April 25, 2018 SoSo Meeting

-Minutes approved from the March 2018 SoSo meeting

-Florence Trump of 35 Walnut St. died on March 19th. Information on services to follow.

 

Police Officer Report from Officer Mulhollan:

-Carlisle police and drug enforcement have issued 29 warrants, 27 which have already been served, to low and high level drug dealers.

-It suspected that there is a house dealing drugs in the SoSo neighborhood. Information noted by SoSo members will be passed to the drug detective.

-The police have been driving by M+Z more often since the report of drug activity that was given at the last SoSo meeting

-There was a break-in at M+Z. Two men used the pole next to the building to climb onto the roof and they were squatting in storage unit on the second floor.

-The officer warned SoSo members that empty houses like unoccupied rentals or houses for sale are potential targets for break-ins and squatters, who tend to be adults looking for a place to sleep/live.

-An unlocked car was broken into on the 200 block of W. Ridge St, but nothing was taken. Keep car doors locked and valuables out of site. Criminals will break windows if they see a purse on a seat. It may also be a good idea to bring garage door openers into the home so that a criminal can’t use it to gain access to your home.

-The officer will request increased patrols around the Butcher Family Tot Lot now that the weather is getting nicer. Please report people in the park after dark and any juveniles out after curfew (after 10 for 16 and under and after 11 for 17 year olds). A paper trail is kept of every time the police interact with a juvenile and that information is used to make determinations for their sentencing. The new owner of the Tritt garages near the park has fixed the lights that shine into the park, which will hopefully help deter crime.

-The officer warned that with more people walking around in warmer weather, neighbors should be wary of package theft. He encourages residents to have packages require a signature or to have packages dropped off at side doors or in backyards.

-Carlisle Police have had body cameras since November. There has been a bit of a learning curve, but so far they have been pleased with them. They are getting in the habit of turning their cameras on before engaging in certain situations. The cameras help improve compliance and tends to help people cal down when they know that they are being recorded.

-The 4/23/18 opioid session the police gave out pamphlets with information on things like symptoms of overdose. There is immunity for anyone who calls in an overdose and for the victim. Overdose victims are not required to go to rehab, they are just sent to a hospital after Narcam is administered. There is a new opioid reporting system called ODIN (http://www.media.pa.gov/Pages/Health-Details.aspx?newsid=487) to help police track where heroin is coming from, whether it contains Fentanyl. The databse is still getting built, so the system is not yet fully implemented.

-Old pills/medications can be disposed of in a drop-box at the police station. Please do not dispose of needles there.

Meeting with the police chief:

-We would like to have a small delegation of SoSo members meet with the new police chief. We would like to discuss issues of concern to SoSo. We also discussed whether we would like to formally become a neighborhood watch. We are looking into have 2 Neighborhood Watch signs made and installed in the Butcher Family Tot Lot.

Spring Park Clean-Up:                                                                                                                  -The clean-up of the Butcher Family Tot Lot will be from 9-10:30 on Saturday, May 19th. Volunteers are encouraged to bring cuttings from their garden to plant at the park. Usually there is also mulch to spread, weeds to pull, and trash to pick up. Please bring your own tools if you have them (rakes, shovels, gloves), but extras are usually available available.

SoSo Treasurer report: SoSo has $1086 in its account. The PayPal account has brought in $155 so far.

The next SoSo meeting will be on July 11th at the Bosler Memorial Library.

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SoSo Meeting on Wednesday, April 25th at 7 PM

The next SoSo meeting will be on Wednesday, April 25th at 7 PM in a meeting room at the Bosler Memorial Library. We will going over the community police report, create an agenda for meeting with the police chief, follow-up on the neighborhood watch signs, and finalize our plans for the May 19th or 20th spring clean up. Please join us!

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Meeting Minutes from March 14, 2018 SoSo Meeting

WE NEED YOUR HELP!
SoSo is in need of someone who has experience and knowledge with selecting, installing and using security cameras. Examples include outdoor wildlife cameras and easy to install, affordable home security cameras that can run without WiFi and be moved as we see fit. Please contact Whitney at amato.whitney@gmail.com or respond to the post on Nextdoor.com.

