The bocce court at Hilltop Park in Collier was expected to be completed this week, and work also has been done to stabilize the Discovery Path, a trail that begins at the park.
Collier manager Kyle Thauvette reported that update at the commissioners’ March 8 meeting, where the board also heard some concerns about road conditions.
Resident Lisa Loniero asked when work would start on Prestley Street Extension. Part of the street is falling away and it is riddled with potholes, she said.
"It's really bad," she said.
She also asked when Delfred and Darlington roads would be paved because of work on waterlines that has been done in that area. Officials said roadwork would start when the weather allows.
Karen McLaughlin thanked officials for addressing concerns about Beram Avenue, which included parking problems, high grass and weeds, and rodents and snakes.
Mr. Thauvette said township employees now have photo identification badges to identify workers to residents.
He also said the township is updating its website and residents can sign up to receive emails, and he noted that Collier now has a Facebook page.
It was announced that the Collier Township Historical Society is looking for volunteers and seeking items and information to help expand its collection.
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