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  • Bureau of Recycling & Solid Waste

    Allentown provides curbside trash, recycling and yard waste collection for residents who live in homes and most apartment buildings with less than 26 units.Trash is collected twice a week from every home. Allentown Clean & Green / Don't Trash Allentown is a cooperativ...

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  • City Of Allentown

    Mission: The Mission of the Allentown City Council is to provide, in a democratic and transparent manner, efficient and effective services which will make the City of Allentown a better place in which to live, work and play. ...

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  • Hanover Township Government

    About Us: Hanover Township, Lehigh County is a township of the second class with a total area of approximately 4.3 square miles; it is located to the north of the cities of Allentown and Bethlehem. It is the only township in Lehigh County that lies east of the Lehigh Rive...

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  • Lehigh County Authority

    LCA's staff of 37 employees is focused on providing high-quality, affordable water and sewer services to our customers. To accomplish this, our employees have a wide variety of skills and strengths. In the Operations Department, LCA employ maintenance technicians and forem...

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  • Lehigh County Government
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  • Lehigh Valley Planning Commission

    The Lehigh Valley Planning Commission was formed by Lehigh and Northampton counties in 1961 to create a comprehensive plan to guide orderly growth in Lehigh and Northampton counties. Since our creation we have been dedicated to providing the best planning possible to the cou...

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  • Salisbury Township Government

    History: On March 20, 1753 a number of persons living in the territory along the Lehigh River above Bethlehem signed a petition to the Court of Quarter Sessions of Northampton County asking that a new Township be created. On June 9th of that same year, the Court of Easton...

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  • South Whitehall Township

    The very first settlers of the Lehigh Valley region were Germans who emigrated from earlier settlements along the Perkiomen Creek and into the Oley Valley. The earliest settlers arrived in the region over a 20-year period beginning about 1732. The immigration of the Germans ...

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