Oct. 23, 2013 minutes – Supervisors

MINUTES OF OCTOBER 23, 2013

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

Present:

Donald R. Leibig, Chairman

Dan K. Hogeland, V. Chairman

Eric J. Weidman, Supervisor

Lorie J. Kupp, Sec./Treas.

PUBLIC COMMENTS:  none 

REPORTS OF ORGANIZATIONS:  none

 

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

ACTION:  none

 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

2014 Budget draft was reviewed and discussed.  Motion by Leibig to advertise the proposed budget for adoption at the Dec. 18, 2013 meeting.  Seconded by Weidman.  All aye, motion carried. 

Penn Dot approval letter (School Bus Stop Ahead Sign – Stricklerstown Rd.) was reviewed and discussed. Only one sign approved, and Leibig doesn’t think it is the best place for it, however the sign is ordered.

Zoning amendment Section 16.14 Subsection A “Accessory Uses” draft was reviewed and discussed.  Motion by Hogeland to direct our Solicitor to advertise and move forward with proposed adoption of the ordinance at the Dec. 18th meeting.  Seconded by Weidman.  All aye, motion carried.

 

NEW BUSINESS:

Advertise appointment of Garcia Garman & Shea, PC as auditors – Secretary questioned the Boards intent.  Motion by Leibig to advertise the intention to appoint Garcia Garman & Shea, PCto do our auditing for the year 2013 accounts.  Seconded by Hogeland.  All aye, motion carried. 

OnDemand Energy proposal was reviewed and tabled.

Roadmaster gave a report.

BILLS/TREASURERS 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 7:31 P.M.  Seconded by Weidman.   All aye, motion carried.

WITNESS:

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Lorie J. Kupp, Sec./Treas.                                              Donald R. Leibig, Chairman