1/20/21 Board of Supervisors Meeting: Procedures Due to COVID-19

1/20/21 Board of Supervisors Meeting: Procedures Due to COVID-19

RICHLAND TOWNSHIP BOARD OF SUPERVISORS JANUARY 20, 2021 PUBLIC MEETING PROCEDURES DUE TO COVID-19   The Richland  Board of Supervisors will conduct a public  and virtual public meeting on Wednesday, January 20, 2021 at 7:00 p.m at  the municipal assembly room 4019 Dickey Road Gibsonia, Pa.   Residents who are

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Informational Zoom Meetings Re: Proposed Chatham EcoVillage

Informational Zoom Meetings Re: Proposed Chatham EcoVillage

Two (2) informational meetings are scheduled this week regarding the proposed Rachel Carson EcoVillage. The plan consists of residential townhouse units to be constructed on the Chatham University Eden Hall Campus. The informational Zoom meetings are scheduled for: Wednesday, January 13th at 6:30pm Sunday, January 17th at

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Ms. Ann Miller Sworn in as Supervisor of Districts 3 & 4

Ms. Ann Miller Sworn in as Supervisor of Districts 3 & 4

    Richland Township is pleased to announce that Ms. Ann Miller was sworn in as Richland Township Supervisor of Districts #3 and #4 at the January 4, 2021 Board of Supervisors meeting.   Ms. Miller, who resides within the Districts where the vacancy has occurred, will

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Valencia Road Closure Begins Jan. 5th

Valencia Road Closure Begins Jan. 5th

PennDOT has announced that there will be a closure of Valencia Road, beginning January 5th, 2021, for an anticipated 2-week period.  The project involves repairs between Gleason Landscaping (5950 Valencia Road) and the Self-Storage property.  This will be a full and complete closure 24/7 through January 19th. 

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Christmas Tree Disposal

Christmas Tree Disposal

Vogel Disposal will be collecting holiday trees throughout the months of December and January at no extra cost. Simply leave the tree (no bag, and with all decorations removed) out with your trash to be collected. Directions from Vogel state: You must remove decorations. Cut tree so

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In Memory of Bart Miller, Richland Township Supervisor

In Memory of Bart Miller, Richland Township Supervisor

  We are sad to announce the passing of Bart Miller, Richland Township Supervisor.  Bart’s fellow Supervisors and the Township staff are heartbroken over the loss of their friend and colleague.  He will be greatly missed.  We send condolences to his wife Ann and his children Luke

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Vacancy on Richland Municipal (Water) Authority Board

Vacancy on Richland Municipal (Water) Authority Board

Richland Township is currently accepting applications to fill a vacancy on the Richland Municipal (Water) Authority Board  Please note that this is a volunteer position.  Members serve without compensation. If you are interested in becoming involved and making a difference in your community, please submit cover letter

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Seeking: Receptionist/Administrative Assistant

Seeking: Receptionist/Administrative Assistant

Receptionist/Administrative Assistant – The Township of Richland is currently seeking applicants to fill a part-time position (16-24 hours per week) with a motivated, highly-capable individual who is interested in growing with the position.  A minimum of three (3) years administrative, customer service and/or financial experience is required. 

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West Branch Deer Creek Stabilization Project at Rt 910 Complete

West Branch Deer Creek Stabilization Project at Rt 910 Complete

        Improving Richland’s Waterways and Environment in 2020   MANDATE – As part of the Federal Clean Water Act and the Municipal Separate Storm Sewer (MS4) Program, all municipalities are required to implement and maintain a stormwater management program for minimizing the impacts of

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Richland Township Reopening Plan

Richland Township Reopening Plan

  August 8, 2020   RICHLAND TOWNSHIP REOPENING PLAN   Richland Township has been following guidelines from the Federal, State and County governments to help reduce the spread of COVID-19 and to promote the health and safety of the community.   As the phased reopening process in

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