Lehigh Valley comments - both maps

As a resident of Upper Macungie township, I was disturbed to see the LRC's House map splitting our township again (it had been split 2001-2011). I remember how confusing it was to have a neighbor have a different Rep. Upper Macungie is one of the largest townships in terms of population and growth. Also, District 131 is as broken as it is today--spanning three different counties, unnecessarily. On Fair District's Peoples Map, we were paired with Lower Macungie, which makes the most sense as we are similar in growth, demographics and shared economies. The FDPA People's Map also did a better job at addressing the southern and northern portions of the Lehigh Valley, and also kept Hanover Township in Northampton County whole. Carol Kuniholm submitted maps to you on Jan 6, keeping in mind that you talked about only making minor modifications. I think her map does a better job than the LRC's for the Lehigh Valley. https://www.redistricting.state.pa.us/comment/submission/1993 The same goes for the Senate maps, keeping under the constraint of making just minor modifications, Kuniholm's Senate map submission addresses the two egregious issues for the Lehigh Valley - splitting Allentown and splitting Bethlehem. https://www.redistricting.state.pa.us/comment/submission/1995