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Hearing will be held January 9th , 2019 7:00 PM at Township Building
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Board of Supervisors Meetings The Board of Supervisors meet the third Monday of each month at 7:30 pm at the Township Building located at 54 Waterford Road, Dalton, PA. The public is always invited to attend these meetings to discuss Township issues and concerns. Please call ahead if you would like to be placed on the agenda.
Schedule of 2019 Meetings: Re-org- Jan 7,General Meetings Jan 22 Feb 19, Mar 18, Apr 15, May 20, June 17, July 15, Aug 19, Sept 16,Oct 21,Nov 18,Dec 16 Reorganization Meeting January 6 2020
Precision National Plating – to view current test results on wells here is the website
Pennsylvania Act 44 Municipalities Pension Trust Disclosure Form Link Act 44 Pension Disclosure Link 2017.pdf
Due to the 911 Addressing Project you may need to update your address with the Lackawanna County Assessor’s Office! Click on PDF File for details! Changing your address with the LC Tax Collector.pdf
Emergency Phone Call Information: In the event of an emergency tell the 911 operator that you live in Glenburn Township along with your street address even though your address may say Dalton, Clarks Summit or Waverly. This is helpful to the dispatchers in locating your residence.
Lackawanna County Events – Check the Lackawanna County Website for Arts and Culture Events, Park Programs, Trails, Libraries and other Countywide programs. Follow this link: www.LackawannaCounty.org
Link to Countryside Conservancy – www.countrysideconservancy.com
Link to most current SAPA Plan – Adjusted SAPA Plan.pdf
Link to Abington Area Community Classroom –https://abingtonareacommunityclassroom.wordpress.com/
The Township Secretary is also the “Right to Know” officer. The State Office of Open Records is located in the Commonwealth Keystone Building, 400 North St., Plaza Level, Harrisburg, PA 17120. The phone number is: 717-346-9903. The Website is: www.openrecords.pa.gov. The email is firstname.lastname@example.org. To get a “Right to Know Form” Click Form-Uniform-Request-1.pdf
The Department of Environmental Protection is excited to share with our residents the recently released materials that may be helpful to all to help protect our homes and the environment from home heating oil spill. this website is very useful.
Copies of the updated material is available on the newly launched Home Heating Oil webpage. www.dep.pa.gov/homeheatoil
Open link to read about the safety and importance of checking for RADON in our homes at DEP Jan 2 2019 RADON