Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania on February 23, 1980 · Page 26
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February 23, 1980

Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania · Page 26

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Page 26 —Thursday, June 13, 1985 / tEhe Fate of sewage plant in Black Lick a month away BLAIRSVILLE — The Indiana County Housing Authority received one proposal Tuesday for the disposal of the sewage plant facility in Black Lick, but decided to wait another month to seek additional bids for the plant's removal and make a final decision at its July meeting. The lone proposal received for the plant's disposal during the authority's June meeting at Morewood Towers in Blairsville was submitted by James Ulicny, Coral, owner of the Coral Exxon Service center. A new sewage facilty is located on Route 119 adjacent to the new Burrell Township system installed by Dow Chemical Co. The authority agreed at its May meeting to open bidding for sale of the plant in Black Lick to private companies who would agree to remove the old system and store it on private property. Since the quoted price was changed, it became necessary for the board of directors to reaward the workmen's compensation insurance contract to PMA Insurance of Johnstown. The new cost for the one- Youths arrested for thefts of $23,000 Two juveniles were arrested in Punxsutawney on Wednesday in connection with $23,000 worth of stolen property. PUNXSUTAWNEY — Two 17- year-olds were arrested Wednesday and charged with two counts of burglary, two counts of theft and four counts of motor vehicle theft. Punxsutawney Borough police reported. Police recovered three motor vehicles, one tri-rod ATV recreational vehicle, a chain saw and fishing equipment. Total value of the property recovered in the arrests was set •at $23,125. The juveniles have been released in the custody of their parents to await juvenile court action in Jefferson County. HOMER CITY — Someone entered the home of Donald States in Homer City RD 1 and took about $50 in change sometime between 9 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, state police in Indiana said. BARNESBORO — A Spangler man has been charged with criminal trespass after he entered a home in -Pine Township and refused to leave, state police in Indiana said. According to police, Barry Lynn Sewalish, 34, smashed a window to enter the home of Connie Lou Wright •on Township Road 585, Barnesboro . RD 2, at 3:30 a.m. Wednesday. When he refused to leave, police were called. ' The man ,was taken before District Magistrate Angelo Cravotta. He was committed to the Indiana County Jail in lieu of $2,500 in bail. BROOKVILLE — A break-in at the Jefferson County Service Center Beg your pardon An error was made in a report on a meeting of the Blairsville- Saltsburg School Board, published • in the Tuesday, June 11 edition of .the Gazette. At their meeting, the board set salaries for certified substitute teachers at $45 a day and for non- certified substitute teachers at 840, rather than $50 as previously reported., in Pinecreek Township on June 11 or 12 resulted in the loss of gauges and a cutting torch valued at $250 and food items valued at $57.25, state police in Punxsutawney said. Someone took a toolbox and tools valued at $1,500 from the Delaney Chevrolet lot at 626 Water St. sometime between 8:30 p.m. Tuesday and 8 a.m. Wednesday, borough police said. The victim was listed as Greg Sa- battini of Freeport. Iselin sewage plant included on EPA tour In addition to reviewing progress on the Water Renovation II project at Tuesday night's meeting, the Indiana County Municipal Services Authority also: — Announced that a tour of alternative sewage treatment plants sponsored by the federal Environmental Protection Agency will be stopping in Iselin on June 20. 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Betty Schmedicke, executive director of the housing authority, reported that beginning June 17 and continuing through"July, the authority will be conducting houskeeping and maintenance inspections of its 224 housing units. Another issue dealt with Saltsburg Borough Council's request for authority support of a hydroelectric plant to be built in conjunction with Westmoreland County on the Conemaugh River. The council, in cooperation with Westmoreland County, seeks support for a Urban Development Action Grant. Application for the grant must first be approved by the Pennsylvania Public Utilities Commission, then be submitted to the federal government for final approval. If the grant is approved and the hydroelectric plant built, it would mean an economic boost of $160,000 per year for the Saltsburg-Loyalhanna Township (Westmoreland) area, according to a Saltsburg spokesman. The authority will lend support to the project through letters to the county commissioners and state and federal legislators. The housing authority's existing Section 8 program, it was reported, has 518 low-income people on a waiting list for rent aid to be paid directly to landlords. The authority presently spends $26,000 per month for the 148 units it now has leased. Schmedicke announced that effec- tive July 1, the federal government will be reducing the administrative fee for Section 8 by 10 percent. This will mean an annual revenue loss of $7,000 for the authority. In other action, the board of directors: — Announced that its annual reor- ganizational meeting will be held on Tuesday, July 9 at Chestnut Ridge Inn in Blairsville. State representative Bill Stewart, D-Johnstown, will speak. The Indiana County commissioners will also attend. — Established employee wages for fiscal year beginning July 1. 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