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Montrose Borough Readdressing

Three of the visitors in the audience at the regular monthly meeting of the Montrose Borough Council on June 2 are members of the Montrose Fire Department. They were there to provide Council members with very valid reasons as to why the borough should adopt the County’s readdressing plan. County EMA head Dawn Watson, along with Kevin were there to answer any questions that Council – all of whom were present except for Elmer Taylor – may have about how the standard readdressing plan would work should the borough choose to adopt it.

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Lowry Heads Forest City Council

Veteran Forest City Councilman Jim Lowry is the new council president following the sudden and surprising resignation of Mary Cicco, who held the post for the past eight years.

In a brief letter to council, Cicco said "health reasons have made it necessary for me to resign my position effective June 1." Councilman Paul J. Amadio made a motion to accept the resignation with regret and to send Cicco a letter of gratitude for her service to the community. Councilman Alan Gordon extended the motion to include the presentation of a plaque to Cicco.

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