At the Marlborough board of supervisors meeting last week, two topics that have brought concerned residents to recent meetings – dead trees and road dangers – were discussed.
Township Manager/Secretary/Treasurer Marybeth Cody reported that Public Works Director Steve Fulmer and representatives from PECO assessed problem trees in proximity to PECO's power lines in the township.
Cody relayed that PECO will be doing preventive maintenance during the first quarter of next year. "That's when they do the bulk of their tree removal," Cody said. "However, those few dead trees that are dangerous, they are inventorying them right now, and they're going to get back to us before 2023 on what they decide."
Cody said that Fulmer and PECO identified "about seven" trees on Swamp Creek Road– including at the corner of Geryville Pike and Swamp Creek Road, and Long Road as needing immediate attention.
In her monthly administrative report, Cody also noted that ...