Notwithstanding The Good Intentions that I am sure that Township Supervisors otherwsie have, This Proposal is ILLEGAL.
The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania does NOT Allow Local Governmental Units to Regulate Firearms, and This Includes Public Property and Public Buildings.
Specifically 18 Pa.C.S. 6120 Preempts and Precludes Falls Township from taking any such Action Governing Firearms.
You can find 18 Pa.C.S. here: http://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/...n=20&subsctn=0
P.S.: You can Open Carry ANY Firearm You Legally Own without any need for a Pennsylvania License to Carry Firearms while going about Your Business on Foot as a Pedestrian. The Only Things You can not do while Openly Carrying without a Permit are: Open Carry in Schools, Open Carry in Courthouses, Open Carry in an Area Effected by a State of Emergency Declaration which is Currently Active, or Open Carry on Public Property in Philadelphia.