About two dozen Falls residents attended a recent earned income tax information session and asked various questions related to filing requirements and taxable income.
Falls officials, along with representatives from Keystone Collections – the county-designated EIT collector for Bucks County school districts and municipalities – took questions in-person and via zoom from residents related to Falls Township’s Jan. 1, 2023 enactment of an EIT.
Please click on the box below to read the entire article, view the EIT Informational meeting video and view handouts from Keystone Collections Group for residents and businesses.
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BS&A Online Permit Applications
Online Permit Applications are now available through BS&A. If you are a contractor or a homeowner, you can apply online.
Retro Fitness of Fairless Hills
Bill Zolnowski has been going to the gym and bodybuilding his whole life. When it came time to start a business, Zolnowski blended his fitness expertise with his entrepreneurial spirit to become the owner of the Retro Fitness in Fairless Hills.
“I’ve worked in sales 20 plus years,” he said. “I always just wanted to own my own business.”
And while the thought of opening a “Bill’s Gym” crossed his mind, owning a franchise location seemed a bit easier.
Anchored by Funzilla and Big Lots in the Lincoln Highway shopping center, the gym, which had opened 10 years prior, was in bad shape when Zolnowski took the helm in August 2021. The signature red and yellow walls made for gaudy backdrops behind dilapidated fitness equipment. Danielle Pellegrini, Zolnowski’s fitness director, who at the time was a member, described her boss as being the catalyst who “saved the gym.”
Notice is hereby given that as of June 26, 2023, and thereafter until further notice, the Falls Township Board of Supervisors will hold its regularly scheduled meetings on the fourth Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m., at the Middletown Township Municipal Building, 3 Municipal Way, Langhorne, PA 19047, as further set forth on the agenda posted on the Township’s website, at www.fallstwp.com. Until further notice, the meetings shall be held in a hybrid format, with the in-person component to take place at 3 Municipal Way, Langhorne, PA 19047. Members of the public are permitted to attend the meeting in person. Members of the public are also permitted to view the meeting through a virtual format as set forth on the Township website, but no participation or public comment will be taken through the virtual format. All public comment will be taken in person. Comments or questions are encouraged to be submitted in advance of the meeting to email@example.com. If a member of the public would like to participate but requires assistance or accommodation, please contact the Township at firstname.lastname@example.org or (215) 949-9000, extension 203 prior to 10:00 a.m. on the day of the regularly scheduled meeting.
Would you like to help guide the future business initiatives, historic preservation, and neighborhood traffic concerns in Falls Township?
Falls Township is seeking volunteers to serve on ten advisory boards. The level of involvement varies, with some bodies meeting on an as-needed basis, while others play a larger or more active role.
Serving on boards, commissions and committees is a great way for residents to stay updated about the topics of greatest interest. Volunteers can take pride in helping to shape their community now and into the future.
Against the backdrop of dwindling host community fees from Waste Management and to prevent financially impacting senior citizens and residents living on fixed incomes, the Falls Township Supervisors begrudgingly approved enacting a 1-percent earned income tax.
Following a presentation from Peter Angelides of EConsult Solutions Inc., and comments and questions from the Supervisors and several residents, the board on Monday voted 4-1 in favor of implementing the EIT, which took effect on Jan. 1, 2023. Supervisor John Palmer cast the lone no vote.
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