Surplus Property up for Bid

The Borough of Lewisburg has identified multiple items as surplus property and is accepting sealed bids for the purchase of these items.  All items are being sold “As-Is” with no expressed or implied warranties.

  • Lot 1 – 1997 F-350 4×4 DRW Truck with Boss V plow, Flink tailgate spreader SS and hydraulic dump with 47,982 miles.
  • Lot 2 – Wooden tables and chairs
  • Lot 3 – Decorative Holiday wreaths

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February 18th Council Meeting Change

NOTICE is hereby given by the Borough of Lewisburg that the Borough Council’s February 18, 2020, Council Meeting will be held at 239 North Fifth Street in the Training/Classroom located on the First Floor of the Fire Department Support Center at 6:30 PM, not in the Borough Building Council Chambers.

 

 

Anyone requiring special assistance may call the Borough Office at 570-523-3614 to make necessary arrangements.

Ward I Council Member Vacancy

The Borough of Lewisburg has a vacancy for a Ward I Council Member.  Council serves as the legislative body of the Borough, setting policy, enacting ordinances and resolutions, adopting budgets, and levying taxes.  Council also performs executive functions such as formulating the budget, enforcing ordinances and approving expenditures.  In general, a Council member is a community leader and represents the Borough’s interests, past, present and future.  The extent of these activities will be defined by the individual’s own view of civic responsibilities, particular fields of individual interest, and personal skills and talents. This Council member would also be required to serve on various other committees/boards/commissions as needed.  Interested residents of Ward I should submit a letter/email of interest to the Borough Office no later than Friday, February 14, 2020.  Email address:  office@lewisburgborough.org.  A brief summary of the candidate’s interest should be included.  A resume is helpful, but not required.  Interested candidates should plan to attend the Borough Council Meeting on Tuesday, February 18, 2020 at 6:30 pm.

 

Any questions can be directed to William Lowthert, Lewisburg Borough Manager at 570-523-3614 between 8:00 AM and 4:30 PM or wlowthert@lewisburgborough.org.

Calling All Ward I Residents

An information-and-discussion session for residents of Lewisburg Ward I will be held at the William Cameron Engine Company Training Center on North Fifth Street, Lewisburg, on October 28 at 6 PM. Proposed topics to be addressed include the flood-plain restoration project in Hufnagle Park, shade-tree issues, mission and vision statements for the borough’s developing strategic plan, and the enforcement of the borough’s refuse ordinance. Any topics that participants want to raise will also be discussed.

All Ward I residents (Lewisburg residents living between the river and North 5th Street from Market Street to St. Anthony Street) are invited to attend, discuss, and ask questions about these and other borough matters. The meeting will be led by Susan Mahon and Michael Derman, Ward I representatives to the Lewisburg Borough Council.

Fall Tree Trimming Pick-Up Schedule

The Borough will be conducting its curbside collection of tree trimmings the week of Monday, October 14th through Friday, October 18th. This is a one-time event that follows the normal street maintenance schedule.

Tree trimmings should be bundled, be no larger than 2″ in diameter and 4′ in length. All other tree trimmings can be taken to the brush pile located behind the Wolf Field Complex (off of St. Anthony Street) during the normal hours of operation – Wednesdays from 8 AM to 4 PM and Saturdays 8 AM to Noon.

NOTICE TO NON-RESIDENTS: There is a fee schedule for the use of the Borough’s brush pile. Feel free to contact the Borough Office for details.

Fall Leaf Pick-Up Schedule

The Borough’s fall leaf pick-up season begins on Monday, September 16th.

Only leaves should be raked into piles along the curb on your regularly scheduled street cleaning day. Remember, leaf pick-up requires that the ‘no parking’ restrictions be honored the entire time posted on the street signs!

Monday, September 30th the Borough will tow vehicles in violation of the parking requirements.

The last day for leaf pick-up will be Friday, November 22nd.

MARKET STREET LEAF PICK-UP: If you live on Market Street, place your leaves along the curb for pick-up between the hours of 6 AM and 7 AM every Monday morning.