The Petersburg Borough Assembly will meet Monday at noon for a regular meeting.
They will hold a public hearing about putting an issue on the ballot for voters in this fall’s municipal election. The measure would allow people running for volunteer borough offices to be exempt from disclosing personal financial information.
Up for its third and final reading is an ordinance that would make changes to the Fiscal Year 2016 budget. The changes include funding an additional $80,000 in sewer work on Haugen Drive. The work would replace man holes and other infrastructure for the utility lines on Haugen Drive. The money would come from reserves from the waste water department.
Other budget changes would allow for purchase of back up computers for the water and waste water departments along with replacement of corroded water boxes discovered during the repaving and utility work on Nordic and Haugen drives.
The fiscal year runs from July 1, 2015 to June 30, 2016.
Assembly members are also scheduled to hear a report from an auditor working on the upcoming borough audit.
Assembly member John Havrilek is proposing a discussion regarding the Neighborhood Watch and Crime Stoppers Program. He would like to start a program in the community and Police Chief Kelly Swihart is supporting the idea.
Again, the assembly meeting will start Monday at noon in assembly chambers.
KFSK will be broadcasting the meeting live.