Archive - Mar 20, 2012 - News Article
PUNXSUTAWNEY â Construction on the Graystone Court apartments and tower has resumed full throttle after a short winter layoff.
"We stopped in November working on the outside and resumed construction on the towers with the onset of the warmer weather," said Jeff S. Long, developer and owner of Graystone Court Apartments.
Long said work crews have two more floors to construct on the apartment tower.
"We can't hang any drywall in the tower until we get the roof on it," Long said, adding that the roof should be in place within a month, and then the interior work will commence.
BIG RUN â The members of Big Run Borough Council agreed at Monday's meeting not to pursue mandatory garbage pickup for borough residents.
"We have an ordinance in place; it's not necessary to pass another one for mandatory pickup," said John Niver, Big Run Council member.
Nick Lantz, council president, said most people in Big Run have garbage pickup.
Niver said it was not his intention to have burn barrels banned in the borough through an ordinance for mandatory garbage pickup.
Members of the American Cancer Society are shown preparing for Daffodil Days in Jefferson County at the Stello Foods building in Punxsutawney. The Society will be selling daffodils Thursday, Friday and Saturday in Punxsy at Fezell's County Market, Comet Market and PNC Bank; in Brookville at Mike's Supermarket; and in Reynoldsville at Mike's Bi Lo, S&T Bank and Community First Bank. The Society sells daffodils because they are the "flower of hope." Shar N. Hope, the BoydsÂ® by EnescoÂ® bear, is also available at the various locations throughout Jefferson County.