Regional Roundup: District Disputes Reports Of Being Over Budget
Rash of vehicle vandalism reported and a borough considers a weight limit on trash.
Here are some highlights from around our region.
Centennial: We're Not Over Budget on High School: The board approved more than $167,000 in change orders and promised documentation showing the district is under budget on its construction plans, contrary to a Patch report.
Hatboro Considers Weight Limit for Trash: Borough council will consider voting at its Feb. 27 meeting to enforce a 50-gallon limit for cans and a trash limit of 60 pounds per container.
Cops: Dog Bites Woman: Lower Moreland police also reported an assault at a bank.
Police: Rash of Vehicle Vandalism in Croydon: Bristol Township police also reported several thefts.
Central Bucks Appeals 44 Assesments: With the school district struggling for local revenue, under-assessed properties - many of them in Doylestown - will be targeted for review.
Meeting on Development Project Postponed Again: A conditional use hearing for the Stocking Works II proposal, now known as Steeple View, has been postponed from later this month until March 29.
Middle School Wrestlers Finish Perfect Season: Four of six wrestlers took home gold medals in the middle school's championship,
Neshaminy Receives Donations: According to the superintendent, the money will not be used to bridge a $12 million budget gap. Meanwhile, the teachers and school board are involved in non-binding arbitration.
Visitors Center Hosts Annual Bridal Show: Visit Bucks County’s event will include vendors, giveaways and the official announcement of the winner of the Greatest Groom contest.