July 23, 2014
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At the July 17th meeting of the New Milford borough council, those present discussed the fate of the New Milford pool, a drainage problem severe enough to move large rocks, and how to protect local citizens from bees.
The Lung Association had been in contact with the recreation committee a couple times throughout the year in regards to putting up Young Lungs at Play signs at the pool park. They wanted to have a formal sign presentation event on July 23rd at noon, at the park. The park had already been smoke free, but it was hoped that this event would help enforce a tobacco free environment.
It was another dark and stormy night, but it didn’t get really dark until after the meeting was over, when the lights again went out for an extended time.
The scene was the July meeting of the Harford Township Supervisors, resumed on July 15th. The formal part of the meeting was recessed the week before when the lights went out and the fire company was calling for reinforcements for trees downed by what turned out to have been a small tornado in the Kingsley area.
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