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Linglestown Gazette: Linglestown Monday need-to-knows

Monday, April 14, 2008

Linglestown Monday need-to-knows

Government watchdog ... Lower Paxton Township supervisors have a busy Tuesday on tap with an administrative workshop scheduled at 4 pm and a regular business meeting at 7:30 pm, Township Municipal Center, 425 Prince Street. Comcast cable subscribers can view a live broadcast of the 7:30 pm meeting on channel 20.

CLICK HERE to view meeting agendas. Nothing on the agendas appears to directly impact the Linglestown area.

One item of general interest: Under “New Business,” the supervisors will vote on a resolution to form a township Greenway Committee to work on implementing the recently enacted township-wide greenway plan. If you want to apply to serve on the committee, contact the township at 657-5600 or pick-up a volunteer application at the Township Muncipal Center. Those interested in a position will be interviewed by the Parks and Recreation Board, who will recommend members to the township superviosrs for approval.

* Village meeting on tap ... The Village of Linglestown Committee will meet on Thursday, April 17, 7 pm at Linglestown Fire Company’s brick building. The group is charged with assisting the township with the village improvement project tentatively slated to begin construction this summer.

Committee members for 2008 are Eric Kessler, Andrew Christine, James Griffiths, Gary L. Hoffman, John Kepler, Stuart Knade, William E. Minsker, Paul M. Rowe, Joseph Mack, Bill Twillery, Jerry Miller and Pastor G. Barry Stahl.

* New housing development? ... There might be a new housing development in the works somewhere along Wenrich Street. The township planning commission’s meeting agenda for April 9 listed a subdivision plan for Wenrich Heights. Developing story …

What’s up with Koons Pool? Has anyone received a membership renewal form in the mail from Koons Park Pool? If so, please post a comment with 2008 prices.

Other stuff Linglestown Gazette got a mention in the April newsletter published by Blue Meadow Farm Homeowners Association. Thanks for the plug! (Hat tip to Q) … Speaking of Blue Meadow Farm, there will be a yard sale at the housing community this Saturday, April 19. … CD School District is holding a public information session Tuesday night for parents and teens to learn about teen drug and alcohol abuse, Internet safety, gangs and the “choking game.” CLICK HERE for more details. … If you missed TV coverage of Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama’s appearance at nearby Messiah College, CLICK HERE for news spot from WHP TV-21, and consider attending a FREE video program about the forum this Sunday at Linglestown Life church.


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