Monday, 02 May 2022 11:18

Bridge Open at 447 / Upper-Seese

Bridge open at 447 / Upper Seese (near Stonewall Gardens)

Weiler Abrasives (Cresco, Pennsylvania), a leading provider of abrasives, power brushes and maintenance products for surface conditioning, announces that Karl M. Weiler, former president, has received the John J. Buckley Lifetime Achievement Award from the Industrial Supply Association (ISA).

Pocono Record
Friends and family of Mike Bolock celebrate his 25-year career of owning and operating Bolock Funeral Home in Cresco.

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Author: Amanda Eustice (WNEP)
Published: 4:30 PM EDT April 20, 2022
Updated: 4:50 PM EDT April 20, 2022

CRESCO, Pa. — On the outside, the former Monsignor McHugh School in Paradise Township, near Cresco, still looks like a school. On the inside, it has been transformed into a new worship space: Most Holy Trinity.

Over the past couple of years, parishioners have come together to volunteer their time to help make the new worship space. Mike Ziobro of Canadensis is one of them.

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Krista Paolucci of Barrett Township believes the overturning of Roe v Wade will remove the power from lifelong federal appointees and return it to state legislators and, ultimately, the voters. "This is the most democratic way for our country to address a deeply contentious issue that has scarred the spirit of our nation for generations," she said.

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MOUNTAINHOME, PA - Krista Paolucci announced her candidacy for representative in the Pennsylvania General Assembly in the 115th district of Monroe County. The revised 115th district represents Barrett, Coolbaugh, Middle Smithfield, Paradise, Pocono, Price, Stroud Township 2, 4, 5, and the borough of Mt. Pocono.

Monday, 11 April 2022 13:29

To the Editor: Illegal Use of Dirt Bikes

To the Editor:

Once again the illegal use of dirt bikes and quads has begun on some of the township roads and residential properties in Barrett. Not only is this activity illegal, it is dangerous and very annoying to many township residents. These bikes are seen as one or in groups, recklessly driving, speeding, and using both sides of the road, with seemingly no regard for other vehicles or people. These bikes are extremely loud, especially when being driven as fast as they are. It seems unfair to a taxpaying property owner wanting to enjoy time outside, with dirt bikes racing around on the roads, as well as private properties in residential areas. Anyone else with any concerns or questions about this issue can refer to Barrett Township Ordinance # 164, which addresses this issue. This ordinance can be viewed online at the Barrett Township website, or a copy can be obtained at the township building on Rt. 390 in Mountainhome. This ordinance was adopted for the very reason this article is being written and can be legally enforced. It should also be noted that this is not to target property owners who use quads responsibly on their property to do work and chores. But it is not fair that this illegal activity should be allowed to continue to appease a few at the expense of everyone else. Thank you.

Monroe County woman reaches out to her Russian roots
A Russian-born woman living in Monroe County says she's disappointed with the way many in her home country are reacting to the war on Ukraine.

Author: Rose Itzcovitz (WNEP)

Published: 7:28 PM EDT April 1, 2022
Updated: 7:48 PM EDT April 1, 2022

CRESCO, Pa. — "This is when we just came," Svetlana Hanover explained, as she turned through her photo album. "It's literally the first day in the United States."

Wednesday, 30 March 2022 15:21

Standoff in the Poconos ends in arrest

Police allege 35-year-old Dereck Hayes of Cresco assaulted someone in the home and upon police arrival, refused to speak with them and barricaded ...

COOLBAUGH TWP., MONROE CO. (WOLF) — Pocono Regional Police were able to arrest a suspect after an hour-long standoff in Tobyhanna Sunday.

Officers were called to the scene for a domestic incident in the 2800 block of Fairhaven Drive in a Pocono Country Place Sunday morning around 7:45am.

PLEASE NOTE: The following text was electronically converted from the PDF document attached below, and may not be 100% accurate. Because of this, please view the PDF for the most accurate information.

PH-29450984 BARRETT TOWNSHIP MONROE COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA ANNUAL AUDIT AND FINANCIAL NEWSPAPER REPORT YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2021 ASSETS Cash & investments $ 1,010,660 Other assets 92,461 TOTAL ASSETS $ 1,103,121 LIABILITIES AND FUND EQUITY LIABILITIES $ 34,132 FUND EQUITY 1,068,989 TOTAL LIABILITIES AND FUND EQUITY $ 1,103,121 REVENUES Taxes $ 2,058,850 Licenses & permits 147,420 Fines & forfeits 6,954 Interest & rents 5,420 Intergovernmental 912,561 Charges for services 117,090 Total Revenues 3,248,295 Other Financing Sources 700 Total Revenues and Other Financing Sources 3,248,995 EXPENDITURES General government 295,667 Public safety and protective inspection 846,860 Highways, roads, streets 1,357,315 Culture and recreation 210,409 Debt service 44,884 Employer paid benefits and withholding items 252,173 Total Expenditures 3,007,308 Other Financing Uses 647 Total Expenditures and Other Financing Uses 3,007,955 REVENUES

PUBLIC NOTICE REGULAR MEETING SCHEDULE The Barrett Township Planning Commission will hold regular meetings in 2022 at the Barrett Township Municipal Building, 993 Route 390, Cresco, Pennsylvania 18326, on the first Wednesday of each month at 5:30 p.m., unless otherwise noted. Regular meetings are scheduled as follows: Apr 6, May 4, Jun 1, Jul 6, Aug 3, Sep 7, Oct 5, Nov 2, and Dec 7. If you require any special accommodations to attend or participate, please contact the Township at 570-595-2602 at least one business day in advance. WEITZMANN, WEITZMANN & HUFFMAN, LLC By: Deborah L. Huffman, Esq. 700 Monroe Street Stroudsburg, PA 18360 Barrett Township Planning Commission Solicitor P - March 22

Auditor General DeFoor Releases Audits of Volunteer Firefighters' Relief Associations in 26 Counties (source)

Barrett Township Firemen’s Relief Association - Monroe County - Audit Period January 1, 2018 to December 31, 2020
Finding: insufficient surety bond coverage.

View Audit Report Here