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Woodbury Borough Council Discusses Dilapidated House

 

September 12, 2019

Judith Ott

Brayden Claycomb, a senior at Northern Bedford High School, discusses his senior project with Woodbury Councilmembers at their Sept. 3 meeting. Claycomb worked on the borough's truck as part of his required graduation project.

Woodbury Borough Council met Tuesday, Sept. 3, for the regular monthly meeting.

The Kauffman house is still a topic of discussion at each meeting. Council has called the home dilapidated and a safety risk to borough residents.

Mayor Dave Chesney and Vice Chairman Shawn Claycomb have been working to find out who is the owner of the property. Both parties will re-check their findings and then discuss what options the borough must take to resolve this issue.

Sewer and mowing costs has still not been recouped regarding the Kauffman house. Code Enforcement will also be contacted to see what it...



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