April 23, 2014
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On April 14, the Montrose school board met for their work session and board meeting in Montrose. The work session was opened, and then members went into a clear session.
After the meeting resumed, various administrators gave their reports. Ms. Riker noted that April was Autism Awareness Month. She had been contacted by parents, who spoke with her about having a sort of autism group. One thing they planned to schedule was a sort of safety night for parents of autistic children. Volunteers would be present who had agreed to come and stay with the children while the parents listened to a guest speaker.
Hallstead Borough’s Council meeting was called to order at about seven o’clock, Thursday, the 17th of April by the Council’s President David Callender. With the exception of BryanGlasgow and Ryan Stone, all Council members were in attendance to discuss the monthly Agenda. There were only three members of the public present.
Within the members of the public, were two representatives from Kingfisher Exploration Services, Inc., wishing to discuss seismic surveys as well as the possibility of using vibration trucks on the roads. A main concern of President David Callender and other Council members was the seismic testing in the ballpark. The Council was concerned about the locations of the boxes, as the ballpark is very busy during the warmer months. Mitchell from Kingfisher Exploration assured the Council that the boxes would be out of the way and probably near the tree line. They also stated that flags would be put in place before the actual boxes, so if the specific locations were a cause for concern they would be moved. They also stated the boxes would only be in place for a month at the most.
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