Cash Incentive Vaccines and Smoke Detectors at Beaver Falls City Council Meeting

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Story by Curtis Walsh – Beaver County Radio News Correspondent. Published January 11, 2021 at 8:25 P.M.

(Beaver Falls, PA) The newly reorganized Beaver Falls City Council met Tuesday evening for a meeting. It was announced that the city will be working with Allegheny Health Network for a vaccine clinic that will feature a cash incentive for those not vaccinated.  Also, the fire department would like the public to know that anyone in need of smoke detectors can acquire them and have them installed for free by contacting the department.  Fire Chief, Mark Stowe, relayed that the department responded to 102 building fires in 2021, resulting in $1,115,550 in losses, which is double the amount of 2020.  Council also approved the general fund expenditures at a total of $162,535.13 as well as two repository purchases at 814 3rd Avenue and 2805 College Avenue.