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Cedoz had `common sense approach’ as trustee
Written by Kelly Kaczala   
Thursday, 12 November 2009 15:46

Former Jerusalem Township Trustee Ray Cedoz was remembered

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Ray Cedoz

last week as a trustee who cared about his community, and had a common sense approach to running the township.

Cedoz died Monday, Nov. 9, of pneumonia. He was 75-years-old.

Cedoz, a lifelong resident of the township, had battled cancer for a long time, according to his wife, Jeanette, whom he had been married to for 56 years.

As trustee, Cedoz was passionate about the township and was widely known for listening to both sides of an issue.

 
Coy Elementary students host a salute to veterans
Written by Press Staff Writer   
Thursday, 12 November 2009 15:39

On Nov. 11, 2009, Coy Elementary fourth- and fifth-graders invited

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Coy Elementary students Joshua Case (front)
and David Carr, along with Principal Amy Molnar,
at a recent Veterans Day program held at the school.

veterans to come to the school for a special Veterans Day program.

The program began with Christ Dunberger Post of the American Legion posting the colors, followed by Coy Boy Scouts leading the audience in the Pledge of Allegiance, and a moment of silence.

The fourth grade then shared a poem titled, “Just a Common Soldier,” by A. Lawrence Vaincourt and some fifth-grade students read essays they had written on the topic of, “What Freedom Means to Me.”

The program continued with the playing of “Armed Service Medley.” As each service song played, the veterans stood to be recognized.

The program concluded with each student introducing the veteran he or she brought to the program and a presentation of flag pins.

 
Eastwood schools Sup’t warns of rosy scenario
Written by Larry Limpf   
Thursday, 12 November 2009 15:42

Eastwood school superintendent Brent Welker is cautioning district residents the most recent financial statements paint a rosy but unrealistic picture of the district’s actual condition.

As of Nov. 6, about a third of the way into the current fiscal year,  total revenues were about $7.1 million, about $655,067, or 10 percent more, than at the same time last year when the district had collected $6.5 million.

General property tax revenues this year are about $2 million, about $207,963 more than last year but the district has only collected a little more than $1 million in income taxes - a drop of $134,549 compared to last year.

The superintendent notes the district’s allocation of grants-in-aid includes $138,715 in stimulus money that can’t be used for basic general fund purposes.

 
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