Borough Council meets the 2nd Thursday of every month
at 7:00 pm in Council Chambers
located 824 Main St. Trainer
Beginning March 12, 2017
will be 9:00 pm
All minors under age 18
Mosquito traps, for West Nile testing, may be seen within the Borough. Please do not disturb them. We have had these traps mistaken for a possible bomb in the past so we would like to familiarize the residents with them.
On May 11, 2017 a motion was made and carried by Council majority and with residents support to begin the process and work out an agreement that will allow Justice Rescue exclusive use of the Community Center located on Chestnut St.
Justice Rescue does more than rescue animals from neglect and abuse, they are pro-active with pet owners and the Community in an effort to educate.
Justice Rescue has the authority to make arrests when animal cruelty and neglect are found and work very closely with our own Police Department.
Be on the look-out in the near future for events they will be hosting in and for our Community. Many events will be free or low cost to attend.
Stray animals will be held at the facility (unless they are in need of medical attention) for up to 48 hours before going to their adoption facility.
Justice Rescue welcomes volunteers.
The State of Pennsylvania has a new website/hotline for PA residents and their loved ones needing help accessing Drug and Alcohol Treatment. The number is 1-800-662-4357.
The website is https://apps.ddap.pa.gov/gethelpnow/
All advertising for the Borough will be published in the Spirit newspaper. The Spirit is a weekly publication. For more information click "The Spirit" above to access the website
Volunteer Fire Fighters Needed
Marcus Hook/Trainer Dept. 68
Volunteers are in great need as they are dangerously low. Anyone interested please contact the Fire Dept. at 610-485-4393