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 Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors
Springettsbury Township in York County received the first runner-up award in the 23rd Annual Road and Bridge Safety Improvement Contest at the annual convention of the Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors in Hershey April 17-20.
Springettsbury Township was recognized for its efforts to improve traffic flow and safety on the residential roads of the East York neighborhood.
The Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors represents Pennsylvania’s 1,456 townships of the second class and for the past 84 years has been committed to preserving and strengthening township government and securing greater visibility and involvement for townships in the state and federal political arenas.
www.psats.org /press_releases_42705_york.html   (611 words)

  
 060900up.htm   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Springettsbury Township, York County, was awarded a $950,200 grant increase to build a pump station and collection system.
The funding will be used to divert about one-third the township’s wastewater so it flows to the city of York’s wastewater treatment plant rather than the township’s treatment plant.
This grant supplements a $1 million EPA grant awarded to Springettsbury Township that was used to begin construction last November.
www.dep.state.pa.us /dep/DEPUTATE/POLYCOMM/update/06-09-00/06090011.htm   (408 words)

  
 Camp Security - Timeline
Springettsbury Township Planning Commission reviews the developer’s new plan to subdivide the Tract into two parcels- one for them to retain and one for him to buy for future development.
The Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court overturned the County Court’s decision that dismissed the developer’s Mandamus lawsuit.
The Pennsylvania House of Representatives, on introduction by local District Representative Keith Gillespie, pass a unanimous (199-0) resolution urging the Executive Branch and the Judicial Branch to exercise all their power and authority consistent with Article 1 Sec 27 of the Pennsylvania Constitution (Environmental Rights Amendment of 1970) to preserve Camp Security.
www.campsecurity.com /timeLine.html   (4979 words)

  
 Central PA Magazine - WITF's Monthly Magazine
Buried in an unassuming cornfield in Springettsbury Township, York County, is a treasure that belongs to all of us.
It was all there under the topsoil: the rough foundations of the miserable huts, the privies and trash pits full of artifacts, all the physical evidence of daily life for the British captives and their families held at the site.
Pennsylvania was one of the original 13 colonies, and many seminal events in the nation’s struggle to be born happened here.
www.centralpa.org /archives/01juneagenda.html   (1099 words)

  
 firstamendmentcenter.org: news   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
YORK, Pa. — The American Civil Liberties Union is demanding that a central Pennsylvania police department rescind a bill for $3,047 that it sent to an activist who organized a small protest against U.S. immigration policy.
Springettsbury Township has demanded that march organizer Keith Dobson reimburse the police department for the cost of providing police protection to the group of about 25 protesters who gathered near the York County Prison in January.
Township officials said a heavy police presence was needed during the demonstration because some of the protesters were anarchists.
www.firstamendmentcenter.org /news.aspx?id=12804   (371 words)

  
 AII POW-MIA InterNetwork
Springettsbury Township supervisors expect their Jan. 8 board meeting to include a final approval vote on Pasch’s development plan with conditions, township Manager John Holman said Tuesday.
The Friends of Camp Security and the township are waiting for the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to decide whether to hear their appeal on the effect of the tie vote.
Springettsbury supervisors expect to vote Jan. 8 on final approval of Pasch’s plan with conditions.
www.aiipowmia.com /inter24/in040104security.html   (680 words)

  
 York Township, York, Pennsylvania
It is in charge of identifying those areas of the township which need to be serviced by either the Springettsbury or York City sewage disposal plants.
Official meeting agendas may only be obtained in person at the Township Office just prior to the start of a meeting or at the Township Office after meeting has been held.
Official meeting minutes may only be obtained in person at the Township Office after a subsequent meeting has been held and the previous meeting minutes have been approved.
www.yorktownship.com /board/wsa.asp   (220 words)

