November Newsletter 2021
Borough Office Open:
Until further notice – the Borough Office will be open with same conditions, using COVID precautions.
Reminder: Office is usually closed on Friday afternoon., and occasionally for vacations.
Veteran’s Day is Thursday November 11th. Say thank you to a vet!
Mulch, Mulch, Mulch!
The best way to get rid of your leaves is to MULCH them. It also helps the Borough with less leaves to pick up and dispose of.
Closed for Thanksgiving:
The Borough Office will be CLOSED from November 25th until Tuesday November 29th. Please use the drop box for any water payments. Happy Thanksgiving!
Thanksgiving Garbage Pick-up:
Garbage will be picked up as usual on Monday November 29th.
No brush or sticks after Nov. 1:
We will only be picking up leaves…no brush or sticks until next spring. Please pile them away from the street until then so the snow plows do not hit them.
Clocks Turned Back: Nov. 7th and change Batteries in Smoke Detectors!
Don’t forget to turn you clocks back at 2:00 am on November 7th. (“Fall Back”)
AND make sure to change the batteries in ALL your smoke detectors!!!
We want to thank Rich for serving two terms on Borough Council. He and his wife have relocated to the Grove City area. He has served since 2014, for 8 years. Good Luck to them.
Looking to the future – the Heritage Society recently taped a segment for the PCN television network’s show “It’s History” which will air sometime in December. We will pass on the exact date and time when we know it. PCN taped at the Heritage Museum and the Patrick McGill House. Other segments on other Crawford County sites will also be aired in December.
Santa – Quarantined until Christmas:
Santa will not be arriving by firetruck this year. COVID strikes again!
He should be healthy again by Christmas!
Tractor Parade: Nov. 20th at 6:30 pm.
This will be the second year of the “Tractor Parade” It will be the
same route as last year…down Euclid and up Grant. No ATV’s
or lawnmowers will be permitted. Contact number: 814-763-2218
Trick-or-Treat: Thanks Saegertown Fire Dept.:
Once again, we had a safe and successful trick-or-treat night. We want to thank the fire Department for directing traffic and keeping things under control.
Frozen Water Meters:
Customers are responsible if their water meters become frozen and break. If they are in an area where there is no heat, we suggest placing some insulation to protect them. A new residential meter costs about $155.
Two Great Christmas Raffles – and for Great Causes!!
Beat the Supply Chain Issue!!!
Saegertown Fire Department…Virtual Christmas Raffle:
The fire department is once again having a virtual Christmas Raffle. It will be held on Saturday December 11, 2021 at noon. Tickets are only $5.00 and can be purchased from area merchants, from any fireman, or at the Fire Station on Erie St. on Wednesday evenings or Sunday mornings. Check out the website for information: saegertownvfd.com.
- Echo PAS-225VP with Trimmer, Edger, & Brush Cutter Attachments
- Milwaukee M18 Impact & Multi-Tool Kit
- Vissani 7 cu ft Chest Freezer & $100 H&H Marketplace Gift Card
- $300 Cash
- KitchenAid Classic Series 4.5 Quart Tilt-Head Stand Mixer
- Gorilla 23′ Multi-Position Ladder
- Michael Kors Voyager Medium Leather Tote
- $300 Cash
- Keurig K-Duo Single Serve & Coffee Maker with K-cup storage, Travel Mugs, & Coffee
- Shark Navigator Swivel Pro Complete & Shark Professional Steam Pocket Mop
- Killer Instinct Boss 405 Crossbow & Yellow Jacket C-XP2 Target
- $300 Cash
- Erie Otters Sports Package
- Ruger Max-9 9mm
- $500 Cash
Library Gift Baskets:
The Saegertown Area Library will be having its basket raffle again, starting in mid-November until just before Christmas. Watch for more details on our website, Facebook, and Instagram (@Saegertownlibrary). It’s a great way to find unique, useful Christmas presents.
Deadline Extended due to Virus:
–REAL ID – extended until May 3, 2023
Safety Tip of the Month: Snowblowers:
Snow will be coming shortly – be prepared!
-Avoid wearing loose clothing that can be tangled in moving parts.
-Make sure your footwear had good traction so you don’t slip.
-Start the machine OUTSIDE – be careful of carbon monoxide.
-Protect your ears, snowblowers are loud.
-Watch where you blow the snow – do not hit people or vehicles.
-If the snowblower becomes clogged, shut it off before trying to unclog it.
-Keep all shields in place.
–Keep your hands (and feet) away from moving parts!
Tax Collector Information:
◊ Payments may be made by mail to: Saegertown Tax Collector, PO Box 348, Saegertown, Pa. 16433
◊ The Tax Collector will have office hours at the Borough Building on the following evenings from 6:30 until 8:00
-Mon. Nov. 15 Mon. Nov. 29
-Wed. Dec. 15 Wed. Dec. 29
◊ There will be NO tax hours at the Borough Building in November.
◊ The Borough Secretary cannot accept tax payments.
◊ If you have any questions, please contact Amanda Pipper at: 814-763-5401 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Regular Community Meetings:
Borough Council: meetings second Mon. of month, 6:00 pm at Saegertown Borough Building on Erie St.
Sewer Authority: meetings second Tues. of month, 7:00 pm at Saegertown Borough Building on Erie St
603 Erie Street
PO Box 558
Saegertown, PA 16433
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