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Linglestown Gazette: Lower Paxton watchdog, Sept. 2010

Monday, October 11, 2010

Lower Paxton watchdog, Sept. 2010

Below are updates on happenings at Lower Paxton Township government meetings last month.

* The township planning commission continues to work on a planned Business Improvement District along the Route 22 business corridor. CLICK HERE for background information.

* Lower Paxton supervisors have halted work on a proposed solar farm project while state lawmakers consider renewable energy legislation. CLICK HERE for background information.

* The supervisors postponed condemnation of a Linglestown property when the owner expressed concern that a historic spring would be destroyed. CLICK HERE for the story by The Patriot-News.

* The township greenway committee is working on a Walking Opportunities Brochure, and eyeing a stretch along Nyes Road and Nyes Run for a possible walking trail. Also, some committee members are looking for locations where gaps in existing sidewalks and trail systems for biking and walking could be filled.

Information for this post was provided by Stray Winds Area Neighbors, better known as SWAN.


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