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Linglestown Gazette: Lower Paxton news links, 01.14.09

Thursday, January 15, 2009

Lower Paxton news links, 01.14.09

PennDOT spokesman Greg Penny says work is set to begin on the $4.5 million project to transform the village of Linglestown with a pair of traffic roundabouts and other improvements. Penny said work is set to start in June if all the right-of-way purchases are done. (source)

Lower Paxton Twp. manager George Wolfe said this week that the right-of-way acquisitions won’t be a problem.

CLICK HERE for Gazette archives about the planned village project.

Lower Paxton Twp. attorney Bernie L. Coates, Jr. is seeking to fill one of the vacancies on the Dauphin County Court of Common Pleas. (source)

Gambling items were seized Tuesday from Cantone's Southern Italian Restaurant in Colonial Park, state police announced yesterday. (source)

Nick Cantone, the restaurant's owner, appeared on the Bob Durgin talk show on WHP 580 am Wednesday afternoon to discuss the police raid. He said that his business was being unfairly targeted by the state.

Cantone also made news a few months ago when he openly disregarded the state's new indoor smoking ban by allowing his customers to light up.


At 6:54 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

A good penalty for the betting offenses would be to pull Cantone's liquor license for a month - immediately.

Also, one has to wonder if the LCB agents spotted inside smoking during the raid - oops, that's the domain of the state health department, but only if someone complains.


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