Bridgeville Borough Council’s September meeting was short and sparsely attended, by recent council standards, but it was eventful.
Issues discussed included:
- Why it suddenly costs 300% more to park in Bridgeville’s metered lots
- Why council might want to be more judicious with the requests it tosses to the solicitor and borough engineer
- An idea to develop comprehensive plans for two neighborhoods: the Baldwin Street/Bower Hill Road corridor and Cook School/Fryer Hill area.
For a full, time-coded index of the meeting’s events, head over to the YouTube page and click “Show More” into the description box.
For more on what’s going on in Bridgeville, check out the workshop meeting, where council discusses issues on the horizon:
Updated: Meeting Minutes