The Montgomery County Board of Commissioners will meet tonight, this time at at 6 p.m. at Pennypacker Mills at 5 Haldeman Road in Schwenksville.
According to Montgomery County Communications Director Frank Custer, the commissioners will consider a proposal from the county's solicitor that, if adopted, would provide greater access to voter IDs for Montgomery County residents. Commissioner Bruce Castor will also reportedly update the board on the county's efforts to upgrade the aging public safety radio system.
Of particular interest to Norristown residents is item number 3 in the Resolutions section of the agenda – "Authorization of Extension of Time of a Keystone Opportunity Zone (Washington Street)."
Norristown Municipal Council is hoping the county will approve an extension to an already existing KOZ on East Washington Street in Norristown and work with the municipality to add additional adjacent properties to the zone.
You can download the full agenda for tonight's meeting in our PDF section.
- Council Eyeing East Washington Street for Keystone Opportunity Zone
- Castor to Spearhead Radio Upgrade
- County's Public Safety Radio System in Critical Condition
- ID Process Streamlined At PennDOT Offices