Over the years, stormwater management basins have been constructed throughout the Township as neighborhood development occurred. In the intervening years, little, if any maintenance on the basins has been done. As engineers, planners and environmentalists studied the impact that stormwater basins had on the environment, a body of knowledge developed. This work has lead to a better understanding of the functioning of these basins and the water courses they flow into.
Hometown Concerts start June 8th! Officers Thomas Giancristoforo and Joseph Hart recognized by Township Commissioners; Sisters of St. Francis schedule facility tours; First Annual Cleanup Day is a huge success; and more in this month’s issue of the Aston Township Times. Download it now!
Summer 2015 – June 22nd – July 31st
This Summertime Camp is brought to you by the Aston Township Board of Commissioners.
The conditional use hearing for the expansion of the DCIU facility in Aston will continue on June 29, 2015 at 7:00 PM in the Township Commissioner’s Meeting Room at 5021 Pennell Road.
By Loretta Rodgers.
Hundreds of Aston Township residents attended the annual Memorial Day Parade and observance held May 25 at American Legion Post #926 Read more
by: Loretta Rodgers.
Aston Township Police Officer Joseph Hart was presented a commendation of merit during the May 20 board of commissioners meeting for exemplary police work in recognizing and apprehending an alleged serial robbery suspect. Read more
Aston Township Police Officer Thomas J. Giancristoforo, Jr., during the May 20 meeting of the Aston Board of Commissioners, was presented a proclamation and recognized as Police Officer of the Year.
By Loretta Rodgers
Sister Anne McCafferty, SND, spent 11 years as a chaplain at the Fair Aces Geriatric Center in Middletown, and was so moved by her experiences with the elderly and infirm that she decided to share them in a book titled “Blessings: Reflections of a Chaplain to the Elderly.”
Now retired, Sr. Anne uses her book to honor the lives of the Fair Acres residents and staff to whom she ministered and worked in an atmosphere that she describes as “compassionate and loving.” Read more
Tuesday, May 12th 2015 at 6:00pm, The Residence at Glen Riddle, 263 Glen Riddle Rd, Media, PA 19063 Space is limited
– RSVP TO: (610)358-9933
Brain-Healthy Refreshments Will Be Served
The Residence at Glen Riddle & Heartland Hospice Present:
DEMENTIA – Your Window Into Their World.
Join us for a FREE Event.
The Residence at Glen Riddle and Heartland Hospice are proud to offer an exclusive VIRTUAL DEMENTIA TOUR.
This interactive and powerful workshop will guide you through what it’s like to experience dementia firsthand
Give you the tools to better understand the behaviors and needs of those living with dementia
Provide an inside look into how leaders in healthcare design environments to meet the individualized needs of residents at every stage of their healthcare journey, from independence through Memory Care.
Ronald Cross honored for 41 years of service; Darren J. Sereikis and Stephen F. Taylor achieve the rank of Eagle Scout; Aston Clean Up Day scheduled for May 2nd; and more in this month’s issue of the Aston Township Times. Download it now!