In Twp. of Cranberry v. Spencer, Appellant appealed from the trial court’s order, which imposed fines for six different properties at six separate docket numbers pursuant to complaints filed by the Township of Cranberry based on the operation of a junkyard in violation of Township ordinances. To comply with the rule established by Commonwealth v. Walker, 185 A.3d 969 (Pa. 2018), Appellant was required to file individual notices of appeal for each of the six cases, as they had not been consolidated before the trial. The Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court quashed five of the appeals because separate notices of appeal were not filed. The Court reviewed the record for the lone properly-filed appeal and affirmed the trial court, determining that the court did not err in imposing a fine.