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Mac February 3, 2013 at 05:50 pm
Smaller is in and excess is out.
Ann February 3, 2013 at 06:21 pm
Although, in this economy, the group is small, there are still people who can afford and desireRead More these homes. In regard to excess being out, I don't agree. The love affair with these stupid Kardashian losers is proof that it's alive and well!
Marie King August 3, 2012 at 03:18 am
My friend's husband was moved to Lewisburg several years ago, they have since moved. They bought aRead More house there and she proceeded to look for a job. After she had the job ,she found that anyone over 18 and under 65, had to pay $1,500.00 to the town to help with the school tax. This helped the senior citizens who were on fixed incomes. There are so many people don't buy a house, because they don't want the taxes. I had someone mention to me if they passed this fee on to landlords for each rental unit, they could pass this on in the rent to tenants that don't pay the taxes and resolve that problem.
THOMAS P. TRINKLE August 3, 2012 at 07:54 am
In Pa. can a city tax individuals to pay school taxes? ASD is overloaded with over 40% of theRead More families of children in school paying no taxes for education. Many of these are non-native English speakers. Poverty stricken and on welfare. I just can't imagine every citizen 18 - 65 paying 1,500 dollars to help senior citizens pay taxes for education.
Rosemary B August 3, 2012 at 12:07 pm
The tenants pay the landlords rent who pay the real estate tax on the property the tenant lives in.Read More In effect, they are paying tax, it is just part of their rent
Judy June 30, 2012 at 08:53 am
Have not seen the Pigs fireworks yet this year. We'll see after the 4th. Nazareth always has one ofRead More the best fireworks display.
Ron July 6, 2012 at 11:25 pm
Iv'e seem Bewthleham,. Allentown, Quakertown, and Nazaeth days. Quakertown is far and away the bestRead More of them....It's about the same time but its bigger in the sky and louder!!!!
Susan Brown July 7, 2012 at 12:52 am
Bethlehem at Sand Island. Viewed from the top of Atlantic Street on Bethlehem's south side.Read More Spectacular.
tanya May 22, 2012 at 01:35 pm
I have a swampy corner in my yard. Thanks to your helpful article, I now know what to do with it!Read More Best, Tanya
Jennifer Marangos (Editor) May 22, 2012 at 02:07 pm
I, too, have a bit of a bog in my yard. I am going to be taking these tips to heart too. With allRead More the rain we've had the last couple of days, might be the perfect time to head out with the shovel.
Amy Carber May 30, 2012 at 01:15 pm
Thanks Louise. Great advice. If you are interested in any boxwoods or spruce trees for yourRead More landscape. Please contact us at Carber's Nursery- 610-838-1133. Thank you, Amy Carber.
Beth June 1, 2012 at 12:18 am
Yes, thank you for the tips. I might also add that it's best to water in the morning before the sunRead More hits whatever your are watering. Once the sun hits it, the plant tries to preserve whatever moisture it has and isn't as able to take in much other moisture, so it's pretty much a waste of water (and time). Watering at night can create problems too...extra moisture on the plant can breed different fungi and mold-as can wood mulch too.
Janet Persing August 21, 2012 at 07:16 pm
Louise, we are Water Harvesters in Lower Mac. Twnship., in a subdivision. We have, for the last 10Read More years, collected rainwater in a barrel system which we use on our organic veggie garden. It's producing for 3 seasons, and that's what we eat. In this recent near-drought, I was supplementing flowerbed plants and perennials by bailing dishwater and rinse-water from veggies. Amazing what you can flush down the sink--1 load of dishes is about 10 gals.; 1 colander full of beans, rinsed, is about 2.5 gals. We are extremely into water conservation, and would welcome comments at savingwater@hotmail.com. Being mindful of this very precious resource, which cannot be replaced, is the key and we are trying to spread the word.
Sree September 22, 2012 at 10:41 am
Making a serious run for public office is no easy chore. The formal requirements are only theRead More beginning; getting elected is the hard part. But you do need to meet the formal requirements, which are considerable. If you are running for state office in Colorado, you can find out what those requirements are from the Colorado Secretary of State, Elections Division. Thanks a lot. http://www.statisticalanalysis.biz/creating-a-dataset-for-statistical-analysis/ | datasets for statistical analysis