Dave Breidinger, NTRC Chairman, has set the record straight regarding the Tax Collector in the Township.  In today’s BCCT, Dave’s Letter to the Editor truthfully outlines the events.  It’s sad that others continue to be proven untruthful. After holding a fundraiser on Aug. 3, the Northampton Democrat’s candidate for tax collector suddenly (more…)

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This November, Northampton Township has the opportunity to return greatness, ethical and honest behavior to local Township government.  Meet the people who care about our Community and work solely for ALL residents. Mark Byelich – CRSD Board Region 6 Carol Dubas – Auditor Larry Weinstein – Supervisor Barry Moore – Supervisor (more…)

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This Wednesday evening is the Supervisors’ meeting at the Township Administration Building 55 Township Rd Richboro PA 18954.  These are PUBLIC meetings. There will be a special Flag Presentation honouring United States Army Captain Kevin Loughnane. We encourage all residents to attend. There are several issues both ON and OFF (more…)

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What a great way to have your faith restored in young people and our future!  The Bucks County Teen Age Republicans (BCTARS) held their Winter Reception on Firday Evening, March 8, 2013 at Republican Committee Headquarters in Doylestown PA.  Nearly 100 people were in attendance, representing ALL age groups and interests in (more…)

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Remember when Dr Rose(D) was sworn into office by Hon. Seamus McCaffery(D) in January ’12? Frank Rothermel(D), a “malpractice” and “personal injury” attorney, is well connected to the corrupt Democrats in Philly and Seamus McCaffery.  He brought McCaffery to Northampton Township.  Rothermel has not [yet] been mentioned in the investigation, but the Philadelphia Inquirer (more…)

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“Township Takes Steps to Prevent Another Cell Tower Debacle” Under the Democrat Majority, the Board of Supervisors first ignored the “Cell Tower” issue in Northampton, attempting to hide it from residents.  Good neighbors took to the streets and demanded action as trucks were showing up in front of their homes to (more…)

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