From the NDFC: It is with great sorrow that NDFC announces the passing of Clyde Thomas. Clyde died at home early this afternoon after courageously battling cancer. He was our current Vice President, having stepped down from the office of President, which he had held for about 18 years. Clyde was also a life member of NDFC. He joined as a teenager, and served as a firefighter for many years, until moving from …the area. Upon his return to New Danville, he served many years as a fire policeman, and was captain of that unit until recently. NDFC was clearly one of Clyde’s passions. He spent countless hours on numerous projects to benefit the company, including co chairing the building committee for the new facility constructed in 2000, and was instrumental in starting and running our successful hall rental operation. Clyde took pride in taking care of the company grounds, and could often be seen zipping around on his zero turn mower keeping the grass under control.
Information on services will be made available at a later time.
With winter descending upon us, the Board of Supervisors and the Road Department would like to pass on a few snow tips.
To help eliminate your driveway being plowed shut, shovel your driveway as shown in the diagram below.
To help eliminate hazards for both residents and plow trucks, if possible move vehicles into driveway or other safe area off the roadway. This also helps eliminate windrows against cars.
So what happens to all the salt and other materials placed on the roads during the winter? Find out. Click Here.
Lancaster County Tax Collection Bureau – Tax Reminder Letter
Information for Taxpayers (01-07-2016)
- The Lancaster County Planning Commission (LCPC) requests your help in raising
awareness about places2040, an update to the Lancaster County Comprehensive Plan.
We can’t succeed in reaching out to all county residents without you. To do that,
we’re asking you to help us promote the places2040 website and a survey
we’ve posted there.
The address for the places2040 website is: www.places2040.com
- PP&L Electric Utilities is promoting a program that can help people in our region with their heating bills. Last winter, more than 33,000 PPL customers received heating bill help worth more than $8.5 million through the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program. We estimate there are ten of thousand more who might qualify, but don’t apply. That’s where you can help. The application period for LIHEAP opened Nov. 2nd. The program closed April 1, 2016, but funds are not unlimited. Share LIHEAP information wherever you can because awareness is crucial to even more people getting help. For more information about LIHEAP, including income guidelines, visit www.pplelectric.com/heatinghelp