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Town Highway Garage 9-22-2012- to 1-27-2014

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January 27,2014
         The new metal building is now enclosed.   
The past year has meant considerable time and effort on the part of many town officials and the construction company to accomplish this project.     Good job!!!

Mark Stocum  Town of Lindley Highway Superintendent
Gerald Simcoe Town of Lindley Supervisor




Calling All West High School Alumni

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As proud parents of  4 West High*Graduates, I have been asked to post the following announcement More information available from Laurie Nelson or Donna P. Marmuscak at West High or on link at end of this.   Gone but not forgotten !!!!!!!!!! * In  9/2014  West High will become  a middle School.
by CPP Schools
December 4, 2013
End of an EraCelebrate the Last Year of West High! End of an Era Alumni Event When
Saturday, Feb. 8th 2014 at 6-8pm Where
35 Victory Highway                           Calling all West High Alumni!
Come and celebrate the past of WHS, as we move into the future.


Reconnect and reminisce with friends and former classmates, while enjoying appetizers, music and tours.


"Come relive days of Viking lore
Before West High School is no more."
Let Us Know You're Coming! RSVP ASAP! Please click the link below to RSVP to t…

Highway Garage 1-13-2014 Report

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January Thaw aids in building construction

Down Memory Lane

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Changes in the weather are always a good topic of conversation -especially when talking to an older generation. In 1920, Uri Mulford-descendant of one of the first families in Lindley  wrote a book on Corning and Vicinity. The latter part of the book contains excerpts of news items in the local newspaper  the  CORNING JOURNAL from 1851 to 1920. The following are a few notes taken from Uri's book Pg.201 April 27,1851  2 feet of snow during the day and night. April 30th , 1857  The melting of the snow has raised the river and many lumber rafts are passing down stream . (Remember this was during the height of the lumbering business locally and rafts of lumber were used to take the logs to the Chesapeake Bay area. ( Kitty)  Pg. 231 Dec. 20th, 1868 Fifteen inches of snow fell on Friday and Saturday. Pg. 263 Saturday March 28,1873 The river flats were flooded. The highway bridge at Erwin Centre (now Presho) was washed away . All train service was abandoned for 24 hours. Pg 271 J…

Town Highway Garage Jan 5-2013 Jan 4- 2014

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