David Jaindl got his slot on East Allen Township’s agenda May 9 to explain his proposed development along Seemsville Road. Although there was some concern that Jaindl’s planning team moved without consulting East Allen Township, Jaindl pointed out a preliminary meeting, which East Allen officials attended, was held early on in the project.
Jaindl worked with Allen Township because the bulk of the project is within its borders. Ann- Marie Vigilante, engineer on the project, said the preliminary plan presented is markedly different from the original plan.
Lehigh Township Municipal Authority meets 6 p.m. in the municipal building, 1069 Municipal Road.
Moore Township Recreation Commission meets 7 p.m. in the municipal building, 2491 Community Drive.
Northampton Borough Council meets 7:30 p.m. in the municipal building, 1401 Laubach Ave.
Northampton Area School Board meets 6:30 p.m. in the first-floor board room of the district offices, 2014 Laubach Ave.
Allen Township Planning Commission meets 7 p.m. in the municipal building, 4714 Indian Trail Road.
Approximately 50 residents attended the Bath Borough town hall meeting May 5 at the Bath Social Hall, 135 S. Walnut St. During the two-hour meeting, residents were provided an update on the July 1 policing change from Colonial Regional Police Department to Pennsylvania State Police (PSP).
Residents asked the representatives of Troop M, Bethlehem, which will provide services in the borough, questions regarding better speed enforcement, increased traffic control for trucks, police response time and solving drug problems.
Mr. Frank Fassl Jr. was reared in Nazareth, graduating from Nazareth High School in 1974. Two weeks after graduation, at the age of 18, he was hired by plant manager Stanley Becker to work at Nazareth Cement. Frank’s grandfather, Joseph; his father, Frank Sr.; and three uncles worked for the company, logging in over 100 years of service.
He started as a laborer at $3.80 an hour and later moved to the quarry as a loader and was trained as a diesel mechanic.
STATE HOUSE, 138TH DISTRICT
State Rep. Marcia Hahn is uncontested in the primary election for the seat she currently holds serving the 138th District.
In the November General Election, she will face Democrat Dean Donaher.
The 138th District consists of the townships of Bethlehem (Wards 1 and 4, as well as Division 4 of Ward 3), Bushkill, East Allen, Hanover, Lower Nazareth, Moore (Eastern and Point Phillips districts) and Plainfield and the boroughs of Bath, Chapman, Pen Argyl and Wind Gap.
STATE SENATE, 40TH DISTRICT
Incumbent state Sen. Mario Scavello has no Republican competition in the May primary race for the 40th District seat.
He will face Democrat Tarah Probst in the November General Election.
The 40th District includes, in Northampton County, boroughs of Bangor, Bath, Chapman, East Bangor, Nazareth, Pen Argyl, Portland, Roseto, Walnutport and Wind Gap and townships of Allen, Bushkill, East Allen, Forks, Hanover, Lehigh, Lower Mount Bethel, Lower Nazareth, Moore, Plainfield, Upper Mount Bethel, Upper Nazareth and Washington.
Lehigh Township Zoning Hearing Board meets 6 p.m. in the municipal building, 1069 Municipal Road.
Moore Township Farmland Preservation Commission meets, if needed, 7 p.m. in the municipal building, 2491 Community Drive.
East Allen Township Zoning Hearing Board meets 7 p.m., as needed, in the township municipal building, 5344 Nor-Bath Blvd.
Moore Township Board of Supervisors meets 7:30 p.m. in the municipal building, 2491 Community Drive.
other PRIMARY races
Republicans Scott R. Wagner, of York County; Paul Mango, of Allegheny County; and Laura Ellsworth, of Allegheny County, are on the ballot for Pennsylvania governor in the May 15 primary election.
The winner will face incumbent Democrat Tom Wolf in the November general election.
Republicans Kathy Coder, of Allegheny County; Diana Irey Vaughan, of Washington County; Jeff Bartos, of Montgomery County; and Peg Luksik, of Cambria County, are seeking the position of lieutenant governor in the primary election.