Millard / State Representative
Now that the State Budget is in the hands of Governor Wolf... what will he do. He could simply sign it... and take his lumps.... or he can go around threatening to make changes. But whatever the case... the legislature has done it's job... so says 109th district representative David Mallard of Berwick. Whatever the case.... Pennsylvanians continued to be protected with the paperwork still on Governor Wolf's desk.
A little nudging and squeezing... and we could have a sidewalk project along Poplar Road... from 10th street to the Bloomsburg Town Homes project. That suggestion came this week from Tyler Dombrowski who has time to take a look at things from his prospective from SEDA – COG. Mr. Dombroski says the route between tenth Street and Bloomsburg town homes closes the last great walking area for kids who attend high school... and those looking for a great place to play.
It's nice to know there is a law... on the books... which provides an ordinance for a celebrations. That's the case in Berwick... where in 1964... then – council President Frank Buffone put the issue on the books. Today's council president, Alvin Hill, will do just that on Monday. What ever the case... the process will go on Monday as scheduled... with it all getting underway at 11 O'clock.
In Berwick last night... about a hundred people showed up for a great time. They were there to hear Stankey and his Coal Miners. Both were on time.... and in tune.