Browsing: Parkesburg Government

The bills presented and approved by Parkesburg Borough Council Monday evening: February 2012 Parkesburg Borough Bills  


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Informal notes from last night’s Borough Council meetings, including misquotes and misspellings. Roll call – All present except Sharon Wolf (arrived late).  John Hagan also not present Agenda Review – Agenda approved with no changes Review


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This update on a $375,000 grant to restore Little Buck Run from this morning’s Daily Local News. Little Buck Run is the stream that flows through Parkesburg. The headwaters of Little Buck Run are located in


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The Daily Local News Tuesday ran a story on Borough Council’s vote Monday night to raise takes to 10 Mills, a 25% increase that includes nearly 1/2 mill of dedicated fire company funding. The Money Quote


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Even Santa Claus took it on the chin at last night’s Borough Council meeting.  Not to fear though as Jack Norton road to the jolly man’s rescue ensuring Santa’s Christmas Eve tour of Parkesburg will continue.


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Editor’s Note:  As stated earlier this morning, I was not in town for last night’s important council meeting.  My thanks go out to Chuck Vail, who’s account I posted earlier this morning, and now Leslie Ely


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Editor Note:  I was unable to attend Monday’s meeting due to a prior commitment so I appreciate Chuck Vail’s assessment of the proceedings as council reorganized and discussed the Borough’s budget and priorities.   By Chuck Vail


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By David Jones Parkesburg Borough Council holds their bi-annual “reorganization” meeting on Tuesday, January 3rd.  This is where Council officers are elected for the coming year.  It is also the time when council can reopen and


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Editor’s note: Due to business travel, I was unable to attend last night’s meeting.  Former council president David Jones did attend and provides this summary of what happened. By David Jones Council passed a new budget


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Touting his record of leadership, coalition building and getting results to benefit our community and our economy, Joshua Young announced his candidacy for the State Legislature this past weekend. Young, who bills himself as a pragmatic


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