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Roaring Spring Council Continues to Field Questions On Mountain Ground

Roaring Spring Borough Council met for its regular meeting March 14, and again addressed its decision to limit access to Plum Creek Mountain.

Citizen Norman Wright addressed council and asked it to open the ground for recreation by charging a fee for a permit. Councilman James Musselman outlined the reasons the borough cannot do that.

Musselman said a “pay to use” policy would bring an end to the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s patrolling of the ground, effectively eliminating consistent policing of mountain, and that the borough would not be able to secure an insurance policy for such use.



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