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November 13th, 2013
JAMES CITY â€“The proposed Highland Township budget for 2014 shows no increase in property taxes.
Highland supervisors Paul Burton Sr. and Jim Wolfe agreed Wednesday to adopt the tentative budget that will be on public display at the township office. The supervisors are expected to adopt a final budget at their meeting Dec. 11 at the township building in James City.
JAMES CITY â€“ Joe Milstead, a write-in candidate, has been confirmed as the winner in the Nov. 5 election for a two-year seat on the Highland Township Board of Supervisors.
According to figures provided Wednesday by Kim Frey, director of the Elk County Board of Elections, Milstead edged Glen Hulings for the seat by a vote of 94-90.
The time has come for Kane and Wetmore Township to ante up more tax dollars for the operation of the Kane Volunteer Fire Department.
There's no tax increase in the proposed Kane borough budget for 2014.
The Kane Borough Council voted 7-0 Tuesday in favor of the proposal that calls for $1,369,703 in expenditures.
SMETHPORT â€“ A tabulation by the director of the McKean County Board of Elections appears to verify the election of three write-in candidates to the Kane School Board.
HAZEL HURST â€“ There's no increase in the proposed 2014 budget for Hamlin Township.
Supervisors Don Compton, Guy Raught and Joni Britton voted Monday for a tentative budget that calls for $304,162.70 in expenditures.
The Hamilton Township supervisors made some personnel decisions concerning the townshipâ€™s sewer plant at Mondayâ€™s regular monthly meeting.
KEATING TWP. â€“ A Smethport man died in a fatal one-vehicle crash late Sunday night on state Route 6 in Keating Township, McKean County.
The Curriculum Committee of the Kane Area School District Board of Directors met on Monday evening in front of nearly two dozen citizens in the Kane Middle School Library.
An overflowing crowd honored Kane area veterans on Sunday during the annual tribute to veterans at the First United Methodist Church.
After Captain J Scott Parisella performed â€śOld Soldierâ€™s Prayerâ€ť as a prelude, those in attendance were entertained with a song by the Youth Bells and Chime Choir, assisted by veterans Captain Kathy Long and Specialist 4 John McAlee.