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911 is not a joke: Use it!

Oct 24

911 is not a joke: Use it!

For all residents of Media Borough: If you want to contact the police department, call 911. If it’s an emergency, call 911. If it’s not an emergency, call 911. In short, if you want to talk to the police department for any matter at all, call 911.  The Media Police Department has asked Borough Council and other organizations to convey this information...

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Borough Council Legislative Meeting Votes, November 17th, 2011: No tax hike, 3rd Street Dam Status

Nov 17

Borough Council Legislative Meeting Votes, November 17th, 2011: No tax hike, 3rd Street Dam Status

Borough Council met on Thursday, November 17th, 2011 at 7:30 PM. Jim Cunningham was absent from the meeting. All votes during the meeting were unanimously in the affirmative for all legislative actions. 3rd Street Dam Status Pete Alyanakian gave an update regarding the 3rd Street Dam committee. He indicated that the committee met on November 3rd regarding design...

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Media Borough Working Meeting Summary October 7th, 2010

Oct 07

Media Borough Working Meeting Summary October 7th, 2010

Here’s the things which matter to Media Residents discussed at the Media Borough Council working meeting October 7th, 2010: Property While nothing was said explicitly, apparently there is a buyer for 1 West State Street (formerly Brodeur’s, a.k.a. Old Borough Hall) Bob Linn of Linn Architects, as a visitor, proposed a minor change in the “New View...

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Media Borough coup d’état: Williamson

Sep 01

Media Borough coup d’état: Williamson

Part 7 of 7: Outlining the recent changes in Media Borough Council. (Part 1: Introduction, Part 2: Ms. Rehoric, Part 3: Ms. Roe, Part 4: Mr. Alyanakian, Part 5: Mr. Cunningham, Part 6: Mr. McMahon) Peter Williamson responded to former Borough Council member Brian Hall’s request for a statement regarding the recent changes in Borough Council. To put Mr....

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UPDATE: Alyanakian states we “can’t possibly understand”

Aug 27

UPDATE: Alyanakian states we “can’t possibly understand”

Media, PA News has been trying to get a hold of Borough Council President Pete Alyanakian by email since Monday, August 23rd. He expressed reluctance to communicate with us (see below), and as of 8:00PM Friday, August 27th, he has refused to answer the most basic questions about his policies, claiming the we “can’t possibly understand” his...

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