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The October 2 meeting of the Montrose Borough Council was full of decisions to be made. Although some issues were sent back to further committee review, many were resolved. The meeting boasted an unusual number of visitors, each bringing something different to the table for discussion.
Complaints against the borough’s somewhat lackadaisical approach to enforcing municipal ordinances continue to haunt the Borough Council.
At last week’s council meeting, Jim Griffins of Railroad Street again complained about conditions in his neighborhood, and Tony Maro of Hudson Street cited some health problems with a run-down apartment complex next to his home.
The two men had one common denominator between them – law enforcement.
“Who is supposed to be enforcing the ordinances?” Griffins asked. “I hear you arguing among yourselves about it,” he told the council.
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