William Max McLaughlin VFW Post 695 of Waynesboro, PA, recently contributed $10,000 to a September 11, 2001, memorial being developed in Washington Township, PA. It was the largest single donation to date toward the project.
From left: William Conrad, Supervisor, Mayor Richard Starliper, Elaine Gladhill, Supervisor, Jeffrey Geesaman, Supervisor, George S. Hoffman II, VFW, Richard L. Hovis, VFW, Mike Christopher, Township Manager,
Ann Backer, 9-11 Committee, Dan DeDona, 9-11 Committee, Bob Backer, 9-11 Committee, Bob Tressler, VWF,
David Deverell, VFW, Fire Chief Dave Martin and Carlene Willhide, 9-11 Committee.
A Revised Capital Improvement Plan for the Township’s Impact Fee has been prepared by Traffic Planning and Design. This new plan would lower the Impact Fee from $3,147.00/traffic unit to $2,485.00/traffic unit.
The committee will hold a PUBLIC HEARING on this new plan on JUNE 11, 2013 at 7:00 PM.
To review the plan please see the Revised Capital Improvement Plan.
WE DO NOT CHARGE FOR OUR NURSING SERVICES
– FREE Services are provided by a Grant from Summit Endowment –
How Do You Make a Referral? ANYONE can call (717) 860-3081
We will gather information to determine if we are able to assist in meeting the needs of the patient
and their family, and schedule the visit(s).
We offer a variety of health care services within the home setting:
- Examples include: Assist with medication prep and/or administration, wound care, injections, diabetic monitoring, insulin syringe preparation and/or administration, monitor vital signs (pulse, blood pressure, etc.), treatments, assessments, and many others.
- Individualized Care We work with your doctor
- Services available Daily, Weekly, Monthly Occasionally
- Long and short term Nursing care and treatment available
Donations, however, are greatly appreciated to keep our program running.
Battle of Monterey Pass & the Retreat from Gettysburg.
Click on the link to check out the Battlefield Event Map and Schedule Events in Washington Township, Franklin County, PA on July 4 – 7, 2013.
This program is an incentive program where commercial and industrial sites can be improved without having to pay the full tax increase from these improvements for up to a 10 year period. It’s the hope of the Township that this program will help generate new commerce and industrial growth that will create new jobs for our residents.
How does the program work? Any commercially or industrially zoned properties that are either in a deteriorated or underutilized state may enter into the program. Once placed into the program by the Township any tax assessment increase to the property as a result of the improvement will be eligible for the abatement program over the next 10 years. No new taxes will be paid during the first year and taxes on the new improvement will increase at a 10% rate thereafter until reaching 100% 10 years later.
Eight areas of the Township are being considered for this program. The areas are the Wharf Road and Zullinger industrial parks, commercial property just west of Waynesboro along the south side of Rt. 16, the Wayne Heights Mall area, the industrial area on Midvale Rd., Rouzerville along both sides of Rt. 16, the vacant land to the east and north of Wal-Mart, the south side of Rt. 16 in Blue Ridge Summit and the NBN property.
The Washington Township Supervisors will hold a Public Hearing on LERTA on Monday, March 18, 2013 starting at 8:00 PM at the Township Meeting room at 13013 Welty Rd. to take comments, answer questions and act on the proposed resolution.
If you have any questions, please contact Clint Rock at the Township office at 762-3128. Click here for a copy of the ad, Resolution and maps.
To see more information on the Flood Insurance Rate Maps from FEMA please see our Blue Building Code/Zoning Tab. (Blue tab on main menu – hover over Departments – follow to right choose Administrative then to the right again
and CLICK on Building Code, Inspection & Zoning.)