Landmark Building Houses State of the Art Communication Facilities

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This notable landmark building on the corner of North Main and East Third Street houses a state of the art facility connected to a high speed fiber optic line running through downtown. The site is a storied one in Mifflin County history, the former location of Peacock Major's Wayside Inn, that once featured a "drive through" window to distribute "drams to gentlemen who did not care to dismount from their horses or gigs." A recognized site by the Historic Heritage Committee of Mifflin County, the business now occupying the property, Huber & Associates, is storied in its own respect, processing nearly a third of all birth and death certificates generated annually.
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Mifflin County Revolving Loan Program

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In an attempt to ensure available incentives are known and promoted, the Mifflin County Revolving Loan Program highlights are provided here. Mission/Purpose: To provide a supplemental source of financing to support business retention and expansion within the Greater Lewistown area. The Loan Fund is to be used to assist businesses in meeting the bank's lending requirements and to encourage financing of projects by sharing or reducing the risk to financial institutions. Loans are available for businesses located (or are willing to locate) in the Greater Lewistown area encompassing Derry and Granville Townships and Burnham and Lewistown Boroughs. Loans may be used for the acquisition of land and/or buildings, new construction, renovations, leasehold improvements, purchase of machinery & equipment or working capital. Loan Terms: Maximum amount:             $50,000 or a maximum of 50% of the…
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Downtown Lewistown, Inc. Launches Façade Improvement Program

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Owners of buildings & businesses in downtown Lewistown are invited to apply for up to $5,000 in matching grants to improve the appearance of their facades. Since the inception of Downtown Lewistown, Inc., 43 similar projects have been completed in the Downtown and Neighborhood . This is another phase of that work to assist business and property owners with rehabilitations they want to undertake along with addressing exterior code conditions and allow for the separation of storm water from the sanitary sewer system. More information is available by contacting Executive Director, Jim Zubler at jim@downtownlewistown.com or by calling the office at (717) 248-9606. Application and Guidelines
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