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Municipal News

By Miranda Startare

Carroll Township resident, Ralph Conte, asked for an update from the supervisors at the August 7 monthly meeting on a flooding issue he discussed at the July meeting.

Mr. Conte says his yard on Driftwood Drive is being flooded from rainwater jumping the curb onto his property. He claims that a paving project about five years ago has left the road with a smaller curb that allows rainwater to flow onto his property and that poor road design has further directed the water towards his house. Mr. Conte asked the supervisors to install two drains to try to alleviate the flooding. The Board informed Mr. Conte that they will decide if drains would solve the flooding issue and where any drains should be installed.

In other business, the Board informed residents that violation letters relating to grass, weeds, and junk cars are being issued. Residents are advised to not ignore the letters, as residents will be cited.

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