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Council Votes to Hire Street Worker

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Council Votes to Hire Street Worker

Kittanning Borough Council last night hired Mark Nulph to its Street Department. Nulph will assume vehicle maintenance and parking meter certification/maintenance duties that were previously done under Dave Cox. Cox retired in December 2017. According to the bargaining unit contract, the Borough must maintain a minimum of 10 employees in the Street Department. This fulfills…

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Community Shows Up for Crime Town Hall Meeting

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Community Shows Up for Crime Town Hall Meeting

An estimated crowd of approximately 100 local residents attended a town hall gathering last night dubbed “Take Back Your Community.” The event was a joint effort between the Kittanning Police Department and the Kittanning Crime Watch group. There was standing room only in the Fellowship Hall of the First Church of God. A panel discussion…

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