Aiming to balance in-person meetings with ongoing social distancing guidelines, borough council held its past two meetings in the spacious Bridgeville Volunteer Fire Department’s spacious Chartiers Room.
But at the same time, there’s been plenty of action in council’s usual meeting space.
Last month, the municipal building developed a roof leak that poured water directly into council chambers, damaging the room.
The borough’s public works department fixed the interior damage, and the leak received a temporary patch courtesy of the contractor who will soon replacement the entire borough building roof.
Council will resume meeting in its usual chamber room starting on June 14 at 7 p.m.
In other borough news:
- Beginning this summer, Bridgeville residents will be able to pay borough bills online using a credit or debit card. This change comes as part of the borough’s financial software upgrade.
- A third dog waste station was installed at Chartiers Park. Borough officials hope the addition helps attenuate the ongoing problem of dog owners not cleaning up after their pets.
- Weekly borough-wide street sweeping ended last month. Between now and the fall, the street sweeper will run on the third week of each month and on Wednesday mornings in the commercial areas.