After 6 years
REFUSE to provide information on the WEB This shows a lack of planning and business
the areas largest and fastest growing commercial township.
History of the Texas Township Website
About six years ago, (on Jan. 21,
2008) residents requested that Texas Township Supervisors set up a website with information regarding the township Agenda,
Minutes and Ordinances (laws). 396 residents (99% of those asked) signed a petition in support. Texas Township's Planning
Board recommended moving forward with a website also. Yet at the December 7, 2009 township meeting, Supervisors McDonald,
Doney and Wickle voted no without a reason. Township residents feel so strongly about a need for open, transparent government
and a citizens' right to know, that they have committed time and money to provide this information 24/7 as a public service.
(Refer to the "MINUTES" page for issues that citizens would like addressed).
Who We Are
This website was created and paid for by citizens of Texas Township, Pa. as a public service. Sources of Township Minutes
and Ordinances are from the township secretary and zoning officer respectively. These documents are in the public domain and
by making them available, we ensure some of democracy's great freedoms. Although every effort is made to assure accuracy,
the information herein is presented without warranty as to its accuracy, timeliness or completeness.
Assumes position of Texas
at meeting 2/17/2014
John Haggarty Resigned
position of Texas Twp. Secretary/Treasurer/ Right to Know/ Public Info. Officer
as of 2/3/2014 and
assumes new position as Texas Twp.Tax Collector
last updated:Mar 28, 2014
It's Your Right to Know."
Issues UNRESOLVED: were first reported
to Texas Supervisors in Sept.2010.
Under the Stormwater Ordinance, TEXAS Twp. Supervisors are RESPONSIBLE for the proper design, installation and
maintenance of all permanent storm water management structures. See links below.
obtained under Right-to-Know
Joann Hancock (Right-to-Know, Public Information