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LMRA

LMRA is a not-for profit association dedicated to preserving, promoting, and enhancing the quality of life in Lower Milford Township. We are not associated with any government, or corporate entity. We believe that a well informed resident when cooperating with other residents is the most powerful way to ensure a great Township to live in.

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Membership

We need your support to continue fighting for our quality of life. This year will be critical in our fight with Geryville Materials as they litigate the remaining Zoning Board Hearing and appeal the local decisions to the courts.

Renewing membership or joining early in the year, helps us plan our strategy for the remainder of the year

If you have not renewed or joined please consider doing so.

Please fill in form by clicking here. You will receive copy by e-mail. Send it in with your payment.

You can also download a copy of the form by clicking here

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Volunteer

Help us fight for Lower Milford Township.

You can help with fundraisers, programs, publicity, and leadership.Sign up here to help LMRA. Spend as much time as you would like.

If you would like to download a Volunteer Form, you can download it here. Fill it out and send it to us.

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Power Poles in Lower Milford

PPL ProjectFor the residents of Lower Milford Township who are being inconvenienced by work on the power lines on Limeport Pike and Beverly Hils Rd, be assured the work is for a good cause. The existing line was built more than 80 years ago, the Hosensack-Wescosville line is a 230-kilovolt transmission line that runs through Upper Macungie, Lower Macungie, Upper Milford and Lower Milford townships in Lehigh County. The 4.4 mile run through Lower Milford is a 12 Kvolt line with all new bells and whistles as part of a pilot program to reduce outages during major storms. PP&l is erecting taller, thicker poles and stringing heavier-gauge wire with a special coating that protects against animal and vegetation damage.It is sectionalizing the line so that in case of an outage fewer homes will be affected.The poles are 10 foot taller than previous poles to prevent some trees from falling on the wires. Where trees are a real danger, the lines will shift sides if the trees cannot be trimmed. A total of 172 poles willl be replaced with a completion date scheduled for the spring of 2014. After 5 major outages since 2000, hopefully future outages will be relatively minor thanks to PP&L new initiative.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 30 October 2013 19:15
 



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