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Scottdale revitalization group planning new signage

| Thursday, April 26, 2012, 12:44 a.m.

The Scottdale Town Center Revitalization Committee is planning new signs for the borough.

Jim Pallygus, chairman of the committee's board of directors, told borough council Monday about $3,900 could be spent on street and historical signs.

"I was hoping we could get permission to begin designing some of the signs, such as the logo, the font, the size, etc., and then when we have something concrete we would bring it back to you for your input or recommendation," Pallygus said.

The committee is exected to work with council's public services committee on a plan.

In other business, council appointed Michael Mlay to the Parks and Recreation Commission. Mlay will finish the term of Scott Miller, who recently resigned. The term expires May 1.

Mlay said he and his wife moved to Scottdale in 2008. He is a high school teacher in Greene County, and his wife is a teacher in the Ligonier Valley School District. He said they moved to the borough because it was a central location to both districts.

Resident Duane Huffman had also sent the borough a letter of interest about filling the vacancy on the parks and recreation board, but he was not present at the meeting.

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