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Please be advised:

Zoning Officer hours will take place on Monday, June 18, 2018 from 4:30p.m. to 7:30p.m. There will be no Zoning Officer hours on Tuesday, June 19, 2018.

 Please note:

Interim Zoning Officer R. Steve Dellinger – Cell phone # 717-919-2967

Email:  zoningofficer@conoytownship.org

Zoning Officer hours will remain the same – 4:30p.m. to 7:30p.m. on Tuesday evenings.

 

 

 

The Bureau of Dog Law Enforcement will be conducting a license canvas in Lancaster County on May 15th.  Multiple wardens will be going door to door educating dog owners as well as checking the status of their dog licenses and rabies vaccinations.

 

Lancaster dog licenses 2018

2018 Dog Licensing Campaign

GEARS Before-After School Care for Bainbridge Elementary Students

FYI Quarry Privately Owned

 

IMPORTANT – FOR YOUR INFORMATION:

Libres Law on Tethering 2017

 

From Met-Ed:

Within the next few weeks, Met-Ed will begin installing smart meters for ALL of our customers in the Lebanon/Lancaster/Dauphin Met-Ed service area (as well as the portion of Berks County served out of the Lebanon office: Bethel, Marion, Tulpehocken and Womelsdorf). Deployment will begin in May 2017 and will continue through April 2018. This step toward a more modernized electric system will enable automated meter readings and enhance our ability to respond to outages faster and more efficiently. Plus, once the meters are fully operational, customers will have access to more detailed energy information to help them better understand their electricity use – which means they can then make informed decisions on how to manage and control their electricity consumption.

Our Contractor, Wellington Energy, will soon be installing smart meters on the homes and in your community. To support the installation of this new technology, we will be sending customers information in the mail before meter installation occurs. Our customer contact center at 1-800-545-7741 is available to answer customers’ questions abo9ut the program and installation schedule.

Information on smart meter technology, security and privacy, safety and FAQs, and a schedule of our installation timeline by community is available at http://www.firstenergycorp.com/pasmartmeter

Met-Ed Smart Meter Installer Info

 

We now have two (2) Community Aid donation bins in Conoy Township. One is located at the Car Wash on 441 and the other is located at the Township Office. Please only place WEARABLE clothing and shoes in the bins. If you need assistance, please call John Shearer at (717) 449-1880.

Safety Preparation for High Winds and Thunderstorms

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Now Available at the Conoy Township Municipal Office:

Conoy Township: They Proudly Served – by Audrey Gates Snyder & Jane Andrews Sweigart – Cost is $35.00 (tax included) per book.

Stop in to get your copy today!!

 

 

Township History Books available for purchase at Conoy Township Municipal office.  Hardbound $45 plus tax =  $47.70  Softbound $32 plus tax = $33.92

 

Preliminary copies of the Flood Insurance Rate Map (FIRM) and Flood Insurance Study (FIS) report for Lancaster County, Pennsylvania (All Jurisdictions) available for “preview only” in Conoy Township office.

http://philadelphia.wheelsforwishes.org is a car donation program benefiting Make-A-Wish Philadelphia, Northern Delaware and Susquehanna Valley.  We are proud to offer an easy way to recycle or donate unwanted cars, trucks, motorcycles, SUV’s, RV’s, or even boats, by turning them into a wish for a local child.                                               phone # 1-855-344-9474

For more information about Low-income Home Energy Assistance Program, including income guidelines, visit www.pplelectric.com/heatinghelp

If you think heroin isn’t a problem in your community, think again. Cheaper than a six pack of beer, this drug is killing hundreds of Pennsylvanians each year – and the numbers continue to rise. This month, the Township Video News digs into the epidemic with its very first special report, “Heroin Hits Home.” Click here to watch this informative panel discussion and share it on social media with your friends and followers.

Also, because education is critical in fighting the war against this and other drugs, please consider watching “Heroin Hits Home”. To download the video file, go here and choose the “Download” button.

For more information or help, contact TVN Producer Jill Ercolino at jercolino@psats.org or (717) 763-0930, ext. 125.