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NOTICES FOR THE WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 24

NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE
ZONING HEARING BOARD OF LOWER
SWATARA TOWNSHIP, DAUPHIN
COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA, WILL HOLD
A SPECIAL MEETING ON WEDNESDAY,
OCTOBER 1, 2014, AT 6:30 P.M. THE
PURPOSE OF THE SPECIAL MEETING
IS TO CONSIDER ACTION ON THE
RETAINING OF THE LAW FIRM OF
DAVIDSON & YOST AS THE SOLICITOR
FOR THE ZONING HEARING BOARD.
ANY OTHER PERTINENT BUSINESS
MAY ALSO BE TRANSACTED AT THE
SPECIAL MEETING.
THE MEETING WILL BE HELD AT THE
TOWNSHIP BUILDING, LOCATED AT
1499 SPRING GARDEN DRIVE, MIDDLETOWN,
PA 17057.
RANDALL BREON
CHAIRMAN
9/17-2T #181
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ESTATE NOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Letters
Testamentary have been granted in the
following Estate. All persons indebted to
the said Estate are required to make payment
and those having claims or demands
to present the same without delay to the
Executrix or attorney named below.
ESTATE OF Thomas J. Carricato, late of
Steelton, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania
(died July 25, 2014). Executrix – Arlene
A. Carricato. Attorney – Bruce J. Warshawsky,
Esquire, Cunningham and
Chernicoff, P.C., 2320 North Second
Street, Harrisburg, PA 17110.
9/17-3T #182
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FICTITIOUS NAME
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant
to the provisions of the Act of Assembly
of May 24, 1945, P.L. 967, as amended,
of intention to file in the Office of the
Secretary of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania,
at Harrisburg, and in the Office of
the Prothonotary of the Court of Common
Pleas of Dauphin County, on or about the
15th day of September 2014, a Certificate
for the conduct of a business in Dauphin
County, Pennsylvania, under the assumed
or fictitious name of Jason Kreider Brant
with its principle place of business at
1704 Pineford Dr., Middletown, PA 17057.
The purpose of said business is operating
as a producer within Life Insurance
Brokerage Industry.
The name(s) and address(es) of the
person(s) owning or interested in said
business is: Jason Michael Kreider.
9/24-1T #183
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TAX ASSESSMENT NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that the DAUPHIN
COUNTY BOARD OF ASSESSMENT
APPEALS has completed its annual
hearings of appeal for tax assessments
of real estate and that the assessment
roll for calendar year 2015 and school
fiscal year 2015-2016 is completed. The
assessment roll is available for inspection
by any citizen at the Dauphin County
Assessment Office, Second Floor, Dauphin
County Administration Building, 2
South 2nd Street, Harrisburg, PA 17101,
between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:30
p.m., Monday through Friday.
ADDITONALLY, NOTICE is also given
that any Dauphin County property owner
may file an annual appeal of his/her/its real
estate tax assessment with the Board of
Assessment Appeals between June 1st
and August 1st, 2015. Appeal forms and
the Rules of Appeal Procedure utilized by
the Board may be secured from the Office
of the Board, Second Floor, Dauphin
County Administration Building, or by calling
the Board’s Office at (717) 780-6102.
The Rules of Appeal Procedure utilized
by the Board should be reviewed by an
Appellant as they will be strictly followed
by the Board at the time of an assessment
hearing. Failure to abide by the Rules may
result in the loss of your appeal.
Dauphin County Board of Assessment
Appeals
Jeffrey B. Engle, Esquire
Solicitor, Board of Assessment Appeals
9/24-1T #184DC
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PUBLIC NOTICE
The Dauphin County Board of Elections
will commence the computation
and canvassing of the returns of votes
cast at the General Election, held on
Tuesday, November 4, 2014, at 9:00
a.m. on November 7, 2014 in the Bureau
of Registration and Elections Office, 2 S.
2nd St., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
BY ORDER OF THE DAUPHIN COUNTY
BOARD OF ELECTIONS
Mike Pries, Chairman
Jeffrey T. Haste
George P. Hartwick, III
Gerald D. Feaser, Jr., Director
9/24-1T #185DC
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PUBLIC NOTICE
THE BOARD OF ELECTIONS OF DAUPHIN
COUNTY HEREBY GIVES NOTICE,
pursuant to the Electronic Voting Systems
Chapter of the Pennsylvania Election
Code, and specifically pursuant to Section
3031.10 (D) thereof, that preparation
of an electronic voting system and its
components for use in all election districts
in Dauphin County will be started by Custodians
appointed by the Board beginning
at 9:00 a.m. on Monday, October 13, 2014,
in the warehouse located at the Dauphin
County Transportation Building, Storage
Facility, 1271 S. 28th St., Harrisburg,
Dauphin County, Pennsylvania 17111.
Pursuant to Section 3031.10, it is the
right of the Chairman of the County
Committee of each political party which is
entitled under existing laws to participate
in Primary, Municipal, Special and General
Elections within Dauphin County, and the
chairman or presiding officer of any organization
of citizens within Dauphin County
which has as its purposes the investigation
or prosecution of election frauds and
which has registered its name and address
and the names of its principal officers with
the Dauphin County Board of Elections at
least fifty (50) days before the upcoming
election, or of their respective certified
representatives, to be present during the
preparation of the electronic voting system
and its components and to see that they
are properly prepared and are in proper
condition and order for use. However,
such representatives shall not interfere
with the preparation of the electronic
voting system and its components, and
the conduct of such representatives may
be subject to such reasonable rules and
regulations promulgated by the Dauphin
County Board of Elections.
Any qualified person desiring to be present
during the preparation of the electronic
voting system should contact Gerald D.
