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Date: 20 January 2021

Farmland Preservation Board Meeting

Location: 107 Fairgrounds Road, Building #10, Upstairs, Waynesburg, PA 15370
Meeting of the Farmland Preservation Board of Directors

News & Notices

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Date: 13 January 2021

Covid Updates January 2021

Greene County is in a supporting role in administering the COVID-19 vaccine. The County continues to be a partner in information gathering, plan validation and assisting in any way available.
Date: 7 December 2020

Bond Ordinance Notice and Text of the Ordinance

The Greene County Commissioners have published a summary Notice under the Local Government Unit Debt Act, that they will enact an ordinance authorizing non-electoral debt. This is a refinancing of the current 2016 Bonds.

Important Dates for the PA Primary

Mark your calendars with these important dates for the #PAPrimary.Visit votesPA.com/ReadyToVote  to learn about mail-in voting, new voting systems and how you can get involved. #votesPA #ReadytoVotePA

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Important Dates for the PA General Election

Mark your calendars with these important dates for the #PAPrimary. Visit votesPA.com/ReadyToVote to learn about mail-in voting, new voting systems and how you can get involved. #votesPA #ReadytoVotePA.

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Mail-In Voting

The new voting reform law creates an option to mail your ballot without the need to provide a reason. Voters can skip the lines on election day with mail-in voting. Read more about this convenient way to vote: votesPA.com/mailballot #votesPA #ReadyToVote

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Tobacco cessation class to be offered in Greene County

A free program designed specifically to help people who want to quit using tobacco has been announced by Greene County Human Services’ Drug and Alcohol Program.  

Smoke-Free for Life, a group program to help understand the habit, develop a plan to quit and use maintenance strategies, will begin with an introductory session on January 22, 2020 at 6 p.m. 

The session will be held in the Community Room at Parkview Knoll in Carmichaels. 

The remaining sessions of the program will be held on the following dates: January 29, February 5, 12, 13, 19, and 26.

For more information on the Smoke-Free for Life program or to register, please call Tracie Sypin at 724-852-5276 or 1-888-317-7106.

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Meet Your Greene County Commissioners

Mike Belding
Mike Belding
Board Chairman
Betsy McClure
Betsy McClure
Vice Chairman
Blair Zimmerman
Blair Zimmerman