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NOTICES FOR THE WEEK OF JAN 18

 

ESTATE NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that Letters

Testamentary on the Estate of Randy

R. Swisher a/k/a Randy Ray Swisher,

Deceased, late of Conewago Township,

Dauphin County, Pennsylvania,

have been granted to the undersigned

Executrix. All persons therefore

indebted to said estate are requested

to make immediate payment, and

those having just claims will please

present the same, duly authenticated,

for settlement, without delay. Elizabeth

W. Swisher, 5225 Ridge Road, Elizabethtown,

PA 17022 Executrix; Gerald

J. Brinser – Attorney.

#105 0104-3T

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TO THE RESIDENTS OF THE BOROUGH OF MIDDLETOWN

Notice is hereby given that the Borough Council of the Borough of Middletown will be holding a public hearing and consider

for adoption an Ordinance on Medical Marijuana amending the Zoning Ordinance at the Regular Business Meeting

on February 7, 2017 at 7 P.M. in the Council Chambers of Middletown Borough Council located at Borough Hall, 60 West

Emaus Street, Middletown, PA 17057. A copy of the proposed Ordinance is shown below.

ORDINANCE NO. 1336

MIDDLETOWN BOROUGH, DAUPHIN COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA

AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOROUGH OF MIDDLETOWN, DAUPHIN COUNTY,

PENNSYLVANIA AMENDING CHAPTER 260 (ZONING) OF THE BOROUGH’S

CODE OF ORDINANCE TO PROVIDE FOR THE REGULATION OF

MEDICAL MARIJUANA FACILITIES AND PROVIDING FOR CERTAIN TERMS AND CONDITIONS.

Section 1. DEFINITIONS.

This ordinance shall amend Article II, Section 260-200 to add the following terms and definitions in alphabetical order of the existing terms and definitions:

CAREGIVER-The individual designated by a patient to deliver medical marijuana.

CERTIFIED MEDICAL USE-The acquisition, possession, use or transportation of medical marijuana by a patient, or the acquisition, possession, delivery, transportation or administration of medical marijuana by a caregiver, for use as part of the treatment of the patient’s serious medical condition, as authorized by certification by the Commonwealth.

CLINICAL REGISTRANT-An entity that:

1. Holds a permit, both as a grower/processor and a dispensary; and

2. Has a contractual relationship with an academic clinical research center under which the academic clinical research center or its affiliate provides advice to the entity, regarding, among other areas, patient health and safety, medical applications and dispensing and management of controlled substances.

CLINICAL RESEARCH CENTER–A research facility within which an accredited medical school within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania operates with or partners with an acute care hospital licensed within the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for researching activities.

DISPENSARY-A person, as provided in Section 260-200, which holds a permit from the Pennsylvania Department of Health to dispense medical marijuana.

FORM OF MEDICAL MARIJUANA-The characteristics of the medical marijuana recommended or limited for a particular patient, including the method of consumption and any particular dosage, strain, variety and quantity or percentage of

medical marijuana or particular active ingredient.

GROWER/PROCESSOR-A person, as provided in Section 260-200, which holds a permit from the Pennsylvania Department of Health to grow and process medical marijuana.

IDENTIFICATION CARD-A document issued by the Pennsylvania Department of Health that permits access to medical marijuana.

MEDICAL MARIJUANA-Marijuana for certified medical use as legally permitted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania with Act 16 of Apr. 17, 2016, P.L. 84.

MEDICAL MARIJUANA ORGANIZATION or FACILITY-A dispensary or grower/processor of marijuana for medical purposes.

MEDICAL MARIJUANA DELIVERY VEHICLE OFFICE-Any facility used to house delivery vehicles for supplying marijuana plants or seeds to one or more marijuana grower/processors and/or dispensaries.

REGISTRY-The registry established by the Pennsylvania Department of Health for all medical marijuana organizations and practitioners.

Section 2. USES AND DISTRICTS.

a. This ordinance shall amend Article IX, “C-1 Commercial District, Shopping,” Section 260-901 “Permitted Uses.” to add the following to the end of the existing list of permitted uses:

EE. Medical Marijuana Delivery Vehicle Offices.

FF. Medical Marijuana Dispensaries.

GG. Clinical Research Center.

b. This ordinance shall amend Article X “C-2 Commercial District, General,” Section 260-1002 “Permitted Uses.” to add the following to the end of the existing list of permitted uses:

AA. Medical Marijuana Delivery Vehicle Offices.

BB. Medical Marijuana Dispensaries.

