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Intelligencer, The (Newspaper) - June 1, 2009, Doylestown, Pennsylvania B4 june the intelligencer to place a classified and Call 1s669383010 race on the River photo available at Carl Kosola staff photographer Gregory of makes his Way Down the Delaware River during the 40th anniversary of the Lambertville regatta on sunday More than 70 Drivers from All Over the East coast participated All members of the american Power boat alcohol tests now required by county discharges employees involved in accidents Only had drug tests in the staff writer Bucks county employees involved in vehicle accidents while on duty have submitted to drug testing for but com missioners recently decided to test for alcohol As commissioner Diane Marseglia said she noticed alcohol was missing from county policies and lobbied for what she called a common sense approach to pos Accident she noted that evidence of drug use stays in a persons system longer than that of the important Issue Here did the person use drugs at some Point in their or alcohol at some Point in their life did the use of something cause them to get into the Accident said a at a meeting earlier this commissioner Jim a agreed with her and approved the the rarity of such accidents factored into his there Are Only three or four accidents a commissioner Charley also a voted against the Meredith acting director of human said the drug and alcohol testing policy Northampton applies to All whether or not they Are Union the Cost for both tests is about she employees cooperated with being tested after an Accident because they have Noth ing to Dolan Ive never had anyone who Robert the business agent for the Union representing social service did not return Calls for if an employee needs medical Dolan treat ment Over test the changes will not affect testing procedures previously in place for county workers with commercial Drivers licenses and those holding safety sensitive including corrections Security 911 Dis Deputy sheriffs and Park she these workers Are also subject to random drug chief operating officer Dave Sanko would like to expand that practice to All of the county i dont have an Issue if every county employee would be subject to random drug he said last they Are Public employees drawing their salaries from taxpayer he would include himself and elected i cant think of a single per son on county payroll that should be he if your name comes up in the whats the big Deal if youre Deal ing with the Public safety or anything Why not Sanko submitted to drug test ing after he was involved in a car Accident in Doylestown a year in the county denied a request to make Public the citing the health insurance portability accountability or but Sanko has said his results were the delay Between the time of Santos Accident and the testing prompted Marseglia to suggest a change in the policy that requires testing within three hours of an incident instead of the four previously Sanko maintained that county employees should not be tested for alcohol because the invasive blood alcohol Content test punctures the skin and could open the county up to with an alcohol those can be very he you can get false so its left up to la enforcement officers to do Field and not invasive Jenna Portnoy can be reached at 2153453060 or . Cha Kent Kathleen of Spruce was charged with dui after she was stopped for driving erratically on Chestnut Street on May police Karen of new Galena new Britain was charged with dui on May police she was stopped for driving erratically on route said Doylestown Caitlin of was charged with dui following a traffic Stop on North main Street on May 25 at Smith and Amanda of a passenger in the were cited for underage consumption of Amanda of was charged with dui following a traffic Stop on East Oakland Avenue on May 26 at police said Sheehan was driving the wrong Way on a one Way Stephen of was charged with dui following a traffic Stop in the area of South Clinton Street on May 25 at Smith was also charged with Possession of Small amount of marijuana and drug James of news briefs Perkasie remembrance slated the Quakertown chapter of the compassionate friends will hold a on Emile memorial walk and Butterfly release at 1 june 13 at Lake Len ape Park on Constitution Avenue to memorialize children and loved ones who have died too soon and to help bereaved families through registration 215536 rain Date is june Souderton Benefit event set Truvalley primary care will Host the seventh annual Power walk and Power run to Benefit the Indian Valley boys girls club on june registration will be held on the Day of the event at the club in Souderton and begins at with the race Start at registration govt meetings the planning commission will dont do it ff1 Jefff w new life for schoolhouse j by Danny Adler staff writer the Public will get a peek next week at proposals to Resur rect a nearly 100yearold school House that sat vacant for 20 years in Northampton Richboro Bucks county redevelopment authority executive Bob will give h presentation to Northampton Board of supervisors at its 8 june 10 Public meeting at town 55 township town ship manager Bob Pellegrino several businesses and organizations have submitted propos als to the redevelopment author Ity for the former school on second Street the township transferred the deed of the known As the Richboro and the 2acre lot it sits on to the redevelopment authority in the supervisors have the ultimate say about who the authority Sells the property to and How the which served As a school from 1913 to is officials the school building has an fair Market value of township officials administrators have said that having the authority work on its behalf to sell the property May yield a better Price than a Public bidding such action also gives the township More of a say in the revitalization Pennsylvania redevelopment Laws allow the Bristo based redevelopment authority to negotiate the Sale Price of real estate without seeking Public officials Danny Adler can reached at 2159494205 or . 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