Borough council meets in work session
Reynoldsville Borough Council held a brief meeting on May 5 at the borough building.
A resident from Worth Street asked for financial help from the borough after she had to remove to pine trees from an adjacent alley which threatened her trailer. The ally is what is called a “paper alley” since it exists only on paper and was neither opened nor closed in the past twenty years.
Council said they would discuss the request with the borough solicitor.
The council also added a fourth day to Code Enforcement Officer Nichole Walk’s schedule for the months of May, June, July, and August to give her more hours to do her work. In September it will go back to three days.
Council also discussed the possibility of painting the sidewalk rails on East Main Street from 7th to 10th Street.
The next council meeting will be held on May 25 at 6 p.m. at the fire hall. It would have been held on the May 18 but that’s Election Day so it was moved to the following week.