20090610-24Hours100px-ZlomekThe Limerick Post scanned available news feeds during recent days and found these stories of local interest.

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The growing appetite for green initiatives (Philadelphia PA Inquirer)
A Royersford PA farm, Two Particular Acres, turns food waste into healthy soil with a little bit of alchemy.

A bankrupt airline ruined my honeymoon (ConsumerTraveler.com)
A Phoenixville PA couple finds out that a guaranteed reservation isn’t, if the airline goes belly-up.

Montco distributing pills to nuke plant neighbors (WhatsThe422.com)
The Montgomery County Health Department will offer potassium iodide (KI) tablets next week to anyone who lives or works within 10 miles of the Limerick nuclear power plant. Potassium iodide, if taken promptly, can reduce the risk of thyroid cancers and other diseases in the event of an accidental release of radioactive materials at the plant.

Lakeside Inn generates 28 complaints to Limerick PD (WhatsThe422.com)
Limerick Police Chief William Albany says his department is working with county detectives to determine if The Lakeside Inn’s abrupt closing was the result of “just bad business practices or any intent to take people’s money.”

Royersford to file suit against Unitech (Spring-Ford PA Reporter)
Royersford Borough Council decided to file suit against Unitech for a claim of $357,000 for a sludge cleanup at the borough’s sewer plant.

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