BOROUGH OF CLARKS SUMMIT PAVING, STORM WATER AND SEWER REPAIR PROJECTS SCHEDULED BETWEEN MARCH AND JULY 2015
Ashmore, Barbara, Alley off Bedford, Carteret, Nelson-Colburn to Ashmore, Old Post, Stone-100 and 300 Blocks, Sturbridge-Gentilly to Borough Line, Bissell-West Grove to Knapp, Gentilly-Crestwood to Dead end, Knapp.
STORM WATER REPAIR:
Knapp road from Bridge to RR Tracks-125 Linear Feet with 2 manholes.
125 Linear Feet in portions over the following roads:
Old Post, Gentilly, Carteret, Ashmore
Attached please find a brief article on imposters posing as utility workers.
Melanie R. Horvath
The Clarks Summit Borough
has a property that they would
like to sell.
It is a “legally non-conforming”
property in an R-2 zone.
Following is information about a
legally non-conforming lot.
For more information please
contact the Clarks Summit
Borough office M-F 9am-3pm,
ALWAYS REMEMBER TO BUCKLE YOUR SEATBELT FOR SAFETY
IT'S THE LAW!
Department of Environmental Protection contact info:
PO Box 2063 Harrisburg PA 17105
1151 Oak Street, Pittston, PA 18640-3726
REMEMBER to clear out storm swales/gutters before next rain
ATTENTION: ALL HOUSES NEED TO HAVE STREET NUMBERS CLEARLY DISPLAYED
Be considerate of your neighbors when using yard equipment
DO NOT PUT YARD DEBRIS INTO STORM WATER SYSTEM OR CREEKS-IT CAUSES BLOCKAGES AND FLOODING
YARD SALES REQUIRE PERMITS
Please call CEO Lori Harris or visit the Borough building to get a permit
The Borough of Clarks Summit is looking for volunteers for odd jobs around our community.
Call Patrick Williams at 587-5567
When you're washing your car in the driveway, remember you're not just washing your car in the driveway.
All the soap, scum, and oily grit run along the curb. Then into the storm drain and directly into our lakes, streams, and coastal waters including the Chesapeake Bay. And that causes pollution which is unhealthy for fish. So how do you know avoid this whole mess? Easy. Wash your car on grass or gravel instead of on the street. Or better yet, take it to a car wash where the water gets treated and recycled.
Notice from PP&L
Please do not post signs on telephone poles.
It weakens the poles and poses injury hazards. State law makes it a summary offense to drive a nail or tack, or attach any metal or hard substance, into an electric utility pole.
PP&L Electric Utilities will take down any unauthorized signs on its poles and could take legal action if necessary.
If you have put a sign on one of their poles, kindly please take it down.
Recycle Your Old Fridge and Get $35For a FREE pickup, call 1.877.270.3522 or visit www.pplelectric.com/recycle
The Abington Area Joint Recreation Board's Earth Camp was a huge success!
Please visit www.hillsidepark.net for further information on the camps.
Hillside Park has a pavilion that is available to rent for your special occasions.
The Pavilion Use Agreement is available by clicking here. Please call Lori at 570-585-4811
for additional information. www.hillsidepark.net
ABINGTON HEIGHTS SCHOOL DISTRICT
Visit the web site www.ahsd.org.
ABINGTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION
www.theabingtons.org for a list
of events or call the Abington Business and Professional Association
ABINGTON COMMUNITY LIBRARY
We have more than 84,000 books, DVD's, CD's, magazines, and talking
books for all ages, with free reference service to help you
find the best resources.
1151 Winola Rd
Please visit the Abington Senior Center web site for additional information at www.telespond.org/asc.
Please Recycle your CFL's at the Borough Building!
We have a container on the second floor for the
compact fluorescent light bulbs.
For additional information on Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs click here
Please clean up after your pets as per Borough Ordinance!
Be a responsible pet owner! Click here to view Ordinance 2001-08
All animals are illegal to run at large.
The new thrift ship at the Comm!
Hours: Wed-Fri 10am-4pm
Waverly Community House, 1115 N. Abington Road, Waverly pa
*donations are welcome of clean, gently-used clothing, shoes, household children's toys & books, jewelry & accessories, small appliances, occasional furniture pieces and lighting. Please no electronics or adult books. Leave inside the back door of the Comm, between the garage doors.
Thank you and follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/upstairsthrift~
PLEASE JOIN US!
What's happening in Northeastern Pennsylvania? Please visit http://www.HappeningsMagazinePA.com
The Borough is encouraging residents, who are interested, to sweep up cinders in front of their homes. If residents are willing to sweep the cinders into a pile, or in bags or buckets and call the Borough at 570-586-9316, during the week of April 27, 2015 the DPW will pick up and then recycle the left over cinders. Thank you very much in advance in helping your community by volunteering!
HILLSIDE PARK HAS A WEBSITE WITH INFORMATION ABOUT COMMUNITY EVENTS HAPPENING AT THE PARK WHICH IS LOCATED AT PA ROUTE 307, AT 1188 WINOLA ROAD
THE ABINGTON AREA COMMUNITY CLASSROOM'S SPRING CLASSES FOR 2015
There are cooking, art, dance, beekeeping, gardening, technology and many more classes to engage, enrich, and revive you from the cold. There are classes for everyone and every interest. Check out the classes out today and look what you can learn!
