March 25, 2015
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Leatherstocking Gas Co. was present at the March 18th New Milford Township meeting, with a presentation on the proposed entrance of natural gas into the area. Katrina Colvin-Stilts, a Natural Gas Marketing Representative, gave the majority of the presentation, though Russ Miller was also present and spoke as well.
Ms. Colvin-Stilts related that the company was a utility in 16 municipalities in PA, 14 of which were in Susquehanna County. They also operated in New York. She noted 262 square miles of franchise territory. The company just opened an office in the county on Main Street in Montrose.
At the March 19th meeting of the Elk Lake School Board, Ms. Kim Guiton and Mr. Kevin Jones were present to demonstrate some of the technology available to them, and to discuss some of the energy conservation work done from the partnership with Johnson Controls. A Johnson Controls representative was originally to be present as well, but had been unable to attend.
Prior to that point, however, the correspondence and first public input portions of the meeting occurred. Within the former, it was noted that Mr. Morahan submitted a letter of retirement. Dr. Cuomo said that he would be missed, and thanked him for his service to the students- not only in the classroom, but also as a coach. During the latter, a visitor spoke up to opine that the student council show was hilarious. She said it was a comedy about hypnosis, and whether you believed in hypnosis or not the show was hysterical. She called it a good time with a lot of laughter.
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