Every two weeks, there is a meeting of the governing body in the
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Lower Township - Every two weeks, there is a meeting of the governing body in the township of Lower to discuss the major issues confronting the township. The exercise of government brings to mind the words of the late philosopher/comedian George Carlin. His words, "No one seems to notice and no one seems to care." Taxes, drugs, roads, drainage, flooding etc. seem to be absent of any meaningful action, only political jargon. The question becomes is this the meaning of lower government, excuse the pun. Don't we notice inept government, or is it that we just don't care, like a merry-go-round in motion?