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Posted Monday, December 2, 2019




Notice is hereby given that the Londonderry Township Board of Supervisors, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania proposes to adopt a Special Study pursuant to Act 537 following a thirty (30) day public comment period beginning December 4, 2019 and ending January 3, 2020.  

The purpose of the Special Study is to revise the most ACT 537 Sewage Facilities Plan Update based on recent revisions to the Township zoning along SR 230 and a change in sewage treatment alternative. The newly selected alternative for the Special Study includes:


(1) Construction of public sewers to serve existing properties and proposed development along Pennsylvania State Route 230 from Lytle Farms to Hertzler Road with conveyance of all wastewater to the Derry Township Municipal Authority (DTMA) Southwest Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) for treatment and disposal. Funding for the first two phases of construction has already been secured with private funds. Monthly user fees are estimated at $43 per equivalent dwelling unit (EDU) as a stand-alone project; 

(2) Construction of public sanitary sewer facilities to serve other areas of need in Sewer District No. 2 and Sewer District No. 3 with conveyance of all wastewater to the DTMA Southwest WWTP for treatment over a period of 9 years. This alternative is contingent upon additional developer contributions and overall funding. Monthly user fees are estimated at $43 to $95 depending on overall financing.

Individuals interested in reviewing a copy of the Special Study may do so at the Londonderry Township Municipal Building located at 783 S. Geyers Church Road, Middletown, PA. Given the minor nature of the updates outlined in the Special Study, no public hearing will be held. The public may submit written comments on the Special Study to the Township Board of Supervisors, c/o Township Manager, Steve Letavic, 783 S. Geyers Church Road, Middletown, PA 17057 or e-mail at The Plan Update is anticipated to be adopted by the Township during their regularly scheduled Board of Supervisors meeting at the Township Municipal Building on Monday, January 6, 2020 pending receipt of comments.

 Steve Letavic, Township Manager

 Londonderry Township