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Susky Focusing On Infrastructure

Susquehanna Boro Council’s May 13th one-hour public meeting was jam-packed with discussion of matters relating to roads, bridges, sidewalks, and streets. Of course, at the heart of all matters were funding and the execution of plans to make goals reality.

Council members present for the meeting were President Joe Varsik, Sue Crawford, John Hendrickson, Barbara Larsen, Roy Williams, and Debbie Zayas. Also present were Mayor Nancy Hurley and Secretary/Treasurer Margaret Biegert. Also present was Jason Miller, Harford resident and Candidate for County Treasurer. Mr. Miller addressed council briefly to familiarize them with his qualifications and inquire as to any concerns or questions members of boro government may have. Notably, Mr. Miller remained for the full public meeting to familiarize himself with Susquehanna Boro.

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Forest City School Presents Budget

Mr. Kopecki, Superintendent of the Forest City Regional School District presented the proposed budget for the 2015-2016 school year during the School Board meeting held on May 11th. The proposed amount is $13,546,610, which is a 3.2% increase from the last school year’s budget. Mr. Kopecki stated the budget is presented with the thoughts of a zero increase from state funds.

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