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Carlisle Borough Council will convene a Council Meeting on Thursday, February 11, 2021 at 7:00 PM. This meeting will be conducted in person and virtually using Zoom. Town Hall will be limited to 25 persons. If you would like to attend the meeting via Zoom, please email the Borough Secretary, Joyce Stone (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the Zoom sign-in registration information required to attend the meeting. All emails must be received by Thursday, February 11, 2021 by 4:00 PM.
Persons requiring special accommodations should contact the Assistant Borough Manager at 717-240-6921, 48 hours prior to the public meeting. Telecommunications device for the deaf (TTY) users may contact this number by using the Pennsylvania Relay System at 800-654-5894.
The Council meeting agenda will be available on the Borough’s website at www.carlislepa.org and Facebook page. Borough citizens may submit questions or comments by email to the Borough Secretary, Joyce Stone (email@example.com) by 4:00 PM on February 11, 2021.
Public Hearing: Borough Council will hold a public hearing for the purposes of receiving public comment on a proposed local economic development liquor license request by Pompei LLC for use at a restaurant to be located at, or near, the corner of A Street and Carlisle Springs Road (Northside Village). The Public Hearing's comment period is specific to individuals residing within the Borough of Carlisle.
Police and Fire Department Awards: The Carlisle Borough Police Department will present its Life Saving Awards, Citizen Service Awards, and Officer of the Year Awards. The Fire Department will also present unit citation awards.
Public Safety: Borough Council may approve the purchase of two 2021 Hybrid Police Interceptor utility vehicles for the Carlisle Borough Police Department's fleet. The 2021 to 2025 Capital Improvement Project budget and the approved Fiscal Year 2021 budget both include the purchase of new vehicles. The department changes two cares per year. They are in the process of moving to an all hybrid vehicle fleet and these two new vehicles will mean half the fleet is hybrid. At the current rate, the entire fleet will be hybrid by 2024.
Public Works: Borough Council may consider adopting an ordinance accepting the portion of East Baltimore Street from South Spring Garden Street east to the Borough's border with South Middleton Township and other public infrastructure constructed by Carlisle United Methodist Church as part of the Carlisle United Methodist Church Land Development Plan.