Stoltz of Coudersport

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Blake Dentistry, Coudersport, PA

Smethport Area Piecemakers

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Giant Sportsman's Raffle at Coudersport Consistory.......100 Firearms and $10,000. Cash......100 guns will be given away in 100 days......Plus Day 101 will be the drawing for $10,000 Cash......Tickets AVAILABLE NOW FOR $100!!..........ONLY 1,000 TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE!!.......Winners to be determined by the Pennsylvania Pick 3 evening drawing............Drawing runs April 1, 2018 thru July 10, 2018...........$10,000 Cash Prize drawing on July 10, 2018.........Tickets may be purchased from the Coudersport Consistory Office from 8 AM to 3 PM Monday through Friday or by mail. You can pay by credit card.........Call us at 1-800-980-8490.

Howard's Inc.


St. Bibiana Fish Fry

Coudersport Rabies Clinic – April 7, 2018. A Rabies Clinic will be held Saturday, April 7th from 1:00 to 4:00 pm at the Coudersport Fire Hall. All dogs, cats, and ferrets that are at least 12 weeks old can be vaccinated against the rabies virus. The first time a dog or cat receives a vaccine, it is good for one year. Each time after that, the vaccination is good for three years. Ferrets must be vaccinated annually. All animals attending the clinic must be on a leash or in a container. Cost is $5.00 per animal. The clinic is sponsored by Dr. Lindsay Schwartzmeyer of the Potter County Veterinary Clinic, LLC.

Saturday, August 5, 2017

Lessons from Past, Tools for Future Focus of Meeting on Phase 3 of Pennsylvania’s Plan to Clean Up Local Waters in Chesapeake Bay Watershed

Harrisburg, PA – In its third public meeting, the steering committee coordinating Phase 3 of Pennsylvania’s plan to clean up local waters in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed discussed lessons learned from previous planning efforts.

“We’ve started off development of Phase 3 with genuinely fresh thinking and energy,” said Patrick McDonnell, Secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), which hosted the meeting on July 31. “Our process prioritizes bottom-up plan development by diverse partners throughout our Bay watershed counties. In June, over 240 Pennsylvanians brought their expertise and ideas to our public listening event. Taking a good look at the strengths and weaknesses of Phase 1 and 2 plans is part of this new approach.”

Many local municipalities, farmers, and other groups know the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) mandates Pennsylvania to meet numeric goals in reducing nitrogen, phosphorous, and sediment in local waters, said three speakers who worked on the earlier plans: York County Planning Commission Director Felicia Dell, Pennsylvania Municipal Authorities Association Deputy Executive Director John Brosious, and PennAg Industries Association Assistant Vice President Jennifer Reed-Harry.

Their recommendations for Phase 3 included breaking these large target numbers down to a more local level, identifying the value (e.g., economic benefits and herd and soil health benefits) of cleaning up local waters, and ensuring that current local water cleanup efforts are being accurately tracked and the data shared with EPA.

The meeting also included a presentation by EPA Chesapeake Bay Program data analyst Matt Johnson on data analysis software available to the Pennsylvania team that will assist in decision-making on how to identify local area goals. Collecting and analyzing data in order to create local water cleanup plans with the greatest possible impact is a priority of Phase 3 plan development.

The steering committee will next meet on August 24 in room 309 at the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture.

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