20090610-24Hours100px-ZlomekThe Limerick Post scanned available news feeds during recent days and found these stories of local interest.

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FBI visits Limerick township office again (WhatsThe422.com)
Last week, an agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation visited the Limerick Township building for at least the second time in 19 months.

Two swine flu vaccine clinics offered (The Lansdale Reporter)
The Montgomery County Health Department Monday announced that two walk-in H1N1 flu clinics – one of them in Gilbertsville PA, eight miles northwest of Limerick – have been scheduled for those considered at highest risk for contracting the viirus commonly known as swine flu.

Valley Forge deer in the cross-hairs: West Chester group sues NPS (WhatsThe422.com)
This winter season, the National Park Service at Valley Forge plans to lure deer into open fields at nighttime with apples and grain. The deer will then be shot with silenced rifles. Two animal rights groups, one of them based in West Chester, are taking the NPS to court.

Week of November 16 2009 Construction Report (422Improvements.com)
Road resurfacing and construction.

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