The Center-Stanton School Board addressed several issues at the Feb. 15 monthly meeting. Superintendent of Schools Curt Pierce prepared and presented a three-year revenue/expense comparison.
The elements of weather take a toll not only on people, but on buildings, as proven by a recent inspection of the 35-plus-year-old building that houses county emergency communication tower equipment.
People often talk about love at first sight. You know, that one moment in time that brings a feeling or romantic attraction for a stranger on the first sight of them. But how many people can really say they have experienced such a feeling? How many can say it lasted a lifetime and more.
Months in coming, demolition of the house owned by Rick Gorley on Oliver Avenue will proceed. Center City Council members unanimously agreed to a motion to go ahead with the demolition at the meeting Feb. 7 after consulting with Center city attorney John Mahoney.
The Center-Stanton School Board has not yet made a decision about taking their meetings paperless by using laptop computers, but the subject was discussed at length at the Jan. 13 monthly meeting.