Lower Frederick supervisors, in their Tuesday work session, heard the public works department this year plans to fully re-pave - not just coat with oil-and-chips - four selected roads.
For yet another week, crews working on behalf of the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation will be busy milling and repaving Route 29 between Lower Frederick and Green Lane. Drivers beware.
A portion of Zieglerville Road in Lower Frederick Township was closed most of Monday, so a crew working for PennDOT could dislodge debris from its bridge over Goshenhoppen Creek.
Between Gravel Pike and Goshen Road, Zieglerville Road in Lower Frederick will be closed to traffic Monday (April 20) as workers for PennDot clear debris from beneath the bridge over Goshenhoppen Creek.
The Lower Frederick Fire Company on Monday (April 13, 2020) first sounded its siren to say thanks for medical workers' help in fighting COVID-19. Then, in a second special tribute, it sounded again to say thanks for the work and effort of the late Jim Keyser.
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.
PennDOT contractors will mill and then re-pave the surface of Route 29 during overnight sessions from March 29 to April 4, between Zieglerville Road in Lower Frederick and Second Street in Upper Hanover.
Sacks and Sons Inc. of Zieglerville on Monday won a Lower Pottsgrove Township contract for equipment rentals related to road resurfacing work scheduled later this year.