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NOTICES FOR THE WEEK OF JUN 22

 ESTATE NOTICE

Letters testamentary for the estate

of Mary Daneluk, deceased, late of

Lower Paxton Township, Dauphin

County, Pennsylvania, having been

granted to the undersigned, all persons

indebted to the estate are requested to

make immediate payment and those

having claims against the estate are

requested to present them for settlement

without delay to:

Christopher Navetta

1502 Knollcrest Rd.

Harrisburg, PA 17112

Or to:

William L. Adler, Esquire

4949 Devonshire Rd.

Harrisburg, PA 17109

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 Public Notice

The Elizabethtown Zoning Hearing

Board will hold a public meeting on

Monday, July 11, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. at

the Elizabethtown Borough Office, 600

South Hanover Street, Elizabethtown,

PA, to consider the following:

1. The property owner proposes to

create 8 units at 448 S. Market Street

and is applying for the following:

a) Variance – Chapter 27, Part 16,

Section 1603.7.B “Location and

Management Requirements.”

b) Variance – Chapter 27, Part 19,

Section 1903.2.A “Extensions or

Enlargements.”

c) Variance - Chapter 27, Part 8,

Section 807 “Lot Area, Lot Width and

Impervious Coverage Regulations.”

d) Special Exception – Chapter 27,

Part 19, Section 1903.D “Extensions

or Enlargements.”

Rodney Horton

Zoning Officer

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NOTICE OF CIVIL SERVICE

WRITTEN EXAMINATION

SERGEANT

BOROUGH OF

MIDDLETOWN,

PENNSYLVANIA

The Civil Service Commission of

the Borough of Middletown, Dauphin

County, Pennsylvania will hold a public

meeting July 12, 2016 at 10:00 a.m. at

the Middletown Borough Hall, 60 W.

Emaus St., Middletown, Pennsylvania

17057. The purpose of the meeting is

to conduct a written promotional examination

for the position of Sergeant

with the Middletown Borough Police

Department.

The written examination is open to all

qualified Middletown Police Officers, as

set forth in the Borough’s Civil Service

Rules and Regulations. Interested

candidates must submit a completed

employment application to Kenneth

Klinepeter, Borough Manager, on or

before 4:00 p.m. on July 8, 2016. Applications

will be available at Middletown

Borough Police Department, 300 E.

Emaus St., Middletown, Pennsylvania

17057 beginning June 21, 2016 from

9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

The Borough of Middletown is an

equal opportunity employer. For further

qualification and more detailed information,

please obtain an application

packet or contact Chief John T. Bey

at (717) 902-3078.

If you are a person with a disability

and require an auxiliary aide, service

or other accommodation to participate,

please contact the Borough Manager

at (717) 902-3079 to discuss how your

needs may be best accommodated.

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PUBLIC NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that the

Middletown Civil Service Commission

of the Borough of Middletown,

Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, will

hold a special meeting on Tuesday,

June 28, 2016, at 2:30pm in Council

Chambers located at Borough Hall, 60

West Emaus Street, Middletown, PA

17057. The purpose of the meeting

is to adopt a certified list of eligible

candidates for the position of police

officer and conduct other business

as necessary.

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 PUBLIC NOTICE

The Borough Council of the Borough of Middletown, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania,

will hold a public meeting on Tuesday, July 5, 2016, at 7 p.m. at 60 W.

Emaus Street, Middletown, PA at which time the Council will consider and vote

upon enactment of the following proposed ordinance. A copy of this proposed

ordinance is available for public inspection at the Office of Borough Secretary

at the address stated above.

OFFICIAL

MIDDLETOWN BOROUGH

ORDINANCE NO. ________

MIDDLETOWN BOROUGH NONUNIFORM PENSION PLAN

(as restated, effective 2007)

AN ORDINANCE OF MIDDLETOWN BOROUGH, DAUPHIN COUNTY,

PENNSYLVANIA, RELATIVE TO THE ESTABLISHMENT AND MAINTENANCE

OF EMPLOYEES PENSION, ANNUITY, INSURANCE AND BENEFIT FUND

OR FUNDS, TO AMEND CERTAIN PROVISIONS OF THE PENSION PLAN

OR PROGRAM APPLICABLE TO THE NON-POLICE EMPLOYEES OF SAID

BOROUGH.

