Stone& Flick Children Fund

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Stone & Flick Children Fund Established Through Univest Foundation In Partnership With Word FM And Souderton-Telford Rotary Club

Souderton, PA, December 17, 2014 –Word FM, a local, faith-based radio station, and the Souderton-Telford Rotary have partnered with Univest Foundation to establish the Stone & Flick Children Fund to assist in raising funds for the Stone daughters and for Anthony Flick, surviving children who lost their parents and siblings after the devastating tragedy in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania on Monday, December 15.

“We know that we can never put back together the pieces that these children have lost, but our hope is that as the generosity of our community members comes forth, we’ll be able to provide a little peace and comfort,” Word FM station manager, Dave Baker said.

The fund has been jump started with a $5,000 donation – $3,000 of which is from Univest Corporation, $1,000 from Word FM and $1,000 from Souderton-Telford Rotary.

“Our community has been hit hard by this unthinkable tragedy,” said Jim Leary, chief of police for Souderton Borough and president of Souderton-Telford Rotary Club. “We are responding as our community always does – united to show our support for the children who need to know we stand beside them and are here to help them move forward.”

Individuals who are interested in donating can do so in the following ways:

  • Go online to WordFM.org to make a general fund donation via online payment
  • Send checks payable to Univest Foundation and designate “Stone & Flick Children Fund” in the memo line. Mail to: 
    Univest Foundation
    14 North Main Street, PO Box 559
    Souderton, PA 18964
  • If individuals donating wish to direct funds to one of the children, please include their name in the check memo line

Univest Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization so all donations are tax deductible. Donors can be assured that their donations will be secured in a private account, growing with interest until all funds are designated to the children. A funds management team will be formed to handle the disbursements.

For more information on the collection fund, please visit WordFM.org or Souderton-Telford Rotary. Questions related to donations should be directed to Univest Foundation at 215-721-2405.

About Word FM:

Word FM, a branch of Four Rivers Broadcasting, is a local faith-based radio station that works to provide positive messaging and uplifting music daily for everyday living to inspire hope and encourage the community in which it serves.

About Souderton-Telford Rotary:

Souderton-Telford Rotary Club has been serving the local community since 1925.  Our vibrant club is honored to be one of the more than 34,000 Rotary Clubs around the world committed to service above self.

About Univest Foundation:

Established as an independent entity in 2002, Univest Foundation is a 501(c)(3) organization located in Souderton, Pennsylvania. The Foundation supports individual donors and nonprofits in the Greater Delaware Valley Region with their charitable planning needs.

Contacts:

David Baker
Word FM
215-721-2141
dbaker@wordfm.org

Kimberly Detwiler
Univest Foundation/Univest Corporation
215-992-4535
detwilerk@univest.net

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Historical Souderton & Historical Maps

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Souderton Historical District Maps word version Souderton-Historical-District-Maps pdf version and Souderton Historic District CRGIS Report 2018

Brush Pick up Details

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  • Stick and branch pick up is the first Monday of every month.
  • No root balls, shrubs, logs, stumps, leaves, weeds or grass. Sticks and branches should be 1″-6″ diameter and no more than 8′ in length.
  • They must be placed out front or if corner lot on side road NO ALLEY pick ups.
  • Brush should also be stacked in a clean manageable pile free of stones or other debris.
  • Additionally we aren’t able to take whole trees. If you have a tree being taken down your contractor should remove the tree they take down.
  • BRUSH SHOULD BE ON A SEPARATE PILE THAN LEAVES- 

Code Of Conduct

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  1. Souderton Borough Council Office hours are strictly for sharing information and not for decision making.
  2. Residents/business owners will send an email to the borough manager to request a Zoom link to the “Souderton Borough Council Office Hours” and provide their Name/Business, Address, and contact information (phone/email).
  3. Residents/business owners will be provided the Code of Conduct document.
  4. Participants will dress, speak, and act in a professional manner during the office hours.
  5. Residents/business owners can bring concerns and/or ask questions.
  6. Councilors will respond to questions when appropriate or refer residents to the borough website.
  7. Councilors will refer residents/business owners to the borough manager when appropriate.
  8. Councilors will refer residents/business owners to the borough meetings when appropriate to discuss a concern.
  9. Councilors will take notes and report them to the borough council at the Work Session.
  10. No portion of the Souderton Borough Council Office Hours shall be recorded, photographed, or otherwise reproduced in a visual or audio format by anyone.
  11. Councilors reserve the right to “end the virtual meeting” with participants at any time.
  12. No decisions will be made at these virtual “Souderton Borough Council Office Hours.”

Right-to-Know Request Form

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To request public records, download the Right-to-Know Request Form and submit it to the borough office. A response or an interim letter will be sent within five business days of receiving the request. Fees for records are based on the fees recommended by the Pennsylvania Office of Open Records; photocopies will cost 25 cents per page and certified police reports will cost $15 per report. Specialized documents and postage fees will be billed at their actual costs.

For more information on the Right-to-Know Law, visit the Pennsylvania Office of Open Records

Rental Properties

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Any property within the Borough of Souderton that is rented or leased must be annually registered with the Code Enforcement Officer. The annual registration fee is $40.00 plus $ 12.00 per unit. Invoices for Rental Properties will be mailed in April or May every year. The form to update annually is located here. It is also located on left hand side under Forms/ Rental and Business Applications/Landlord Tenant Registration Form. Regulations also require periodic inspections of all rental units to verify compliance with life and safety issues and the Property Maintenance Code. The inspections will occur every three years. The first round of inspection on all registered rental properties has been completed The inspection schedule is broken down by the three wards in Souderton Borough. Inspections of rental properties located in Ward 1 should be scheduling by the end of 2023. Ward 2 properties will begin inspections in 2024 and properties in Ward 3 will be scheduled beginning in 2022. Please note: If the property owner doesn’t reside at the property and there are other people residing at the property then it is a Rental Property.