April 7th, 2015
HAZEL HURST â€“ Joni Britton has resigned as one of three members of the Hamlin Township Board of Supervisors.
"I am regretfully submitting this letter of resignation due to personal reasons," Britton said in a letter to Supervisors Jim Trussell and Dave Okerlund. "I would like to thank the residents of Hamlin Township for the opportunity this position has afforded me."
Britton, who resides in Bloomster Hollow, has served as a township supervisor since Dec. 13, 2010. She was elected in 2011 to complete the remaining four years on the term of former supervisor John Moffett of Kushequa.
The Jack and Judy Barner Memorial Scholarship Fundâ€™s annual Bowling Tournament recently wrapped up. All proceeds from the month-long tournament support the fund that awards scholarships at Kane High School and Sheffield High School in memory of Jack and Judy Barner.
Remembering the tornado of 1985 after 30 years.
Where were you when the tornado hit? What do you remember about that day and the days after it hit on May 31, 1985? Do you have a before/after/now picture? Do you have a story about where your business was before/after/now? We will have a remembrance edition on May 30.
Please submit pictures and/or stories to The Kane Republican at email@example.com or stop down to the office and submit your information Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. We ask that all information please be provided to us by May 18 at 1 p.m.
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MT. JEWETT â€“ The borough of Mt. Jewett is hoping to seek federal aid for projects through the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program.
But the borough won't be able to apply for funding without the cooperation of its residents.
About 200 Mt. Jewett families have been contacted to submit household income surveys. Only half have responded. Time is running out. April 15 is the deadline for submission of the surveys.
MT. JEWETT â€“ Brett Morgan has left his job as the state-certified operator of the Mt. Jewett water system to head the two-man Road Crew for Hamlin Township.
Morgan, however, will continue to monitor the Mt. Jewett water system daily until its pending sale is completed.
Following a 43-minute private executive session Monday, the Mt. Jewett Borough Council voted 5-0 to pay Morgan $50 per day to monitor the water system.
MT. JEWETT â€“ There are six finalists for the position of streets department superintendent in Mt. Jewett.
Speaking Monday at a meeting of the Mt. Jewett Borough Council, Councilman Wil Antrim said he and Councilman Don Martyna narrowed down the list to six.
The borough received 27 applications for the position now held by Rod Peterson, it was noted.
Peterson reportedly plans to retire in September. Council is expected to hire a new streets superintendent to train with Peterson until his pending retirement.
On March 7, the 8th annual "Kathy Sallade 9-Ball Tournament" was held at the Coudersport American Legion Post 192.
The Sallade family is proud to say that $1,340 was collected this year for the Cole Foundation to benefit the Patterson Cancer Centerâ€™s patients. The money will be used for gas cards for cancer patients and their direct care needs.
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