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Friday, Feb. 14, 2014, 3:27 p.m.
 

Southwest Greensburg Council has reached an agreement for use of the borough office by the tax collector.

Corry Sheffler, tax collector and borough manager, will pay the borough $900 yearly to use 243 square feet, according to minutes from Wednesday's council meeting.

In another matter, council hired Rick Crise as recreation director, subject to a background check. Crise will receive $2,500 annually.

He succeeds Jim Heater, who has been recreation director since 2006.

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