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  • Birthday 08/19/1964

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  1. Yesterday I made sm shells w/a garlic cream sauce.
  2. PUC Approves Settlement for Aqua America’s $4+ Billion Acquisition of the Peoples Natural Gas Companies January 16, 2020 HARRISBURG – The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission (PUC) today approved a settlement regarding a joint application by Aqua America, Inc, and its subsidiaries, Aqua Pennsylvania, Inc. and Aqua Pennsylvania Wastewater, Inc. (collectively, Aqua), together with Peoples Natural Gas Company LLC, Peoples Natural Gas Company LLC – Equitable Division, and Peoples Gas Company LLC (collectively, the Peoples Companies), for Aqua America to acquire ownership of the Peoples Companies. The Commission voted 4-1 to approve a motion from Vice Chairman David W. Sweet, approving the Joint Petition for Settlement, with Commissioner Place dissenting. The settlement includes commitments regarding infrastructure replacement, employment levels, rate credits, and enhancements in a variety of areas, including customer service and reliability, universal service, financial governance, and retail competition. Numerous parties voiced their support for the settlement, including Aqua; the Peoples Companies; the Pennsylvania the Office of Consumer Advocate (OCA); the Coalition of Affordable Utility Service and Energy Efficiency in Pennsylvania (CAUSE-PA); Direct Energy Business Marketing, LLC and Direct Energy Small Business Marketing, LLC (collectively, Direct Energy); various the Natural Gas Supplier Parties and the Retail Energy Supply Association (NGS/RESA); the Pennsylvania Independent Oil and Gas Association (PIOGA), Laborers’ District Council of Western Pennsylvania; and Utilities Workers Union of America, Local 612. Aqua America and its subsidiaries provide water and/or wastewater service to approximately three million customers in Pennsylvania, Ohio, North Carolina, Illinois, Texas, New Jersey, Indiana, and Virginia – including services to over 430,000 customers across thirty-two counties in Pennsylvania. The Peoples companies provide natural gas services to approximately 680,000 Pennsylvania customers in all or portions of Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Blair, Butler, Cambria, Clarion, Clearfield, Fayette, Greene, Indiana, Jefferson, Lawrence, Mercer, Somerset, Venango, Washington, and Westmoreland counties. According to the joint application filed by Aqua and the Peoples Companies, the transaction has a purchase price of $4.275 billion
  3. Umm..the Rockton Fire Hall is right off the Curves of Rt 322. 🤓
  4. DEP Issues $1.95 Million Penalty to Sunoco Over Violations at Raystown Lake Orders Sunoco to Spend an Additional $1.15 Million on Fish Habitat Rehabilitation Harrisburg, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) today announced that it has issued a $1.95 million civil penalty to Sunoco Pipeline for violations resulting from construction activities on the Mariner East 2 pipeline project at Raystown Lake in Penn Township, Huntingdon County. “Sunoco’s drilling activities resulted in the release of drilling fluids to the bottom of Raystown Lake. In numerous cases, the company failed to immediately report those releases,” said DEP Secretary Patrick McDonnell. “In addition to a financial penalty, we are also ordering Sunoco to undertake a number of environmental projects to improve the aquatic habitat in Raystown Lake.” DEP discovered that between April and December 2017, Sunoco failed to immediately report losses of circulation comprising of 3 million gallons of drilling fluid during horizontal directional drilling (HDD) activities. As a result, more than 208,000 gallons of drilling fluids surfaced as an inadvertent return covering approximately 8 acres of the lake bottom. Unauthorized discharges of drilling fluids violate the state’s Clean Streams Law and Dam Safety and Encroachments Act. Sunoco’s permits require the company to immediately report losses of circulation. As noted in the Consent Order and Agreement (COA) between DEP and Sunoco, the penalty will go to Pennsylvania’s Clean Water Fund and Dams and Encroachments Fund. In addition, with the approval of the United States Army Corps of Engineers, Sunoco must undertake measures to improve the aquatic health of Raystown Lake. Specifically, Sunoco must implement a fish habitat improvement plan, with a minimum monetary value of $1.15 million, to enhance conditions for the fish community in the lake. Additionally, Sunoco must implement an invasive aquatic vegetation control plan to treat 110 acres of Raystown Lake for invasive plant species. Failure to comply with the COA could result in additional penalties of $1,000 a day per violation, and any future additional inadvertent returns or losses of circulation could result in additional penalties of $5,000 per day per inadvertent return or loss of circulation
