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Commissions and Boards Meetings

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Starting from July 27th, 2016 and onward, the Commissions and Board meeting agendas are also available to view on our agenda software system, hosted by NovusAGENDA:

For Commissions and Board meeting agendas prior to July 27th, 2016 and advisory Commissions and Board meeting agendas please use the below meeting list.

Commissions and Board Meeting Minutes can be found here: Meeting Minutes

For copies of Commissions and Board meeting agendas prior to 2015, please contact the Township Manager Office at 610-649-4000.

Public Participation During Virtual Township Meetings 

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Lower Merion Township Board of Commissioners as well as Township advisory boards are conducting their meetings virtually.  For information regarding how the public can provide comments and/or participate in these meetings, click on the link for the meeting below. 

Historical Architectural Review Board

Regular Monthly Meeting



  1. 19-13 – 22 East Lancaster Avenue, Ardmore – Ardmore Historic District
    Application to install new signage with illuminated letters to replace an existing box sign.

  2. 19-18 – 22 East Lancaster Avenue, Ardmore – Ardmore Historic District
    Application to replace existing storefront windows and entry door. A new transom window will be installed above the front door, which is presently the location of an air conditioning unit.

  3. 19-15 – 404 Arthur’s Round Table, Wynnewood – English Village Historic District
    Applicant to return after this item was tabled in September. Application to enclose a front porch with windows and solid panels. All existing decorative timbers are to remain. Originally open, the porch is currently screened-in. New to the application is the re-creation of a window opening on the rear elevation that had been filled in with stone. 


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