From Staff Reports

Locally elected and appointed officers voted on the next issues prior to now week:


• The Senate voted 52-42 on the affirmation of Janet Garvin McCabe, of Indiana, to be deputy administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency. U.S. Sen. Robert Casey, D-Scranton, voted sure. U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey, R-Zionsville, voted no.

• The House was out of session.


• The House was out of session.


• Lycoming County commissioners accepted simply over $1 million in Community Development Block Grant funding for the Franklin Township sewer challenge and $130,901 in CDBG cash for the Muncy public library. Rick Mirabito, Tony Mussare, and Scott Metzger voted sure.


• City Council voted 4-2 to simply accept an $8.8 million River Valley Transit funds for 2021 and 2022. Voting towards it had been Bonnie Katz and Adam Yoder. Council President Randall J. Allison, Liz Miele, Vince Pulizzi and Jon Mackey had been in favor. David Banks was absent. Katz and Yoder requested for extra particulars and outline much like a proposed funds in 2019 offered to council and weren’t snug with out having the ability to see line objects and division bills as indicated within the prior funds.

School Districts

• The proposed 2021-22 funds for the Jersey Shore Area School District was launched with no tax enhance anticipated for property homeowners within the district. The board accepted a Memorandum of Understanding with the Tiadaghton Valley Regional Police Commission to supply a school useful resource workplace for the following 5 years.

• The Montoursville Area School board obtained a take a look at the 2021-22 funds for the district which confirmed no enhance in actual property taxes for district residents. The board additionally heard feedback from college students in favoring of continuous with sporting masks till the tip of the 12 months and feedback from borough residents and board members supporting no masks. Board president David Shimmel advised these in attendance that masks should be worn on school property to ensure that college students to stay in in-person instruction and for spring sports activities to proceed.

• The East Lycoming School Board accepted a proposed funds for subsequent 12 months that raises actual property taxes by 0.58 mills.

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