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Technology speeds disaster alerts, response
Caitria O’Neill remembers her reaction to hearing tornado warnings on June 1, 2011. She went to the grocery store and said, “because I live in Massachusetts, and we don’t get tornadoes.”
Primary could decide Vernon supervisors spot
With three Republican candidates running for nomination and no opposing Democrats, the race for a spot on the Vernon Township Board of Supervisors could be decided this spring.
Communication key in keeping public safe during disaster
When bad weather is closing in on Crawford County, communication is key in keeping the public safe, according to Allen Clark, director of Emergency Management for the Crawford County Office of Emergency Services.
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State special ed funding formula flawed
A shortfall in state special education funding may be draining Crawford County school districts of $2.3 million per year in funding that could be used to teach other children.
Crawford Central residents to nominate four from both parties
Residents of Crawford Central School District will vote to nominate four candidates from each party to fill four four-year terms on Crawford Central School Board during the upcoming primary election. When the November general election rolls around, however, there will be five slots to fill.
Mayor, two council seats are up for election in Meadville
In accordance with Pennsylvania’s Optional Third Class City Charter Law, under which the City of Meadville operates, city council consists of five members, including the mayor, elected at large by city voters during regular municipal elections to serve four-year terms.
County takes measures to avoid election problems
A procedures manual has been developed by the Crawford County Board of Elections in an effort to avoid potential Election Day problems.
Meadville officials point out key issues in parking study
A recent survey of downtown businesses is complete, results have been compiled and Meadville City Council members Nancy Mangilo-Bittner and Bob Langley are anxious to move forward on addressing a list of four key issues they say are making Meadville less than friendly to businesses and their customers.
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