The Penn Township Sewer Authority Board holds their workshop meeting on the second Tuesday of each month and their business meeting on the third Tuesday of each month. Both meetings begin at 7:30 p.m. at the sewer authority building at 1032 Nike Site Road, Irwin, PA 15642.
The Sewage Authority website: http://www.ptsewage.org/
The Penn Township Sewage Authority was incorporated in 1956. As an authority under the Municipal Authorities Act, the Sewer Authority operates independently of the Penn Township Commissioners.
The Penn Township Sewer Authority Board plans, constructs, and funds projects that provide municipal sewer service to the township. The Board maintains and operates the sewer system with a staff of six — three office personnel and three field personnel. The authority’s consulting engineer provides all plan reviews, system designs, and construction inspections.
The authority also has a solicitor under contract who prepares developer’s agreements, resolutions, and provides legal advice. The Sewer Authority Board is responsible for the entire sanitary sewer system, including fifteen pump stations and collection sewers.