Donning dress uniforms, board members and officers of the newly organized Aston Township Fire Department were recognized by the board of commissioners and sworn into office by Delaware County President Judge Chad Kenney during the January 21 board of commissioners meeting. Read more
The Aston Township Board of Commissioners and the residents of the township are saddened to learn of the death of former 4th ward Commissioner Robert S. Willoughby.
Our condolences go out to Bob’s wife Jacque’, his daughters Wendy and Jodi, and son-in law, David.
Bob was appointed commissioner of the 4th ward in October 1999 when he filled the unexpired term of Commissioner Bill Welch. He was then elected and served as 4th ward commissioner until 2006.
Over the years, Bob served Aston Township in many capacities, including as a member of the Penn-Delco School Board, on the Aston Township Lions Club, where he was past president; the Aston Township Memorial Garden Fund Raising Committee; and most recently, as a member of the Township Zoning Hearing Board.
Bob played a key role in modernizing the concession stand, which bears his name, as well as rest room facilities at the Sun Valley High School athletic field.
He played an active role in the construction of the Aston Lions Club headquarters on Gamble Lane and continued his service with the organization until his passing.
In addition, Bob was an active member of the Delaware County Field and Stream Association.
Bob was a very kind man who gave back to the community in many ways. We are very grateful for his service and celebrate his life.
The administration is pleased to submit the 2014 Annual Report which describes many of the accomplishments of 2014 and an outline of 2015 programs.
At the June 18, 2014 Township Commissioner’s Meeting, Commissioner Higgins made a statement introducing a new Aston Township Traffic Calming Policy.
This Traffic Calming Policy reflects the commitment of AstonTownship to address a wide range of community goals and objectives, which include transportation mobility, efficiency and safety. While our community strives to be more sustainable and livable, a comprehensive traffic calming program will help harmonize transportation mobility with other community values.
Must be willing and able to work in all types of weather and high traffic areas. Criminal background and Child Abuse Clearance required. Salary $12.83 per hour.
Contact Diane @ Aston Police Department 610-497-2633.
The Aston Township Board of Commissioners has established a date with the Delaware County Intermediate Unit to hold a public hearing to review the conditional use as proposed in the current DCIU land development proposal.
The Conditional Use Hearing will be held on January 29, 2015 beginning at 7:00 PM in the Aston Township Community Center located at 3270 Concord Road. This meeting will be open to the public.
We are committed to keeping you informed of all public meetings and will continue to advertise the dates, times and locations of all future meetings in the Delaware County Times, Aston TV Public Access Cable Channels and on this website.
By Loretta Rodgers
As executive director of marketing and communications at Neumann University, Aston resident Stephen Bell has been given the opportunity to meet, interview and work with very interesting individuals of diverse backgrounds.
But, he contends without hesitation that it is the people with whom he works day in and day out, that he finds to be the most interesting of all.
“I love that I work in higher education,” Bell said. “It is a very worthwhile and I have never once had second thoughts about the value of the services I’m promoting here at Neumann. The people with whom I work are simply the best of the best. My staff is dedicated and intelligent, and they have a great sense of humor. I could not ask for a better team.” Read more
Commissioners recognize outstanding citizens; Aston Township Fire Company, it’s official; 2015 Budget adopted; all in this month’s issue of the Aston Township Times. Download it now!
Administration Office and the Public Works Department will be closed Thursday, January 1, 2014.
Thursday, January 1, 2014 – NO TRASH OR RECYCLING
Friday, January 2, 2014 – All Thursday and Friday routes will be picked up.
At the December 17, 2014 Aston Township Commissioner’s Meeting the board approved a new Code Enforcement fee schedule for 2015.