An $8 million "municipal campus" that the Lower Pottsgrove Board of Commissioners has planned during the past two years will move ahead toward construction, its members decided in a 3-1 vote Thursday.
Lower Pottsgrove commissioners appear scheduled to vote Thursday night on whether to build its proposed $8 million municipal campus.
An attorney has let Lower Pottsgrove know of a client interested in buying the Sanatoga village land planned for its municipal campus. Commissioners said only that they'd be willing to hear an offer.
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.
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.
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 continues to work with architects in preparing plans for its township municipal campus. What it does not yet know: just how big, as measured by square footage, the building will be.