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Hall Back In B/R Saddle
By Ted Brewster

After a year’s interregnum, Alan Hall resumed the chair of the Blue Ridge School Board at its only public meeting in December and last of the year on the 7th. Having lost the Hallstead seat to Laurie Brown-Bonner in the 2008 election, he won an at-large seat last month for a 4-year term, and was unanimously elected to preside by his colleagues on the board. Also sworn in during the board’s reorganization session were incumbents Christina Cosmello (2-year term) and Christina Whitney (4-year term); and newbies John Ketchur, retired Blue Ridge teacher and technology guru, and Shane Rumage, both for 4-year terms. Ms. Cosmello was chosen vice-chair.

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Oakland Gets A Christmas “Gift”

Oakland Boro got a long-anticipated Christmas “gift.” It was announced at the December 10 council meeting that, at long last, the negotiations to obtain the old “trailer” property adjacent to the park was finally to be obtained. The closing was scheduled to take place the following day. Of course, every Christmas story has a “Grinch” of some kind, and this one was no exception. Not too long before, there had been an incident of vandalism and the windows had been shot out of the trailer. The boro police were investigating.

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