*Minutes approved from our last SoSo meeting.
*Membership news: we welcomed three new associate members to SoSo!
Remember only 5$ is needed to become a voting member and the money collected stays right here in SoSo to benefit those of us who live here! How? Through neighborhood cleanups, Tot Lot improvements, neighborhood get togethers and more! Paying membership dues is now as easy as a click of a button thanks to our new setup through PayPal at paypal.me/sosocarlisle

Police Report:
*Officer Mulhollan updated us on crime within SoSo: several arrests have been made on West Baltimore Street recently, with charges ranging from drugs to robbery and assault. Two arrests have been made in the robbery and assault that occurred this month at the Ribbon Mill (527 South Pitt). The robbery was attempting to steal the residents gun and he took cash.
-The officer reminded us that it takes time to build a case, especially concerning drug deals and he begs for patience. He says that just because we don’t see action, doesn’t mean that there isn’t investigating going on behind the scenes. Police need to build strong cases in order to convict criminals. He expressed understanding at some residents frustration of seeing the same houses and same people constantly causing problems, but tried to reassure SoSo members that the police are following up on these cases. Officer Mulhollan was already aware of many of the activities and individuals brought up at the meeting.

-Police also ask residents to help them by reporting every time we see anything suspicious. The more reports they receive, the easier it is for them to detect patterns of criminal behavior which can lead to arrests. Please report time and location of concerning activity as well as provide as much detail as possible on description of individuals and vehicles including license plates. Photos or videos of criminal activity are helpful if they can be safely obtained. He encourages residents to call in on minor things like parking violations of suspected dealers cars, as that often provides an opportunity for police to make contact with these criminals.
-There are no leads on the graffiti that was found on garages (Walnut, School Ave.), fence (Walnut) and sidewalk (Walnut and Arch).
-Crimes of opportunity are a significant issue within the Borough so be sure to remove valuables from your cars, lock your car doors and the doors and windows of your home! Have your packages delivered to your back door.

WHAT YOU CAN DO:
See graffiti?
If you see graffiti on sidewalks or on public property and street signs, please first call the Carlisle Police (717-243-5252) to report it. Take pictures of the damage. Then call Public Works (717-240-6930) or the Codes Office (717-240-6640) to report it and have it removed.
Been seeing patterns of suspicious activity but don’t need immediate police assistance?
At any time you can call the Carlisle Police Department (717-243-5252) and simply say that you have information you’d like to share but that you do not need police assistance at this time.
See suspicious activity, drug deal, violence or crime in progress?
Call 911.
Need to report a non-emergency activity within the Borough and want to talk to Carlisle Dispatch (instead of county)?
Simply call 717-243-5252 and press option 3. This will connect you directly with Carlisle Dispatch.
Have a codes issue with a residence?
Contact the Codes Office at 717-240-6640 and report it. If you can, take pictures.
*Spring is coming! And that means the Compost Facility (Post Road, Carlisle) will be up and running on Wednesday, MAR 28. Hours will be Wednesday (noon-8pm), Thursday (7am-3:30pm) and Saturday (7am-3:30pm).
2018 spring brush collection is coming up on Monday, MAY 7-Friday, MAY 11! Simply Google “Spring Brush Collection Carlisle Borough” for details! Thanks as always to Mike Heyser from Carlisle’s Codes Department for attending our SoSo meeting and keeping us updated!

Spring planting and park clean-up at the Butcher Tot Lot has been proposed for mid-May on either Saturday May 19 or Sunday May 20th! This is a great time to split those plants that are overtaking your flower beds! We’ll take them off of your hands! Donations for summer and fall bulbs are welcome! Stay tuned and come out and beautify our wonderful park!

We will attempt to arrange a meeting between a small delegation of SoSo members and Police Chief Landis to discuss our group’s priorities and to offer suggestions for improving communication between the police and neighbors. Anyone who is interesting in attending this meeting should email Whitney at amato.whitney@gmail.com.

We are also looking into obtaining and posting neighborhood watch signs. Robin is meeting with someone from Public Works to scout out places to hang or replace lighting in and around the Butcher Family Tot Lot.
The next SoSo meeting will be on Wednesday, April 25th at 7 PM in a meeting room at the Bosler Memorial Library.
Also scheduled are meetings at the library in Meeting Room C on July 11th and October 10th 2018.

