Dickinson Township is located in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. Its history revolves around farms, the schools, churches, mills, stores, blacksmith shops and the businesses that supplied them as well as the industries of the mountains which developed the natural resources of wood, iron ore, sand, clay and phosphorous.
Dickinson Township has an open position for Road Master. For more information and job description, visit the news/employment section of the website.
CARLISLE — Rep. Stephen Bloom (R-Cumberland) announced today that he will host a second “Coffee and Conversation” town hall meeting this month on Wednesday, Sept. 23, at 7 p.m. at the Dickinson Township Building, located at 219 Mountain View Road, Mount Holly Springs. The meeting is free to attend and open to all residents of the 199th Legislative District.
The meeting will feature a brief legislative update by Bloom, and will be followed by an open forum discussion where attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions and offer input.
“Communicating with constituents — hearing from them and listening to them — is key to my work as an elected representative,” Bloom said.”That’s what my ‘Coffee and Conversation’ meetings are all about. It’s a way for us to stay connected on the issues impacting our community and our Commonwealth.”
Residents interested in attending the Sept. 24 “Coffee and Conversation” meeting are asked to RSVP by Tuesday, Sept. 22. To register, complete the electronic form at RepBloom.com, or contact Bloom’s office by phone at (717) 249-1990. Please provide a name, address, number of people attending and a phone number to contact in the event that the meeting is rescheduled or canceled.
Met-Ed customers are urged to be aware of the ongoing, nationwide scam involving a telephone caller posing as a utility company employee threatening to shut off power unless immediate payment is made.
If your Met-Ed account is past-due, you will receive a written notice of your account status, with instructions on how to avoid disconnection of service. While a Met-Ed representative may call a customer whose bill is in arrears in order to remind them that a payment is due, the representative would explain how a payment can be made using our established payment options. They will NOT demand payment over the phone.
If a caller threatens to shut off your power unless immediate payment is received, hang up. If you wish to verify your account status or the identity of a Met-Ed employee, please call 1-800-545-7741.
The Board of Supervisors began their discussions on Article 4 of the Draft Zoning Ordinance as of April 20, 2015. Listed below are links to the draft proposed zoning ordinance with comments from the task force. As the Board continues their discussions, these links will be updated with the revisions and the date they were revised. The Board of Supervisors will happily accept any written comments regarding the draft proposed zoning ordinance. Please forward any comments to the Township Manager, Mike Masley, at email@example.com. CDs of the draft ordinances are available at the Township office for $3.00 each. Paper copies are available for 0.25 cents per page ($80.50 for Zoning, $24.50 for Saldo)
To review the articles, select a link below:
Draft Zoning Article 4, Sections 400 through 422. Revision date 4.20.15
Article 4 Revised 8.14.15 Section 423 to END. Revision date 7.20.15