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Police - Jerusalem Twp. trustees put 3.5 mill levy on ballot
Written by Kelly Kaczala   
Thursday, 13 August 2009 15:31

Jerusalem Township Trustees Aug. 11 voted unanimously to place a 3.5-mill levy for one year on the November 3 ballot to fund sheriff patrols in the township.

On July 28, trustees Joe Gray and Rodney Graffis voted in favor of putting a levy on the ballot. Following a special meeting to gauge public opinion on the matter on Aug. 6, Gray said he would vote at the Aug. 11 trustee meeting to rescind his motion to vote for the levy because it lacked support from the packed crowd of 125 residents.

Gray did rescind his motion, then voted with Graffis and Trustee Joe Kiss in favor of putting the 3.5-mill levy on the ballot.

Gray said he changed his mind because voters in the township should have the opportunity to decide on the levy.

 
Remedial plan tests - Corps plans to sample soils at Luckey site
Written by Larry Limpf   
Thursday, 13 August 2009 14:58

The Army Corps of Engineers plans to conduct soil sampling and related surveys later this year at the former Brush Beryllium site near the Village of Luckey as part of an ongoing remedial program for the 40-acre parcel located at 21200 Luckey Road.
Also, sampling of groundwater monitoring wells, which is performed annually, is scheduled for this month under rules set by the Formerly Utilized Sites Remedial Action Program, said Duane Lenhardt, project manager for the Luckey site.

“Later this year, we will further define the extent of the FUSRAP-related soil contamination on the site by performing soil sampling and geophysical and topographic surveys,” Lenhardt said, adding results from the testing will provide the Corps with the necessary data to enter what is called the remedial design phase of the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA).

 
Board prepares for bond issue on Nov. ballot
Written by Larry Limpf   
Thursday, 13 August 2009 14:53

Now that voters have approved an emergency operating levy, the Woodmore school board is turning its attention to a bond issue for the November ballot that would leverage state funding to help pay for the construction of a new building.

A resolution to proceed with putting a bond issue request on the Nov. 3 ballot was approved last week by the school board.

The resolution authorizes the district to issue bonds totaling about $19.5 million to be used for construction costs and to levy an additional 0.5-mill property tax that would be used for permanent improvement expenses if the new school is built.

 
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