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Afternoon showers, cool. High 67, low The overall allocation to coun- ty districts has remained about the same since the gambling- funded breaks started with 09 school tax bills. Elimination of more than 3, ineligible households bythecountyandschool districts boosts the individual credit slightly. The estimates stem from the states legal requirement to an- nually publicize how much gam- bling money each district will re- ceive and project howmuch each home or farm owner will save in the coming school year.
The education department us- es a formula based largely on en- rollment, personal income and property market values to deter- mine allotments for eachdistrict, said department spokesperson Tim Eller.
The number of eligible house- holds has decreased 3, coun- tywide fromlast years 87, re- Homestead tax break going up The removal of ineligible properties will increase the assistance for others.
But the organization must in- vestigate its op- tions before making any de- cisions regard- ing whether Smith can maintain his seat. Smith, 41, the former di- rector of the Keystone State Skin- heads, was elected in April to the party committee position in the countys third district. Its a four- year term representing Pittstons 4th ward. No candidates had sought the committee member seat, allow- ing Smith, of Pittston, to win the unpaid party The End Of Our Road - Marvin Gaye - The End Of Our Road / Whats Going On through a write-in campaign in the primary election.
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But those views must be tempered with the party rules and regulations. The knee-jerk reaction should be that we should throw him out, Casey said, but the party has bylaws it must follow. The minute you start parsing off who can hold a seat it becomes a slip- pery slope. Hesaidnoneof themembers of Discovery of Skinhead committeeman perplexes area GOP Chairman Casey calls for careful, legal action, but a Jewish candidate is angry.
SEDER aseder timesleader. Meanwhile, Sanduskys hopes for a last- minute delay in his trial on charges he sexual- ly abused10 boys were dashed when the state Supreme Court issued a one-paragraph order that denied a sealed motion but did not dis- close the justices reasoning. That sets thestagefor thestart of juryselec- tion this morning at the Centre County Cour- thouse.
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But we ask citizens to do that every day in courts across the nation. Mediaorganizations, includingTheAssoci- ated Press, typically do not identify people without their consent who say they were sex- ually abused. Sandusky, 68, faces 52 charges he abused Theyll Never Take Her Love From Me - Hank Williams - Long Gone Lonesome Blues : August 1949 - Decem boys over 15 years, allegations he has re- peatedly denied. He remains confined to his home as he awaits trial.
Jury se- lection in the Jerry Sandusky sexual abuse trial is scheduled for today. Local sup- porters say their loyalty has not wavered, although some are disappointed with the treat- ment of former head football coach Joe Paterno. Crisis situations are also opportunities to have a focus on your school, do the right thing and rebound even stronger. Sobel, whose firm has exten- sive experience in crisis man- agement, referred to the old ad- age that What doesnt kill you makes you stronger.
Goingthroughthe painof al- most getting killed actually Better days foreseen for Penn State The Sandusky case can make university stronger, expert and some area grads say. Background: Arrested in November after a long investigation by a statewide grand jury. He had been a very successful defen- sive coach for the Nittany Lions for 30 years, and prosecutors say he used his fame in the community to attract victims.
Charges: Involuntary deviate sexual in- tercourse, indecent assault of a young child, unlawful contact with minors, corruption of minors, endangering the welfare of children. Status: Faces trial with jury selection today. Background: Dottie Sandusky has stood by her husband, issuing a statement in December that proclaimed his innocence and said accusers were making The Barleycorn - The Johnstons - The Johnstons / The Barley Corn stories.
She is not charged. Background: Curley fielded a complaint about Sandusky in a team shower with a boy in earlyand told a grand jury he instructed Sandusky not to be inside Penn State athletic facil- ities with any young people. Charges: Failure to properly report suspect- ed child abuse and perjury Theyll Never Take Her Love From Me - Hank Williams - Long Gone Lonesome Blues : August 1949 - Decem lying to the grand jury.
He denies the allegations and is seeking to have the charges dismissed. Corrections will appear in this spot. If you have information to help us correct an inaccu- racy or cover an Quartett (Intega Remix) - Various - Iron Curtain Revisited more thoroughly, call the newsroom at Managing Editor Anne Woelfel Main St.
Couchman is one of 14 parishioners from Trinity United Presbyterian Church in Modesto who are in the area helping home owners whose houses were damaged by the September flooding. The volunteers will be here all week, working on homes in West Pittston and Plains Township. They are part of the Presbyterian Disaster Assistance program that has sent volunteers to several states to aid in disaster recovery.
They bring their own tools, and the organization helps pay for some of the materials. The volunteers were working putting up drywall and running electrical wiring.
