It appears Lower Pottsgrove potentially has something to gain and little to lose by agreeing to join in an opioid drugs lawsuit settlement between 10 states, including PA, and national pharmaceutical companies.
Reading City police officer Nick Dinnocenti took his oath of office Thursday to become the latest member of the Lower Pottsgrove Police Department. It's a group he knows well from past experience.
Having already made an offer of employment, Lower Pottsgrove commissioners are scheduled Thursday night to consider approval of an employment agreement for the township's new police chief. He is expected to take his oath of office Nov. 4.
With the sizes of popular pick-up trucks and SUVs growing in width and length, Lower Pottsgrove commissioners were asked to consider enlarging parking spaces. Let's think about it, they replied.
The first meeting of the Lower Pottsgrove Board of Commissioners during November has been re-scheduled from Nov. 1 to Nov. 4 at 7 p.m., to be held inside Sunnybrook Ballroom, North Sunnybrook Road.
A Lower Pottsgrove commissioners' committee continues to review plans for construction of its proposed municipal campus, two months after forcing the project to a halt. It's looking to reduce costs.
Lower Pottsgrove commissioners' President Bruce Foltz and fellow board members are pondering the future of electric vehicle charging in the township, and may consider an ordinance regulating it.
Lower Pottsgrove has issued its monthly financial warrant for August 2021, as approved by the Board of Commissioners. It documents where revenues came from, and how money was spent, during the month.