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By Natalie Gorsuch
Williamsburg Correspondent 

Dollar General Snowplow Dispute Set for July Hearing

 


Last year, the Williamsburg Borough council placed a lien against the Dollar General store in Williamsburg after council stated that the store failed to pay a bill for snow removal.

Council stated at the June 1 regular borough council meeting that the $42.90 snow removal dispute has now escalated to a court hearing and the ordering of a sheriff’s sale of the Dollar General property. The hearing will be on July 13. The bill is now over $3,700 including the borough’s legal fees.

Borough Councilmember Ed Patterson praised Chief of Police Rowdy Kagarise for talking to borough residents about cutting grass. Kagarise said in his monthly police report to council that this issue caused a high number of police incidents.

Borough council voted to hold the Community Yard Sale on Saturday, Aug. 1, as long as community members adhere to federal Centers for Disease Control guidelines in relation to the coronavirus and COVID-19.

The Trail Town Market has been held at Riverside Park on Saturdays. Several vendors had asked if they could hook up to the electric service at the park. Council voted that the borough would not offer electric to vendors.

Council decided that the Personnel and Finance Committee would study recommendations made regarding changes to workers compensation and propose new policies.

 

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