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About the Planning Commission

The Salisbury Township Planning Commission meets the second Tuesday of each month at 7:30pm. The Planning Commission regulates and controls the subdivision of lots and the development of land; the approval of plans, or resubdivisions, standards for the design of streets, lots, easements, and other improvements. Minor subdivisions and resubdivisions are reviewed and acted upon by the Planning Commission. Major subdivisions, land development, and site plan review are reviewed by the Planning Commission who make a recommendation to the Board of Commissioners who then act on the plan.

Salisbury Township Planning Commission

First row, sitting – left to right
Jimmy Brown, Charles Beck (Chairman), Richard Schreiter, Richard Hassick

Standing: left to right
Glenn Miller (Secretary), Stephen McKitish (Vice-Chairman), Attorney John Ashley, Dr. William Licht, Cynthia Sopka (Planning Director), David Tettemer (Township Engineer)

Charles Beck, Chair
Stephen J. McKitish, Jr., Vice Chair
James (Jimmy) Brown
Richard Hassick
William R. Licht, Ph.D
Richard Schreiter
Glenn Miller, Secretary

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Fall 2017 Curbside Branch Collection Program

The Fall 2017 Curbside Branch Collection Program is scheduled to take place September 18–22, 2017. Residents should place the branches at the curb on Sunday after 6 p.m. Branches may be no longer than 5 feet long and 5 inches in diameter. Branches should be bundled and tied with twine. Open containers (no lids) can be used for small branches.

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