Lebanon County Commissioners on Thursday approved several requests from its redevelopment authority to obtain funding through the state’s Community Development Block Grant program for 2021.
The county’s Mental Health/Intellectual Disabilities/Early Intervention offices are awaiting renovation, but shipping of some supplies has been delayed due to the ongoing pandemic.
While county residents won’t notice any differences, the changes to Lebanon County’s 911 communications system will embrace new technologies that move the county toward future capabilities and away from outdated services and technologies.
The county commissioners approved Thursday by a 2-1 vote its portion of Phase 6C funding in the amount of $800,000 for the Lebanon Valley Rail Trail expansion project.
As a way to give back to a place that provided countless hours of entertainment and gave him so much joy, Syryth Mitchell decided to complete his Eagle Scout project at Annville Cleona Community Pool.
Since 2019, 136 first responders have been struck and killed while at an emergency scene or assisting the driver of a disabled vehicle.
Filling a vital role for public safety, the department of Child & Youth Services has no choice but to pay the bill for a court-ordered placement. COVID-caused spikes in provider costs are now straining the department’s budget.
Although eligible voters have until 4:30 p.m. on October 18 to register at the county’s voter registration office or until 11:59 p.m. to register online, elections officials encourage voters not to wait until the last minute.
Winning a gold medal at the Paralympic Games in Tokyo was a childhood dream come true for Lebanon native Ryan Neiswender.
The county’s two top elections positions need to be filled, with Michael Anderson being promoted to director of domestic relations and deputy Jo-Ellen Reilly retiring.
The trail is well on its “path” to becoming a national historic landmark given the recent unanimous vote in the House of Representatives.
At Thursday’s county commissioners meeting, a $500,000 funding request for the construction of 23 affordable housing units in North Lebanon Township was approved.
While not many have taken advantage of Lebanon County’s Emergency Rental Assistance Program thus far, Community Action Partnership administrator Samuel Ortiz expects the program to pick up steam.
Melissa Kulbitsky said 16 cafes, coffee shops, diners, restaurants and taverns, 14 motels, hotels and inns, seven bars and lounges, two ice cream shops and one catering service received CHIRP funding.
Lebanon County commissioners approved Thursday the recertification of all 60 polling places as handicap accessible.