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Mt. View Students Help Haiti
By Melinda Darrow

The February 22 meeting of the Mountain View School District included a moment of silence for three members of the district community. They will be missed.

The district did pick up some census enumerators. More are still needed, Dr. Chichura stated, so that the district can once again get its concentration grant.

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Commissioners Sign Memorandum
By Carole M. Canfield

Susquehanna County Commissioners appointed numerous members to several County organizations/committees at the February 24 meeting.

A Memorandum of Understanding was signed between the Susquehanna County Commissioners, Central Bradford Progress Authority and Susquehanna County Railroad Authority, agreeing to have a feasibility study conducted to OnTrackAmerica for the sum of $6,000, to determine if a transloading facility would be useful and affordable in Susquehanna County. The funds for the costs of this study are being provided by the Regional Investment Marketing Grant from DCED to Central Bradford Progress Authority through an application approved by the Susquehanna County Commissioners. The Rail Authority will provide the necessary data to OnTrackAmerica for the study. Commissioner Michael Giangrieco voted no to the memorandum for financial reasons. The motion for the agreement passed with yes votes from Commissioners MaryAnn Warren and Leon Allen.

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