Clipped From Pittston Gazette
is - The Bust Nuisance. One of the borough councilmen was approached yesterday with the uuery What do the Borough authorities Intend to do this summer In order to overcome 'he dust nuisance?" The answer was pertinent and to the point, and at the same time went to show how backward the borough has been for many years, where affairs of J - eal benefit and necessity to the cltisenn tire concerned. "We can t do anything. As you know, I am one of the seven men elected on the reform plutform at the recent election. When we entered entered office there were so many things of real necessity to be done that we were at our wits' ends where to start first. Now, however, we have got a stark In the right direction. After, we get the town hall and sewer question off our hands, we will take up the mat ter or paving Main street In the meantime the people have seen nnd felt the effects of large clouds of dust lacing up and do.vn the thoroughfares for over twenty years, and they will have to stand, for It for another year at least"