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103 N Cherry Tree Blvd, Collegeville 19426 (Montgomery County/Methacton School District) 6 Bed/5.1 Bath Custom Mediterranean Foreclosure
PENNDOT TO ADD THIRD LANE ON ROUTE 422 WEST OVER SCHUYLKILL RIVER TO REDUCE EVENING DELAYS IN MONTGOMERY COUNTY
3rd Westbound lane being added between Routes 23 & 363! Expected completion date is Nov ’08. This is phase one of the larger River Crossing Complex project, designed to alleviate congestion on Route 422 between Routes 363 and 202 interchanges. [Read more...]
Limerick Township developed a $2.8 million deal with the owners of Kurylo Farm. The 90-acre farm along North Limerick Road could be part of the township’s open space preservation initiative. The township has over $550,000 saved for open space but will seek $1.5 million from the Montgomery County Commissioners and the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.
A conversation with a Verizon representative about Verizon’s FIOS availability in Collegeville/Royersford/Limerick/Sanatoga/Pottstown confirmed that the service will be available by 2010. In the meantime, Verizon and Comcast are offering bundled services including phone/internet/tv for around $99/month and DirceTV offers standalone tv service at $30-60/month.
Residents have developed a campaign against development in Collegeville and Upper Providence. The group, known as Citizen’s Action Committee to Save Upper Providence and Collegeville, initiated their sign campaign along Routes 29 and Route 422. The group was established to influence township officials reviewing plans for high-density retail, office and hotel constructions projects.
The Spring-Ford School District approved a $110 million preliminary budget for the 2007-2008 school year. The proposed budget is a 7.37 percent increase from last year and will increase property taxes by 4.27 percent.
Voters across Pennsylvania voted overwhelmingly against Act 1 referendum questions during last Tuesday’s primary election. Only four of Pennsylvania’s 498 school districts, including Bristol Borough in
County, approved the tax shift designed to provide homeowners with greater reductions in property taxes.
Pennsylvania’s Taxpayer Relief Act (ACT 1) mandated that school districts place a referendum question on the May 15, 2007 primary election ballot asking voters whether earned income (EIT) or personal income (PIT) taxes should be increased, or instituted for the purpose of reducing real estate taxes on qualified residential properties. All school districts in Pennsylvania, other than Philadelphia, Pittsburg and
Scranton, are required to place a referendum question on the ballot. Click here to see the referendum question and result for each school district in Bucks, Chester, Delaware and
Pennsylvania’s Taxpayer Relief Act (Act 1) referendum questions available on SRA (Suburban REALTORS Alliance) website
Pennsylvania’s Taxpayer Relief Act (ACT 1) mandates that school districts place a referendum question on the May 15, 2007 primary election ballot asking voters whether earned income (EIT) or personal income (PIT) taxes should be increased, or instituted for the purpose of reducing real estate taxes on qualified residential properties. All school districts in Pennsylvania, other than Philadelphia, Pittsburg and
Scranton, are required to place a referendum question on the ballot. The Suburban REALTORS® Alliance (SRA) is urging voters to educate themselves about ACT 1 and the important tax-shifting referendum questions. · Click here to view the referendum questions appearing on the ballot in Bucks, Chester, Delaware and
Counties· Click here to access the SRA’s “Act 1 Primer- Understanding the Question on your May Ballot”
Gov. Rendell says he is “troubled” by a recent U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ruling that exempts two Collegeville manufacturing plants from having to reduce trichloroethylene (TCE) emissions. TCE is a suspected carcinogen. The two plants, Superior Tube Co. and Accellent Inc., were documented in 2005 as having emitted the sixth- and eighth-highest amounts of TCE nationwide, respectively. The PA Department of Environmental Protection has detected TCE levels in the Collegeville area in amounts 5 to 10 times higher than the state’s average. At these amounts, cancer risk in surrounding areas can increase by as much as 1.6 people per 10,000. The state reached voluntary agreements with both companies: Accellent aims to reduce emissions by at least 30 percent as a result of equipment upgrades;
Superior is implementing technology changes that would result in a 30-60 percent reduction in TCE emissions. Critics of the voluntary agreement are pressing for a binding agreement. Click here for the full article.
Trappe and Collegeville have decided to work together to realign Route 29. The boroughs will work with Penn DOT to make the intersection of Route 29 and in Collegeville a four-way intersection. PennDOT agreed to cover half of the cost of moving pipelines below the intersection as long as the agreement was approved by April 15.
in Collegeville a four-way intersection. PennDOT agreed to cover half of the cost of moving pipelines below the intersection as long as the agreement was approved by April 15.