WALSTON â€” The Young Township supervisors adopted the storm water management ordinance at Wednesday's supervisors meeting.
Mike Defelice, supervisor chairman, said even though the ordinance has been adopted, that doesn't mean it can't be amended.
Ron Canton, township auditor, said they performed an audit on the sewage account this year and discovered a lot of problems that have been corrected.
Canton said the auditors picked up some items that were missed over the years, and some of the customers who owed money on their accounts have been coming in and bringing them current.
(The Spirit is pleased to share with our readers vignettes of life in the 19th century as originally reported in past issues of the newspapers. These reproduced stories include their original headlines and spelling.)
(February 12, 1896)
Still Keeps the Stove
BROOKVILLE â€” The period of time to file petitions for the May 17 spring primary election concluded Tuesday with some incumbents and challengers filing for various positions throughout Jefferson County.
Punxsutawney Borough Council
Three seats on Punxsutawney Borough Council are up for reelection this year, with Roger Steele the only incumbent to file for reelection as a Republican.
Challenger Michele P. Lorenzo filed as a Democrat; and challenger Eric C. Story filed as a Republican.
Incumbents Robert Reesman and Donna Lellock did not file.