  
 Springettsbury and Spring Garden - Page 4 - Central PA Fire Forums
The stations are in opposite end of the townships and the new FD may still be housing apparatus at 13.
According to the Buraker Report, the current fire and rescue budget for the two townships totals about $3.4 million, with Spring Garden Township paying 46 percent of that total and Springettsbury Township paying 54 percent.
Springettsbury Township Manager John Holman said the state is helping to pay for the costs associated with the merger through funding and grants.
centralpafire.com /forum/showthread.php?p=102101   (876 words)

  
 Central Pennsylvania Chiefs of P
The Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police Association introduced the Pennsylvania Law Enforcement Accreditation Program to the Commonwealth in July 2001.
The Pennsylvania Law Enforcement Accreditation Program was designed and developed by professional law enforcement executives to provide a reasonable and cost effective plan for the professionalization of law enforcement agencies within the Commonwealth.
However, the Commission members, the accreditation staff, and the accreditation coalition support groups in various parts of the state are in place to assist you and your personnel with the process leading to accredited status and Commission recognition and certification.
www.centralpachiefs.org /Accred.htm   (370 words)

  
 Windsor Township, Red Lion, York County, Pennsylvania,  PA 17356   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
I think what I saw at the public meeting 11/6 was a township hired and Pennsylvania required, attorney doing his duty in advising the supervisors who are trying to do theirs.
It seems to me that what the township needs is term limits for people who serve on the Board of Supervisors, either in place of or in addition to the adding of two more Board members.
The 2nd Class Township Code requires a person to live in the Township at least one year before their election.
www.windsortwp.com /message_board_reply.asp?topic_id=238   (2531 words)

  
 Springettsbury township, York County, Pennsylvania (PA) Detailed Profile
Back to: York County, Pennsylvania (PA), All US cities.
Churches in Springettsbury township include: Mount Zion United Church of Christ, Mount Zion Lutheran Church.
Park in Springettsbury township: Rocky Ridge County Park.
www.city-data.com /township/Springettsbury-York-PA.html   (131 words)

  
 NEWBERRY TOWNSHIP   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
The Newberry Township Police Department instituted a Police Motorcycle Patrol in the fall of 2003.
Prior to 2002, the county police departments utilized the Pennsylvania State Police SERT team and the City of York maintained their own team which became the foundation for the newly formed York County Quick Response Team.
D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) is a collaborative effort by the Newberry Township Police Department and the West Shore School District to offer an educational program in the classroom to prevent or reduce drug abuse and violence among children.
www.newberrytwp.com /specialservices.htm   (753 words)

  
 Springettsbury Township -- Welcome to our website!
The Township is centrally located in York County.
View statistics from the 2000 Census on social, economic, demographic and population characteristics of the Township
Neither Springettsbury Township, the Township Manager, the officers, employees nor agents of the Township warrant the accuracy or timeliness of any information provided.
www.springettsbury.com   (219 words)

  
 Spring Garden Township Pennsylvania Real Estate
The Township is adjacent to the crossroads of Interstate Route 83 (north-south) and U.S. Route 30 (east-west), major arteries providing quick links to the entire east coast metropolitan area.
The area of what is now Springettsbury Township was part of Spring Garden Township from 1822 to 1891.
In the spring of 1891 the courts acted on results of an election poll that decided to separate the western suburban area of Spring Garden Township from the agricultural interests of Springettsbury to the east.
www.relocate-america.com /states/PA/cities/springgarden.htm   (476 words)

  
 Springettsbury Pennsylvania Real Estate
Springettsbury has easy access to State Route 30 and Interstate Route 83 and is less than one hour from Baltimore, Harrisburg, and Gettysburg.
Although officially created in 1891, Springettsbury Township's history dates back to the early 18th century.
The Township is named after Springett Penn, the grandson of William Penn, founder of Pennsylvania.
www.relocate-america.com /states/PA/cities/springettsbury.htm   (400 words)

