CLEARFIELD – Clearfield Borough Council met Thursday night for its monthly committee meetings.
The fire department would like to encourage residents who live near fire hydrants to please keep the hydrants clear of snow if need be.
Also, residents are encouraged to not park on the street if they don’t have to during inclement weather.
Assistant Police Chief Nate Curry would like to remind residents of the medication drop-off at the borough police station. There are also drop-offs at the Curwensville Borough and Lawrence Township police departments.
Curry also addressed council about updating the monitors and computer towers for the police department, as well as replacing the lights in some less frequently-used rooms with motion sensor lights, which will save money for the police department and borough in the long run.
Additionally, he encouraged the borough to look into ordering some rapid COVID tests that could be kept on-hand at the police department for staff.
Borough Operations Manager Leslie Stott said she would review the current budget to see if the requests could be fulfilled.
The borough would also like to remind residents that they have requested a study on the Nichols Street and Turnpike Avenue and Third and Cherry streets traffic lights. They are encouraging and accepting public comments about the project.