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Kittanning Laurels & Lances

| Saturday, July 5, 2008 12:00 a.m

Laurel: To Dale Kirsch. The Armstrong School District business manager cautioned the school board that it can’t keep spending down its fund balance every year while not cutting expenses. Here’s hoping the directors get it.

Lance: To the noisy. Music blares from open car windows. Shouting comes from open windows of houses and apartments. Outdoor gatherings get louder and later. It is summer. Let’s remember the neighbors, even ones were are just passing by.

Lance: To the Ford City Council and the development council it created. They insist on fighting out their disagreements in court. How sad, how costly. Work out an agreement.

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