Pretty cool how all of the dumb cars tuned to backfire constantly, ceaseless fireworks, and numerous area gun ranges have completely divorced "bang" from "unusual" in my mind. Very chill, very cool, very normal.
That's a 2008 -2011 focus. Rims are stock for that car. Not aftermarket.
The Exeter school board voted 5-4 to table a motion that would seek variances to the Exeter Township zoning ordinance in order to construct a new school bus transportation facility along Boyertown Pike. ... See MoreSee Less
The Exeter school board voted 5-4 to table a motion that would seek variances to the Exeter Township zoning ordinance in order to construct a new school bus transportation facility along Boyertown Pik...
I crap all over the school board when they screw up, so I must be fair and give them kudos for doing the right thing. They heard you, be it through this forum, or emails sent, they heard you. Well done, Exeter. This is not over, though. It's merely delayed. Keep up the pressure.
Finalizing the return to brick & mortar plant by October. Is this because that’s when the building improvements that should have finished in June will be complete?Ahrens should be number one voted out. No questions no chance to change script for re-election. Your actions and position puts all tax paying residents in peril. Shame on you.
Sounds like they are actually listening, or maybe just delaying the inevitable to add fluff and sugar coat it.
Finally stop wasting your tax payers money
So Dr Minor anticipates a return to in-school learning plan in October?? Wasn’t there a plan before she pulled the plug giving people a choice??? WTH???
I don’t see the kids going back in October.
It sounds like a reasonable discussion all around. I will vote for Michael Jupina for school board for as long as he wishes to remain on it.
The right thing to do. All that money though can be used in a much more meaningful way to our youth.
Don’t need to build another one just use the shipping center parking lot that you bought on the hill the old giant store stop spending money on useless things there more than enough room
Not needed. Cover the buses where they are. Put them where the police are going at old Giant. Spending this kind of money when we don’t have it Is plain bs
Here we go.. more tax money.
People don't like school closures and delays because they have to get to work. Garage could solve that. But that's a bad bad idea. Waste of money etc., Most of the time this happens because buses are not clean.. Exeter is not bad because of who runs it. It's bad because of people who have no idea what ROI means.
Do we even own the buses?? Last year not enough drives. Or does Wegman own them
There is plenty of room on the old Exeter Prominade lot for a bus shed, especially if the township denies lease extensions to all of the businesses and the lot is leveled. Much of that work can be done before next year. Unfortunately. the community will lose tax revenue from those long standing businesses.
Schools will look very different 3 to 5 years from now. Let the pandemic play out first. This was such a narrow minded idea to even bring up now is an insult to everyone that pays properly taxes. Look at alternatives and I am sure you can get at a more reasonable cost and efficiency. Has anyone looked at outsourcing the maintenance portion? The answer should not always be to spend, spend and kick the can down the road. Sadly this has been the mentality in Exeter government and school district the last 10 to 15 years. Poor decisions have caught up to the district and Township and they keep getting worse.
Can someone answer why the St. Lawrence boro has a vote in telling the district that they can't use Lausch? Is it a similar zoning issue that allowed Exeter (township) to veto the garage at Owatin?
The Pennsylvania State Police for the first time on Tuesday released information about a high-speed pursuit that led authorities through several Berks County municipalities before the suspect's vehicle crashed through the wall of an Exeter business. ... See MoreSee Less
Wish i could read the damn article without having to buy the stupid Reading Eagle
Tiffany Glass maybe they’re “understaffed” just like that turkey hill that actually had covid 😂😂😂
Someone on staff was diagnosed.... saw this happen in other places
Yeah that's it.... because masks are the one and only savior here, not the general populations lack of simple fucking hygiene and now being told washing your hands and keeping them out of your nose is a good thing.
So wait they don't tell you why. I was just there Saturday. If it is covid don't they have to contact you??
Reading EagleThe Staples in Exeter Township is closed until further notice, according to a sign posted on the door of the office supply store at 4711 Perkiomen Ave.The notice reads:"This location is currently closed until further notice in an effort to ensure the safety and wellbeing of our associates & customers and to mitigate the spread of illness. We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your support. We will be open to support all our customers and specifically the population working from home as soon as possible."Somebody tell Jim Murray. Lol!
Wow I was just there yesterday...I wonder if I should quarantine! 😬
Wow I was just there yesterday! Everytime I go in it’s full!
Great I was just there last week.
This is 💯 a COVID exposure. Instead of alerting people they put up some dressed up PR crap.
Any reason to be concerned about that section of store businesses sharing a ventilation system?
From Reading Eagle:The Staples in Exeter Township reopened today (Tuesday) after a precautionary closure.On Monday a notice on the door of the office supply store at 4711 Perkiomen Ave. read:"This location is currently closed until further notice in an effort to ensure the safety and well-being of our associates & customers and to mitigate the spread of illness. We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your support. We will be open to support all our customers and specifically the population working from home as soon as possible."The notice did not say the illness was COVID-19, and Staples corporate public relations representatives were not available to comment.A store employee said Tuesday that the closure had been "just precautionary."
Hey I was in there about 2 weeks ago and was disgusted with the persons appearance who waited on me. Dirty white mask, filthy dirty shirt and now that I keep thinking about this it makes my skin crawl