EFFECTIVE MARCH 30, 2015, CITY HALL HOURS WILL BE 7:30-NOON, 1:00-5:30 MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY AND 8:00-NOON FRIDAY. MAINTENANCE HOURS WILL CONTINUE TO BE 10 HOUR DAYS MONDAY THROUGH THURSDAY. THANK YOU TO EVERYONE THAT RETURNED SURVEY FORMS.
DUE TO SCHEDULING CONFLICT, THE APRIL 14, REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING WILL BE HELD ON APRIL 13, 7:00 PM. ALSO AT THAT TIME WE WLL HOLD A PUBLIC HEARING TO CLOSE OUT THE WATER IMPROVEMENT PROJECT.
THE 2015 CONSUMER CONFIDENCE REPORT FOR CALENDAR YEAR 2014 HAS BEEN POSTED TO THE FEATURES PAGE.
RABIES CLINIC - THE CITY IS SPONSORING A RABIES CLINIC ON APRIL 11, 2015, 1:30-3:30 PM, AT THE CITY PARK
CITY HALL WILL BE CLOSED THE FOLLOWING DATES/TIMES: APRIL 16TH, 21ST, AND 24TH ALL DAY. CITY HALL WILL OPEN AT 9:00 AM ON APRIL 3, INSTEAD OF 8:00 AM. WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE.
THE CITY NEEDS YOU! THERE ARE THREE COUNCIL POSITIONS UP FOR ELECTION AND ONLY ONE PERSON HAS FILED TO RUN. WE NEED MORE PEOPLE TO RUN. YOU CAN RUN AS A WRITE-IN CANDIDATE. CONTACT THE CTY HALL OR THE COUNTY CLERK FOR MORE INFORMATION.
February 19, 2015 Council Work Session Minutes, March 16, 2015 Special Council Meeting Minutes, and Unofficial March 17, 2015 Regular Council Meeting Minutes have been posted to the Council Page.
There is FREE bread available at the Community Center and the Post Office. If the open sign is on the west door of the Community Center there is bread available. It will be at the Post Office except on weekends. Lula Feldhut volunteers her time to go pick up day old Pepperidge Farms bread. She isn't allowed to choose what type of bread, but we are thankful for whatever we get. There are no limitations on who can receive the bread or quantity taken, just bring back the barcode for education on the outer sack.
THE EVENTS PAGE HAS BEEN REPLACED WITH THE FEATURES PAGE. THIS PAGE WILL "FEATURE" ORDINANCES, RESOLUTIONS, PROCLAMATIONS, ETC. THAT ARE OF INTEREST TO THE CITIZENS OF UNIONTOWN. CHECK IT OUT!
The City was under the impression that reseeding of the water pipeline replacement was part of the Water Improvement Project, but learned otherwise and the contractor will not be reseeding. The Council has approved to provide fescue seed for those areas. Property owners will have to put down the seed themselves, but the seed will be available at City Hall. If you would like seed, please bring a container for the seed. It can be picked up during normal City Hall hours.
NOW AVAILABLE - Citizens may purchase gravel from the City for $30 per tractor bucket delivered. Call today to order yours.