Category Archives: Announcement

Historical Commission Speakers: April 16 and May 22

Mark you calendars for two upcoming events in the East Nantmeal Historical Commission Speaker Program in the Township Building

The Buried Warwick Cannon Legend
By Dan Graham
April 16, 2019 at 7PM

Findings from PA Turnpike Commission Study of Hedge Road
May 22, 2019 at7 PM

 

For more information see East Nantmeal Historical Commission Programs Spring 2019

 

2019 Hazardous Waste Events

2019 CHESTER COUNTY HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE EVENTS

www.chestercountyswa.org
RESIDENTIAL ONLY  BUSINESSES AND CONTRACTORS WILL BE TURNED AWAY
NO ELECTRONICS WILL BE ACCEPTED
ALL EVENTS START AT 9:00 AM AND CLOSE AT 3:00 PM SHARP

SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 2019 CENTER for ARTS &TECHNOLOGY Pickering Campus (Technical College High School)
1580 Charlestown Road, Phoenixville, PA 19460

SATURDAY, APRIL 27, 2019 OCTORARA HIGH SCHOOL
(Proof of Residency May Be Required) 226 Highland Road, Atglen, PA 19310

SATURDAY, MAY 18, 2019 OWEN J. ROBERTS MIDDLE SCHOOL
881 Ridge Road, Pottstown, PA 19465

FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 2019 COATESVILLE LEARNING CENTER
1635 East Lincoln Highway, Coatesville, PA 19320
(Stone wall entrance-Veteran’s Drive-Same entrance as CAT Brandywine – Route 30 across from Dairy Queen)

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 2019 OXFORD SCHOOL DISTRICT ADMINISTRATIVE BLDG.
(Proof of Residency May Be Required) 125 Bell Tower Lane, Oxford, PA 19363

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2019 GOVERNMENT SERVICES CENTER
601 Westtown Road, West Chester, PA 19380

Maximum Amount Accepted – 25 Gallons or 220 Lbs. / No Metal Drums

No Freon Appliances

PLEASE TAKE YOUR CARDBOARD BOXES HOME TO RECYCLE AT THE CURB OR LOCAL D

Annual Township Cleanup Day: April 13, 2019

East Nantmeal Township Cleanup Day
April 13, 2019, 9:00 AM

Supplies will be available at the township building at least the week before and coffee and donuts Saturday morning at 9 to 10  We are asking people to survey the trash they pick in order to determine its origin, WaWa, McDonalds , Coke, Heineken etc.

EAC Speaker on Recycling: April 8, 2019

The East Nantmeal Township EAC will host Nancy Fromnick of the Chester County Solid Waste Authority.

Recycling: myths, how and what to recycle
What actually happens to stuff you recycle in Chester County.

Monday, April 8, 2019
7:00 PM

Nancy will  have some give-aways for the audience.

REAL ID is coming

PennDOT Reminder: Customers Can Join 140,000 Who Pre-Verified for REAL ID
Customers who pre-verify can apply for REAL ID online

Harrisburg, PA – The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is reminding customers that they can join more than 140,000 Pennsylvanians who have pre-verified for REAL ID online and at driver license centers statewide. Customers who bring in the required REAL ID documentation to any PennDOT Driver License Center may apply for REAL ID online once REAL IDs are available in March and receive their REAL ID driver’s license or photo ID card in the mail.

Because PennDOT may already have electronic documents on file for approximately 35 percent of its total customers, individuals who received their first PA driver’s license or ID card after September 2003, these customers have had the option to apply for REAL ID pre-verification online since March of 2018.

Most of PennDOT’s customers, however, received their initial product BEFORE September 2003, so PennDOT does not have their required REAL ID documents on file. Customers in this group who want a REAL ID will need to bring the required documents to a Driver’s License Center so they can be verified in person.

These customers may bring the required documents to any PennDOT driver license center. Federal regulations require that to be issued a REAL ID-compliant product, PennDOT must verify original versions or certified copies of the following documents:

  • Proof of Identity (Original or certified copy of a birth certificate with a raised seal or valid U.S. Passport)
  • Proof of Social Security Number (Social security card)
  • Two Proofs of Current, Physical PA Address (Current, unexpired PA license or ID, current vehicle registration, auto insurance card, utility bill, etc.)
  • Proof of all Legal Name Changes, if current full legal name is different than what’s reflected on the proof of identity document (Certified marriage certificate or court order issued by your county’s family court)

PennDOT staff will image the documents to the customer’s record, and when REAL IDs are available in March 2019, the customer can opt into the REAL ID program online, and their REAL ID product will be sent through the mail, eliminating any need for this customer to visit a Driver License Center.

 

To obtain a REAL ID, customers will pay a one-time fee of $30, plus a renewal fee (current renewal fee is $30.50 for a four-year non-commercial driver’s license or a photo ID). The expiration date of their initial REAL ID product will include any time remaining on their existing non-REAL ID product, plus an additional four years, unless the customer is over 65 and has a two-year license. This expiration date structure means that the customer won’t “lose” time that they’ve already paid for. After the initial REAL ID product expires, the customer will pay no additional fee, beyond regular renewal fees, to renew a REAL ID product.

When REAL IDs are available, customers will have three options for obtaining a REAL ID product: pre-verified customers may order their REAL ID online; they can visit a PennDOT Driver’s License Center, have their documents verified and imaged, pay the one-time fee, and their REAL ID product will be mailed to them within 15 business days; or they can visit one of up to 13 REAL ID Centers and receive their REAL ID product over-the-counter at the time of service.

PennDOT is in the process of retrofitting six of its existing driver’s license centers to allow for over-the-counter issuance of REAL ID (Williamsport, Wilkes-Barre, Rockview in Centre County, Erie, Altoona, and South 70th Street in Philadelphia) and adding five new locations in the following regions: Pittsburgh, King of Prussia, Allentown, Harrisburg, and Lancaster. These new locations will be open by March.

REAL ID is optional for Pennsylvania residents. A federally-accepted form of identification (whether it’s the forthcoming Pennsylvania REAL ID driver’s license or ID card, a U.S. Passport/Passport Card, a military ID, etc.) must be used as identification to board a commercial flight or visit a secure federal building on and after October 1, 2020.There is no requirement that any resident obtain a REAL ID and PennDOT will continue to offer standard-issue driver’s licenses and photo IDs.

REAL ID-compliant products are marked with a gold star in the upper right corner, standard-issue (non-compliant) products include the phrase “Not for REAL ID Purposes,” per federal regulations. Sample images can be viewed on PennDOT’s website.

More information about REAL ID in Pennsylvania, including frequently asked questions and information on documents required for REAL ID, can be found at www.penndot.gov/REALID.

MEDIA CONTACT: Alexis Campbell, 717-787-0485