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Municipal News

By Miranda Startare

New Eagle Borough Council announced at the April 2 monthly meeting that they will be increasing police surveillance in the borough at night due to issues with kids roaming around and vandalism. Additional lighting will also be installed at the borough playground.

There has been vandalism at the war memorial due to skateboarding and dozens of cars were vandalized recently. The areas by the war memorial and ballfield will be of particular focus in the increased surveillance.

Parents and children are reminded that curfew is 10 pm on school days and that police will be patrolling the areas.

Also at the meeting, Council announced the resignation of Public Works Foreman, Jim Schmid, effective April 4. Council also announced the date of June 1 for the popular ‘Fleatique on the Mon’.

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