CC. Clinical Research Center.

c. This ordinance shall amend Article XI “M-1 Manufacturing District, Limited,” Section 260-1101 “Permitted Uses.” to renumber the former subsection 260-1101.BB and add the following:

CC. Medical Marijuana Growers/Processors.

DD. Medical Marijuana Delivery Vehicle Offices.

EE. Medical Marijuana Dispensaries.

FF. Clinical Research Center.

Section 3. REGULATIONS.

This ordinance shall amend Article XVIII by adding the following Sections and Regulations:

§ 260-1823. Clinical Research Centers.

1. Clinical Research Centers shall meet the off-street parking requirements listed for offices in Article 16. § 260-1824. Medical Marijuana Grower/Processor.

1. Medical Marijuana Grower/Processors shall meet the off-street parking requirements listed for manufacturing plants in Article 16. § 260-1825. Medical Marijuana Delivery Vehicle Service.

1. Medical Marijuana Delivery Vehicle Offices shall meet the off-street parking requirements listed in Article 16. § 260-1826. Medical Marijuana Dispensary.

1. Medical marijuana dispensaries shall meet the off-street parking requirements listed for retail business and customer services establishments and public buildings in Article 16.

Section 4. PARKING.

This ordinance shall amend Article XVI by adding the following use to the chart of uses and required parking spaces located under Section 260-1602.G, “Facilities required”:

Type of Use Number of Parking Spaces Required

Medical Marijuana Delivery Vehicle Service 1, plus 1 for every delivery vehicle and 1 for every employee during the largest shift.

Section 5. SEVERABILITY. If any section, subsection, provision, regulation, limitation, restriction, sentence, clause, phrase or word in this Ordinance is declared by any reason to be illegal, unconstitutional, or invalid by any court of competent jurisdiction, such decision shall not affect or impair the validity of this Ordinance or Chapter 260 of the Middletown Code as a whole, or any other section, subsection, provision, regulation, limitation, restriction, sentence, clause, phrase, word or remaining portion of this Ordinance or Chapter 260 of the Middletown Code. Borough Council hereby declares that it would have adopted this Ordinance and each section, subsection, phrase and word thereof, irrespective of the fact that any one or more of the sections, subsections, provisions, regulations, limitations, restrictions, sentences, clauses, phrases or words may be declared illegal, unconstitutional or invalid.

Section 6. EFFECTIVE DATE. This Ordinance shall become effective in accordance with applicable law.

DULY ORDAINED AND ENACTED this ________ day of ______________ 201__ by the Borough Council of the Borough

of Middletown, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, in lawful session assembled.

BOROUGH OF MIDDLETOWN

Grace Miller, Borough Secretary

60 West Emaus Street

Middletown, PA 17057

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CONTNUED HEARING NOTICE

NOTICE OF ZONING HEARING – DOCKET #2016-02

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Lower Swatara Township Zoning Hearing

Board will hold a Public Hearing at the request of David J. Tshudy, Pepper

Hamilton, Atttorneys at Law on behalf of Fritz Lee Dickerson, IV, Ashton Chase

Dickerson, Thomas N. Steele, Fritz Lee Dickerson, III, Ann M. Korb, (Docket

#2016-02) for a variance from the provisions of the Lower Swatara Township

Code of Ordinances, as amended, as follows: a variance from Chapter 27 Zoning,

Part 5. Residential Suburban District (R-S) § 27-502 (Permitted Uses) and §

27-508 (Coverage Regulations). The properties are located within the Residential

Suburban (R-S) District. The subject properties are identified by Tax Parcel No.

and Address as follows: No. 36-011-052, 1880 North Union Street, Middletown,

PA No. 36-011-019, 1860 North Union Street, Middletown, PA, No. 36-011-021,

54 Condran Drive, Middletown, PA, No. 36-011-020, 1802 North Union Street,

Middletown, PA, and Portion of No. 36-011-062, South of U.S. Route 283. The

properties are located within the Residential Suburban (R-S) District.

A CONTINUED Hearing will be held Thursday, January 26, 2017 at 6:00 PM

at the Lower Swatara Township Municipal Building, 1499 Spring Garden Drive,

Middletown, Pennsylvania.

The Zoning Hearing Board will be rendering a decision on the Variance Request.

All interested parties are invited to attend.

Randall Breon, Chairman

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NOTICE OF

DISSOLUTION

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Directors of Light of Hope Community

Church, a Pennsylvania Non-profit corporation having its registered office

at 100 Floral Lane, Dauphin, DauphinCounty, Pennsylvania, approved a

proposal to dissolve the corporation and that the Board of Directors is

now engaged in winding up and settling the affairs of said corporation in

accordance with the provisions of the Pennsylvania Non-profit Corporation

Law of 1988, as amended.

