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Written by Sergei Blair, Correspondent
March 25, 2015

Says misinformation about his vision for the borough

is used as scare tactic for upcoming election season

                East Greenville officials are not engaged in an active campaign to leave the Upper Perk Police Department, according to its mayor who categorically rejected rumors that have been circulating on an anonymous social media page. 

                Mayor Ryan Sloyer made the statement, Tuesday evening, in response to the latest Facebook post accusing him of looking for candidates for the upcoming election cycle who would support him in his effort to split from a joint partnership with Pennsburg and create the borough's own independent police department.

                "I'm not so concerned about somebody creating a Facebook page and really, in my eyes, I'm not going to waste more time on somebody that's a coward to have it posted and not include their name with it," Sloyer said....



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