The trash hauling and recycling company that handles waste disposal in Lower Pottsgrove and elsewhere is spending about $2 million to outfit more than 600 fleet vehicles with high-tech devices.
Five people who serve as volunteers on four Lower Pottsgrove advisory bodies were reappointed Monday by township commissioners. They also agreed to advertise a proposed retirement plan for non-uniformed employees.
Township commissioners have agreed to settle assessment appeals for three commercial properties owned by Heritage Sunnybrook Village LP on Heritage and Creekside Drives in Lower Pottsgrove.
The illness in recent weeks affected two of the township's five elected leaders, its police chief, and several police department officers, commissioners reported Monday. The township functioned well despite the adversity, they added.
Lower Pottsgrove Township commissioners are expected tonight (Monday) to conduct their first meeting of the new year online to ensure safety in the continuing pandemic. An agenda has yet to be posted.
Lower Pottsgrove has issued its monthly financial warrant for November 2020, as approved by the Board of Commissioners. It documents where revenues came from, and how money was spent, during the month.
'Mom and Pop' businesses that make less than $3 million a year and employ fewer than 30 would benefit from grant funding under legislation state Rep. Joe Ciresi of Royersford hopes to reintroduce in 2021.
Pottsgrove schools' officials expected, at some point, to deal with coronavirus-positive exposures at one or more buildings. One was announced Tuesday, simply to keep parents informed, at the high school.