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Bedford County Inquirer (Newspaper) - December 24, 1987, Bedford, Pennsylvania Combined with the Everett Republican establish 10 1812 175th year if december 1987 uses 0477 2000 single copy 35 cents sky posts Bond to halt hotel construction Asher sky posted a Bond attempting to enforce the preliminary injunction against construction work being carried out at the Bedford Springs hotel by his Bruce the court had continued the in Junction but required the to Post sky had posted to secure the in Junction prior to a hearing without meeting the continuation of the injunction apparently was not work to remove an outdoor swim Ming Pool had continued wednes with corneal saying the employees on the Job would be shifted to the Mclntyre construction the work was being carried out under local supervision by Robert not which was one of the reasons Given for both says complaint and a notice of default from Union National Lender of million to the Springs corneal had noted that the Springs corporation had a valid contract with indicating he thought the move satisfied at least part of the he was press ing the work before the ground and said that if it didst it meet the Banks april 30 deadline for certain renovation work to be completed that would be another instance of corneal said late tuesday he would Appeal judge Daniel Hows res continuation of the in Junction and the he Felt the Bond was too before the tuesday Cor neals lawyers had submitted a let Ter to the citing a detailed basis for asking million the figure came from the Cost of defaulting the loan As of april 1988 operating expenses if the hotel Doest open the costs of heavy equipment rental and which corneal has committed within his authority As president of the hotel and projected lost business if renovations were not completed in time to show potential convention As of Friday corneal had not filed an Appeal of the order or the says posting of a corporate Bond one purchased from an insurance company came moments before the prothonotary office closed at 4 the filing repeated the pattern of defendants and on Christmas lights surround the Stanley Claycomb farm North of Pleasantville As part of a three family the lights make a spectacular sight As they Mark the Trees and lanes Over a wide authority Settle cases a settlement has been reached in an eighty Earold dispute Between the Bedford township municipal authority and the Terrace the Motel near the Turnpike inter change will be connected to the municipal water and sewer according to the agreement approved tuesday by the township author the township supervisors were expected to approve the settlement tuesday and authority solicitor Dean Crabtree said the Motel and Peter have signed the stipulation to Settle the when the interchange systems were installed about the Borosky claimed that the main building of their Motel Complex was located beyond the required Hookup and the Complex should not be required to the township filed an ordinance violation the in a said construction of the sewer and water projects had damaged their shrubbery along route the township said the shrubbery was on the Highway the cases had been scheduled for trial several years but a stipulation also was reached at that time to have the township provide sewer service to the Back of the rather than the so to minimize the internal piping the found the additional sewer was too the according to the also said they were having trouble finding a contractor to do the the Issue although it was a sore spot township authority members who often were asked by other businesses in the area Why the Terrace connection haunt been the authority last year decided to move the cases Back onto the trial they had been bumped off once the original stipulation was the combined cases had been scheduled for trial last but after negotiations with the Motel owners and their lawyer on monday and tuesday an agree ment was As outlined by Crabtree at this tuesdays authority the Borosky will connect the four buildings on the lower level of the Motel to the water system As soon As reasonably possible or by March at the and to the sewer by april the two units on the Hillside and a garage building will be connected to the water by on Page 8 Everett transfers sewer to authority by Terry Kanari staff writer Everett sewer related items dominated Borough councils last regular meeting in held Mon Day night in the municipal for three of the seven it was their last by a unanimous Council adopted a Resolution authorizing and approving the Transfer of All sewer related assets from the Everett municipal authority Ema to the Borough of Everett area municipal authority that includes real sewer licenses and by adopting the Council authorized officers of Beama to execute All appropriate documents to fulfil the in a special session held monday at 7 Beama and Ema approved the As a Beama will become the owner of the current sewer treatment it already in charge of Everetts ongoing million sewer according to Council president Ronald Ema will go out of existence by the end of the in a related Council adopted a Resolution giving Beama control of maintenance of the flood control where a new screw pump will soon be installed near Asa Street to help control the water level of bloody pending approval by the agreement would last for five Council would reimburse Beama for All maintenance and Grant the authority a administration a provision in the agreement gives Beama Access to All necessary Borough on a related Council decided to discontinue its membership of the Bedford county sanitary by the end of the following the Hir ing of Anson Corle As its new sewage enforcement it also reappointed Don Sylvester and Richard Horton to second 5year terms on on another Council authorized its president and Frank to sign an agreement with the the five year agree ment will allow Iga to lease a 10 by 60 foot area of Borough land beyond its Fence located West of the the land is needed to give the Iga additional room for this will have Little effect on the adjacent Mcfarland in other Council a budget for 1968 which Calls for no tax a request from Beth Engle to hold private Tennis lessons on the courts at the High feel ing lessons for profit should not be performed on the Public Tennis a donation to the Bedford county arts advisory coun the Bedford county housing authority to use a front por Tion of the new elderly housing com plex if it agrees to maintain the grounds free of the housing authority expressed Little interest in doing that at wednesdays Agenda when Council meets again on its 11 