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Doylestown Intelligencer (Newspaper) - May 25, 2015, Doylestown, Pennsylvania A2 monday May 25, 2015 the intelligencer from the front Page lotteries sun., 5-24-15 new Jersey pick 3 8-7-0 straight $312.50 Box $52 pair $31 pick 4 5-7-3-5 straight $3,133.50 Box $261 Cash 5 5-6-20-26-43 midday pick 3 9-3-9 straight $327.50 Box. $109 pair $32.50 midday pick 4 2-0-0-8 straight $2,277 Box si89 50 Pennsylvania pick 2 Day 4-9 pick 2 evening 7-3 pick 3 Day 6-1-9 pick 3 evening 1-1-0 pick 4 Day 7-7-8-0 pick 4 evening 8 4 4-1 pick 5 Day 5-5-8-44 pick 5 evening 0-4-7-6-7 Cash 5 12-27-33-39-42 treasure Hunt 15-23-25-28-30 online polls do you think the nes Hammy school Board should go ahead with its school consolidation plan even though three school Board members who supported it were Defeated in tuesday s election 45% 55% vote in our latest poll will you attend a memorial Day event today Mili i state lotteries thurs., 5-21-15 cash4life 18-22-24-29-56 4 sat5-23-15 Power Ball 9-15-17-31-43 16 fri., 5-22-15 Mega millions 3-14-15-25-48 8 the hate a i so Mot by Vilf whih carpet one xxx Lin Coln keeping the tradition alive by Gema Maria Duarte staff writer Hie by one. 54 George school seniors walked to receive their diplomas sunday accompanied by Blue skies and perfect Sunshine. The graduates kept the schools tradition As the girls wore Long White dresses and the boys wore White Coats and Black pants. Students entered and left the ceremony held on the schools Campus through the Quaker walk a fieldstone path started in 1949. The path is made up of hundreds of Quot tones from different Quaker Sites from England to the t Caribbean j Ike Mosi years graduates rom the Quaker boarding school in Middletown la use As mor Salem and Russia and graduate enthusiasm a somersault As he it get his diploma. I asked the go amp a Iraq ins roaring Ace in or de George school class of 2015 number of graduates 134 percentage of graduates going on to two and four year colleges 98.5 percent percentage going into the military 0 percent percentage going into the workforce 0 percent percentage undecided 1,5 percent valedictorian not applicable salutatorian not applicable. Student speakers Marianne Williamson Katie Mcdonough. Jake Malavsky Inayat Gill Fritz Hillegas and Jordan Dunbar. Student musical performers Tasha Crossley Christine Lederer Hanna Vaughn Kailin Dong Jermaine Doris Shanti Lerner. Malcom Zelaya Sidney Koch Man Anthony Delgado. Daniel Wilson and Adrian a National Merit scholarship commended students Rachel a scout Quot Underberg Davis. Abigail Ireland. Kea Chi Alfred Igbokwe. Maggie Chen Muhammad Fofana Amanda Fischmann Rachel Keller Sidney Kochman Natasja less Ohadi Kathleen Mcdonough. Oud Swiyyah Sharif Winston Shaw. Matthew Simon. James Steen Zau Raiz Syeda and Charles Williams scholarship Money earned this information is not released by the school. Source George school they opened up about How it might feel to he a Young Black male with Hopes and dreams in a society w Here you could be killed just because of your race i hey showed vulnerability ability to listen openly to truths that Are different from your own and to adapt y our own thinking and behaviour based on what you learn from others a Laoner said i Here were also lighter moments in the two hour graduation from musical entertainment that had the thing and Cia Malavsky a a h involved go Nee a tour of i Able places on a the Library is also one of the most environmentally Friendly buildings on Campus with a Green roof and a lid it Gold award for excellence in eco Friendly architecture a fake said. A the Library is also Home to the nicest bathrooms on Campus hut Don t expect anything More than one ply. Stewardship does come at a and then there s the Walton auditorium where he was involved in several main stage theatrical productions. A the vulnerability of the stage and the accepting nature of George school came together to teach me this valuable lesson done to take Vourse of tin seriously Jake said. The last speech came from Jordan Dunbar who broke Down her class s generation. A we Are millennial we Are the children of today a baby Boomers born Between 1985 and 2001. All kinds of forecasters Are making predictions based on who we Are and what will happen when we become the leaders of tomorrow a the graduate rocking continued from Pape Ai the study mirrored other research conducted in heavily tracked areas of the country including Texas and Pennsylvania that have focused on volatile organic compounds. These chemicals including benzene and toluene also Are Carbon based chemicals in the same Chain As those studied in Ohio and they present similar dangers to human health. With tracking on the Rise across the country the study s authors and other scientists say there Are too Many unknowns about the potential health effects associated with the toxic chemicals released from Oil and Gas operations. In Texas where tracking is booming inside climate news and the Center for Public integrity found that air emissions from Oil and Gas development Are among the least regulated least monitored and least understood components in the extraction and production Cycle. The Ohio study which appears in the journal environmental science amp technology a online edition is part of a project cold by Cincinnati a Havnes Osur Sanderson her graduate student Blair Paulik and Laurel kind director of Osur a environmental health science Center. In the Ohio study Anderson and her colleagues collected air samples from Sites near Gas Wells in Carroll county Over three weeks in february 2014. The county sits on top of the Utica shale formation where Oil and Gas Are extracted by Hydraulic fracturing a tracking a a process in which the shale is shattered by a pressurized mix of water Sand and chemicals. The county 70 Miles Southeast of Cleveland is booming with natural Gas development with 421 Wells at the time of the study. A map of Wells developed by the Ohio department of natural resources Oil and Gas resources division shows Carroll county at the epicentre of tracking in Ohio. Carroll county now has 480 permitted Oil and Gas Sites Well ahead of the next two counties Harrison 341 and Belmont 245. The study began when a group of residents approached Haynes a Public health expert at the University of Cincinnati seeking information