Open Space Referendum
This November, Lower Moreland Township voters will be asked if preserving open space is worth a one quarter of a one percent increase in their Earned Income Tax. With the Township unable to fund the purchase of open space, the Board of Commissioners is posing this ballot question to tax payers to see if the general public has interest. The ballot question will read:
"Do you favor the imposition of an additional Earned Income Tax at the rate of .250% by Lower Moreland Township to be used for financing the acquisition of open space, recreation, park and/or historical lands; for the purpose of developing, improving, designing and maintaining such open space land?"
2016 Fall Paving Schedule
|9/27||Pepper Road and Sugarmill Road|
|9/28||Madison Road, Cinnamon Drive, Ginger Road||Pepper Road, Sugarmill Road|
|9/29||Packard Avenue||Cinnamon Drive, Madison Road, Ginger Road|
|9/30||Welsh Road||Packard Avenue|
|10/3||Rye Valley Drive, Circle Drive, Rose Lane||Welsh Road|
|10/4||Fetters Mill Road||Welsh Road|
|10/5||Allison Road, Pinney Road, Raikes Road||Fetters Mill Road, Rose Lane|
|10/6||Wheatsheaf Road||Rye Valley Drive, Circle Drive|
|10/7||Allison Road, Pinney Road, Raikes Road|
*Tentative schedule- dates may change due to weather conditions
Red Lion Road Grade Crossing Resurfacing
SEPTA will be resurfacing the Red Lion Road grade crossing beginning at 9:00 a.m. on Monday, October 3, 2016 until 7:00 p.m. on Friday, October 7, 2016. In order to facilitate construction, Red Lion Road will be closed to all vehicular traffic at the railroad crossing. Details about detours can be found here.
Update: Sketch Plan Review for 94 Byberry Road
The Lower Moreland Township Board of Commissioners will be meeting on Tuesday, September 13, 2016 in the Community Room (above the Huntingdon Valley Library) located at 625 Red Lion Road, Huntingdon Valley, PA beginning at 7:00 p.m. The following application will be reviewed:
SD 16-03: 94 Byberry Road- a sketch plan application was submitted by the Pennington Group for the development of 20 townhomes.
According to the Lower Moreland Township Code of Ordinances, the sketch plan process affords the opportunity to provide informal guidance to the applicant from staff consultants, Planning Commission and the Board of Commissioners. Plans are neither approved nor denied at this stage.
A copy of the plan is available for public inspection at the Township Administration Building during normal business hours. Stay up-to-date with the latest information on development in Lower Moreland Township by visiting http://www.lowermoreland.org/township-information/eye-on-development.
Pine Road Water Main Replacement Project
Aqua PA will be performing a water main replacement project on Pine Road between County Line Road and Pheasant Drive. The project is expected to begin on Monday, June 27th with hours of construction from 9:00 AM- 3:00 PM daily.
Zika Virus: Risk Reduction Guidance
The Pennsylvania Department of Health has released a health advisory to provide the public with current recommendations to reduce the risk of locally-transmitted Zika virus infections. Click here to read the advisory.
County Line Road PennDOT Lane Changes
In an effort to calm traffic speeds and enhance safety, PennDOT is currently in the process of modifying the traffic pattern on County Line Road between Buck Road and Bustleton Avenue. County Line Road will be reduced from four travel lanes to two travel lanes with a center turning lane.
Lower Moreland Township was informed of the new lane configuration only after the the paving project was underway. It was not a party to any prior discussion with PennDOT on that decision. After learning of the decision a few weeks back, our traffic engineers made recommendations for timing the lights and shared other concerns with PennDOT regarding turn lanes. To our knowledge, none of the recommendations have been incorporated to date and should have been done prior to, or in conjunction with, any painting of new travel lanes. Our police are working to mitigate some of the problems with the new lanes and we have made contact with PennDOT for the remaining work. Click here to view a letter sent by PennDOT to municipalities to explain their decision.
TMDL Strategy for Southampton Creek Watershed
The Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Strategy for the Southampton Creek Watershed is available for review at the Township Administration Building or can be found here.The strategy describes proposed measures to be taken to address impaired surface waters within the Township. Any comments regarding the strategy should be addressed in writing to Lower Moreland Township by April 25, 2016.
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