Councilors Get Heated On Vacation Policies

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In other news, Mayor Natalie Wilmoth thanked Union City’s Police Department for National Night Out which took place on Tuesday, August seventh.

Borough Secretary, Cindy Wells, brought to light the need to fix the Union City Museum’s roof because it is leaking. The council agreed they would not like anything to be ruined inside and will get an estimate soon. Wells did say the museum offered to pay a portion of the cost, but there was no definite amount.

On a more positive note, Wells informed the council of a grant she applied for and received from Keep PA Beautiful. By applying for this grant, Wells received a gift card and twenty gallons of paint. Wells put in for the grant to help a member of the community, who is not aware that she obtained the grant, as of Tuesday’s meeting. In closing of this part of the meeting, Wells declared that volunteers will be needed for the project; however, Brittany Prischak may be able to help in that department.

UC Pride also received a grant for new signs within the town. After reviewing some samples, the council agreed they would like to see green (the school’s primary color) incorporated throughout the signs. Wachter brought up some important questions such as: “What will the signs be made of? Who will maintain the signs? What will the lifespan of the signs be?” and so on. With these thoughts in mind, the council agreed more detail is needed before approval is given to UC Pride.

Later in the meeting, Councilor Dan Hoban and Mayor Natalie Wilmoth were appointed to the Personnel Committee. New member, Riley Cross, was also named Co-Director of Parks and Recreation until Dustin Kolaja can officially “show him the ropes” as President Daniel Brumagin pointed out.

In a more heated discussion, the council brought to light a vacation policy set up in a previous meeting. The policy stated that members of the company had to give thirty-day notice for vacation. Councilor Emmet McGuire felt that this new policy was not right because it was implemented half-way through the year, not giving the employees enough time to even fit their needed vacation. Council members went back-and-forth discussing why the policy was necessary (e.g. structure and planning). Hoban, however, believed the entire situation was being “blown out of proportion” because “things come up.” There is no way to plan life thirty days in advance; so, when “things come up, you work them out.”

Toward the end of the meeting, it was discussed that Wells and the Chief of Police, David Pernice, would like to fix the pedestrian crossing areas near the school. To make them more visible, Pernice suggested that the word “slow” be painted on the road. Pernice said that drivers are more likely to look at the road in-front of them, rather than reading the signs on either side of the road. Wells and Pernice still must talk to PennDOT to ensure this action can be taken.