LOCAL NEWS | SEPTEMBER 13, 2018

LOCAL NEWS | SEPTEMBER 13, 2018

LOCAL NEWS | SEPTEMBER 13, 2018

Residents in a nine-county region can voice their transportation concerns by taking an online survey offered by SEDA-COG’s Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO). The 10-minute survey will help update the Public Transit-Human Services Transportation Plan for several counties including Mifflin, Juniata, Snyder, and Union Counties.  The survey will be open through October 29th.  For more information, contact SEDA-COG.

 

Hurricane Florence is on the minds of many as it approaches the Carolina Coast.  Tractor Supply Company in Lewistown​ is participating in a company-wide hurricane recovery initiative that will benefit the Arbor Day Foundation’s hurricane reforestation efforts.  For every Husqvarna chainsaw purchase made in Tractor Supply stores or on its website, five trees will be planted within a forest of need in areas that were severely affected by last year’s hurricanes, including Florida, Texas and Puerto Rico. Tractor Supply has committed to donating up to 50,000 trees.  The hurricane recovery initiative will run through October 28th.  For more information about the Arbor Day Foundation and its hurricane tree recovery efforts, visit ArborDay.org.

 

The 2018 alphabetical list of the “Best Place to Work” in Pennsylvania has been revealed. The 100 companies on this year’s list represent roughly 25,000 employees of 44 small, 27 medium and 29 large-sized companies.  In order to be eligible, companies had to employ at least 15 people working in the Commonwealth and be in business for at least one year.  Mutual Benefit Group in Huntingdon was listed for medium-sized companies.  Best Line Equipment in State College is among the large-sized companies.  SilcoTek Corporation in Bellefonte made the cut for small-sized companies.  The numeric list of winners will be announced at a celebration dinner on November 29th in Lancaster.

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