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Clay Avenue block gets property tax exoneration

| Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2006

The Jeannette School Board approved a request Monday by City Council and the Jeannette Redevelopment Authority to exonerate the 700 block of Clay Avenue from 2006 property taxes.

The city purchased all the buildings and is preparing the site for commercial development.

The board reinstated the position of assistant wrestling coach, which had been eliminated at the beginning of the 2006-07 fiscal year. Michael Deni was hired at a salary of $1,300. The board adjusted the salary of Charlie Cook, head wrestling coach, to $3,040.

WTAE-TV Sports will present varsity quarterback Terrelle Pryor with the Student Athlete of the Week award Thursday during a special presentation at the high school.

The school district will host a dinner Nov. 30 to honor faculty and staff and celebrate McKee Elementary School's No Child Left Behind Blue Ribbon School Award.

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