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Gettysburg Times (Newspaper) - July 11, 2015, Gettysburg, PennsylvaniaVol. 113, no. 164 Gas postpones Tif vote Gettysburg school of facials have postponed the vote to opt in or opt out of the $ 2 million tax increment financing plan for a shopping Center that includes a Walmart super enter. The vote on the Tif plan which was scheduled for monday night will take place at the school boards aug. 3 meeting school Board president Todd Orner said Friday because school solicitor Robert Mcquaide is continuing to vet the language of the agreement. Mcquaide finds the Resolution to be acceptable but has some issues with the agreement according to Orner. One of the concerns is that the agreement May not contain the latest information about the evolving project. Providing an abundance of caution we Are going to delay the vote one meeting Orner said adding that july 13 is the Only school Board meeting this month. Gettysburg crossing is a $ 40 million 16 business shopping Center proposed to be located in the Northwest quadrant of the u. S. 15/ 30 interchange in Strabane township an area zoned t of f Montana / g Gettysburg t Imes historic plaque organizers of Littlest owns Celebration of its 250th anniversary who Are preparing to dedicate a plaque next week to the towns founder Peter Klein include committee members left to right Clinton Bittle police chief and Borough manager Charles g. Kellar chairman Ken Thomas Linda Renner Don Snyder Sandi Snoke and Clifton Bittle. Littlestown ready to Mark 250 years Littlestown the oldest town in Adams county will celebrate its 250th year with Many Seste Centennial events next week. The town was Laid out by Peter Klein in 1765, a decade before the 13 colonies declared their Independence from the British Crown which led to the revolutionary War and the birth of the United states of America. Much of next weeks events will be focused on that Era. We have a lot going on All week Borough manager Charles Keller told the times. There will be something for everyone. Festivities begin on sunday july 12, with an old fashioned Church service in Crouse Park at 3 p. M. Worshippers Are invite to dress in colonial costumes explained Littlestown historical society president Ken Thomas. The women will sit on one Side and the men on the other facing the pulpit but separated just like in colonial times. Those not in by Tom Fontana for the Gettysburg times d Arryl w heeler / g Gettysburg t Imes sneak peek Ken Gerlock from Virginia shows off the Tattoo on his Arm and armpit during the Tatoo contest on Friday. Gerlock also plans to enter the Tattoo contest today at 3 p. M. And show More of his body Art. Bikers take body Art seriously d Arryl w heeler / g Gettysburg t Imes female Winner Heather Downin from Abbottstown shows off her Tattoo for the judges during the Tattoo contest on Friday at the Allstar events Complex. Jack shit said that humans have been decorating their skins since at least the time they lived in caves. They used plants berries and Needles from porcupines and they did Beautiful work he said. By t. W. Burger for the Gettysburg times by Vanessa Pellechio times staff writer see Tif on Page a5 the Public does not understand it. People think you Are spending tax dollars. No we Are not. There is no exposure to the District whatsoever. Gettysburg school Board president Todd Orner see Art on Page a5 see Littlestown on Page a5 times staff reports Ahna m. Wilson has been selected to fill a new position As site manager for Eisenhower n a t i o n a l historic site Eise. She is currently h i s t o r i a n / cultural resource manager for the Chesapeake and Ohio canal National historical Park based in Hagerstown my. The site manager at Eisenhower National historic site is responsible for planning managing directing and evaluating a Complex and multifaceted program of interpretation resource education visitor services Community outreach youth programming and partnerships at the Home and farms owned by general Dwight David Eisenhower the 34th president of the United states and supreme Allied commander in Europe during world War ii. The site manager reports to the superintendent of Gettysburg National military Park. I am incredibly excited to join the staff at Eise said Wilson. I Hope to work with staff and partners to preserve protect and interpret the stories and resources associated with president Dwight d. Eisenhower his family and the history of the site. Originally from the Quad cities area of Illinois Wilson began her career at the Chesapeake and Ohio canal National historical Park in 2008 As a National Council for preservation education intern. During her internship she worked toward Eisenhower site hires manager Wilson see Wilson on Page a2 82� / 60� Page a7 s ports northeastern topples Hanover in legion playoffs Page b1 l ocal statutory sexual assault charge filed Page a3 Gettysburg Pennsylvania saturday july 11, 2015 weekend edition wow. Gettysburg times. Com 75� times mail publishes monthly Call your rep today 334 1131 y ears i n b business t a publishes this month Call 334 1131 to include your business

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