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.
A boil-water advisory for a portion of Perkiomen Township served by Pennsylvania American Water remained in effect Tuesday as of 8 a.m., after an emergency health alert was issued Monday afternoon.
Where will Lower Pottsgrove come up with $8 million, if that much is needed, to pay for construction of its municipal campus? Township commissioners heard more Thursday night about borrowing options.
Montgomery, Chester and Berks counties, which include locations where households face a higher risk of eviction, will share in $1.98 billion distributed statewide for coronavirus-related eviction relief.
A franchisee of Domino's, the nationally known restaurant brand, has signed a lease for space in a portion of the former Hollywood Video store in Sanatoga, a Lower Pottsgrove official confirmed.
Work on Schwenksville's new borough hall, 300 Main St., continued Wednesday with masonry work outside, and new flooring installed in its huge community room. It may be ready for move-in by late October.
Thousands of pages of legal documents and plan drawings are receiving a last-minute review by Lower Pottsgrove staffers and engineers, as Sanatoga Greene developers hope to start earth-moving this month.
Lower Pottsgrove commissioners got an early start Tuesday on municipal business. They met in a legally authorized executive session to discuss what appears to involve a potential real estate purchase or lease.