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Most meetings of the Susquehanna Boro Council are usually attended by a handful of residents – if that, and two reporters. The meeting of November 14 was an exception; the standing room only crowd was so large that it overflowed into the hall outside of the meeting room, and even outside the building itself. It was quickly apparent that council’s expected action on an ordinance imposing an Earned Income Tax (EIT) was the reason for so many showing up.
The November 13 Montrose School Board meetings were filled with promising developments and positive reports. The district is meeting standards and seeking improvement in various areas. It is also playing an active role in acknowledging and training the leaders of tomorrow.
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