|By Jerry Lynott, The Times Leader, Wilkes-Barre, Pa.|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
The resolution on an easement for the installation of a 12-inch main by
"I just want to make sure this is tightened for our protection and
As written, the resolution states the utility will pay
Smalls pointed out that last year UGI agreed to pay
Before the meeting, Smalls said, he had called the PUC about approval for the project. "They weren't able to find out where the approval came from," he said. Smalls asked that the resolution be tabled or voted down by council.
The route for the new main was selected to have the least impact on the levee that runs through the Brookside neighborhood, Dunlap said.
The existing main that runs under
Still Dunlap and
In other business, council authorized city officials to enter a three-year contract with
Council also authorized city officials to enter a three-year contract with Excalibur for workers' compensation claims adjusting services. The fee will be
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