An $8 million "municipal campus" that the Lower Pottsgrove Board of Commissioners has planned during the past two years will move ahead toward construction, its members decided in a 3-1 vote Thursday.
Lower Pottsgrove commissioners appear scheduled to vote Thursday night on whether to build its proposed $8 million municipal campus.
Properties in Pottstown, Lower Pottsgrove, and West Pottsgrove are among those listed for sale in a Dec. 10 online auction conducted for the Montgomery County Tax Claim Bureau to reclaim delinquent taxes.
Brookside Country Club is considering a lot line revision involving two parcels. Because it is considered a minor change to a subdivision, it requires Lower Pottsgrove Planning Commission review.
Since late June, the township Board of Supervisors has discussed its desire to bring Lower Frederick into the super-fast telecommunications future. Its solicitor proposes zoning law changes to meet the need.
An attorney has let Lower Pottsgrove know of a client interested in buying the Sanatoga village land planned for its municipal campus. Commissioners said only that they'd be willing to hear an offer.
Pottstown attorney John A. "Jack" Koury has stepped down as solicitor of Pottstown Area Industrial Development Inc., an organization in which he has been involved for more than 40 years.
Real estate developers looking to build in Lower Pottsgrove in the past may have had to calculate several costs for proposed sewer usage, depending on their projects. The process was simplified Monday.