A staff member from Representative Meehan’s office will not hold office hours at the Township Administration Building on February 22, 2018. Rep. Meehan’s main office number in Springfield, PA is 610-690-7324.
Archive | February, 2018
In accordance with the Pennsylvania Supreme Court’s order requiring a new congressional redistricting plan for the May 15, 2018 primary election, below are the petition filing adjustments to the election calendar, which are applicable ONLY to the office of Representative in Congress: February 27 First day to circulate and file nomination petitions. March 20 Last day […]
The Zoning Update Task Force Meeting scheduled for Wednesday, February 21, has been postponed to April 5, 2018. The proposed Zoning amendments will be discussed at that time. Note that the recommendations of the Kennel Task Force are part of these proposed zoning amendments. The proposed amendments will be reviewed by the Planning Commission, Board of […]
The Brandywine-Christina watershed supplies drinking water to over a half million people in Delaware and Pennsylvania. This conference highlights the information from the Brandywine-Christina State of the Watershed Report and showcases projects implemented throughout the watershed. The cost is $25 per person, with a discount for students. Click here for more information. To register, visit […]
2017 was a year when, once again, the need for supplemental food support continued to grow in the Honey Brook area. Nearly 8% more children required help as larger families continued to enroll and to need assistance for longer periods of time. Despite the increased need, due to the generosity of so many, the Honey Brook […]
SAVE THE DATE: The Chester County Planning Commission (CCPC) is holding a public meeting about a plan to extend the Chester Valley Trail on Thursday, March 1 from 6:30-8:30 pm at The Point in Parkesburg PA. This is your chance to give feedback on potential routes the trail could take through Western Chester County. Please […]
The Pennsylvania State Police have issued a warning regarding scams surrounding the Olympics, including fundraising and lottery scams and e-mails sharing photos of Olympic moments which contain malware. Click here to read more.
Most farms are required by Pennsylvania law to have either a conservation plan or an agricultural erosion & sediment control plan. The Chester County Conservation District (CCCD), in conjunction with Penn State University, is offering a conservation plan writing workshop that will allow farmers to write their own plans for free. Farmers need to attend […]
The Chester County Conservation District (CCCD) invites all farmers to the 2018 Chester County Agricultural Producers’ Meeting on Wednesday, March 7, at Shady Maple in East Earl, PA from 8:30 am until noon. Keynote speaker will be Chris Strohmaier, who will discuss the history of the CCCD and how it has adapted to changes in […]
The Chester County Conservation District (CCCD) is hosting four Manure Management Workshops to help farmers develop a Chapter 91 Manure Management Plan as required by Pennsylvania Law. During each workshop, CCCD staff will discuss Manure and Nutrient Management regulations and assist attendees with development of their plans. The workshop will be held at the Honey […]