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  1. Pottsgrove Board Members Debut In Starring RolesRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | The Sanatoga Post

    Although it's been available on YouTube since Monday , the first video recording of a Pottsgrove Board of School Directors' public meeting will be officially broadcast tonight at 6:30 p.m. on Comcast educational access Channel 22 of the Pottstown Community Television Network , according to the PCTV program schedule. A second airing on the same channel is scheduled for Sunday at 6 p.m., the district website reported.

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  2. Wednesday's Headlines In The Sanatoga PostRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | The Sanatoga Post

    Pottsgrove Board Members Debut In Starring Roles With Video . There's no promise of drama, or hint of superhero action yet.

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  3. Tuesday's Headlines In The Sanatoga PostRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Sanatoga Post

    For Township Police, It's Like Day Even At Night To enhance officer safety and add luminance where it's needed, such as at crime or accident scenes, some Lower Pottsgrove police vehicles are being outfitted with new lighting packages. Pottsgrove Falcons Plan A Visit To Youth Teams With Video .

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  4. Pottsgrove Falcons Plan A Visit To Youth TeamsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The Sanatoga Post

    The big guys, Pottsgrove High School players who many members of Pottsgrove Youth Football teams aspire to be like, are due to visit their younger brethren Wednesday at 6:15 p.m. on the fields behind Lower Pottsgrove Elementary School on Buchert Road. Make no mistake, the pending arrival of football idols who are members of The Falcons is a big deal for the youngsters who are learning the fundamentals of the game, thanks to the youth group's volunteer coaches and parents.

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  5. New Citations Expected Against Citgo Land OwnersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 15 | The Sanatoga Post

    More legal troubles lie ahead for owners of the abandoned Citgo gas station and convenience store property at the intersection of Mervine and North Charlotte Streets in Lower Pottsgrove, Solicitor Robert Brant has confirmed, in renewed efforts to act against visual blight on the corner that the Board of Commissioners calls the township's northern gateway. Brant earlier this month said he is "looking at potential township ordinance violations" to be filed against Pottstown Land Corp. , which according to Montgomery County property records has owned the 17,600-square-foot parcel at 1258 N. Charlotte since March 1988.

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  6. Monday's Headlines In The Sanatoga PostRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 15 | The Sanatoga Post

    New Citations Expected Against Citgo Land Owners Owners of the long-abandoned Citgo gas station at Mervine and North Charlotte streets in Lower Pottsgrove may receive additional citations this month concerning the state of the property. Asphalt Paves Pottsgrove Route For First Responders Paving is complete for an emergency access route between Pottsgrove Middle School and the Coddington View housing community to its west.

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  7. Asphalt Paves Pottsgrove Route For First RespondersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 15 | The Sanatoga Post

    An emergency access roadway that was approved last month by the Pottsgrove Board of School Directors between Pottsgrove Middle School and the adjacent Coddington View housing community in Upper Pottsgrove Township is now paved and ready for use. Those attending the board's meeting last Tuesday at the middle school saw the new ramp as they entered the school parking lot.

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  8. Saturday's Headlines In The Sanatoga PostRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 13 | The Sanatoga Post

    Electric Utility Serving Township Wins Awards Metropolitan Edison, which serves some residents of Lower Pottsgrove and nine other local municipalities, has won two safety awards from a trade association. In Limerick, Patriot's Day Retirement For Old Glory With reverence, care and formality, several Boy and Girl scout units in Limerick Township joined Thursday to honor the American flag in a Patriot's Day retirement ceremony at St. James UCC.

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  9. Pottsgrove Personnel Decisions Affect 28 PositionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 12 | The Sanatoga Post

    Personnel decisions and other Pottsgrove School District employment matters recommended by Superintendent Shellie Feola were unanimously accepted Tuesday by the Board of School Directors, affecting 28 positions. They include: The earlier announced hiring of Dr. Maura Roberts of the Reading School District, to serve as director of pupil services succeeding Ann Myers, who retired, was unanimously authorized by directors.

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  10. Friday's Headlines In The Sanatoga PostRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 12 | The Sanatoga Post

    Pottsgrove Knows 2015 Magic Tax Number: 2.6 Percent School district Business Administrator David Nester on Tuesday delivered his first news of the coming budget season by calculating how much Pottsgrove might be able to raise taxes next year. Pottsgrove Personnel Decisions Affect 28 Positions Pottsgrove school board personnel votes Tuesday covered an administrative appointment, three professional staff actions, five support staff actions, and 20 other authorizations.

