HANOVER TWP, Pa. - If you live in Hanover Twp., you've had a bumpy ride of late.
Like many other Northampton County townships, Hanover residents have had their roadways and streets attacked by potholes.
"They are horrible, but we're on them," said Vincent Milite, the township's director of public works during Tuesday night's board of supervisors meeting.
With just under 61 total miles of roads throughout the township, the 14-person public works department will continue to address the road rehabilitation during the spring season.
In other business Tuesday night, the board approved the reduction of the security deposits required for the Traditions of America at Bridle Path, a 55-and-over development located at the intersection of Jacksonville and Bridal Path roads.
In addition, the board approved four separate proclamations honoring individuals for achieving their respective Eagle Boy Scout Awards. The four recognized were Richard Bieniek, Jason Todd Siegfried, Alex Medellin and Zachary Adam Pendzick.
Supervisor Stephen Salvesen was absent from Tuesday's meeting.
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