BOROUGH NEWS 1/8/10 (more…)
January 8, 2010
December 25, 2009
Merry Christmas! May you have a safe and joyous holiday!
As winter storms approach, our snow-covered roads may become more hazardous. The barrel has been placed near the State Road entrance with anti-skid material in case you find the Walnut Rd. entrance slippery at any time this winter. Working together we can keep our roads safe.
The Laurel Mountain Borough reorganizational meeting (and the monthly meeting also) will be held at the Laughlintown Community Center on Monday, January 4, 2010 at 7:30 PM. Borough residents are welcome to speak in public comment periods at the beginning and end of the meeting.
The Borough Council will be made up of three re-elected members (Joseph Griffith, Jr., Dan O’Brien, and Mary Jane Snyder), a newly elected member (Thomas Adair), and holdover Monte Holland. The re-elected mayor is Phil Light. The borough secretary/treasurer is Taryn Ankney and the solicitor is Jeff Miller.
In succeeding months the Laurel Mountain Borough Council meets on the third Wednesday of the month at 7:30 PM. The meetings are in Laughlintown in February and March and will return to the shelter house in April.
February 5, 2008
On July 3, 2007, PENNDOT workers responded to a complaint called in by Monte about the water drainage problem at the Rt. 30 entrance to LMB.
Monte and others were concerned about the amount of gravel that washed into the entrance from Rt. 30 (more…)
To view pictures illustrating this article, click on on http://www.flickr.com/photos/lmborolmpark/
On Monday August 20, 2007, residents of Laurel Mountain Borough awoke to the “beep beep” sounds of heavy equipment backing up. If they followed the sound, they saw equipment and men on White Oak Road near the intersection of Locust Road, (more…)
November 3, 2007
|On July 3, 2007, PENNDOT workers responded to a complaint called in by Monte about the water drainage problem at the Rt. 30 entrance to LMB.
Monte and others were concerned about the amount of gravel that washed into the entrance from Rt. 30 since Berckey completed his roadwork project at the end of May. (to see pictures click on http://www.flickr.com/photos/lmborolmpark/ )
That site gets the effects of all the water flowing down Laurel Mountain, according (more…)