Brookville, PA – Brookville Council will try to resolve a maintenance dispute involving the borough’s baseball fields.

The Brookville Area Little League has had control of maintenance and leasing of the fields to other organizations but there’s been disagreement over fees and responsibilities each organization has for using the fields.

At last night’s council meeting, borough solicitor Jim Dennison said there should be previous agreements in place that involve the high school, Little League and the Brookville Grays.

Council’s parks committee plans to meet with the groups in two weeks.

Listen to the coverage from reporter John Pozza.

Council also approved advertising for bids on this year’s paving projects. Streets targeted include Depot, Marlin, Anderson Alley, North Barnett, Brush, Fourth, Craig, Thompson, Long Avenue and Central Ave.

Borough manager Dana Schreckengost said the borough thus far received only one job application to be a lifeguard this summer at the Dr. Walter Dick Park. Four lifeguards are needed, but she said if the borough can’t get them, there won’t be any swimming at the park this year.

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