Monday, December 5, 2016

Joint meeting of borough council and school board to be held Tuesday night


There will be a joint meeting of the Columbia Borough Council and the Columbia Borough School District at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, December 6, at the District administration Center, 200 North Fifth Street, to discuss a land bank proposal and other business. The legal notice for the meeting is shown below:


Legal Notice is hereby given that both the Borough Council of the Borough of Columbia, and the School Board of the Columbia Borough School District, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania will hold a joint special meeting on December 6, 2016, at 7:00 p.m. at the School District Administration Center, 200 North Fifth Street, Columbia, Pennsylvania for purposes of considering and taking action to approve an Intergovernmental Cooperation Agreement between the Lancaster County Land Bank Authority, the Borough of Columbia and the Columbia Borough School District, to consider hiring two part-time park rangers, and to consider any other matters that may properly come before either body; it being noted that both the School Board and Borough Council may independently take any and all appropriate action to approve the matters set forth above which come before them at this joint meeting. Anyone with a disability needing accommodations to attend the meeting should contact Tom Strickler, Director of Operations for the Columbia Borough School District at 717-681-2616. Columbia Borough By: Barry N. Handwerger Borough Solicitor

6 comments:

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    1. In case Yogi and Boo Boo get out of line!

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    2. Because the cameras are blind.

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  2. hire park rangers but not police officers, amazing

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  3. wth???? money does NOT grow on trees. this council and borough are spending thousands, millions on all kinds of bs that we DON"T need. SOMEONE step up and say NO. NO. NO. they are hiring how many code enforcement officers? enforce codes NOW. stop playing with these slumlords. condemn their properties and do NOT allow them to rent it out until it passes a BOROUGH INSPECTION....hit em in the pocketbook.

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  4. Inspect how many are living in these rentals.

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