Salisbury Township is seeking to hire a fire inspector to implement its recently-approved fire prevention program.
The township board of commissioners voted unanimously 5-0 at the Jan. 23 township meeting to advertise for a part-time fire inspector, to be paid approximately $17 an hour, with no benefits, and work about 20 to 25 hours per week.
The motion for the vote was made by Commissioner Robert Martucci, Jr. and seconded by Commissioner Joanne Ackerman.
Get ready for the annual oiling of the eggs.
No, it's not a Salisbury Township Recreation Commission activity.
However, it will continue to benefit recreation commission activities.
Corn oil is again expected to be applied to eggs in nests of Canada Geese in Laubach Park in eastern Salisbury Township, where the geese eradication program has been deemed a success by its biggest advocate.
Return with us to the days when newspaper editors were tyrants, entry-level journalists were treated like chattle and the ever-present sound of the newsroom was the rhythmic rat-tat-tat of manual typewriters.
That's the setting for a world-premiere musical, "Here Comes the Bride," through March 9, The Pines Dinner Theatre, 448 N. 17th St., Allentown.
"August: Osage County" is an embarrassment of (rhymes with riches).
The men in the film based on the 2008 Pulitzer Prize-winning play for drama by Tulsa, Okla., native Tracey Letts (who also wrote the film's screenplay) are deserving of equal-opportunity insults.
"August: Osage County" is a film to relish. The "August: Osage County" sauce is hot. Oscar-nominated Julia Roberts, as Barbara Weston (best supporting actor, female), and Meryl Streep, as Barbara's mother, Violet Weston (best actor, female), lay it on thick.
Bids are expected to go out in several months for an estimated $400,000 of improvements to Lindberg Park, including a new perimeter walking path.
The Salisbury Township Recreation Commission's first meeting of the new year included reorganization and a presentation on the first phase, as well as what might be in store for Lindberg Park in the second phase, of its master plan.
Joanne Conley, project manager, Urban Research & Development Corp., township consultant, detailed the first phase, which primarily includes a perimeter pathway at Lindberg.
For many film aficionados, a Coen Brothers film is an event.
"Inside Llewyn Davis" is a non event.
The film, set during a cold snowy winter in 1961, mainly in New York City's Greenwich Village nascent folk music scene, follows the career and personal train wreck that is the life of a guitar-strumming, songwriting, folksinger, Llewyn Davis (Oscar Isaac).
Planning continues for "Earth Fair," scheduled for 10 a.m. to noon April 26, Lindberg Park, Salisbury Township.
Here's the lineup for the second annual Earth Day celebration, finalized at the Jan. 15 Salisbury Township Environmental Advisory Council, which again is sponsoring the April 26 event:
10 a.m. - Lehigh County Penn State Extension Master Gardener: Composting;
10:30 a.m. - Lehigh Valley Health Network: Healthy Living;
11 a.m. - Audubon Pennsylvania: Bird Town; and
11:30 a.m. - Waste Management: Recycling
It was a substantial discussion.
As was the case at last month's Salisbury Township Planning Commission workshop, the bulk of the discussion at the Jan. 14 planners' meeting about changes to the Salisbury Township Zoning Ordinance had to do with terminology.
The words, "substantial" and "primarily," and their use in ordinance definitions, were again parsed.
Sections of zoning ordinances of Lower Milford Township and the City of Bethlehem were reproduced, distributed and read to compare the use of the word "substantial."
Irving Rosenfeld has a comb-over like you wouldn't believe.
We get to see Irving, played by Christian Bale, meticulously prepare his coif before be attends an important meeting.
That opening scene is worth the price of admission to "American Hustle."
And that's not to take away from the many hilarious, heart-rending and wild scenes in the crime caper comedy directed by David O. Russell ("Silver Linings Playbook," 2012).
Salisbury Commissioner James A. Brown was re-elected president and Commissioner Debra Brinton was elected vice president for the first time of the Salisbury Township Board of Commissioners.
Brinton succeeds Commissioner Robert Martucci, Jr., who did not attend the special Jan. 6 township reorganization meeting when commissioner-elect Brown, Commissioner- elect James Seagreaves and Tax Collector-elect Linda J. Minger were sworn in to new terms by District Judge Michael J. Pochron.