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Municipal News

By Miranda Startare 

New Eagle Borough Council held its monthly meeting on March 5 and discussed vandalism issues occurring at the Veterans’ Memorial due to skateboarders leaving marks on the site.

Those who are damaging the property, and their parents, can be held responsible for the damage, according to Council.

Another issue in the borough is occurring at the baseball field, where garbage is being dumped in barrels. The borough is investigating to find those people responsible for leaving the trash.

In other business:

  • New Eagle negotiated a 10-year contract with the Monongahela Police Department, extending the working relationship the borough has had with Monongahela since 1997.
  • Council made a motion to place a borough salt truck for bid that was purchased in 2008.

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