The newest plans for a second phase development on West Lightcap Road for the Sanatoga Springs project, and a cable franchise agreement renewal, are discussion topics Tuesday for Limerick supervisors.
Probably like many other people, Lower Pottsgrove planning commissioners are tired of meeting online. They'll resume in-person sessions beginning June 21 (Monday) and continue until year's end.
In a conditional use hearing, Lower Pottsgrove commissioners heard information on and asked questions about the convenience store company's proposal for a fueling station on Armand Hammer Boulevard.
Enhancements and other revisions to the exterior look of the proposed clubhouse and apartment buildings at Sanatoga Green on Evergreen Road were approved Thursday by Lower Pottsgrove commissioners.
A conditional use hearing on the proposed Royal Farms convenience store and fueling station at 300 Armand Hammer Blvd. will be held Thursday (tonight) at 6 p.m. in Sunnybrook Ballroom. It's open to the public.
Ryan Lehman, a local farmer with equipment needed to harvest hay on Lower Pottsgrove-owned land at North Pleasant View and Bliem roads, won another contract for the job in 2021. Both sides win in the deal
With all lowest construction bids and soft costs, according to Lower Pottsgrove's architect, its proposed municipal campus cost now exceeds $8.6 million. Cuts remain available. Township commissioners have not accepted any bids yet.
Cooking up its famous fried chicken may take awhile yet but, if it wins township regulatory clearances, fast-food and convenience store operator Royal Farms has announced its hopes to open in Lower Pottsgrove.