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Two representatives of Aqua PA addressed public concerns over proposed rate hikes and PFAS contamination during a July 8 meeting with Chalfont Borough Council.

How disappointing it was to read the Bucks County Herald’s April 18 article entitled “Chalfont updates comprehensive plan.

Chalfont updates borough comprehensive plan

Chalfont Borough Council recently voted 6-1 to adopt the municipality’s 2024 Comprehensive Plan update, a guiding document that sets down what the town aims to do in the coming years.

Chalfont Borough Council this month unanimously approved the hiring of Kyle Milligan as an employee of the Public Works Department.

Taxes to rise 11% in Chalfont next year

Chalfont Borough residents can expect roughly an 11% increase in property taxes this upcoming year, as the council’s 2024 budget allocates funds to hire two new police officers, as well as an …

Chalfont 5K race has run its course

Citing dwindling numbers of both volunteers and runners, Chalfont Borough said this year’s Chalfont Challenge marked the end of the community race launched 31 years ago.

Chalfont resumes work on embattled trail

Chalfont Borough Council this month decided to move forward with the controversial Northern Neshaminy Greenway Trail project. The Sept. 12 vote passed by a 5-2 margin. Its most vocal opponents live on …

In the past six months, more than 100 streetlights in Chalfont have overheated. In rare cases, some have caught fire. “It started with a simple one light that had never seen issue,” said Borough …

Bucks County Regional Police Chief Karl Knott on June 13 assured Chalfont Borough Council that his department is moving on training trends that have stemmed from George Floyd’s 2020 killing at the hands of a police officer in Minneapolis.

Thank you for including Maximillian Driks article “Chalfont residents blast council for clearing trees with no notice for walking trail they oppose” in last week’s edition of the Herald. It is …

This month’s Chalfont Borough Council meeting saw one of the highest public turnouts in recent memory, as residents of Patriot Drive came to express concern over plans for a walking trail and the actions taken to clear space for it.

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