regular there will be three new members recently elected Kevin Walter Shauf and Jesse Horton will replace vice presi Dent Bill Zimmerman and George Mcfarland and Zimmerman have been members of Council for the past eight years Christopher for four the judge racing in with Legal papers regarding the hotel at the last moments also filed with the Bond was a court which was to be for warded immediately to in forming the defendant that the Bond had been the shift of work under the hat of Mclntyre of which corneal is chairman apparently did not satisfy the plaintiffs or the injun a Union National Bank spokesman said Friday that the Bank has not received any further plans or a Cost estimate of the work in nor would there be automatic payment if the Borrower the sky corneal general partner ship requested it just because Mclntyre was in the 8 default letter from the Bank cited a number of defaults by the ranging from false or misleading representation or liens construction not proceeding or being done by and violations of general one of the covenants said the Borrower was to resolve All disputes to allow con on Page 8 Agency drops distribution by Terry Kanari staff writer Saxton the Huntingdon Bedfor Fulton area Agency on aging will drop distribution of govern ment food at the end of the the Agency Board of directors decided the consisting of the com missioners of the three unanimously voted to suspend the Agency distribution of but Ter and other dry food in the three counties due to administrative pro and Lack of goods and the made by Huntingdon county commissioner Larry Sather and seconded by Bedford county commissioner Gary followed a recommendation by the Agency citizens advisory whose members definitely dont think we should be involved in the executive director Alan Smith outgoing Bedford commissioners Jay Cessna and Joe Clapper voted in favor of the which took place at a meeting held at the Happy hollow restaurant near this decision Means about households May no longer be Able to receive government surplus food following the planned this development follows recent Agency complaints concerning its involvement in the during a Board meeting held on 26 Between the Board and state department of agriculture Smith cited several problems experienced by the among he noted recent distribution of cheese and butter in the Tri county area experienced shortages of commodities and needed such deficiencies often left Many needy persons without following a Long wait in Smith reported the Agency has been catching a lot of heat from disgruntled persons who blamed it for the because of the boards the food distribution program will be suspended until there is an Assurance that Levels Are sufficient for mass Smith at the he noted a reevaluation is not expected until March of next the Agency is bound by contract with the three counties commissioners and the state department of agriculture to implement Dis Tribu Snake Spring passes sewer Law Snake Spring townships budget got reluctant approval from the supervisors monday supervisors Terry Smith and Charles Nycum voiced reservations about the amount appropriated for labor expenses mostly Money paid to the supervisors before approving the budget at the end of the monthly Smith said he Felt the approximately for labor costs was less than Nycum agreed that Overall the budget is but the labor is a Little chairman Dewayne Diehl told them the revised or other would need to be approved by there was no motion to approve it at the time and the discus Sion turned to other at the end of the meeting the supervisors had a change of heart and approved the budget also approved was an ordinance for the townships planned sewerage setting rates and Stan Dards for under the which sets the requirements for mandatory connection to the users will pay up to per month to the authority for an initial Tapin fee of will be charged to join the the pro Perty owner is also responsible for placing the line from the building to the property line or the authority will also collect a fee for turning service on or or to Transfer service to a new on Page 8 the distribution of toys for tots and Holiday goodies from the food took took place Friday morning at the Bedford United methodist the line extended wore than half Way up the Tion throughout december of this it has done so for the past five commenting on the Agency Ebersole said he Felt the Agency cannot continue administer ing the program without Jeo Ordiz ing its services to the the Agency main responsibility is for the senior he Ebersole referred to recent obvious drops in commodities As another reason for he Felt continuing the program is Likely to result in More friction Between Agency officials and needy persons leaving the distribution centers Clapper commented that criticism is the Only thing weve got out of it the Cessna Felt the Agency should be relieved from its current following the the boards Smith predicted its decision will be on Page 8 f Everett to Appeal court Rule by David oilman staff writer Everett following a lengthy executive session thursday the Everett area school Board voted 81 to Appeal judge Daniel Hows res ruling that set aside 15day suspensions for two the in voted to suspended two District Brenda Ault and William for participating in a Lastayo school water Battle in which three students were the Board found the teachers guilty of immorality con duct that offended the Community and set a bad example for the the citing the local agencies appealed the boards decision to the Bedford county court of common and on judge Howsare set aside the boards in his Howsare said the teachers acts did not conform to the judicial definition of he say the teachers con duct was without question unprofessional and unbecoming to a we dont agree with judge Hows res Board presi Dent Daniel Shaffer Iii said of the boards 81 vote to take its Case to the Commonwealth court on it is the boards sentiment that we should have the right to discipline the action by the Board to Appeal the decision was and there were no defections from the original vote to suspend the the vote in August was with Board members Dean Tom Oneal and Glenn Eller voting against the 15day Oneal and Calhoun said the Board was being too lenient in handing Down the 15day while Eller was the Lone member who thought the punishment was too severe for the water Eller cast the Lone vote against appealing the Case to the next higher in other action the Board voted to accept Andrew Bridges resignation As High school Industrial arts effective Bridge is retiring for health

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