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Forest City Borough President, Robert Trusky, opened a borough meeting held March 1 by praising the public works department for doing an “outstanding job [plowing] under extremely difficult conditions.”
“Water on Washington Street,” “Emergency gate and the rest area,” “Grates on Randolph St. and Rt. 11.” Those items have been on the agenda for the Great Bend Borough Council for months, and all involve disagreements with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) over jurisdiction and responsibility, not to mention money. According to Council President Rick Franks and member Jerry MacConnell at the Council meeting on March 4, PennDOT may finally be coming around. They report that conversations with PennDOT officials have each of these issues “moving along.” That’s not to say resolved, but there appears to be progress.
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