June 2, 2021 – UNT Supervisor’s Meeting
The Nazareth Memorial Library is celebrating its 70th birthday this week.
A resident (me) pointed out that the agenda had not been available on the website prior to the meeting. Administration explained that they are currently short-staffed.
Approval of Ordinance No. 185 which establishes an Environmental Advisory Council.
Seven residents will sit on the board, serving 3-year staggered terms. They will monitor the Open Space program and make recommendations to supervisors. They will not receive payment for their services but can appropriate funds for expenses.
Five residents have already expressed interest in joining the board. Any resident who would like to serve should contact Township Manager Lisa Klem at firstname.lastname@example.org
Public Works wants to purchase an asphalt planer and a roller for $79,726.40. The township has received an LSA grant from the County for $35,000. With $20,000 from the budget, Supervisors would have to approve taking an additional $24,726 from the equipment fund. A discussion followed the debate about how Public Works is running out of space to store their trucks and other equipment.
Becky Bartlett covers these meetings because citizens have a right to know what their government is doing.