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HALLOWEEN Print E-mail
Written by David Schaef   
Monday, 27 October 2014 00:00

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HALLOWEEN - Mickle’s Haunted Barn will be open Thursday, October 30, from 6:00 – 9:30, at Stratton Ave., across from the Little League field in Linesville.Stop by for Free Haunting fun and Hot Dogs! Trick or Treat Night is county wide that night except in North and South Shenango Townships. See inside for times, and locations. First Baptist Church of Linesville is also sponsoring a fun Harvest event at the church. Story inside. Happy Halloween to all readers and families. Be safe, have fun.

 
CL Park issues filed in court documents Print E-mail
Written by David Schaef   
Monday, 27 October 2014 00:00

The state Attorney General’s office has filed a petition to stop the Sheriff’s Sale of Conneaut Lake Park, this a followup to an earlier objection to the sale.

Filing in Crawford County Court took place Monday, Oct. 20, that a filing by the state attorney general’s office. The next day paper work was filed by Crawford County, the townships of Sadsbury and Summit, and the Conneaut School District, who are owed more than $900,000 in back taxes, interest and penalties.

Crawford County Judge Mark Stevens issued an order delaying the November 7, sheriff’s sale until December 5, and issued an order setting a hearing on the state’s objections for Monday, Nov. 24, in argument court.

Stevens’ order directed the state to file any legal briefs by Friday, Oct. 24, or risk the November sheriff’s sale being reinstated for November 7.

The Attorney General’s petition to stay the Sheriff Sale notes “the Sheriff Sale scheduled for November 7; that the Commonwealth filed preliminary objections and petition to set aside on October 1;

Read more in this weeks issue.


For additional details about CL Park issues filed in court documents, as well as the headlines noted below, please purchase a Monday, Oct. 27, newspaper at area locations or a digital download of the paper.

  • CASH teams win VB, Football championships! Page 17!
  • Scattergun Preserve shut down by BL & I! Page 3!
  • Walk, run event Nov. 29

 
VALLEY STUDENTS OF MONTH Print E-mail
Monday, 20 October 2014 00:00

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- David Schaef photo
VALLEY STUDENTS OF MONTH - Students at Conneaut Valley Elementary School, who were chosen September 2014 Students of the Month were, from left, row one - kindergarten’s BreAnne Dendis, Delaney Mead, Adriean Johnson, Landon Dunham; and row two - second graders Christian Gillette, Megan Mattocks, Cody Prince, and Twila Neiswonger. Absent from photo is kindergarten’s Caleb Thompson.

 

 
Headlines for Oct. 20, 2014 Print E-mail

Summit supervisors get update on CL Park
Written by Roseanne Staab

Summit Township supervisors held their October public meeting with presiding Supervisors Bill Agnew, Harry McGrath and Jerauld Smith in attendance. Secretary Cindy McCoy took the minutes and there were 13 citizens present.

The September meeting minutes were approved by unanimous vote.

During Public Comment, a man asked Summit Solicitor William Walker for an update on Conneaut Lake Park and the impending Sheriff Sale.

Attorney Walker responded first by requesting an Executive Session near the end of the meeting to discuss this issue with the Supervisors.

He then addressed the man, informing him that the State Attorney General’s office had filed “Preliminary Objections,” but that everything was still proceeding toward the Sheriff Sale set for November 7.

Read more in this weeks issue.

 

Sadsbury requests removal of objects in township road right-of-ways
Written by Roseanne Staab

Sadsbury Township supervisors held their October public meeting, with Supervisors Kevin VanHonk, Lyle Hoovler and Bonnie Smith in attendance. Secretary Rose Mumau took the minutes.

The September meeting minutes were not prepared, therefore they were not reviewed.

There was no Public Comment.

Road Master Mark Sobieski gave the Road Report, informing the Board that citizens are leaving objects on the roadsides in front of their residences. Items such as portable basketball hoops, flower pots, rocks, rail road ties, marker sticks and steel rebar are being positioned within the township right-of-way, and could be safety hazards.

Sobieski stated that any items placed or left in the township right-of-way must be removed immediately. Snow plows can grab and hook items such as basketball hoops and steel rebar, and these can then be dragged down the street.

The Board expressed concern at this news, and consulted Solicitor R. Charles Thomas, who was present at the meeting. They wanted to know about liability issues and who would be responsible if someone got hurt, due to citizens leaving objects out near the street. They also wanted to know if they have the authority to remove any or all items positioned within the township right-of-way.

Read more in this weeks issue.


For additional details about these stories , as well as the headlines noted below, please purchase a Monday, Oct. 20, newspaper at area locations or a digital download of the paper.

  • CASH sports updates on games, schedules! Page 17!
  • Linesville needs borough council person! Page 9!
  • Renew CLAAS membership!

 
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