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Bedford County Inquirer (Newspaper) - May 15, 1987, Bedford, Pennsylvania 38 Ritford tree combined with fhe Everett 1812 174th year 39 May 1917 usps04772000 single copy 35 cents East Clair again gets Grant backing Bedford High school Exchange student Justine Gurr meets her first Gray an animal she says you dont find in her Home new the baby flying Squirrel is quite with Bright Shes got White fur on her belly and the underside of her teachers Are mom to orphan squirrels biology teacher Laura Jackson directs feeding a Gray holds onto the Medicine Dropper and makes a fair amount of noise while enjoying his baby for by Nancy Wylie staff writer science teachers Michael and Laura Jackson Are caring for three orphan squirrels until the babies Are big enough to return to the the husband and wife team has shared the fun and fascination of the fuzzy Trio with their students his sixth graders at Everett area and her biology classes at Bedford High the ability to watch the Little animals eat and and even to pet them helps to make Young people More sensitive about Jackson but both Are Quick to Point out that wild animal babies Are Best left in the Woods or Fields and should never be taken from their natural habitat under Normal if their Mother is not immediately Visi she May be feeding or hiding the Jacksons have special per Mission from District game protector Tim Flanigan to raise these Squirrel which were brought in by they have pledged to release one orphan is a flying a tiny female nicknamed fairy who at least four weeks Shes nor Mally a nocturnal but has been getting daytime activity in the she has her own Complete with a hollow tree stump she likes to hide peering out from a her Tail is Gray and rather Flat on the and there Are webs of skin along her legs and feet which she can spread to help break her fall when Shes older and learns How to Glide through the in another also with a tree Are two Gray squirrels whose Mother was killed when a log Ger Cut Down their Den tree and she was pinned under the male has been named the female they Are eight or nine weeks All three Are being fed a liquid mixture of Lowron baby formula and baby Cereal with a Medicine although Are learning to eat solid such As nuts and pieces of the Grays also seem to have a particular liking for Corn chef the flying Squirrel lately has taken to chewing on a piece of Turtle Shell which Jackson Points out is a source of Calcium found in Jubelirer proposes incinerator rules Harrisburg state Robert Jubelirer said concern by Bedford county residents Over a pro posed infectious and pathological waste incinerator in Harrison township spurred legislation that passed the Senate environmental resources and Energy committee on a number of county residents at tended the Public committee and Jubelirer told the com Mittee the background of the bed Ford county warning that similar problems Are cropping up in other parts of the Jubelirer so provides that a statewide addressing issues such As siting air Quality transportation Access and waste disposal must be developed before new incinerator permits Are there Are several recent proposals to locate incinerators in communities near the Pennsylvania raising questions about Why it is apparently attractive to import Hospital wastes into the state for Jubelirer my legislation is an Effort to require Pennsylvania to have state the Art policies As Well As state the Art environmental committee according to disputed claims by department of environmental resources Deputy Secretary Mark Mcclean that current regulatory efforts would be sufficient to Deal with the the members of the committee were not impressed that the depart ment fully appreciates the scope of the problem or is prepared to offer the assurances and protections citizens and communities Are look ing for in regard to these potentially hazardous Jubelirer for if current restrictions Are not being adequately enforced for Instate what guarantees do our citizens have that out state wastes will be policed there Are questions which must be satisfactorily answered before Deci Sions Are made on where to allow incinerators to be by Bill Clark staff writer when the cards were dealt Mon Day East Clair township came up with the winning High stakes the Winner could collect All of the county in Community development Block Grant the cards were actually 4 by 6 Index cards used by the members of the Bedford county planning commission to rank their top five selections for receiving the county share of 1987 a dog East Clairs proposal to use the Money to help fund a million sewage treatment Plant out pointed a Saxton municipal authority plan to upgrade its sewage 360 to under a Point system devised for the commission will recommend to the county commissioners that East Clairs project get the coun Tys full allotment of if approved by the the planners will then apply to the state department of Community affairs for the funds to which the county is the which was done with name of the project and the commission member voter on each was East Clair and Saxton were named As the top two out of a possible on six of the nine East Clair was first on five and Saxton on a smaller a project to reproof the Manns Choice Harrison Community Center was a Distant third with 216 followed by the Everett free Library proposal for an elevator 112 and three other the voting monday actually Reaf firmed the selection of the East Clair project Over the new vote was taken since the previous selection committee violated