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Municipal News

By Miranda Startare

New Eagle Borough Council informed residents at the March 6 borough meeting that their crews will be working to repair a road that was flooded and essentially washed away during a February rain.

A resident of Walnut Street, where the flooding occurred, has been walking to his home from a nearby area because of the inaccessibility of his driveway.
Council will also work with crews to resolve a drainage issue on a Center Avenue resident’s property.

In other business:
• New Eagle Borough hired Outside The Box I.T., of Monongahela, to manage informational technology services for the borough, including the borough office computer and tax files, at a rate of $2,128 a year.
• Monongahela Police Officer Rocky Henson encouraged citizens to contact the police with any information about drug activity as the department continues its work in fighting the heroin epidemic.
• Mayor Chaz Fine thanked the New Eagle Fire Department for their help in removing mud and debris from the roads following the February rain that damaged parts of New Eagle.

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