The Lower Frederick Fire Company, and the local station of the Plymouth Community Ambulance Association, could benefit from portions of American Rescue Plan funding being received by the township.
After discussing earlier plans for the expansion of Lock Tight Storage on Big Road, Lower Frederick supervisors offered a final review Tuesday. They seemed satisfied with what they saw.
Four municipalities - Upper and Lower Frederick, and Upper and Lower Salford - have again collaborated to plan for a 2022 edition of "Movie on the Mountain." It won't be held until September, but it's already on the Lower Frederick recreation calendar.
To the surprise of Lower Frederick's solicitor and supervisors, the township has identified what it believes is an unowned portion of land along Swamp Creek. Is there value in trying to claim it?, they wonder.
Long-time Lower Frederick resident and former elected township official Ernie Schmitt has again agreed to serve the municipality as a volunteer, this time as its Planning Commission alternate member.
After "interesting but slow" talks with the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Lower Frederick officials said it will reimburse the township to replace items lost or damaged in floods at Foy Park.
It's been years in the making. Now the concepts and wording of Lower Frederick Township's 2040 comprehensive plan awaits a public hearing Tuesday night (Feb. 1) at its Board of Supervisors' meeting.
Near-constant winds and occasionally heavy rain forced the cancellation Saturday of tree-planting at Village Center Park in Lower Frederick. Sunday, although cold, was better, and a group of volunteers turned out for the work.