  5. Thank you, to everyone who has followed along with Faith Marie’s journey to reach a year old!! The majority of us learned what Trisomy 18 is. We also learned that “Trisomy 18 is a Diagnosis, Not a Prognosis.” We have no idea what the future holds, we will go day by day. Everything is in God’s Hands, His plans & His time. 🙏🏻💜🙏🏻
  6. Elk County Catholic School System to close St. Boniface School in Kersey, Pa. LOCAL NEWS Posted: Jan 15, 2020 / 08:15 PM EST / Updated: Jan 15, 2020 / 08:16 PM EST Elk County Catholic School system has announced that St. Boniface School in Kersey, Pennsylvania will be closing at the end of the 2019/2020 school year, this according to a news release from the Elk County Catholic School System. The school was founded back in 1885. St. Boniface school operates pre-k through grade five. Currently, 28 children are enrolled in grades kindergarten through grade five. That number was expected to fall further next year. According to the news release, as recently as 2011, there were 70 children enrolled. The ECCSS board of directors voted unanimously to recommend closure of St. Boniface to the Diocese of Erie. Officials, including Bishop Lawrence Persico, approved the recommendation on Tuesday. Officials with the ECCSS will work closely with the families affected by the closure to discuss their options moving forward Elk County Catholic School system has announced that St. Boniface School in Kersey, Pennsylvania will be closing at the end of the 2019/2020 school year, this according to a news release from the Elk County Catholic School System. The school was founded back in 1885.St. Boniface school operates pre-k through grade five. Currently, 28 children are enrolled in grades kindergarten through grade five. That number was expected to fall further next year. According to the news release, as recently as 2011, there were 70 children enrolled The ECCSS board of directors voted unanimously to recommend closure of St. Boniface to the Diocese of Erie. Officials, including Bishop Lawrence Persico, approved the recommendation on Tuesday.
  7. I hope you all saw her pic on POTD!!
  8. The shirt says - For This Little Girl We Have Prayed
  9. What is the black flag for?
  10. I hope none of you are sitting on the throne waiting for your toilet paper to show up soon. You’ll be there a while....hope you have plenty of reading material 😜😋🧐 Truck Hauling Toilet Paper Burns On I-80 W Overnight Lawrence Township Volunteer Fire Company #1 3 hrs · This morning around 00:30 company 5 was dispatched for a large commercial vehicle fire on Interstate 80 at the 110mm west. Dispatch received numerous 911 calls reporting the truck to be on fire. Chief 5 arrived first and confirmed the report requesting an additional tanker and attack unit due to the fire spreading into the woods. It was determined the truck was hauling toilet paper and the driver escaped without injury. Units operating were Attack 41 Tanker 41 both Tanker and Engine tanker 40 and Attack 40. PennDot and PSP assisted with traffic control
  11. Truck Hauling Toilet Paper Burns On I-80 W Overnight Lawrence Township Volunteer Fire Company #1 3 hrs · This morning around 00:30 company 5 was dispatched for a large commercial vehicle fire on Interstate 80 at the 110mm west. Dispatch received numerous 911 calls reporting the truck to be on fire. Chief 5 arrived first and confirmed the report requesting an additional tanker and attack unit due to the fire spreading into the woods. It was determined the truck was hauling toilet paper and the driver escaped without injury. Units operating were Attack 41 Tanker 41 both Tanker and Engine tanker 40 and Attack 40. PennDot and PSP assisted with traffic control.
  12. Happy 1st birthday Faith Marie!!
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