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Brackenridge Council

| Thursday, May 12, 2011

I want to thank Brackenridge Mayor Tom Kish, Council President Ron Dunlap and all of the borough council for their hard work in making the borough a better place to live.

I have attended many council meetings of the last year and the members work very hard to ensure the residents are heard and our issues addressed. Brackenridge has come a long way over the past couple of years, particularly due to code enforcement.

The Easter egg hunt was very nice, despite the weather. The fence along the upper portion of the park was a very welcome addition, along with the playground. The feral cats issue is being addressed and the borough received a huge grant to fully fund the sewer project to get us in compliance with state and federal regulations.

This is all due to the hard work of our council members.

On primary election day, please be sure to vote for incumbent Ron Dunlap for council. Brackenridge already has the perfect team.

Mary Murray


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