Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Borough seeks code enforcement manager

The Borough of Columbia is accepting applications for a Full-time Manager of Code Enforcement and Storm Water. Job requirements include: Associates Degree in engineering, environmental science, management or related equivalent experience.

Applications and complete job description including a list of additional required knowledge, skills and abilities is available at the Borough Office located at 308 Locust Street, Columbia, PA 17512 or on our website at . EOE.

Applications will be accepted at the Borough Office until close of business on Friday, September 30, 2016. Category: Protective Service , Keywords: Code Enforcement Officer

13 comments:

  1. Let's hope this hiring will lead to better code enforcement. Too many violations falling thru the cracks.

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  2. come on guys. this is already cut and dried. jeffy boy will be moved to a more expensive position, with even less work and someone besides georgie boy will be hired and placed in a less working enviriment, if that's possible. oh yeah, thats right, there is not much less these guys can do for their pay, is there.

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  3. Didn't the Borough already send Mr. Helm to all the schools he wanted to go to and pay for them? Of course he should be qualified for the Health Officer, now about Mr. Wise, some people just can't learn anything.

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  4. Who's going to force the who's who at the river shanties hook up to public sewer. That should be a criteria for the new officer

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  5. Lol ask the Mayor bout the river front!! Talk of agendas

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  6. Why are you always talking about the people who have cottages along the river are you jealous that you don't have one they pay taxes like everyone else and about the sewer that is for LASA to decide not the borough get your facts straight and they are not shanties.

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    1. You are wrong that LASA is responsible. Columbia Boro is responsible & that is why they are hiring this enforcement officer. The boro must make their citizens meet guidelines for proper sewer disposal. Get your facts straight.

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  7. It was an opportunity to generate income for Columbia.
    Instead it was given to Cottage owners, and good number of which violated their lease with Safe Harbor for years.
    It was an agenda that did not serve the best interest 9f the Majority of Columbia Borough.
    Get sewer and pay for it!

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    1. Cottages should have been removed and the riverfront further developed. An asset that is now lost.

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  8. Selling that land was a crime against our future generations

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  9. Please stop thinking it's totally private property.
    Public can walk the roads and river front!

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    1. Riverfront Drive is private, as is the tract of land. The riverfront itself is public, as are Heritage Drive and the lower part of Union Street.

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  10. Correct so walk the WATERS EDGE

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