Doug Sievers is the local coordinator for the program. The flooding was spawned by Tropical Storm Lee and affected many com- munities throughout the Northeast, forcing thousands to evacuate as well. DiMaria said he want- ed to have a list of possi- ble candi- dates availa- ble in the case of a vacancy on the department. Council Secretary Gene Breznay said the increase was appropriate and over- due. Council will hold the final vote on the amendment in July.
Resident KennyRosa, SlocumStreet, addressed council, saying that he was concerned with events taking place at Swoyersville Fire Hall because of exces- sive late-night noise. He said several events continued until after midnight, disturbing neighbors. Council President Ronald Alunni said he would ensure that future activ- ities at the hall would be well moni- tored and would end at a reasonable hour. Danny Balast, Poland Street, said he hada concernabout the safetyof a near- byproperty.
Hesaidthat bricks andoth- er debris often landed on his vehicles and he was concerned that someone might get hurt. Zoning Officer Joe Ruscavage said the property would be coming up for sheriffs sale before the end of the year and he anticipated that the problem would be resolved at that time. Rinehart indicated a volunteer was needed to assist with that program.
The Dallas School Board honored five retiring employees at a work session on Monday night. Dallas Elementary kindergarten teacher Lucy Callahan will retire with 33 years of service, high school English and language arts teacher Candyce Fike will retire with 31 years, high school band director Todd Hunter will retire with 24 years of service, middle school li- brarian Louise Ro- berts will retire with 19 years and Dallas Elemen- tary gifted instructor Linda Doughton will retire with eight years of service, thoughshehas beenanemployeeof the district for more than 20 years.
School principals, board members and Superintendent Frank Galicki ad- dressed each retiree before offering each a small gift in appreciation of ser- vice to the district.
Three high school students in the Ju- nior Leadership Wilkes-Barre program spoke to the boardabout their yearlong participation in the group, which aims to help high school juniors develop leadership skills and benefit the com- munity. Blake Donovansaidthe programwas especially useful in meeting new peo- ple from different areas and breaking down stereotypes about students from other schools in the Wyoming Valley.
Healso said issues relating to the gym floor and auditorium will be addressed dur- ing the summer months. June 11 in the administration building. Residents asked su- pervisors about the Bulford Farms sewer project and a proposed composting pro- ject for SCI-Dallas at a meeting Monday.
Resident Mary Dockeray wanted to know about a townshipwide sewer plan that was sent to the state Répons Bref: Au Commencement - Communauté de Freres de Taizé* - 2. Septuagésime - Carême of Environmental Protection and why the Bulford Farms project was only two sen- tences. Solicitor Jeffrey Malak said the plan on- lybrieflymentions theBulfordFarms sew- er project because it addresses the entire townships sewage needs.
Thetownshipwill alsoincur costs inthe project, but Supervisor Al Foxsaidthe ma- jority of property owners have agreed to the Theyll Never Take Her Love From Me - Hank Williams - Long Gone Lonesome Blues : August 1949 - Decem costs.
Malak said some residents are con- cerned about paying taxes towards the project when it doesnt affect their proper- ties at all. Dockeray said she has yet to see docu- ments that were sent toDEPjustifyingthe project, though Malak said he has tried to provide all the documents Dockeray has requested. Bonnie Dombrowski said she has con- cerns about noise, traffic and safety of the area where the operation is planned. Fox urged residents to attend the soon- to-bescheduledplanningcommissionand zoning hearing board meetings on the matter to voice their opinions.
He said the supervisors also have some concerns about the project and will con- sider having Malak attend the hearings to express the supervisors and residents opinions. Malak said he and Chairman John Wilkes Jr. Late last year, the township ended its year agreement with the borough after not having received payment for services rendered to Steele Road since Malak said the situation was resolved amicably and the two parties are moving forward.
Sewers, composting focus of Jackson Twp. The next supervisors meeting will be at 6 p. July 9 in the municipal building. Solicitor Jeffrey Malak said agents visited the township building some time around March and obtained re- cords from and The Great Divide - Big Country - Steeltown said he did not know which agency the agents were from or any other details.
He said the township is cooperating. We are confident we have done ev- erything right in Jackson Township and are waiting for them to contact us to see what the next step is, Malak said. Supervisor John Wilkes Jr. Clark Stewart who accused himof subverting a legal case involving zoning.
I resent strongly being called a subversive person, Mattern said. Stewart is involved in a law- suit about a zoning issue and has made accusations against Mattern and other employees of the municipality.
Stewart passed out a packet of informa- tion to council Theyll Never Take Her Love From Me - Hank Williams - Long Gone Lonesome Blues : August 1949 - Decem. Council President Sandra Case said Kingston had a zon- ing board and that he should present his case to the board.
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