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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

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  Press Release - The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration urges owners of certain Toyota, Honda, Mazda, BMW, Nissan, and General Motors vehicles to act immediately on recall notices to replace defective Takata airbags. Small pieces of metal have been reported when the air bag deploys that have caused injury.

  Consumers that are uncertain whether their vehicle is impacted by the Takata recalls, or any other recall, can check on www.safercar.gov/vinlookup. On the site, consumers can search by their vehicle identification number (VIN) to confirm whether their individual vehicle has an open recall that needs to be addressed. In addition, consumers can sign-up for NHTSA recall alerts, which go out before recall letters are mailed by the manufacturers to the affected owners.

  Plans for a sewer line extension project were discussed at the Pennsboro City Council Monday evening. The line will extend to the trailer park past Strawberry Lane on Lamberton Road. When completed it will service 30 customers and generate $1,100 per month in revenue.

  A pump station will need to be constructed as well because gravity flow will not work for this length of line and the hilly terrain. The project will include the 9-1-1 Call Center and Cornerstone Bank, which currently have private septic systems.

  The trailer park is one of the areas in violation of the DEP inspection where the city was fined over $66,000. The city is working with Frontier Drilling on the extension, because the drilling company would like to have a sewer line extended to an office complex they are going to be building in Pennsboro (more on that in tomorrow’s edition).

  A bid was put out for the work to bore under the road to connect the Call Center and the bank, but only one was received from Cyrus Bowen Construction. That bid included 2-3 manholes for $8,750 if there was no

Sewer Line Project Will Head

Towards Ellenboro

By Debbie Frederick

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  Pennsboro Council approved a new sidewalk project, but it appears it will take up to two years before work will begin on it. That’s all due to government paperwork and going through the process of getting everything approved.

  Three areas are targeted for sidewalks:

1) Corner of Main Street and Mountain Drive to Pennsboro Baptist Church.

2) Kimball Avenue at Union Bank to Stadium Drive.

3) Masonic Avenue (Charlene Sweeney’s) to Crossroads Cafe lot.

  Tim Meeks of the Mid-Ohio Valley Regional Council measured the work will be 730 feet with a rate of $100 per linear foot. So, the estimated project will cost $73,000, but the wall on the corner of Main St. and Mountain Dr. needs replaced. That would make the cost $100,00 with a 20% match from the City of Pennsboro.

  It will take one year to find out from the government if the project will be approved, and another year for the design and bidding process to do the actual work.

New Pennsboro Sidewalks Will

Take Years

By Debbie Frederick

Section of sidewalk from Main St to Pennsboro Baptist Church.

BOIL WATER ADVISORY

IN HARRISVILLE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

for Wigner Ave. including Mykayla Lane and anyone who may have lost water pressure last night - due to a repair of a water line leak.

Boil Water Advisory has been LIFTED

for Oakwood Addition from Hale Street to N. Penn Avenue.

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