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Warrington Residents to Vote on Open Space Spending

Does it seem that every time you drive down a street you see a new development of houses being built? This is why Warrington, Located in Bucks County, PA, is looking to borrow up to $3 million to preserve open space, improve township parks and link community trails. Township officials think that with the current real estate prices and interest rates at historic lows, it’s the right time for residents to support an open-space referendum.

Voters will see the question in the Nov. 6th ballot, asking if they want to spend not only to buy and protect open space but also to improve the parking at Barness Park and “facelifts” for lesser known parks. Also, with the township growing, athletic fields for a wide variety of sports are in demand. This bond money could help pay for more space. In 1995, Warrington borrowed $2.1 million for open space preservation and has about 700 acres already protected from development.  To read more…


October 10, 2012 - Posted by | Uncategorized | , ,

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