Bat in McKean Township Tests Positive for Rabies........
A bat in McKean Township has tested positive for rabies. According to the Erie Animal Network, a bat was found on an outdoor deck on Skinner Road. The bat was found during the day and making noises at the homeowners. The bat did make it inside the home through an open door and was found sitting on the doormat vocalizing, officials said. The bat was quickly captured and submitted to the Lionville Laboratory where it tested positve for rabies. Penssylvania law requires all dogs and nen feral cats 3 months of age and older to be vaccinated against rabies. Booster vaccinations must be administred periodically to maintain lifelong immunity.
McKean Township Supervisors Brian Cooper and Ron Bole are offering to assist McKean residents who are shut-in and have no one to get their groceries or medications due to the recent shut down of many services. If you are in need of grocery pickup, medication pickup, or assistance with other needs, please feel free to contact either McKean Township between the hours of 8:00 am and 3:00 pm at 814-476-7414, Brian Cooper 814-476-1919, or Ron Bole at 814-434-2734, and they will try to accommodate your needs.
McKean Township is now collecting sewer payments online. Pay anytime day or night. Click on the button below and follow the directions on the secure site.
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