610-926-4920
1 Quarry Road, Blandon, PA 19510
PO Box 319, Blandon, PA 19510
Hours of Operation:
Monday thru Friday 8am - 4pm
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October Meetings 2017

CANCELLED Planning Comm
7pm

October 12 Board of
Supervisors 7pm

October 11 Park and Rec 7pm

October 19 Authority 5pm

The above meetings are held at
1 Quarry Road, Blandon

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

October 9 Police Comm 11am
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: maidentwp@gmail.com
- 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
400 North Street, 4th Floor
Harrisburg, PA 17120-0225

Phone: 717-346-9903
Fax: 717-425-5343
Email:
openrecords@state.pa.us
Maidencreek Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania
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2017 Township Holiday
Schedule

New Year's Day             Jan. 2

Good Friday                 April 14

Memorial Day                May 29

Independence Day         July 4

Labor Day                      Sept. 4

Thanksgiving Day        Nov. 23

Black Friday                 Nov. 24

Christmas/New Year's
Dec. 25 - Jan. 1
Board of Supervisors
Meeting Agenda and
Packet

Spotted Lanternfly Pest Alert
Ag Security Enrollment Application
Gypsy Moth
Adopted March 27th 2017

Zoning Ordinance

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Zoning Ordinance Hearing
Official Transcript
Northern Berks EMS

RESIDENTIAL CURBSIDE
BRUSH COLLECTION
Pick up dates:
September 18th
October 2nd & 16th
Please call the Township
Office at 610-926-4920, (press
5 and leave your address) to
be placed on the collection list
by the Friday before collection
date

PLEASE DO NOT PUT OUT
THE FOLLOWING FOR
BRUSH PICK UP:
ornamental grass, garden
plants; (these will be picked up
with leaves), trees or brushes
with a diameter greater than
12 inches, or anything with dirt
& roots attached


Please advise that collection
may take 1-3 days, please be
patient. We will be around to
collect your brush pile
Trick or Treat Night will
be Tuesday, October 31st
5pm to 9pm
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.

Congratulations to
Avery Millisock on
completing his Eagle
Scout Project
(click for the Reading Eagle article)