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Archived Home Pages - January 2002
The Preliminary Agenda for the February 4 meeting of the Board of Supervisors has been posted.
The Official Minutes for the January 7, 2002 Reorganization and Regular meetings of the Board of Supervisors have been posted.
I have replaced our Meeting Calendar page (linked from the green button at the top of every page) with one containing the full year official calendar of meetings received from Township Administrator Linda Csete. I have not been very good at keeping this calendar up to date, but you now have the full year in advance. In addition, the new format includes meetings of the Board of Supervisors, Planning Commission, Historical Commission, Open Space Commission and Parks and Recreation Board as well as meetings of the Phoenixville Regional Planning Commission that are hosted by Charlestown.
LOST DOG - BODINE ROAD AREA
17 year old brown female "Schnoodle" about 12 pounds, with tags. Hard of hearing. If found, please contact owner at 610-827-1268 or call the Township Office 610-240-0326.
Traffic Seminar - 'Seminar seeks traffic solutions" in today's Philadelphia Inquirer announces this Thursday's seminar on local traffic problems to be held by the Transportation Management Association of Chester County. Here is the announcement quoted from the Inquirer -
MALVERN - The Transportation Management Association will cohost a seminar this week to find solutions to congestion problems on the State Route 29/Great Valley corridor and the Pennsylvania Turnpike.
I have added the Transportation Management Association of Chester County's website to our Neighborhood Links page.
The seminar, "Effective Highway Planning Equals Reduced Congestion," will be from 8 to 10 a.m. Thursday at the Penn State Great Valley Campus, 30 East Swedesford Rd. Speakers will include township officials, state legislators and PennDot officials. For more information, visit the association's excellent website at http://www.TMACC.org.
"Great Valley expecting tough budget year" by Pamela Batzel in today's Daily Local News reports on growing costs and limited revenues facing the Great Valley School Board as it faces this year's budgeting tasks. The article is available on-line from the paper's web site by clicking here.
"Drought in Pa. borders on dire" by Nancy Petersen in today's Philadelphia Inquirer reports on the water problems in our area and the likelihood of a drought emergency in the near future. The article is available on-line from the paper's web site by clicking here.
"District mounting anti-seal operation" by Pamela Batzel in the weekend's Daily Local News reports on efforts by the Great Valley School District and other Pennsylvania school districts to contest a recent state mandate for "the application of state seals on the diplomas of graduates who score proficient or above on state exams". The article is available on-line from the paper's web site by clicking here.
The Preliminary Agenda for the January 28 meeting of the Board of Supervisors has been posted.
The second Board of Supervisors meeting of January is scheduled for January 28, not this coming Monday the 21st (School building is closed due to Martin Luther King Day).
The Preliminary Agenda for the January 22 meeting of the Planning Commission has been posted.
"Bridge construction remains on schedule" in yesterday's The Phoenix reports on the progress of construction of the Rt. 29 "Ice Dam" bridge over Pickering Creek. The article includes a photo. The article is available on-line from the paper's web site by clicking here.
"Malvern man charged after alleged attack on state trooper" in today's The Mercury reports on an alleged assault of a state trooper by a Charlestown resident on Church Road, near the village. The article is available on-line from the paper's web site by clicking here.
Charlestown Green's report on the January 7, 2002 Reorganization and Regular meetings of the Board of Supervisors has been posted to our Neighborhood News page.
Debbie Kuhn proudly reports on Becca Kuhn's art accepted and exhibited by the juried show of the Chester County Art Association. See our Neighbors of Note page.
Fire Marshal Fred Alston's report for December has been posted. Note that the Ban on Outside Burning is still in effect.
The Official Minutes of the December 17 meeting of the Board of Supervisors have been posted.
The Preliminary Agendas for tonight's Reorganization and Regular Meetings of the Board of Supervisors have been posted.
The Preliminary Agenda for tomorrow night's meeting of the Planning Commission has been posted.
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