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At their November 4 meeting, Thompson Boro council reviewed information received regarding a meeting, scheduled to be held at the Susquehanna Fire Dept. on November 11, hosted by the Bradford/Susquehanna EMS council to discuss how state law and the recently announced discontinuation of Barnes-Kasson Hospitals Advanced Life Support services would affect local ambulance companies.
The boro has received a permit from PENNDOT to allow proceeding with the sewage project; council president Dennis Price said that PENNDOT had requested several additional changes to the plan, which will be addressed by the project engineers, Nassaux-Hemsley. It is expected that the project would go out to bid in about two weeks from the date of this meeting.
The November 4 meeting of the Great Bend Township came to order with Supervisor Haskins, Vice-Chairman Banko, and Secretary/ Treasurer Sheldon in attendance.
The agenda for the meeting was approved as printed, with no one requesting a time slot.
A motion was made that the approval of the minutes from the October 21 meeting be delayed until later, due to the lack of the secretary at this time.
Chairman Squier, the roadmaster, was absent from the meeting, but a list was read concerning the different jobs that the township employees completed. Some of this work included working on Parks Road, fixing a broken drain, working in the garage, and preparing the township equipment for winter snow removal.
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