Sept. 11, 2013 – Supervisors minutes

MINUTES OF SEPTEMBER 11, 2013

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:  none

REPORTS OF ORGANIZATIONS:

Recreation Board – Bob Wright was present with the minutes from the June, July and August meetings.

Planning Commission – minutes were received.  Sites subdivision plan was recommended for a positive review.  Board reviewed and signed the plan.  Sites Sewage Module was reviewed.  Motion by Leibig to adopt Resolution #091113 amending the Township’s Act 537 Plan for the Sites subdivision.  Seconded by Weidman.  All aye, motion carried.  Richland View 1 lot Sewage Module was reviewed.  Lot will be hooked up to public sewer.  Motion by Leibig to adopt Resolution #091113-A amending the Township’s Act 537 Plan for Richland View development.  Seconded by Hogeland.  All aye, motion carried. 

Millcreek  – Richland Joint Authority – July & August minutes and financial reports were received.

 

Newmanstown Water Authority –  minutes were received.

Greater Lebanon Refuse Authority – August & September minutes were received.

Police Activity report was received.

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

SOLICITOR:

Zoning map update – Solicitor reported on his research of the small section of the C2 District off of Stricklerstown Rd.  After reviewing the 1973 Ordinance found in township’s records, and information at the County Assessment office, Enck could not find any official documentation showing when or if the portion in question was ever included in the C2 District. This section is a small portion of a 17.16 Acre parcel owned by Schillerman’s. Should the Board choose to add this section to the new updated zoning map an ordinance would need to be prepared, otherwise we should conclude that the current Official Zoning map on the wall is accurate.  Secretary to contact Jamie to discuss this with her. 

Police Collective Bargaining Agreement was presented to the Board for their consideration.  Motion by

Weidman to enter into the agreement between the Township of Millcreek, Lebanon County and the Millcreek Township Police Officers Association for 2014 through 2018 as presented.  Seconded by Hogeland.  All aye, motion carried.

 

Wingert Plan – Solicitor reported that the plan hasn’t been recorded yet, the recorder was having trouble indexing it since this is a different kind of plan.  Expenses incurred during the process of this Private Street plan were discussed.

ACTION: 

Tax Refund request from Justin & Angela Moyer in the amount of $32.41 per the Lebanon County Assessment Office was reviewed.  Motion by Leibig to refund $32.41 to Justin & Angela Moyer, 409 Eagles Peak Rd.  Seconded by Weidman.  All aye, motion carried.

Junkyard License renewal application from Vincent Lombardo was reviewed.  Motion by Leibig to approve the application for junkyard license on Stricklerstown Rd. for Vince Lombardo.   Seconded by Weidman.  All aye, motion carried.   

Flagger Training  – Oct. 10th at N. Lebanon Township discussed. Donald, Art, Jim & Randy are all due for renewal.    Registration fee $50 per person  Motion by Leibig that the four people be sent to renew their flagger training cards.  Seconded by Weidman.  All aye, motion carried.

 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS:  none

NEW BUSINESS:

2014 MMO – Non-uniformed $7,679, Uniformed $26,304 were reviewed and acknowledged.

PIRMA Loss Control Inspection – 2 recommendations read.  Work has already been completed so Secretary will send back the form with dates completed to the Insurance Co.

Bridge Inspection Report reviewed.

On Demand e-mail regarding re-enrolling in electricity purchasing program was reviewed and discussed.  Board not interested in renewing at this time.

Generators purchased from Federal Surplus in 2012 were discussed.  One generator does work, but hasn’t been hooked up yet.  The second one is junk, and Leibig is waiting for a rep from Federal Surplus to get back to him regarding returning it for credit.

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.

ADJOURNMENTMotion by Hogeland to adjourn the meeting at 8:35P.M.  Seconded by Weidman   All aye, motion carried.