPORT – The North Central Pennsylvania Regional Planning and Development Commission is involved with several activities affecting McKean County.
This is the message delivered Tuesday by Eric Bridges, executive director of the six-county commission based in Ridgway.
Bridges outlined the commission’s work in a three-page report presented Tuesday at a meeting of the McKean County Board of Commissioners.

May 14th

Kane plans to revise handicapped parking rules

May 14, 2012

The Kane Borough Council plans to revise its rules for handicapped parking spaces in residential areas.
Council last month voted to eliminate reserved parking for handicapped on residential streets.
But council voted 6-0 Monday to initiate action to revise its ordinance covering residential handicap parking spaces.
Council President Howard Kane joined with Councilwomen Janet Bard and Holly Harris and Councilmen Dennis Drost, Harold Hallberg and John Gentilman to approve the "first reading" of the ordinance. Councilman Bill Tunall did not attend the meeting.

Hamlin plans for work on Marvindale Road

May 14, 2012

HAZEL HURST – The Hamlin Township Board of Supervisors agreed Monday to work on Marvindale Road.
At this point, however, the supervisors aren't sure exactly how much work will be done. The cost will determine the scope of the project.
One plan calls for work on a 7,310-foot section. Another option calls for work on the total length of the road at the eastern end of the township.
Both options call for "milling" the existing roadway, grading and rolling the "millings" for a new surface.

See full article by purchasing the May 15 edition of The Kane Republican.

May 13th

Hear ye! Hear ye! Handbell director retires

May 13, 2012

Active in church music for more than half a century, Jane Pflieger rang in a new chapter in her career 15 years ago as the first director of the handbell choir at Tabor Lutheran Church in Kane.
She now is retiring from the post.
“It is with mixed emotions that I retire as handbell director at the church,” Pflieger said. “Throughout my music ministry, I have endeavored to serve God.”
Thus ends a 52-year career in church music for the wife of the Rev. David Pflieger of Kane.

May 11th

Perfect weather prevails for KARE For Kane Day

May 11, 2012

Sunny skies and mild temperatures prevailed Friday for the second annual KARE For Kane Day.
An estimated 450 volunteers took part in the one-day project to beautify the community. The total is a huge increase over the first event in 2011.
“It’s going really well,” Melanie Clabaugh said Friday as she greeted volunteers at the Kane Area Community Center on Fraley Street.
“Everyone seems to be excited and the projects are getting done,” she said.

May 10th

Kane native to direct local special education

May 10, 2012

Kane native Julia Anderson has been hired as the new director of special education for the Kane Area School District.
The Kane School Board approved the appointment Thursday at its meeting at the Kane Middle School auditorium. She will begin at the "entry-level" salary of $62,500 for the position.
Anderson, a 1996 graduate of Kane High School, is the daughter of Dave and Judy Carlson of Kane. She is one of six children in the family.

UPMC Hamot Medical Park opens in Mt. Jewett

May 10, 2012

MT. JEWETT – Dr. Linda Rettger has practiced family medicine in Mt. Jewett for 31 years.
She now will be seeing patients in a new state-of-the-art medical office complex.
"I'm very happy with our new building," Rettger said Thursday after cutting the ribbon to officially open the UPMC Hamot Medical Park at 18 W. Main St. near the Mt. Jewett Post Office. "This is a wonderful asset for our community."
The Mt. Jewett medical park is a service of Kane Community Hospital, which is an affiliate of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) and the Hamot Medical Center in Erie.

May 9th

Over 150 awards given at Academic Banquet

May 9, 2012

More than 150 awards were presented Wednesday evening at the 16th annual Academic Banquet at the Kane High School gymnasium.
A total of 335 students and their families attended the banquet. The school cafeteria staff prepared the dinner.
High School Principal Jeff Kepler said the attendance was "the largest ever" for the fete that recognizes students for their excellence in the classroom.
Joyce Magnuson, the high school librarian, made her debut as the banquet chairman for the first time.

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