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East Greenville, PA 18041
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Change of venue for next Police Commission Meeting on
The Police Commission meeting
scheduled for Monday, October 24th, will be held at the East Greenville Fire House located at 401 Washington Street, East
Greenville. The meeting starts at 6:45 p.m.
of venue for the next Borough Council meeting on 10/25/16:
Borough Council meeting scheduled for Tuesday, October 25th, will be held at the Upper Perkiomen Middle School, 510 Jefferson
Street, East Greenville. The meeting starts at 7:30 p.m.
Trick or treating will be held on Monday, October 31st,
from 6 to 8 p.m. Please leave your porch light on to participate.
regarding police coverage:
We regret to
announce that we will serve notice on the Borough of Pennsburg that we have voted to terminate the agreement that establishes
the Upper Perk Police Department effective at 12:01 a.m. on March 6, 2017. Unfortunately, our partnership has deteriorated
to the extent that it is irretrievably broken. Over the last few months, the Borough of East Greenville has not been
treated as an equal partner. We reached out to the Borough of Pennsburg in May, but to no avail. Instead, our
relationship has continued to deteriorate. The Police Commission cannot continue to operate in this manner. Therefore
we believe it is in the best interest of both municipalities to terminate the agreement.
East Greenville Borough Residents:
The council has decided to terminate and dissolve the agreement that established the Upper Perk
Police District, but our residents will not be left without police coverage.
We are working with the Pennsylvania State Police for coverage and will be rolling out our plans
for a small local police department to serve East Greenville Borough. We will present those plans at our October 25,
The East Greenville Borough Council appreciates
our residents' concerns and is preparing a response. We will provide a detailed explanation of the decision to terminate
and dissolve the agreement that established the Upper Perk Police District at our next Borough Council Meeting on Tuesday,
September 27, 2016. We will release our plans for police coverage at our October 25, 2016, Borough Council Meeting.
Statements made by Mayor Sloyer and on behalf of Council during
the September 27, 2016, Borough Council meeting are available at below links:
Mayor's Statement 9-27-16
Council Statement 9-27-16
East Greenville Borough is in the Spotted Lanternfly
Quarantine Area. Checklist for residents is available at Borough Hall or below. Click here for more information from PA Dept of Ag.
CHECKLIST FOR SPOTTED LANTERNFLY
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