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Municipal News

By Miranda Startare

New Eagle Borough Council has added two new members because of recent resignations. Council appointed Bret Boyd and George Tirpak at the August 7 monthly meeting, filling the vacancies left by the resignations of council Vice President Saundra Bobnar and council member Jason Schmid. The two new members were sworn in at the meeting and immediately assumed their roles as council members.

In other business, Council announced that the borough President Jack Fine was given the Carol Sambol Award for his years of service to the borough. The award is given to mayors, council members, secretaries, managers, and treasurers who have completed 25 or more years of borough service.

New Eagle Community Action Group (NECAG) also announced at the meeting that they will be holding a flea market/vendor/food/crafter event on Saturday, September 22 at the Tubby Hall in New Eagle. For information on reservations or questions, residents are asked to text Kim at 724-963-3489 and leave a name and phone number.

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