NORTH STRABANE TOWNSHIP
North Strabane Township, Washington County, PA is currently accepting applications for a full-time Laborer with the Public Works Department. The successful candidate must possess a High School diploma or GED, valid Pennsylvania Commercial Class B license, two years’ experience operating street sweepers, asphalt roller, bobcat, roadside mowers, riding lawn mowers, and single axle dump trucks with plow. Applicants must have knowledge of installing storm drain pipe, installing new storm inlets and rebuilding old inlets, and knowledge of asphalt paving using drag box and small paver. Must be capable of working with little or no supervision.
Applicants must pass a drug and alcohol test and a physical agility test in order to take a written and oral test. Residency within a ten mile radius of the Township and within six months of hire is required. Excellent starting hourly salary and benefits package. Applications due no later than March 21, 2014 and can be obtained at the Municipal Building, 1929 Route 519, Canonsburg PA 15317. For further information, contact the Public Works Department at 724-745-1404.
North Strabane Township is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
EFFECTIVE JANUARY 7, 2014
TRASH & RECYCLING COLLECTION
WILL BE ON TUESDAY
REPUBLIC SERVICES WILL BE OUR NEW SOLID WASTE & RECYCLING HAULER.
THE LAST COLLECTION IN 2013 WILL BE THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26TH, AND
YOU FIRST COLLECTION IN 2014 WILL BE TUESDAY, JANUARY 7TH.
THE NEW SOLID WASTE AND RECYCLING COLLECTION DAY WILL BE TUESDAYS.
WE APOLOGIZE FOR THIS INCONVENIENCE. IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO RETAIN YOUR
SOLID WASTE UNTIL JANUARY 7TH, CONTAINERS WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE
TOWNSHIP'S PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT, LOCATED ON ROUTE 519.
SNOW REMOVAL SMARTS
CANONSBURG AMBULANCE SERVICE
Beginning January 24, 2013, Pennsylvania State Legislation will prohibit the disposal of electronic waste with municipal waste.
WATERSHED PROTECTION – TEN BEST PRACTICES TO FOLLOW
Find out if your company has a pollution prevention plan and become informed of its policies.
If your business doesn't have a plan, volunteer to help develop and implement one.
Where possible, use alternate materials, for cleaning, coating, and other production processes.
Practice the Three R's – Recycle, Reduce and Reuse.
Brighten your office or cube with plants to help absorb indoor pollution.
Bring in your own washable mugs and glassware instead of using paper products.
Don't dump any pollutants down storm drains while on your facilities premises.
On a smoke or lunch break? Don't dump cigarettes butts or liter onto driveways or parking lots. Dispose of appropriately.
Clean up any spills immediately.
At the office, try to print and copy double-sided and reuse paper.