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PAGE4 THE DALLAS POST
Sunday, December 22, 2013
| HARVEYS LAKE BOROUGH
SUSAN BETTINGER
Dallas Post Correspondent
Outgoing council mem-
bers Fran Kopko and Boyd
Barber received plaques of
1 appreciation for their years
of service to the council
and the community at the
Dec. 17 council meeting.
The plaques were present-
ed by Solicitor Charles
McCormick. Council
member Larry Radel also
received a plaque, but was
not in attendance for the
presentation.
Council has passed
the 2014 budget with no
tax increase or garbage
increase.
Council unanimously
voted to consolidate
all borough’PNC bank
accounts that are able to
be consolidated by law.
This action came after
the borough’s CPA John
Brokenshire suggested the
move, as PNC's fees for
the accounts faced a con-
siderable increase in 2014.
Council member
Michelle Boice explained
that many banks are start-
ing to charge a higher fee
for municipal accounts,
due to the extra paper-
work involved.
Among the accounts
that will merge is the
Harveys Lake Crime
Watch account, which
will be consolidated with
the business money mar-
ket account. The merged
account will lower the
associated fees, as the bal-
ance will move to a greater
amount. The Crime Watch
account will, however,
maintain its own separate
balance in the borough’s
records. Also, the analysis
business checking account
with muniSweep will be
changed to a business
checking account with
interest.
Jay Niskey, who owns
shoreline property and
a boathouse in Harveys
Lake, wanted to go on
record as saying he is
concerned about the high
water level and possibil-
Dave Pasquini is
newest member
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David Pasquini was recently
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Dallas. A Trucksville residents,
Pasquini is an administra-
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From left, are Dallas Rotary
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Thursday at the Irem Country
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ity of boathouse flooding.
Niskey’s concern comes
after the Moretti family,
which owns a dam near
the outlet of the lake,
made repairs to the dam.
Niskey, along with several
other residents, is saying
the repairs have caused the
raised dam to increase the
water levels.
Niskey contacted
Senator Lisa Baker, who
said the matter will be
looked into, and PA State
Rep. Karen Boback, who
has not yet returned his
call. Niskey asked council
what could be done about
the situation.
Council member
Thomas Kehler responded
that the Department of
Environmental Protection
has been contacted and is
now in charge of the situ-
ation. The DEP has also
informed the Morettis
they need to take the dam
back to its previous level.
The Morettis insist they
did not raise the dam, rath-
er they only repaired it and
are disputing the .®
The Harveys Lake
Homecoming Committee
has officially been changed
to the Harveys Lake
Recreation =~ Committee,
effective immediately. The
change came after several
residents, who have put
together the committee in
the past, decided the new
name is more fitting. The
committee participates in
several recreational activi-
ties, such as the Halloween
party, Christmas party
and Easter egg hunt, and
not just the homecoming
events.
In spite of the bad
weather, the Harveys Lake
Recreation = Committee’s
Children’s Christmas party
was a success, with 67
children enjoying the day’s
events.
The borough’s re-organi-
zation meeting will be
at 7 p.m. on Monday,
6, 2014. The next courlCu
meeting will be held at
7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan.
21, 2014.
DIANE McGEE | THE DALLAS POST
Frosty visits Hilbert’s
Frosty the Snowman was spotted recently at Hilbert’s
Equipment and Welding, Inc. on Memorial Highway in
Dallas. With the cold temperatures the area has experi-
enced recently, Frosty is sure to be around for a while.
Convenience store
robber apprehende cg
Dallas
During the snowstorm
on Dec. 14, at approxi-
mately 8:49 p.m., a male
entered It’s a Life Saver
Sunoco in Kingston
Township. The actor dis-
played a firearm and took
a small amount cash from
the register and two packs
of cigarettes.
Kingston Township
police officers Martin C.
Maransky and Jonathan
Chipego tracked the actor
in the snow through the
woods, roads and back
yards to a residence a lit-
tle more than a mile away
from the convenience
store.
Along with Kingston
Township police offi-
cer Robert Spencer and
officers from
Township and Borough
Police Departments, the
officers secured the resi-
dence and arrested Kyle
Philip Burdick, 24, of
Shavertown.
During a . search of
Burdick’s bedroom, police
confiscated clothing, a
loaded 9mm firearm and
the two packs of ciga-
rettes stolen during the
robbery.
Burdickwas taken to
the Luzerne County
Correctional Facility to be
arraigned by a Magisterial
District Judge on charges
of robbery, theft, receiv-
ing stolen property, and
firearms not to be carried
without a license.
Lodge donates to food pantry
George M. Dallas Masonic Lodge # 531 recently presented a
donation to the Back Mountain Food Pantry. The Back Mountain
Food Pantry gave out food baskets to over 200 local families this
Thanksgiving. From left, are Robert Wagner, Worshipful Master;
Carol Eyet, food pantry manager; Joe Hardisky, food pantry
assistant manager; Donald Holdredge Jr., Senior Warden; Donald
Holdredge Sr., Junior Warden; Robert Shaffer, treasurer; and Peter
Calkins, Senior Deacon.