On Thursday, October 19, 2023 the Board of Commissioners held an advertised Special Meeting to discuss plausible options of how to realign the Township's Ward boundaries to create a more even distribution of population throughout the Township. As a result of the work at that meeting, the Board of Commissioners of Upper Chichester Township voted […]
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Upper Chichester District Court 32-1-36
Honorable David R. Griffin
526 W. Ridge Road Linwood, Pennsylvania 19061-4219
Upper Chichester District Court 32-2-38
Honorable Diane Holefelder
2901 Dutton Mill Road / Suite 120 Aston, Pennsylvania 19014-0185
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A very important message from our UCPD: Tips to make sure your mailed checks are not removed from post office boxes: The Upper Chichester Police Department are investigating reports that personal checks have been removed from Post Office mailboxes throughout the Township. According to postal authorities, a group, or groups, have been able to duplicate […]