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  • Governor Corbett signs Mechanic’s Lien Law Amendment

    The Pennsylvania Mechanic’s Lien Law, which was initially passed in 1963, has undergone few significant changes since its passage.  On July 9, 2014, the Governor signed Act No. 117 of 2014, previously known as Senate Bill 145, which significantly changes the Mechanic’s Lien Law with respect to residential properties and the rights of subcontractors to file mechanic’s liens. 

    In recent years, many members of the Pennsylvania legislature have become concerned after hearing stories about Pennsylvania residents having mechanic’s liens placed on their residential properties by subcontractors who ...

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Reager & Adler was a Sponsor for the 4th Annual Plein Air Camp Hill Competition and Arts Festival which was held May 16 -18, 2014, in Willow Park at 24th and Market Streets in Camp Hill.  Plein Air (painting outdoors) is an effort to raise awareness of this distinctive art form and to support art pro­grams for disadvantaged persons in our region.

This multi-day event showcased the Borough once again to national, regional, and local artists, tourists, and art connoisseurs. There were a variety of activities including artists painting “live”', artists work­shops, music groups performing and children's activities.

One of the event highlights was a 2-hour Quick Draw competition for adults and children.  The adult artists had their works judged with an awards ceremony. Children ages 5-11 also received awards for their participation in the event.

Juried artists from around the region exhibited artwork for sale. The artists painted West Shore scenes as well as created distinctive pieces of area historic buildings, parks and vistas. A Collector’s Preview Party and awards ceremony was hosted by the Economic and Cultural Development Group on Friday evening.

 For more information, go to or call (717) 909-4332.