East Penn Press

Sunday, June 25, 2017

UPPER MILFORD TOWNSHIP

Wednesday, June 21, 2017 by JULIA F. SWAN in Local News

Supervisors slam Kohler development plans

A revised plan for the development of the Kohler property in Upper Milford does not meet the township’s expectations, supervisors agreed at the June 15 meeting.

Solicitor Marc Fisher said the pre-development agreement which supervisors accepted in January showed 2.7 acres of recreation land in the residential development, plus 19 parking spaces for that land. The new plan, he said, has “whittled away the area of the park” to 2.1 acres.

UPPER AND LOWER MILFORD COLUMN

Thursday, June 8, 2017 by JULIA F. SWAN in Columns

It’s carnival time in Lower Milford

The Lower Milford Fire Company carnival will take place June 14 to 17. This is the company’s most important fundraiser of the year, so bring the family and enjoy a silent auction, live music, rides, games, fireworks and more.

The grounds, on Limeport Pike, will be open 6 p.m. nightly, and music and rides start 7 p.m.

Otto’s Amusements provides the Midway. This year’s bands are: Wednesday: Michael James Group; Thursday: Bootleg Express; Friday: Uncle Smiley and Saturday: Jean and American Dream.

UPPER MILFORD TOWNSHIP SUPERVISORS

Thursday, June 8, 2017 by JULIA F. SWAN in Local News

Kradjel honored for 44 years of township service

An appreciative crowd was on hand at the June 1 Upper Milford supervisors meeting, where the principal agenda item was a ceremony and reception honoring Henry Kradjel for his decades of service to the township. Kradjel has announced he is retiring from the planning commission, of which he has been a member for 44 years.

Supervisors Chairman George DeVault presented a proclamation to Kradjel which noted his years on the planning commission, as well as having served as the township zoning officer in the 1980s and a term as supervisor 2004 to 2010.

UPPER AND LOWER MILFORD COLUMN

Wednesday, May 3, 2017 by JULIA F. SWAN in Columns

Remember your mom May 14

Don’t forget Mother’s Day May 14. I consider this a Hallmark holiday, but I am nevertheless disappointed if my sons don’t at least call me.

Celebrate the season at Springfest, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. May 6 at Salem United Methodist Church, 6440 Powder Valley Road, Zionsville. Featured will be a light lunch and homemade baked goods to purchase, as well as flea market items and a variety of flowers, including hanging baskets, for sale.

This event will be held rain or shine in the enclosed pavilion. For more information, contact 610-965-6796.

UPPER MILFORD SUPERVISORS

Thursday, April 13, 2017 by JULIA F. SWAN in Local News

Wellness center plan approved

Upper Milford supervisors reluctantly gave final approval to plans for the Chestnut Street Wellness Center at the April 6 meeting. The vote was 2-1, with supervisors Chairman George DeVault opposed.

The plans for the center had been a topic of lengthy discussion at a meeting last month, with traffic at the entrance to the center a major concern.

UPPER AND LOWER MILFORD COLUMN

Thursday, April 6, 2017 by JULIA F. SWAN in Columns

Local egg hunts promise Easter fun and games

Happy Easter! Easter is late this year, April 16, so the chances of nice weather are good.

Check your church’s listing in this newspaper for the schedule of Easter services.

If you have young children or grandchildren, bring them to one of several Easter egg hunts scheduled locally.

Salem Bible Church will hold a community Easter egg hunt 2 p.m. April 9 at the church, 8031 Salem Bible Church Road, Upper Milford Township. The event is for 1- to 10-year-olds and will feature more than 5,000 eggs and prizes. The rain date is April 15.

UMT SUPERVISORS

Tuesday, March 21, 2017 by JULIA F. SWAN in Local News

Wellness center plans approved

Discussion of the proposed Chestnut Street Wellness Center plan dominated the March 16 Upper Milford Township supervisors’ meeting. The center is being proposed by Pro-Cere Constructors LLC on the site of the former Blue Butterfly Tea Room and gift shop.

The plans are to remove the tea room building and add on to the existing gift shop building. The center would be occupied by two physicians. The main concern of both supervisors and the township planning commission in its recommendations is the location of the entrance to the center.