Jeffrey Mando, inside right, Lackawanna County’s Director of Information Technology, accepts the County’s national Digital Government Award in recognition of the major technology upgrades, wireless advances, and overall innovations achieved through computer communications. This is the second year in a row that the County’s department finished in the top five in the 150,000 – 249,999 population category.
Lackawanna County Commissioners Jim Wansacz and Patrick M. O’Malley joined community officials and the United Neighborhood Centers at the Groundbreaking Ceremonies for the Cedar Avenue Revitalization Project Phase II .
The Commissioners and other officials welcome Tom Romeo and his company, MAXIMUS, to Lackawanna County. MAXIMUS is a company that plays a critical role in helping goverment achieve an important role of providing essential services to the most vulnerable citizens in various communities.
Lackawanna County Commissioner Patrick O'Malley and Lackawanna County Prison Warden Robert McMillan join with twelve new Lackawanna County Corrections officers who recently graduated from an intensive five-week training program that included instructions in intelligence, firearms and prison policies and procedures.
The Lackawanna County Commissioners awarded a $20,000 Community Re-Invest check to Spring Brook Township representatives for their community park program. The funding will be used to create a complex near the firehouse that features swing sets, a see-saw, play set, benches and ADA-compliant walkways.