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Delaware Gives Dollar General Conditional Green Light

Delaware Gives Dollar General Conditional Green Light
Pike County Dispatch
By Heather Adams

DINGMANS FERRY- At the Delaware Township Board of Supervisors meeting last Wednesday, Oct. 8, the Supervisors passed two motions conditionally allowing the Dollar General Store on Route 739 to proceed.  Township Solicitor Tom Farley reviewed the Planning Commission’s recommendations, which included stipulations to be met by both the land development and subdivision applications.

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Delaware Township Asked For Fire Police Vehicle

Delaware Township Asked For Fire Police Vehicle
By Heather Adams
Pike County Dispatch - Thursday, October 2, 2014

DINGMANS FERRY- At the Board of Supervisors meeting Wednesday, Sept. 24, Delaware Township’s Fire Police Capt. Dennis Stankovich asked the supervisors to consider the purchase of a vehicle from the now-defunct ALS.

Stankovich outlined the need for a dedicated vehicle for township traffic control, for which he has been using his personal vehicle and fuel.  He said he has spoken with former ALS President Mary Lou Corbett, and there are three vehicles belonging to ALS which will be sold “at a nominal price.”

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Memorial Contributions

Memorial contributions can be made to:

Cpl. Bryon K. Dickson II Memorial Fund
c/o NBT Bank 1230 O'Neill Highway
Dunmore, PA 18512. 

Or at our very own local branch located in the Weiss Plaza off of Route 739 in Lords Valley, PA.

 

 

Township Residents Speak Out Against Auditors

Township Residents Speak Out Against Auditors
Pike County Dispatch
By Heather Adams

Dingmans Ferry- At the Delaware Township meeting Wednesday Sept. 10 during the period for public comment, several residents spoke up with concerns over the Auditors appealing the recent Court decision upholding the Township Pension Plan.

Questions arose over the Legal Fund in the Treasurer’s report, in which it was stated that Township Solicitor Tom Farley’s fees would not count against the amount allotted for the auditor’s use ($25,000).  Board Chairman Tom Ryan does not anticipate the appeal’s exceeding the approximately $7,000 left in the fund.  Thus far, township and auditor’s fees have reached approximately $23,000.

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Eric Matthew Frein, 31, wanted in Blooming Grove shooting, police say

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A manhunt is underway for Eric Matthew Frein of Canadensis, accused of shooting two state troopers in Pike County Friday night.

Frein. 31, is still at large and is considered armed and dangerous. He is described as a white male, 6-foot-1, 165 pounds.

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