Supervisor’s Meeting – April 5, 2016
Community Concerns & Announcements
Nick Robibero, from Troop 44, is holding a spaghetti dinner this Sunday (4/10) at the Bushkill Fire House from 3-7 to help fund his Eagle Project at Tuskes Park.
Curbside yard waste clean up begins next week on April 11th. Check the website for the pick up schedule.
On April 16th, there will be an electronics recycling event at the Intermediate School (9:00 AM – Noon) and the yard waste facility at Friedenstahl Ave will open.
The police have received, and will soon install, a Medical Return box for non-liquid prescription medications.
The Zoning Board has turned down a proposal for a Hot Asphalt Plant on Tatamy Road due to lack of information in the initial submission. The company is free to reapply.
The Board of Supervisors did not set a date or provide advertising funds for the Community Yard Sale this year.
The Supervisors approved several motions to allow the township to apply for FEMA funds to pay for the snow removal during the big January storm.
Some residents of Farmview Estates are organizing a clean up of roadside litter on April 23rd (weather permitting). The bags will be dropped off with the township for disposal.
A summer employee will move into an open part-time Public Works position at $14.34 an hour.
Crosswalks will be painted across Friedenstahl Avenue at 2nd, 4th, and 5th Streets.
Longley Road has been added to the list for Road Service Treatment this summer.
- Affected residents will be notified prior to the start of work in the area via door hangers on their mailboxes.
Hoch Street will be a one way street north as soon as the signs are posted. (Ordinance #171)
There was a discussion on changing the parking on Newport Avenue to the East side only.
Your Tax Dollars at Work
An approval for Road Service Treatment Project which will cost a total of $104,971.
Approval of $528 plus mileage and meals for Township Manager, E.J. Mentry, to attend the APMM conference.
Approval for the cost to purchase One Way road signs for Hoch Avenue.
Becky Bartlett is an Upper Nazareth resident and covers these meetings because residents have a right to be informed about what their government is doing.