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Municipal News

By Miranda Startare

New Eagle Borough Council approved the request to update lighting at the sewage plant garage at the May 2 council meeting.  

The borough currently purchases the bulbs at a cost of $180 per bulb and replaces the bulbs yearly.  The LED bulbs will cost $80 per bulb and will cost less to operate.  The lighting will also be brighter, according to plant representatives.  Council approved the purchase of 30 bulbs at a cost of $2,400.

Also at the meeting, Council announced the lease of Jimmy Rice Memorial Ballfield by Ringgold Youth Athletic Association is pending receipt of the insurance binder and specifications for a shed to be erected at the field by the association for the storage of a tractor.  The field will be open to the public on non-game days, and the athletic association will maintain the field and pay utilities.

In other business:

  • Electronic waste collection will be held at the Social Hall on June 17, 8 a.m. – 1 p.m.  There will be a small fee for cap tube televisions.
  • Council accepted the resignation of BJ Tempest from the position of Working Foreman.

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