The township expects to receive $1.2 million under the federal American Rescue Plan Act to address pandemic-related financial needs. It first $600,000 check was due May 11. It's now delayed until June.
Township commissioners, who earlier said they want to move a police officer out of Pottsgrove High and into street patrols, is sending a "revised" proposal for a school resource officer to the district.
Four fire-fighting organizations - in Lower Pottsgrove, Limerick, and Pottstown - received thanks and commemorative awards Thursday for their efforts to rescue a trapped construction worker during April.
A conditional use hearing on the proposed Royal Farms convenience store and fueling station at 300 Armand Hammer Blvd. will be held Thursday (tonight) at 6 p.m. in Sunnybrook Ballroom. It's open to the public.
Bursich Associates, the Sanatoga firm which served for decades as Lower Pottsgrove's appointed engineer, has voluntarily severed its ties with the township. A new firm, McCarthy Engineering Associates, is its successor.
Ryan Lehman, a local farmer with equipment needed to harvest hay on Lower Pottsgrove-owned land at North Pleasant View and Bliem roads, won another contract for the job in 2021. Both sides win in the deal
With all lowest construction bids and soft costs, according to Lower Pottsgrove's architect, its proposed municipal campus cost now exceeds $8.6 million. Cuts remain available. Township commissioners have not accepted any bids yet.
The number of overtime hours incurred by the Lower Pottsgrove police last month fell between two extremes: a high-point of April 2019, and a pandemic-related low of April 2020, a monthly report shows.