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This project was nanced in part by a grant from the Community Conservation Partnerships Program, Keystone Recreation, Park and Conservation, under the administration of the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Bureau of Recreation and Conservation.

This project was financed in part by a Keystone Recreation, Park and Conservation Fund Program Grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Bureau of Recreation & Conservation.

[The following Code of Ethics for K-12 teachers forbids teachers from using their classrooms for political, ideological, or religious advocacy. Teachers in violation of the Code would be subject to penalties such as probation, suspension and loss of their teaching licenses.]

Disclaimer: The ideas expressed below are the personal thoughts and opinions of Nate Covington and do not necessarily reflect the position of Barrett Township or the Board of Auditors.

I am making available the files from 1998 onwards that I have in my possession, including meeting minutes, budgets, auditor meetings, reorganization meetings, and more.  

Please note that these records are considered unofficial since they are not coming directly from the Township.  Also note that there may be errors and omissions in the chart below.  If you spot any errors please send an email to editor@barrettcommunity.com so that I can revise the chart.  And, if you happen to have any of the missing records in your possession, I would be happy to include them.  

The Monroe County Municipal Waste Management Authority is the lead agency responsible for implementing the Municipal Waste Planning, Recycling, and Waste Reduction Act, known as Act 101 The Authority Police Department enforces the county’s solid waste ordinance and the Authority’s rules and regulations to make sure all persons and haulers comply with the county plan.  Here’s how you can make a difference: If you believe you have witnessed what looked to be illegal dumping or…
Barrett Township has over 2300 feet of publicly accessible fishing along the Brodhead Creek in Cresco, PA.  Access is along Pasold Farm Drive, off of Spruce Cabin Road: Click here for driving directions - Google Map Fishing licenses are required.
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  • William R Seese Construction

    Nathan Covington 08.07.2019 08:52
    @Paul - Contact the Barrett Township Maintenance Department - John Seese @ 570-595-7866
     
  • William R Seese Construction

    Paul 05.07.2019 17:16
    Hi Can you tell me who to talk to about getting a speed bump on a barrett twp road?
     
  • Barrett Township Municipal Building

    Nathan Covington 01.07.2019 08:08
    @Jessie - No "public" parking areas that I am aware of. You'll likely want to make friends with someone ...
     
  • Barrett Township Municipal Building

    Jessie 30.06.2019 20:37
    Does anyone know if (or who to contact) about public parking lots for overnight parking? Just moved to ...
     
  • Barrett Township Municipal Building

    Nathan Covington 09.06.2019 08:31
    @Patricia - can you email me (editor@barrettcommunity.com) with more details about the crime you are ...
     
  • Barrett Township Municipal Building

    Patricia MacCabe 07.06.2019 14:34
    WE NEED POLICE! We are being over run with stealing, aggressive driving, and crime. What was once ...
     
  • Boar Pit Barbecue

    Tina 04.06.2019 08:54
    Welcome to the area, Richard! I'll keep you in mind for any future events. :)
     
  • Barrett Township Maintenance Department

    Nate Covington 20.05.2019 09:51
    Answers: 1. Assuming it is not a State road (e.g. PennDot), talk to the Township administration to ...
     
  • Barrett Township Maintenance Department

    Joseph P Bonessi 20.05.2019 09:37
    Hi, Can you assist me or advice me of where to go from here? Two questions... (1) How can I find out ...
     
  • Rotary Club of the Pocono Mountains

    Elaine Jackson 11.05.2019 16:10
    Am interested in sponsoring 3-banners for "Banners Through Barrett" Please let me know more about ...

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