Unscreened Millings Bid
Derry Borough will be accepting sealed bids for an estimated 700 tons of unscreened millings located at the Derry Township Building Storage Facility. Sealed bids will be accepted until 4pm Monday, March 24, 2014 at the Derry Borough Office located at 114 E. Second Avenue, Derry, PA 15627. To review the millings for sale please contact Patrick Byers, Derry Borough Public Supervisor at 724-600-9160. Viewing times will be available by appointment from 9am-2pm Monday-Friday. Please note all bidders will be responsible for loading and hauling millings to their destination. Proof of General Liability and Workers Compensation Insurance required prior to removal from site. Derry Borough will accept sealed bids for one lump sum price for such millings. The Municipality reserves the right to reject any or all proposals.
Seasonal Pool Manager
Applications are being accepted for a Seasonal Summer Pool Manager. The position requires Aquatics and/or pool management experience with some food service experience preferred. Lifeguard, CPR, and AED Pool Certification a plus. Ability to work flexible hours including weekends. Background check required. Resumes will be accepted until March 10, 2014. Please forward resumes to the following: Derry Borough Office, 114 East Second Avenue, Derry, PA 15627 or fax 724-694-9252.
Just a reminder for Derry Borough residents
Humanatarian Award Presented On Monday, October 14, 2013 Derry Borough's Mayor Dave Bolen presented the first Mayor's Humanitarian Award to Jessica R. Checca for donating a kidney for her father Al Checca who was in stage four renal failure and had been waiting for his third kidney transplant.
This was an event to be celebrated. Jessica gave selflessly and purposefully to save her father's life, as many donors do. The importance of organ donation saves many lives such as parents, daughters and sons, brothers and sisters, grandparents, aunts and uncles, and best friends. Did you know that just one person donating their organs can change 270 lives?
We thank especially Representative Joe Petrarca and Westmoreland County Commissioners Tyler Courtney and Ted Kopas for attending the ceremony with their own awards for the family. Our community leaders were moved by this story and wanted to share in celebration the saving of a community resident's life.