Pennsylvanians Encouraged to Protect Themselves Against Tick-Borne Diseases When Venturing Outdoors

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Deer Tick Virus in ticks detected at high levels in additional locations around Pennsylvania   Harrisburg, PA – Pennsylvanians experiencing “spring fever,” that perennial urge to venture outdoors to hike, hunt, fish and explore, should plan now to protect themselves and their families against potentially serious tick-borne diseases—including Lyme disease…

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Andover Utilities Replacement

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The purpose of this notification is to inform you that Dover Township is currently conducting a utility replacement project within the Andover development. During this project, you will still be able to travel in and out of your development. We request that NO on-street parking take place during this project.…

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Andover Development Project

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The Dover Township Board of Supervisors on December 13, 2021, accepted a proposal from Doli Construction Corp. to replace/upsize the sanitary sewer and water facilities within the entire Andover Development. The work will start on February 21, 2022 and is scheduled to be completed by May 1, 2023. Spotts, Stevens…

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FEMA Disaster Assistance

When a state, territorial, or tribal government (STTL) determines an incident exceeds their capability to respond, the Governor or Tribal Chief Executive may request a declaration from the President through FEMA. The President may provide federal assistance when the magnitude or threat of an incident exceeds the affected state, territorial,…

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Storm Damage August 2021

Were you affected by the recent storm? The York County Office of Emergency Management is asking property owners to file damage reports to possibly get financial help for residents affected by the storm from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).  If you have not already reported your damage, please do…

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