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  • Road Projects
    Residents Dog FAQ Schools Community Building Contact Us Directions Emergency Services Land Preservation Land Preservation Board Minutes Application FAQ FAQ Landowners Options for Protecting Family Lands Conservation Easements Questions Answers Forms Related Links Landfill Committee Inspection Reports MSE Berm 2007 Informational Meeting Minutes Monthly Reports Settlement Agreements Landfill Committee Chrin Permit DEP eFACTS DEP EPA Fines DEP Engineer Reports Fee Reports Miscellaneous Information Title V Permit EMS Geological Report Newsletters

    Original URL path: http://www.williamstwp.org/public-works/road-projects (2016-04-24)
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  • Snow Removal
    experienced mailbox damage may wish to consider installing a cantilevered mailbox support that will swing a mailbox out of harm s way Visit www dot state pa us for a copy of plans for a cantilever mailbox support Contact your local post office for more information about how to correctly position a mailbox During times of inclement weather crews will treat the roads with a predetermined salt and anti skid mix according to the type of precipitation occurring Plowing will start when an accumulation reaches two 2 inches Parking is prohibited on all Township and State roads after the start of a winter storm This is enforced by Ordinance 2002 7 and violators will be towed at owner s expense Please cooperate with this ordinance We only perform Winter maintenance on Township and State owned roads If you are on a private road or development the homeowners homeowners association or the condo association are responsible for snow removal During plowing operations the crews will be keeping the roads open for motorists After a storm has stopped the roads will be cleared from edge to edge of all snow Many residents complain about snow being pushed back into their driveway after they have cleaned it If possible wait until we are done with the roads to clean your driveway If you cannot wait please connect to the following link to see how to properly clear your driveway to prevent this from happening Click here to view the Driveway Plowing Diagram Please keep all garbage and recycling containers off of the public roadways at all times especially during storms Any mess created by not following this request will be the responsibility of the property owner to clean up Please click here to see an overview of the Williams Township Snow and Ice

    Original URL path: http://www.williamstwp.org/public-works/snow-removal (2016-04-24)
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  • FAQ
    owned and maintained by the State to include Winter maintenance Click here to review Township Roads There is a sinkhole in my yard What do I do The Township will only fix sinkholes within the confines of the paved roadway If you have a sinkhole on your property you will need to call a contractor to fix it My mailbox was hit during a snow storm What is going to be done about it Please click here to view the mailbox regulations under the Snow Removal section A Township plow or vehicle hit my garbage can Who s going to clean it up or replace my garbage can All garbage and recycling cans are to be placed behind the residents mailbox off of the paved road way The farther away they are the better chance that the snow from a plow won t hit it At no time throughout the year should garbage or cans of any kind be placed on the roadway Your garbage hauler will come and get it off of the roadway That is what you pay them for Home Administration Township Staff PA Government Boards Boards Board of Supervisors Minutes and Treasurer Reports Supervisor Meetings Videos

    Original URL path: http://www.williamstwp.org/public-works/faq (2016-04-24)
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  • Right to know
    Board of Supervisors Minutes and Treasurer Reports Supervisor Meetings Videos Applications Budget Financial Budget 2014 Budget 2015 Budget 2016 Calendar Community New Residents Dog FAQ Schools Community Building Contact Us Directions Emergency Services Land Preservation Land Preservation Board Minutes Application FAQ FAQ Landowners Options for Protecting Family Lands Conservation Easements Questions Answers Forms Related Links Landfill Committee Inspection Reports MSE Berm 2007 Informational Meeting Minutes Monthly Reports Settlement Agreements Landfill

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  • Recycling
    your Latex Paint at the Habitat for Humanity ReStore Electronics Recycling Beginning January 24 2013 no person may dispose of a covered device or any of its components with their municipal solid waste Covered Devices include desktop computers laptop computers computer monitors computer peripherals and televisions You may take your devices to be recycled at the following AERC www aercrecycling com GER Solutions www gersolutions net Curbside Recycling Program As of July 1st 2003 Curbside Recycling is Mandatory Required Your current trash hauler will collect your recycling We have private contractors haulers that collect garbage throughout the township Your neighbors will know which one is available in your area Click to View Download Ordinance Number 2003 1 Recycling Program Compact Fluorescent Light Bulb Recycling Program Please bring your used CFL s into the Municipal Building 655 Cider Press Road for recycling during normal business hours This is for CFL s only Drop Off Recycling Program We have a drop off Recycling Center located at 2300 Morgan Hill Road The center currently accepts paperback books magazines newsprint cardboard aluminum glass bi metal cans and plastic labeled 1 2 on the bottom The facility is open every day for your convenience Please note All dropped off recycling must be separated and placed in proper bins Please do not drop off trash at this facility The Boy Scouts will be at the recycling facility to assist you on the second Saturday of each month from 8 00 am to 12 00 pm Heavy metal will be accepted the second Saturday of each month only Williams Township can not recycl e batteries Please check with local retailers for recycling options such as Lowes Home Depot Best Buy Staples etc Home Administration Township Staff PA Government Boards Boards Board of Supervisors Minutes and Treasurer Reports

