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Wayne Independent (Newspaper) - May 20, 2006, Honesdale, Pennsylvania INDEPENDENT r Advertising 2533055 Classifieds 2536666 Wayne Countys Only Daily Newspaper News Desk 2533055 Circulation 2533055 Volume Number 96 May 50 cents Newsstand Established 1878 Police Rule Deaths As Wayne Independent photos by Peter Becker HISTORIC denoting the Historic District in uptown were posted this A large section of uptown was designated by the National Historic Register eight years April The District spans from Park Street north to 18th Street and from the old cemeteries on the east to Overlook and contains 323 homes and businesses on the The process officially began in 1993 when a group of interested citizens formed Historic Honesdale for the purpose of making an application for the District to the Historical and Museum Fran and Charles Devereaux chaired the The des ignation does not carry restrictions on what homeowners may do with their but gives recognition and makes properties potentially eligible for federal assisted preserva tion programs an possible tax according to the It also is a means to enhance A narrative developed by the Department of Interior after an Inspection of the area during the application process noted that the neighborhood is with archi varied including Queen Colonial Second Greek Revival and Folk Victorian Many of the prosperous merchants and canal company as well as working settled uptown in the 19th Erection of the signs has coincided with publication of a Walking Historic produced by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation as a means to mitigate impact on the community when the Church Street Bridge is That which includes photos and descriptions of several homes in the Historic is available through the Wayne County Historical A man shot and killed his girlfriend before commit ting authorities said The bodies of Jeffrey and Suzanne were found by state police troopers at Thursday in a bedroom at 673 Bethany 670 north of Autopsies conducted at Wayne Memorial Hospital showed the two each died from a single gunshot wound to the according to a news release from Wayne County Coroner Carol It was unclear what prompted the State police were alerted to the house after the Communications Center received a call requesting be dispatched to the The call was made by Genett shortly before he killed said District Attorney Michael Lehutsky said an investigation revealed Genett shot Duallo as she slept in the early morning hours There were no Genett later telephoned employ er and said she would not be in to He also called parents and told them she had then called 911 before turning the gun on Lehutsky The gun was Lehutsky said Genett and Duallo lived together but were not There was reportedly no history of domestic violence between the The investigation showed no one else was involved in the Lehutsky No criminal charges are contemplated at this time as the death of Genett brings the mat ter to a he said in a news Homicide Attempt Alleged Outside Ice Cream Stand No Local Benefit Seen To Hi Voltage CANAAN Patrick of was arrested on numerous including attempted after he drove his vehicle into a man at Ice Cream on the Owego said state police at Police said the James of whose family owns the ice cream suffered minor injuries and was treated at the scene by emergency person According to Trooper Robert the incident began around 8 when Davis and Dina of became embroiled in a domestic dispute at a residence on the Owego During the incident Davis threatened to kill police Both left the residence and went to the ice cream Davis arrived there soon afterward and continued to threaten and harass police saying he was already going to then punched Jeffrey of in the face as Holmes was hold ing an ice cream police The two men fought but were eventually After several patrons urged Davis to he got into his vehicle and turned it around in the parking He saw Yatsonsky standing in a yard next to the Davis I will run you then gunned the vehicle toward police Yatsonsky tried to get out of the way but was Davis fled but was arrested Friday morn ing on numerous including attempted aggravated and simple and terroristic police He was arraigned before District Judge Jane Farrell and placed in the Wayne County Prison on A preliminary scheduled for before Antiques Weekend May 2728 Wayne Independent photo by Diane Boothe POWER LINE left Regional Interconnect repre Project Manager next to him is a council representative for then Bob Manager pi Regulatory Affairs Scientist and John Director of Community The Delaware Youth Center in the place where over 400 citizens and business people gathered to pub oppose New York Regional Interconnect on May By DIANE BOOTHE Staff Writer CUPPER DELAWARE Representatives from New York Regional Interconnect of held public meeting at the Delaware Youth Center located in NY on May from 7 to 9 Over 400 people attended to hear about the plan to erect power line from Central New York to the Southern Tier and down the Upper Delaware connecting with the New York City Not the repre stated their ver of positives that these lines will have for citi zens in the elec power usage area of Zone G which is located in the lower Hudson The pub lic attending this specific meeting and it was being held was not within Zone nor is where they live a part of the lower Hudson Citizens laughed as their argument was made for them by of the very organ ization they are A overall wholesale