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  • April 18, 2018
AGENDA/DRAFT AGENDA: For Regular Monthly Borough Council Meeting - For full details please read the entire post.
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Council Considering All-Way Stop Sign Ordinance

  • April 11, 2018

Borough Council is considering the adoption of an Ordinance establishing an all-way stop at the intersection of Green Street and Washington Street.  The move is the result of a traffic analysis conducted by the Borough Engineer.  A draft copy of…

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Council Acts to Aid Ambulance Squad

  • April 11, 2018

Borough Council takes urgent action to aid the Morrisville Ambulance Squad.  In an urgent move, Borough Council authorized a $30,000 advance in its dedicated tax millage to aid the financially struggling rescue squad.  The advance will prop up continued emergency…

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Public Works Welcomes Spring

  • April 6, 2018

Morrisville Borough's Public Works Department has battled a tough winter season.  It seemed like we were having a snow storm every week.  Borough Manager Scott Mitchell thanks members of the road crew.  "These guys are tough and they do hard…

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Opioid Epidemic Legal Action

  • March 21, 2018

Morrisville Council votes to join growing list of cities and counties suing big pharmaceuticals for their role in opioid epidemic.  Morrisville Borough to file civil action to recover costs.  Small town taking bold action at no expense to taxpayers.

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Council Hires New Police Officer

  • March 21, 2018

Council voted to hire Edward Radlow as a new part-time police officer to join the Morrisville Borough Police Department.  Mayor David Rivella swore-in Officer Radlow with Chief George McClay at his side.

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Council Votes to Fill Vacancy

  • March 21, 2018

Borough Council has appointed Dave Nay to represent the Second Ward filling the vacancy created by the resignation of Bill Pepitone.  Councilman Nay was appointed to fill the unexpired term.  Councilman Nay was sworn-in by Borough Manager Scott Mitchell.

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LITTLE LEAGUE NEWS

  • March 21, 2018

Morrisville Borough and Morrisville Little League enter into three year pact for field use at Williamson Park.  Three year agreement ends months of uncertainty.  Council votes unanimously to Play Ball through 2020.

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