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Council votes 7-0 to award Andrekovich lost wages, health care costs

April 17, 2012

PUNXSUTAWNEY — Punxsutawney Borough Council voted to award a monetary settlement with recently reinstated Borough Police Officer Det. Brian Andrekovich at a special meeting held Tuesday in council chambers.

A motion was made by Toby Santik, council member, to pay the agreed amounts to Andrekovich.

The amount of the award was not disclosed at Tuesday's special meeting.
"I make the motion that the Borough of Punxsutawney pay Brian Andrekovich the agreed amounts for: Lost wages, interest on the lost wages, mileage and parking on account of the federal lawsuit," Santik said.

Farm bureau, businesses, officials promote rural road safety

April 17, 2012

PUNXSUTAWNEY — With the spring weather upon us and more people taking drives in the country, beware, as large farm equipment has returned to the highways.

The Jefferson County Farm Bureau held its annual Rural Road Safety Week event at Fezell's County Market Tuesday.

According to the Farm Bureau Web site, "The Rural Roads Safety program was created in 2000 by the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau. ... “Rural Roads Safety Week, a joint campaign between the Pa. Farm Bureau, Pa.

District court jurisdiction boundaries could change

April 17, 2012

BIG RUN — Big Run borough residents — as well as other residents throughout Jefferson County — may find themselves driving to a different destination for Magisterial District Court.

At Monday's council meeting, Big Run Mayor Joe Buterbaugh said the borough council members received a letter from Jefferson County Common Pleas President Judge John H. Foradora informing them that every 10 years after the U.S. Census is complete, the president judges of each judicial district are challenged to review the lines of their respective Magisterial Judicial Districts.

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