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Public Notices

GREEN LANE FARM BRIDGE REPAIR TO BEGIN MONDAY, APRIL 3RD, 2017.                             RESIDENTS CAN EXPECT TRAFFIC DETOURS TO BE IN EFFECT FROM MONDAY, APRIL 3RD through OCTOBER, 2017.                                                                                     PLEASE SEE ATTACHED DOCUMENTS FOR MORE DETAILS

Green Lane Farm Bridge Detour - Notification for Detour.pdf

Traffic Control Plan Detour - GREEN LANE FARM BRIDGE.pdf


Road Closure located @ the intersection of Cedars Road & Nauvoo Road:

This detour is scheduled to begin on April 17, 2017 and will be in effect through August 7, 2017.  The roadway will be open for local traffic only for residents and business owners to access their properties; however, the roadway will be closed to through traffic near the location of the bridge and on all approaches, making it inaccessible, as it is being demolished and a new structure built.  Attached please find a copy of the planned detour route. If you have any questions concerning this road closure, please call Ronald Brown at Kinsley Highway/Bridge @ 717-815-7741

Cedars Road and Nauvoo Road Construction Detour Plan.pdf  



Northeastern Senior Center Providing Home Delivered Meals

The “Home Delivered Meals Program” is designed to provide a well-balanced daily meal to homebound older adults who are unable to prepare adequate meals for themselves and have no means for assuring healthful nutrition.  On Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, a hot meal is delivered to the older adult’s home.  Tuesday and Thursday meals are a cold bagged lunch delivered with the previous day’s hot meal.  Volunteers from the local senior center deliver the meals to the older adult’s home.  The Northeastern Senior Center is seeking volunteers for home delivered meals, please call (717) 266-1400 if you are interested.  The home delivered meal service is not a cost shared service.  Monetary donations can be made to the York County Agency on Aging. 






The York County Conservation District is gearing up for its 43rd annual Seedling Sale.  For over 40 years, the Conservation District has hosted an annual Seedling Sale. Each year, we sell more than 20,000 seedlings that get planted in York County and surrounding areas. The varieties available at the spring 2017 sale include native tree seedlings as well as fruit-bearing trees and shrubs.  Our tree sale is an important fundraiser for the educational programs that we provide, including the York County Envirothon competition.   Below is the article and the link to the Conservation District’s website.  The address for the District’s website is http://www.yorkccd.org/  Complete information about the sale including descriptions of tree seedlings.  The order form can be found on our website or below. For more information please contact Jennifer Risser, York County Conservation District @(717)840-7430.

Tree Sale Newsletter Article            2017 tree sale order form.pdf


First Energy - Wants to Remind Customers Against Scams and Fraud Across the country, con artists continue using scare tactics in an effort to steal money and personal information from utility customers.  As part of our ongoing efforts to raise awareness about this continuing problem, FirstEnergy companies, including Met-Ed, is joining more than two dozen electric and gas utilities across the United States and Canada to recognize November 16 as “Utilities United Against Scams Day.”

Please click on the attached document below for detailed information provided by First Energy Corporation

2016-11-15 FirstEnergy Reminds Customers to Remain Vigilant Against Scams and Fraud.



PPL Contracted Work 

Beginning June, 2016 through the Spring of 2018, PPL has contracted Riggs Distler to install routers on some utility poles and street lights in your area.  This should not have any impact on you as a customer.

Following the router install, PPL will be installing your new upgraded meters.

For more information, click on the link below.

PPL Upgrades.docx