• Cocalico School District addresses lead levels in water sources

    Cocalico School District continues to address elevated lead levels in several water sources at Reamstown Elementary School and Cocalico High School. None of the seven sources are used by students, and some are no longer used at...

    • Posted March 20, 2019
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  • West Cocalico approves RFP for pension funding

    In the West Cocalico supervisors’ Feb. 19 meeting, the board approved an RFP (Request for Proposals) intended to allow the township to explore options for funding its employee pensions. Township manager Carolyn Hildebrand presented the item to...

    • Posted March 20, 2019
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  • Declaration House is under roof

    Declaration House, located at 240 Main Street, has a new look, thanks to exterior work nearly completed. After demolition of the former structurally inadequate Denver House and a ground breaking on Sept. 17, 2018, the original footprint...

    • Posted March 13, 2019
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  • Denver Borough will receive land parcel from Fulton Bank

    Denver council on March 11 received confirmation from Fulton Bank officials that the parcel of land behind the former Fulton Bank on Main Street will be donated to the borough. Borough manager Mike Hession said that the...

    • Posted March 13, 2019
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  • Adamstown Borough hears 2018 police response times

    Police response times have been calculated by the Ephrata Police Department for 2018. Lt. Thomas Shumaker submitted the following information to Adamstown Borough for their March 5 meeting. There was no discussion. Code 1 and 2 dispatches...

    • Posted March 13, 2019
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  • West Cocalico seeks to help fire companies thrive

    In the March 7 West Cocalico supervisors meeting, the board sat down with local fire company members to try to figure out how to help the township’s two fire companies to thrive. There wasn’t a round table...

    • Posted March 13, 2019
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  • Big changes for East Cocalico Township’s woody waste site

    Spring is just around the corner. If you’re an East Cocalico resident accustomed to heading to the woody waste site behind the township building to dump woody yard waste from trees and shrubbery trimmings, don’t be surprised...

    • Posted March 6, 2019
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  • Tax bills sent out with incorrect information

    East Cocalico Township’s website on Feb. 27 informed residents that recent tax bills sent out had the wrong township name and incorrect tax collector’s phone number. The bills show Aston Township, which is located in Delaware County,...

    • Posted March 6, 2019
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  • Denver Borough considers replacing phone system

    Borough Manager Mike Hession reported to council at their Feb. 25 meeting that although more work is needed to research how a different phone system would hook into voice alarm notifications to public works employees, it looks...

    • Posted February 27, 2019
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  • East Cocalico ready to consider LERTA requests

    Supervisors announced at their Feb. 21 meeting that Lancaster County commissioners approved the five-year, tax relief proposal for new business development in the township. Supervisors are interested in developing the 272 corridor, designated by the Lancaster County...

    • Posted February 27, 2019
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