Getting the facts straight
Recently my husband, Kris Jarmann, and I were talking about a major transition in our lives, our move from Milford, PA to Wilton Manors, FL. It is bittersweet, as we are leaving a community and an organization, TriVersity, that we love.
We need redistricting reform in Pennsylvania. Current Pennsylvania law puts state legislators in charge of redistricting—the process of redrawing voting districts, which happens every 10 years to reflect population changes. (It happens next after the 2020 census.)
St. Francis deSales cemetery has a new grounds crew. This summer, St. Paul’s parish is using a local herd of sheep to maintain the grass in its historic cemetery in French Woods, NY, a community about five miles north of Long Eddy.
A rational human being might assume that the first priority of a pharmaceutical company would be to create drugs that help people be healthy.
Will justice be served in Mamakating?
The Sullivan County legislature thinks that you are stupid. That’s right, stupid. There is no other possible explanation to justify their actions, since Millennium Pipeline announced its intention to put a 22,400 hp compressor in the Town of Highland on property formerly owned by the Eldred Preserve.
(“Peace and Justice Files” columnist Skip Mendler left the United States on January 19, and is headed toward the Eastern Mediterranean to help with refugee assistance. He’s making a few stops along the way.)
The Flexible Flow Management Plan (FFMP), which dates from 2007, expired on May 31 because New Jersey, one of the five so-called decree parties covered by a Supreme Court decree in 1954, refused to extend it for another year.