the Sunshine Law by failing to publicly record the votes of the Saxton challenged the results of the first selection process and threatened to take action under the Sunshine local Competition for the funds has grown since Ca switched a dog from being a statewide program to an entitle ment system which allocates funds by county and municipality Over proposed projects have grown and the list of municipalities looking for those funds has representatives from Saxton and East Clair stressed Points favor ing their both municipalities Are seeking the county full allotment to partially fund even larger both communities Are under pressure from Der to comply with its regulations concern ing sewage both have been formally cited and have compliance deadlines to Olin speaking on behalf of the Saxton Borough municipal mentioned that Saxton has a july deadline to com plete construction of a facility to reduce phosphates in sewage discharge into the solicitor Gordon Stroup spoke of a possible per Day Fine As the club they Are adding that the a dog Money alone int enough for the Stroup concluded that the Saxton area has been treated like a country Cousin and should get some Harold chairman of the East Clair municipal said the authority expects 75 percent funding from the Epa for its pro but that the local share could be As much As half a million with three Chestnut Ridge schools involved in the area to be the Cost of the project affects the residents of the school District As Well As those in the Fishertown another East Clair spokesman pointed out that the country Cousin claim might apply More to the Chestnut Ridge which has received about in Grant monies compared to about for the Broad top during the same unspecified after the Points were Hor ton indicated that the funding game May not be he plans to argue saxons Case with the county com another strategy for Saxton is to turn to the we can file an objection with Ca if the Board backs me Horton the results didst Surprise me i said we were fighting a losing planning commission executive director Larry Carter said he expects a Challenge on the use of the ranking adding that one Ca staff member said the state Agency uses the same method for some Horton contends that the Overall ranking the projects is too judgmental and that a criteria Point system should be used to deter mine which should be Carter has stated that the diversity of the projects and their varied Price tags make such a system in local races will be counted by hand Robert Jube re talks with members of the Bedford county citizens for clean air and water following the Senate environmental resource and Energy committee meeting tuesday in left Are Peggy Randy domme Feather and Sarah the Bedford county elections Board decided monday that local elections boards will have to count the Back of next weeks two sided primary the decision followed discovery last week of an error that makes it impossible for the county automated ballot counting machine to tally one Side of the paper the Back of the ballot includes the races for school District Borough councils and township and local the county elections Board this year consists of Alan Smith of sax ton Gary Bedford re and Harold Everett re the county commissioners Are the elections but in years when that office is on the other persons Are appointed As the chairman who has had a number of years experience on both local and special county elections said the elections Board was informed of the problem last thurs the firm from which makes the counting machine and provides the ballot ran a test on the county the Back Side would not it appears the ovals which must be blackened by voters Are not in line with the ballot counters scanning Smith said it is not certain How the error and at this the county Hoard is not going to assess the ballots go from Ais to the county hoards staff to the local Printer and Back through the county to the boards first problem was to decide by Friday whether to attempt to reprint the which would have Cost about and with no guarantee they would have been completed in time for the May 19 the decision Friday was not to on the elections Board ran a test of hand counting the local races to determine if it could be done More quickly and efficiently on the county or local level election Smith said it took the Board about 26 minutes to count 100 the involving 100 Republican and 100 democratic was run on a Northern Bedford school District precinct because the school Board race there has 11 candidates running at at that even five boards would have been taken at least eight hours to count the ballots Given an estimate that Only about to voters will turn out next and that involved Only counting the races with candidates on the the local boards were already going to count the total ballots cast and the writ Eins there will be a lot of writ Eins anyway because Many local races have no one Smith said the elections Board monday decided that the township and Borough elections hoards were better equipped to count both the writ Eins and local races on the one Side of the ballot than to have one or More count level boards tackle the the front of the with the state judgeship and the county will he it May some confusion because we have to communicate just what must be done to Smith adding that proper tally will have to he he that he thinks this also will be a reminder to local Board to inform voters that there Are races on both sides of the the ballot scanning machine has on Page 5

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