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MHS Lights Decision Continued to December

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The hearing is over. But no decision has been rendered. Now, those waiting to hear on the final word on the Methacton High School lights project will have to wait a few more months.

According to a report by the Times Herald, the Worcester Township Board of Supervisors decided Monday night to make its decision during its Dec. 17 regular business meeting.

While the lights were previously approved for construction by the board, the frequency of use, power of the luminosity and height of the light poles is still up for discussion. Several months of conditional use hearings were concluded on Monday, with both the concerned neighbors and the school district gave closing remarks.

For the full story on the hearing, click on Brendan Wills’ story here.

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