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What would you like to see happen with the Girl Scout House on Third Street? The Girl Scouts are no longer interested in using the building. The Borough Council is seeking input from the public. Do you have a suggestion? If so, please contact the Borough
The Northumberland Borough Sewer Department is currently accepting applications for the position of 'Part-Time Laborer'. Applications can be picked up at the NBSD Sewage Treatment Facility, located at 100 Water Street, or at the Borough Office, located at 175 Orange Street. This job will remain posted until filled. For full job description click on the Careers link. The NBSD is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Northumberland Borough is accepting applications for a Street Department Supervisor to oversee all areas of Borough maintenance.
The Northumberland Borough Council approved the 2014 budget.
The Northumberland Borough Council has adopted an ordinance that amends the Borough Code to provide for a new part of Chapter 30, Property Maintenance, entitled "Neighborhood Blight Protections and Enforcement". The ordinance was adopted at the Borough Council meeting on September 3, 2013 at 175 Orange Street, Northumberland.
The entire ordinance is attached.
The Northumberland Borough Council members appointed Ellie Rees to the vacant seat on the Borough Council. The vacancy was created when former councilmember Frank Wetzel resigned. The term expires on December 31, 2013.