Alburtis Area 55+ seniors meet noon at Alburtis Rod and Gun Club for a pot luck luncheon (hot dogs provided) plus bingo. Many bus trips are also scheduled. For more information, call 610-966-4996.
Salisbury Township residents are being notified their residential water meters are to be replaced.
“They [township homeowners] need to schedule appointments,” Salisbury Township Director of Public Works John Andreas said in his report at the Aug. 10 board of commissioners meeting.
InLine Services, inc., of Flemington, N.J., is to handle appointments and undertake the work for the estimated three-month project.
“They [InLine employees] will have identification,” Andreas said.
Appointments may be made online or by phone.
Several dozen law enforcement officers from communities throughout Lehigh County gathered at a Lehigh County DUI Task Force command trailer late on the evening of Aug. 4 along Broadway, for a combination citizen education and drunk driving enforcement detail that coincides every year with the first night of Musikfest activities in Bethlehem.
The message was simple. Enjoy the festival. Have fun. But don’t get behind the wheel if you are impaired.
With the impending new food service management team coming to the Salisbury School District at the beginning of the school year, Southwest Foodservice Excellence Chef Dustin Seymour attended the Aug. 7 operations meeting to speak to members of the board and address any concerns.
Salisbury Fire Co. #1 Ladies Auxiliary Matey’s American Pie Co. Gourmet Frozen Pizza sale through Aug. 24. Pizzas will be delivered Aug. 31. Pickup up will be at the club after 7 p.m. To place an order or for questions, call Juli’ at 484-264-8010 or email SFC1LadiesAuxiliary@yahoo.com.
A plan for a house proposed to be built along Chestnut Hill Road in a westernmost area of Salisbury Township near Emmaus has been tabled by the township zoning hearing board.
The zoners’ 5-0 vote moved the proposal to the next zoning board hearing, 7 p.m. Sept. 5 in the township municipal building, 2900 S. Pike Ave.
“I would like to suggest you continue it until next month,” zoning board member Ronald Evans said.
Evans moved to table the plan, seconded by zoning hearing board member Edward Hare.