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NOTICE Notice is hereby given by the Board of Supervisors of North Newton Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, of its intention to consider for adoption and to vote upon the following proposed Ordinance at a public hearing held during the Board's regular public meeting on Tuesday, April 2, 2019 at 6:30 p.m. at the Township Community Room, 528 Oakville Road, Shippensburg, PA. In the event action is not taken at the aforesaid time, the Board may take action and vote upon said Ordinance at another public meeting not less than seven (7) nor more than sixty (60) days following the publication of this notice. Due to the length of the Ordinance, the entire text is not set forth herein. The Ordinance may be reviewed in its entirety at the Municipal Office, 528 Oakville Road, Shippensburg, PA or at www.northnewtontownship.com. A copy of the Ordinance has been filed with the newspaper publishing this notice. A summary of the principal provisions of the ordinance follows; AN ORDINANCE OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF NORTH NEWTON TOWNSHIP, CUMBERLAND COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA, AUTHORIZING, APPROVING AND ADOPTING AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION AGREEMENT WITH NEWVILLE BOROUGH, WEST PENNSBORO TOWNSHIP & LOWER MIFFLIN TOWNSHIP, CUMBERLAND COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA, APPROVING THE JOINT MUNICIPAL SPONSORSHIP AND OPERATION OF THE BIG SPRING SENIOR CENTER. If adopted, the effective date of the Ordinance would be upon execution of the Intergovernmental Agreement. Bonnie L. Myers Township Secretary

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