Upper Nazareth Supervisor’s meeting – March 1, 2023
An Auditor position is vacant. Any resident interested in being appointed as Auditor should contact the Township office
Any resident interested in serving on the Environmental Advisory Committee (EAC) should send a Letter of Interest to the Township office
April 1st – Easter Egg Hunt in the field behind the Municipal Building at noon
June 10th – Electronic Recycling Event from 9AM-11AM at 2 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 – Community Days at Tuskes Park
October 28th – Movie Night at Tuskes Park
December 1st – Tree Lighting at the Municipal Building
COURTESY OF THE FLOOR
Jeff Shepard, Lower Nazareth resident and President of the Memorial Library of Nazareth Board, thanked Terry Sayago for her years of service to the Board. Solicitor Gary Asteak thanked Terry for the great reports she provided
A baffle system has been installed in the stormwater basin at Farmview Estates. Weather permitting, workers hope to be able to finish the project in March
Supervisors received two Letters of Interest for the open position on the Library Board. On a vote of 3 to 2, Becky Bartlett was appointed to the Board. (Mike Rinker and Robert Disbrow voted against). Supervisors urged Evan Davis to apply for the position which will open next year.
(Editor’s Note: I thank the Supervisors for appointing me to the Library Board. I especially want to thank Terry Sayago for the great job she did as the Township representative. I am honored to serve our township in this important operation. In order to accept this position, I agreed to resign from my elected position as Auditor. The Township has 30 days to fill the vacancy. Any resident interested in being appointed should contact the Township office).
ENVIRONMENTAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Approval by a vote of 4 to 1 for EAC to pay for a title search and make an offer for a property to preserve open space. (Robert Disbrow voted against)
Approval by a vote of 4 to 1 for EAC to pay for an appraisal of a property under consideration for preservation (Robert Disbrow voted against)
Approval for the Police Department to purchase the CNET Records Management System. Cost will be $12,300 for the first year and $4,550/year going forwards. The current system PD is using is scheduled to be discontinued in 2024
Becky Bartlett covers these meetings because citizens have a right to know what their government is doing.