  
 Springettsbury township, PA Business Data: Stores, Dealers, Real Estate Agents, Wholesalers, Restaurants, etc.
Springettsbury township, PA Business Data: Stores, Dealers, Real Estate Agents, Wholesalers, Restaurants, etc.
Back to: Springettsbury township main page, Pennsylvania, United States.
Based on the data from 1997 when the population of Springettsbury township, Pennsylvania was 23,070
www.city-data.com /business/econ-Springettsburyship-Pennsylvania.html   (122 words)

  
 10000 Friends of Pennsylvania : Land Use Planning and Implementation
Smart Growth Partnership of Westmoreland County is a community-based private non-profit located at the University of Pittsburgh at Greensburg, whose mission is to work with the county's cities, townships and boroughs to address the challenges associated with economic growth and revitalization.
EPA today presented its 2006 National Awards for Smart Growth Achievement to the City of Chicago; the  Commonwealth of Massachusetts; the City of Wichita, Kan.; the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; and the City of Winooski, Vt. These award winners were recognized for their innovative approaches to development that strengthen community identity and protect the environment.
PALTA is soliciting nominations to honor Pennsylvania municipalities and counties that have demonstrated leadership and success in the conservation of our special places and landscapes.  The awards will be given out during the annual conference.  Please click here for more information on the awards.
www.10000friends.org /growth/landuse   (1600 words)

  
 Camp Security - Archeology
The 1979 dig was a somewhat complex affair funded by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission (PMHC), Springettsbury Township, and Historic York, Inc. (HYI).
Charles Douts, who was then the township zoning officer, and who had both academic experience in archaeology and a great interest in the camp, compiled parallel research.
The site received additional supervision by Dr. Barry Kent, who was then the State Archaeologist, input from Charles Douts, Springettsbury Township, and John R. Schein, Jr., then director of HYI, and HYI staffers, including Roark Mitzell, who did the first substantial research on the Camp.
www.campsecurity.com /excavation.html   (860 words)

  
 Welcome to the Goodwill Fire Company, Station 19, York Township
Our fire department proudly protects the citizens of York Township, a mostly suburban region of south central Pennsylvania with a population of 25,000.
Many of the counties medical infrastructures are also located inside York Township due to its close proximity to York Hospital.
Wednesday, November 29, 2006, 03:10 AM Rescue 19, Ambulance 13 and Medic 97 were dispatched to Tyler Run and Powder Mill for an MVA with injuries.
www.goodwill19.com   (829 words)

  
 Springettsbury Township -- Pennsylvania’s Preparedness for an Avian Flu Pandemic
The newest source of information to help you prepare for an influenza pandemic – the new Pennsylvania Pandemic Preparedness website.
Pennsylvanians should be assured that state agencies are working very closely with local governments, health care providers, the agricultural community, businesses, schools and community organizations to plan and prepare for a flu pandemic.
However, every citizen should be thinking about what they can do to prepare themselves and their family.
www.springettsbury.com /index.asp?Type=B_PR&SEC={6F5B50AF-25AF-4D44-9B59-79886167307B}&DE={2B6291DE-5AB5-4FC5-943E-1E338EE46E11}   (313 words)

  
 Sergeant Timothy M. Harvey   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Sergeant Harvey was designated as the Emergency Management Coordinator for Springettsbury Township in March of 1999 by then Governor Tom Ridge.
The Township Emergency Operations Center, and execution of its emergency preparedness, management and mitigation plan is evaluated by the Federal Emergency Management Agency, as well as the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency.
The FEMA evaluator recently commented, Springettsbury Township is a community he would feel totally comfortable residing in, due to the excellent guidance and delivery of emergency services under the direction of Sergeant Harvey.
www.policeheritagemuseum.com /award/award01d.htm   (558 words)