Feaser, Jr., Director, Dauphin County
Bureau of Registration & Elections, First
Floor, Administrative Building, 2 S. 2nd
St., Harrisburg, PA 17101 (780-6360).
This Notice is given pursuant to provisions
of the Election Voting Systems
Chapter of the Election Code in effect
in Pennsylvania.
BY ORDER OF THE DAUPHIN COUNTY
BOARD OF ELECTIONS
Mike Pries, Chairman
Jeff Haste
George P. Hartwick, III
Gerald D. Feaser, Jr., Director
9/24-1T #186DC
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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,
2013 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, 2013
ASSETS
Cash $ 3,118,369
Investments - at market value 2,872,594
Total assets $ 5,990,963
LIABILITIES AND FUND BALANCE
LIABILITIES
Due to other governments $ 154,401
Escrow funds payable 5,221
Total liabilities 159,622
FUND BALANCE
Restricted fund balance 50,144
Reserve for pension and employee benefits 2,872,594
Unappropriated fund balance 2,908,603
Total fund balance 5,831,341
Total liabilities and fund balance $ 5,990,963
Liabilities excluded from above related to the
Borough’s net debt as of December 31, 2013 are as follows:
General obligation bonds as of December 31, 2013: $ 5,940,000
Capital Lease as of December 31, 2013: $ 96,088
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, 2013
REVENUES
Real estate taxes (assessed value $75,169,500) $1,143,870
Act 511 taxes 408,548
Licenses and permits 49,903
Fines and forfeits 43,698
Interest and rents 560
Net investment income 366,918
Intergovernmental revenue 284,853
Contributions and donations 18,542
Charges for services 976,771
Sewer rentals 1,183,772
Other 318,588
Total revenues 4,796,023
EXPENDITURES
General government 284,194
Police protection 1,006,603
Fire protection 76,374
Ambulance protection 11,515
Building, regulation and planning 31,954
Emergency management 2,319
Solid waste collection and disposal 205,211
Sanitary sewers 1,172,218
Highways, roads and streets 382,257
Culture and recreation 15,068
Conservation and development 14,764
Community development 17,656
Debt service 3,112,300
Pension benefits paid 60,024
Insurance 21,027
Total expenditures 6,413,484
Excess expenditures over revenues
before other financing sources (uses) (1,617,461)
OTHER FINANCING SOURCES (USES) 2,688,202
Excess revenues over expenditures 1,070,741
FUND BALANCE BEGINNING OF YEAR 4,760,600
FUND BALANCE END OF YEAR $5,831,341
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.
9/24-1T #187
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PUBLIC NOTICE
Notice is given that the Board of Supervisors
of the Township of Londonderry,
Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, will hold
a public meeting on October 6, 2014, at
7:00 p.m., in the Londonderry Township
Municipal Building, 783 S. Geyers Church
Road, Middletown, Pennsylvania, for the
conduct of such general business as
may properly be presented and for the
purpose of consideration and enactment
of the Ordinance summarized below. A
complete copy of the Ordinance, including
the zoning map identified as attachment
A to the Ordinance, is available for
inspection at the Township Municipal
Building on any regular business day
between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Title
of Ordinance: An Ordinance to amend
the code of ordinances of the Township
of Londonderry, Chapter 27, Zoning, to
further provide for the enforcement and
administration of the chapter, to revise
regulations governing the agricultural
district, to establish a new A-O agricultural
overlay district, to revise the zoning map
to establish this overlay district along
particular roadways and on particular
sites, to revise the use regulations in the
residential district (single family) and general
use regulations, to permit and regulate
temporary and permanent structures for
the sale of agricultural commodities, to
revise regulations governing institutional
parking, and to add definitions. Summary:
Section 1 provides definitions for the terms
agricultural commodities, agriculture, bed
and breakfast, family farm support business
(light and general), intensive raising
of livestock and poultry, prime agricultural
soils, temporary roadside produce
stand, vineyard and winery, and deletes
definitions for the terms public grounds,
sanitarium and tourist home. Section 2
states filing requirements related to applications
for permits under the Zoning
Code. Section 3 states administrative
procedures and requirements for conditional
uses and requirements for site
plans. Section 4 revises and restates the
provisions of Part 5 of the Zoning Code
concerning the agricultural district. Section
5 amends the uses permitted in the
R-1 residential district. Section 6 amends
and restates the use regulations applicable
to family farm support businesses. Section
7 retitles section 1602 of the Zoning
Code. Section 8 amends the general use
regulations applicable to private and semiprivate
outdoor recreation areas. Section
9 amends and restates the general use
regulations applicable to bed and breakfast
establishments. Section 10 deletes
the general use regulations for tourist
homes. Section 11 adds use regulations
governing temporary roadside produce
stands. Section 12 adds use regulations
governing permanent accessory buildings
for the sale of agricultural commodities.
Section 13 adds use regulations governing
the intensive raising of livestock and poultry.
Section 14 establishes the intensive
raising of livestock and poultry as a use
permitted by special exception in the
agricultural district. Section 15 amends
and restates the rules governing off-street
institutional parking. Section 16 adds Part
21 to the Zoning Code, establishing an agricultural
overlay district in specific areas
of Londonderry Township, amending the
zoning map to reflect the overlay district,
identifying permitted and conditional uses,
establishing requirements and conditions
on such uses and authorizing additional
conditions, and identifying administrative
requirements related to such conditional
uses. Section 17 preserves in full force
and effect all other provisions of the Code
of Ordinances of Londonderry Township.
Section 18 provides for severability in the
event of invalidity. Section 19 provides
for the Ordinance to take effect five days
after its enactment.
9/24-1T #188
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