Reynoldsville Council names Vizza Citizen of the Month
Editor’s note: Reynlow Community News was unable to attend this meeting. The information provided came from a phone interview with borough secretary Jacquelyn Dixon.
Reynoldsville Borough Council met in regular session on March 16 at the Fire Hall.
Thomas Vizza was named the Citizen of the Month for February. He was honored for his 36-plus years as a teacher and principal in the DuBois Area School District and for his help in the community.
In the public comments portion, the question was asked about meeting advertisements. Borough Secretary Jacquelyn Dixon explained that the meeting dates were advertised on January 4 of this year. The work session is held on the first Monday of the month at 6 p.m. and the regular session is held on the third Wednesday of the month at 6 p.m. both at the Fire Hall.
If the Monday meeting is canceled, the next meeting is the regular session on the third Wednesday. If that meeting is canceled, the next meeting would be the first Monday. Any special session will be advertised.
Other comments centered on the ongoing legal procedure concerning Borough Police Officer Sergeant Tammy Murray’s reinstatement. Since this was a legal issue, the council could not comment.
At last month’s meeting, an ice and water problem on Yellow Brick Road was discussed. At this meeting, council was informed a pipe and culvert were bring installed to alleviate the problem.
The council also discussed the problem of garbage underneath the bleachers at the Falcons Football Field in the borough park. It then went into an executive session to discuss legal issues.