The next public meeting for Lansdale residents to help shape a planned local skate park will be held next week. At 7 p.m. on Jan. 22 the borough will host the third special meeting in three months to finalize the design of a proposed park for skaters at Fourth Street Park. “Consultants have taken feedback gathered at the previous meetings, and will be showing how those ideas can be incorporated into the design,” said an update from Lansdale Borough.
HATFIELD TWP. >> Reinforcements could be coming soon to the Hatfield Police Department. Later this month the township commissioners are expected to approve a conditional offer of employment to one police officer, with another not far behind. “Two officers over the next several months: one two weeks from tonight, and in roughly February or March we will have another one to consider,” said Township Manager Aaron Bibro.
HATFIELD TWP. >> Two projects designed for Hatfield residents to get outdoors are both moving ahead in 2018. Approval could come later this month to finalize a plan spelling out ways to expand the township’s Clemens Park, while stepping stones have now been installed on a trail connecting School Road Park to the Frick’s Meetinghouse near Line Lexington Road. “This is just one portion of that trail, which we’ll be working on a lot this year,” said Township Manager Aaron Bibro.
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Selecting a term
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