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Pike Creek Golf Course

As you may or may not be aware, the County is involved in litigation over the Pike Creek golf course.  A hearing was held over a year ago and a verbal decision was issued at that time.  However, a written decision has not yet been received.  Our office has learned that, as a result, the Court has reassigned the case to a new judge, Judge Wallace.  Judge Wallace has stated resolving this matter is a priority for him and plans to issue a formal decision in the immediate future.

In an effort to assist the Judge, the parties are to submit a written outline to include the procedural background, arguments raised and rulings issued.  Currently, the Court does not intend to hold any further hearings on this matter nor will there be additional arguments or briefings on the matter.  We will continue to keep you updated on the matter as more information is received.

National Drug Take Back Day

Saturday, April 27th is National Drug Take Back Day.  Medicines play an important role in treating health conditions and diseases, but they must be disposed of with care to avoid harming the environment.  Turn in your unused or expired medication for safe disposal from 10 AM - 2 PM.  To locate a collection site near you, click HERE.

Electronic Goods/Paper Shredding

Also on Saturday, April 27th, there will be an Electronic Goods Recycling/Paper Shredding Event held at Barley Mill Plaza off Lancaster Pike and Centre Road from 8 AM - 2 PM.  Bring Electronic Goods such as, old computers, printers, CD players, microwaves, telephones, TVs, game boys, etc.  Residents can also bring up to 2 files boxes of personal and confidential papers for shredding.  Papers with staples or paper clips are accepted.

I hope you have found this information useful and will share it with your family and friends.  As always, if you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact my office.

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