By RICHARD F. BELISLE
Staff Writer, Waynesboro
GREENCASTLE, Pa. - About 40 South Carlisle Street property owners learned Wednesday night that they will receive letters from the Borough Council telling them to build curbs and sidewalks in front of their homes.
The announcement, made by Borough Manager Kenneth Myers, drew an outcry from homeowners who said they don't want or need sidewalks.
As explained by borough and Pennsylvania Department of Transportation officials, the state will rebuild South Carlisle Street this summer.
Borough rules, in effect since 1991, require homeowners to install curbs and sidewalks in front of their homes at their own expense wherever streets are rebuilt.