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Altoona Mirror (Newspaper) - June 8, 2015, Altoona, Pennsylvania A a4 a Altoona Mirror local state monday june 8,2015 r wet basements stink a Quot Mold mildew and water leakage into your basement causes health and foundation damage what can be done to fix the problem9 a Allstate amen can waterproofing is an honest hardworking local company i we will give you a free evaluation and estimate and a fair Price we have repaired thousands of basements in the area we can provide local i references when your neighbors needed waterproofing they called Allstate american Why done to you9 Call now to receive a 20% discount with j your free estimate mhc#36672 Call 1 800 420 7783 now i j commissioners have voted to advertise for construction of a children a playground designed As a miniature version of fort Roberdeau to be built this year next to White Oak Hall the main building on the grounds of the reconstructed fort. A because we rent out White Hall for wedding receptions and meetings this playground will be a place where the kids can hang out while those events Are going on a said fort director Glenn h. Nelson a or. The playground will be another step Forward in an Effort Nelson initiated last year to improve the fort in Light of the upcoming anniversary. It will follow an ongoing Effort to replace about too round logs forming the forts 12-foot High Wall. Many of logs have deteriorated since the 1975 and 1976 rebuilding of the fort in Honor of the nations Bicentennial. They re being Survey two Public College presidents paid Over is m sex Penn state president Erickson made 2014 list by Jennifer c. Kerr the associated press Washington fewer Public College presidents hit the $1 million Mark in earnings in 2014 compared with the previous year according to a new Survey. The chronicle of higher education study found that two College presidents at Public universities received More than $1 million in total compensation in the 2014 fiscal year a Rodney a. Erickson former president of Pennsylvania state University and h. Bowen Loftin former president of Texas a amp a University. The chronicles Survey for the previous fiscal year found nine College presidents exceeding $1 million in pay though data from one school was later readjusted leaving eight presidents earning More than a million. The chronicle changed its methodology for total compensation in this years Survey to include Only deferred compensation that was paid out. Previously deferred compensation that was promised to presidents if they remained on the Job was factored into total compensation. Under the new methodology three of the Public College presidents in the 2013 fiscal year would have exceeded the $1 million Mark. The Survey released sunday examined pay for chief executives at 220 Public universities and school systems. It found the median salary for presidents who served a full year was $428,250. Total compensation for former Penn state president Erickson was nearly $1.5 million but the chronicle said a significant portion of that was because he took ownership of his balance in a University sponsored life insurance plan valued at $586,000 Best Price Well beat or match any Price on service. Tires amp repairs for your vehicle Tiu Atli models service Center. Inc. 2634 it 764. Duncansville Call for an appointment today 814-695-2266 no matter where you bought your car must present a competitor s Patten estimate Coupon at time at appointment in order to receive a Best Price guarantee. Convenient service hours Mon. Tues. Thurs. Fri 8-7 wed. Amp sat. Is closed Sun. Excellence wanted our practice continues to grow we need excellent staff if you Are the Best we want you Here s your 1st interview. 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Replaced with Hen logs ones flattened on both sides which would have been used in 1778 to build the fort for the Protection of local Lead mining activities during the revolutionary War Era. J the Walls of the miniature playground will be 53 feet Long and it will have a 5-foot High observation Tower architect Jim Laird told commissioners tuesday. Last fall i Aird and Nelson provided a drawing of the playground with several components including a Conestoga Wagon a Tunnel a Lead smelter sliding Board a Cannon and swing set. But with a budget of $25,000, the forthcoming fort Roberdeau fort Roberdeau in sinking Valley is open daily through nov. I. Hours la . To 5 . Tuesdays through saturday i to 5 . On sundays and mondays events Star spangled fourth Celebration for july 4 with free admission to the grounds and demonstrations revolutionary War Days on july 18-19, featuring an 18th Century Encampment and Battle re enactments for More information advertisement is going to ask for bids to construct the fort its observation Tower Tunnel and possibly a swing set if it can be afforded. The swing set Laird said will need to be handicapped accessible with Wood chips used beneath the swings. As for the other items the fort leaders said they could be added later or sooner if donations become available. A we want to get the fort built later this summer a Nelson said. Blair to advertise planned playground fort Roberdeau wants to add attraction for 40th anniversary by Kay Stephens a Stephens Altoona Mirror. Com with the 40th anniversary of fort Roberdeau s reconstruction coming up next year Blair county leaders have taken another step to get ready for that Cerebra Mountain top sportsmen a association a 305 Maple st., Coupon 16629 0 a Mhz pjs $40 up 16 amp younger $30 up Mother daughter special $65 includes Day s activities lunch event to shirt and a Chance to win prizes age to a up wits Candy Holliday to Register or 814 946-7542 a fishing basics a shooting basics a hand gun a rifles a shot gun a wild game cooking demo a nature tour a self defense a Rock climbing Wall and so Many More surprises a. J in i find us on Fol rebook Mirror moms bpm a a a Tom

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