The Law Office of Michael Cherewka

624 North Front Street

Wormleysburg, PA 17043

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ESTATE NOTICE

Notice is hereby given that Letters of Administration on the Estate of

Barbara T. Gingrich, Deceased, late of Derry Township, Dauphin County,

Pennsylvania, have been granted to the undersigned Administrator. All

persons therefore indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate

payment, and those having just claims will please present the same, duly

authenticated, for settlement, without delay. David M. Gingrich, 17 Talisman,

Hershey, PA 17033 - Administrator;

Keith D. Wagner – Attorney.

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PUBLIC NOTICE

Please be advised the Elizabethtown Borough Zoning Hearing Board will

hold a public meeting on Monday, February 6, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. at the Elizabethtown

Borough Office, 600 S. Hanover Street, Elizabethtown, PA 17022 to

consider the following:

1. The property owner of 448 S. Market Street is seeking dimensional variances

from the following sections of the Zoning Ordinance to use the property

as an apartment house:

1) Chapter 27, Part 8, § 807.1. “Lot Area, Lot Width and Impervious

Coverage Regulations–Apartment Dwellings–Lot Area.”

2) Chapter 27, Part 8 § 807.1. “Lot Area, Lot Width and Impervious

Coverage Regulations–Apartment Dwellings–Lot Width at Street

and Setback.”

3) Chapter 27, Part 15, § 1504.D. “Apartment (Garden

Apartments/Apartment Houses).”

2. The property owner of 502-508 S. Market Street is seeking to appeal the

Zoning Officer’s determination and seek a modification of the Zoning Hearing

Board’s 2004 decision. The property owner is seeking to change the existing

garage space into living space without exceeding the number of residential units.

Rodney Horton

Zoning Officer

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NOTICE OF AUDIT
BOROUGH OF HIGHSPIRE
In accordance with section 1196 of the Borough code, the following concise financial
statements present the financial position of the Borough of Highspire at December 31,
2014 and the results of its operations for the year then ended
BOROUGH OF HIGHSPIRE
CONCISE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR PUBLICATION
CONCISE BALANCE SHEET –MODIFIED CASH BASIS – COMBINED FUNDS
DECEMBER 31, 2014
ASSETS
Cash $ 3,197,880
Investments – at market value 3,156,769
Total assets $ 6,354,649
LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCE
LIABILITIES
Due to other governments $ 96,872
E scrow funds payable 18,411
Total liabilities 115,283
FUND BALANCE
Restricted fund balance 42,147
Reserve for pension and employee benefits 3,156,769
Unappropriated fund balance 3,040,450
Total fund balance 6,239,366
Total liabilities and fund balance $ 6,354,649
Liabilities excluded from above related to the Borough’s net debt as of
December 31, 2014 are as follows:
General obligation bonds as of December 31, 2014 $ 5,670,000
Capaital Lease as of December 31, 2014: $ 62,777
BOROUGH OF HIGHSPIRE
CONCISE FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FOR PUBLICATION
CONCISE STATEMENT OF REVENUES, EXPENDITURES AND CHANGES
IN FUND BALANCE – MODIFIED CASH BASIS – COMBINED FUNDS
YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31, 2014
REVENUES
Real estate taxes (assessed value $75,133,600) $ 1,221,282
Act 511 taxes 345,767
Licenses and permits 53,281
Fines and forfeits 34,884
Interest and rents 519
Net investment income 161,921
Intergovernmental revenue 654,135
Contributions and donations 13,340
Charges for services 1,020,178
Sewer rentals 1,183,369
Other 77,847
Total revenues 4,766,52
EXPENDITURES
General government 285,797
Police protection 996,494
Fire protection 115,822
Ambulance protection 11,515
Building, regulation and planning 29,836
Emergency management 3,021
Solid waste collection and disposal 202,367
Sanitary sewers 1,135,379
Highways, roads and streets 546,626
Storm water management and flood control 365
Culture and recreation 36,630
Community development 290,046
Debt service 481,526
Pension benefits paid 67,974
Insurance 35,964
Total expenditures 4,239,362
Excess expenditures over revenues
before other financing sources (uses) 527,161
OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES) (119,136)
Excess revenues over expenditures 408,025
FUND BALANCE BEGINNING OF YEAR 5,831,341
FUND BALANCE END OF YEAR $6,239,366
The complete financial statements, together with the audit opinion of the independent
certified public accountant, have been filed with the Prothonotary of the Court of
Dauphin County and are on file at the Borough’s office.
#198 0909-1T
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