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Antrim Township

Antrim Township is a Municipal Government located in Franklin County, South-Central Pennsylvania. The Township insignia depicts the Science of Agriculture, the Brown’s Mill one-room school (now serving as a museum in the village of Kauffman Station) and Martin's Mill Bridge (a covered wooden bridge that was built in 1849). For further history of the township, click here.
  

Antrim Township News

2016 is Antrim Township's 275th anniversary

In May of 1741 at the Lancaster Court of Quarter Session granted the authorization to form the Township of Antrim. From 1735 until then the area was a part of Hopewell Township, Lancaster County.

The request was presented to the Lancaster...
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Protecting your family from Lyme Disease
Pennsylvania currently leads the Nation in cases of Lyme Disease. Read more in this issue of the Townships Today newsletter.

2015 Annual Drinking Water Report Released

Antrim Township's Annual Drinking Water Report for 2015 is available for review at the following link: Antrim Township Municipal Authority 2015 Drinking Water Report

Penn State Extension Service Newsletter for 07.25.16

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Notice to Residents with on-lot sewage

The PA Department of Environmental Protection and Antrim Township Ordinance No. 253 of 1998 require periodic pumping of your septic system.

In 1998, the Antrim Township Board of Supervisors, as well as other...
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