Lewisburg Borough Council’s Community Development/Planning Committee will be meeting on Wednesday, November 07, 2018 at 6:30 PM. The location of this meeting will be at the Beaver Memorial United Methodist Church, 42 South Third Street. This special meeting is being held for the presentation/discussion of the proposed Human Relations Ordinance, formerly referred to as the proposed Non-Discrimination Ordinance (NDO).
Council, at their regular monthly meeting Tuesday, October 16th, approved the proposed 2019 budget with millage rates as follows: General Fund 10.085; Debt Service Fund 0.598; Street Lighting Fund 0.407; Fire Protection 1.010; Shade Tree Fund 0.100; Regional Recreation Fund 0.540. This makes the 2019 total millage 12.740.
There is no increase in this proposed 2019 budget.
If you would like to review the proposed 2019 budget, it can be found below.
Halloween is this month. And on Wednesday, October 31st trick or treating can occur in the Borough between the hours of 6 PM and 9 PM.
Have a fun, exciting and safe evening.
As you know the Borough’s brush pile was closed on Wednesday due to the recent weather conditions and flooding in the area of Wolfe Field.
We are pleased to inform you the brush pile will be open Saturday, September 15th from 8 AM until 12 Noon. Please use caution around the brush pile as areas of flood water still remain.
Due to the recent weather conditions and the flooding in the area of Wolfe Field, the Borough has decided to close the brush pile. However, it has been determined that the Recycling Center will remain open. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Borough Office.
Lewisburg Borough has cancelled their August Community Development/Planning Committee meeting. The Committee had anticipated discussing a new version of the draft Non-Discrimination Ordinance this month. However, the size of the anticipated crowd at the Committee meeting required the Borough to find an alternate location for this meeting. That alternate location also appeared too small to accommodate the crowd expected to attend. As such, a new location for the meeting was secured, but the new facility was not available for the normal Community Development/Planning Committee meeting date and time. An alternate day and time was selected for the Committee meeting, but unfortunately the selected evening conflicted with a previously scheduled event at a nearby organization. That organization’s leadership was concerned that attendees at the Committee meeting would fill all available parking spaces in the area preventing their members from attending their organization’s event. In addition, some members of the organization also wanted to attend the Committee meeting to participate in the Non-Discrimination Ordinance discussion. Accordingly, the Committee meeting has been cancelled and the Borough will likely schedule a special Community Development/Planning Committee meeting later in August or in September to discuss the draft Non-Discrimination Ordinance. Once a date, time, and location is finalized, it will be announced on the Borough’s Facebook page and the Borough’s website.