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Linglestown Gazette: Linglestown backyard news links

Monday, June 09, 2008

Linglestown backyard news links

Updated Tuesday, June 10 with links to clips from The Paxton Herald about the Schoffstall rezoning request discussed below under the Lower Paxton Twp. section. Also, location of parcel has been corrected.

Below is a large assortment of links to newspaper articles to help you stay up to date on local issues …

Lower Paxton Twp. Whoa there! Sports consulting group advises CASA youth soccer group to pull back a pit on plans to buy undeveloped parkland east of Linglestown for a soccer complex. … Camp Sertoma, which is located on the slope of Blue Mountain near Linglestown, celebrates 50 years of fun. … Apartment building located off Locust Lane closed by ceiling collapse; no one hurt. … Lower Paxton Twp. resident suggests way to restore Paxton Creek, which begins near Linglestown and flows through the township. … Residents who live across from Costco along Devonshire Road are gearing up to fight a rezoning request for a 7-acre property. According to a letter-to-the-editor in The Paxton Herald, the property is owned by Martin Schoffstall Children’s Trust. Lower Paxton Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on the request this Wednesday, June 11, 7 pm at the Municipal Center, 425 Prince Street. CLICK HERE for a clip from The Paxton Herald about the public hearing, and HERE for a letter-to-the-editor about the proposed rezoning published by The Paxton Herald.

CD schools
Based on a letter-to-the-editor in today’s The Patriot-News, CD school board, as well as Lower Paxton Twp. officials, should seriously consider doing advance planning for the coming increase in electricity rates. (See second item entitled Upcoming rate hike.) … Mountain View Elementary School, located along I-81 close to N. Lockwillow Avenue, is building a walking and jogging path for students and the community to use in all sorts of weather.

CD sports
Rod Frisco, sports writer and columnist for The Patriot-News, is wowed by CD winning another state athletic championship.

Weird and Wacky
West Hanover Twp. resident has some offbeat ideas for saving fuel. … If chasing after a little white ball is your thing, check out this idea for hitting the links more often.

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2 Comments:

At 8:26 AM, Anonymous CoachJB said...

Is there a link to the story about the rezoning of the property on Fairmont available?

 
At 10:30 AM, Blogger BB said...

CoachJB, links for requested info have been added. Thanks a bunch for making the request – I need all the help I can get!

 

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