  
 York Dispatch - Local dispatches for 12/14/06
The company was also accused of illegally contacting Pennsylvania residents whose phone numbers are registered on this state's "do not call" list.
The units allow officers to test conscious and unconscious people for alcohol consumption and also enable them to test drink containers for the presence of alcohol, police said.
The units were purchased from the Pennsylvania DUI Association with funds from Harry L. Bubb Associates, Keller Brown Insurance Co. and Michael O'Dell State Farm Insurance, police said.
www.yorkdispatch.com /local/ci_4838600   (537 words)

  
 Springettsbury, PA, Pennsylvania records search - military
Pennsylvania > All counties > York County > Springettsbury
Note: Results will include records that mention Pennsylvania, as well as those filed in Pennsylvania.
Immigration records can provide detailed information about name, port of departure, ship name, port of arrival, gender, occupation and relationship to head-of-household.
www.epodunk.com /cgi-bin/record-search-immigration.php?locIndex=276630   (174 words)

  
 C.S. Davidson Projects - Gettysburg National Military Park Survey
Project Description: The renovation of Springettsbury Park, which was originally constructed in the early 1960s, was identified as a priority in a 1997 park master plan study performed for the township.
The new park features a 1200-seat amphitheater for the performing arts, office and storage space, renovated ball fields, new concessions, an in-line hockey rink, basketball courts, beach volleyball courts, walking trails, pavilions and garden areas.
The first phase will be paid for by township funds previously earmarked for the project.
www.csdavidson.com /ProjectResumeSheets/SpringettsburyTwpPark.htm   (162 words)

  
 Michael Peterman   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Michael Peterman's farm called "Lovely Springs" and "Dry Hill"was located in Windsor Township York Co., Pennsylvania, with the northern part of the farm extending into Springettsbury Township.
In 1760 the cornerstone was laid for this stone church which was completed in 1762 and torn down in 1812.
This is where Michael Peterman's land and estate records were filed and where his wife and children went before the Orphan's Court after his death.
www.gate.net /~greg/michael1.htm   (140 words)

  
 McCrory Stores - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
J.G. McCrory's or McCrory Stores was a chain of five and dime stores in the United States based in York, Pennsylvania.
John Graham McCrorey opened his first store in Scottdale, Pennsylvania, in 1882.
By 1885, the chain had five stores in the Pennsylvania.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/McCrory_Stores   (392 words)

  
 Springettsbury Township -- Transportation Infrastructure Improvements
The contract is scheduled to be awarded in December 2006 with a project completion date in 2007.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation has rescheduled the bid date for this project to the third quarter of 2007.
Highway occupancy permits have been received and construction will begin in the first or second quarter of 2007.
springettsbury.govoffice.com /index.asp?Type=B_PR&SEC={6F5B50AF-25AF-4D44-9B59-79886167307B}&DE={26D02631-A22E-4F5B-BB1B-1C47F12BF6D2}   (433 words)

  
 Barn-Like Design Ends Building Moratorium   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-12)
Making it look like a barn made a sewage pumping station more welcome on a special property and ended a building moratorium in Springettsbury Township, Pennsylvania.
Pumping stations tend to be box buildings made of concrete blocks -- the kind of structure that would not fit into the road frontage of a beautifully fenced suburban horse farm.
Successful placement of the pumping station on the horse farm permitted Springettsbury Township to lift a building moratorium that had been imposed in that area when an old pumping station was unable to accommodate development.
www.bh-ba.com /98su_6.html   (220 words)

  
 Edward Paskey, Civil & Commercial Litigation, Criminal Defense, Real Estate, Attorneys in York, Pennsylvania (PA), ...
He is admitted to the Bar of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, the Bar of the Supreme Court of Minnesota, the U.S. District Courts for the Middle and Eastern Districts of Pennsylvania, and the United States Supreme Court.
He is a member of the Pennsylvania and York County Bar Associations, Pennsylvania Criminal Defense Lawyer's Association and the Herbert I. Cohen American Inn of Court.
Ed resides in Springettsbury Township with his wife and two sons.
www.yorklaw.com /edward_paskey.asp   (253 words)

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