Upper Nazareth Supervisor’s meeting – February 1, 2023
April 1st – Easter Egg Hunt in the field behind the Municipal Building
June 10th – Electronic Recycling Event from 9AM-11AM at two locations: the Yard Waste Facility on Friedenstahl Avenue and Tuskes Park. UNT Residents only!
June 16th – Movie Night at Tuskes Park
June 17th – Paint in the Park (Fundraising event)
August 26th – Paint in the Park (Fundraising event)
August 26th – Movie Night at Tuskes Park
September 7th, 8th & 9th – Tentative dates for Community Days at Tuskes Park
October 28th – Movie Night at Tuskes Park
December 1st – Tree Lighting at the Municipal Building
Gary Asteak made an announcement at the opening of the meeting, explaining that, due to staff illness, the agenda had been posted late. Because of this, Supervisors were not able to take direct action on certain items such as approving bills.
COURTESY OF THE FLOOR
Brian Panella introduced himself to the supervisors, explaining that he is running for Judge of the Court of Common Pleas. He gave a summary of his professional experience which includes as working for several municipalities and for the Northampton County Children, Youth & Family Division.
A resident distributed paperwork to the Supervisors and Solicitor concerning a public trust, accepting the oath of office and proof of a claim of jurisdiction.
A committee to address drainage concerns in Farmview Estates will meet soon and report to the Supervisors at an upcoming meeting.
ENVIRONMENTAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE
George Kowalczyk introduced himself to the Supervisors explaining that he’d like to serve on the EAC. The Supervisors will take a vote on his appointment at their February 15th meeting.
Becky Bartlett covers these meetings because citizens have a right to know what their government is doing.