If you ever needed proof of the brute power of rushing water, or evidence to validate the saying "Turn Around, Don't Drown!", see Thursday's debris at the North Sunnybrook Road bridge in Lower Pottsgrove.
Dead trees and limbs that were too close to the shoulders of Pruss Hill Road in Lower Pottsgrove, and posed a potential hazard to traffic, were removed Monday. A portion of the road was temporarily closed.
Lower Pottsgrove Public Works employees spent part of Wednesday completing the installation of storm water drainage devices on Pruss Hill Road at Snell Road. It's intended to solve winter icing problems.
North Sunnybrook Road was resurfaced Thursday with an oil-and-stone chip mixture that can take a few days to settle and be embedded. Lower Pottsgrove posted warning signs along its length.
Portions of three Lower Pottsgrove highways due for resurfacing will benefit from materials and expertise to be provided when the weather gets warmer by Asphalt Maintenance Solutions LLC.
Mother Nature has thrown surprises our way this winter, but Lower Pottsgrove's winter road services budget has held up pretty well, its manager told the township Board of Commissioners.
Lower Pottsgrove public works employees spent a portion of Monday to rebuild a deteriorating brick flower bed outside the municipal building on Buchert Road.
It's become that time of year again. Lower Pottsgrove has ushered in the onset of winter, if only symbolically, by authorizing contracts with three separate bidders for 2020-2021 snow removal services.