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PennDOT - District 6 News

...project is expected to be completed in late 2023. Subscribe to PennDOT news and traffic alerts in Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties at www.penndot.gov/District6. Motorists can check conditions on...

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Upper Chichester Township Parks & Recreation Reopening Guidelines

For more information regarding Pennsylvania's expanded reopening guidelines visit the PRPS website below https://prps.org/common/Uploaded%20files/COVID%20documents/PRPS%20Expanded%20Reopening%20Guidelines%2020200603.pdf...

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Pennsylvania Primary Rescheduled to June 2

...Mail-In application.  Please submit an email or send a letter to the Bureau of Elections that your circumstances changed and you still want to vote by mail and we will...

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Pollutant Reduction Plan

...written letter via email to gneedles@upperchitwp.org or U.S.P.S mailed to P.O Box 2187 Upper Chichester PA 19061 and addressed to "George Needles, Township Manager". Comments will be received from September...

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Job Opening - Finance Director

...job description available below. Please email cover letter, resume, and salary history to: George L. Needles III, MBA, Township Manager, Upper Chichester Township at gneedles@upperchitwp.org. For consideration, resumes must be...

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Letters to have the Ability to Allow or Restrict the Usage of Consumer Fireworks within the Municipality

This week the Upper Chichester Township Board of Commissioners authorized the sending of a letter from the Township Manager in support of the Pennsylvania Municipal league's position that local governments...

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SDCA - Job Posting

...record of scheduling and maintaining timelines. Local travel within the township required. Send Resume, along with cover letter to: SDCA, 101 Beech St, Upper Chichester, PA 19061 or email sdca2009@comcast.net...

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Circle trap works to destroy spotted lanternflies, says extension educator

Article provided by Penn State News: UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — With spotted lanternfly egg-hatch season looming, homeowners in many Pennsylvania communities are bracing themselves for the arrival of the troublemaker...

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