Agenda: July 8, 2020 Board of Supervisors Meeting

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and to protect the health, safety and welfare of the citizens and taxpayers of East Nantmeal Township,  the Board of Supervisors of East Nantmeal Township will hold their July 8, 2020 public meeting at 7 p.m. via teleconferencing. No person other than Township officials will be admitted to the Township Building or Meeting Room for this meeting.

Please see the Agenda July 8, 2020

Any comments or questions by the public may be  emailed by 3 p.m. on July 2, 2020 to Township Secretary/Treasurer Kathleen Brumfield at eastnant@ptd.net.  The public and interested persons may attend the meeting by teleconference by calling 1-877-746-4263.  When prompted, input 0249124# to be admitted to the teleconference meeting.

 

Agenda: June 10, 2020 Boardof Supervisors Meeting

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and to protect the health, safety and welfare of the citizens and taxpayers of East Nantmeal Township,  the Board of Supervisors of East Nantmeal Township will hold their June 10, 2020 public meeting at 7 p.m. via teleconferencing. No person other than Township officials will be admitted to the Township Building or Meeting Room for this meeting.

Please see the Agenda June 10, 2020

Any comments or questions by the public may be  emailed by 3 p.m. on May 13, 2020 to Township Secretary/Treasurer Kathleen Brumfield at eastnant@ptd.net.  The public and interested persons may attend the meeting by teleconference by calling 1-877-746-4263.  When prompted, input 0249124# to be admitted to the teleconference meeting.

 

CANCELED: Household Hazardous Waste Event for June 19

Chester County’s Household Hazardous Waste event, scheduled for June 19 in Coatesville at the CCIU Learning Center, has been cancelled due to the Governor’s orders regarding Covid-19 restrictions.  Residents should keep their unwanted household hazardous waste (such as oil paint, pesticides, pool chemicals, antifreeze, rechargeable batteries and other substances) until another event is announced.  Check the Chester County Solid Waste Authority website https://www.chestercountyswa.org/  for updates and information.

During this time of changing behaviors, it can also be an opportune time to examine behaviors that help us reduce hazardous waste.  There is a wealth of information on the Internet. For example:

  • Is there a less harmful substitute I can use? (Cinnamon, garlic, hot peppers may work as pesticides)
  • Can I purchase a smaller quantity? (Maybe 8 oz. will do for the area I am covering. Maybe the product comes in a concentrated form so I use less.)
  • Can I use it up or give it to someone who can? (“Like new” cleaning products may be accepted by local animal shelters or non-profit agencies.)
  • Can I collaborate with neighbors or family members to use it up? (Co-purchasing is sharing.)

Fire Company Volunteers Needed

With the county COVID-19 lockdown soon coming to any end, our organization is working with your local fire company and the county on a campaign aimed at recruiting residents to become new volunteer firefighters via our website HelpFightFire.com.

We suspect that when the county leaves the Red Zone, people will be eager to volunteer in their communities. Therefore we have created both a short video and an ad (as both a jpeg and a PDF). We are you can share them with your residents in the ways we are suggesting below:

To help with this effort, we’ve attached to this email the following items that we would like you to share to help raise awareness of the need for volunteers:

All volunteer inquiries coming from your municipality will be provided directly to your local fire chief through HelpFightFire.com.

We hope you will share this information with the members of your community and encourage them to volunteer their time. Also, please let us know if there are other opportunities through your municipality to get our message out.

Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact me anytime at nicole@comsolutionsgroup.com or call 215-884-6499.

Thank you for your time. Stay safe and healthy!

Sincerely,

Nicole Modrell
Chester County Fire Chiefs Association
Recruitment Campaign Coordinator

Agenda: May 13, 2020, Board of Supervisors Meeting

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and to protect the health, safety and welfare of the citizens and taxpayers of East Nantmeal Township,  the Board of Supervisors of East Nantmeal Township will hold their May 13, 2020 public meeting at 7 p.m. via teleconferencing. No person other than Township officials will be admitted to the Township Building or Meeting Room for this meeting.

Please see the Agenda May 13, 2020

Any comments or questions by the public may be  emailed by 3 p.m. on May 13, 2020 to Township Secretary/Treasurer Kathleen Brumfield at eastnant@ptd.net.  The public and interested persons may attend the meeting by teleconference by calling 1-877-746-4263.  When prompted, input 0249124# to be admitted to the teleconference meeting.

 

Kathleen Brumfield

Township Secretary/Treasurer

CANCELED: May 9 Household Hazardous Waste Event

The third Chester County Household Hazardous Waste Event, scheduled for May 9th in Pottstown at Owen J. Roberts Middle School, as been cancelled due to the Covid-19 restrictions and Governor Wolf’s orders to keep schools closed. The public is encouraged to keep their unwanted household hazardous waste (such as oil paint, pesticides, pool chemicals, antifreeze rechargeable batteries and other substances) until another event is announced.

Check the Chester County Solid Waste Authority website https://www.chestercountyswa.org for more information.

COVID-19 Cases

As of this posting there is one case of COVID-19 reported in East Nantmeal Township.

The Chester County Health Department publishes information about COVID-19, including this interactive map. Visit the map and the Health Department website for up to date information.

Please do not ask Township officials for any additional information regarding infected individuals, as that would violate HIPPA Rules. Furthermore, the Chester County Health department has only disclosed counts of COVID-19 cases.