Canonsburg Council Agenda Posted, Vote on July 4 Chairs Expected

Here's what to expect at tonight's Canonsburg Council meeting.

Canonsburg Council will hold its regular monthly voting meeting at 7 p.m. tonight—Monday. Among the action items on the agenda is a motion on easing a restriction on when Fourth of July parade-goers can place their chairs along Pike Street.

The meeting starts at 7 p.m. and is open to the public.

Here's the agenda, courtesy of the Canonsburg borough website.

Call to order – Borough Council President

a) Moment of Silence 

b) Pledge of Allegiance

c) Roll Call


Kerry Fox, Washington County Redevelopment Authority

Richard Zollinger, borough sewer plant engineer

Public Comments (Please limit comments to three minutes)

Bid Openings

Sludge hauling and disposal for sewer plant

President’s Comments

Voting items

  1. Motion to approve the Sept. 17 meeting minutes of Canonsburg Borough Council
  2. Motion to limit placement of chairs along Fourth of July parade route to 6 a.m. July 2 or thereafter  
  3. Motion to approve borough engineer’s report for Oct. 1
  4. Motion to approve borough manager’s report for Oct. 1

Finance Report

a) Presentation of bills for approval – Rich Russo

  • 1.General Fund
  • 2.Waste Water Plant Operations
  • 3.Garbage Service
  • 4.Fireman Allocation
  • 5.I&I
  • 6.Capitol Projects

Unfinished Business

New Business

Executive Session (if necessary)



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