There was a wide variety of different types of news this week in Limerick, Royersford and Spring City, starting with the bridge closure that began on schedule on Monday. Following that, the Concerned Citizens of East Vincent released a statement concerning the Pennhurst property, which was supposed to get final approval for a zoning change on Tuesday night, but was quickly dismissed by the Planning Commission, which said the petition still needed a lot of work to get to that stage. In response, Spring City Councilman Jim Burns wrote a letter to the PC saying N. Church Street would most likely close to Pennhurst Asylum traffic this fall. In other news, we began our Farms Do No Harm series and warned our readers of the heat wave, which was at its worst through Saturday. Spring-Ford teachers toured the Limerick Generating Station on Tuesday, an accident in Upper Providence yielded three injuries and two burglars were arrested for April burglaries on Friday. Check out these stories from the week in case you missed them:
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