Fall Leaves Pick Up to Begin in Conyngham
October 6, 2014
The Conyngham Borough Streets Department will begin picking up fallen leaves next week, weather permitting. Please see below for important information. Please call the office with any questions.
Valley Pets on Route 93, Conyngham will host a low cost spay/neuter clinic on MONDAY, SEPT. 29TH in partnership with Eastern PA. Animal Alliance, a non-profit organization, and the Conyngham Borough Feral Cat program. Registration starts at 8:30 a.m. The program includes household pets, dogs or cats, as well as feral cats. Anyone interested is encouraged to call EPAA at 570-994-5846 to register a household pet or for more information on-line at www.epaaonline.com. Feral cats are accepted on a walk-in basis and will be registered at that time. Information packets on feral cats can be picked up at valley Pets during regular business hours and the day of the clinic or at the Conyngham Borough Office during regular office hours. The next spay-neuter clinic will be held at valley Pets on MONDAY, OCT. 6th. Please help us make a humane difference in our surrounding communities by spaying and neutering.
Conyngham Borough Council is seeking students interested in applying for the position of Junior Council person. Applicants must be a Conyngham resident and a high school Junior or Senior. Attendance at monthly council meetings is expected. Community service/class credit may be included with school board approval. Interested persons may submit a resume and an expression of interest in the position to Conyngham Borough, PO Box 442, Conyngham, PA 18219. Deadline for applications is Thursday September 11, 2014. Please call the Borough Office at 570-788-4385 with any questions.
Conyngham Borough Council is seeking a qualified individual to sit on the UCC Appeals Board. Applicant must have experience and training in building construction. Letters of interest may be sent to the Conyngham Borough Office, 215 Main St, PO Box 442, Conyngham, PA 18219
Movie night will be held Aug 15 at 8:30pm in the whispering willows park. The film to be shown is “Lego”. Those attending are asked to bring a blanket and snack. Light refreshments will be available.
There will be a public meeting in council chambers on July 30th at 6pm to provide you with an overview of the Comprehensive Downtown Study that was prepared for Conyngham Borough by Alfred Benesch & Company and Urban Research & Development Corporation. Conyngham DS Announcement Final