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  ATSDR - PHA - Salford Quarry, Lower Salford Township, Mongomery County, Pennsylvania
The Salford Quarry no longer poses a public health threat to any citizen through drinking water wells.
Preliminary health assessment for Salford Quarry, Lower Salford Township, Pennsylvania.
The Bureau, Washington, D.C. This Public Health Assessment for the Salford Quarry site was prepared by the Pennsylvania Department of Health under a cooperative agreement with the Agency of Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR).
www.atsdr.cdc.gov /hac/pha/salford/sal_p3.html   (351 words)

  Salford Township, Montgomery County Pennsylvania - Real estate and community information in the Greater Philadelphia ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
P.O. The present-day Salford Township was established in 1892 when the Township of Upper Salford was divided into two voting districts.
Salford Township has a varied topography and some of the most handsome scenery in the county which includes flat meadows, rugged wooded hills and creeks.
The most recognizable portion of the township is the small village of Tylersport, located near the Bucks County border.
ygraine.membrane.com /enterhtml/live/wbhomes/salford.html   (252 words)

 Salford Township, Montgomery County, Tylersport, PA 18971
Salford was agrarian, and much of its early commerce supported the needs of farmers.
Salford Township never evolved into a commercial center and is still decidedly rural.
Salford is known for it boulder fields, including the area locally known as "Devil's Potato Patch," which extend into the township's upper region.
www.livingplaces.com /PA/Montgomery_County/Salford_Township.html   (334 words)

 Upper Salford Township, Montgomery County, Salfordville PA 18958
Upper Salford, founded in 1727, is part of the original Salford Township.
In fact, the Christopher Dock White Oak tree, estimated to be close to 300 years old, was destroyed by a storm and Upper Salford Township residents replanted a White Oak tree in its place with a bronze plaque to mark this historic landmark.
The township is primarily rural and residential as reflected in it farms, open space, and natural features.
www.livingplaces.com /PA/Montgomery_County/Upper_Salford_Township.html   (765 words)

 PA DCNR - The Resource - March 1998
Northcentral Pennsylvania Conservancy, $325,000 for the acquisition of 4,200 acres along the West Branch of the Susquehanna River in West Keating Township for preservation of additional elk habitat.
Western Pennsylvania Conservancy, $500,000 for acquisition of 1,255 acres along the Clarion River corridor in Barnett Township, Jefferson County, and Millstone and Springcreek townships, Elk County.
Pennsylvania Environmental Council, $60,000 to develop a statewide open space and sprawl study and begin a public education and school teacher outreach program related to the impacts of open space and costs of sprawl.
www.dcnr.state.pa.us /polycomm/mar/awardmarch98.htm   (834 words)

 Lower Merion Township, Pennsylvania - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lower Merion Township is a township in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania and part of the Pennsylvania Main Line.
As of the 2000 census, the township had a total population of 59,850, thereby ranking ninth in Pennsylvania municipalities by population.
In the township the population was spread out with 21.7% under the age of 18, 10.7% from 18 to 24, 23.0% from 25 to 44, 26.2% from 45 to 64 and 18.5% who were 65 years of age or older.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Lower_Merion_Township,_Pennsylvania   (879 words)

 Limerick Township, Pennsylvania - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Limerick Township is a township in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, United States.
In the township the population was spread out with 26.8% under the age of 18, 5.4% from 18 to 24, 40.2% from 25 to 44, 19.2% from 45 to 64, and 8.5% who were 65 years of age or older.
The median income for a household in the township was $64,752, and the median income for a family was $73,296.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Limerick_Township,_Pennsylvania   (499 words)

 Salford, Pennsylvania PA, township profile (Montgomery County) - hotels, festivals, genealogy, newspapers - ePodunk
Pennsylvania > All counties > Montgomery County > Salford
Salford is a township in Montgomery County, in the Philadelphia-Camden metro area.
Median rent in Salford, at the time of the 2000 Census, was $490.
www.epodunk.com /cgi-bin/genInfo.php?locIndex=14794   (436 words)

 Lower Salford, Pennsylvania PA, township profile (Montgomery County) - hotels, festivals, genealogy, newspapers - ...
Pennsylvania > All counties > Montgomery County > Lower Salford
Lower Salford is a township in Montgomery County, in the Philadelphia-Camden metro area.
Median rent in Lower Salford, at the time of the 2000 Census, was $654.
www.epodunk.com /cgi-bin/genInfo.php?locIndex=276096   (496 words)

 Charles Burdette Nuss Sr.
Daws, was born in Kent township, December 13, 1868, and was 19 years and three months of age at the time of her death.
Daws, formerly Miss Lucy Ann Reber, was born in Kent township Oct. 5, 1848, and spent most of her life in the community.
The family was mostly seated in the northern part, especially in the vicinity of Metz, from Whence a number retired to the Palatinate in consequence of the Revocation.
www.simplypro.com /genealogy/nuss.htm   (4894 words)

