Cook Township Supervisors approve subdivisions
The Cook Township Supervisors approved plans for two subdivisions in the township. Ralph Skovira and Ralph Hunter both decided to divide up their land to parcel out to their children.
In Cook Township, subdividing a property requires approval from the township supervisors, the Department of Environmental protections and the county. All other parties have given consent for the projects.
In other news:
Bob Fry president of the Chestnut Ridge Volunteer Fire Co. reported that the company's cash bash event last month raised $4,000 profit.
The fire company's annual fair is July 8-13. The parade is 7 - 8 p.m. July 11 along Route 711 through Stahlstown. The road will be closed during that time. Fireworks night presented by Zambelli's is 11 p.m. July 13. Parking on fireworks night will be $5 to defray costs of the show, and will be free on all other nights. Advances ride bands for the fair are available for $10. To purchase, call Debbie Rhodes at the municipal building. 724-593-7471.
The Cook Township Community Center will offer free playground program again this year free, which volunteer Pat Piper said the center hopes to have up and running this summer. For information call Cook Township municipal building.
The community center will also host an Antique Car show on Aug. 28.
The next meeting is 4 p.m. July 3 at the Cook Township Municipal Building, located at 1716 Route 711, in Stahlstown.
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