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Conner Road Closure - Monday, July 9th - 60-90 Days by Resolution No. 2018-14


Yard Sale - August 25, 2018

Lower Oxford Township
Board of Supervisors

W. Ronald Kepler
Joel C. Brown
Kevin R. Martin

220 Township Road, Oxford, PA  19363   Chester County, PA  19363
Phone:  610-932-8150     Fax:  610-932-2367
Office Hours:  8:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.

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Board of Supervisor's Meeting
Monday, August 13, 2018
7:00 p.m.

Board of Supervisor's Agenda

Planning Commission Meeting
Thursday, August 23, 2018
7:30 p.m.

 Planning Commission Agenda

Kenneth L. Hershey

30 Years of Dedicated Service to Lower Oxford Township


     On December 13, 2017, Lower Oxford Township said a heartfelt farewell to Mr. Kenneth L. Hershey on his retirement as Supervisor.  Mr. Hershey has served as Supervisor for the last 24 years and as Planning Commission Member six years prior.   He was presented with a plaque and a memorial frame that included some of his accomplishments as Supervisor.   Mr. Hershey was an integral part of the construction of the new township building that was completed in 1999, volunteering his personal time and service.  Mr. Hershey was also instrumental in the planning process for the Oxford Commons site which brought to fruition the long-range goals the Supervisors had envisioned of commercial growth along the Route #10 and Route #1 corridor.  Mr. Hershey is known for his involvement in the Oxford Produce Auction located on Union School Road bringing it to completion as well.  Also, Mr. Hershey has been pro-active working with Chester County Ag Preservation in successfully preserving more than 4,000 acres of farmland in Lower Oxford.  W. Ronald Kepler and Joel C. Brown wished Mr. Hershey their best and thanked him for his faithful service to the residents of Lower Oxford.