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The Lower Saucon Township Council honored retired LSA Administrator Gar Davidson at the February 15 council meeting with a resolution commending him for his 15+ years of service to the Authority and the Township. Township Manager Leslie Huhn hands Gar the resolution (with Council president and LSA board member Ron Horiszny looking on). Gar then displays the resolution alongside his wife, Sandy.
The Lower Saucon Authority is now on Social Media! We have a Twitter account (@LSauthorityPA) and a Facebook page (Lower Saucon Authority). These pages will be used (in addition to all existing methods) to give out information on service disruptions, boil water advisories, major projects and news. These pages will not be used for "social" purposes, only to send out information that needs to be known by Lower Saucon residents and our customers. Please "follow" us on Twitter and "like" us on Facebook to receive important notifications by means of social media!
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Lower Saucon Authority Administrator Gar Davidson retired on January 6, 2017 after 15-plus years on the job. Gar started here on November 7, 2001 after a 31-year career with UGI Gas Utilities. The authority staff wishes Gar (and his wife Sandy) much enjoyment in his retirement with lots of cycling, kayaking, clock-fixing and volunteer work. Here's a picture of Gar with framed articles announcing both his hiring and his retirement:
DEP Acting Secretary Patrick McDonnell, on behalf of Governor Tom Wolf, recently declared that a Drought Warning is currently in effect for Northampton, Lehigh, Carbon and Monroe Counties. This includes the entire Lower Saucon Authority service territory.
A Drought Warning encourages residents to conserve water by voluntarily reducing water usage by 10-15 percent.
More Information is Available in the DEP Publication "Drop By Drop", available by clicking Here
November 18, 2016
Township residents occasionally request earth fill for various home projects. Both the Township and the Authority generate a stockpile of excess spoils materials from construction and repair projects, etc., and are often looking for a suitable sites to re-use it. In addition to soil, the spoils may include some rock, roots, blacktop and concrete, etc.
Requests should be submitted to the Township Zoning Officer who will review for environmental, stormwater management and other issues. If subsequently approved by the Township Manager, a permit will be issued defining the application and a letter sent to you.
If you would like to have fill delivered, please complete the form on the "Need Fill" hyperlink to and take it to the Zoning Officer. Delivery terms and conditions are listed on the form and are also discussed in the Public Works section of the Township website.
Thank you and good luck with your project!
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