WHEREAS, Middletown Borough has previously enacted the

Middletown Borough Nonuniform Pension Plan (the “Plan”); and

WHEREAS, the Plan was totally amended and restated 2007; and

WHEREAS, the Borough reserved the right to amend the Plan

pursuant to Section 10.1.1; and

WHEREAS, the Borough now desires the Plan to be further amended;

BE IT ORDAINED AND ENACTED by Council of the Middletown

Borough and it is HEREBY ORDAINED AND ENACTED by authority of the same

the Plan is amended as provided below;

1. Effective for all full-time non-bargaining unit employees appointed,

hired, or rehired on or after January 1, 2016, the defined contribution

arrangement as set forth in Exhibit A attached is adopted.

2. Effective for all bargaining unit employees represented by the

Teamsters Local Union No. 776 hired on or after May 17, 2016, the defined

contribution arrangement as set forth in Exhibit A attached is adopted.

ORDAINED AND ENACTED into law by Council of Middletown

Borough this _______ day of __________________________ 2016.

ATTEST: MIDDLETOWN BOROUGH

_________________________ By:__________________________

Borough Manager Council President

Ordinance re Participation in DC Pension Plan (A5024850)-(clean)

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 PUBLIC NOTICE

The Borough Council of the Borough of Middletown, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, will hold a public meeting on

Tuesday, July 5, 2016, at 7 p.m. at 60 W. Emaus Street, Middletown, PA at which the Council will consider and vote upon

enactment of the following proposed ordinance. A copy of this proposed ordinance is available for public inspection at

the Office of Borough Secretary at the address stated above.

ORDINANCE NUMBER _____

FOR THE YEAR 2016

AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOROUGH OF MIDDLETOWN, DAUPHIN COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA, AMENDING

CHAPTER 252 OF THE BOROUGH CODE DEALING WITH VEHICLES AND TRAFFIC, PROHIBITING THE PARKING

OF VEHICLES, EXCEPT THOSE PARKED BY FIREFIGHTERS WHEN RESPONDING TO A CALL, ALONG

THE EASTERN SIDE OF ADELIA STREET AT AND SOUTH OF THE INTERSECTION OF ADELIA STREET AND

CATTELL STREET.

WHEREAS, the Council of the Borough of Middletown (“Borough Council”) has determined that in order to protect the

health, safety, and welfare of residents of the Borough of Middletown (the “Borough”), it is necessary to restrict parking

along certain areas of Adelia Street between Cattell Street and Emaus Street/Pineford Drive.

WHEREAS, to keep Borough residents safe, and to protect their health and welfare, Borough Council determined it

is necessary to restrict parking in the aforementioned area, and as more particularly described below, so as to ensure

Borough firefighters can quickly and easily locate parking spaces when arriving at the Middletown Fire Department fire

hall when responding to a call.

WHEREAS, Borough Council has determined the most efficient and best way to accomplish the foregoing is to amend

Section 252-26 of the Middletown Code of Ordinances (the “Borough Code”), “Special purpose parking zones,” so as

to prohibit the parking of any vehicles along that area of Adelia Street described below, except as to vehicles parked by

firefighters when responding to a call.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED AND ENACTED by the Council of the Borough of Middletown that Chapter

252 of the Borough Code be amended as follows:

Section 1: Chapter 252 is hereby amended by adding to Section 252-26, entitled “Special purpose parking zones,”

the following special purpose-parking zone:

Name of Street         Side                           Authorized Purpose of Vehicle

Adelia Street               East                            Only vehicles parked by firefighters when responding to a call

 Location: That area between the northern edge of the fire house driveway and the southern edge of the entrance to the parking lot shared by the Middletown Fire Department and Dance Hall opposite Cattell Street, more specifically being that area beginning at a point on the eastern side of Adelia Street approximately 143 feet north of Pineford Drive, northward to a point approximately 260 feet north of Pineford Drive.

SECTION 2: Except only as amended, modified and changed herein, Chapter 252 of the Borough Code as originally

enacted and as previously amended shall remain in all other respects in full force and effect.

