Community Information

January 1, 2009 

MILESBURG

Mayor: Phyllis Y. Jodon

President: Paul Bartley

Vice president: Jim Reigh

Secretary/treasurer: Paula Hall

Regular meeting: 6:30 p.m. second Monday, Borough Building, 416 Front St.

Office phone number: 355-3583

E-mail: milesburgboro@aol.com

Office hours: By appointment

Population: 964

Area, in square miles: 1

No. of households: 387

HOWARD

Mayor: John Williams Jr.

President: Philip T. Winchell

Vice president: Leon F. Marshall

Secretary/treasurer: Irvin R. Hoy

Regular meeting: 7:30 p.m. second Monday, Borough Hall, 146 Black St., Howard

Office phone numbers: 625-2853 or 625-2437

E-mail: ihoy@aol.com

Office hours: no regular hours

Population: 661

Area, in square miles: 1

No. of households: 273

PORT MATILDA

Mayor: Position vacant

President: Quay Reese

Vice president: Steven Kibe

Regular meeting: 7 p.m. third Tuesday, Borough Building, 400 S. High St.

Office phone number: 692-0092

E-mail: portmatildaborough@windstream.net

Office hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday

Population: 462

Area, in square miles: 1

No. of households: 190

SNOW SHOE

Mayor: Boyd Paul

President: Michael T. Krisch

Vice president: William Dudish

Secretary/treasurer: Melanie Heichel

Regular meeting: 7 p.m. second Tuesday, Borough Building, 106 Railroad St., Snow Shoe

Office phone number: 387-6833

E-mail: snowshoe@kcnet.org

Office hours: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday, Tuesday and Thursday; and 5 to 9 p.m. Wednesday

Population: 642

Area, in square miles: 1

No. of households: 245

UNIONVILLE

Mayor: Angelica “Mimi” Wutz

President: Ralph Waite

Vice president: Amor Miller

Secretary/treasurer: Sherry A. Lucas

Regular meeting: 7 p.m. first Monday, except September, Borough Building, off state Route 504, Unionville

Office phone numbers: 355-0259 or 355-1855

E-mail: uboro@chilitech.com

Office hours: no regular hours

Population: 338

Area, in square miles: 1

No. of households: 131

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