Plum Council Notebook: Trestle Road, Clerical Contract & More
Here's a roundup of items discussed at the Sept. 10 council meeting.
Here's a list of items discussed by council on Monday:
Some changes are coming to Trestle Road in order to slow down drivers.
Changes include preventing drivers from making turns on the road from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. and utilizing speed-monitoring equipment the police already owns.
Residents have been pushing for some action for about a year. To read more, click here.
Officials have reached a contract agreement with the borough clerical staff.
Council approved a three-year contract extension, effective Jan. 1, 2013, with the union that represents the borough’s clerical staff. Staff will receive a 50-cent raise, but will take a 50-percent reduction of sick days.
Council approved $5,000 to be used for tires on the emergency vehicles at Unity Volunteer Fire Department.
The Plum Baseball and Softball Association will take two teams to the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown next year.
Councilman John Anderson, chairman of parks and recreation, said this year will be full of fundraisers because of the amount of money it will take to make the trip. For more information, visit pbsasports.org.