Borough manager speaks to Lions Club

Jess Novinger, right, Milton Borough manager, spoke to the Milton Lions Club at a recent meeting concerning ‘the state of the borough.’ She has been borough manager since June 24, having replaced Chuck Beck. Novinger reviewed major projects currently underway in Milton. Full funding should soon be in place from three grants, totally $2.8 million, to rebuild Marsh Road and provide direct access to Route 147 from the industrial park. The former Crest Homes property in the industrial park has been sold to Custom Container Solutions. Using CDBG funds, the three pavilions in Brown Avenue Park will be updated and two new ones constructed. Work has begun with SEDA-COG to obtain funding for the rehabilitation of homes of lower income residents. A graduate of Selinsgrove Area High School and West Virginia University, Novinger resides outside Sunbury with her husband and two children. She is shown with Joan Catherman, club program chair.

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