SECTION 3: If any section, sub-section, provision, regulation, limitation, restriction, sentence, clause, phrase or word

in this Ordinance is declared by any reason to be illegal, unconstitutional, or invalid by any court of competent jurisdiction,

such decision shall not affect or impair the validity of this Ordinance or Chapter 252 of the Borough Code as a whole, or

any other section, sub-section, provision, regulation, limitation, restriction, sentence, clause, phrase, word or remaining

portion of this Ordinance or Chapter 252 of the Borough Code. Borough Council hereby declares that it would have

adopted this Ordinance and each section, sub-section, phrase and word thereof, irrespective of the fact that any one or

more of the sections, sub-sections, provisions, regulations, limitations, restrictions, sentences, clauses, phrases or words

may be declared illegal, unconstitutional or invalid.

SECTION 4:This Ordinance shall become effective in accordance with applicable law.

ORDAINED AND ENACTED into law by the Borough of Middletown on this ___ day of _____________, 2016.

ADOPTED this ____ day of _____________, 2016.

ATTEST: BOROUGH COUNCIL OF THE

BOROUGH OF MIDDLETOWN

By_________________________ By___________________________

Benjamin Kapenstein

Borough of Middletown Secretary Borough of Middletown Council President

Examined and approved by me this _____day of ____________, 2016

By_________________________

James H. Curry III

Borough of Middletown Mayor

I hereby certify the foregoing Ordinance was advertised in the Press And Journal on ____________________, 2016, a

newspaper of general circulation in the municipality and was duly enacted and approved as set forth at a regular meeting

of the municipality’s governing body held on ____________, 2016.

_________________________

Borough of Middletown Secretary

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NOTICE OF AUDIT
BOROUGH OF HIGHSPIRE
In accordance with section 1196 of the Borough code, the following concise financial
statements present the financial position of the Borough of Highspire at December 31,
2014 and the results of its operations for the year then ended
BOROUGH OF HIGHSPIRE
CONCISE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR PUBLICATION
CONCISE BALANCE SHEET –MODIFIED CASH BASIS – COMBINED FUNDS
DECEMBER 31, 2014
ASSETS
Cash $ 3,197,880
Investments – at market value 3,156,769
Total assets $ 6,354,649
LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCE
LIABILITIES
Due to other governments $ 96,872
E scrow funds payable 18,411
Total liabilities 115,283
FUND BALANCE
Restricted fund balance 42,147
Reserve for pension and employee benefits 3,156,769
Unappropriated fund balance 3,040,450
Total fund balance 6,239,366
Total liabilities and fund balance $ 6,354,649
Liabilities excluded from above related to the Borough’s net debt as of
December 31, 2014 are as follows:
General obligation bonds as of December 31, 2014 $ 5,670,000
Capaital Lease as of December 31, 2014: $ 62,777
BOROUGH OF HIGHSPIRE
CONCISE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR PUBLICATION
CONCISE STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES AND CHANGES
IN FUND BALANCE – MODIFIED CASH BASIS – COMBINED FUNDS
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2014
REVENUES
Real estate taxes (assessed value $75,133,600) $ 1,221,282
Act 511 taxes 345,767
Licenses and permits 53,281
Fines and forfeits 34,884
Interest and rents 519
Net investment income 161,921
Intergovernmental revenue 654,135
Contributions and donations 13,340
Charges for services 1,020,178
Sewer rentals 1,183,369
Other 77,847
Total revenues 4,766,52
EXPENDITURES
General government 285,797
Police protection 996,494
Fire protection 115,822
Ambulance protection 11,515
Building, regulation and planning 29,836
Emergency management 3,021
Solid waste collection and disposal 202,367
Sanitary sewers 1,135,379
Highways, roads and streets 546,626
Storm water management and flood control 365
Culture and recreation 36,630
Community development 290,046
Debt service 481,526
Pension benefits paid 67,974
Insurance 35,964
Total expenditures 4,239,362
Excess expenditures over revenues
before other financing sources (uses) 527,161
OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES) (119,136)
Excess revenues over expenditures 408,025
FUND BALANCE BEGINNING OF YEAR 5,831,341
FUND BALANCE END OF YEAR $6,239,366
The complete financial statements, together with the audit opinion of the independent
certified public accountant, have been filed with the Prothonotary of the Court of
Dauphin County and are on file at the Borough’s office.
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