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Saxonburg Borough Council
The continuation of Saxonburg's January 18 Council meeting will take place Tuesday, February 1, 2022 at 7 p.m. at the Municipal Building (420 W Main Street, Saxonburg). The meeting agenda will be posted on the front door of the Municipal Building on the Monday before the meeting.
Rep. Marci Mustello's Presentation to Saxonburg for its 175th Anniversary
Rep. Marci Mustello recently presented a citation to Saxonburg's Council from the Pennsylvania House of Representatives to Saxonburg for its 175th Anniversary of incorporation, highlighting:
“Whereas, Founded in 1832 by John Augustus and Frederick Charles Roebling, two immigrants from Mühlhausen, Germany, Saxonburg Borough was incorporated in Butler County in 1846. In the 1880s, it enjoyed the prosperity of the oil boom in Golden City located one mile to its west, and by 18
95, the borough has grown to include five hotels, two general stores, a doctor’s office, a flour and feed store, a lumber yard, a wagon shop, an opera house, and two schools. Today, Saxonburg Borough hosts several annual celebrations, including the Mingle on Main fair, the Saxonburg Festival of the Arts, and the Holiday Parade. A valuable presence in this Commonwealth, Saxonburg Borough is a community which has always been blessed with steadfast citizens, concerned community and civic-minded leaders, lasting traditions and a resilient spirit that have helped it to thrive for one hundred seventy-five years and prepared it to meet the challenges of the future.
“Now therefore, the House of Representatives of the commonwealth of Pennsylvania pays tribute to the Borough of Saxonburg upon the momentous occasion of the one hundred seventy-fifth anniversary of its incorporation; affirmatively states that its wealth of contributions over the years is a vital facet of this Commonwealth’s rich history; extends sincere best wishes for the continuation of this most worthy endeavors in the years to come;
And directs that a copy of this citation, sponsored by the Honorable Marci Mustello on September 13, 2021, be transmitted to the Borough of Saxonburg.”