Walhalla leaders react to Seneca request

January 9, 2013

A report by the utilities superintendent, a day after being elected chair of the Joint Regional Sewer Authority, was one of the top matters before the mayor and council, at their regular meeting of department committees. Scott Parris wanted to let the elected leaders know that neighboring Seneca seeks additional seats on the JRSA. Utilities…

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Seneca department needs

January 9, 2013

In a meeting unprecedented for Seneca, city department heads, one after the one, stood before the mayor and council and relayed their greatest needs to ensure top quality services to the public for as long as the next 25 years. City Administrator Greg Dietterick orchestrated last night’s meeting at the former Kellett Elementary School, a…

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Water trouble at Timberline Ridge

January 9, 2013

Walhalla’s utilities superintendent received the go-ahead last night to spend up to $2,500 on tests to determine what’s wrong with the water on a dead end street. Two Timberline Ridge residents complained to the mayor and council they’ve been forced to buy bottled water for drinking purposes and have contracted health problems from their shower…

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Sinkhole UPDATE

January 8, 2013

After a contractor mobilizes equipment tonight, crews go to work tomorrow to fix a sinkhole in Westminster. City utility crews today worked to isolate the washout that collapsed a small part of the Windsor Street pavement. What caused this? City Administrator David Smith, “I think you can chalk it up to aging infrastructure.”  

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Special night at Walhalla High

January 8, 2013

On the night of January 22 at Walhalla High, the focus will be on the first year of high school. The annual Freshmen Focus Parent Night for rising 9th graders will take place at 6 o’clock, featuring a meal in the cafeteria. Rising freshmen and their parents have the chance to meet administrators, faculty class…

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What’s spent on classroom instruction?

January 8, 2013

From a budget that exceeded $100 million, Oconee public schools spent nearly $61 million on instruction. A breakdown of expenditures from the school district’s FY 2012 audit report shows 54% was spent on face-to-face teaching, which covers the costs of teachers, substitutes, and instructional assistants. During the school year that ended last June, the district…

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