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Written by Mark Nolan, Correspondent
February 21, 2024

            At the February 14 Upper Frederick Board of Supervisors meeting, members voted to authorize the livestreaming of board meetings on YouTube and discussed the fate of a local schoolhouse.

            Before any motion could be made on livestreaming, Supervisor Sean Frisco expressed strong reservations about the need to do so. His concerns included: retention requirements, additional labor for township staff, viewership, and managing public comment.

            Chairman William Landman said that he views livestreaming as a public service, allowing residents to participate in meetings from their homes.

            Landman and Vice-chair Lisa Fischer stated that a resident expressed strong interest in Zoom participation at the previous meeting.

            Fischer felt that ...



Written by Ernie Quatrani, Correspondent
February 21, 2024

            Issues related to Lake Skymount took up a significant amount of time at the Marlborough supervisors regular monthly meeting on Feb. 14.

            The good news at Skymount was that Public Works Director Steve Fulmer uncovered an unused asphalt basketball court and a full-size tennis court at the park. The courts have been covered by vegetation and sediment for years.

           "It's not in as bad a condition as you would anticipate," said Fulmer.

           Supervisor Brian Doremus stated that the courts were constructed when Skymount was used as a summer camp. "They're going to take some work, but I think they're salvageable," he said.

            Burt Shive, a member of the park and recreation board, related that the committee has ...



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