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Townships

"East Whiteland Township, located about 20 miles west of the City of Philadelphia, in east-central Chester County, is a family-oriented community with a strong economic base."

"Mission Statement: Tredyffrin Township provides superior local government services for public safety, infrastructure, fiscal management, stewardship, and community involvement, and commits a dedicated staff to serve the common good."
 
"In 1682, the counties of Chester, Philadelphia and Bucks were delineated within William Penn’s Providence of Pennsylvania. An 8.2 square mile area, a north/south diamond of rolling hills in the extreme eastern portion of Chester County became Easttown Township in 1704."
 
"Radnor Township is a community rich in history and full of promise for a vibrant future. Home to beautiful parks, a dynamic downtown, award-winning schools and universities, top-notch municipal services, global companies, and nationally recognized conservation efforts, it's no surprise Radnor Township was named one of the top 25 "Top-earning Towns" by CNNMoney, one of the top 100 "Best Places to Live and Launch" by Fortune Small Business Magazine, and "The Best Place to Live in the Suburbs", one of "The Most Family-Friendly Philly Suburbs" by Philadelphia Magazine and one of "The 10 Best Cities in Pennsylvania" by Movoto Real Estate."
 
"Lower Merion Township was first settled in 1682 by Welsh Quakers who were granted a tract of land by William Penn. In 1713, Lower Merion was established as an independent Township with about 52 landholders and tenants. In 1900, the Township was incorporated as a Township of the First Class."