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North Middleton Township listed among safest in Pennsylvania

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Cumberland County’s North Middleton Township is one of the top ten safest place to live in Pennsylvania according to home security provider Safewise.  The township is ranked tenth among the 50 safest cities in the commonwealth.  Safewise compiled independent research with the most recent FBI Crime Report to come up with the list.

Safewise describes the township in a release:

“Nestled in the midst of rolling hills, North Middleton Township boasts a caring community. One example of what makes North Middleton a safe place to call home is initiatives like the Adopt a Fire Hydrant program, where citizens take care to keep hydrants clear from snow and ice, especially after the snow plows have made their rounds. This saves precious moments in the event of an emergency during the bitter winter months. It is strong community-based actions like these that have helped North Middleton keep their crime rate low, with no reported robberies, arson or murders in 2011.”

To see the complete list of the 50 Safest Cities in Pennsylvania click here.

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