County buys transfer trailers; JS Board of Directors Cancels Foodservice Debt | News, Sports, Jobs
Local officials and elected officials have voted on the following issues in recent weeks:
• The House voted 254-175 to approve a bill to keep government funded until early December. US Representative Fred Keller R-Kreamer voted yes. US Representative Glenn Thompson R-Howard voted no.
• Lycoming County Commissioners voted 3-0 to approve the purchase of three transfer trailers for resource management services at a cost of $ 209,132. Tony Mussare, Rick Mirabito and Scott Metzger voted yes.
• Lycoming County Commissioners approved a resolution affirming their support for the Second Amendment. Several people spoke in favor of the resolution at the meeting.
• The Township of Loyalsock Board of Directors heard the concerns of the elderly about the problems of the senior center operated by STEP. Seniors are concerned about parking and access to the building.
• The Williamsport area school board meeting was primarily comprised of parents and community members commenting on the state Department of Health’s order for students, staff and visitors to wear face masks. interior of school buildings.
• Superintendent Gerald McLaughlin shared with the Loyalsock Township School Board the amount of funding the district has received from COVID relief funds and how they have been and will be used in the district. The comments on ordering the masks were also a topic of discussion.
• The Jersey Shore Area School District Board approved relief of $ 667.85 of food service debt and $ 80 of technology debt due to the relocation of students without a forwarding address. These debts were incurred before the introduction of the free meals program for school-aged children.
(EDITOR’S NOTE: Every Monday, the Sun-Gazette summarizes the main votes of the past week and, more specifically, how our locally elected officials voted on each issue. Watch for it every Monday in the Sun-Gazette.)