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Sewage Enforcement Committee
The monthly meeting of the COG Sewage Enforcement Committee was so efficient (12 minutes!) last Tuesday evening, its results can be summed up in this paragraph: Enforcement Officers had nothing out of the ordinary to report except to say there has been no slowdown in their work. Counsel Jason Legg is continuing to negotiate on behalf of COG about the judgment and late compliance fees owed by Hawkins Homes for some time; if a COG member wants an individual report on the situation, president Rick Pisasik will be happy to provide it. The proposed 2004 budget was distributed for members review; New Milford Boroughs Rick Ainey observed the budget assumes a 20 percent increase in activity next year and wondered if the estimate was justified; Pisasik thought it to be a fairly reasonable estimate, and asked that concerns like Aineys and other questions be brought to the December meeting. End of meeting.
A 61-year-old Bradford County man was returned to the Susquehanna County Jail jailed last week where he has been incarcerated since his arrest earlier this year on a number of sex offenses that took place in Forest Lake Township.
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