Monday, November 21, 2005

Sleep like a hobo in Titusville

Yikes! 11 days since a post? My face is red.
Want to spend the night like a real live hobo? Apparently Rep Peterson and the good people of Titusville think you do. "A total of $100,000 has been earmarked for the Oil Creek and Titusville Railroad (OC&T) to be used for its caboose motel at the Perry Street Station in Titusville....the recently approved appropriations bill funding the U.S. Department of Transportation, the Treasury and Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for 2006 contains funding for the caboose work . . ."

Additional arts related monies include:

$200,000 to winterize the Sawmill Center for the Arts facility in Cook Forest State Park, including funding that will be used to provide heating and air condition [sic] to allow for year-round use.

$200,000 for the Pennsylvania Lumber Museum in Galeton, Potter County. Funds will be used to support a 10,000 square foot expansion to the museum's visitor center, helping to preserve and interpret the colorful heritage of the Commonwealth's prosperous lumber era.

Huzzah for pork!

It's hard to go wrong with a Medville Trib story slugged with "Area artist’s zombie comics draw accolades"

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