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Communications Network: The meter will transmit your energy usage information to the Borough via a secure communication network.
Our Billing System: Meter data is sent to the Borough’s billing system. Advanced metering technology will virtually eliminate estimated bills.
Your Utility Bill: Your monthly bill is generated using the information sent to our billing system.
Flaggers will be present each day to stop eastbound traffic on Main Street prior to the intersection of Main and Madison Streets as well as at Broad Street and Railroad Avenue.
Any resident, business or visitor interested in receiving updates on Garage construction projects can sign up to receive the Borough’s electronic newsletter which will include periodic progress reports. Click here to sign up to receive updates
For patrons of Main and Madison Street businesses, limited parking will be available in Madison Lot, but ample spots are available in the Susquehanna and Vine Street Lots.
So why does the Borough push the snow off the road onto the shoulder, only to come back and push the snow farther back on the shoulder? The truck usually makes one pass to open the road up so residents may get in and out. Then the truck comes back to widen the road and then the shoulders for future snow accumulation. Residents sometimes call and ask why we cannot pick up the blade when going by their driveway. This is not a practical solution and our drivers would never finish clearing the roads due to the multitude of driveways.
Property owners are always responsible for clearing snow and ice along their sidewalk frontage, crosswalk ramps, corners and bus stops with concrete pads within 24 hours after the snow stops.
It is not the policy of the Borough to direct any resident or citizen where to park in an emergency (i.e. we do not require residents to park in alleys when a snow emergency is declared), we can only instruct where parking is not permitted.
During the winter each storm poses unique problems to snowplow operators. Storms with low temperatures can be difficult because de-icing agents become less effective at the lower temperatures. Storms with high winds also are a challenge because the snow quickly blows back onto the roadway after the plows pass. ?