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Bucks Planning Commission Wants Morrisville Residents to Weigh In

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The Bucks County Planning Commission is asking the residents of Morrisville their opinions to update the  comprehensive plan by participating in a community survey which was adopted by officials in 2008.

The Comprehensive Plan is an official public document that serves as a policy guide to decision making in the borough. It is a statement of the community’s future goals and vision for use by the planning commission, Borough Council, private stakeholders and regional, state and federal entities. The plan is periodically reviewed in order to ensure it reflects the most current needs and views of the Borough.

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Morrisville, a release says,  would like to hear the views of as many residents as possible, and is committed to ensuring the community plays an active role in developing the policies that will help shape development in the Borough for the next ten years and beyond.

To ensure that the views of your household are considered in the development of the Comprehensive Plan update, please take a few minutes to complete the following survey. Only one survey is to be completed per household. Please read each question carefully, and answer to the best of your knowledge with your honest opinion.

The point of the weighing in with your thoughts and opinions say county officials is outlining a vision of the municipality’s future and recommending strategies for making that vision a reality. The result of  the public process, is achieving activities aimed at improving the physical, social, and economic environment, for the borough.

Morrisville residents can fill out an anonymous survey by following this link.  The deadline to participate is Thursday, February 20, 2020.  The 144 page plan developed in 2008 can be found here

 

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Health - Bensalem Township

Takata Air Bags Still Under Recall

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The National Highway Traffic and Safety Administration (NHTSA) announced that tens of millions of vehicles with Takata air bags are under recall. Long-term exposure to high heat and humidity can cause these air bags to explode when deployed. Such explosions have caused injuries and deaths.

NHTSA urges vehicle owners to take a few simple steps to protect themselves and others from this very serious threat to safety.

Models flagged as being at an extreme risk are certain 2001 to 2003 Honda and Acura models containing so-called “alpha” airbags, and the 2006 Ford Ranger and Mazda B-Series pickup trucks. Also included are the 1999 BMW 323i and 328i, said in a Consumer Report dated July 10, 2024.

Do Not Drive warnings have been issued for these vehicles by NHTSA.

NHTSA said, a separate group of defective Takata air bags was recalled in late 2019. Unlike the air bag inflators in the larger Takata recalls, this recall involves non-azide driver inflators.

Consumer Reports said, a total of 67 million airbags have been recalled. As of April, 2024, NHTSA reports that 88 percent have been repaired/replaced, still leaving many millions of at-risk airbags on the road.

 

 

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Health - Bensalem Township

Santarsiero, BCHIP to Host Blue Zones Ignite Bucks Area Keynote Events

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State Senator Steve Santarsiero (D-10) and Bucks County Health Improvement Partnership (BCHIP) will host two keynote events, in partnership with the Blue Zones organization, to introduce Blue Zones Ignite Bucks Area to the community.

On July 22nd, Blue Zones Ignite Bucks Area Keynote will take place at 5pm at the Wharf in Bristol Borough.  The keynote will be delivered by Margaret Brown from Blue Zones and will focus on the Lower Bucks area.

On July 23rd, Blue Zones Ignite Bucks Area Keynote will take place at 5pm at the Linksz Pavillion at Bucks County Community College in Newtown Township.  The keynote will be delivered by Dan Buettner, Jr. from Blue Zones and will focus on the Central Bucks area.

Both events will include audience Q&A and will feature a panel of experts from the Blue Zones organization.

WHEN: Monday, July 22, 2024; 5PM

LOCATION: The Wharf, 100 Basin Street, Bristol

WHO:  State Senator Steve Santarsiero

Margaret Brown, Vice President of Business Development, Blue Zones

Kimberly Everett, Executive Director, BCHIP

 

WHEN: Tuesday, July 23, 2024; 5PM

LOCATION: Bucks County Comm. College, Linksz Pavillion, 275 Swamp Road, Newtown

WHO:  State Senator Steve Santarsiero

Dan Buettner, Jr., Executive Vice President, Chief Development Officer, Blue Zones

Kimberly Everett, Executive Director, BCHIP

Blue Zones is based on 20 years of research and scientifically proven lessons of longevity, health and happiness, from the longest-living communities in the world. During the Ignite phase of the partnership, Blue Zones will assess the current state of our Bucks area community’s well-being through engagement and education with local leaders and community members, culminating in recommendations for a full-scale transformation of our area to a Blue Zone.

Blue Zones Ignite Bucks Area includes: Bristol Township, Bristol Borough, Falls Township, Tullytown Borough, Morrisville Borough, Lower Makefield Township, Yardley Borough, Newtown Township, Newtown Borough, Upper Makefield Township, Solebury Township, New Hope Borough, Buckingham Township, Doylestown Township, Doylestown Borough, Plumstead Township, New Britain Township, New Britain Borough and Chalfont Borough.

Public RSVPs are requested online at https://www.senatorstevesantarsiero.com/bluezonesignitebucksareakeynote/.

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CHIP – Pennsylvania’s Health Insurance, Uninsured Children/Teens

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Is your child or teen in need of health insurance? No matter the reason(s) your children might not have health insurance, CHIP (handled by the Department of Human Services) may be able to help you.

Since 1992, when signed into law by then-Governor Robert P. Casey, the Children’s Health Insurance Program — or CHIP — continues to be Pennsylvania’s program to provide health coverage to uninsured children and teens who are not eligible for or enrolled in Medicaid/Medical Assistance.

There are a lot of reasons kids may not have health insurance — maybe their parents lost a job, don’t have health insurance at work, or maybe other options just cost too much. Whatever the reason, CHIP may be able to help.

According to the Department of Human Services, nine out of 10 CHIP parents report satisfaction with their child’s health plan, and 96 percent received an appointment for checkups and vaccinations as soon as they wanted.

For more information on CHIP, check out CHIP – Department of Human Services.

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