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Both the board vice-president and the superintendent were absent from the September 10 Montrose school board meeting, but this did not keep much discussion from being had. Some matters were resolved, at least one other was tabled, and various reports were given.
Some of these reports centered around positive happenings at the schools. The board and administration formally recognized the 16 staff members who had perfect attendance (no sick days used) during the 2006-2007 school year. The new well at the Choconut school struck water, and looks like it will be finished and usable in the near future. It is estimated that the new system could process 50-70 gallons per minute, at which rate the school should never run out of water. Both elementary school principals spoke of how well the school year had started, and Mr. McComb commended the Choconut staff for their warm welcome to the many new employees. Mrs. Mordovancey thanked educators for helping to gather and submit a large collection of student art to the Harford Fair this year.
At the September 11 meeting of the Susquehanna Boro Council, a discussion arose resulting from a letter from an engineering firm on behalf of the Station House Apartments project. The project proposes remodeling of an existing structure at 241 Main St. The request was for an Exemption from Sewage Facilities Planning, which, basically is to ensure that there are adequate hookups for additional units to the system; there are, and the Tri-Boro Municipal Authority has already approved the plan. The existing building is being remodeled, with commercial space on the first floor and six apartments on the upper floors. Documentation in support of the request included an environmental review receipt showing no known impacts, a project site plan, and a capacity availability letter from the Tri-Boro Municipal Authority.
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