Austin Borough residents are reminded that Clean Up Days will be held May 15-16 in the plant parking lot on Foster Street.
There will be a $10.00 per truck load fee charged. Cash payments may be made at the Borough Office. Checks only will be accepted on-site. A complete list of acceptable and non-acceptable items is posted at the Borough Office. Jim Dynda will be on-site to collect scrap metal.
Council reported that Ethan Gola is working with the Borough through the Career Link Program for Summer help. A second person will be starting once school ends.
Rhonda Crosby reported she is in the process of setting up a system for credit card payments for sewer and water fees. Council will be using Square Up, which charges a 2.6% fee to the customer on top of the payments.
Council accepted a bid, in the amount of $25, from Jim Nichols for the purchase of office chairs.
Additional office furniture will be donated to Habitat for Humanity or Goodwill.
Council approved the purchase of a new garage door for the bay at a cost of $1,635 plus lumber replacements required during installation. Municipal employees will be doing the installation.
Two quotes from SuitKote, for road work, were tabled for further review and discussion. Council members noted municipal roads are in bad shape and greatly in need of repair.
No action was taken on an Agreement with Bassett…