May 18, 2022 – UNT Supervisor’s Meeting
June 1st at 5:30PM – School District will hold a “Parade of Graduates” along Friedenstahl Ave and East Lawn Road. Police and Fire departments will provide escorts.
June 17th at 8:30PM (Rain date June 18th) – Movie night at Tuskes Park – En Canto. Popcorn and food/ice cream trucks will be present.
The township has an opening for a representative to the NBMA. Interested volunteers should send a letter to the township office.
There is a development on Michaels School Road under review by the Planning Commission.
Approval for Keystone Engineering to do a survey of the area around Mt Vernon and 1st Street where there have been repeated problems with storm water drainage
This week the Court affirmed the determination by the Zoning Board that the development at the Tadmor 2 site is a warehouse. Several supervisors requested an accounting for how much the resident’s lawsuits cost the township.
Approval for Gary Asteak to amend an existing ordinance on Animal Waste management to meet the permit requirements for the MS4 program. The ordinance will have to be drafted and advertised before the September deadline.
Approval by a 3-to-2 vote to waive pavilion rental fees for 3 Nazareth Memorial Library events this summer. (Mike Rinker and Rob Disbrow voted against)
Approval for the HomeTown Press to publish the 2022 newsletter
PLANNING & ZONING
Approval of allowing the Sabatino homeowners to make their lot larger by adjusting the lines while not vacating the streets.
Approval to put a 12 inch toe for a mower up for auction on Municibid
Approval to pay $8,766 to replace the playground decking at Creekside Park.
Brian Sayago expressed an interest in surveying the residents in the area to see what kind of improvements they’d like to see in that park.
ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION COMMITTEE
Has received a 2nd application for open space preservation.
Chief Cope sent a letter to the Police at the School District about the gate at 4th Street being left open during sporting events. The problem probably won’t be an issue again until August.
Becky Bartlett covers these meetings because citizens have the right to know what their government is doing.