A company that proposes to build a five-field soccer complex on Airport Road in Limerick has received approval, for the second time in eight years, from the township Zoning Hearing Board.
Pottsgrove schools are always in need of arts, crafts, and school supplies. It just so happened that New Jersey-based Paramount Realty Services had supplies available for the taking. That made for a perfect match.
Borough Council agreed Monday to forgive lingering taxes, fees and bills it may have been unable to collect anyway, as a means of promoting development at the former Pottstown Plating Works property.
The Lower Pottsgrove-approved, multi-use complex to be built on Evergreen Road has not yet broken ground, delayed by sewer-related issues. The township engineer believes they could be solved next week.
Lower Pottsgrove wants to avoid future sewer problems when properties are sold, or deeds or titles transferred to new owners. Legal changes Thursday made property sewer re-inspections a requirement.
A request by MooveIn Storage to extend by one year its special exception for use of the former auto showroom property at 2148 E. High St. was granted Tuesday by the Lower Pottsgrove Zoning Hearing Board.
Montgomery County's sheriff lists 111 properties available under May 27 scheduled foreclosures sales in the county's western half, with nearly 50 percent of them in Pottstown. The volume is growing, his office indicated.
One individual's $250 contribution to Lower Frederick, intended as seed money to help preserve open space in the future, has led the Board of Supervisors to create a savings account for the purpose.