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Greencastle council briefs

April 04, 2001

Greencastle council briefs



GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Residents of the first block of Linden Avenue that runs south off East Baltimore Street will face some new parking restrictions following the Greencastle Borough Council's adoption Monday night of a new ordinance.

The new law bans parking on the left side of Linden Avenue from East Baltimore Street to the first alley. School buses coming up the street had to cut over the center line to make the turn onto East Baltimore Street because of parked cars on the left side, council members said.

The new parking restrictions will allow the borough to move the center line to give school buses more room.




GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Among the 177 incidents investigated by the Greencastle Police Department in March was one that could have sent a panic through Greencastle-Antrim Elementary School.

Borough Police Chief Terry Sanders said school officials received a report that the mother of three children in the school had threatened to come to the building, kill her three children, then kill herself.

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Sanders said the threat never materialized and the woman never entered the school.

He said state police and a child welfare agency handled the case.

The monthly report also included four drug arrests, four DUIs, 77 citations and 11 school-related incidents, Sanders said.

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