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The Barrett Township Maintenance Department is staffed by five full-time employees and five part-time employees.  The members of the Maintenance Department routinely tend to the Township's maintenance needs, whether it be changing the oil in a police car, plowing a snow-covered road, or fixing a pothole.

During the winter, the maintenance employees can often be seen out on the Township's roads at all hours of the day and night plowing and cindering, so that the residents of Barrett Township can safely travel as needed.

In the warmer summer months, the Maintenance Department spends much of its time repairing or resurfacing the Township's roadways.

Barrett Township Maintenance Employees
John Seese                   Roadmaster / Supervisor
Cliff Oppelt                    Maintenance
Shane Schratt               Maintenance
James Seese                Maintenance
Duane Swartz               Maintenance
Mark Keiper                  Part time (winter)
Perry Fulmer                 Part time (winter)
Drew Price                    Part time (winter)
Volker Weishuhn          Part time (winter)

Additional Info

  • Address: Sand Spring Road
  • City: Cresco
  • State: PA
  • Zip: 18326
  • Phone: (570) 595 - 7866
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0 #2 Nate Covington 2019-05-20 09:51
Answers:

1. Assuming it is not a State road (e.g. PennDot), talk to the Township administration to see when the road was last paved. You might need to file a Right to Know request to obtain the information.

2. Power lines would be a PP&L issue.


Quoting Joseph P Bonessi:
Hi,
Can you assist me or advice me of where to go from here? Two questions...

(1) How can I find out when the last time my road was paved and if its schedule to be repaved in the future?
and,
(2) Who do I speak to about damaged power lines on my street?
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0 #1 Joseph P Bonessi 2019-05-20 09:37
Hi,
Can you assist me or advice me of where to go from here? Two questions...

(1) How can I find out when the last time my road was paved and if its schedule to be repaved in the future?
and,
(2) Who do I speak to about damaged power lines on my street?
Quote
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