During a brief regular meeting Monday, Youngsville Borough Council approved two measures and heard updates on a handful of ongoing issues.
A cooperative agreement with other local law enforcement agencies was approved unanimously.
The agreement will provide a framework for a new incarnation of the Warren County Drug Task Force.
The task force dissolved with the transition to a new district attorney in January. The agreements with the entities involved in the task force were all in former-District Attorney Ross McKeirnan's name and therefore were void when District Attorney Rob Greene took office.
Council also approved a rate change for acceptance of wastewater.
Currently, the borough accepts wastewater from the Brokenstraw Valley Area Authority for treatment at its plant at a rate of $7.77 per unit. Council approved increasing that figure to $8.16 per unit.
The borough's contract with the authority permits an incremental rate increase, but requires that it be passed by April.
Borough Manager Lisa Hagberg reported light poles which were to be installed as part of the borough's streetscape project had not yet been delivered. The poles were slated to be installed on Monday.
Spring clean-up in the borough is scheduled for May 3. Hagberg announced the fee schedule for disposal of materials will remain at last year's level. She also announced the Friends of the Brokenstraw Valley Swimming Pool will be collecting scrap during the clean up.
Hagberg reported the borough has been in communication with the U.S. Postal Service about moving a post office box on Railroad Street.
Council member Colette Nelson reported the borough's recreation commission will be holding a "Night at the Races" fundraiser on May 2.
Nelson also reported the fitness program at Island Park is doing well, with evening classes full.
"(It's) going much better than we had anticipated," she said.
The borough received a letter from Love, Inc., requesting sponsorship for a golf scramble on May 10. Council took no action on the letter.
Hagberg noted an art and wine event is scheduled for April 5 at the Youngsville Volunteer Fire Department.
It was announced that, with the milder weather, the borough is beginning to fill potholes.
Hagberg reported that, at the end of February, the borough had $1,068,005.06 in its accounts.