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Murrysville tax rate stays the same

Tribune-Review
| Tuesday, December 22, 2015 3:21 p.m

The municipal property tax rate will remain at 12.15 mills next year under the $12.3 million spending plan that council approved Nov. 16.

Offices closed for holidays

• Murrysville’s governmental offices will be closed Friday and Jan. 1 in observance of the Christmas and New Year’s holidays, respectively.

There will be a one-day delay in trash and recycling service due to the holidays. For those residents who have their trash collected on Friday, it will be collected on Saturday. This collection schedule will affect the weeks of Dec. 21 and Dec. 28.

For more information, contact Republic Services at 877-788-9400.

• Delmont Borough’s governmental offices will be closed today, Friday, and Jan. 1 in observance of the holidays.

For more, call the borough office at 724-468-4422.

Clelian Heights Night

The sixth annual Clelian Heights Night at Franklin Regional High School will be Jan. 12.

The game, which will be a scrimmage between two Crusader teams from the Clelian Heights School for Exceptional Children, will be at 7:30 p.m. in the main gym at the high school, 3210 School Road in Murrysville.

The teams will be coached by Franklin Regional’s varsity girls and boys teams. It will take place between the varsity games against the Plum Mustangs.

For more, see ClelianHeights.org.

4-H open house

Parents are invited to learn about 4-H projects available to area children at a Jan. 13 event at the Penn State Extension Office in Greensburg.

4-H offers 150 different projects, from rockets to sewing to pets and conservation for children ages 5 to 18.

The meeting is at 7 p.m. at 214 Donohoe Road in Greensburg.

For more, call 724-837-1402 or see Extension.psu.edu/westmoreland.

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