Like elsewhere in Montgomery County this weekend, previously shuttered businesses in Lower Pottsgrove reopened to eager customers as the coronavirus lockdown ended. Things aren't normal just yet, though.
Several municipal government and school board meetings are scheduled for this week, according to their calendars and published legal notices.
The coronavirus put the same damper on plans to honor Pottsgrove High's graduating athletes as it did on spring sports. That didn't keep the Booster Club from providing a well-deserved tribute to students.
PennDOT may be working on bridge replacements in Lower Pottsgrove through late 2022, it said, and the job starts June 15 with tree-clearing operations to prepare for the project.
Expect a little traffic turmoil next week on U.S. Route 422 and a few of the roads it crosses between Royersford and Sanatoga. PennDOT lane restrictions are planned in several locations at varying hours.
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.
A letter by Pottsgrove schools Superintendent Dr. William Shirk said the district values the differences in its communities, and urged all involved to stand "against any and all acts of racism."
The Lower Pottsgrove municipal building on Buchert Road SANATOGA PA – The pending departure of Lower Pottsgrove Police Chief Michael Foltz will prompt the township Board of Commissioners to consider several police-related agenda items during its meeting Thursday night (June 4, 2020)