Legal Notices and Public Notices
Warriors Mark Township Public Notices and Legal Notices appear in The Daily Herald, 1067 Pennsylvania Avenue, Tyrone, PA 16686, 814-684-4000, a newspaper of general circulation to Warriors Mark Township residents.
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Warriors Mark Township Board of Supervisors, 2024 January Organizational and Regular January Meetings.
In accordance with The Second-Class Township Code, Section 602, the Warriors Mark Township Board of Supervisors January 2024 Organizational Meeting will convene on the 1st Tuesday in January: January 2, 2024.
The Organizational Meeting will take place at 2:00 PM, in the small meeting room at the Warriors Mark Fire Hall, 4571 Fire House Road, Warriors Mark, PA 16877.
At 2:15 PM, following the Organizational Meeting, the regular January Monthly Meeting of the Warriors Mark Board of Supervisors will convene at the same location.
For the remainder of the year 2024, the Regular Monthly Meetings of the Warriors Mark Township Board of Supervisors are scheduled to take place as follows:
– February through December Monthly Public Meetings 6:30 PM, 1st Tuesday of the month;
All Monthly Public Meetings are held at 4571 Fire House Road, Warriors Mark, PA 16877. Township Office Phone #814-632-7223
Warriors Mark Township Board of Auditors, 2024 January Organizational Meeting.
Warriors Mark Township Board of Auditors, in accordance with The Second Class Township Code, Section 901, will meet to Organize on the day following The Board of Supervisors Organizational Meeting. The Board of Auditors will meet on Wednesday, January 4, 2024; 7:00 PM, at the Warriors Mark Fire Hall, 4571 Fire House Road, Warriors Mark, PA 16877.
In preparation for Winter Highway Maintenance, Township Resident cooperation is requested in removing any obstacles, except mail boxes, in the Township’s right-of-way.
- Failure to remove these obstacles will result in their removal by the Township. Obstacles include, but are not limited to, inground markers, trash cans, pots, vegetation and any other obstacle.
- Plowing snow from private driveways, across Township or State highways/ roads is PROHIBITED.
Plan ahead for the Winter Storm. It is suggested that homeowners use the following technique to minimize the amount of snow a highway snowplow shoves into the entrance to your driveway. Facing the street, use a shovel or snow blower to clear a space to the left of your driveway that’s at least 10 feet long and at least over a car width wide and couple of feet off the cartway. That way, when the snowplow comes down the street, it pushes most of the snow into that area and not into your driveway. This area should be cleared after each snowstorm in preparation for the next storm.
Be kind to the plow operator. As annoying as the snowplow pile deposited at the entrance to your driveway may be, don’t give in to the impulse to hurl the snow back into the street. That just prolongs the problem, causing the snowplow truck operator to make more passes to clear the road. The result? Another plow pile of snow.
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We express our sincere thanks to Mark E. Brown for 12 years (2007-2019) of dedicated community service as a Warriors Mark Township Supervisor.
Congratulations to our own Vince Lombardi on being the recipient of the following prestigious state wide honor! The Keystone Emergency Management Association (KEMA) is Pennsylvania’s official professional association dedicated to providing a Commonwealth-wide forum for the exchange of ideas, techniques, and best practices in Emergency Management. At KEMA’s 2019 Emergency Preparedness Conference, held at the Blair County Convention Center, October 27th – 29th, Huntingdon County Emergency Management Agency volunteer, who also is Warriors Mark, Franklin and Spruce Creek Township’s Emergency Management Coordinator, Vincent “Vince” Lombardi was selected to receive the 2019 KEMA Municipal Coordinator Award for Excellence.
TOWNSHIP ORDINANCE NOTICE
From time to time the Township adopts or amends ordinances, and frequently there is a significant gap between the time an ordinance is adopted or amended, and the time that the new or amended ordinance is posted on the Township’s website.
THEREFORE, ANYONE WHO IS CONSIDERING OR INTERESTED IN UNDERTAKING ANY ACTIVITIES RELATED TO THE SUBDIVISION OR DEVELOPMENT OF LAND WITHIN THE TOWNSHIP, OR AN ACTIVITY WHICH IS RELATED TO THE MATTERS ADDRESSED BY ANY OF THE ORDINANCES APPEARING ON THE TOWNSHIP’S WEBSITE, SHOULD SPEAK WITH THE TOWNSHIP SECRETARY TO DETERMINE WHETHER THE VERSION OF ANY ORDINANCE APPEARING ON THE TOWNSHIP’S WEBSITE IS THE MOST RECENT VERSION.