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Date: May 26, 2016

  • Todd Weimer named new EWCTC administrative director
  • DA’s Cheryl Walters appointed as EWCTC superintendent of record
  • DTMA to provide donation to pay for fence
  • GL relay teams lead Wildcats into state track meet
  • Lady Wildcats falter late in semifinal loss to Baldwin



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Judge denies Clair Fink’s request to drop murder charge
By Dan Scifo
Bulletin Staff Writer

The Eastern Westmoreland Career and Technology Center (EWCTC) Joint Operating Committee (JOC) didn’t have to look far to find the school’s next administrative director.

JOC members, by a 6-0 margin, unanimously voted during Wednesday’s regular meeting to employ current principal Todd Weimer as administrative director, effective July 1, at a salary of $102,500 along with all applicable fringe benefits as presented in the compensation plan.

(For more details, see today's Bulletin)


DA’s Cheryl Walters appointed as EWCTC superintendent of record
By Dan Scifo
Bulletin Staff Writer

The Eastern Westmoreland Career and Technology Center’s (EWCTC) Joint Operating Committee (JOC) voted Wednesday to appoint Cheryl Walters, superintendent of the Derry Area School District, to the position of superintendent of record at a salary of $4,000 for a two-year term beginning July 1.

Walters takes over for Greater Latrobe superintendent Judith Swigart, who held the position the previous two years.

(For more details, see today's Bulletin)


DTMA to provide donation to pay for fence
By Nick Cammuso
Bulletin Staff Writer

The Derry Township Municipal Authority (DTMA) on Wednesday agreed to donate funds to replace a fence at the New Derry ball field, a move aimed at addressing an issue with the state regarding right of way.

Authority manager Carol Henderson said that during the 2003 McGee Run project, a force main pipe went through the area and as part of acquiring the right of way, the municipal authority board at the time agreed to replace the fence. Pennsylvania Department of Transportation officials said the fence sits within a 50-foot right of way of the road way and is requiring the structure to be moved.

(For more details, see today's Bulletin)

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