Friday, June 05, 2009
Labels: Local Government
Tom Peachey, the attorney for Mid-Columbia, noted that the money the district loses to urban renewal would have paid for the raises in the current union contract. Instead, a wage freeze has been put into place. The Mid-Columbia Fire & Rescue District oppose the proposed amendment to the Columbia Gateway/Downtown Urban Renewal plan. Click to read the article by Elroy King Dalles Chronicle - WA,USA
Posted by Watchman at 5:27 PM
Warren Peachey stands outside new home of New Holland Farmer's Day Association.
The New Holland Farmer's Fair was started in 1927. It's been held every year except for five years during World War II.
The association that runs the fair attended by thousands every year has purchased a brick building at 101 W. Franklin St., New Holland. "We're sticking our necks out a little bit," said Warren Peachey, president of the New Holland Farmer's Day Association, which runs the fair. "It makes the most sense as far as type of building, location and price," Click to read the complete article by RYAN ROBINSON, Staff Writer. Lancaster Newspapers - Lancaster,PA,USA
Posted by Watchman at 9:41 AM