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Oakland Boro On The Mend

All members were present for the September 11 meeting of the Oakland Boro council. The meeting began with presentation of a new flag, complete with pole and stand, for the council room, made by Carol Gordon on behalf of her mother, Catherine Van Loan. The gift was given in remembrance of Mrs. Van Loan’s late husband, John, who had been a member of council for many years.

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Faculty Resignations At Blue Ridge

The Blue Ridge School Board met on September 8 for the first time since school opened for the year. All administrators declared a "very good start" to the new school year. There was some chagrin on the Board, however, at the resignations of two teachers so early in the session. Mary Lou Heron accepted a position with the Intermediate Unit, and special education teacher Heather Smith moved to the Montrose district. Ms. Heron's move was long anticipated by her principal, Robert Dietz, who told the Board that Ms. Heron had kept him informed of her plans during the summer. Ms. Smith attempted to tie her resignation to the approval of her new position at a Montrose Board meeting on September 12th; Blue Ridge Superintendent McNamara said that he had inquired at Montrose and expected no problem at that end.

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