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County Employees Vote To Unionize
Montgomery County employees voted 139-57 in favor of forming a union Thursday. (Lansdale PA Reporter)

Protesters Call Pennhurst Plan “Disrespectful”
Calling the plan to create a haunted attraction at the former Pennhurst State School and Hospital “disrespectful,” about 100 people gathered Friday in protest with the hope of sending a message to the landowner and attraction organizers. (Phoenixville PA Phoenix)

Limerick 2 Reactor Power Slips To 73 Pct
Exelon Corp’s 1,134-megawatt Limerick 2 nuclear reactor in Pennyslvania was at 73 percent power early Friday, down from full power on Thursday, the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission said in its power reactor status report. (Xe.com)

Wells Fargo Drops Fees On Gift Cards
Wells Fargo & Co. — the Philadelphia area’s largest bank through its ownership of Wachovia — said it has eliminated monthly service fees and the expiration of funds loaded on Wells and Wachovia Visa gift cards. (Philadelphia Business Journal)

GVF Wins Awards At International Trade Show
The Greater Valley Forge Transportation Management Association won the prestigious 2010 Outstanding Transportation Management Association (TMA) of the Year Award by the Association of Commuter Transportation (ACT) last week at its International Conference in Palm Springs CA. (GVFTMA)

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