The first project of three is nearly complete with the demolition of this house Monday, located at the corner of Route 310 (Elk Run Avenue) and Route 119 (Ridge Avenue). According to PennDOT, the property was purchased from Brian Horner, who was using the former store and house to store tires. The demolition of the structure is a sight and distance improvement project, which is a portion of two other projects: The replacement of the bridge on Route 119 that travels over Elk Run Creek, and a third project which involves construction of a turning lane at the intersection.
BROOKVILLE â€” Tuesday, the Jefferson County Commissioners proclaimed the month of May as Older Americans Month.
More than 4,000 people aged 60 and older live in Jefferson County, and this proclamation is designed to recognize their involvement in the lives of the countyâ€™s residents.
Mikki Oakes, director of the Area Agency on Agingâ€™s Development and Community Relations, thanked the commissioners for their efforts in connecting to the community.
â€śWe appreciate the commissionersâ€™ support of our seniors here in Jefferson County,â€ť she said.
PUNXSUTAWNEY â€” Like everything else, the price of lunch will probably rise once again in all cafeterias in the Punxsutawney Area School District due to federal guidelines.
Lesa Conner, board member and chairperson for the cafeteria committee, said at Wednesdayâ€™s board committee meeting that the board is looking at raising the price of school lunches by $0.05 for the 2011-12 school year.