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Road Closing – Junction Road

Junction Road, from Auction Road to Landisville Road (East Hempfield Township), will be closed to through traffic on Tuesday, October 27th, during daytime hours. The closing is for base and road repair of sections. Emergency vehicle, school buses, and mail carriers can get through, with a little care. Daryl J. Lefever Public Works Director Penn […]

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Youthrules!

YouthRules! is an initiative to promote positive and safe work experiences for teens by distributing information about young workers to youth, parents, employers and educators. Components of the initiative include a website, printed materials, outreach events, training seminars and partnering activities. Every year, millions of teens work in part-time or summer jobs. Early work experiences […]

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Move Over Fact Sheet 2020

Move Over for Pennsylvania Emergency Responders and Roadway Workers Each day, tow truck operators, firefighters, EMS workers, police officers, fire police and others respond on Pennsylvania roadways to assist others. These emergency responders face danger while working at emergency scenes from what are known as “D” drivers… drivers that are Drunk, Drugged, Drowsy, Distracted or […]

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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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Dog Law Legislation

The Bureau of Dog Law Enforcement is in great danger of disappearing due to lack of funding.  Please find legislation being introduced below by Senator Judy Schwank (SB 663) and Representative Eddie Day Pashinski (HB 1504) to help solve this problem. SB 663 – https://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/legis/PN/Public/btCheck.cfm?txtType=PDF&sessYr=2019&sessInd=0&billBody=S&billTyp=B&billNbr=0663&pn=0805 HB 1504 – https://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/legis/PN/Public/btCheck.cfm?txtType=PDF&sessYr=2019&sessInd=0&billBody=H&billTyp=B&billNbr=1504&pn=1889 Megan Horst | Region 7 Dog […]

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2021 Budget Workshops

The Penn Township Board of Supervisors will hold public 2021 budget meetings at 5:30pm on September 28, October 13, October 26, November 9, and November 23. The board is also expected to hold a 2021 final budget hearing at its 7pm, Monday, December 14, 2020 meeting at 97 N. Penryn Rd., Manheim, PA. Mark Hiester, […]

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Road Closing – Woodlot Rd

Woodlot Road, from Fruitville Pike to Lititz Road, and Bucknoll Road, from Holly Tree Road to Fruitville Pike, will be closed to all through traffic on Wednesday, August 26th and Thursday August 27th, during daytime hours. The closing is for the paving of Woodlot Road and a portion of Bucknoll Road. Emergency vehicles and mail […]

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2021 State Transportation 12 year program

The State Transportation Commission, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, and Pennsylvania’s Metropolitan and Rural Planning Organizations are excited to announce the 2021 12-Year Transportation Program (TYP) is available for you to view. The TYP is PennDOT’s mid-range planning tool used to match available monies with transportation projects statewide. It is scheduled over a 12-year period […]

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Detour Planned for Roundabout Project at Woodcrest Ave./W. Sixth St. in Lancaster County

Harrisburg, PA – Motorists in Lancaster County are advised a detour is planned at a roundabout construction project at the intersection of Woodcrest Avenue (Route 4022) and West Sixth Street in Warwick Township near Lititz Borough. Weather permitting, on Monday, July 6, Woodcrest Avenue, a state road, and West Sixth Street, a municipal road, will […]

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COVID-19 Relief Statewide Small Business Assistance

COVID-19 Relief Statewide Small Business Assistance Program The COVID-19 public health crisis has impacted every Pennsylvanian in every community. The recently enacted state budget includes $2.6 billion in federal stimulus funds through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES). Within this allocation, the Department of Community and Economic Development has been allocated $225 […]

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