Lower Pottsgrove has issued its monthly financial warrant for November 2020, as approved by the Board of Commissioners. It documents where revenues came from, and how money was spent, during the month.
Mother Nature has thrown surprises our way this winter, but Lower Pottsgrove's winter road services budget has held up pretty well, its manager told the township Board of Commissioners.
A retired Montgomery County police chief with decades of experience has been retained by Lower Pottsgrove commissioners to offer consulting services to the township police department.
Thinking about installing a swimming pool, patio, or addition at your Lower Pottsgrove home this year? Township planning commissioners believe proposed changes to zoning laws will help with those dreams.
Lower Pottsgrove is advertising for bidders to conduct re-surfacing work using an oil-and-stone-chip mixture later this year on three township-owned roads. See which ones. Bids should be opened Feb. 24.
Lower Pottsgrove expects to reduce costs it pays for the retirement plan of some future employees, under changes authorized earlier this month by its commissioners. Current workers are unaffected.
Proposed changes to Lower Pottsgrove's laws for impervious coverage in residential districts, said by officials to be favorable for township residents, will be reviewed Tuesday by its planning commission.
PennDOT is considering installing sound-proof barriers along portions of U.S. Route 422 in Lower Pottsgrove to reduce traffic noise. It's reportedly talking with affected homeowner associations.