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Leaf Pickup Tuesday October 25th, 2016

Planned Leaf Pickup Tuesday October 25th, 2016

Finish Route #1 (River Dr. to Race Avenue South of Marietta Pike to Columbia Ave. )

Start Route #5 – Zone A  (Bausman & Gable Park Woods, Bentley Lane & N. Bausman areas)  and Zone B (Elm to School House Rd, West of Abbeyville Rd. and Abbeyville Rd. both sides)

See the map here:  http://www.twp.lancaster.pa.us/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/Leaf-Pickup-Zone-Map.pdf

Please Remember: The leaf crew cannot pick up sticks, branches and grass. Please insure that only leaves are accumulated for pick up. Thank You.

Leaf Pickup – Monday, October 24th 2016

Planned Leaf Pickup for Monday, October 24th, 2016

Route #4 ( River Dr. to N. President north of Marietta Pike to Newton) and if time permits Route #1(River Dr. to Race Avenue South of Marietta Pike to Columbia Ave. )

Tuesday – Route #1(River Dr. to Race Avenue South of Marietta Pike to Columbia Ave. )

See the Route Map Here: – http://www.twp.lancaster.pa.us/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/Leaf-Pickup-Zone-Map.pdf

Pipeline breach in Lycoming County

10/21/2016: Early this morning, due to flooding in northern Pennsylvania, a Sunoco 8” pipeline reportedly was breached near Wallis Run Road and Butternut Grove Road in Gamble Township (Lycoming County). It is estimated that approximately 55,000 gallons spilled into the Susquehanna River. A response team from Sunoco is enroute from New York. The DEP Northcentral Region Office emergency response staff are on site with the Lycoming EMC, local responders, and representatives of Sunoco. The initial need for air monitoring of Volatile Organic Compounds and Explosive Limit is met. Due to flooding in the area, personnel are still having trouble accessing the break site. Local water authorities who use the Susquehanna River as a water source are being notified.