Category Archives: Announcement

Agenda Historical Commission Meeting: September 15, 2020

Historical Commission Agenda
for
Tuesday, September 15, 2020, 7:00 PM

(Zoom meeting–See ***Note below.)

1) Approval of the August 18, 2020 minutes

2) Welcome Robert Wise and Seth Hinshaw, Senior Historians from Richard Grubb & Associates., Inc. (RGA)
for an overview of work involved in the upcoming ENT Historic Resources Survey Project, possible largely because of County’s awarding of grant funding April 2020

3) HC’s reports and info from the September 9, 2020 BoS meeting

4) ORC meeting: September 2, 2020

5) Info and issues about Historic Resources

6) Fall Speakers, October 20, 2020 (Zoom)

7) Correspondence:

8) HC webpage items

9) History Society matters

10) Additional items, Comments

***NOTE:
Maureen Noonan is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Topic: ENT Historical Commission Meeting
Time: Sep 15, 2020 07:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Leash Law Reminder

A Friendly Notice to All East Nantmeal Dog Owners (and Dog Lovers): 

State law requires that owners must keep their dogs under “reasonable control” at all times.  (Section 305 of PA Dog Law).  This prevents the dogs from running at large and causing injury to themselves or others.  Street traffic and interactions with other dogs are particularly worrisome.

Dogs are personal property, and owners are responsible for damages caused by their dog.

Confining your dog to your property with a fence or attaching your dog to a leash or lead when out for a walk are reasonable and responsible means to establish the required control of your dog .

So dog owners be safe and be a good neighbor:  On your walks, keep your dog under control at all times, preferably with a leash.  This protects everyone: you, your dog and other dogs and their owners.

Household Hazardous Waste Event: Aug 29

DEP for another HHW event:

PRE-REGISTRATION IS NOW REQUIRED FOR ALL EVENTS AS PER DEP DURING THE PUBLIC HEALTH RESTRICTIONS IN THE “GREEN PHASE”

Saturday, August 29, 2020 at Oxford School District Administration Building

125 Bell Tower Road, Oxford

DEP REQUIRES  PRE-REGISTRATION TO LIMIT CAPACITY AT EVENTS (in green phase). Everyone needs to secure a time slot THROUGH REGISTRATION. Information with direct registration links are on the attached document and also on our website page:  https://www.chestercountyswa.org/117/Household-Hazardous-Waste

 

NEW HHW OXFORD EVENT PROCEDURES

2020 Virtual Town Tours and Village Walks: “Live at Five” on Thursday Evenings

Explore architecture, artistry, and personal expression in the exciting 26th annual Town Tours and Village Walks Program. This new Virtual Summer Series for 2020 has been designed to highlight our rich cultural heritage in Chester County while protecting your health and safety. Starting on July 16th, six favorite historic sites will present virtual “Live at Five” programs on Thursdays throughout July and August. Join the summer fun and sign up today, as we creatively continue our tradition of excellence with our free 2020 Virtual Town Tours and Village Walks Programs.

For more information visit the Chester County Planning page.

Household Hazardous Waste Events

DEP approved two HHW events in the near future: Both at CCIU Learning Center in Coatesville/Caln.

Aug. 1
Aug. 2

Along with the public health precautions:

Please see the NEW HHW EVENT PROCEDURES pamphlet.