State Rep. Reminds Local Businesses About Grant Money
A grant opportunity is available to local businesses to help keep their employees up to date on technology.
“Especially in information services and a highly skilled labor force, you know, labor intensive activities. They partner with a community college to provide that training for the workers and the grant money covers the teaching costs.”
That’s State Rep. Marcy Toepel, who says, the Workforce and Economic Development Network of Pa. is now accepting applications. for information visit wednetpa.com
Development Gets Extension For Project in Lansdale Boro.
The Lansdale Borough Council Code Enforcement and land Planning Committee is Recommending a one year extension of land development approval for an infill development in the 800 block of North Towamencin Avenue not far from the site of the ld American Olean tile plant. Five new town homes and a twin will be built on a half acre lot that already has a single family residence on it. Council member, Jack Hansen chairs the committee.
“It’s a nice piece of property that someone could take and develop into something that’s even going to be even more valuable.”
Boro Council will vote on extending land development approval for the project at its business meeting on June 19th.