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New police cruiser is on the horizon
Written by Lisa Houserman

The purchase of a new police cruiser was discussed during the May meeting of the Conneaut Lake Regional Police Commission.

Police Chief, Todd Pfeifer, who was not in attendance due to a medical leave, requested that an unmarked car be considered for purchase. The topic led to a discussion by members of the Commission including, Lyle Hoovler, Bonnie Smith, Kevin VanHonk, Tim Kaider, Richard Holabaugh and Rose Mumau.

Holabaugh stated that he thought there would be repercussions if they ended up with an unmarked cruiser since they currently have complaints about a heavy police presence.

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North Shenango supervisors told that auto body repair shop licensing proceeding
Written by Roseanne Staab

North Shenango Township supervisors held their May public meeting with Supervisors Dan Dickey, Eloise Settlemyre and Bill Emerick in attendance. Secretary Denise Gray took the minutes and there were 4 citizens present. All stood to salute the American Flag.

There was no Public Comment.

Under the Code Report, Secretary Gray brought up the local Anderson property, which has been in violation of junk and property maintenance. She said that the neighbors there are complaining about it and that the DEP was notified and had been out to investigate. HAZMAT authorities were not there.

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CL Park tax sale proposal is a Sadsbury Township discussion topic
Written by Roseanne Staab

Sadsbury Township supervisors held their May public meeting with Supervisors Kevin VanHonk, Lyle Hoovler and Bonnie Smith in attendance. Secretary Rose Mumau took the minutes and there were 4 citizens present.

For Public Comment, a man stood to talk about Bill’s Midway Marina Boat Storage on Rt. 18. There is a development plan for two additional boat storage buildings to be erected. Clay Fales, Surveyor and Engineer, is doing work on these plans.

There is a staging area located in the vicinity for boats, and the business also launches them in the water for their customers.

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  • CASH holds spring sports banquet! Photo, story Page 10!!
  • Free digital adapters from Armstrong! Inside!
  • Auction! Page 5!

 
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- David Schaef photo
NOTED BY FFA - At the recent annual Conneaut Area Senior High FFA banquet, several were recognized for their support of the organization in the past year- from left, Mr. and Mrs. Jeremy Graff, named FFA Honorary members [daughter Jayna in front]; Mary Beth Jacobs, CASH teacher, faculty choice, retiring after 35 years, but always helper/backer/champion of the FFA; and Jody Sperry, representing Sperry Egg Farms, special plaque, various donations of eggs in assisting the program.

 
New iPad purchase receives approval Print E-mail
Written by David Schaef   
Monday, 26 May 2014 00:00

Conneaut School directors approved the purchase of 200 new iPAd 2 tablets when they met in May voting session earlier this month, a part of a $92,503.00 lease purchase that includes 750 infocase - iPad cases, 250 Belkin USB chargers and 300 Startech Pin Cable items as well.

The new iPads will be given to the 9th grade class coming into the high school this fall with iPads from this year’s graduating class being collected with plans for those models to be used at the 8th grade level in the two middle schools.

Use by the 8th graders, mostly in school, should help the transition a year from now when 8th graders become the new 9th grade class.

The infocase - iPad cases should help to better protect the iPads students are using in the senior high school.

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  • Congratulations to CASH baseball, volleyball teams! Page 2!!
  • Link To Services event for seniors, more! Inside!
  • LHS grad noted in NY Times article

 
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New CVE principal hired by school board Print E-mail
Written by David Schaef   
Monday, 19 May 2014 00:00

Adam Jardina was hired as the new Conneaut Valley Elementary School principal effective July 1 when school directors met in regular voting session Wednesday evening.

Jardina will replace the retiring Steve Corsi, who has been at the CVE school for 16 years.

Jardina currently serves as an elementary principal in the Franklin School District and resides in Cambridge Springs.

He brings four years of elementary school principal experience and 6 years of elementary teaching experience with him.

He was one of 10 people who was interviewed for the position and one of 35 who applied.

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  • Linesville Pharmacy grand opening planned! Page 2!!
  • Memorial Day salutes, parades! Inside!
  • Auction! Page 11!

 
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