Lower Pottsgrove commissioners Monday agreed to engage a professional financial advisor to find the township's best possible funding, amounting to millions of dollars, to build its municipal campus.
Lower Pottsgrove police force volunteers will stop shaving next month, and donate their facial hair maintenance money to help prevent cancer. Township commissioners, including member Robert Mohollen (at top) liked and joked about the idea.
Lower Pottsgrove has issued its monthly financial warrant for August, as approved Thursday by the Board of Commissioners. It documents where revenues came from, and how money was spent, in the month.
Where will Lower Pottsgrove come up with $8 million, if that much is needed, to pay for construction of its municipal campus? Township commissioners heard more Thursday night about borrowing options.
Just one company, J.P. Mascaro and Sons, submitted a bid for garbage hauling services in Lower Pottsgrove through 2025. Its overall cost, approved Thursday by township commissioners, presents residents with total $100 price hike over a five-year period.
Collegeville contractor James R. Kenney Excavating and Paving has begun work on installing storm water controls and a turf-reinforced parking lot at Lower Pottsgrove's Gerald Richards Park.
Lower Pottsgrove has ended its plans for a 2020 Community Day in October. With the coronavirus pandemic continuing, all involved preferred to exercise caution. A 2021 date, though, is already set.
Rupert Road is one of four in Lower Pottsgrove where traffic speeds are rising, particularly among commuters hurrying to enter or exit at U.S. Route 422. Slow down; consequences ahead.