November 17, 2021 – UNT Supervisor’s Meeting
The UNT Fire Department will hold its annual Santa Run on December 11th. For a $10 donation, Santa will deliver a present to your child on a fire engine. For information, call Joe Passaro at 484-542-1939
The yard waste facility on Friedenstahl Ave. will close after this Saturday, Nov. 20th.
Leaf pick up will continue until they stop falling
I thanked Gary Asteak, the township and the Supervisors for assisting the residents of Farmview Estates with the lawsuit filed by Faust Family Partnership.
Mike Rinker wants to start inviting heads of departments to the first meeting of each month to improve communication.
Approval of the study to reduce speed on Schoeneck Avenue and Friedenstahl Avenue to 25 mph. An ordinance will be advertised to make the change and it will be voted on at the December 15th meeting.
Gary petitioned the court in regards to the lawsuit filed against all homeowners in Farmview Estates to strike the order for notification to be carried out via a newspaper advertisement. On the judge’s order, notification will now be done by certified mail. Any returned letters will require the Plaintiff (Faust Family Limited Partnership 2) to serve the notice in person, probably by a Sheriff’s deputy or a constable. The lawsuit should not affect loan applications or sales. If they do, Gary requests people contact him for help. Gary recommends that homeowners whose property is adjacent to the area in question hire their own attorney.
Approval for the installation of private fire hydrants in Heritage Village Phases 5 & 6. Heritage Village will pay for the annual inspection of the hydrants.
The Supervisors accepted Robert Disbrow’s resignation from the Reaction Board.
The Recreation Board recently received a presentation on a Pickle Ball court. A location for where to install one hasn’t been chosen yet.
Officer Rosato (sp?) will give up his corporal ranking and will return to being a detective.
The Vigilance Hose Company will hold a St. Patrick’s Day Shamrock 5K race on March 19, 2022.
A discussion to readdress an ordinance for nuisance alarms.
Becky Bartlett covers these meetings because citizens have a right to know what their government is doing.