Browsing: Parkesburg Politics

> The Daily Local has a front page story today on the new election cycle and lists positions up for election this year. These positions are up for election here in Parkesburg (all terms list are


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>At the December 6th Octorara Area School Board meeting Bob Hume, Parkesburg’s representative on the board. made the following statement as recorded by the board’s secretary. For the record the State Rep Mr. Hume, a registered


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>On election day 2010 Parkesburg residents said thank you and goodbye, for now, to Representative Tom Houghton.  As the town’s representative in Harrisburg for the last 2 years, Houghton had worked tirelessly to bring economic development


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>Borough Council named longtime resident Kathleen Rick to Borough Council at Monday evening’s Borough Council Meeting to fill the vacancy created when Sheri Melton resigned two weeks earlier. Ms. Ricks has made her home in Parkesburg


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>There’s a new Parkesburg blog on the scene. Started in January as an outgrowth of Borough Council’s decision to discontinue police service to Atglen, Highland and Avondale, the blog was started to give people frustrated with


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>Here are the unofficial results from Tuesdays election for Borough Council: North South Total Persch 119 207 326 Keen 82 185 267 Curtin 90 172 262 Stevenson 69 179 248 Crockett 67 141 208 North South


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>We at Parkesburg Today couldn’t have said it better! Here’s the editorial from the November 1st edition of the Parkesburg Post Ledger. Its wonderful seeing David and Tom getting the credit they deserve! PARKESBURG POST LEDGER


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>In a letter written to the local paper Michael Martorana, a Republican and former Vice-President of Borough Council, urges Parkesburg voters to support Tom Curtin and David Jones for Borough Council. In the letter, which the


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> Since his appointment at the beginning of 2006, Tom Curtin’s leadership of the Progress and Development Committee have resulted in the creation of a LERTA economic incentive program to bring new business construction to Parkesburg.


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