is the largest consumer of the project slated to help electri cal users in Zone G said Project this was an argument that Zone G will benefit but not local citizens herefrom the citizens attending the but was made by a repre Complaints were heard from the public ask ing why should people living along or near the Upper Delaware River and who will not benefit from this electrical transportation system of be subject ed to what they feel will ultimately be a violation of the Wild and Scenic Rivers an eye a wildlife an economically devastating real estate nightmare and feared health More details will follow in a subsequent article next HONESDALE The Greater Honesdale Partnership GHP invites you to kick off your summer at Arts and Antiques May from 10 to 6 and May 28 from noon to 5 in downtown This sponsored by The Dime Bank will offer many things to see and There is always lots of great shopping in Honesdale and many local eateries will be offering Arts and Antiques Weekend Specials for your said Gail director of the The town will be bright ened by the Wayne County Arts Alliance annual public art she This years theme is Pome Tweet Wayne i County businesses have sponsored 67 local artists to decorate two foot toll bird houses on fodt many of which be dis played throughout Special exhibits are being offered in the Wayne County Historical and live music will be provided under the Fred Miller Pavilion by members of the Wayne County Arts Alliance on both Saturday and Honesdale Roots Rhythm Music Arts Festival tee shirts will be on sale for the first time near the Fred Miller You may purchase raffle tickets for a chance to win one of two gui For those wishing to start the weekend the Fifth Annual Art Auction and Penny Social will be held at the Honesdale High School on May 25th from 5 to 9 Art donated by local teachers and stu dents alike will be part of a silent auction and visitors are invited to stroll through the New Career Technology Wing and the gym of the High School to view additional The evening will be capped off by a Spring Choral concert beginning at For more information about Thursday nights please call the high school at Saturdays special events include a chance to tour Old Stone Jail and the Honesdale Fire Enjoy watching the Cherry Ridge carvers or watch as chainsaw artist Kevin Ryerson carves up a storm in front of Northeast located on 8th Learn about the beautiful stained glass that adorns some of Tours will be provided by the Arts Alliance at 11 and 3 Cap off Saturday evening by attending an art opening at lisa featuring the work of artist Trix Activities on Sunday begin at noon as the Greater Honesdale Partnership and the Wayne County Arts Alliance team up to bring you Bird children of all ages will have the oppor to paint and decorate a birdhouse all their For further please contact Meagan at 570 251 Dont miss the Antiques on Wheels which will begin at 1 The parade will feature antique motorcycles and and will travel from 4th Street north on Main to 10th Street If you have even wondered what that stuff in your attic was be sure to bring it to the Honesdale Antique Road Have your valu ables appraised by appraiser Darlene beginning at 1 at the corner of Chapel and Main The cost is per limit of two items per the Memorial Day May 29 at 10 is followed immediately by a program in Central Park com memorating our For more please call Jim at 570 Free parking is available from Friday 3 through out and additional free parking courtesy of Wayne Memorial Hospital will be available in lot on West Street from 5 Friday through 7 For more informa Partnership at Laptop Stolen While Seniors Being Helped Spraying For Gypsy Moths Begins In Southern Wayne WAYNE COUNTY Spraying for gypsy moth caterpillars began Friday in southern Wayne County and is expected to continue into late next according to Mike Wayne Conservation District The tree pest surged 2006 and is especially pro further south in the into Wayne Private rt i land owners scheduled with the Department of Conservation and Natural resources to have their land sprayed by low flying Spraying normally is done in the early morning and late afternoon to avoid wind and humidity of the middle of the Lands being sprayed are within an Palmyra TEXAS A laptop computer was stolen from a dis play at the WalMart on Route 6 around Tuesday May said state police at Humana of Luzerne had the dis play set up in the store near the pharmacy while signing up individuals for the Medicare prescription drug The computer is a Dell Latitude Anyone with information is urged to call Trooper John Chervanka at A woman pointed a rifle at man during an altercation Sunday at their residence on Tulley Road in police According to state police at Timothy and Susan were arguing when Edwards began shaking Housel and bruising her At one point Housel grabbed the gun and pointed it at police Housel was charged with aggravated simple terroristic threats and She was released on Edwards was charged with simple assault and harass He was released on Christopher of was charged with burglary and theft Friday after he stole from a safe at Mobil Express Mart on Route in Texas police Barnes was arraigned before District Judge Bonnie Carney and placed in the Wayne County Prison on A preliminary hearing is sched uled for 10 June 22 before District Judge Bonnie Joseph of was cited for harass ment Sunday after he called and threatened to hurt Joseph Michael of the Lake police stat
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