5 Things to Know This Week
A heads up for those who live or work in Narberth, Bala Cynwyd, Belmont Hills and Penn Valley.
- Narberth's Borough Council is getting cost estimates on a deck expansion to the community center that might allow a coffee shop to go into business there, according to an agenda for the panel's 7:30 p.m. Monday meeting.
- A two-year contract for about $202,000 base salary this year and about $207,000 next year will be considered Wednesday night for Lower Merion Township Manager Doug Cleland, who has worked all year under the parameters of his expired previous contract. (See the full contract terms attached to this article.)
- Should Ludington Library officials be able to serve alcohol at a public party for donors? The township's Board of Commissioners are set to decide at a meeting about 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.
- The right eastbound lane of the Schuylkill Expressway will be closed between King of Prussia and City Avenue during the day Wednesday and Thursday for bridge cleanings.
- Patch is closing nominations tonight for its summer program of Readers' Choice polls. Add comments to the stories linked here to nominate your favorite businesses in Narberth and/or Bala Cynwyd.