The Millheim Borough Council will hold a public meeting on October 30, 2019 at the Millheim Borough Building, 225 East Main Street, Millheim, PA beginning at 7:00PM for the purpose of discussing the Solar Energy Project. Residents and business owners are encouraged to participate.
The Millheim Borough is seeking a full time (40 hours a week) maintenance worker. A maintenance worker performs various skilled and semi-skilled tasks in the repair and maintenance of buildings, roads, machinery and equipment at all borough facilities, including our water and sewer locations. A full job description can be obtained by contacting the Millheim Borough at 814-349-5350 or by email to email@example.com. Please send resume to Millheim Borough, PO Box 421, Millheim, PA 16854, or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sunday October 20th 2:30 to 5:30 PM. Featuring a tour of several PVCA Watershed Restoration Projects including stream bank improvements and wildlife habitat plantings in George’s Valley, along Muddy Creek.
A reception and talk at the Stacy Levy Farm, along with a walk through a property that showscases landscape architecture with an eye toward beauty and habitat value. To register for the event and learn more details visit www.pennsvally.net.
Th Centre County League of Women Voters will hold a town hall meeting on Wednesday, October 16, 2019 at the Penns Valley Area High School, 4545 Penns Valley Road, Spring Mills, PA beginning at 7:00 PM. Guests panelists include Judge Katie Oliver, Judge Tom Jordan, Attorney Stephanie Cooper and Centre County District Attorney Bernie Cantorna. They will present information on what they do to serve the residents of Centre County, how our court systems is designed to work for you and the importance of the court system in our daily lives, even if you never set a foot in a court room.
The Sewer EDU rate for 2019 is $75.00/EDU. This new rate becomes effective on the bill to be mailed in February 2019 which is for usage in January.
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Click on the link to view the 2015 Municipality Act 13 Impact Fee Distribution. This report is required by the Public Utility Commission for municipality’s receiving impact fee monies as a result of the Act 13 of 2012 Marcellus Shale Well Fee.
This disclosure satisfies the requirements for the Millheim Borough Pension Fund with the Pennsylvania State Association of Borough’s Municipal Retirement Trust.
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Any one interested in helping the Downtown Beautification Committee, please contact Patty Beckenbaugh, Committee Chairperson at 349-2419.