BETHLEHEM TWP., PA – Bethlehem Township Commissioners granted an extension request from a neighborhood developer who plans on establishing alongside Hecktown Highway.
On Monday, commissioners granted the six-month extension on a conditional remaining approval that was granted to Fairfield Administration Company for the Hecktown Highway Enterprise Park heaps 6 and seven. Plans name for a 180,000-square-foot flex constructing on lot 6, and a 67,000-square-foot medical workplace constructing on lot 7. The developer requested the extension, saying in an Oct. 1 letter to the township that the venture had been placed on maintain because of the pandemic. The extension will finish on April 7, 2021.
Commissioners Michael Hudak and John Merhottein weren’t current for the digital assembly.
In different enterprise, commissioners voted to promote an ordinance repealing chapter 252, Autos and Site visitors; Article V1, which handled granting licenses to pedal cycles.
The ordinance registered bicycles and supplied youths with licenses for the bicycles. Officers mentioned that this system was run by way of the township parks division. Youth would undergo a bicycle security course supplied by the native police. Upon competitors of the course, the youth can be issued a license that regarded like a small inspection sticker that may be positioned on the bicycle.
This system additionally proved to be useful in finding lacking or stolen bicycles since bikes have been registered with the parks division.
Nonetheless, in the course of the September commissioners assembly, Commissioner Michael Hudak famous that the licenses haven’t been issued within the municipality in over 25 years. Hudak mentioned the township chief of police really useful to have the ordinance eliminated.