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Linglestown Gazette: LP supervisors to discuss key issues at workshop

Monday, October 13, 2008

LP supervisors to discuss key issues at workshop

Updated at 7:01 pm ...

Several key items are listed as agenda items for Tuesday night’s workshop meeting of the Lower Paxton Twp. supervisors at the Municipal Center, 425 Prince Street, at 6 pm.

Topping the list is a continuation of talks regarding the Estates of Autumn Oaks, a 91-unit luxury housing community proposed by McNaughton Homes on the slopes of Blue Mountain in the area of Patton Road. You may remember form earlier posts that residents of the Centennial Acres are concerned that storm water runoff from the planned development could exasperate existing flooding problems.

Another big item of discussion, especially for Linglestown merchants, is a proposal by the township Planning Commission to create three business improvement districts in the township.

One thing not listed is a follow-up discussion on a request by the group operating Koons Pool for a $5,000 township grant to offset the pool's budget deficit.

There are a couple abbreviations used on that agenda that are foreign to me – SALDO and LOSAP. If you know what this code language means, please post a comment.

Workshop meetings are not televised but the public is welcome to attend. The meetings are held once a month and feature in-depth discussions of issues before the township. The supervisors usually do not vote on issues during these meetings.

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At 7:17 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

SALDO - Subdivision and Land Development Ordinance

Just a guess. The other, I am not sure of. Well, even less sure I should say.


At 9:07 PM, Anonymous B said...


Some helpful info here:

Google is my friend!

At 10:40 AM, Blogger  said...

Thanks for the info, BP and b. Both of you are fine Americans!


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