“The status quo is not an option for the Middletown Police Department,” says a report from Transparency Matters, a Harrisburg-based police consulting firm retained by the Borough of Middletown to provide an independent assessment of its police department.(MORE)
Street sweeping has resumed in Middletown after a delay caused by concerns regarding how the Borough disposes of material collected by the street sweeping operations. (MORE)
The Borough of Middletown will celebrate Earth Day with a “clean up the park” work day Wednesday in Hoffer Park.
Borough offices will be closed for the day to allow all Borough employees to take part. Joining them will be employees from Fed-Ex and the Borough’s new water-sewer partners, United Water. Approximately 20 participants are also expected from Harrisburg Area Community College’s Youth Build program.
In addition to manpower, United Water will also supplement the Borough’s Public Works crew with a dump truck and other equipment. (MORE)
>> Borough launches redesigned web site (4-20-15)
Welcome to Middletown Borough’s new, redesigned web site.
We won’t call this the culmination of months of work, because “culmination” would imply this is the end result, or finished product. This is no such thing. Rather this is the framework for what will be a “living document.” (MORE)
>> Elks Theater to close for repairs (3-6-15)
The Elks Theater in Middletown will be closing indefinitely following a decision Wednesday by the Middletown Industrial and Commercial Development Authority to proceed immediately with repairs needed to address building code and life safety issues in the 100-plus year old building. (MORE)
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