about health risks from natural Gas extraction near their Homes. A they were wondering about the smells and what was happening because of How close All of this was coming to their Homes a Haynes said. A and with More Wells coming to the county they had some growing concerns and a lot of none of those people said they were sickened by breathing the air hut they wanted to know More about the potential consequences Anderson said. A a there was some concern with All of the Wells that were starting to go in around their Homes a Anderson said. A people want to know wanted to get answers about How All the tracking activity might he affecting Anderson and her associates teamed with Havnes to design a study that relied on volunteers to collect air samples in Carroll county which has about 30,000 people. After volunteers were recruited through a Community meeting and word of Mouth air samplers were placed on the properties of 23 volunteers who lived or worked at Sites ranging from immediate proximity to a Gas Well to a Little More than three Miles away. The aluminium Box monitors contained treated material that absorbed contaminants. The volunteers were trained in proper handling of the samplers and documenting data. At the conclusion of the Stu the samplers were sealed in airtight hags and returned to Andersons lab at Osu for analysis. The samplers picked up High Levels of pollution associated with tracking in the areas studied according to the report. Levels taken within one tenth of a mile of a Well were highest they decreased by about 30 percent in samples taken a Little More than three Miles from a Well. David Brown toxicologist and co founder of the Southwest Pennsylvania environmental health project a nonprofit environmental health organization said the study a findings should Send a message to Federal and state regulators that the rules governing exposure to emissions generated by tracking need revising to reflect the growing number of people being exposed. A you Are starting to have sufficient information showing that something is going on what the exposures Are and what the associated health problems Are a brow n said. Montgomery county May take land for a new radio Antenna site by Margaret Gibbons the Montgomery county commissioners May use their Powers of eminent Domain to acquire a 2-acre proper in Pottstown for use As an emergency communications radio Antenna citing Public safety the commissioners last week authorized their staff to file a declaration of taking in the county court if necessary to secure the land of a larger property now owned a pal electric utilities Ca up. Interstate Energy Core. The county had been in negotiations for months with pal which uses the property to Park and service its vehicles to acquire the land said f first Deputy county solicitor Josh Stein however negotiations recently came to a halt after pal informed the county that it intended i sell the proper to another entity said Stein a while the county is to successfully negotiate an agreement with the new owner of the property it May be necessary to acquire the required land through eminent Domain in order to ensure that the Public safety needs of the county Are served a said the Resolution unanimously passed thursday by the three county commissioners. County commissioner Bruce i. Castor jr., who carries the administrations Public safety portfolio said the county does not have time to enter into any extended re Negolia Lions Lur the land with the new owner who was not identified. Castor said he attended a meeting of the county police chiefs and one of the first questions he received was whether the county was still on target to Complete the upgrade and renovations to the emergency communications system by mid june. Quot this is an important Public safety matter a Castor said lust week the site is needed for a radio Antenna designed to fill in a communications Gap in the county a emergency communications system. The system is used by county Public safety agencies municipal police firefighters emergency medical personnel hospitals and school districts. In addition to building new radio Antenna towers the county also has been leasing or purchasing space on existing towers to address the communications Gap by adding new antennas. This expansion of radio towers is part of the county s $40-million overhaul and expansion of its antiquated 9j1 emergency communications and dispatch system. The county s communications Center dispatches 93 fire departments 53 Law enforcement agencies my dec ency medical a used to Dis my sheriffs county Road it Akers and it Ark ranger1 How to reach us notice a Sis 143-300 Loans shh in 125.000 s As a make be Are the Host two Ade under the new Montgomery loan Opportunity program that is overseen by the Modl under the auspices of streamlined county Commerce department. The loan program is designed to provide Low Cost Loans of up to $250,000 to Small and medium sized businesses to Complete the financial package to acquire real estate make capital improvements or to upgrade equipment and to save or increase Job opportunities the county has earmarked $1.5 million in its capital budget for the program. Find us online pages fire damages Tow Mencin Tow Home a late sunday morning fire in Tow Mencin left the upper floor of a Tow Home heavily damaged. The Tow Mencin Eire to with assistance from other area firefighters responded to the 500 7t Mon. Nisei a a our Nous to r i you can tat f cob less e Al it v gift Block of Monroe drive shortly after 11 . To find flames showing from the roof area of the residence. Tow Mencin police sgt. Dan Jusko said the fire was placed under control before it could spread to any of the other Tow Homes and there were no reported injuries. A a i he one unit is probably uninhabitable but the other units were of and residents were allowed to go Back inside Fusko added. I he cause of the fire is under investigation. \ Doylestown athletic association girls Field hockey registration grades i through 12 As of 9/12 come join the fun on saturdays from sept 12 through oct. 31, 2015 of it 15 a at Len ape Middle school. A reminder online registration closes Midnight july 12th wait list opens on 7/13 $20 late fee registration fees $75 per player $90 per urn not league player $100 team sponsor hip in ii at it be

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