Gerald Richards Park is Lower Pottsgrove's busiest recreation area. It's already been the site of several visitor parking improvements. Now the township is preparing for bids on field and trail work.
Shovels were filled and dirt ceremoniously thrown in ground-breaking for the new westbound U.S. Route 422 on-ramp at Sanatoga. An equally celebratory completion event is anticipated in November.
Lower Pottsgrove has issued its monthly financial warrant for April 2021, as approved by the Board of Commissioners. It documents where revenues came from, and how money was spent, during the month.
Bethlehem PA-based Alloy 5, the architectural firm designing Lower Pottsgrove's proposed municipal campus, returns Monday night to talk with township commissioners about over-budget bids.
In a conditional use hearing, Lower Pottsgrove commissioners heard information on and asked questions about the convenience store company's proposal for a fueling station on Armand Hammer Boulevard.
Enhancements and other revisions to the exterior look of the proposed clubhouse and apartment buildings at Sanatoga Green on Evergreen Road were approved Thursday by Lower Pottsgrove commissioners.
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.