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Archive - Aug 17, 2011

Girls Scouts getting busy

August 17, 2011

The Girl Scouts of Ridgway are holding a registration/pool party event Thursday, Aug. 18 from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. for both Girl Scouts and girls of all ages who may want to learn more about scouts.
"Registration forms will be available for both girls and adults who would like to become involved in Girl Scouts," said Rayetta Lindberg, who indicated family members also are invited to attend. "Financial assistance is available to girls for the registration fee."
There also is no admission charge for the pool party, and food and drinks can be purchased from the concession stand.

Over 1,000 firefighters coming to Kane for convention

August 17, 2011

More than 1,000 volunteer firefighters will be coming to Kane for a three-day convention that begins Thursday.
The Kane Volunteer Fire Department is hosting the 119th annual convention of the Central District Volunteer Firefighter's Association (CDVFA). The organization, founded in 1892, meets annually for business meetings-- as well as for fun, relaxation and camaraderie.

Treatment plant nearing completion

August 17, 2011

JOHNSONBURG – The Johnsonburg Municipal Authority held their regular meeting Tuesday night to discuss the progress of the waste water treatment plant.
"The total project costs will stay within budget provided costs for extra engineering due to the most recent six months of delay are deducted from the general contractor's retainage," said engineer Dan Guss.
The incurred costs for the project as of July 1 are $14,199,677.33 out of a projected budget of $14,319,088.
According to Guss, the treatment plant has remained in full operation since May 31.

Township repeals ordinance

August 17, 2011

The Ridgway Township Supervisors voted unanimously in favor of repealing an outdoor wood burner ordinance and replacing it with ordinance No. 98.
The new ordinance will abide by regulations set by the Department of Environmental Protection [DEP].
"DEP came out with regulations last October so our ordinance is in conflict with it and since they now have regulations we want to turn it over to them," said supervisor Millie Bowers.
DEP had adopted rules and regulations which address the use, construction, placement and fuels to be used in outdoor wood burners.

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