On June 30, 2021, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf signed into law Act 65 of 2021, which amends Pennsylvania’s Sunshine Act (65 Pa. C.S. § 701 et seq.) to require “public agencies,” including municipalities and school districts, to publish a meeting agenda detailing issues expected to be deliberated and voted on at the meeting, at least 24 hours prior to the public meeting.  These new restrictions do not make last-minute changes to the agenda impossible, but do require additional steps.

The meeting agenda must be posted at both the location of the meeting and the principal office of the public agency. Additionally, the public agency will be required to provide copies of the agenda to individuals in attendance at the meeting.  If the public agency has a publicly accessible internet website, the public agency must post the agenda, which includes a listing of each matter of the public agency’s business that will be or may be the subject of deliberation or official action at the meeting, on the website no later than 24 hours in advance of the time of the convening of the meeting.


Below will be the Agenda posted prior to each meeting. A copy of the each meetings agenda will be posted at the Borough office, as well as beside the sign in sheet.

*Starting in October of 2021 Borough Council will ask everyone in attendance, regardless of vaccination status to wear a mask during these public monthly meetings.