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SoSo Meeting Minutes from 1-10-2018

• Minutes approved from last meeting.
• Neighborhood cleanup feedback: This year’s cleanup saw residents putting our new trash grabbers to good use – 8-10 borough bags of trash was collected from our streets! A big thank you to the 10 residents who dedicated their time to this worthwhile cause!
• SoSo’s 2018 proposed budget was presented and approved.
SoSo window decals were discussed again. The option of handing them out with paid dues vs giving them to all SoSo members. It would be used to advertise SoSo and to promote neighborhood unity. Discussed putting them with door decals and distributing them around the neighborhood in the warner weather.

Codes update with Carlisle Borough Codes Officer Mike Heyser:
-If it snows, residents are required by code to remove snow and
ice (shovel and throw down ice melt or sand) within 24hrs. Warning notices are issued once per season prior to citations.
-In general renters in a single family home as responsible for clearing their own walks while landlords are responsible for snow removal in properties with more than one unit. Check your lease agreement and contact your landlord if you have any questions.
-Where the old Town Tavern used to be on S. Hanover Street, a new 2 story, single family home is being built. Mike believes that it will be owner occupied.
-It was reported that a couch has been sitting out in all weather at a property behind the car wash on W. Baltimore. There are also boarded up windows.
-Mike also notes that residents are still putting old TVs out on the curb. They will bot be picked up by the garbage or recycling trucks. It costs $20 to dispose of a TV at the recycling center.
-Private residents have had problems with pipes bursting in the cold, but there have not been any problems with the main sewer lines this year.
-A max of 5 unrelated people total are permitted n a single family home
-Sex offenders are supposed to register there addresses but some don’t comply

