May 19, 2021 – UNT Supervisors Meeting
A resident asked when the public would be able to attend the meetings in person again. Answer: beginning in June. The meetings will continue to be available on-line for a while.
Approval of the Sewage Facilities Planning Module for Project Tadmoor – This if for the proposed warehouse on Gun Club Road.
Approval for Gary Asteak to advertise Ordinance No. 185 to establish an Environmental Advisory Council. The board will consist of 7 members serving staggered 3 year terms. At least three residents have already applied to serve on the Environmental Advisory Council.
Approval of a lease agreement with R.C. Lonestar, Inc. which owns the 6.63 acres where the Yard Waste facility is located on Friedenstahl Avenue. The township will pay $1 a year and arrange for the reimbursement of property’s real estate taxes. Gary plans on filing an appeal with the County to waive the tax.
The 2021 1st Quarter Nationwide Police Pension Report is available for review.
The 2021 1st Quarter Girard Police Pension Report is available for review.
Approval for HomeTown Press to publish the 2021 Fall and 2022 Spring Newsletters.
Approval for Permit Tracking Software and CS Data Software (CS Data Software costs ~$2,400)
Approval to waive pavilion rental fees for 4 story time events hosted by the Nazareth Memorial Library.
Your Tax Dollars at Work
Approval to raise the hourly wage of a part-time employee at the Yard Waste facility from $10 to $15.
Approval to conditionally hire 2 full-time police officers
Approval for a $42,000 police vehicle (price includes equipment)
Approval of an appointment to the Recreation Board (Sounded like George Castor)
Approval to reopen the bathrooms at Tuskes Park.
Approval to close Liberty Street from 4:30 – 9:30PM on June 4th for a High School Graduation
Chief Cope reported repeated problems with horses escaping from a property on Schoolhouse Road. He requested the township write an ordinance requiring owners to keep their livestock properly penned.
Becky Bartlett covers these meetings because citizens have the right to know what their government is doing.