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  • COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA FOR 6/4/24

    Pledge led by council president Pete Zazulak

    Visitors address council:

    Tax collector’s report:

    Police report:

    Municipal Authority report:

    Park report:  

    Maintenance report:

    Old business:     -fire house roof

                                  -Teague property

                                  -escrow $ for police station                               

    New business: -report from Upper Mt. Bethel community meeting dealing with ambulance service.                          

     Accept minutes and treasurer’s report

    Approval of invoices

    Council members input

    Adjourn the meeting.

  • COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA FOR 5/7/24

    Pledge led by the vice council president John Couch

    Visitors address council:

    Tax collector’s report:

    Police report:

    Municipal Authority report:

    Park report:  

    Maintenance report:

    Old business:  -Led street lights

                                -fire house roof

                                -tree removal

                                -Karen Lane agreed to be an alternate for the LVPC

                                 -street sweeping was done

    New business: -Townwide yard sale set for June 1st, rain date June 8

                                 -Mulch needed for garage area where sign is

     Accept minutes and treasurer’s report

    Approval of invoices

    Council members input

    Adjourn the meeting.

  • AMMENDED COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA FOR 4/2/24

    Pledge led by the council president Pete Zazulak
    Visitors address council: Pat Nicolettie from Blue Valley Rescue
    Tax collector’s report:
    Police report:
    Municipal Authority report:
    Park report: Park clean-up April 6 th 8AM till ?
    Maintenance report:
    Old business: -fire house roof
    -new police car
    -sale of 2019 police car
    -paperwork for tax duplication increase

    New business: – condolences for Derek Powell

    -mayor position

    -Removal of 2 trees at the Park

    Accept minutes and treasurer’s report
    Approval of invoices
    Council members input

    Adjourn the meeting.

  • East Bangor Park Cleanup

    East Bangor Park clean up will be held on Saturday, April 6th, 8 am. Come one, Come all and give a hand cleaning up our park.

  • East Bangor Street Sweeping

    East Bangor street sweeping is scheduled for Monday and Tuesday April 23rd and 24th. Please sweep any sidewalk cinders to the road.

  • COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA FOR 4/2/24

    Pledge led by the council president Pete Zazulak
    Visitors address council: Pat Nicolettie from Blue Valley Rescue
    Tax collector’s report:
    Police report:
    Municipal Authority report:
    Park report: Park clean-up April 6 th 8AM till ?
    Maintenance report:
    Old business: -fire house roof
    -new police car
    -sale of 2019 police car
    -paperwork for tax duplication increase

    New business: – condolences for Derek Powell

    -mayor position

    Accept minutes and treasurer’s report
    Approval of invoices
    Council members input

    Adjourn the meeting.

  • March 5th Borough Council Meeting Amended Agenda

    COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA FOR 3/5/24 (Amended)

    Pledge led by the council president Pete Zazulak

    Visitors address council:

    Tax collector’s report:

    Police report:

    Municipal Authority report:

    Park report:  

    Maintenance report:

    Old business:  -Led street lights

                                -fire house roof

                                -Turkdal subdivision

                                -new police car

    New business: – zoom meeting with NJDot about rock wall

                                -River Pointe Logistics meeting sharing

                                 -Tax collector bond

                                 -Hiring of new police officer

     Accept minutes and treasurer’s report

    Approval of invoices

    Council members input

    Adjourn the meeting.

  • COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA FOR 3/5/24

    Pledge led by the council president Pete Zazulak
    Visitors address council:
    Tax collector’s report:
    Police report:
    Municipal Authority report:
    Park report:
    Maintenance report:
    Old business: -Led street lights
    -fire house roof
    -Turkdal subdivision
    -new police car

    New business: – zoom meeting with NJDot about rock wall
    -River Pointe Logistics meeting sharing
    -Tax collector bond
    Accept minutes and treasurer’s report
    Approval of invoices
    Council members input

    Adjourn the meeting.

  • East Bangor Water Authority

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    East Bangor Borough Authority Water Survey 

    Important: This is a mandate by the United States Environmental Protection Agency, the authority 

    must provide a spreadsheet to the EPA with all service fine information by October 16, 2024. 

    The East Bangor Authority is requesting your input for a survey, this survey will take about 10 minutes and will help us identify and ultimately remove lead service lines from the existing infrastructure. 

