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PCI Hires Two New Employees

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Tanner LamoreauxTanner Lamoreaux joined PCI as an AutoCAD operator. He is a recent graduate from Penn State University Wilkes-Barre with a degree in Surveying Engineer Technology. Tanner is eager to learn more about PCI and furthering his experience, as well as contributing to the continued success of PCI.

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FEMA Firefighter/EMS Grants Application

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FEMA Firefighter/EMS Grants Application
Period to Open in October –
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Local fire departments and emergency services organizations may now apply for funding from the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG).

Applicant eligibility includes fire departments, non-affiliated emergency medical services organizations, and state fire training academies.

Three types of grants are offered ...

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Clean Water Act

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clean water actThe new rule, which was proposed by the Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, would codify their interpretation of the Clean Water Act after a 2006 Supreme Court ruling. In addition to navigable waterways, the rule provides EPA protection for certain wetlands and “seasonal and rain-dependent” streams.

The proposal would lead to stricter pollution controls on some ...

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What is Earth Day?

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Earth Day Engineering SurveyingEarth Day is a Birthday! Just like a birthday is a special day to celebrate a person, Earth Day is a special day that celebrates the Earth. Earth Day was born on April 22, 1970, in San Francisco, California. Every year, America and over 100 different countries join in the celebration of Earth Day on April 22nd. Earth Day is the largest, most celebrated environmental event worldwide. On ...

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Welcome Back Tom

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Tom TravitzkyWe are very happy to welcome back on board as a Resident Project Representative/Construction Inspector.  Mr. Tom Travitzky has worked at Peters Consultants, Inc. on an as needed basis on a number of large construction projects through the past 8 years as a Construction Inspector and Resident Project Representative. Tom is a highly competent Construction Inspector with decades of experience in examining ...

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PSAB ANNUAL CONFERENCE

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Peters Consultants, Inc. once again participated as an exhibitor in the 2014 Pennsylvania State Association of Boroughs Conference at The Penn Stater, State College, April 6 & 7, 2014.

The conference provides elected officials, municipal engineers, and code officials with training and an opportunity to meet and speak with Exhibitors that want to provide services and products to their boroughs.

The Pennsylvania State Association of Boroughs represents 2.6 million Pennsylvanians in 958 boroughs and the more than 12,000 elected officials who serve ...

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PSATS ANNUAL EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE AND TRADE SHOW

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Peters Consultants, Inc. once again is participating as an exhibitor in the 92nd Annual Educational Conference and Tradeshow of the Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors April 13-15 at the Hershey Lodge.

The conference provides township official and municipal engineers and code officials with information, services and products to help them better server the constituents and gives them an opportunity exchange ideas on important local issues.   Heading the list of notable speakers was Governor Tom Corbett.

The Pennsylvania State Association of Township ...

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Contractors/Engineers Workshop

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IMG_20140312_103540_286Dennis Peters, PE, PLS, the Principal at Peters Consultants, Inc., was honored to be a presenter at the 20th Annual Regional Contractors Workshop at Keystone College on March 12, 2014.  Mr. Peters’ presentation touched on  what storm water is in the context of the land development and the permitting process. The presentation included how storm water runoff can negatively ...

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National Flood Insurance Program

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National Flood Insurance ProgramOn Tuesday, March 4, 2014 The U.S. House of Representatives passed legislation to curb some of the premium increases in the nation’s flood insurance program that have been causing “sticker shock” for property owners. The measure reverses some of the changes to the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) introduced by the Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act of 2012.

The House ...

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What We Are Up To…

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PCI participated by exhibiting at the Luzerne, Bradford, Columbia and Union County’s Township Officials Annual Conferences from August – October. Every county in Pennsylvania (except Philadelphia, which has no townships) has formed a county association of township officials.  Members of these county associations meet regularly to discuss issues of local and regional importance.  The conferences typically include training opportunities, guest speakers from the state and local level, and exhibits by vendors hoping to do business with local municipalities.

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