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Lower Alsace now included in Spotted Lanternfly Quarantine

Spotted Lanternfly Quarantine Expands to 21 Municipalities in Five Southeastern PA Counties
Pennsylvania received nearly $3 million from USDA to combat destructive pest

 Harrisburg, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture has added 21 municipalities in Berks, […]

Lower Alsace now included in Spotted Lanternfly Quarantine 2017-08-14T08:42:07+00:00

DEP Reminds Pool Owners to Handle Waste Water Responsibly

Harrisburg, PA – In an effort to help protect stream health and aquatic life, the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) would like to remind private and public pool owners, as well as pool management companies, how to properly close their swimming pools for the season.

Discharged pool water and waters containing chlorine or other […]

DEP Reminds Pool Owners to Handle Waste Water Responsibly 2017-09-14T18:32:39+00:00

MS4 Presentation about Storm Water Permit requirements

On Thursday August 11, 2016 at 6:30 PM Nick Johnson, PE from Great Valley Consultants will be presenting information to the Board of Township Supervisors and the Township Residents regarding the new MS4 Stormwater Regulations.   The public is encouraged to attend and ask questions.

What is MS4?

Under the 1987 Clean Water Act Amendments, the U.S. EPA […]

MS4 Presentation about Storm Water Permit requirements 2016-10-14T14:52:07+00:00

Lessons to prevent pollution – remember when it rains it drains

On August 1, 2016, the campers from the Antietam Valley Playground program were part of a discussion on preventing pollution in the community’s storm water conveyance systems.  Representatives from Lower Alsace Township, Mount Penn Borough and Mount Penn Water Authority presented this valuable lesson to these eager campers.

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Lessons to prevent pollution – remember when it rains it drains 2016-10-14T14:52:07+00:00

Please consider a Personal Firearms Record sheet for your home

From Chief Ray Serafin, Central Berks Police Department:

“A Personal Firearms Record sheet is NOT to be turned in, but rather kept in a safe place if something were to happen that a gun was stolen or lost. This information will help in the investigation, whether stolen or lost. Most […]

Please consider a Personal Firearms Record sheet for your home 2016-05-03T10:34:34+00:00