The Cornwall Borough Council unanimously approved the 2023 budget and unanimously agreed to join the Cornwall-Lebanon Regional Comprehensive Plan at its monthly meeting Monday.
Recording engineer Shelly Yakus spoke at LVC’s VALE Media Industries Conference Nov. 19.
The North Lebanon Township Board of Supervisors unanimously voted to advertise the 2023 budget at its Nov. 21 meeting.
South Londonderry Township’s drafted 2023 budget is now available for review prior to its planned approval at the Dec. 13 meeting.
The Cornwall Borough Council advertised its drafted 2023 budget at Monday’s meeting.
The South Londonderry Township Board of Supervisors unanimously agreed to advertise the proposed 2023 budget at its meeting Wednesday, Nov. 9.
The North Lebanon Township Board of Supervisors met Monday to hear public concerns and conduct routine business.
At Monday’s Cornwall Borough Council meeting, the council updated attendees that PennDOT is planning to construct a roundabout on the intersection of Cornwall Road, Freeman Drive, and Burd Coleman Road.
At the Sept. 19 North Lebanon Township Board of Supervisors meeting, many residents of Elias Ave. and Emma Rd. came forward with traffic concerns.
After a public hearing Tuesday, the South Londonderry Township Board of Supervisors approved Ordinance 222-2022 modifying requirements for the multifamily residential zone and rezoned the Northside Crossing parcel.
Wednesday, the North Cornwall Township Zoning Hearing Board unanimously agreed to three waivers and a special exception for the planned Sheetz location at 2150 W. Cumberland St.
At Monday’s meeting, the Cornwall Borough Council unanimously agreed to Resolution 2022-10, increasing the borough’s recreation fee from $1,250 to $2,500.
The United Way of Lebanon County held a town hall Sept. 8 in Palmyra to share current information about the local ALICE population, as well as advocate for public policy assisting them.
Thursday, Seltzer’s Smokehouse Meats celebrated the opening of their new Outlet Store and Museum at 209 N. Railroad St., Palmyra.
At Monday’s meeting, the North Lebanon township Board of Supervisors unanimously approved the preliminary/final land development plan for 2203 W. Cumberland St.