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Government, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections
At a 9 a.m. press conference Tuesday, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett said the worst of Hurricane Sandy is over, but there are 1.3 million without power and two deaths.
Palmer Township Planners discuss the zoning map in preparation for the future development around the Route 33 interchange project.
Government, Sports, The Neighborhood Files
The recreation department will submit plans to Forks Township Supervisors on May 3 for a skate park at the Community Center.
Forks has hired a new township manager, John V. Cornell, from Souderton.
Government, Police & Fire
The former police chief in Easton, Larry Palmer, will be sworn in as Palmer Township’s new chief tonight.
Easton's Police Chief, Larry Palmer, has resigned from the Easton force and was hired by Palmer Township as its new chief.
Builder Gary Strausser asks Forks Township to pay him $2,000 a month to keep Winchester Road In Riverview Estates open to traffic.
Forks Police Chief will present the 2011 year-end report to the township tonight, and developer Gary Strausser will make a proposal that the township take over maintenance of Winchester Drive.
Palmer Township supervisors agree to post a speed limit sign on Norton Avenue by St. Jane Church.
Palmer Township gets design options for a road salt shed near the new public works facility.
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