Finally…it’s working!! – left turn arrow on Wynnewood Rd.

After what seems like an eternity, the long-needed left-hand turn arrow at the intersection of Wynnewood Rd. at Lancaster Ave. went operational on April 23.

The WCA has been advocating for this improvement for years and now, thanks to the efforts of State Rep. Tim Briggs, township officials, and Kimco Realty (developer of the Whole Foods site) the new signal is finally a reality.

 

The new left turn arrow signal facilitates left turns onto Lancaster Ave. (towards Lankenau Hospital) for traffic headed south on Wynnewood Rd. and should ease congestion and improve safety at that intersection and surrounding neighborhoods.

Lower Merion Twp. Dump Days…this Month

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Saturday, April 13th & Sunday, April 14th
Saturday, April 27th & Sunday, April 28th
9:00 AM to 4:00 PM
at the Lower Merion Public Works Complex
1300 N Woodbine Avenue, Penn Valley

Dispose of your unwanted refuse and recyclables — household appliances, textiles, plastic, glass, newsprint, and plain old trash — without charge!

Proof of residency is required (such as a driver’s license).

Township crews will help residents unload.

Recyclable material must be separated from other household trash.

Take advantage of the Township’s recycling drop-off center. Recycle mixed paper, textiles and commingled items.

Several non-profit organizations will have representatives on hand to collect, bicycles, furniture, clothing and more:

  • Harmonious Volunteer Center (furniture, toys, clothing)
  • Neighborhood Bike Works (bicycles)

NO HAZARDOUS WASTE WILL BE ACCEPTED ON THESE WEEKENDS

The household hazardous waste collection program is sponsored by Montgomery County. The County sponsors Collection sites for Safe Disposal of Household Hazardous Waste. Call 610-278-3618 for more information.

Household hazardous waste cannot be disposed of with regular household waste. This includes products such as motor oil, antifreeze, turpentine, furniture stripper, household pesticides, drain and oven cleaners and items like swimming pool chemicals. No electronics equipment will be collected on this day. For further information please call the Regional Household Hazardous Waste Hot Line at 215-238-9991.