The Sugarcreek Police Department is confirming that letters received by residents within the Rocky Grove area about plugging wells are legitimate after concerns they may be a scam. The company Seneca Resources is contracted to plug wells within city limits and if you have a private water system you should follow the instructions included within the letter. Further questions can be answered by contacting the Sugarcreek Borough Administration Office at (814)432-4717.
A project to replace traffic signals in Meadville’s downtown business district is underway. Intersections on Water Street, Arch Street, Chestnut Street, and Center Street will have their signals fully replaced by Bronder technical Services with newer LED traffic and pedestrian signals and undergo sidewalk and curb repair and replacement. For further information contact the office of Meadville City Manager Andy Walker at (814)333-3310.
In State News, Attorney General Josh Shapiro has filed a lawsuit against Philadelphia based M&B Multi Services for price gouging during the COVID-19 Pandemic. The company has sold eight ounce bottles of hand sanitizer for as much as $75.80 over Amazon.