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North Whitehall Township supervisors heard more testimony Monday night on how well the Lehigh County Authority would manage a new sewage treatment plant -- and if it's needed.
Government, The Neighborhood Files
South Whitehall commissioners updated the township's plumbing and building codes but will still require plumbers to be licensed to do work.
Devon Circle residents asked for an update on the plan at last week's commissioners' meeting.
Government, Volunteers in the News, Business, The Neighborhood Files
Construction of the new Cetronia Ambulance Joint Operations, Regional EMS Education Center and Lehigh County Medico-Legal Forensics Center is expected to get under way in August.
Commissioners ask township planners to vet proposed ordinance change that would allow for chickens as pets.
Alan Jennings said the need for shelters is increasing in the current economic climate.
Government, Business, The Neighborhood Files
Dinosaurs will take up residence in 2012.
Officials remember those tho died in terrorist attacks and praise those who put themselves in harm's way to protect communities.
South Whitehall Zoners deny 8-year-old Kernsville student's request to keep chickens as pets.
The new play lot is expected to be in place next year.
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