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HELLERTOWN: Volunteers to begin work on town square fountain

Thursday, May 2, 2013 by MARK RECCEK Special to the Bethlehem Press in Local News

According to Hellertown resident Joe Delfoe, water will soon begin to flow from the fountain located in the town square.

Delfoe told borough council at the April 1 meeting he expected to begin the fountain restoration project the second week of April. The fountain is located in Detwiller Plaza.

"I do have volunteers who came forward," Delfoe said. "In three weeks we should have water flowing."

Last November, Delfoe approached council members and informed them an unnamed individual donated funds to reactivate the fountain.

BETHLEHEM AUTHORITY: Careful control advances are made

Thursday, May 2, 2013 by NATE JASTRZEMSKI in Local News

City Authority President Vaughn Gower said at the April 11 meeting the yearslong investigation regarding conversion to an operating authority outside strict city council control is still a yearslong investigation.

Gower said there have recently been a number of workshops but nothing definitive has resulted. The approach, members agreed, is methodical.

Later, Executive Director Stephen Repasch happily announced the wind agreement is now complete and the two sensor towers are soon to be erected.

PEOPLE

Thursday, May 2, 2013 by The Press in Local News

City resident recognized

David Corvino of Bethlehem, a freshman business administration major, was acknowledged by Lebanon Valley College for making an impact on the campus as a new student. He was included in the Celebration of Student Success reception Feb. 21 in the Mund College Center.

Bethlehem woman presents findings

NORTHAMPTON COUNTY: Bridge repair work to begin

Thursday, May 2, 2013 by CAROL SMITH Special to the Bethlehem Press in Local News

Northampton County Council approved two bridge repair projects and the expansion of the Emergency Operations Center at its April 18 meeting.

Northampton County's bridges receive between a "C-minus" to a "B-plus" grade as compared with the state's bridges which rated a "C" when evaluated for safety, according to an engineering study conducted last year.