Southwest Greensburg reaches pact with tax collector
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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