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Vol. LXIV, No. 35
 
Wednesday, September 1, 2010
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UP AGAINST A (CONCRETE) WALL: It will be necessary to break through a concrete wall in order to access and repair a broken pipe that leaked sewage from the Community Park Pool’s men’s room into the facility’s filter room.

Sewage Spill in Community Park Pool Filter Room Is Due to an “Old and Tattered” Pipe in Men’s Room

Ellen Gilbert

While the excavation and repair of a recent men’s room leak at the Community Park Pool Complex remains to be done, Recreation Department Executive Director reported that quick action by the department ensured that use of the pool complex has not been compromised.

Dozens of Bats, Including a Rabid One, Found in Local Homes, Campus Buildings

Dilshanie Perera

Animal Control Officer Mark Johnson has reported seizing approximately two dozen bats over the past two to three weeks from homes in the Borough and Township, as well as buildings at the University. While most of the winged creatures have been benign, one captured in a house on Jefferson Road has recently tested positive for rabies.

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