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Bedford County Inquirer (Newspaper) - July 22, 2005, Bedford, Pennsylvania established 1812 192nd year 48 july 2005 uses 04772000 single copy 75 cents no plans to reopen by Sharyn Maust Gazette managing editor Jug industries has no plans at present to reopen its bed Ford speculation about Jug reopening its Sunnyside Road factory was spurred by the announcement last month that Defiance Metal products was returning to the Defi Ance is a supplier to there also was some conjecture that Jug was interested in the empty Hedstrom Larry director of manufacturing operations services at the Mcconnells Burg Headquarters of said last week that at this there Are no defined or determined changes to be made there Are no plans to open facilities or Purchase Hartman said he has had Calls from Media and the county development office about jugs and has been telling everyone the same Hartman said the Specula Tion May have resulted from some internal organizational changes at Jug the changes related to a new approach to growing jugs service Hartman said the company has grown substantially in last six and pro Baray employs in excess of peo ple at this last month the company announced it had secured a million contract with the Marine corps for 133 extendable rough terrain in the past 52 jugs Stock has traded Between and with the trend upward from its Low Point last Jug closed at on the new Fork Stock Hartman said he is optimistic about the future of the Sunnyside Road but nothing is planned Jug purchased what is now its main manufacturing facility in Shippensburg in 1999 a Plant that at Square continued on Page 5 Childs death accidental suffocation by Robert Igoe Gazette staff writer the death of a 3yearold girl in Broad top township has been ruled an one which state police urge parents to the state police completed their investigation into the death of the 3yearold riddles Burg girl tuesday and termed the death the result of restricted no charges will be filed in the death and no foul play was suspected i the death during the trooper Courtney who investigated the said that such deaths Are often caused when parents or older children attempt to sleep with the child in a space which does not offer enough room for the in such the larger individual can Roll Over onto the limiting their ability to its but this is some thing that can happen if parents Arent he a lot of parents Arent aware that children can suffocate if they dont have room to move when they they need to under stand the state police urge parents to make sure that toddlers and infants Are sleeping in an area where items such As blankets and toys cannot restrict they also ask parents to make sure infants and toddlers do not sleep with larger children or adults in spaces like Day Beds and other smaller areas that do not allow children proper Freedom of Hyndman lifts boil water notice by Elizabeth Coyle Gazette associate editor Hyndman Borough residents Are being told tap water is Fine to drink again without the fuss of boiling it but they Are asked to continue observing water Hyndman Borough Council met in special session Friday night to address contamination after a Sample submitted to testers last Friday showed it was positive for Coli and focal Council found out about three hours before the meeting that the states department of environmental Protection had lifted the five Darold boil water Fairway labs of Altoona reported two consecutive daily sets of negative col form bacteria samples which were submitted july Dep water Supply specialist Ralph Hines said in a faxed letter to the As a result you May cancel the boil water advisory in the the letter Michael assistant Foreman for the water depart said he tested samples from Many parts of town everything from tuesday on tested he he showed Council reports Everett carnival opens Gazette Maust a youngster gets some adult help at the fishing game at the Everett firemen which Drew a Large crowd to South Street tuesday the carnival ran tuesday through july dont rain on our Parade six Earold Torrie Robison of Crystal Springs Waves cheerfully at the fire and ambulance personnel As they pass her by during the Everett Parade Torrie and sister right were among those who suffered through a few rain drops which cleared after a few the girls attended the Parade with their mom Teresa and 8yearold brother at clowns representing the Jaffa mosque in Altoona provided lots of color along the Everett Parade Gazette Coyle which indicated the turbidity spiked up last week to measure about double the level it should the problem stemmed from the High amount of officials As a the anti septic properties of the chlo Rine in the water didst have a continued on Page 5 new Deal reached on recycling by Elizabeth Coyle Gazette associate editor Bedford county recycling Frozen by the state More than two years ago after a discrepancy Over state Grant will begin to flow officials said a Deal signed recently also will alter recycling with fewer drop off Sites and a change in materials along with Hunt Ingdon and Fulton had seen thousands of dollars in state funds for the recycling program yanked from them in 2002 after the state disputed the accounting of Grant Money and recycling equipment the three counties purchased Over a 10year commissioners from each of the three who serve As the South Central counties solid waste sat Down with recycling coordinators and their lawyer monday to talk about How the owner of the Landfill in Broad top township will operate a changed recycling program in All three the agreement Between the who share a solid and Psi Sandy run Landfill will require the counties to police the recycling reduce the number of recycling locations and drop Glass As a recyclable material in the three magazines and Cata logs will be collected instead along with the other materials bimetal and aluminium and news Bedford county commissioners chairman Steve Howsare said the final Grant Money the counties will repay is much less than it could have the three counties will have to repay to the state a total of about that not very much As compared to what we were looking at Howsare we were first notified by Dep it was about state officials held the coun ties accountable for in Grant Money or equipment purchased with the Grant the problem seemed to arise after the solid waste Agency handed Over that equipment to the forerunner of Psi Sandy run when the counties sold the Landfill in 1998 to the no defunct waste systems the company went bankrupt and reorganized As Psi Sandy run land in a 2000 audit of the Recy cling the Dep wanted to know what happened to recycling and two buildings paid for through Public they were now in the hands of a Pri vate something that want the state told continued on Page 5 groundbreaking to kick off county construction by Elizabeth Coyle Gazette associate editor downtown Bedford workers and visitors can expect to see trailers move into the neigh boyhood in preparation for construction workers and equip ment that will follow in the coming weeks for the Start of the new county office a groundbreaking is set for 10 july in front of the Lyons House As the official Kickoff to the million county office Consolida Tion fencing was placed last week around the courthouse to limit Access to the parking area and the alleyways near the it will be another week before the Public sees any officials like with any it takes a while for contractors to mobilize and get on Fred project manager with Dobson and the general construction Cullen construction of will move two trailers onto the site this said project director Dave the Gates across alleys near Berkebile funeral Home will be blocked off when they the Road is still open now but Vondersmith will Berkebile will still have Access to his lot and Side Mcconnell Lafayette Avenue will remain open for the time he in the next couple the Public will Start to see some changes such As removal of shrubs and curbs out Side the workers will begin Asbestos abatement in the Lyons building also known As the former Timmins building demolition is scheduled to begin the first week of according to the cur rent despite some criticism from the mostly about the the commissioners solidly maintain the new building is a needed project that will improve Security and it will allow the county to sell off several buildings now serving As government its a project we researched and spent a Good Many years coming to this commissioner Dick Rice its something that the planning began about five years ago with the Previ Ous Board of commissioners who considered buying the for Mer comp tech a continued on Page 5

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