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Sister cities of Caln Township, Chester County, Pennsylvania

Caln Township is a township in Chester County, Pennsylvania, United States. The population was 13,817 at the 2010 census. The township was founded by settlers from Calne, Wiltshire in England in 1714. The relationship with Calne, Wiltshire, continues today as the two towns are sister cities. Caln is a Township of the First Class. The governing body is a Board of Commissioners. The Board President is Vincent Rose, Vice President Charles Kramer, Board Members Joshua Young, Jim Kruse, Lorraine Tindaro. The Township Manager is Gregory Prowant.

The township owns Ingleside Golf Club and over 200 acres (0.81 km2) of open space and parks. There are 53 employees including 20 police officers. Caln Township contains a commercial center called Thorndale. Within Thorndale there is a SEPTA train station which provides train service to Philadelphia. U.S. Route 30 is a major arterial roadway through Caln Township. There is a public hospital called the Brandywine Hospital and a major Veterans Administration hospital called the Coatesville VA Hospital. Caln Township is a part of the Coatesville School District. The western end of the township along US Business 30 is sometimes referred to as the village of Caln. Historically, there have also been places named Reeceville (northwestern corner), Ingleside (between Caln and Thorndale), Bondsville (north of Thorndale), and Galagherville (between Thorndale and Downingtown) although these names have fallen out of usage except for the roads named after them.

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