    Original URL path: http://www.williamstwp.org/resources-links/recycling (2016-04-24)
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  • Voting
    Election Office website here Home Administration Township Staff PA Government Boards Boards Board of Supervisors Minutes and Treasurer Reports Supervisor Meetings Videos Applications Budget Financial Budget 2014 Budget 2015 Budget 2016 Calendar Community New Residents Dog FAQ Schools Community Building Contact Us Directions Emergency Services Land Preservation Land Preservation Board Minutes Application FAQ FAQ Landowners Options for Protecting Family Lands Conservation Easements Questions Answers Forms Related Links Landfill Committee Inspection

    Original URL path: http://www.williamstwp.org/resources-links/voting (2016-04-24)
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  • Links
    Governors Center for Local Government The Fry s Run Watershed Association Lehigh Valley Planning Commission League of Women Voters Voting Election info LINCS Family Center Mariton Wildlife Sanctuary The Mary Meuser Library Northampton County Meals on Wheels Northampton County Pocono Wildlife Rehab for injured wildlife Northampton County Notification System Northampton County Public Records PA Attorney General PA Department of Agriculture PA Senate PennDOT PennDOT Travel Delays Pennsylvania Department of Health Pennsylvania Game Commission Pennsylvania State Police Prescription Discount Card Northampton County US Census Aark Wildlife Rehab Injured wildlife Williams Township Fire Company Wilson Area School District Wilson Borough Home Administration Township Staff PA Government Boards Boards Board of Supervisors Minutes and Treasurer Reports Supervisor Meetings Videos Applications Budget Financial Budget 2014 Budget 2015 Budget 2016 Calendar Community New Residents Dog FAQ Schools Community Building Contact Us Directions Emergency Services Land Preservation Land Preservation Board Minutes Application FAQ FAQ Landowners Options for Protecting Family Lands Conservation Easements Questions Answers Forms Related Links Landfill Committee Inspection Reports MSE Berm 2007 Informational Meeting Minutes Monthly Reports Settlement Agreements Landfill Committee Chrin Permit DEP eFACTS DEP EPA Fines DEP Engineer Reports Fee Reports Miscellaneous Information Title V Permit EMS Geological Report Newsletters Park information

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  • Sewer Committee
    maintenance of the Township sewer system The Cedar Park District provides public sewer service to 500 residential and six commercial customers in the Morgan Hill Legacy and Cedar Park Communities in Williams Township Since sewer rates in this district were last revised in 2006 growth in the number of homes drove down the township s per dwelling sewer expense Recognizing this the township supervisors asked for residents to serve on a committee to reevaluate sewer rates for the Cedar Park District The Committee consisted of seven township residents Valerie Ferguson Joy Gillett Susan Reed Merry Ristow Dan Cwynar Dana Kass and Tom Schuyler To encourage water conservation sewer rates were restructured to be both simpler and more closely aligned with water usage The revised rates were approved by the supervisors in August 2010 and used to produce the September 2010 sewer bills Sewer charge for an average residence using 1 200 cubic feet of water during a quarter decreased from 125 to 75 per quarter a 40 reduction Residential customers using more than 2 200 cubic feet of water during a quarter experienced an increase in sewer charges Commercial customers in the Cedar Park District are billed monthly The impact of the new rates on their sewer bills depends on their water usage In September 2010 the township supervisors created an ongoing Sewer Advisory Committee The role of the committee is to make recommendations to the Board of Supervisors for sewer rates the budget for sewer service customer billing capital planning and operational changes to improve the township s public sewer service Click here to read Resolution 2010 12 creating the Sewer Advisory Committee Home Administration Township Staff PA Government Boards Boards Board of Supervisors Minutes and Treasurer Reports Supervisor Meetings Videos Applications Budget Financial Budget 2014 Budget 2015 Budget

    Original URL path: http://www.williamstwp.org/sewer-committee/sewer-committee (2016-04-24)
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