Date February 29, 2016
Open House 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Wagontown Banquet Hall
412 West Kings Highway
Wagontown, PA 19376
Share your ideas about future land use and transportation improvements along the Route 30 Corridor
About the Study
The Route 30 Multimodal Transportation Study is a coordinated land use and transportation plan for the Route 30 Corridor in Western Chester County.
Study Area & Sponsor Municipalities
- Caln Township
- City of Coatesville
- Sadsbury Township
- Valley Township
- West Caln Township
- West Sadsbury Township
For More Information
In case of inclement weather, please check the Coatesville School District’s closing announcement. If school is canceled on February 29, the meeting will be postponed to March 1, at the same time and location. www.casdschools.org
This meeting is accessible to persons with disabilities. If you require special accommodations, or additional information, contact: Natasha Manbeck, Project Manager with McMahon Associates, Inc., (610) 594-9995
Route 30 Multimodal 160229 Meeting Flyer
Planting trees along our local streams and creeks can offer significant benefits that improve water quality,
reduce the risk of flooding and erosion, provide valuable habitat for wildlife, and support recreational opportunities.
Tree planting events also help foster a strong community commitment and connection to the land. If you know of municipal
lands or property protected by a conservation easement that may benefit from streamside tree plantings,
Brandywine Conservancy has the trees, expertise, and a strong volunteer community to facilitate tree plantings in our area.
For more information, please contact Rob Daniels at 610-388-8124 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
2016 Trees Available
Keystone Valley Regional Fire District (KVRFD) is seeking the services of a qualified Vendor to provide a study of current emergency service delivery and deployment, as well as strategic planning options for 5, 10 and 15 year goals and objectives.
Interested firms can obtain request for proposal documents; including RFP cover letter, RFP technical and contractual specifications, and Scope of Work, beginning Monday January 25, 2016.
Contact Raymond Stackhouse, Fire District Administrator at email@example.com for a copy of the RFP documents.
Manure Management Workshops 2016
for Owners/Operators of Small Livestock Operations and Equine Farms
Pennsylvania Law requires any operation that generates or land applies manure to complete and implement a Manure Management Plan.
Come Join the Chester County Conservation District
at any of the following dates/locations to:
- Familiarize yourself with Chapter 91, Pennsylvania’s Manure Management Regulations.
- Learn how to identify and address resource concerns regarding manure
- Receive assistance to develop and complete a Manure Management Plan for your operation.
|February 17, 2016
Lower Oxford Township Building
220 Township Road
Oxford, PA 19363
9:00 am – 3:00 pm
||March 9, 2016
West Vincent Township Building
729 Saint Matthews Road
Chester Springs, PA 19425
9:00 am – 3:00 pm
|February 24, 2016
Honey Brook Township Building
500 Suplee Road
Honey Brook, PA 19344
9:00 am – 3:00 pm
||March 23, 2016
West Sadsbury Township Building
6400 N. Moscow Road
Parkesburg, PA 19365
9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Light snacks and refreshments will be provided in the morning. Lunch will be provided to all participants who stay to work on a Manure Management Plan.
(610) 925-4920 ext. 120
- Please provide your name, number attending, and a contact tele-phone number (for notification in case of inclement weather cancellation.
- Hand-drawn or computer generated maps of your operation are essential in developing a plan. If needed, contact Benjamin Drover at 610-925-4920 ext. 120 to get help with maps; you can also visit https://www.paonestop.org to access an online tool to develop your own computer generated maps. Be sure to bring your map(s) to the workshop!
Download flyer for Manure Management Workshops 2016
Aircraft Noise Reporting
Sikorsky Aircraft – Coatesville
TO REPORT AIRCRAFT (HELICOPTER)
RELATED NOISE OR CONCERNS, PLEASE
CONTACT SIKORSKY PLANT SECURITY
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Sadsbury Township, Chester County has made application to PADEP for a National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System (MS4) General Permit for Stormwater Discharges from small MS4s. The Notice of Intent (NOI) contains the Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Strategy for the Christina Watershed, which describes proposed measures to be taken to address impaired surface waters within the designated Urbanized Area for the Township. Inasmuch as there were no impaired streams listed on the PADEP Section 303(d) lists for either sediments or nutrients in the 2006 TMDL Report for the Christina River Basin, the Township is not proposing to implement any physical BMP control measures for this permit cycle. The Township will continue to promote Public Education and Public Participation towards the improvement of water quality. The NOI is available for public review at the Township Building located at 2920 Lincoln Highway, Sadsburyville, PA 19369. Written comments from the public will be accepted for a period of 30 days from the date
of this public notice. The Strategy will also be presented during the regularly scheduled Board of Supervisors meeting on Tuesday December 1, 2015 at 7 p.m. at the Township Building at which time verbal or written comments from any interested member of the public will also be accepted.
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The Sadsbury Township Business Office Will Be Closed on Friday, July 3, 2015 In observance of the Independence Day Holiday.
The Administrative Office Will Re-Open For Regular Business Hours On Monday Morning at 8:00 AM.
PLEASE NOTE: Eagle Disposal has confirmed that trash and recycling collection will take place on the regular schedule. Trash/Recycling Pick-Up Will Be Friday, July 3rd.
Please be advised that Fidelity Contracting will be closing Valley Road / SR372 (between Newport Ave. and Eastern Ave.) for the purpose of replacing two (2) sanitary sewer manholes.
The work is expected to begin on Monday, July 20th and be completed by Friday, July 24th.
The closure will be full-time / 24 hour, and will include a detour which is approved and authorized by PennDOT.
While the manhole construction is underway, we will also commence with pavement restoration from the sanitary sewer pipeline installed this past winter. Pavement repairs will also begin July 13th, and will proceed in this sequence:
1.) Valley Road (from Strasburg Road to Old Wilmington Road), southbound lane (while detour is in place).
2.) Valley Road (Old Wilmington Road to Newport Ave.), westbound lane (while detour is in place).
3.) Valley Road (Buck Run Bridge to Old Stottsville Road) eastbound lane. No detour; through-traffic will be flagged.
4.) Old Stottsville Road (Strasburg Road to Boro Line Road), fill-width paving; Single-day road closure.
Information signs will be placed in Pomeroy next week for advance notice to motorists and local residents.
Contact information for the project is as follows:
Fidelity Contracting, LLC