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

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Limerick to consider eliminating business setback rule (Phoenixville PA Phoenix)
A number of property owners whose homes are built in light-industrial zones could be impacted by a proposed change to the township’s ordinance that would eliminate the 100-foot setback rule for businesses that build adjacent to the homes.

Spring-Ford board disagrees over disbanding second-grade class (Phoenixville PA Phoenix)
The rejection of a new Spring-Ford School Board member’s suggestion to disband a second-grade class taught by a long-term substitute revealed teachers are not on the chopping block as district officials look for ways to reduce the $129.4 million budget, which calls for a 7 percent property tax hike.

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