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Mayor thanks all who aided Carter visit


June 11. 2013 11:57PM
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WYOMING — Mayor Bob Boyer on Tuesday night thanked those who made the recent visit of former President Jimmy Carter and his wife, Rosalyn, a success.


The president spoke at the Wyoming Monument on May 28.


Boyer lauded the efforts of neighboring police departments in providing security and order for the event, area scouts and the Monument Association.


In another matter, Boyer and solicitor Jarrett Ferentino are continuing their efforts in codification of borough ordinances in order to provide clarification for borough residents.


Council approved police Capt. Chris Mercavitch’s attendance at active shooter training at a cost of $850.


The borough, as a member of the West Side Council of Governments, is invited to attend a vac truck demonstration to be held June 13 in Swoyersville.


Council approved a $200 donation to the Forty Fort Pool to ensure its residents will be offered a reduced membership rate to those pool facilities.


A farmer’s market will be held in the borough every Saturday beginning July 13. Vendors are invited to contact the municipal building for more information.


The Commission on Economic Opportunity will be providing a free lunch Monday through Friday to area children at Butler Street Park.


Council will be presenting a floral July 4 tribute at the Wyoming Monument.


The next meeting of the council will be at 7:30 p.m. June 9.




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