Only 2 agenda items for the Council meeting tonight, but before I get to them, let me introduce some new members of our community.
The golden retriever in the photo is Kindle, the newest member of the Norristown Fire Department. These days fire department dogs aren't just cool looking dalmatians who hang out at the station, now they have to earn their keep. Kindle is being trained to detect accelerants. He'll help the Fire Chief find the source of certain fires and determine if they could be arson. Kindle will be visiting all of our fire stations from time to time. You can follow him on the NFD's Facebook page.
Now, after the exciting stuff, here's Council's agenda: Expect police
promotions and recognition of those who attended the Citizen Leadership
Academy. Announcements are listed twice, but no clue what they involve.
first item is a motion to remove handicapped and loading zone signs
that are no longer needed, and to install other HP signs at 319
Sterigere, 806 W Elm and 800 W Lafayette.
The second item
concerns HARB certificates for remodeling work at 611 W Lafayette, 1018
Arch, 231 E Oak, and 1029 W Lafayette. These are all twins or rowhome
and all retain a lot of their historical character.
That's it. A short meeting tonight.