April 1, 2015
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At the March 27th meeting of the Mountain View school board, the board and administration discussed accolades, budgets, and food, along with a variety of other topics. Mr. Presley also brought attention to a dangerous new app.
Mrs. Voigt recognized Hayley Maloney, who was selected as a first soprano at the state level. She was also named to the All Eastern Mixed Choir, in Providence, Rhode Island. Mrs. Voigt said that they wished her the best of luck.
The Susquehanna County Board of Commissioners, in cooperation with the County Fire Chiefs and Pennsylvania Bureau of Forestry District 11, has issued a resolution enacting a temporary ban on open burning in Susquehanna County from 12:01am Thursday, April 2, 2015 to 12:01am Saturday, May 2, 2015.
Open burning is defined as the ignition and subsequent burning of any combustible material such as garbage, leaves, grass, twigs, litter, paper, vegetative matter involved with land clearing, or any sort of debris out-of-doors either in a burn barrel or on the ground. The use of propane or gas stoves, charcoal briquette grills, or the use of tobacco in any form is not covered under county burn bans. Camp fires are allowed in the fire rings that confine and contain the camp fire in a designated state, federal, or Department of Environmental Protection licensed campground.
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