Tuesday, May 6, 2014

Spadt Leaves, Vlahos May Replace Him, Pottsgrove High School Project Approved, All In a Night's Work

Photo by Evan Brandt

Lower Pottsgrove Commissioners Chairman Bruce Foltz, right, reads from a plaque of appreciation outlining the 13 years of service by Commissioners Jonathan Spadt, whose resignation was unanimously accepted by the board Monday night.

The Lower Pottsgrove Board of Commissioners accepted the resignation of Jonathan Spadt Monday night after 13 years of service, and hopes to replace him with James Vlahos, a former area Republican leader and former member of Pottstown Borough Council.

At the same meeting, the potential dispute over how much the township would charge the Pottsgrove School District in fees for its $28 million renovation and expansion of Pottsgrove High School appears to have been settled when the township offered to cut its fees in half to $220,000.

You can read about it all, and more, in this Storify of live Tweets from last night's meeting.

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