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The Ridgway Borough Council met Monday to field comments from the public, as well as to discuss new payment options for the borough's water bills, and various updated fees in the borough.
The council started the meeting by taking concerns from two residents into consideration. Sean Robinson and Aimee Coder were the two residents to speak at the meeting, both of them speaking on separate issues with the streets that they currently live on.
Robinson spoke first to address an issue along East Avenue. According to Robinson, cars travel at highway speed on the street that is home to 14 children, and a nursery school.
"Cars treat it as a raceway," Robinson told the council.