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  11. 'Grove Knows 2015-16 Magic Tax Number: 2.6 PercentRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 12 | The Sanatoga Post

    It will be several months yet before the Pottsgrove School District throws an intense effort into preparing another annual budget, but Business Administrator David Nester already knows its revenue-related "magic tax number." That's what Nester calculates will be Pottsgrove's so-called "Act 1" adjusted base index for the 2015-2016 budget year, or the maximum amount the Board Of School Directors can increase property taxes without claiming any available special exceptions or having to seek voter approval in a referendum.

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  12. Civil Service Board To Review Promotions List, HiringRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 11 | The Sanatoga Post

    Job promotions and new hires will be on the brief agenda of the Lower Pottsgrove Civil Service Commission when it meets Sept. 17 at 5:30 p.m. in the municipal building at 2199 Buchert Rd. Only a half-hour seems to be allotted for its business, at which the township police force may be a primary focus.

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  13. Thursday's Headlines In The Sanatoga PostRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 11 | The Sanatoga Post

    Surprise! Pottsgrove's Delayed Reimbursements Ahead Money the Pottsgrove School District might have thought it would never see, $350,000 in state reimbursements for construction of Ringing Rocks Elementary, may roll in soon. Pole Barn Proposal Attracts Commissioners' Notice Lower Pottsgrove's manager has been asked by township commissioners to appear at a Sept.

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  14. Surprise! Pottsgrove's Delayed Reimbursements AheadRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 10 | The Sanatoga Post

    In what might be considered an anticipated but much-delayed windfall, the Pottsgrove School District now hopes to see as much as $350,000 in revenue "rolling through its books" in coming weeks, Nester, its business administrator, said Tuesday . That's because the Pennsylvania Department of Education has agreed to begin making payments on its earlier promise to reimburse the district for a portion of the costs it incurred to re-build and expand Ringing Rocks Elementary School, it told Nester in a recently received letter.

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  15. Pottsgrove's 'The Achiever' Will Still Arrive In MailRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 10 | The Sanatoga Post

    Mailboxes at the homes and businesses of Pottsgrove School District residents will be filled three times this academic year by its colorful publication, The Achiever, in an attempt to inform an audience that the administration and Board of School Directors fears isn't being reached by the Internet, e-mail, cell phone alerts, or any other means. Board members several months ago discussed the prospect of discontinuing quarterly distribution of The Achiever, and saving its average $11,000-per-issue cost of production, printing and mailing.

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  16. Wednesday's Headlines In The Sanatoga PostRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 10 | The Sanatoga Post

    Pottsgrove's 'The Achiever' Will Still Arrive In Mail But the school district's news publication to taxpayers will be issued three times a year, not four. One edition will comprise an annual report.

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  17. Lights! Camera! Pottsgrove Board Caught In a ActionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 10 | The Sanatoga Post

    With the start of the academic year in September, a somewhat divided Pottsgrove Board of School Directors pledged four months ago its meetings would be videotaped and broadcast for public viewing on the Borough of Pottstown's publicly available television outlet, The PCTV Network . Right on cue Tuesday night , PCTV's Gus Tellis arrived at Pottsgrove Middle School on North Hanover Street with his camera, headphones and all the necessary gear to make the school board's first recording for posterity.

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  18. Pottsgrove Students Gain Seat At Board's TableRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 10 | The Sanatoga Post

    Pottsgrove High School Senior Chloe Klaus, flanked by Assistant Superintendent Dr. Bill Shirk, made her debut Tuesday night as the first student representative to the district Board of School Directors. Klaus is an honors student active in the school's Spark The Wave organization, and also plays on its tennis team.

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  19. George To Lead Montgomery County Intermediate UnitRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 9 | The Sanatoga Post

    Directors of the Montgomery County Intermediate Unit, which provides a variety of services to the Pottsgrove, Pottstown, and Spring-Ford Area school districts, on Monday announced it selected Dr. John J. George as the unit's new executive director, effective Oct. 20. George, who since 2008 has served as executive director of the similar Berks County Intermediate Unit, succeeds Dr. Jerry Shiveley as MCIU chief. Shiveley retired in June .

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  20. Tuesday's Headlines In The Sanatoga PostRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 9 | The Sanatoga Post

    Exelon $10K Benefits Township Emergency Team Lower Pottsgrove Township's Emergency Management Services team received a $10,000 donation Friday from Exelon Nuclear's Limerick Generating Station. Where Did $541,160 Go In July? Check The Warrant Of the more than $3.35 million spent on Lower Pottsgrove township operations during the first seven months of 2014, about $541,000 was paid out during July.

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