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Written by Mary Gibbs Kershner Correspondent
November 27, 2014

                After some heated discussion between officials in their respective boroughs, the Upper Perkiomen Police Commission approved a 2015 budget and police chief's contract Monday night.

The budget for 2015 totals $1,284,188.  Pennsburg's portion of the budget will be $706,303.40. East Greenville's contribution will be $577,884.60.  The new budget sees an increase of approximately $95,237 over last year's budget of $1,188,951.

                Last month, the Upper Perk Police Commission declined to ...



November 27, 2014

East Greenville Mayor Ryan Sloyer's prepared remarks that he requested to read at Monday night's meeting of the Upper Perk Police Commission.

 

            I thought about preparing a rebuttal for the remarks Mayor Lightcap made in the paper last week, but why should I reduce myself to her level.  I decided to provide the facts and documentation to support my decision and East Greenville council member's decision to vote "No" for the Chief's contract.  The residents of ...



Written by Kelly Kalb Correspondent
November 27, 2014

                Officials in Quakertown said they have several high-dollar projects pegged for 2015 but have no plans to raise taxes.

                At a Monday night work session, the borough discussed their proposed $27.5 million budget.  It reflects several projects, including the replacement of all borough electric meters with a pricetag of approximately $830,000. The replacement will be done throughout Quakertown and will provide automated features for easier and more accurate use....



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