Commissioners MaryAnn Warren (above, left) and Betsy Arnold (right) applaud as commissioner Alan Hall displays a plaque from PCORP recognizing Susquehanna County for their commitment to safety. Story and photos by Rick Hiduk (Also published in the Susquehanna County Independent) Freshly returned from the fall conference of the County Commissioners
Submitted Article On Monday, a seven-person delegation representing the Bootstrap Campaign delivered more than twice as many nominating petitions as required, for the four Bootstrap candidates in the upcoming Susquehanna County Commissioners’ race, to the Susquehanna County Voter Registration and Elections Office a day earlier than required. The Bootstrap candidates,
Commissioner Elizabeth Arnold has announced her candidacy for re-election to the office of County Commissioner in Susquehanna County. Ms. Arnold is a lifelong resident of the county and comes from a family of farmers and entrepreneurs. She grew up in Elk Lake and has been residing in Bridgewater Township for
Bootstrap Campaign coalition members include (clockwise from top) Dana Rockwell, Judy Hershel, Sue Rowe, and Sue Pipitone. Story and photo by Reggie Sheffield (Also published in the Susquehanna County Independent) As snow from last Saturday’s storm began falling over Susquehanna County, the beginnings of a different kind of storm brewed
Susquehanna County employees found a soft spot in the roof of the courthouse in Montrose (above) while inspecting the clock tower recently. Repairs to the both the roof and the tower could reach $90,000. The announcement by Commissioner Alan Hall (top, center) came after the regular meeting of the commissioners
Susquehanna County Commissioners (above, from left) MaryAnne Warren, Alan Hall, and Betsy Arnold met at the courthouse in Montrose (top) on Wednesday morning. Numerous surplus items stored in the maintenance building at back left of the courthouse will be available for sale in March. Photos and Story by Rick Hiduk
Photos and Story by Rick Hiduk Johnson Controls account executive Nick Sracic (above, right) and Johnson East PA Market Team operations manager David Brunner (second from right) explain the process of bid solicitation by performance contractors to those in attendance at the Jan. 11 meeting of the Susquehanna County Commissioners.
To help Susquehanna County reassess the impacts of the natural gas industry, the Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) will award a state grant to the county to help with its comprehensive plan, Reps. Tina Pickett (Bradford/Sullivan/Susquehanna) and Jonathan Fritz (Susquehanna/Wayne) announced on Monday. “Over the past decade, the