Michael Caschera was re-elected president and Michael Rodgers vice president of DuBoistown Borough Council during its annual reorganization meeting Thursday.
"Thanks for having enough confidence in me to bring me back," Caschera told council following the 4-0 vote to re-elect him.
Voting yes were Mark Shultz, James Barger, Norman Cowden and Paul McKinley.
Caschera said he wants council committees to hold more meetings. In many cases, he explained, issues are being brought before council before any committee meetings are held.
He said he also hopes to have committee reports turned in to council.
Shultz, Barger and Cowden were sworn in by Mayor Louis Plankenhorn for their next terms of office.
Council re-appointed McKinley as borough fire chief.
In other matters, council agreed to begin holding meetings on the first Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m.
Council traditionally has met the first Thursday of each month, but Caschera said some councilmen have been unable to regularly attend meetings on that night.
Councilmen Michael Rodgers and John McCormick were absent from Thursday's meeting. But, at various times, other council members have missed the Thursday meetings.
"We need council people here," Caschera said.
He said council will meet on the first Tuesdays beginning in March.
"Let's try it for six months," he said.
Council discussed seeking bids for renovations of sewer lines in the Arlington Street area. Street paving also needs to be done there.
Council noted upcoming sidewalk work at the Mosquito Creek Bridge. Traffic will be detoured in that area during the work.
Council met in executive session following the meeting to discuss legal matters.