Sales of 2020-21 antlerless deer licenses in both the western and eastern wildlife management units of Montgomery County are scheduled to be available to interested hunters beginning Monday (Sept. 13).
An August judicial sale of tax-delinquent real estate, to be conducted by the Montgomery County Tax Claim Bureau, currently includes 15 properties in western county municipalities.
After sorting through almost 400 entries in Montgomery County Treasurer Jason Salus' "First Dog" contest, the selected winner is a Bala Cynwyd pet that showed his good taste in clothing and flags.
Thirty-two properties in Pottstown, the Pottsgroves, Limerick, Royersford and Collegeville were initially offered for an Aug. 20 county tax sale. No longer.
An April 30 judicial and upset sale for tax-delinquent real estate, conducted by the Montgomery County treasurer, included six local properties as of Monday.
Some tax-delinquent properties in Montgomery County that aren't purchased by the public at its treasurer's Upset Sale will now be offered for bid at a private sale.
Those interested in hunting for a doe in 2014-2015 should apply now for a license to the Montgomery County Treasurer's Office.
Your dog's annual license costs only $6.45, and while you can buy it locally in person or from Montgomery County through the mail, the county treasurer thinks you'll find the online option easiest.