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  • I am reaching out to you in desperation to see if you can find the person responsible for the “Socrates Cafe” which meets in your building..These announcements come with no name signed, no indication of where Delmont is, no information about how to get off your mailing list, – Nothing_. I had to Google to find you,Socrates!

    Every time I get an invitation, I return an email notice to “Please take me off this mailing list.” but Socrates always writes to me again.
    I live in Lewisburg,-( perhaps you’ve heard of Bucknell?,) and for many months these notices have been coming. I have been receiving announcements from Socrates, who wants me to come to his meetings. Please,please stop these notices. I might come to your meetings, but you are too far away.

  • Partner Engineering and Science, Inc. is conducting an environmental assessment of Cloverleaf Estates East Mobile Home Park located at 718 Cloverleaf Circle in Delmont, PA. This property also includes addresses on Pembrooke Drive, Sheffield Drive, Hillcrest Drive, Cloverleaf Drive, Cloverleaf Circle, Plymouth Drive, Lakeview Drive, Larchwood Drive, Farnsworth Drive, Devonshire Drive, and Hawthorne Court. Would you be able to provide information regarding the drinking water provider, whether the property is serviced by sanitary sewers and the provider of such service, and the electric and natural gas providers for the area of the Cloverleaf Estates East Mobile Home Park?
    I can be reached by return email at apuskorius@partneresi.com. Thank you for your time and I look forward to hearing from you.

  • The borough should penalize Republic Services for not picking up the trash today. The trash sitting out for three extra days is an eyesore and begins to remind people that we might as well be living in the city of Pittsburgh instead of the clean country.

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