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Municipal News

By J.R. Brower

Representatives of the local Pennsylvania Equine Council were granted permission by the Nottingham Township Board of Supervisors to use the municipal building for a meeting on Saturday, March 15. The all-day meeting with workshops, which will begin at 7:30 a.m., will be open to the general public, and will be attended by area equine group members interested in improving the horse riding trails in Mingo Park.


By Miranda Startare

Ice and road salt were the focus of much of the Feb. 3rd New Eagle Council Meeting. With a cold and messy winter still dragging on, Council commended the street department for doing such a great job. Council assured residents that salt supplies are continually being replenished, and a plentiful 800 tons of salt will be ordered for next season.


By Jill Brown

On February 12 at the Donora Borough building, residents braved the bitter cold weather to hear the agenda that evening.


By Miranda Startare

Carroll Twp. resident and champion of residential concerns, Maya Patch, addressed the Board of Supervisors at the Feb. 3rd monthly meeting concerning a decades-long problem property near her home.


By Michelle Taylor

Elizabeth Twp. holds their Council meetings at the municipal building at 7 p.m. on the first and third Monday of every month. Some updates from January's meetings include the following:






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