July 1, 2020 – UNT Supervisors meeting
Community Days 2020 has been cancelled
Municipal parks are open although the bathrooms and fields remain closed
The Fire Department responded to a fire in an ice machine at the Intermediate School
Governor Wolf has signed an order requiring people in Pennsylvania to wear a mask while out in public
Approval to close out the Phase 3C Eagle’s Landing section and release the developer from the 18 month maintenance period and security.
Your Tax Dollars at Work
Approval to renew the contract for Signal Service. The company maintains the township’s traffic lights.
Approval to set the salary for the Alternate Solicitor Zoning Hearing Board.
- The Zoning Hearing Board was held on June 25th where the head solicitor had to recuse himself due to a conflict of interest. The next meeting will be held on either July 13th or 14th
Approval to raise the pay of a Laborer 3 to $19.21/hour
Approval to offer a job to a Seasonal Employee at $11/hour
Approval to offer a job for a part-time Public Works employee at $16.95/hour
Approval for the Community Days committee to have their own bank account. Last year, Community Days produced $2,393.19 in revenue
Approval to offer a job for a part-time police officer.
Planning and Zoning
Approval of a Resolution concerning Schoeneberger Minor Subdivision, provided the owner meets all conditions
Approval to extend the vote on Project Tadmoor until August 5th, this date will fall after the Zoning Hearing Board meeting on July 13th or 14th
The Supervisors discussed opening the parks beyond walking trails. The Public Works Director said the department had done repairs on the fields during the park shutdown. He requested the township not open the fields until August. Gary Asteak said that any future rental agreements should include language that anyone using the facilities must comply with the governor’s orders on masks or other safety instructions. Robert Disbrow suggested the township consider charging a fee to pay for the mandatory cleanup of pavilions after they’ve been rented.
Becky Bartlett covers these meetings because citizens have a right to know what their government is doing.