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Municipal News

By Miranda Startare

New Eagle Borough Council held its first regular meeting of the new year on Tuesday, Jan. 6, with a brief session and short agenda.

New Eagle resident Mark Alberta of 133 Fifth Avenue addressed Council, inquiring if a request from another borough resident had been approved concerning the plowing of Alberta's driveway portion of Fifth Ave. to be credited towards the requesting resident's court-ordered community service.

Council advised Alberta that the request from the other resident had not been approved since no approval from the court had been received to date.

In other business, Council received a letter dated December 31, 2014 from Council member Archie Caseber, applying for a seat on New Eagle's Sewer Authority when one is available. With a seat on the authority currently available, Council appointed Caseber to the position for a term of five years.

Regular monthly meetings are held at the New Eagle Borough Building at 157 Main Street the first Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. Residents are invited to attend, and anyone wishing to address the Council is asked to sign in at the beginning of the meeting.

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