Tower City trash prompts concerns

TOWER CITY - Numerous residents addressed the borough council at its Monday night meeting to voice their concern over trash accumulating on several properties and about the lack of code enforcement by police, but no action was taken.

Council President Bruce Schneck told the citizens that there won't be any "give or take" or discussion and that the council will take the comments under advisement.

All citizens were allowed to speak for five minutes.

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