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County Approves Salaries, Health Costs
By Susan E. Gesford

It was made public at the October 13 Susquehanna County Commissioners' meeting that a special meeting was held on September 29 to address county salaries and health premium payments beginning in 2012.

A salary increase of two percent each year was approved for the elected offices of commissioner, treasurer, coroner, recorder of deeds, register of wills and auditors for the years 2012 and 2013. This is mandated by statute. The officials will also be required to pay 10 percent of the premium for their health insurance.

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Blue Ridge Into Conservation
By Ted Brewster

It was the Columbus Day holiday, but that didn’t stop the Blue Ridge School Board from gathering on October 11 for a business meeting that lasted barely 45 minutes, but may end up costing - and saving - millions.

As usual, High School Principal Scott Jeffery started off by introducing a couple of his outstanding seniors. Ashley Derunda, a member of the National Honor Society and president of Students Against Drunk Driving (SADD), is a veteran of 4 years of softball at Blue Ridge, and will join the Navy to be trained as a medical corpsman. Dan Kempa, fond of all sports, has taken up a recent interest in business, which he hopes to pursue in college.

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