The current committee has proved itself unequal to the task of providing this event and unifying area residents. The Official website provides no particulars on finances other than announcing fundraisers.
Instead of the committee petitioning the individual council members, why not publish the contact information of the committee members. Some may have something to say.
Second year without Fireworks in Pottstown borough. Many opinions have been offered, and some sincere folks made a Power Point slideshow. Four queen contestants have worked hard to reverse this situation.
Please express your sincere wishes, and SHARE this poll. Keep the comments clean. This will serve as a testament of your commitment to your town.
The results will be posted next week, and offered to local media.
Township Police Will Assist On An ‘Explosive’ Night
SANATOGA PA – When July 4 (2014; Friday) fireworks go boom-boom-booming above the heads of thousands of area residents gathered to see them at Waltz’s Golf Farm, 303 W. Ridge Pike., Limerick, a contingent of Lower Pottsgrove police officers will be among those on hand to ensure the expectedly explosive night remains otherwise peaceful and orderly.
The township Board of Commissioners has authorized officers of its department to again assist Limerick police that night in dealing with the mass of people and vehicles that assembles around Waltz’s to celebrate Independence Day. The family-operated entertainment and sports complex sponsors a fireworks show each year, and the viewing audience has become larger as fireworks have been discontinued in other municipalities.
“It’s a large crowd with heavy traffic, and that’s where we’ll be needed,” Lower Pottsgrove Chief Michael Foltz told commissioners, in explaining he wanted to agree to the assistance request made by Limerick Chief William Albany. Board members unanimously concurred during their May 22 meeting.
Fire police volunteers from the Sanatoga and Ringing Hill companies also will render assistance, Foltz said.
Related (to the Lower Pottsgrove Board of Commissioners’ May 22 meeting):