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November 20:  Spill Basin Crawl 
at Susquehanna Brewing Company 6 to 8 p.m.

WPT Directors' next meeting will be
Wednesday, October 15,  2014
at 7 p.m. in the WP Borough Building.  
Meetings are open to the public.

Historic District Designation
Volunteers Wanted!
Anyone interested in helping
write our application?



UPCOMING EVENTS

West Pittston Tomorrow 
Launches Levee Campaign

West Pittston Tomorrow is asking West Pittston residents and neighbors in surrounding communities to sign a petition to Federal and State officials urging that the borough get the flood protection accorded other West Side residents.  West Pittston Tomorrow plans to publicly present the signed petitions to elected officials. The West Pittston Tomorrow Board of Directors urges neighbors and friends to read the petition carefully and, if they agree, sign the petition. 
Please sign our LEVEE PETITION
Our Goal ~  5,000 + signatures

1,500 signatures as of 5/10

​Click Here for printable version

​Click Here to sign online
How to Help
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Join Now
Levee Petition Campaign Ending
Last Chance to sign Oct. 1

West Pittston Residents Sign On in Push for a Levee

Signs proclaiming “Levee Now!” and “Save Our Town” are going up all over West Pittston Saturday, September 27. But the main line of message boards will be along the banks of the Susquehanna River where residents want a levee built to protect the town from flooding. 

West Pittston Tomorrow sees the signs as a “paper levee” that they hope will draw attention to the need to fill in the 1.4-mile gap in the Wyoming Valley levee system.

Press Conference:
Saturday, September 27
11:30 AM
River Common at the corner of Susquehanna and Luzerne Avenues
 (West Pittston side of the Water Street Bridge at 900 Susquehanna Avenue )
West Pittston Tomorrow members and West Pittston Borough officials
will be placing signs and discussing the need for a levee

Everyone welcome to attend and help put signs
along Susquehanna, Exeter and Wyoming Avenues