Wednesday, May 1, 2013
The Upper Macungie Board of Supervisors' Thursday night meeting agenda has not been released, but the board is likely to again discuss who takes over the park.
Upper Macungie Supervisors hold their monthly agenda meeting Thursday night at 7 at the township building and, although the agenda has not been released, the board is likely to again spend time mulling the fate of Green Hills Kay Brook Park. In April, supervisors postponed making a decision until members of the adjoining Kay Brook Green Hills Swim Club provided answers to some of the questions about their intentions for the 2.7-acre park. The Kay Brook Green Hills Association, the owner of the park, dissolved as of Jan. 1, and ownership of the Russett Road park is now in the legal process of being transferred from the association to the township. The swim club, which is a separate entity from the park association, is asking the township …
Tuesday, February 5, 2013
Commissioners recently voted to hire an auctioneer to distribute its assets.
Tuesday, February 5
The Berks-Lehigh Regional Police Commission, having voted to retain the services of an auctioneer, is hopeful than an auction to liquidate its remaining assets will take place in April. The Berks-Lehigh Police Department disbanded at the end of last year when Upper Macungie Township ventured on its own to form a township police department. Commissioner Sam Ashmar stated in an e-mail to Patch that the commission anticipates meeting and discussing any contract proposals from auctioneers at its next scheduled meeting. The auctioneer, once hired, will place a value on remaining items including weapons, vehicles and other police-related equipment. The Berks-Lehigh Police Commission voted unanimously to dissolve the regional police department as…
Thursday, January 31, 2013
An auctioneer will put a value on weapons, vehicles and other equipment that belonged to the now defunct Berks-Lehigh Regional Police force, as assets are divided up.
Correction: The Berks-Lehigh Police Commission has not yet hired an auctioneer. The commission has voted to retain the services of an auctioneer. The Berks-Lehigh Police Commission will continue to meet through the first quarter of this year to continue discussing issues including division of remaining assets and pension plans. The Berks-Lehigh Police Department disbanded at the end of last year when Upper Macungie Township ventured on its own to form a township police department. Last November, Maxatawny Township sued Upper Macungie concerning division of assets. However, Maxatawny solicitors later dropped the lawsuit without prejudice, according to BLPC commissioner Sam Ashmar. Ashmar said that an auctioneer has been hired by the …