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Saturday, November 21, 2009

Port Allegany Part 2:

Port Allegany Part 2: Community keeps on moving

PORT ALLEGANY, Pa. - While the community of Port Allegany has experienced the challenges of the ongoing recession, leaders of the town said the friendly, outgoing nature of the residents continue to make it a nice place to live.

Borough manager Dick Kallenborn and Judy Taylor, president of the borough council, recently shared their thoughts about a community that has continued to move ahead with projects despite an economic downturn that has affected the entire nation.

“What we’re doing that is exciting is we’ve been working on getting a complete dike system built to protect our community,” Mr. Kallenborn said. “It looks like that dike system is ready to go and is in the design stages right now with construction slated for either 2010 or 2011.” More...

1 comment :

Anonymous said...

It would be nice if we could get the planning board/commission in Port Allegany to try a "think tank" approach again to see what could be done to improve Main Street in Port Allegany. We all really need to think o/s the box - beyond retail shops to fill our disappearing main street businesses. I'd like to see the Canoe Place bought through some grant money (if one could be applied for & there is $ out there for it)-- then utilize it for the IU9/Seneca Voc. Tech School. Their BCO class could fix it up, the culinary arts program could run a restaurant (like the one in Wellsville, NY that ASC does), the music program could provide occasional dinner theaters, and they could start a hotel management program. All these things provide after high school employability to our young people who cannot afford to go to college. Just a thought & maybe I am a dreamer but it is better than letting the building get torn down, fall down, or become another eyesore on Main Street.