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TVN's DaveTalk | Excuses, Excuses....

What is Salary Survey Plus?
TVN's Question of the Week | SIgn Regulations: 
How Far Can You Go? (October 10, 2019)

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news_twps_in_news_east_nottingham_estes.jpg East Nottingham Township in
Chester County recently said adieu to its first ever junior supervisor. Oxford Area High School senior Elizabeth Estes spent 10 months on the board of supervisors, giving monthly 
reports and undertaking a riparian buffer project. For full story check out page 86 of the Pa. Township News magazine.

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Webin@r Wednesdays
fit your busy schedule!

PSATS is offering a series of webinars on Wednesdays from noon to 1 p.m. Each month, the topics will rotate among the four tracks of the PSATS Municipal Government Academy (PMGA): public safety, planning/zoning, administration, and public works. 


  • Capital Improvement Planning can provide municipalities with a clear path to create meaningful projects, document improvement of their infrastructure's overall condition, and meet regulatory requirements. In this webinar, Jeffrey Shue of C.S. Davidson will help you define new management strategies for municipal infrastructure that can also produce improved opportunities and associated funding for those opportunities. This webinar will also focus on transforming compliance efforts into a planning process that combines and complements all aspects of the municipality’s infrastructure network.
  • Join us for a webinar to explore the PA Agricultural Ombudsman Program. The Ag Ombudsman Program is a statewide program that assist with public relations, education and conflict management related to agriculture. Let Beth Futrick, (Western PA), and Shelly Dehoff, (eastern PA), explain the program to you, what services we provide and the ways we can work with your municipality and residents when contentious situations arise, such as fly complaints or ordinance and land use issues.
  • The 2020 Census will determine such critical things as federal funding allocation for communities and states and political boundaries and representation. In this session, you will learn how to use the census data tools and educate residents about the importance of participating. This webinar is FREE to members.