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Borough of Liverpool
P.O. Box M
Pine and Locust Street
Liverpool PA 17045-0611
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Elected Officials
Mayor John Mark
Council President Walt Teats III
Council Vice-Pres. Stephen Drew
Council Members Lauren VanHorn
Pat Codman
Thomas Sparks
Jane Frey
Kevin Dalpiaz
Tax Collector Eugene (Sam) Shetterly

Sewage Treatment Plant Operator &
Maintenance Supv.
Ronald Strawser
Maintenance Jim Lilley
Secretary Tanuya Matter
Zoning Enforcement Officer Ed Naylor
Ofc 444-3194 Home 444-7444
Email ed4405@tricountyi.net

Planning Commision
President Jim Ulanoski
Vice President John Matter
Members Jim Rigby
Bill Ryan
Tammy Dalpiaz

Meeting Schedule
All meetings are held in the Borough Meeting Room in the old schoolhouse.

Borough Council Second Monday of Month, 7:30 p.m.
Call Borough office if you wish to be on agenda
Planning Commission Fourth Monday of Month, 7:30 p.m.
Recycling Committee First Thursday of Jan, Apr, Jul, Oct, 7:15 p.m.
Municipal Authority Second Thursday of Month, 7:00 p.m.

Office Hours
Secretary Mondays 4 to 9 p.m.
other evenings and Saturdays by appointment
Zoning Officer 1st & 3rd Tuesdays 6 to 9 p.m.
other evenings and Saturdays by appointment

Phone Numbers
Borough Office 444-3194     Email lborough@pa.net
Sewer Plant and
Maintenance Office

Zoning (see above)

Drop-off recycling is available on the second Saturday of each month at the Borough Building, 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. Enter the recycling line at the corner of Market and Locust Streets.
Liverpool Recycling Guidelines
Please observe these preparation guidelines. We only accept the items listed below, and they must be clean and separated into each category. The three plastic and three glass categories should be separated. Use of cardboard boxes, 5 gallon buckets, trashcans and other rigid, reusable containers speeds up the process at the recycling bins. We are not a trash dump and will return to you any items that we do not recycle.

#1 plastic bottles no lids; no #3, 4, 5, 6, or 7 plastics
#2 milk & gallon water jugs no lids
#2 plastic bottles & jugs no lids; no bottles that held automotive products; no deli, margarine, etc containers (must be bottle shaped)
newspapers bundle with twine or place in paper bags; no plastic bags
magazines bundle on all 4 sides, no higher than 10 inches, not in bags or boxes
aluminum cans, foil, pie pans
metal make sure that animal food containers are not aluminum
glass separate by clear, green, brown; no lids
no window glass, drinking glass, ceramics or cooking dishes, light bulbs
cardboard corrugated and lightweight; tie in bundles or place inside other boxes


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