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 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.
More than 1,300 incidents during January that drew responses from the Lower Pottsgrove Police Department represented its busiest first month of the year since 2019, the acting chief reported.
Both the township solicitor and manager expressed concerns Monday to the Lower Pottsgrove Board of Commissioners that bid documents were still being awaited for its proposed municipal campus project.
Do Zoom, or WebEx, or GoToMeeting meetings become things of the past for municipalities when the pandemic ends? Lower Pottsgrove township commissioners believe those methods have a longer future.
To offer protection to residents and tenants of the Sanatoga Greene complex, four new fire hydrants will be installed along Evergreen Road, Lower Pottsgrove commissioners agreed.