April 19, 2017
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Scholastic Art Awards have been around since 1923, it is the largest and longest running program of its kind, and several of the Forest City Regional School District students were recipients of an award. Caitlyn Bonham’s artwork earned a Gold Key at Regional Scholastic merited judging on a national level; she received a Silver Medal nationally. Other students who were recognized for their artwork awards were Katelyn Hentschel, Nicholas Kowalick, Hope Reams, Kendra Bendyk, Kathryn Novajosky and Claire Urbas. School Board members and Superintendent Jessica Aquilina congratulated the students during the School Board meeting held on April 10th.
A resident of the Borough who attended the Susquehanna Depot Borough Council meeting on April 12th reported a rental property on West Main Street where the residents are using drugs and throwing used hypodermic needles in the yard, which is also a school bus stop. She stated, to her knowledge the tenants were evicted from the apartment, but they purchased blackout curtains and there is definitely someone living in the apartment. She went on to say the tenants have been throwing trash in her yard, and she has to pick it up each time before she mows the grass. She said the Codes Enforcement Officer and the police are very aware of what is going on at the property, and they have been trying to help. She thought of writing on the Susquehanna Drug Activity Report Form, but members of the audience spoke up and said don’t bother, it's useless. She asked Council if there is anything they could do to help.
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