Board of Health orders cleanup of youth center
According to the story, the Board of Health immediately sent workers to investigate after receiving a report from newly-appointed Youth Director Robert Kraft that mouse droppings, old rugs and expired foods may present potential health hazards.
An outside crew was brought in to clean the youth center in response to the report, and city Councilman Jon Kearney met with Kraft and found that the building was "extremely dilapidated," the story stated.
Borough administrator Terence Wall applauded the quick response of the Board of Health, Kraft and city officials, the story added.
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