610-926-4920
1 Quarry Road, Blandon, PA 19510
PO Box 319, Blandon, PA 19510
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Monday thru Friday 8am - 4pm
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February Meetings 2018

February 8 Board of Supervisors
7pm

February 7 Planning
Commission 7pm

February 14 Park and Rec 7pm

February 15 Water Authority 5pm

The above meetings are held at
1 Quarry Road, Blandon

The meeting below is held at 37
Ontelaunee Drive, Reading
19605

February 12 Police Comm 6pm
held at Ontelaunee Twp building




Township Open Record Policy
Record Request Form
PA Opens Record Office

Maidencreek Township Open
Records Officer Contact
Information:

Open Records Officer
Diane Hollenbach
phone 610-926-4920

Requests for records may be
submitted by:

mail:  PO Box 319, Blandon, PA
19510
- or -
email:
d.hollenbach@maidencreek.net
- or -
fax 610-926-6314

Pennsylvania Office of Open
Records:
Appeals may be filed with:

Mailing Address:        
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
Office of Open Records
Commonwealth Keystone
Building
333 Market Street, 16th floor
Harrisburg, PA 17213-0333

Phone: 717-346-9903
Fax: 717-425-5343
Email:
openrecords@pa.gov
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2018 Township Holiday
Schedule

New Year's Day             Jan. 1

Good Friday                 March
30

Memorial Day                May 28

Independence Day         July 4

Labor Day                      Sept. 3

Thanksgiving Day        Nov. 22

Black Friday                 Nov. 23

Christmas/New Year's
Dec. 24 - Jan. 1
Board of Supervisors
Meeting Agenda and
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Note To Residents:

Ransomware and phishing continue
to flood the internet in attempts to
scam consumers and businesses.  
The IRS recently warned that
consumers and businesses should
avoid a phishing scheme that
impersonates the IRS and FBI as
part of their attack.  The IRS said:

"The scam email uses the emblems
of both the IRS and FBI.  It tries to
entice users to select a 'here' link to
download a fake FBI questionnaire.  
Instead, the link downloads a certain
type of malware called ransomware
that prevents users from accessing
data stored on their device until they
pay money to the scammers."

It is important to remember that the
IRS does not use email, text
messages or social media to
discuss tax matters.  If a business or
individual receives this type of email,
they should immediately report it to
the FBI at the Internet Crime
Complaint Center

More enterprise victims were struck
by ransomware last year than ever
before, and that trend is expected to
continue to rise as ransomware
evolves.
TIPS ON HOW TO
ELIMINATE SPOTTED
LANTERNFLYS
2018 Draft
Budget

Citizen's Police Academy

RECYCLING MESSAGE:


Township Personnel has witnessed our
recycling contractor dumping trash cans
into the recycling truck. These trash cans
had garbage bags in them and we believed
it to be trash. The contractor claims the
trash cans are filled with recycling and
they can see through the bags. From here
on out, if you are not using a township
recycling bin, you will need to clearly mark
the can RECYCLING. Do not put your
recyclables in garbage bags. They will not
be picked up if it appears to be a regular
can of garbage. The Township will be
getting stickers in shortly and will make
them available to mark cans as well. Or
come on over to the Township office and
we can give you a recycling can and lid at
no charge. Thanks for helping us!
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT the Maidencreek
Township Board of Supervisors will hold a
special public meeting on Friday, February
16, 2018 beginning at 9 a.m.  at the municipal
building located at 1 Quarry Road, Blandon.  
The purpose of the meeting is to conduct
interviews, deliberate and possibly take
action on the position of Maidencreek
Township Solicitor. The public is welcome to
attend and observe.

By Order of the Board of Supervisors
Maidencreek Township
ANNUAL STREET
SWEEPING






April 24 - 27
DO NOT PARK ON
STREETS BETWEEN
7am and 6pm