WELCOME TO

TUSCARORA TOWNSHIP

PERRY COUNTY 

Office Hours:
Tuscarora Townships Office is open Wednesdays from
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM.

NOTICE: — Township Supervisor’s Meeting will be now be held the 2nd Thursday of each month!

HOWEVER, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 2024, THE OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED,
BUT WILL BE OPEN JUNE 13, 2024.

ZONING APPLICATIONS ARE IN THE BLACK BOX – 
PLEASE FILL OUT AND LEAVE IN BOX AND CALL 717.275.4469
FOR IT TO BE REVIEWED FOR APPROVAL. THANK YOU!

Tuscarora Township 
72 Cemetery Road
Millerstown, PA 17062-8965
Office: 717.589.7911
Email: [email protected]

Please note, Tuscarora Township does not have a FAX number.
Please use the Email address above. Thank you!

FCC Releases Updated Broadband Map

The Federal Communications Commission has released updates to its National Broadband Map. The updated map includes availability data reported through December 31, 2022, as well as challenges made to that data more recently. According to the FCC, the updated map identifies 8.3 million U.S. homes and businesses lacking access to high-speed broadband, which is nearly 330,000 more unserved locations than were identified on the November map.    Click here to view the map: broadbandmap.fcc.gov/home   Township officials should review the map for accuracy. If it is not accurate, individual and bulk challenges can continue to be submitted just like earlier challenges. For more information on this process, see the FCC’s Broadband Data Collection website.    PSATS is interested in tracking any obvious questionable designations on the new map to be used as talking points and examples in our discussions with NATAT and FCC on map accuracy.  By example, the PSATS office is listing as not having broadband access (or any interest in purchasing), while 2 separate 200+bed hospitals within sight distances of our office are both listing a single-family residential unit. Check your local area carefully. It will help PA qualify for more targeting spending and access.  State Revenues Reported for May 2023    The Independent Fiscal Office and state Department of Revenue have released the May 2023 revenue reports. The state collected $3.3 billion in May, the 11th month of the fiscal year, 2.5% below IFO’s official estimate. Fiscal year-to-date general fund collections total $41.2 billion, or 6.3% above IFO’s estimate. Weakening corporate net income and personal income withholding taxes were the primary reasons revenues were short of estimates.    The Motor License Fund received $280.8 million in May, $27.2 million below estimates. Fiscal year-to-date revenues are 1.5% above estimates. The fund includes liquid fuels taxes and other license, fine, and fee revenues. Click here for the IFO report and here for Revenue’s press release.