Date: April 15, 2007

New rules top today's news. It's been reported that the creek, erroneously known as Tinkle Creek by PCR employees, has been used as a relief stop for quite some time. The creek is actually named Beaver Run, which is a tributary to the Beaver Run Reservoir.

After receiving numerous complaints about strange odors and growths, the Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission traced the pollutants up Beaver Run to a point were it crosses under the PCR tracks. After being notified, Guss Grump,
PCR CEO, called a special meeting. After months of interviews and meetings, a set of rules were approved as an addendum to the PCR rule book.

Rule; No PCR employee is permitted to defecate, urinate, or excrete any body fluids or matter into Beaver Run. PCR employees shall not use Beaver Run for the discard of any trash or waste of any kind. Disciplinary action shall be limited to an employees pay for a one week period being withheld.

Rule; No PCR employee is permitted on the roof walk of any railcar on the PCR, without first having permission from the PCR dispatcher.

This month's operating session is this Friday, April 20th, starting around 7:00pm. Hope to see you there.