Capital Area Transit and rabbittransit Provide Free COVID – 19 Vaccination Transportation Capital Area Transit (CAT) and rabbittransit are offering shared ride transportation service to any community member who needs transportation to and from their schedu led COVID – 19 vaccination appointment. As the COVID vaccine continues to become more available, CAT and rabbittransit are dedicated to ensuring that transportation is not a barrier in getting vaccinated and is ready to assist the community with transportation to reach their vaccine appointments. CAT and rabbittransit are offering FREE shared ride service for area residents for COVID vaccines. Advance reservations for transportation service are required. Residents will need to call CAT (Dauphin C ounty only) or rabbittransit no later than noon the business day prior to their appointment. CAT or rabbittransit staff will assist individuals in the reservation process. When scheduling a shared ride trip to a vaccination site, riders must have a confir med COVID – 19 appointment at the location they are requesting transportation. If you are in need of transportation to a COVID vaccination site in the rabbittransit service area, contact the rabbittransit Call Center at 1 – 800 – 632 – 9063. For Dauphin County res idents, call the CAT Customer Service Center at 717 – 238 – 8304. rabbit transit , a regional public transportation provider, offers a variety of transportation services to the residents of Adams, Columbia, Cumberland, Franklin, Montour, Northumberland, Perry, Snyder, Union and York Counties. More than 8,000 people depend on rabbit transit each day to get to work, medical facilities, school and other life – sustaining activities. rabbit transit is dedicated to helping all residents in the regi on get to where they want to go. Capital Area Transit (CAT), a multi – jurisdictional public transportation provider, offers a variety of transportation services to the residents of the City of Harrisburg, Cumberland and Dauphin County. Providing nearly 2 ,000,000 trips a year, riders depend on CAT each year to get to work, medical facilities, school and other life – sustaining activities. CAT is dedicated to helping all residents in the region get to where they want to go.
YORKANA BOROUGH MINUTES -FEBRUARY 2, 2021 THE DEC.7,2020 BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING WAS HELD AT BOROUGH BUILDING WITH FOLLOWING MEMBERS PRESENT: STEVE DAUGHERTY, CHRISTINE GROSH, DON DAUGHERTY, BLADE KLINE, ROSALYN McELHENNY, RUTHANN PALACIOS. ABSENT: MARVIN HENISE. PRES. DAUGHERTY OPENED THE MEETING AT 7:30 P.M. WITH PLEDGE AND INVOCATION BY LYN SECRETARY REPORT WAS SUBMITTED, RUTHANN MADE MOTION TO ACCEPT, LYN SECONDED, MOTION CARRIED.. TREASURER REPORT WAS REVIEWED: BLADE MADE MOTION TO ACCEPT, DON SECONDED, MOTION CARRIED. ENGINEER REPORT : DON AND MARV DID WALK THROUGH FOR NEW SIDEWALK GRANT WITH CHRIS KRAFT, AN ESTIMATE OF $50,176.23 WAS SUBMITTED. LYN MADE MOTION, RUTHANN SECONDED TO PASS RESOLUTION FOR ENGINEER TO SUBMIT BLOCK GRANT APPLICATION. MOTIONCARRIED. CHRIS MADE MOTION, BLADE SECONDED FOR PRESIDENT AND SEC. TO SIGN APPLICATION, MOTION CARRIED. UNFINISIHED BUSINESS: HOLLABAUGH PROPERTY, LYN WILL TAKE PICTURES OF HIS YARD TOO BE GIVEN TO MAGISTRATE. BLADE,MARV, MAYOR, LYN, AND NITA ATTENDED FIRE CO. MEETING, TO EXPLAIN ZONING ORDINANCE, AND STATING THAT FIRE CO. OFFICE MUST STAY IN BOROUGH, AND EXPLAINED THAT WORKMEN’S COMP INSURANCE IS HANDLED BY BOROUGH COUNCIL. BUDGET: RUTHANN MADE MOTION, LYN SECONDED TO ADOPT 2021 BUDGET OF $52,000 AND KEEP REAL ESTATE MILLAGE AT .025 MILLS, AND PER CAPITA AT $20 MOTION CARRIED. DON REPORTED STREET LIGHT WAS REPAIRED. NEW BUSINESS: LYN REPORTED OF 2 STRAY DOGS, WHICH WAS REPORTED TO MICHELLE KLUGH. LYN MADE MOTION TO PAY BILLS, RUTHANN SECONDED, MOTION CARRIED. LYN MADE MOTION TO ADJOURN, DON SECONDED, MOTION CARRIED. RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED, JUANITA SMITH, SEC.
Republic Services of York is going to be closed on Monday due to the storm. This means we’ll be running a 1 day delay all week, much like a holiday week. Monday on Tuesday, Tuesday on Wednesday, Wednesday on Thursday, Thursday on Friday and Friday on Saturday.
YORKANA BOROUGH MINUTES
NOVEMBER 2, 2020
THE OCTOBER 5, 2020 BOROUGH COUNCIL MEETING WAS HELD AT THE
BOROUGH OFFICE WITH ALL MEMBERS PRESENT.
PRESENT STEVE DAUGHERTY OPENED THE MEETING AT 7:30 P.M WITH
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE AND INVOCATION BY LYN McELHENNY
SEC REPORT WAS SUBMITTED, RUTHANN PALACIOS MADE MOTION TO ACCEPT
LYN SECONDED, MOTION CARRIED.
TREASURER REPORT WAS REVIEWED, BLADE KLINE MADE MOTION TO ACCEPT,
MARV HENISE SECONDED. MOTION CARRIED.
UNFINISHED BUSINESS: SEPTIC MAINTENANCE LETTERS WERE MAILED TO ALL
PROPERTY OWNERS. SEC. RECEIVED SEVERAL CALLS WITH QUESTIONS.
BOROUGH PROPERTY, D.C. WOODS WAITING ON DUMPSTER FROM LANDFILL
TO CLEAN UP TREE DEBRIS. AND THEN WILL PUT IN TOPSOIL
MARV ORDERED NEW BANNERS AND LANDFILL WILL PAY FOR ANNOUNCEMENT
SIGN TO BE ADDED TO BOROUGH SIGN.
SEC WILL FILE CITATION FOR TOM HOLLABAUGH VIOLATION OF ORDINANCE.
ENGINEER CHRIS KRAFT REPORTED THAT CDBG GRANT APPLICATION FOR
2021-2023 ARE DUE JAN. 15, 2021, STEVE WILL SCHEDULE WALK THROUGH
TO INSPECT SIDEWALKS WITH ENGINEER.
NEW BUSINESS: COUNCIL VOTED TO NOT HOLD TRICK OR TREAT THIS YEAR,
FALL CLEAN UP IS NOV. 3
BLADE MADE MOTION , MARV SECONDED TO DONATE $2500 TO FIRE CO.
EMENHEISER HOUSE WAS SOLD AT TAX UPSET SALE
RUTHANN MADE MOTION TO ADJOURN, LYN SECONDED, MOTION CARRIED,
NEXT MEETING, NOV. 2
RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED, JUANITA SMITH, SEC.