The chairman of Lower Frederick Township's Board of Supervisors, Chuck Yeiser, will be a featured speaker Feb. 8 during an organizational meeting for fairer redistricting in Pennsylvania.
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Parks and recreation facilities available in Lower Frederick rival those of larger municipalities. The township is hoping two members of the public will volunteer to fill vacancies on its parks board.
After their organizational meeting Jan. 6, Lower Frederick Township announced they plan to continue using certified public accountants to examine its books for the 2020 fiscal year. Its elected auditors will fulfill other duties, and serve in a "watchdog" role.
Lower Frederick's Zoning Hearing Board will meet tonight to discuss zoning variances being sought for a 8,790-square-foot lot in the township's R-1 Rural Residential District. Its meeting is open to the public.
It's not a "traditional" party, but a necessary one, the Lower Frederick parks board said. Volunteers are being sought for a Nov. 24 effort to cut out invasive plants threatening to overrun Cuddy Park.
Supervisors admit they have tough choices ahead in dealing with the tentative 2020 budget shortfall. Paying the balance from savings, borrowing, cutting costs, or raising taxes are their options.
PennDOT contractors are installing storm pipe in Lower Frederick Township, as well as working to complete milling and paving operations next week in Limerick Township across three different roads.