Part of Childhood Taken with Sale of Mountain Ground
To the Editor:
The Roaring Spring Borough Council recently let me down, along with many friends and neighbors and people that I know. The mountain ground, that was practically given to the borough in the 1800s, was sold under the radar of many people.
The ground also was sold for the lowest offer the borough received. Instead of the borough getting $2 million, council took an offer from the Pa. Game Commission, receiving $1.2 million. To put this into perspective, the borough recently clear-cut 200 out of its 1,400-plus-acre plot, and received just shy of $1 million just from that small pie...