November 26, 2014

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New Milford Gas Service In Jeopardy

At the November 20th meeting of the New Milford borough council, Ms. Gulick doubled as borough secretary for the evening. There was some discussion regarding procedure for the new codes enforcement officer's reporting. Not all council members had received e-mails, though part of this could have been accidental oversight, it was stated. Ms. Gulick noted that the policy had always been a complaint came to them or at a public meeting, but that there was a lot of stuff that the codes officer was working on, and she didn't know where some of the complaints came from. There were a lot of hours worked and a lot of miles driven being billed.

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Church Barriers Create Hallstead Issues

Hallstead Borough Council held their monthly meeting November 20 at 7pm at which six of the nine members were present. As the meeting got started the first order of business was brought to the attention of the council by Jeff Case, and Kyle Falkenberg both home owners, and tax payers in Hallstead. Both Case and Felkenberg voiced their serious concern for the safety of their homes and children due to a barrier the First Presbyterian Church on Pine Street placed in their parking lot.

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