    GET THE LEAD OUT! 

    If you need further assistance, you can contact us by email, ebmadmin@ptd.net or phone 570-856-4527 or mail to East Bangor Municipal Authority, P.O. Box 539 East Bangor, Pa. 18013. 

    You will be asked to: 

    Enter your contact information Identify your service lines 

    And upload a picture 

    If you need further assistance, please indicate that in the following steps and a representative will contact you. 

    Description content for the survey follows

    First Name

    Last Name

    Physical Address

    Please enter the address for the home being surveyed 

    Phone Number

    Please enter a phone number where you can be contacted 

    Email

    Please enter an email address where you can be contacted 

    TO DETERMINE THE MATERIAL OF YOUR WATER SERVICE LINE YOU WILL NEED TO

    • Locate the servce line pipe as it enters your home from an exterior wall or floor (can be in crawl space or basement) 

    Lightly scratch the pipe with a coin (like a lottery ticket) and check with a magnet 

    Load 

    A dull, silver-gray color that is easily scratched with a com Use a magnet – strong magnets will not cling to lead pipes 

    Galvanized 

    A dull, silver-gray color Use a magnet – strong magnets wi typically cling to galvanized pipes 

    Copper 

    The color of a copper penny 

    Plastic 

    Vins, nyd pipe that is joined to water supply 

    pping with a clamp 

    Types of water pipes 

    Follow the guidance below or contact u Icensed plumber to determine the materia of your water pipes To identify the material of your service pipe material on private property, check your household water service connection, typically located in the basement 

    Homeowners should idently and replace old household pipes, particularly galvanized plumbing and sources of lead. The type of household plumbing can vary throughout your household 

    Material Type: 

    Please select the material of your pipe. Wash hands after inspecting pipe. 

    LEAD: if the pipe is DULL, SILVER, GRAY COLOR and a coin scratch is SHINY SILVER (IS NOT Magnetic) 

    Magnetic) 

    Magnetic) 

    Magnetic) 

    GALVANIZED: if the pipe is a DULL, SILVER-GRAY COLOR (IS 

    COPPER: if the pipe and scratch is the color of a PENNY (IS NOT 

    PLASTIC: if the pipe is BLUE, WHITE, or BLACK (IS NOT 

    I NEED HELP 

    TO DETERMINE THE ENTRY POINT OF YOUR WATER SERVICE CONSULT THE AERIAL IMAGE SHOWN BELOW

    The front of your building is the face of your building you see when looking at it from its addressed street. 

    The sides are therefore respective from the front of the building. 

    The rear is opposite of the front 

    • Locate the service line pipe as it enters your home from the an exterior wall or floor (can be in a crawl space or basement) match that with your respective side of your building. 

    REAR 

    Service Line Entry Location: Please indicate where your 

    water service line enters your building/house 

    Front Side of Building 

    FRONT 

    SIDE 

    STREET 

    OF YOUR ADDRESS 

    Rear Side of Building 

    Right Side of Building 

    Left Side of Building 

    Unknown 

    Other 

    Please take a picture of your service line where it enters 

    your home, only if possible and email it to ebmadmin@ptd.net; be sure to include the service address in the subject line

    Do you know the size of your service line

    Please select the size of your pipe. If your aren’t sure, please select UNKNOWN 

    3/4 inch 

    1 inch 

    Unknown 

    Other 

    Service Line Installation Date

    Please enter the date, year, or estimated date range when the service line was installed or replaced. 

    Year Your Home Was ConstructedPlease enter the estimated year your home was built:

  • EAST BANGOR COUNCIL MEETING 2/6/24

    Pledge led by the council president Pete Zazulak

    Visitors address council:

    Tax collector’s report:

    Police report:

    Municipal Authority report:

    Park report:  

    Maintenance report:

    Old business:  -Led street lights

                                -fire house roof improvement contract

                                -water discharge into street

                                -Turkdal subdivision

                                – Cemetery snow removal indemnification agreement

                                -EBB-Bangor Boro. Indemnification agreement

    New business: – raising of tax duplication rate

                                  -new vehicle lease & sale of old police vehicle

                                   Update SAM for Federal Grants (cost about $500)

    Accept minutes and treasurer’s report

    Approval of invoices

    Council members input

    Adjourn the meeting.