570-472-3344 Info@Bucktownship.org

Buck Township

Buck Township Logo

  Established 1833

Buck Township Indian Lake

 

Buck Twp. Recognizes the its Citizens to Bear Arms

As set forth in the U.S. Constitution and PA. Constitution

 

U.S. Constitution

Second Amendment

 

A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

 

PA Constitution

S 21. Right To Bear Arms

 

The right of the citizens to bear arms in defense of themselves and the State shall not be questioned.

 

Buck Twp. And it’s Citizens Will Recognizes and obeyed All Federal and State Gun Law that are in place as of 3-25-21

 

Any future Federal or State Gun Laws That restricts the right of Buck Twp. Or its Citizens to to Defend themselves or the State will not be recognized by Buck Twp., or its Citizens.

 

Buck Township Municipal Building

Office Hours:

By Appointment Only

                   

Scheduled Meetings:

3rd Tuesday of every month

Buck Township Officials

ABOUT BUCK TOWNSHIP

Chairman@BuckTownship.org

570-332-0001 Ernie Searfoss

Chairman, Buck Township

Solicitor@BuckTownship.org

570-654-5030 Atty. Girard Mecadon

Solicitor, Buck Township

  Jennifer Fuller

Vice-Chair@BuckTownship.org

570-332-7030 Frank D. Sipple

Vice-Chairman, Buck Township

Engineer@BuckTownship.org

570-822-8500 Walter Poplaski

Engineer, A & E Group

Secretary@BuckTownship.org

570-313-7388 Bonnie Weed

Treasurer, Buck Township

TaxCollector@BuckTownship.org

570-472-3315 Deb Picard

Tax Collector, Buck Township

bucktownship114@gmail.com

570-606-7296 Shane Searfoss

Zoning Officer, Buck Township

SEO@BuckTownship.org

570-384-3408 William C. Brior

SEO, Buck Township

Quick facts

Buck Township is a township in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania, United States. As of the 2010 census, the population was 435, making it the least populous township in the county.[1]
The township was formed from Covington in 1833, and derived its name from George Buck, who was one of its early settlers, and who kept the first tavern, afterward known as Terwiliger=s. John Nagle was the first settler in Buck. He built his log cabin on the old Sullivan road, near the Lehigh, in 1782, fourteen miles from any human habitation. Conrad Sox, Justice Simonson, Samuel Wildrick and Thomas Tattershall settled here soon after. Mr Simonson lived to be nearly one hundred years of age, and when far in the nineties had often walked to Wilkes-Barre, a distance of fifteen miles. [2]

References

1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buck_Township,_Luzerne_County,_Pennsylvania
2. http://www.pagenweb.org/~luzerne/patk/buckstwp.htm

CONTACT US


Mailing Address: Buck Township, PO Box 273, Bear Creek, PA 18602

Phone: 570-313-7388

info@BuckTownship.org