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The county does not have a Consumer Affairs Office. You may contact the State Bureau of Consumer Protection at 800-441-2555 or the State Office of Consumer Advocate for Public Utilities at (717) 783-5048. For additional information go to the Pennsylvania Attorney General's website.
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262,919 is the most recent estimate (2021) from the U.S. Census Bureau.
A list of elected officials can be found at the link below.
No, the municipality or the state owns the roads.
A municipal list and contact information can be found at the link below.
Area legislators can be found at the following link.
Call the municipality in which the business will be located to see if they require a license. There is no requirement for a license or permit from the county, however, there may be a requirement with the local municipality, as well as the state. You may contact the Bureau of Corporations and Charitable Organizations at 717.787.1057. For additional information, visit the Department of State's website.