Issues Addressed at UC Borough Council by Jasmine Deserae

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by Jasmine Deserae

Staff Writer

UNION CITY – At last night’s Borough Council meeting, the board discussed issues within the town. First to be discussed was a barn falling in on Waterford Street. The council agreed to give the owner until Spring to tear it down but assumed the Winter season would naturally take care of it.

Mayor Natalie Wilmoth brought to the council’s attention a concerned community member who has a plan for the town. The member desires to start a community watch program; however, there is no formal planning as of now.

Wilmoth also informed the council of a call from the high school superintendent Mr. Bennett. Bennett thought it was important that the council was aware the school will not be renewing the officers’ contracts. Unfortunately, the school did not receive a grant that generally helps cover the expenses.

Secretary Cindy Wells was happy to report the dangerous overhang at 92 South Main Street has been removed. Wells did need guidance from the group about filing a lien on the property. Tim Wachter had recommended not filing because the likelihood of getting their money back is low. The council seemed to agree with Wachter, but after a comment from Police Chief David Pernice, the group changed their minds.

Wells also brought pictures of UC Pride’s sign. The sign will help visitors and community members find important places throughout town. Altogether, the sign is ten feet high. Riley Cross did mention that the term “baseball fields” would be confusing due to the high school and little league fields. The council recognized this and made note of the needed change.

Other events happening in town start tonight. At 6:00 PM, there will be a Domestic Violence meeting to address domestic violence and teen dating. The meeting would take place in the high school’s LGI. On Halloween, “Treats in the Street,” (parade and costume judging) will begin at 5:00 PM and end at 6:30 PM.

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  1. As far as a resource officer is concerned
    I understand everything takes money but this feels unacceptable.
    Have we learned nothing from other school shootings and their communities When interviewed the first thing they say is”we never thought it could happen here”
    We do have a great community but don’t we owe it to our children to do everything possible to protect them! Wouldn’t are children feel safer?
    I do not have children in school anymore but I for one would do anything to protect the children in our community
    I know this means we have to be realistic about funds.
    Is there only one grant available? Is there anything else our community can do?