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By Allan J. Bassler

Roaring Spring Permits Two-Way Traffic on Main Street

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Roaring Spring borough has re-opened the section of Main Street from State Route 36 past the Appvion paper mill to two-way traffic.

Borough officials said at the regular council meeting on Monday, July 13, that the road is striped for two-way traffic and opened to traffic July 1. The borough will continue monitoring the walls in the area to avoid future problems. The Main Street travel lanes were shifted and no pedestrian traffic will be permitted.

The wall on the east side of the road became structurally unsound, leading the borough to restrict traffic on the street to one way, entering t...

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