 Register Report   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Born abt 1724 / 1725 in Indian Creek, Lower Salford Township, Montgomery, Pennsylvania.
John died in Washington Township, Franklin, Pennsylvania in Jan 1803, he was 79.
Mary died in Franklin, Pennsylvania abt 1797/1800, she was 72.
pages.prodigy.net /c_harn0104/crr01_003.html   (60 words)

 Board of Supervisors
Lower Salford is a Township of the Second Class governed by a five-member Board of Supervisors elected at-large for a six year term by the residents of Lower Salford Township.
The Board is charged with the general governance of the township and the execution of legislative, executive and administrative powers as defined in Section 607 of the Second Class Township Code.
In overseeing the audit of township financial records by the independent auditing firm of Reynolds, Pittner and Associates, LLC, of Pottstown, PA, the township auditors confirm the financial audit report for submission to state agencies, as required.
www.lowersalfordtownship.org /boards   (591 words)

 Budget & Taxes
As this area was too large to govern, and with most of the early settlers located in the lower section of the township, a resident named Jacob Reiff, acting on behalf of his neighbors, submitted a petition to the Philadelphia County officials to create what is now Lower Salford Township.
One of the most dramatic events to affect the residents of Lower Salford Township occurred in the 1850's when the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania revised the public school system and required all teaching to be done in English.
The transition to an English speaking culture was slow and many residents of our community continued to speak Pennsylvania Dutch as their primary language well into the 20th century.
www.lowersalfordtownship.org /history   (410 words)

 NPL Site Narrative for Salford Quarry, NPL, Superfund, US EPA
The Salford Quarry site is located on approximately 3 acres in Lower Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
AOT used the unlined quarry for the disposal of glaze wash-up sludge, settling pond sediment, and fired and unfired scrap tiles from its Lansdale, Pennsylvania plant.
The landfill was closed to the satisfaction of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources (PADER) in July 1982.
www.epa.gov /superfund/sites/npl/nar1490.htm   (632 words)

 recycling: DEP Announces More Than $4.3 Million in Municipal Recycling Performance Grants
In addition, Pennsylvania communities avoided $240 million in disposal costs based on the estimated statewide average disposal cost of $54 per ton.
Pennsylvania’s recycling effort reduces air and water pollution, saves energy and reduces the need for virgin materials in manufacturing.
For example, Pennsylvania’s recycling efforts saved 75.7 trillion British thermal units (BTUs) of energy, equal to nearly 5.9 percent of all energy used by industry in Pennsylvania.
www.depweb.state.pa.us /recycling/cwp/view.asp?a=3&q=498697   (387 words)

 Mark P. Phelan, Lieutenant Colonel, United States Army
Phelan, whose home was in Green Lane, Pennsylvania, has a wife Brenda, and daughter April Klitsch.
Salford Township,Pennsylvania, resident and U.S. Army Reserve Lieutenant Colonel Mark Phelan, who was killed by a car bomb in Mosul, Iraq, last week, will be buried in Arlington National Cemetery, his wife said Tuesday.
Brenda Phelan said she was expecting to hear later in the day from military officials about arrangements for a military funeral and that plans for local services have not yet been finalized.
www.arlingtoncemetery.net /mpphelan.htm   (1325 words)

 Christian HOLDERMAN/Catherine KREY Family Group Sheet
The first of the family to arrive in Pennsylvania was probably Nicholas Haldeman who settled in Lower Salford Township,  Montgomery County.
Soon after his arrival in Pennsylvania, Nicholas Haldeman must have joined the Mennonite community in the Skippack and Salford  area of Philadelphia County now in Montgomery County.
In the year 1738, the Mennonites of the Salford area built a meeting house for worship on a tract of land Henry Funk,  Christian Myre, Jr., Abraham Reiff, of Franconia Twp., and Dielman Kolb of Salford Twp.
genealogy.hollymillrun.com /fgs.asp?Family=528   (990 words)

 Hatfield Township Pennsylvania Real Estate
in southeastern Pennsylvania with Towamencin Township, Upper Gwynedd and North Wales Borough to the south, Montgomery Township and Lansdale to the east.
John Hatfield of Herfordshire, Wales was an early settler and the township was incorporated in 1742.
The first road was opened in 1714 and Cowpath Road divided the township into almost equal parts with the name derived from the fact that early Welsh settlers drove their cattle along this route through the forest to pasture.
www.relocate-america.com /states/pa/cities/hatfield.htm   (512 words)

 Fact Sheets--UPPER SALFORD TOWNSHIP   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
Upper Salford Township was originally established in 1741 by a partitioning of the provincial colonial township of Salford.
However, on February 1, 1892, the township was split almost in half with the northeastern half being renamed Salford Township and the southwestern 8.91 square miles retaining the name Upper Salford.
The township has remained for the most an undeveloped area, though some residential development took place over the past several years.
www.montcopa.org /commerce/UPSALF.HTM   (200 words)

