Moore Township: Moore column gets new writer
My name is Bill Leiner Jr. I agreed to write the Moore Township column because I, as the writer covering Moore Township Board of Supervisors meetings for several years, find Moore Township a beautiful community and area with wonderful people.
If you want to place information or announcements in the Moore Township column, email me at email@example.com or text me at 610-751-2745.
Moore Township is seeking to hire a full-time assistant public works director and a public works municipal worker.
To apply for either position, send your resume and cover letter to township Manager Nick Steiner at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Planning any home or property renovations or subdivisions in 2023? Visit mooretownship.org and check the township’s fee schedule to properly pay the established fee for your renovation or project.
Call the township office with questions.
Emmanuel’s Lutheran Church, 3175 Valley View Drive, is collecting personal care items, such as shampoo, soap, toothpaste, deodorant and more, for Bath Area Food Bank. Canned fruit, boxed macaroni and cheese and ramen noodles are a special request.
Monetary donations are always accepted.
Contact the church office at 610-837-1741 on how to donate.
If you get up Sunday morning and see nothing but white or a sheet of ice, go to WFMZ Channel 69 and watch for Emmanuel’s Lutheran Church on the crawl at the bottom of the screen, or visit emmanuels.org to learn if Sunday services are canceled.
Moore Township is a member of First Regional Compost Authority, 6701 Weaversville Road. Residents can dispose of tree limbs, leaves, brush and more.
Visit frcaweb.org or call 610-262-1000 to learn what can be disposed of and Moore Township resident drop-off days and times.
The township emergency management coordinator advises emergencies can happen while you are traveling.
An accident or winter-related incident can cause significant delays. When traveling, keep a small kit containing drinks, snacks, flashlight and a blanket. The best way to deal with an emergency is to be prepared.
As the days lengthen, there are plans for an outstanding 2023 Moore Township Community Days.
The 2022 Community Days had record attendance.
Visit mooretownship.org to help with fundraising events or donate to the all-volunteer Moore Township Community Days committee.
Did you know Moore Township was formed in 1765 and named after a representative of the then-Provincial Assembly of 1761 and 1762, John Moore? It was proposed initially to name the township Penn.
Chapman Borough is named for William Chapman - born in 1816 on the battlefield of Waterloo. He arrived in America in 1842 and began to quarry slate around Chapman.
The borough incorporated 1865 and was the company town of Chapman Slate Quarries.