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July 25, 2017 Nick Gallagher The fight for road changes in Yardley and Lower Makefield have become vocal. An online petition started last week on State Representative Perry Warren's website. So far, confidential-names have filled the list to potentially urge the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation to place special restrictions on the narrower streets of Yardley and Lower Makefield Township. Rep. Perry Warren took to a podium outside of his Main Street office on Wednesday. “Ideally the municipalities will make a request for the traffic study and we will bolster it with our petition," Warren spoke, " and show the PennDOT representatives there are significant public concerns and public demand and fear for public safety.” According to Rep. Warren, State Route 32 beginning at
July 25, 2017 Charlotte Reese Bristol Borough is home to a section of the Delaware River and Wednesday evening artists will display their work to celebrate the union. The Centre for the Arts on Mill Street will host 25-artists who submitted their piece earlier this month. The theme is 'Our River', which runs through Bristol, Yardley, New Hope, and Lambertville. Artists were allowed to expand their pieces to "fishing, wildlife, marshes, the new Bristol Docks, bridges, landscapes, riverfront parks and more," as the registration form stated. Bill Pezza, the organizer of the event and president of the civic group Raising the Bar, says it's an open invitation to all. In addition to the message of the night The Delaware River
July 24, 2017 Sam Goldberg One of Lower Makefield Township’s most popular cut-through roads remains closed. Sandy Run Road, a street commonly used as a gateway to Yardley Borough, has been closed for months, and there is still no set time for a re-opening. The road originally closed for an evaluation that revealed a sight distance deficiency. Experts concluded that vehicles coming down Edgewood Road over the railroad tracks would not have sufficient time to stop if a car was coming out of the intersection on Sandy Run onto Edgewood Road. Lower Makefield Township Chief of Police Kenneth Coluzzi is weighing several options for the safest way to re-open the road. “The plan to fix the problem would be to first try
July 24, 2017 Charlotte Reese Bucks County District Attorney, Matthew Weintraub and the Solebury Police Department led by Cheif Dominick Bellizzie have thanked the community for their support and those involved in the search for the four missing young men turned Solebury Slaying case. The search lasted about a week and ended with heartbreak for four families. DA Weintraub averaged two briefings per day to keep the community and press informed, while the Solebury Police Department worked with nearly 40 different agencies. A letter from the DA: Dear members of our Bucks County community, and all of our prayerful supporters across the country, We’ve experienced a great and tragic loss with the deaths of Jimi Patrick, Dean Finocchiaro, Tom Meo, and Mark Sturgis.
July 23, 2017 Charlotte Reese Starting Monday, July 24 the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation will resurface roads expected to last the week. The lane restrictions will take place at nighttime and affect about 10 miles throughout Bensalem, Bristol, Middletown, and Lower Makefield Townships. From 7 p.m. to 5 a.m. roads scheduled for work: Route 532 (Bucks Road) between Route 213 (Bridgetown Pike) and Rocksville Road in Lower Southampton and Northampton Townships Gibson Road and Bristol Road between Bensalem Boulevard and Overland Road in Bensalem Township Oxford Valley Road and Reading Avenue between Edgewood Road and Main Street in Lower Makefield Township and Yardley Borough This project will cost PennDOT more than $3 billion. The plan is to mill the existing roadway
July 21, 2017 Charlotte Reese Yardley Borough Mayor Chris Harding has organized a workshop to inform residents of drug abuse. This two-hour program will discuss the drugs abused the most, allow those to see what they look like or how they are packages and examine behaviors to watch out for with drug users. Mayor Harding took to Facebook and thanked Yardley Borough Police Chief John Kelly for his support. "The workshop is designed to generate and encourage community discussion, as awareness is power," Harding wrote. Narcotic officers from the Philadelphia Police Department and the Pennsylvania State Police will be at the event with visual aids and ready to answer any questions. All tickets can be picked up at the Yardley Borough Hall on
July 20, 2017 Charlotte Reese Nearly 350 residents to date have come together to say their narrow streets hold no place for large trucks. State Representative Perry Warren started an online petition to ask the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation to place weight restrictions on Main Street (Taylorsville/Yardley-Morrisville Road/Pine Grove Road) and River Road (Delaware Avenue) in Yardley and Lower Makefield Township. The freshman State Rep. attempted to write legislation on the matter earlier this year. However, after reviews from the House of Representatives, it was decided the Bill would not be valid, due to PennDOT’s past ruling of Main Street and River Road. Warren mentioned a few accidents that have occurred on Main Street in the past year. “This could bring the subject
July 20, 2017 David Asch 22-year-old Timothy Ceaser from Bucks County has been missing since June 1, 2017. New photos of Ceaser have been released by crimewatchpa.com to help identify him. The 22-year-old was last seen near the 7-Eleven store on Route 13 near the Neshaminy Creek. He was reported missing shortly after his mother took him for a drive that afternoon. Ceaser was allegedly receiving threatening computer messages the night before. During that car ride, he asked his mother if he could walk home. He then proceeded on foot and was last seen in the 7-Eleven before entering a vehicle that drove away from the store. He was wearing three layers of clothing: a plain black sweatshirt layered on top, a