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Bedford County Inquirer (Newspaper) - August 19, 2005, Bedford, Pennsylvania Established 1812 192nd year 52 August 2005 uses 04772000 single copy 75 cents Springs Golf course sold to hotel Developer Gazette Maust a Trio of future Phil Mickelson makes their Way around the putting Green at the Bedford Springs Golf the youngsters Are participating in weekly youth Golf lesson and practice with pro Josh the clubhouse in the background was the scene monday for signing a sales agreement for the Springs which eventually will mean its return to a resort course if the expected hotel renovation becomes a by Sharyn Maust Gazette managing editor the Bedford county redevelopment authority and the Bedford Springs hotel Developer signed an agreement of Sale monday for the Bedford Springs Golf the authority purchased the Golf course in december with the intent of preserving it to be part of a hotel Restora Tion the authority thought its ownership would be for a Short the sales agreement signals that the hotel restoration project apparently is close to hav ing its private financing in Developer Mark Langdale said monday that within a few weeks he Hopes to have an announcement that the hotel project will he called the Purchase of the Golf in the name showers run Golf an important the final Price of the Golf course transaction wont be determined until the closing Date but it will be More than million the principal amount the authority owes on the Bonds to Purchase the property plus various Bills and authority chairman Craig Timoney said the authority had no intention of making a profit on the course because that want its intent in purchasing the authority did continued on Page 5 county prepares to purge no voters by Elizabeth Coyle Gazette associate editor Bedford county elections office will be trying to put a More realistic face on the number of registered voters in the county which now says More than half of the county population is Eligi ble to in a county of registered its not said mar Garet director of the office will Start Send ing out letters to voters who Haven cast a ballot in 10 about Koenig suspects that most of them have moved out of the county or Are no longer but if they dont respond to say they would still like to be they will be kicked off the election in the 2004 presidential one of the highest went to the far less than the people who Are now registered in the Many of the voters addresses Koenig is mailing notifications to still have an re As part of their in 10 it would be usual for these people to have updated their addressed to new 911 Street which came into play in 1999 and erased most of the i still cant purge them until i get something saying no known i am sure some of them Are deceased and i hate to upset the families but i have to do she Koenig asked if anyone receives a letter and knows the voter in question has moved out of the county or is no longer living to Call her at Koenig said she is ready to order the Stock for the november her proposal to provide ballots for the handicapped by placing machines in polling centers that will produce a paper ballot for the Blind and others who cant fill out a paper ballot in the voting has been approved by Federal it will have to pass the states approval by 2006 when election centers Are to have the capability to give electors unfettered Access to s Koenig has submitted a Grant to cover the Cost of the Seton expanding in Saxton by Elizabeth Coyle Gazette associate editor Saxton Seton company will expand its bringing 100 new jobs to its Plant Here in the next three years and retaining the 265 currently the company top officer and state and Federal officials said in a news conference rumours had been flying around the Broad top area in recent a Public announcement about a sewer expansion provided a clue in june when Saxton Borough municipal authority said it was receiving million in state funds to rehabilitate and expand the Wastewater system for Seton own officials were Gleeful at the announcement and Seton company president and chief operating officer Robert Demajistre said his company was encouraged by the Effort undertaken to bring expansion to we feel we have been wanted Here and made continued on Page 8 Gazette Coyle de Rendell Speaks at the ceremony outside the Seton company announcing a funding package to help the company expand and consolidate its operations in among those seated on the platform were Rick and Bill second from at Seton company president Robert Demajistre greets Penn state Dairy expert says Industry is Strong by Robert Igoe staff writer Imler the states Dairy Industry is doing Pennsylvania Good and it could get according to one speaking before members of the Pennsylvania farm Bureau at singing Brook farm on tues Richard Stup of the Penn state Dairy Alliance said the states Dairy Industry has not Only proven Good business for Dairy but for the communities they he told the audience that Dairy Farmers generally spend locally for most of their equipment and Money which comes into the Community from sales to Urban think about any other Busi Ness and compare it to the Dairy farm that spends so much he see if any other Industry spends As much locally and circulates As Many of those dollars Back into the according to the Center for Dairy the states Dairy Industry is the fourth largest in the country and rep resents 42 percent of the states agriculture Dairy farming supports jobs statewide and the milk produced by the Industry Gener ates billion in and gives Back to the local Community at the rate of Over per Stup says that while new free Trade agreements with Central America have potential benefits for a potential Jackpot exists for the states Dairy Industry within the nations own we have a great Opportunity out he we can take it for or we can let Farmers in the Midwest take it from the Dairy Industry in the where population is cant support the we have the Opportunity to Send our milk the population is going up and those people want their milk and ice the question who is going to provide that milk Stup said he wants to see More Young people get an inter est in entering the Dairy Indus try to replace the Farmers who Are he also encourages Farmers to develop better business plans and for communities and farms to work better Santorum talk about agriculture issues Gazette Igoe Ross Snider second from left of singing Brook farm at describes farm operations to from left Rick state Dick Hess and Bill Shuster following a meeting of the Bedford county farm Bureau at the farm on tues by Robert Igoe staff writer Imler two Federal Law makers came to the singing Brook farm to discuss farm related issues on Rick Santorum and Bill Shuster visited the Snider family farm to address the Bedford county farm Bureau on agriculture the two were joined by state Dick Hess and a number of speakers who Dis cussed the state of the Penn Sylvania Dairy Industry and legislation in Washington and Harrisburg aimed at Industry this is a Chance for communication Between Farmers and said Paul Stup of the Bedford county farm we want to keep an open line of communication and this is one Way to do Shuster said that the farm Industry is important to National Security and Prosperi we have to make sure these continued on Page 8

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