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Linglestown Gazette: Meeting set on Linglestown improvements

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Meeting set on Linglestown improvements

A public meeting to discuss the Linglestown improvement project – better known as the square project – will be held this Thursday, October 15 at 7 pm in the St. Thomas Social Hall at the old firehouse.

Although there have been several tentative starting dates that have come and gone in recent years, it appears to be the real thing this time around.

PennDOT has awarded a $4 million construction bid to Leon E. Wintermyer Co. of Etters to put in place improvements that aim to improve traffic flow and put a new face on the village. Groundbreaking is expected to happen this fall.



At 1:51 PM, Anonymous Pastor George said...

I'm glad you are here to inform us of these things because no one else does!

At 8:49 AM, Anonymous Sandy said...

I second what Pastor George said. I am unable to attend this meeting due to work schedule so look forward to hearing what was discussed. I am hoping they address the parking/traffic flow issues/options for the tenants and residents that live ON Linglestown Rd. near the square.

At 10:43 AM, Anonymous Maria said...

Please let us know what is in the plan to fix the problem of getting out on Linglestown road from Blue Ridge Parkway. It is almost impossible at any time other than 2AM!!

At 11:28 AM, Blogger  said...

Maria, there will be a new bypass road and roundabout constructed to improve traffic flow at Blue Mountain Parkway.


At 7:42 AM, Blogger Team Puhala said...

I too missed the meeting due to work schedule. Can we get the details anywhere?

At 11:40 AM, Blogger  said...

I attended the meeting and will post notes soon. Construction is expected to get under way by late in October 2009.

At 9:17 PM, Anonymous Sandy said...

Thanks B2. will look forward to reading the particulars of the meeting.

At 9:30 PM, Anonymous Sandy said...

Didn't I read in a recent mailing that the construction was due to start any day now?


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