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About Citizen Printing House

Putting Your Ideas to Paper Since 1896

Citizen Printing House began as Enterprise Printing Shop back in 1896. Located in the basement of the current K of C building, the small printing shop provided quality services to the community. Eventually, the office moved to 99 West Main Street to become the home of the Allegany Citizen newspaper.

After a brief stint at 1 E Main Street, the newspaper moved back to its current location at 99 West Main Street. Business was booming, and a larger space was needed to accommodate customers’ needs. 
It was at that time that the Mutsclechner family (father Joe, sons Joseph and Allie) ran the business. Following Allie’s retirement, J. Mark Moyer (grandson of the founder) purchased the business. The newspaper issued its final copy in 1976 and so the name was changed to Citizen Printing House. 

Dennis Burton purchased the building in 1989 for his engineering consulting firm, and decided to keep the print shop operating. Numerous renovations were made, and most of the original equipment was replaced with more modern technology. 

100 Years of Excellence 

Today, the print shop is owned by Lynda Burton Dunn, who is assisted by printer Edgar Monroe and technician Paul Zielinski. The team works together to continuously provide exceptional products, great prices and quality custom printing to businesses and individuals. 

As technology has advanced, Citizen Printing House has learned and grown to embrace new and improved services. From letterheads and envelopes to business cards and carbonless forms, we have the experience and technology to handle your every need. Although we’ve developed a reputation for the most affordable engineering copies in the area, we have broadened our capabilities by adding vinyl signs and scanning to PDF.

Rave Review

“Citizen Printing is helping us print EVERYTHING as far as Raffle Tickets and Posters for this year's Rally in the Valley. I am proud to say that the Rally in the Valley is using local talent every time we can for our needs. Thank you Citizen Printing for all your help!!!” 

Larry 'Big Dawg' Penman
Rally in the Valley Co-Chair
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