Tuesday, August 11, 2020
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Tuesday, August 11, 2020
88.8 F

Economy Borough General Meeting 2-11-2020

[01:40] Pension Update – Bill Vescio

[06:20] Public Comment

Karen: Act 14 notices and why the borough is not more organized with them.

Mclellan: Upset that heavy tractor trailer trucks are heading up and down the street he lives on.

Laurel: Wants more clarity when it comes to gas and oil pads. Offered her team’s help to organize ACT 14 letters and other associated paperwork.

Cheryl: Expressed her concerns that not everything happening in the borough, as far as new construction, is being shared with the public.

Mayor Response [22:00]

Casey (Penn Energy) [24:15]

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