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Susky Depot Hails & Farewells

Susquehanna Depot Borough Council held their August monthly meeting on Wednesday, August 13th. It was an evening that changed “scorecards” for the line-up of lawmakers. With a prompt 7 p.m. start Council moved to take care of the swearing-in of its newest member, Kaylin Lindquist. Mayor Nancy Hurly performed the duty of swearing in Ms. Lindqust, who promptly received an enthusiastic round of applause from those on hand. Councilwoman Lindquist fills the vacancy created when Jamie Koziol moved out of the borough and resigned his seat.

Roll call by Secretary/Treasurer Margaret Biegert verified, in addition to those previously mentioned, the presence of council members Sue Crawford, John Hendrickson, Roy Williams, and Debbie Zayas, along with President Joe Varsik. Councilwoman Roberta Reddon was absent.

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New MASD Board Member

At the beginning of the August 11 Montrose School Board work session, a board of trustees representative from the Susquehanna County Library and Historical Society spoke before the board.  In 2006 the district had deeded six acres of land to the library, with a stipulation that if they didn’t build in six years it would revert back to the district.  The building wasn’t built before that deadline- fund raising takes time- but Mr. Ognosky had written a letter recommending this agreement be extended.  The deed, however, had not been changed, and this had become problematic for the library’s plans.  Ms. Boyce recommended having the school’s solicitor talk with the library’s solicitor to address the issue, and put the item on the agenda for the next meeting.  It was hoped, the trustee member related, that the project could be completed in two years. 

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