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Municipal News

By Miranda Startare

New Eagle Borough Council held its annual reorganizational meeting on January 6, followed by its regular monthly meeting.

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Swearing in of New Eagle Borough Council: Solicitor Timothy Berggren, Saundra Bobnar, Tanya Chaney, and Barry Williams.

Mayor Charles “Chas” Fine, President Jack Fine, and Councilman Barry Williams retained their posts, and two new member were added: Vice President Saundra Bobnar and President Pro Temp Tanya Chaney.

Other appointments included Saundra Bobnar (Sewage Board), Paul Pro (Fire Chief), and Bill Pierce (Vacancy Board). Council announced that a new council member will be added next month.

Council also announced that monthly meetings will be held on the second Tuesday of the month at 7:00 pm at the borough building.

In other business, Council discussed resident Sharon Dejeet who is experiencing a problem with geese at her home on Keenan Road. The resident sought assistance from the Game Commission, who recommended obtaining permission for a licensed person to use firearms in the borough to resolve the issue. Council decided to pursue non-lethal means of correcting the geese problem before resorting to other means.




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