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Development Authority
10-17-16 Meeting

LOWER ALLEN TOWNSHIP
DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
AGENDA

October 17, 2016                                                                                           6:00 PM

The Development Authority meeting has been canceled. The next regularly scheduled meeting is on Monday, November 21, 2016.

Zoning Hearing Board
10-20-16 Agenda

NOTICE is hereby given that the Zoning Hearing Board (ZHB) of Lower Allen Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, will hold a Public Hearing on Thursday, October 20, 2016 at 7:00 p.m., at the Lower Allen Township Municipal Services Center, 2233 Gettysburg Road, Camp Hill, Pennsylvania to consider:

  1. Docket #2016-02 – The application of Douglas Barry, 840 Kiehl Drive, Lemoyne, PA 17043 is requesting a variance from Section 220-150.B.(2) of the Codified Ordinances of Lower Allen Township. The applicant is proposing the construction of a nonresidential accessory storage building at 3900 Gettysburg Road, Camp Hill, PA that would be located less than 15 feet from the side and rear property lines.
  1. Any matters of general business and to deliberate upon any such matters which are pending before the ZHB and which are appropriate for consideration at a public meeting.

 

By Order of Lower Allen Township                     Ann Evertts

Zoning Hearing Board                                          Chairman

Board of Commissioners
9-12-16 Minutes

MINUTES

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS                                                                           LOWER ALLEN TOWNSHIP

REGULAR MEETING                                                                       SEPTEMBER 12, 2016                        

Lower Allen Township Police
Security Camera Registry

Cameras Help Solve Crime…

We all know this.  The world we live in is inundated with security cameras at both business and residential locations.   You may even have cameras at your residence or place of business!  That’s why we’re asking for your help with our

Voluntary Camera Registration Database 

We are asking residents and businesses to partner with us in the detection, prevention, and solving of crimes.  Often, a crime will occur that may have been caught on camera.  We may never know that, though, because we do not know where cameras are throughout the township.   What we are asking is that residents and business owners go to the form {CLICK HERE for the form} and provide the requested information.

We’re hoping this partnership helps us solve more crime and assists in keeping our community just a little safer.  Thank you in advance to all who choose to participate!