MINUTES OF SEPTEMBER 9, 2015 – Supervisors

 

 

MINUTES OF SEPTEMBER 9, 2015

The meeting was called to order at 7:00 P.M. by Chairman Donald R. Leibig, commencing with the Pledge to the Flag.

 

Present:               Donald R. Leibig, Chairman

Dan K. Hogeland, V. Chairman

Eric J. Weidman, Supervisor

John D. Enck, Solicitor

Lorie J. Kupp, Sec./Treas.

PUBLIC COMMENTS:

Phoebe Merkel, 308 Stricklerstown Rd. was present regarding a visibility problem at the intersection of Rod & Gun Rd. and Stricklerstown Rd. Leibig will have a talk with the property owner about trimming the bush causing a problem.

REPORTS OF ORGANIZATIONS:

Planning Commission – minutes were received.

Newmanstown Water Authority – minutes were received.     

Greater Lebanon Refuse Authority – minutes were received.

Police Activity report was received.

MINUTES: Motion by Weidman to accept the minutes as printed. Seconded by Leibig. All aye, motion carried.

SOLICITOR:

Proposed zoning map and text amendments – draft ordinance was reviewed. Secretary to make copies for the Planning Commission members to review.

Bomba/Lech septic system agreement – financial security – Solicitor reported that a representative from PNC Bank had called while he was on vacation. He returned the call since he was back in the office, but had yet to hear back from him.

Orioles Home Assoc. – request for resolution for transfer of club license was discussed. Solicitor reported that he had handled one of these in 2004 for another municipality and there are several things that need to be done, including a public hearing. Solicitor will update his research and advice the Board in writing what the next step will be.

International Property Maintenance Code Ordinance was discussed and tabled for further review.

ACTION:

Request for Tax Refund – Craig Mattocks, 26 E. Bethany Rd. – – – -$341.25 was reviewed. Motion by Leibig to refund Craig Mattocks, 26 E. Bethany Rd. $341.25. Seconded by Weidman. All aye, motion carried.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

2015/2016 Salt Bid results – Morton Salt $74.15 per ton reviewed.

NEW BUSINESS:

2016 MMO’s – Uniformed $30,737 & Non-uniformed $8,064 were reviewed and acknowledged.

Lebanon Co. Ag Preservation 2016 funding request was reviewed. File for later consideration when preparing the 2016 budget.

Supervisor Weidman request to be excused from the next meeting was read and approved.

2015 Community Block Grant Program correspondence was reviewed.

DEP correspondence – MS4 – (NPDES permit) – Secretary to call Jim Mohn to inquire if this is something he could prepare for us.

Fire Co./ Fire Police request permission to assist at ELCO sports events: Sept. 18 – 25; Oct. 9 – 30; and Nov. 6, 2015. Motion by Leibig to grant Fire Co. and Fire Police permission to assist at these events out at ELCO. Seconded by Weidman. All aye, motion carried.

Crime Watch request – Blood Drive Oct. 10th request to use the township building and parking lot was reviewed. Motion by Leibig to grant permission to Crime Watch to use this area for their Blood Drive. Seconded by Weidman. All aye, motion carried.

BILL’S/TREASURER’S REPORT: Motion by Leibig to accept the Treasurers Report and pay the bills as money is available. Seconded by Weidman. All aye, motion carried.

ADJOURNMENT: Motion by Hogeland to adjourn the meeting at 8:15 P.M. Seconded by Weidman   All aye, motion carried.