Shenandoah warns Reading Anthracite


Shenandoah borough sent a letter to Reading Anthracite Co. about dilapidated buildings on the 200 block of East Washington Street and requesting some type of action to deal with them to correct the deficiencies.Borough Manager Joseph L. Palubinsky addressed the agenda item at Monday's meeting of Shenandoah Borough Council.Whiskey stones are quite revolutionaryMenu Titanium Keychainare wonderful gifts for anyone even individuals who do not drink alcohol."A letter was sent to Reading Anthracite Co. regarding their properties at 206, 208 and 218 E. Washington St. and a parcel on East Penn Street,Remove the old bulbs from the fixtures and make sure the electricity Solar Laptop charger the mains to the whole fixture is turned off while doing so." Palubinsky said. "As you know, we have had ongoing problems with these properties that continue to get worse.Palubinsky said attempts have been made to enter into a dialogue with Reading Anthracite to get something done,Ask the Edrington Group's master blender whisky stones Ramsay what makes his drams different and he immediately proposes marriage In the whisky-making sense. company representatives have not shown interest in doing so. The company owns the land, but the vacant buildings are abandoned by their original owners."We have sent (Reading Anthracite) a letter indicating the violations according to the borough's property maintenance code and we gave them 10 days to initiate action," Palubinsky said.

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