Tuesday, May 15, 2012
While not considered rampant, the Community Development Committee reviewed the township’s policy on individuals taking waste and recyclables for profit.
At the May 14 Community Development Committee, Willow Grove resident Nick Scull described an all-too-familiar scene. According to Scull, after acquiring the proper permits to place his electronic recyclable for the township’s recycling pickup, he had some trouble keeping his recycling on his property. “At four-O’clock I heard some noise and here’s a guy who’s loading my computer into his truck,” Scull recounted before the committee. “And, I’m thinking, I paid 20 bucks for a permit for this, because I don’t want it to end up in a landfill, and I wanted to make sure that it gets recycled properly.” Scull went on to explain to the individual, while he didn’t want to deprive him of his income, Scull also didn’t want his electronic recyclables …
Monday, April 9, 2012
Presentations on the building's HVAC System will take place tonight.
Monday, April 9, 2012
The Community Development Committee meeting of the Upper Moreland Township Board of Commissioners, will take place tonight at 7 p.m. in the township building. Below is the meeting's draft agenda: Presentations/Announcements Presentations by: 1. 7:00 p.m. – Gillan & Hartmann, Inc. 2. 7:30 p.m. – Snyder Hoffman Associates, Inc. 3. 8:00 p.m. – Alderson Engineering, Inc. Land Development/Subdivision Old Business New Business Redevelopment Visitor Comments
Tuesday, December 6, 2011
Residents can expect no new taxes or fees next year./ Also resident brings up storm water management.
In a vote of 5 – 2, the Upper Moreland Board of commissioners passed the 2012 Budget at the Dec. 5 special meeting. The new budget does not increase real estate taxes or other fees for residents. The 2012 budget follows the 13.6-percent tax increase of the 2011 budget. Reading from the budget’s summery, president of the board Sam Valenza stated that the 2012 budget successfully funds all municipal services currently provided to township residents. He said that the new budget proposes township expenditures of $17,432,798, which, according to the budget summery report, is a decrease of $321,904; a 1.8-percent decrease compared to the 2011 budget. According to Valenza, the township’s expenditure reduction is primarily due to a reduction in …