Headlines for Apr. 21, 2014

Vo-tech closing student cafeteria
Written by David Schaef

Come next school year, the cafeteria at the Crawford County Career & Technical Center [former Vo-tech] will no longer be in operation to serve student lunches.

Members of the CCCTC board of directors, which include Don Ellis, Jr., Dr. Walter Thomas and David Schaef of the Conneaut School District, along with 3 members each from the Crawford Central School District and PennCREST School District, were so informed when the CCCTC board met last week in regular meeting session.

Primary reason for the change is a change in times that students, primarily PennCREST - Cambridge Springs, Maplewood and Saegertown - students arrive and depart at mid day at the school, leaving the morning session and arriving for the afternoon session.

Read more in this weeks issue.


Conneaut Lake Borough Council hears concerns over ice cream shop
Written by Roseanne Staab

Conneaut Lake Borough Council held their April meeting, with Chairman Dick Holabaugh, Bill Eldridge, John Chuey, Penny Monahan, and Dwight Stallard in attendance. Councilmen Mike Krepps, Billy Paris and Mayor Timothy Kaider were absent.

Secretary Kathryn Spencer took the minutes and there was 1 citizen present.

Jessica Hamilton and Bruce Lawrence, accountants/auditors from McGill, Power and Bell took the floor to talk about an Independent Audit for the Borough. They discussed procedures, tests, accounting principles, expenditures and receipts, and when figures should match cash and revenues. Assets are considered expenses at this municipality.

Read more in this weeks issue.


Summerhill supervisors in April meeting
Written by Roseanne Staab

Summerhill Township supervisors held their April public meeting with Supervisors Duane Agnew and Bob Arendash in attendance. Supervisor David Johns was absent. Secretary Brenda Braden took the minutes and there were 4 citizens in present.

The meeting was opened with the salute to the American Flag.

The March meeting minutes were reviewed and approved, along with the Treasurer’s Report.

For Public Participation, a Republican candidate for the 17th District State Representative seat, Ed Franz, stood to introduce himself and speak a little about some of the issues facing Pennsylvania at this time.

Read more in this weeks issue.

For additional details about these stories , as well as the headlines noted below, please purchase a Monday, April 21, newspaper at area locations or a digital download of the paper.

  • Help FFA raise $2,000! Test drive a Ram Truck! Page 20!
  • Fitness classes, training available locally! Page 3!
  • Good Times! Pages 18, 19!