Details for PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE
PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE is hereby given that at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, February 25, 2020, a Public Hearing will be held by the Newville Borough Council at 4 West Street, Newville, Pennsylvania 17241. The purpose of the Public Hearing will be to review Ordinance 2020-02 which is an Ordinance combining Ordinances 2017-07 and 2018-05 and also includes the amendment previously advertised as Ordinance 2020-01. Ordinance 2020-02 addresses the parking and one-way streets within the Borough, specifically the definitions, coupe/sedan parking only locations, no parking areas, parking violations, one-way streets, enforcement and fines. It also removes four "coupe or sedan only" signs from the intersection at West Big Spring Avenue and Fairfield/Vine, removes two "coupe or sedan only" signs from 53 South High and 25 West Main where additional handicap spaces were placed, removes two "coupe or sedan only" signs from 58 South High due to the change in traffic patterns. It also adds the specific no parking areas on both sides of West Street from Main Street to the Newville Elementary School for 8:45 a.m. until 4:15 p.m. Monday through Friday on days when school is in session, which was previously advertised as Amendment 2020-01. Following the Public Hearing, the Council of the Borough of Newville may consider and adopt the Ordinance. If adopted, the effective date of the Ordinance would be February 25, 2020. A copy of the Ordinance is available upon request by contacting Lindsay A. Williamson, Borough Secretary, at 776-7633, 4 West Street, Newville, Pennsylvania 17241. Marcus A. McKnight, III, Esq., IRWIN & MCKNIGHT, P.C., Solicitor of the Borough of Newville.
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