New Eagle online with new website
New Eagle residents can now go online for information about the borough.
Council members announced Tuesday that the borough's newly-established website is fully operational. Residents may now readily access borough information at www.neweagleboro.org.
The site was designed by Monongahela Chamber of Commerce member Terry Sebben and features contact information for borough officials, a fee schedule for building and other permits, common ordinances, forms, a short history of New Eagle, and a photo gallery.
Borough Administrator Linda Hall expressed council's satisfaction with the website design and features and hopes residents will find the information helpful.
In other business, council continues to collect overdue trash collection payments and fees from 89 delinquent residents. Most of these payments have been collected, according to Council President Jack Fine.
Residents are reminded that the first quarterly trash collection payment for 2013 is due April 1. Residents receive a discounted rate for making the payment by that date.
Mayor Glenn Petticord received a complaint from a resident near Madison Street and Maple Avenue concerning drainage water washing away a corner of his property. He said they are aware of the problem and will attempt to resolve the issue in the coming weeks.
Council also announced the following:
• Planning for spring and summer roadwork is ongoing, as Spring Drive was added to a list of 11 roads scheduled to be paved.
• Demolition of the former Hawk's Nest Café at 127 Union St., is complete.
• New Eagle Volunteer Fire Department officials announced that the annual car cruise will be June 8.
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