Crime/Police update with Carlisle Police Officer Hanner:
-Packages continue to be stolen, with the latest location being
South Pitt. Best practice is to have items delivered to your back
door.
-With cold weather, lock your cars up when warming them up.
Cars have been stolen.
-Last summer a new leash law came out that prohibits dogs (animals) from being left
outside for more than 30 minutes when temperatures are 32°F and
below. Doing so constitutes negligence and animal cruelty. If you are concerned about the welfare of an animal, please do not hesitate to call the police.
-A month ago 2 drug related arrests were made on S. Liberty Avenue, it was posted on Crime Watch
-Kids skipping school: please call the police if you see kids within our area skipping school. Police don’t usually pick up the kids, but instead they notify parents. The schools keep track of truancy. Parents will be cited and fined after a certain number of unexcused absences.
-The juvenile process is incredibly slow compared to the adult criminal system. The definition of a juvenile is anyone under the age of 18. When juveniles are charged with a crime, a court date is set, but they are not removed from the streets in the meantime. Offenders under the age of 15 are not taken to booking at the station; police are permitted to take them home. The goal of youth arrests is rehabilitation. There is a youth aid panel that can administer punishments such as community service, counseling, apology letters, and fines to youth offenders. It is unclear how well these penalties are enforced. Charges against youth offenders can be stacked, for example, they can be charged with 3 different offenses at once, which combines to increase the weight of the offense. More serious charges, such as arson are taken more seriously. There are youths in Carlisle who have committed enough/serious enough crimes to be moved to another town. So it is best to keep reporting all offenses, no matter how minor because they do add up and eventually can make a difference.
-Keep curfews and park regulations in mind in an effort to curb the juvenile crime within SoSo. It is unlawful for any child under the age of 16 to be out after 10pm. For those aged 16-17, curfew is 11pm. It is important to note that the age range for the majority of the problematic juveniles within
SoSo fall within the 10pm curfew. Park regulations state that it is unlawful to be in a park after dusk.
-DO YOUR PART TO DETER CRIME: turning on your front and back porch lights is the easiest and most effective way to deter crime. Install LED lightbulbs to minimize energy costs. Dusk to dawn adapters that fit within the lightbulb socket are affordable and easy to install (just screw in to the
light bulb socket).
– WHY TURN ON YOUR PORCH LIGHTS? Help your fellow residents out by shining some light at night so they can feel safe walking our sidewalks. Lighting helps residents maneuver cracked and lopsided sidewalks as well as spotting patches of ice that could spell disaster for children, the elderly and those who cannot afford sprains or broken bones! A number of your fellow residents walk their dogs or return home from work in the evening – turn on your lights to make them feel
safer. Porch lights also shed light on our parked cars, deterring crime. Can’t remember to turn on your light every evening when it gets dark? Install an LED bulb and just keep your light on at all times. Or simply add an affordable dusk to dawn adapter to your porch light and boom! No need to worry about turning your light on or off!
-See a street light out? Contact PPL at 1-800-342-5775. They need the number on the silver plate
attached to the pole. If you have a problem locating the pole number, contact the Borough at 1-717-242-4422 to report the outage. Street lights play an important role in keeping our streets safe!
-See a spot within SoSo that needs more street lighting?
WE NEED YOUR INPUT! Call Rick Frieben in the Public Works Department to make a new lighting request.
-Fed up with crime? Install a security camera facing your front/back stoop and street to allow criminal activities to be recorded – evidence is critical for prosecuting those involved in package thefts, etc. In fact, home security footage was successful in identifying and charging juvenile suspects involved in package theft within SoSo. There are a number of affordable home security cameras that can be purchased on Amazon. Some running as low as 40$ (yihome) with the additional purchase of a SIM card for 13$. These cameras operate off of your WiFi and enable you to “check in” on your home (or pet!) through your smart phone.
-Be the eyes and ears of SoSo! On your walks and while driving around, keep your eyes out for suspicious activity. If you see something, call the police.
o AREAS OF CONCERN: Highlander Laundromat (corner of Walnut and South Pitt) and the Tot Lot. The group of problematic juveniles involved in package theft and vandalism and repeated fist fights at the Tot Lot have been loitering at the Highlander Laundromat. It is suspected that they were involved in causing significant damage to the property around the end of December 2017, the most concerning of which are fist fights, breaking a fire extinguisher, and starting fires inside (fire crackers and pages torn out of books), similar to those that have occurred at the Tot Lot. A juvenile girl was also found inside a dryer. The police have trouble charging these offenses without proof such as video footage or an eyewitness who is willing to testify. When approached, these juveniles will commonly say they are “waiting for someone”. This is a small business that serves our local community. Therefore, SoSo residents should adopt a zero-tolerance policy by keeping an eye out for juveniles loitering inside or around the property, telling the kids to get out or simply call the police. No loitering signs are posted within the business. The owners have been afraid of retaliation and some residents have not called the police because they don’t believe it will help. The owners of the laundrymat have stopped cleaning at night because they are afraid of the drug dealers. However, the police note that unless someone is willing to be a victim and press charges, there is not much that the police can do.
-Police staffing: 2 new officers were brought on in the fall. One graduated from the academy in September the other is already working. There have been some officers out with injuries and the police are still a little short staffed. Officers like to have enough staffing to have a presence patrolling the city to act as a deterrent. They like to have time to shoot hoops with the local youth like they did some last summer.
-The police are trying to improve communications. Felony offenses are reported on Crime Watch with the offenders name and the location where the crime took place. The Police Department also has a Facebook page and is in the planning phase of other avenues to keep the public informed.

Membership update:
-We now have the largest number of voting members in the history of SoSo! We appreciate your support!
-Paying membership dues is now easy as a click of a button thanks to our new setup through PayPal, which was set up by Salim, our new treasurer: paypal.me/sosocarlisle
-A new SoSo logo was proposed. The possibility of having a contest to allow residents to submit design ideas was proposed.
-A SoSo membership drive was discussed, with static cling “SoSo Neighborhood Watch” window decals and welcome letters distributed door-to-door. SoSo window decals were discussed again. The option of handing them out with paid dues vs giving them to all SoSo members. It would be used to advertise SoSo and to promote neighborhood unity. Discussed putting them with door decals and distributing them around the neighborhood in the warner weather.

SoSo Goals:
– Set-up a meeting to meet the new police chief
-Research and purchase a security camera that can be moved around the neighborhood to deter and to help prosecute crime.
-Plan events for the spring/summer such as a part work/planting day.
-Put the SoSo budget online for a vote of approval.
-Follow-up on membership drive/decal plans.

We voted to have an extra meeting in February or March before the regularly scheduled April meeting.

