DEADLINE: 4/15/2015 NORTHAMPTON TOWNSHIP REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE ANNOUNCES GOVERNMENT & CITIZENSHIP $1000 SCHOLARSHIP COMPETITION 2015 Essay Topic – “Should President Obama’s proposal to make community college tuition-free become law? Why or why not? “ Northampton Township Republican Committee “Excellence in Government & Citizenship” Application & Contest Rules: Eligibility for Participation: Any (more…)

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Bob Borkowski, Northampton Township Tax Collector, met more than 4000 taxpayers last year.  He listened to their concerns and has already taken a major step to make the Tax Collector more accessible to taxpayers. One of the complaints Bob heard was that there is no convenient time for working taxpayers (more…)

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The proposed 2014 Township Budget has been posted on the Township’s website.  We encourage ALL citizens to examine it thoroughly and look that the details.  You may be surprised to see where our tax dollars are going, where they are NOT going, and how the recommended Fund Balances are eroding. CLICK HERE (more…)

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The Northampton Township Board of Supervisors at their 7/24/2013 meeting approved in a 5-0 vote Resolution R-13-8 renaming the Northampton Senior Center to the “James E. Kinney Senior Center” in honor of his memory.  As you know, Jim was a long time public servant who passed away on April 19, 2013.  Jim’s tireless (more…)

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BCTARS received two prestigious awards last week at the National Teenage Republican Leadership Conference in Washington DC.  In addition to being recognized as “Outstanding TAR Club In The Nation”, the coveted “Outstanding TAR in the Nation Award” was presented to Brandon Posner.  Team BCTARS participants included Matthew Schargel, Dillon Kelly and others. At the NTRC, (more…)

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The monthly meeting of the Township Supervisors will begin at 7:30PM, Wednesday, July 24, 2013 at the Township Administration Building.  We encourage ALL residents to attend.  The Supervisors will consider a motion to rename the Northampton Township Senior Center in honour of the late Jim Kinney. CLICK HERE TO SEE (more…)

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The Laws of the United States state: “ When the flag is in such condition that it is no longer a fitting emblem for display, it should be destroyed in a dignified way, preferably by burning.” The Northampton Township Supervisors and the Township Veterans Advisory Committee are pleased to announce (more…)

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Well over 200 people turned out for a hearty spring breakfast yesterday to meet the GOP Candidates as well as Local, State & Federal Officials in a casual, neighborly get together at the Northampton Senior Center. Starting at 8am and running through to almost Noon, Northampton residents were able to (more…)

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