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Malfunctioning machine affects leaf collection

November 10, 2011

PUNXSUTAWNEY – Don’t count on a fast pick-up for your leaves this fall.

The borough’s leaf collection machine, which has been the work horse in the borough’s annual leaf collection, has been out of service since the first day of collection, said Roger Steele, chairman of the Public Works Committee, at Tuesday’s meeting.

Steele said Public Works crews have been utilizing the borough’s street sweeper as the only viable piece of equipment that can be used for leaf collection.

Young OKs fire contract with Punxsy

November 10, 2011

WALSTON — Wednesday, the Young Township Board of Supervisors approved a new five-year agreement with Punxsutawney Borough for fire protection services through the Punxsutawney Fire Department.

The agreement was approved for five years with the township paying the borough $15,500 for 2012; $16,000 for 2013; $16,500 for 2014; $17,000 for 2015; $17,500 for 2016; and the township will pay 100
percent of any Fireman’s Relief Association funds it recovers during the contract to the borough.

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