Next SoSo meetings:

Wednesday, March 14th at 7 PM at 229 S. Pitt St.
Wednesday, April 25th at 7 PM at the Bosler Memorial Library

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March 2018 SoSo Meeting Agenda

Hi SoSo members!
We went over a lot at our January meeting (minutes will hopefully be up soon, sorry for my delay) and didn’t have time to get to everything, so we voted to add an extra meeting before the regularly scheduled Wednesday, April 25th meeting at the Bosler Library. I was unable to find an opening in February or March at the library, so I will be hosting the next meeting at our house. The meeting will be on Wednesday, March 14th at 7 PM at 229 S. Pitt St. Please use the side door on Chestnut Avenue. The agenda will include following up on our plans to purchase a security camera, scheduling a spring clean-up/planting session for the Butcher Family Tot Lot, arranging a meeting with the police chief, and planning any other spring/summer SoSo events. Hope to see everyone there!

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January 2018 SoSo Meeting Agenda

Start your new year right with by attending the next SoSo meeting! The meeting will take place Wednesday, January 10th at 7 PM in one of the downstairs meeting rooms in the Bosler Memorial Library. We will be discussing the 2018 budget as well as mapping out what we would like to accomplish this year. As always, a member of our own Carlisle Borough Police Department will be present to update us on crime in Carlisle as well as to answer questions. Hope to see you there!

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Wednesday, October 11, 2017 SoSo Meeting Minutes

The Wednesday, October 11, 2017 SoSo Meeting was held at the Bosler Memorial Library.

Minutes from July 2017 meeting were approved.

Follow-up from October 1, 2017 neighborhood party: The 2017 budget allocated for the SoSo Neighborhood social $225, we spent $152.37. Decent attendance, games for the kids, Janet Spahr donated her time to do musical activities with the little kids, good food. Will probably continue to have the party if SoSo members wish to.

 

Community Police Report, presented by Officer Mulhollan (jmulhollan@carlislepa.org):

Tot Lot: Crime seems to have decreased now that school is in session. The police have been increasing their patrols in our neighborhood and around the park, especially at night. They have been stopping people around the park. They have getting a lot of calls about suspicious people located around Walnut/S. Pitt Street. They have been conducting filed interviews, stopping and talking to people, identifying people and getting to know people in the area. They are also trying to make a police presence known. They are starting to recognize more people in the neighborhood.

Pumpkin smashing: Crime happens this time of year, often drunk college kids wandering around destroying things. Last year they smashed 5 pumpkins in 30 minutes.

Robbery: Thursday, October 5, in the morning there was a robbery by the YMCA and someone’s wallet was stolen. The school was placed on lock-down that morning. Officer Mulhollan did not want to comment further as it is an ongoing investigation.

Drugs:
-The drug activity around S. Pitt and Baltimore Street seems to have slowed down, but there has been activity at the back of M+Z Carpets. Neighbors report seeing drug deals occurring in broad daylight. Neighbors report seeing a pick-up truck with Florida plates that only seems to be around on car show weekends. A black male, who used to live on Baltimore Street, will walk up the alley and exchange something with someone in the truck. Sometimes he will come on a bike. A resident reports seeing him go into a property on School Avenue.
-The officer responded that they have been getting a lot of calls and they have been stopping a lot of people. He encourages SoSo members to call and report any suspicious activity. The officer reports that they have arrested the same guy twice in the same house for selling drugs. He posted bail after his first arrest and was subsequently arrested again for selling. He did not make bail the second time.
-The officer encourages residents to make note of locations, times, or trends they notice with any drug activity. He states that many dealers will keep a schedule, so if anyone notice drug activity in the same place, at the same time let the police know because it helps them target their patrols. Officer Mulhollan encourages SoSo members to call the police station or to email him (jmulhollan@carlislepa.org) or officer Hanner (jhanner@carlislepa.org) with any tips.
-The Borough is making a push to cut down on drug activity. The number of heroin overdoses has fallen. The drug task force is getting higher level, which increases fear in mid-level dealers and acts as a deterrent. Police are doing more traffic stops to target buyers, which makes it harder to buy or sell drugs in Carlisle. The goal is to make dealers not feel safe working in Carlisle. They then tend to move to Harrisburg.

Seasonal crime prevention reminders:
-Police advise residents to remove AC units and be sure to lock windows and doors to stop break-ins. The fall traditionally sees an increase in car break-ins as it gets dark earlier, so be sure to lock your vehicles, and do not leave any valuables in them. However, overall crimes trend to decrease as the weather cools off and people spend more time indoors.

