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Near the beginning of the December 20 Mountain View school board meeting the new student government liaison, Ryan Walsh, from the high school, presented his report of current happenings. The student government had a conference in October, which he said was a great success. During the Feed a Friend program the district donated over 500 cans to the Susquehanna County food bank. The instructors had a door decorating contest again, which Mrs. Diane Lombardi won. The FBLA had a regional leadership conference, which he termed overwhelmingly successful. In January it was planned that a Jr. High versus faculty game would be held; the senior high game was successfully run before Thanksgiving. The National Honor Society hosted an American blood drive and caroled at a veteran's center. The scholastic club placed 3rd in a recent event. A grant was received from Target allowing the school to run a traditional trip to the opera.
Mr. Twining asked whether the health technician would work at both schools, as the current school nurse does. One was appointed later in the meeting.
Along with regular business, Susquehanna Boro Council wrapped up the year by recognizing past and present employees at their December 21 meeting. Police Officer Robert Sweet was commended for his efforts on the boro’s behalf, and was promoted to the position of Chief of Police. Officer Phonechanh was also commended for his outstanding efforts and was promoted to the position of sergeant. And, outgoing secretary/treasurer Ann Stewart was recognized for her service to the boro and was presented with a letter of appreciation as well as a gift.
In other business, Mayor Mike Matis recommended that an item, police regionalization, be taken off of the agenda for the time being until the issue comes up again, but council president David Scales thought that it should be kept on the agenda until after council gets a chance to continue discussion at the next committee meeting.
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