Headlines for Apr. 6, 2014

Old cheerleading uniforms go on sale
Written by David Schaef

Cheerleading uniforms, mostly from the old Conneaut Lake and Conneaut Valley High Schools, will be put up for sale by the school district Conneaut school directors decided when they met in work session Wednesday evening at Conneaut Valley Middle School.

A request on how to dispose of the uniforms was made with information to be dispensed through the alumni groups in the areas and on the school district web site.

The uniforms have no value/use to current cheerleading squads at the two middle school at Conneaut Lake and Conneaut Valley who received new uniforms in the Eagle colors and mascot this past winter boy’s basketball season.

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Summit leaders name new supervisor
Written by David Schaef

Summit Township supervisors held their April public meeting with Supervisors Bill Agnew and Harry McGrath in attendance. Secretary Cindy McCoy took the minutes and there were 8 citizens present.

All stood to salute the American Flag before Supervisor Bill Agnew announced the appointment of Jerauld Smith to the vacant Supervisor’s seat. Mr. Smith will complete the remaining term of Joel Stone, who has moved out of the township to reside.

This Supervisor’s position will be subject to vote by the public when the term is completed at the end of 2015..

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Sadsbury supervisors hold April meeting
Written by Roseanne Staab

Sadsbury Township supervisors held their April public meeting at the rescheduled time of Tuesday, April 1. Supervisors in attendance were Kevin VanHonk, Lyle Hoovler and Bonnie Smith.

Secretary Rose Mumau took the minutes and there was 1 citizen present. The salute to the American Flag preceded the acceptance of the meeting minutes of March 11th, the Treasurer’s Report, and the payment of bills of March 14th and 28th.

For the Road Report, Road Master Mark Sobieski informed the Board that the transit used by the Road Crew is old and in need of repair. There was a discussion as to whether it would be feasible to purchase a new one.

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For additional details about these stories , as well as the headlines noted below, please purchase a Monday, April 7, newspaper at area locations or a digital download of the paper.

  • CASH spring sports seasons are underway! Pages 8, 9!
  • Fitness classes, training available locally! Page 5!!
  • Cottage for sale! Page 10!