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Forest City Borough currently owns and maintains its own fire hydrants. At a Council meeting held on August 3, borough secretary Susan Coleman read a letter from Pennsylvania American Water requesting ownership of the hydrants. Coleman stated that a transfer of ownership would result in no new restrictions, and fees, set by state law, cannot be changed by Pennsylvania American Water Company. Council voted to accept the offer.
The July 28 meeting of the Susquehanna Boro Council was rescheduled to August 4, as it appeared that there would be a lack of a quorum on July 28. At the August 4 meeting, councilman Bill Perry suggested that a president pro tem be appointed to preside at meetings in the event of the absence of both the president and vice president, as would have been the case on July 28. After a short discussion, a motion carried to appoint Dave Scales as president pro tem.
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