"It's time to have a supervisor in place," said Mark Stromelo, Nesquehoning Borough Council president as council voted to advertise for a borough working supervisor.
Bids were awarded to resurface the parking lot at the new police office at the Nesquehoning Recreation Center. The low bidder was Hazleton Site Contractors for $24,031.15. The police office should be ready in one month. Peter J. Radocha received the bid todemolish the old Sparich house on East Columbus Avenue.
A full time job position was offered to Bob Pilla to be used anywhere on the borough crew. He will work 40 hours and will be on a six month probationary period.
John Barna appeared during the visitors segment again asking council where Mark Marek of "Air Your Opinion" on WLSH got the idea that Barna paid his ticket for the snow fall parking. No one knew and he went on to ask if council would give the people back their money who paid their parking tickets. The answer was "No". Mayor Tony Walck said, "The issue should stop now." Atty Robert Yurchak told Barna that he's not off the hook yet with the payment of his ticket.
Tom Merman asked how taxpayers are billed for sewage in the town and in what way. David Hawk, who also sits as president of the Nesquehoning Borough Water Authority, told him that it's on assessed EDU's. There is a surcharge o