The Crafton Borough Council approved a Broadhead Sewer Separation plan that will keep parts of North Emily and North Linwood streets and Crennel Avenue as brick-paved streets.
This plan was adopted due to the fondness for brick-paved streets held by Crafton residents and members of the council.
Resident Greg Wozniak voiced his support for brick streets before this decision was made and on behalf of a few other residents attending the July 13 meeting.
He wanted the council to “just flat out keep brick streets,” adding that “the charm of the streets is really important to people.”
Wozniak also mentioned that brick streets last longer and require less maintenance.
In other Crafton news:
Crafton Borough awarded the Johnston Street Sewer Project contract to Oriris on the recommendation of the Borough’s engineer. The contract is worth $148,975.
Bids for the pool house renovation will be going out soon.
Resident Cody Sheets was appointed as an alternate member of the Civil Service Commission. The term expires Feb. 1, 2029.
Story information compiled by Sam Bigham.