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Thursday, December 8, 2016

Fox Township approves subdivision for data center campus

By Katie Weidenboerner katiew@thecourierexpress.com 
Courier Express
KERSEY – A proposed data center campus project continues its forward movement in Elk County.

At the Fox Township supervisors meeting Wednesday, the trio unanimously approved a subdivision request in which two lots, totaling 1,453.5 acres of Greentree Landfill property off of Route 153, will be subdivided and transferred to Thea Development.

Once conveyed, the lots will be used for the development of a data center campus.

Guido’s objective is to develop 4 million square feet of data center using 23 acres of the subdivided parcels.

In past presentations, Guido has estimated the entire project will cost about $4 billion dollars and create about 500 full-time jobs. Read more...


Dining with Diabetes is a nationally accredited program for adults with or at risk of developing type 2 diabetes. For less than $5 per session, participants learn how to prepare meals that are healthy, simple, and tasty and will have the opportunity to sample many recipes. 

Participants will also obtain skills for living well with diabetes by learning about medications, food label reading, dining out, coping with stress, and important diabetes-related medical tests. Family members and/or friends are also invited to attend the program.

Classes are offered weekly for five weeks, with a three month follow-up. An A1C test, a measure of blood glucose levels ($35 value), and a blood pressure reading will be taken at the first and follow-up classes. Participants are also given incentives such as an exercise DVD, plate method placemat, and a Dining with Diabetes Cookbook.

Classes begin Tuesday, January 17th from 5:00 to 7:30 pm at the Penn State Extension office – 7 Water Street in Coudersport. Evening sessions will continue on Tuesday January 24th, 31st and February 7th and 14th. The 3-month follow up class will be Tuesday, April 11th. Cost for the entire program will be $20 per individual and $15 for an additional guest.

Preregistration is required and can be made by calling Sheila Gabreski at the Potter County Extension office 814-274-8540 or by registering online at extension.psu.edu/diabetes. Registration deadline is Tuesday, January 3rd, 2017.