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280 Kane St. STE #2
South Williamsport, PA
United States

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  • County Hall Corner: Moving Day Ahead?0

    Lycoming County government has a big problem. Quite simply, it owns more property than it needs. Here is the inventory — the primary facility where the county commissioners and the bulk of county offices are located is the Executive Plaza building, which sits behind another county property, the Lycoming County Courthouse. The County Prison is,

  • County Hall Corner: The High Cost of Delinquency0

    A rather interesting debate occurred at the work session of the County Commissioners on June 18th when Commissioner Tony Mussare questioned Ed Robbins, Director of Juvenile Probation, rather intensely over the cost of sending at-risk youth to the George Junior Republic complex at Grove City, PA. Commissioner Mussare was gagging over the price tag of

  • County Hall Corner: Family Court Division Gets New Home0

    Every organization has that one job that everyone wants to avoid. Believe it or not, the county court system has one too — and it is called Family Court. Senior Judge Dudley Anderson admitted this openly at a ribbon cutting ceremony held at the Lycoming County Court House on Monday, June 17th. He noted that

  • County Hall Corner: Good Job and Goodbye0

    It is sometimes a tedious task to cover the Lycoming County Commissioner’s Meetings, but Thursday, June 13th was not one of those times. In fact, to be honest, I personally was never more proud of my county than I was through that meeting. It began with a presentation of Job Well Done pins awarded to

  • County Hall Corner: Full STEAM Ahead0

    For many youngsters, summer means going to summer camp. Many people will attest that it was at a summer camp that their life turned around, or they found their faith or calling in life, or maybe even met their life mate. But there are those that cannot afford this opportunity, and among those are young

  • True Memorial Day0

    Now that the holiday is over, it is worth taking some time to check out some local sites that deserve a look. Located at West Fourth Street and Wahoo Drive in Williamsport is the Lycoming County Veterans Memorial Park. The drive is named after the USS Wahoo, a submarine that was lost with all hands

  • County Hall Corner: Reflections on the Election0

    The primary/special election of 2019 is over, and it was quite memorable. Here are some observations from my perspective: Tremendous Turnout: In the 2007, 2011, and 2015 primary elections, the voter percentage was the same, 28%. But last Tuesday, 42% of the voters turned out. This is especially surprising because throughout the state the voter

  • County Hall Corner: Two Choices to Get it Right0

    On Tuesday, May 21st, one of the most important elections in years will be held here in Lycoming County. Though all elections are important in some respect, this one has the potential of changing the direction of county government for many years to come. Though voting for mayors, borough council members or township supervisors are