PUNXSUTAWNEY â Borough residents can expect major changes to be made by Punxsutawney Borough Council during its Feb. 13 meeting.
âMajor changes are about to occur by council that will surprise a lot of people,â council President Larry Chenoga said Monday.
âThis is going to be a great council, and at our next meeting, we are going to make some changes that will surprise a lot of people,â he said. âWeâre going to move forward, and weâre going to move forward in the right direction.
WALSTON â Wednesday, the Young Township Board of Supervisors warned that the sewer customers with the highest delinquent balances, who have not made payment arrangements, will soon receive notices from the district judge regarding their account.
âWeâre going to take five delinquent customers at a time to the district judge,â Secretary/Treasurer Mary Ann Redding said Wednesday.
Chairman Andrew Meterko, said other delinquent customers might make arrangements once they see that other customers with delinquent bills are taken to the district judge.
The Punxsutawney Spiritâs 15 brand-new newspaper distribution boxes will be seen soon throughout the downtown area and the community. If you canât make it into the office to buy a newspaper, keep an eye out for the bright yellow boxes that bear The Spiritâs own âPhantastic Phil!â on the sides. The new boxes are The Spiritâs first since 2001. (Photo by Tom Chapin)