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Solebury Township

From its founding in 1702, Solebury has been a community that prides itself on the participation of residents in the life of the community. From churches, to ball fields to public meetings, residents of Solebury play an active role in the community.

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Money for Open Space Drying Up

Preservation officials say a new bond issue is needed to continue saving land in Bucks.
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Bucks Flood Vctims

Bucks County will open a disaster recovery center in New Hope at noon today for county residents hit by recent floods.
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2,000 Acres Preserved in Solebury

Sunday afternoon, Solebury Township officials celebrated a milestone of reaching 2,000 acres of permanently preserved open space through the township's active land preservation program at a commemoration ceremony at Spring Mill Farm.
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Where Open Land Is Valued

When it comes to land preservation, this rural Bucks County community has emerged as a regional leader, having amassed nearly 5,000 acres, or about a quarter of its total land area.
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More space for Township staffers

The newly renovated Solebury Township building opened for business Monday with three times the space of the original and the personal touch of local artists.
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Solebury Twp. Building Addition

After two years of holding public meetings in trailers across from the Township Building, Solebury will get not one new meeting room but two.
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New Township Hall

Members of Solebury's Board of Supervisors officially cut the ribbon this month on a bigger, more citizen-friendly township hall. Three times the size of the original building, the new hall has more meeting rooms, updated technology and serves as a showcase for the township's history and culture.
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Landslide Victory for Preservation

Solebury Township voters overwhelmingly approved a land preservation bond issue, the fourth time they have shown their strong commitment to Pennsylvania's most successful preservation program.
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