 My web page of Neese names.
Fourteen passengers bearing the name NEHS arrived at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on the ship "BRITTANIA", with ship master, Michael Franklyn, on September 21, 1731, along with 200 other persons, almost all of whom were of German origin.
According to an article by the Historical Society of York County, Pennsylvania, in the July 15, 1933 issue of the York Dispatch, entitled "Early Families in York County".
Matthias Nehs next marriage was on November 28, 1733 to Maria Barbara Hoerdter by Rev. John Casper Stoever, in Skippick, Salford Township, Pennsylvania.
www.angelfire.com /in/cjt/page6neese.html   (568 words)

 Heavener's History
Until recent decades, "Pennsylvania Dutch" was the language of choice for many residents -including Township Supervisors, who conducted their meetings in "Dutch" as recently as 1962.
In 1955, as construction of the nearby Pennsylvania Turnpike extension was under- way, the company acquired some urgently-needed wheels in the form of six orange GMC diesels that had been repossessed by Philadelphia bank.
For some reason, Pennsylvania law said you couldn't be a common carrier-you couldn't have a P.U.C. or where they recognized the heavier tandem axle trailer, an I.C.C. authority to haul different things-as a Pennsylvania corporation.
www.heavenersupply.com /history/past.html   (5437 words)

 Lower Salford township, PA Business Data: Stores, Dealers, Real Estate Agents, Wholesalers, Restaurants, etc.
Back to: Lower Salford township main page, Pennsylvania, United States.
Based on the data from 1997 when the population of Lower Salford township, Pennsylvania was 12,087
Back to: Lower Salford township, PA (don't miss, contains a wealth of additional information), Pennsylvania, United States.
www.city-data.com /business/econ-Lower-Salfordship-Pennsylvania.html   (137 words)

Pennsylvania about 1727 and another Jacob Landes who settled about the same time in Salford Township.
The genealogy research I am interested in is on Jacob Landes who settled in Salford Township, Pennsylvania..
and is buried in Delp's Cemetery, Franconia Township, Pennsylvania.
www.angelfire.com /pa2/hammerschmidt/landis.html   (438 words)

 Frank Souder LONG and Sevilla Cressman NASE
Frank Souder LONG was born 23 January 1871 in Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
Sevilla (as spelled on the census) was born 19 August 1874 also in Salford Township.
In the 1870 census records the family of Enos and Leah was found living in Lower Salford Township.
www.geocities.com /gerry_benner/long.html   (819 words)

 City-owned Lederach Golf Club opens for play in eastern Pennsylvania
LOWER SALFORD TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- The Lederach Golf Club in eastern Pennsylvania has opened for play.
The 7,023-yard, par-72 layout is owned by the Lower Salford Township.
The course was designed by golf course architect Kelly Blake Moran, who has devised a test that features undulating fairways, sloping greens, an array of native grasses, elevation changes and other natural obstacles.
www.pga.com /news/travel/northeast/lederach050306.cfm   (352 words)

 Montgomery Newspapers - Salford resident complains of noise from nearby gun club
Salford Supervisors last week heard a complaint from Webber Road resident Steve Bub, who said he is being disturbed by gunshots coming from a nearby gun club.
Pennsylvania Police Lt. T.J. Walsh told Bud the club's shooting hours were within the regulations of the state's noise code, which states that such noises should not be made between 10 p.m.
Rohland said he would address the club's board of directors with the complaint, but said it is their decision since they are adhering to state regulations.
www.zwire.com /site/news.cfm?newsid=10430133&BRD=1306&PAG=461&dept_id=187822&rfi=6   (530 words)

 Pennsylvania Bextra Lawyer - Locks Law Firm   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
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Vioxx lawyers know that damages are specific to individual cases and depend greatly on how you were injured, what your medical and other costs were, and your particular level of pain and suffering.
www.lockslaw.com /locations/Pennsylvania/vioxx-lawyer.asp   (536 words)

 Nature Preserves. Natural Lands Trust. Land Conservation in the Greater Philadelphia Region.
Saunders Woods Preserve is a 25-acre natural oasis for wildlife and community residents in the heart...
The 21-acre Idlewild Farm is nestled in the heart of Lower Merion Township, a reminder of the area’s...
The 218 acres of Fulshaw Craeg Preserve are situated in a wild and rugged valley, the sides of which...
www.natlands.org /preserves   (395 words)

 Local History Publications
Also known as the "Window Pane Tax", this source is a valuable architectual/historical record from the late 18th century.
Franconia Mennonite Meetinghouse Burial Ground, Franconia Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Old Goshenhoppen Cemetery, Upper Salford Township, Montgomery Co., PA
www.mhep.org /Publications2.htm   (409 words)

 Stormwater Management
Lower Salford Township, in conjunction with the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), is currently taking steps to prevent stormwater pollution through a Federally mandated program that seeks better stormwater management.
The Township adopted a Stormwater Management Ordinance on March 2, 2005.
This is to increase public awareness that stormwater systems feed our creeks, streams, ponds and lakes and need to be free of debris, oil and other pollutants.
www.lowersalfordtownship.org /stormwater_management   (508 words)

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