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Correction required.







From the article, "Out-of-town Slow Roll participants can park their vehicles in Mead Park or alternative parking will be available closer to the downtown area at Relevant Church, 100 W. Smith St. "







pjpw2320 commented on Correction

So if overtime was worked each month then a wages expense for overtime has been paid each month, correct?







It may also help to clarify for readers what an "overtime reimbursement" is, where it comes from and how it is calculated.



From the article:



"Under the new repository sale policy, potential buyers are required to attend a Council meeting and explain plans for the property. Nichols was present at the meeting and outlined his plan for the land.







The policy was …

As I have raised several times before in social media posts, the City should explore the option of municipal broadband and looking at developing a City technology precinct on a suitable site that could attract retail and professional businesses to Corry, and perhaps even go some way towar…

This has been raised previously and brought to the attention of City officials without any action to date. Now they are actually looking at? Let's hope so!







EVERY property that has been determined to have been used as a meth house should be subject to som…

An inspiring story. However, Austin's father's name appears to be misstated as Lesa Marie Carlson.


Perhaps it would have helped if the phrase "warning notice" had been used in the Quality of Life Ticket ordinance when it was drafted and before it was passed, and also if the information that is being disseminated now had included a clear and succinct explanation of the phrase "warning n…

From the article: "The property maintenance code is a city ordinance and all city ordinances are available for public viewing by clicking on a code of ordinance link at www.corrypa.com/governmenthome." The above link is invalid and returns a "Page not found" error.


Kudos to the Corry Area School District for bringing this amazing person, John Franklin Stephens, to Corry to speak on acceptance and respect for people with disabilities.

This should be spread far and wide on social media and I would ask that the Journal publish this article on its Fa…

Mike is a long time community volunteer in Corry and gets in and does the hard yakka that no one else seems interested in doing. I have never seen anyone invest so many sweat hours on an ongoing basis into doing things for the community and he does so without being asked, without complaint a…