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Notice of Public Hearing

PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BY PENN TOWNSHIP ZONING HEARING BOARD Notice is hereby given that the Penn Township Zoning Hearing Board will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, February 9, 2022, at 7:00 p.m., at the Penn Township Municipal Building; 97 N. Penryn Rd., Manheim, PA 17545, to hear the following application:  Case […]

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Penn Township Adopts New Zoning Ordinance

At the Board of Supervisors meeting on January 10, 2022, the Township adopted a new Zoning Ordinance. To view the new ordinance, click here or visit https://ecode360.com/documents/PE3692/public/640288854.pdf. Mark Hiester Penn Township Manager

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Be a Litter Hawk – Keep PA Beautiful

The Litter Hawk Youth Award Program is a way for you to share your hope, optimism and concerns about litter, and inspire others to care for their community through art, words or video. Keep Pennsylvania Beautiful is counting on kids like you who care about having clean places to live and play. Visit keeppabeautiful.org under […]

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Fruitville Pike/Temperance Hill Rd/Holly Tree Rd intersection

On December 27, 2021 the Township Board of Supervisors conditionally approved the lowest responsive and responsible $1,135,329.50 base bid and a $297,535.00 (sewer) alternate component from Farhat Excavating, LL of Duncannon, PA – for a total project cost of $1,432,864.50. The work includes installing traffic signals and capped public sewer facilities – and related improvements […]

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License Your Dog in PA

All dogs three months or older must be licensed by Jan. 1 of each year. Violators can be cited with a maximum fine of $300 per violation plus court costs. An annual license is $8.50 and a lifetime license is $51.50. If the animal is spayed or neutered, the annual fee is $6.50 and lifetime […]

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Resolution Establishing Rules & Regulations for the Conduct at Public Meetings

The Sunshine Law allows the board to adopt rules and regulations necessary for the conduct of its meetings and the maintenance of order at meetings. Highlights of the approved resolution which took effect December 13, 2021 include: time to address the board will be limited to 3 minutes (exceptions may apply) the township is under […]

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Rags in Public Sewer System

Please stop putting cloth rags into the public sewer system, by flushing them down a toilet or other means. The rags are damaging to the treatment system causing unnecessary expense. It is illegal to put rags into the system. The Township will prosecute anyone putting rags into the system but prefers for the system users […]

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Secretary of Agriculture Shares Scary Thought Regarding Spotted Lanternfly

Secretary of Agriculture Shares Scary Thought  Agriculture Secretary Russell Redding shared some scary thoughts while reminding Pennsylvanians to be vigilant against the Spotted Lanternfly as the bugs begin laying eggs on flat surfaces to hatch in the spring.    “Every Spotted Lanternfly egg mass not scraped and destroyed now is up to 50 more of these invasive, destructive bugs we can expect to hatch […]

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America to celebrate 250 years in 2026

America250PA hopes to engage all citizens of the Commonwealth, from all 67 counties,  bring the Commonwealth’s history into the conversation so Pennsylvanians can better understand the origins and multiple perspectives of issues facing our Commonwealth & nation today,  use history to encourage and inspire future leaders,  celebrate the contributions of Pennsylvanians to our Commonwealth’s history […]

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Persevere PA – Crisis Counseling Program

This is the revised Crisis Counseling Program (CCP) Brochure which provides SAMHSA approved crisis counseling tele-health services, through the Center for Community Resources (CCR), and can be provided to people who need support related to the impacts of COVID-19. CCR provides the 24/7 Support and Referral Line that delivers the crisis counseling services. Natalie Herberg, […]

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