The Salisbury Township Police Department has its share of vehicle crashes to investigate, especially in the portion of Interstate 78 that traverses Summit Lawn on South Mountain and where the busy interstate crosses Lehigh Street and Cedar Crest Boulevard in the township.
Crashes also occur in the casino corridor, which includes East Susquehanna Street, Emmaus Avenue and Seidersville Road.
With an agreement approved by a 4-0 vote, with one commissioner absent at the July 11 meeting, the Salisbury police force will be able to utilize a new resource for crash investigations.
The Salisbury Recreation Advisory Committee met July 15 and discussed the Community Day event activities.
The committee held the event 5-8 p.m. July 16 at Salisbury Middle School.
The discussion centered on wrapping up the last minute details.
Salisbury Township Commissioner Debra Brinton was in attendance and discussed what she had been doing to prepare for the event.
Recreation Director Genny Baillie noted nine out of the 18 playground program counselors would be working at the event.
Western Salisbury firefighter Nicholas Fisher recently completed a long, circuitous path to earn his national certification to become a physician assistant. And, at age 27, Fisher says he’s in exactly the right place in his life.
Sometimes things get a little blurry when looking at the roster of the Western Salisbury Fire Department.
Some see a medical unit that also fights fires – while some see a fire unit that also runs medical calls.
On the roster are the chief’s designation as an emergency medical responder, 10 emergency medical technicians and two professional paramedics.
Upper Milford Historical Society’s annual covered dish picnic 6 p.m. at the Upper Milford Township Building, Old Zionsville. There is no formal meeting. For more information, call 610-966-4376.
Music by “New Passages” Randy and Margaret Ritter 2-4 p.m. at the Lower Macungie Township Pool.
Jaindl Properties LLC will lease the first floor of the Hamilton Financial Center building, 640 Hamilton St., Allentown. Lehigh County Commissioners gave first reading approval for the lease deal at its July 10 meeting.
The vote was passed 8–0; Commissioner Brad Osborne was absent from the meeting.