Neighbor updates on park lighting/camera:
-Parks and Recreation will install “no parking” signs along the no name alley. Andrea from Park and Recreation said putting a sign stating people are “Under Surveillance” in the park may actually cause a liability for the Borough because it would make people feel safer when in fact they are not any safer, so we should not put up those signs.
-The door to the Little Bosler Library box has been missing for months. It has not been replaced at this time.
-Robin had messaged to Mellens to get contact information for the owner of the garage that backs against the park in order to ask them to fix or turn on the lights that shin into the park in the corner under the big tree. However, it is believed that Mr. Tritt owns the garages, and it is believed that he is in a nursing home. They have seen a woman leaving the house, but they are not sure what her relation is or what the situation with him is. If anyone in SoSo knows the family, please ask them about the lighting on the garage or have them contact Robing (RA Craig on Nextdoor). The house now has a “for sale” sign in front of it.

Finalize planning for Neighborhood clean-up:
-Saturday, October 21, 2017 from 9-10 AM, meet at Stephen Hughes house on S. Pitt St.
-Optional breakfast at 8 AM at Fay’s. Please RSVP to Stephen Hughes if you think you can attend so he can get a rough head count.
-Stephen has the new grabbers to help people pick up trash. He will also supply gloves and bags.
-Volunteers will be divided into teams and given an area of the neighborhood to work on.
-Stephen usually goes around and collects the borough bags at the end of pick-up, and he will arrange for the borough to collect the bags.

 

Report from Michael Heyser, Code Administration Officer/Assistant Zoning Officer (717-240-6640):
-Mike reads Nextdoor.com to try to follow any SoSo codes issues.
-This week through Friday is brush pick-up, but bundles can be no more than 6 inches in diameter.
-The Borough’s compost facility is open until December 16th.
-Leaf pick-up is the week before and the week after Thanksgiving. All leaves must be placed in paper bags. Bags can be placed out any days during those 2 weeks; it does not have to be on a resident’s usual trash pick-up day.
-Ms. Trump’s property that backs up to the park has been better maintained this year, though it is still a mess. Mike continues to give her notices. She never calls him back, but she will attempt to make some progress on her property. Robin and some of her friends worked on her yard and tried to help, but Ms. Trump yelled at them for removing things that she didn’t want removed. Her property is the house that used to be owned by the Butcher Family.
-Mike suspects that the owner of the condemned house on Pomfret Street has been living in the house for 2 years despite it being condemned 4 year ago after her pipes burst when she didn’t heat the property. Her neighbors have reported her, but Mike needs evidence, such as photos of her coming/going in order to act because she denies it, but won’t tell him where she is living when he questions her. Her neighbors have reported that her yard is full of glass, and that rats are on the property. There is also concern about the danger if the property were to ever catch on fire as it is a wooden structure and the house is full of clutter including the fliers she takes from the library and the borough building.
-A SoSo member also reported a leaning telephone pole on West Baltimore adjacent to 307 S. Pitt St. Mike will look into it and arrange to have it fixed.
-The alley behind M+Z Carpet is full of weeds and possibly rats. Mike will investigate.

 

Borough Council updates from Councilwoman Deborah Fulham-Winston:
-The next Borough Council meeting is Thursday, October 12. The meeting schedule can be found at https://www.carlislepa.org/calendar/meetings/2017/10/. An engineer will present a storm water assessment. There may end up being a storm water fee for everyone to cover the costs. It is cheaper to pay now and to start fixing the system than to wait until there is a crisis. The Borough is in a pretty good financial position. It is good on its pension obligations. Several years ago a library tax was instituted to protect funds for the library system despite statewide funding cuts. Cumberland County has the busiest library system in the state.

-Elections are November 7th. The ballot will include county offices and court positions, like borough council, school board, and Supreme Court and Commonwealth judges. People elected to these positions have potential to have an immediate impact on our day to day lives. There is no one source to get information on candidates, though many have webpages or Facebook pages and the local papers, such as the Sentinel and the Patriot, unusually runs a profile on candidates closer to the elections. The League of Women’s Voters is holding a candidate night on October 23rd. Tim Scott is running for reelection as Carlisle’s mayor against Scott Robinson, who is still in jail after allegedly assaulting Officer Andy. SoSo’s Deborah Fulham-Winston is running for reelection for Borough Council as is Brenda Landis, who spearheaded the Heberlig Palmer Park renovation.

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