2018-05-10 / Front Page

Boro To Bring Back Ordinance Enforcement

By Cassidy Pittman

Following a brief discussion, McConnellsburg Borough Council last Wednesday approved the return of an enforcement agency to ensure that residents follow borough ordinances. An exact date was not given as to when an officer would return.

Also at their monthly meeting last week, council members said they are planning to take bids for the painting of exterior window trim and doors at the Fulton House. The job will include prepping, priming, and painting. Council will release the opening date for bids in The Fulton County News.

Council received notification that in 2021 PennDOT will be making improvements to Route 16 that will include road repair, new signs, etc.

During regular business, council members approved checks amounting to $23,920.63, with revenue for the same period at $18,599.02, leaving a May 1 balance of $54,147.30.

Council members present at the May 2 meeting were President Rick Buterbaugh, Pat Booth, Adam Gress, Dave Washabaugh IV, Travis Bard, secretary Jack Fields, Mayor Michael Chilcote and Dan Adams.

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