At the Lower Milford Township Supervisors meeting Sept. 20, Assistant Township Manager Zach Cooperman, estimated one more month of work is needed to repair reported damages caused by flooding the weekend of Aug. 11.
Snovitch voiced his satisfaction with the progress.
“Everything is on schedule, the road crew has everything under control.”
Cooperman noted the majority of the roads within the township are now safely passable.
The first official day of fall brought brisk weather to the Lower Milford Township 16th Annual Fall Festival this year. The well-attended event took place on the township grounds Sept. 22 and showcased local vendors, farms and crafts.
Along with children’s activities and live entertainment, the festival offered a silent auction, carriage rides and tractor rides. Local businesses in attendance included Hausman’s Fruit Farm, Macungie Mountain Herb Farm and Limeport Deli and Market.
Lower Milford Township supervisors came under fire from Limeport Village residents concerned with rising sewage rates at the meeting Sept. 20.
Resident Pouran Esrafily took the lead in voicing five residents’ frustrations with a recent 12 percent increase in monthly sewage costs.
The Lower Milford Township Supervisor’s meeting Aug. 16 went late into the night as administrative staff addressed pressing concerns throughout the area.
The supervisors met prior to the meeting for an executive session for litigation purposes.
Assistant Township Manager Zach Cooperman reported on the flash flooding damage which occurred over the past weekend.