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Lower Pottsgrove Board of Commissioners Archive

Know Where $374,329 Went During December?

Of the more than $5.74 million spent on Lower Pottsgrove township

Impromptu Engineering Solves School Traffic Woes

Parental pick-ups in the afternoon at Lower Pottsgrove Elementary School on

Township Board Praises Holiday Food Drive Results

Commissioners on Monday congratulated one of their own, Shawn Watson, for

Township Collector Reports Tax Bill Surprise!

If you live in Lower Pottsgrove township, it's not likely to

Police Saw Their Share Of Holiday Sorrows

Lower Pottsgrove patrol officers, during Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, handled

Attorney Gains New Title, Brandt Says Of Brant

There's a reason, reporter Evan Brandt writes, that attorney Robert Brant's

Cost To Fix Sanatoga Traffic Woes At 422: $8 Million

There's a need for a lot of money, and not much

Businessman Proposes Texts For Township Future

Norristown-based mobile marketer Ray Strano has suggested Lower Pottsgrove consider text

Lower Pottsgrove Board Names 4 To New Positions

It recently selected a new emergency management coordinator, assistant fire marshal,

Couple Wants Open Space, Project Plan Answers

A Kepler Road couple has asked Lower Pottsgrove commissioners to supply

Police Department Changes Legal Counsel

Lower Pottsgrove's Police Committee has accepted, and the Board of Commissioners

Township Wheels, Deals On County Planning Costs

Lower Pottsgrove commissioners last week credited township Manager Ed Wagner for

Landscaper Authorized For Former Ehrlich Offices

Plans to transform the building at 2169 E. High St. from

Township Clears Away Police Overtime Costs

Lower Pottsgrove commissioners agreed to pay $3,700 to eliminate lingering police

Board Wants Study to Expand ‘Bulging’ Building

Lower Pottsgrove township employees are using every inch of available space

Township Board Calls Executive Session

Lower Pottsgrove's Board of Commissioners said the private meeting was to

Township Police Sergeant Injured During Manhunt

Lower Pottsgrove Police Sgt. Scott Weidenhammer was injured during this week's

Well, Counselor, At Least It’s Not A Lump Of Coal

Trappe attorney and Lower Pottsgrove solicitor Robert Brant was the only

Approved Township Budget Holds Digital Surprise

One of Lower Pottsgrove's 2015 township budget line items, a $10,500

Township’s Newest Police Officer Takes His Oath

With 10 photos. The 18th officer to join the ranks Thursday

Township Looks To OK No-Tax-Increase Budget Tonight

Lower Pottsgrove commissioners will conduct their 2014 close-out meeting tonight, and