FARMERS' MARKET AT THE COMM
Saturdays from 9am-Noon
WAVERLY COMMUNITY HOUSE'S SPRING CLASSES, PROGRAMS AND EVENTS
Tots and Toddlers Paper Crafts and Collage begins 4/29 and 5/1
Let's Dance! Ballroom Dancing begins 4/15
23rd Annual House & Garden Show 4/25 & 4/26
Art with Alex begins 4/29
Foundation Drawing and Painting begins 4/30
Waverly Waddle 5K Walk/Run to Honor Mothers and Caregivers on 5/9
Etiquette Class: "Dining Boot Camp for Kids" on 5/16
1st Annual Comm classic Golf Tournament on 5/29
For more information please call the Waverly Community House at 570-586-8191 extension 2 or visit www.waverlycomm.org
BUSINESS RESOURCE TRAINING
ABINGTON COMMUNITY LIBRARY
CO-SPONSORED BY THE ABPA
Wednesday, April 29th from 8-9am
Join representatives as they offer a quick insight into useful business links that you can access from home or work.
Please register by calling 570-587-3440
Refreshments will be served
DALTON UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
SPRING RUMMAGE SALE
Sale Days: Friday, May 1st from 8am-2pm with Food Service and Bake Sale
Sale Days: Friday, May 2nd from 8am-12pm Bag Sale and 1/2 price for better table
Drop Offs: Only from 9am-6pm, Tuesday, April 28th and Wednesday, April 29th.
Seasonal items welcomed, no shoes, electronics, TV's or large appliances please.
For more information please call: 570-563-1280 or 570-563-1619
COUNTRYSIDE COMMUNITY CHURCH
FRIDAY, MAY 1ST AND SATURDAY, MAY 2ND FROM 9AM-2PM
Hundreds of new items!
14011 Orchard road
SPAGHETTI DINNER BENEFIT FOR NANCY YOUNG
May 2nd 3pm-7pm
Deleo's Tavern, 2101 SR 307, Dalton
Tickets $8 and will be sold at the door or in advance. For ticket sales or donations please call Lisa Franko at 570-862-8700.
Gerrity's dear friend and longtime employee was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer. As friends of Nancy, they are putting on a benefit to help with the costs of her treatment.
Basket raffle, 50/50, Bake Sale, Dine in or Take out.
ABINGTON HEIGHTS HIGH SCHOOL
May 3rd at 3pm, $2 charge
ABINGTON ROWDIE SOCCER TEAM CAR WASH
Our Lady of Snows
May 9th from 9am-1pm
STEAMTOWN NATIONAL HISTORIC SITE ANNOUNCES MAY EXCURSIONS
Beginning May 9th, on National Train Day
May 10th, Mother's Day Ballroom Brunch and Train Ride
May 16th, Scranton's Armed Forces Day Parade
May 23rd, Start off Memorial Day Weekend
May 30th, 26 mile roundtrip
Located in downtown Scranton, Steamtown NHS is open daily from 9am-5pm. For more information please call 570-340-5200 or visit www.nps.gov/stea
12TH ANNUAL CAR SHOW
Sunday, May 17th from 10am-3pm at 537 Venard Road, Clarks Summit
Donations requested to benefit The Scranton School for Deaf & Hard-of-Hearing Children. $2,500 in prize money!
Basket Raffles, 50/50, Grilled Foods
For more information call 570-585-1000
ABINGTON HEIGHTS HIGH SCHOOL
Abington Heights High School will be hosting an independently organized TEDxYouth Event on May 29, 2015. Looking for enthusiastic speakers who are engaged in the community and would like to extend and invitation to speak to Mayor Patty Lawler.
An audience of about 100 people is expected. The goal is to bring together bright minds to give talks that are idea-focused, on a wide range of subjects, to foster learning, inspiration and wonder and provoke conversations that matter.
CLARKS SUMMIT SEWER BILLING
Clarks Summit Borough took over the sewer billing process in October 2013. The billing will be quarterly with a monthly payment option. Home owners will receive a quarterly invoice. On the bottom of the invoice there will be three detachable perforations. The first perforation on the bottom left of the invoice will be labeled "Payment #1" and this will be for the residents who choose to pay amount listed for the full quarter. If you choose the quarterly payment, you will not need to use the other two perforations on the invoice. For residents who choose to continue with monthly payments, we ask that residents return each payment stub with their monthly payment by the 20th of each month.
In an effort to make payments more convenient for our residents, we have added ACH (automatic payment) which allows home owners to have the sewer bill automatically deducted from their bank account quarterly or monthly. In addition, home owners can also access the online credit card payment option which will accept payments from Visa, Mastercard and Discover card.
Residents continue to have the option to pay by using the Borough Drop Box located next to the front door of the Borough Building at 304 S. State Street. Residents can mail the payment into the Borough, and as always cash is accepted at the Borough Office which is on the second floor of the Borough Building at 304 South State Street, Clarks Summit, PA 18411.
For more information feel free to call the Borough Office at 570-586-9316, M-F, 9am-3pm.
SINGLE STREAM RECYCLING FOR THE RESIDENTS IN THE BOROUGH OF CLARKS SUMMIT
Residents are able to recycle paper/cardboard and comingled together! Every week the combined recyclables will be picked up at curbside.
If you choose to use your own garbage can, please make sure it is clearly labeled for recycling. We do have recycling stickers at the Borough Office located at 304 South State Street.
J.P Mascaro will recycle all plastics that have a recycling symbol 1-7, junk mail, magazines, office grade paper, newspapers, corrugated cardboard, food boxes, glass and aluminum.
Borough Office hours are from 9-3pm Monday-Friday. For more information call 570-586-9316 or JP Mascaro 1-800-243-7575