Many states may like the advance loan option offered by bonds known as GARVEEs to repair their transportation infrastructure problems, but Pennsylvania isn't one of them.
The police chief in neighboring Lower Pottsgrove has acted on the agreement, struck last year between the township and Lamar Advertising, to make use of electronic billboards suspended high above U.S. Route 422 at Porter Road.
His professional career to date has included project design work, municipal plan reviews, and roadway and traffic control design.
The state Department of Transportation has temporary (about seven months) jobs available for workers with specialized skills. If you're one of them, hurry. The application deadline is July 25.
Police officers from several townships surrounding Pottstown will participate in the multi-jurisdictional Team DUI efforts during the Independence Day holiday week.
There are the usual vehicles that roam Pottstown's streets, and then - photographer Stephanie Musal noted - there's this.
In some other location - New York City, maybe, except around Central Park - seeing this on the street might be unusual. Here? Not so much.
Pottstown wants to remove and replace manhole frames (if needed), remediate others that are fixable, and generally solve problems related to them.