Meeting Agenda

AGENDA

DORRANCE TOWNSHIP REGULAR MEETING

Monday, April 8, 2019

PLEDGE

Chair announces that the meeting is being recorded.

CALL TO ORDER: Zane____Wengrzynek____Gallagher____Atty. Karpowich____

PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD: Comments from the floor on agenda items only which will be voted upon by the Supervisors at this meeting.

Motion to accept minutes of last month’s regular meeting: 1st____2nd____Vote: Zane____,Wengrzynek____,Gallagher____.

Motion to accept cash report: 1st____2nd____Vote: Zane_____, Wengrzynek____, Gallagher____.

Motion to pay all bills as presented: 1st____2nd____Vote: Zane____,Wengrzynek____,Gallagher____.

REPORTS: Zoning Fire Co.

Planning Commission Ambulance/EMA Solicitor Recycling

ANNOUNCEMENTS: The next monthly meeting will be held on Monday, May 13, 2019 at 7 pm.

The annual Easter Egg Hunt will be held on Saturday, April 13 at 2 pm. on the Municipal building grounds. Children thru age 12 are welcome. Volunteers will be needed the day of the hunt. If you can help please let Beverly Lukashewski or Pat Davis know. Thanks in advance.

We were awarded $80,000 for a LSA gaming grant to double tar and chip 5 roads. The amount applied for was $105,800.

CORRESPONDENCE: None

OLD BUSINESS: None

NEW BUSINESS: A motion to hold the annual spring cleanup on Saturday, May 4, 2019 from 8 AM until 2 PM behind the Municipal garage.

IT WILL BE LIMITED TO RESIDENTS ONLY AND PROOF OF RESIDENCY WILL BE REQUIRED. EACH CARLOAD WILL BE CHARGED $15.00. SMALL PICKUP TRUCKS AND PULL BEHIND TRAILER LOADS WILL BE CHARGED $20.00 EACH. TRUCKS OVER 3/4 TON WILL BE CHARGED $50.00. BATTERIES WILL BE CHARGED $3.00 EACH AND ALL WHITE APPLIANCES $10.00 EACH. ALL FREON MUST BE

REMOVED FROM REFRIGERATORS, FREEZERS, AIR CONDITIONERS AND DEHUMIDIFIERS OR THEY WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. TIRES WILL BE ACCEPTED AT THE FOLLOWING CHARGES: $2.00 EACH FOR 13”, 14”, AND 15” TIRES, NO RIMS; $5.00 FOR 16” TIRES NO RIMS; $5.00 FOR TRUCK TIRES, NO RIMS, NO TRACTOR TRAILER TIRES WILL BE ACCEPTED; NOTE: TIRES MAY BE DISPOSED OF FREE AT BUTLER TWP. IN THE FALL. ITEMS NOT ALLOWED ARE ELECTRONIC DEVICES, ASBESTOS, SHINGLES, WOOD, PAINT CANS, PROPANE TANKS, HOUSEHOLD GARBAGE OR ANY HAZARDOUS MATERIALS.

ANYONE CAUGHT DUMPING ITEMS AT ANY OTHER TIME WILL BE PROSECUTED. AS IN THE PAST, ANYONE WISHING TO CLEAN UP ANY TOWNSHIP ROAD IS ASKED TO CALL THE TWP. GARAGE FOR BAGS. THEY CAN BE PLACED ON THE SIDE OF THE ROAD AND WILL BE PICKED UP BY THE ROAD CREW.

THE FIRE COMPANY WILL BE AVAILABLE TO ASSIST RESIDENTS WHO ARE IN NEED OF A TRUCK. A REASONABLE DONATION IS REQUESTED. TO ARRANGE FOR A TRUCK THROUGH THE FIRE CO., CALL THE TWP. 570-868-6394 AND LEAVE YOUR NAME, PHONE, AND ADDRESS PRIOR TO FRIDAY, APRIL 26.

1st____2nd____Vote: Zane____,Wengrzynek____,Gallagher____.

A motion to advertise to double tar and chip Sunset Road, Fairway Drive, Sandwedge Drive, Small Mountain Road and Ridge Road once the specs are received. 1st____2nd____Vote: Zane____,Wengrzynek____,Gallagher____.

A motion to advertise to repair and overlay pave St. Mary’s Road from Blytheburn Road to Stairville Road once the specs are received. 1st____2nd____Vote: Zane____,Wengrzynek____,Gallagher____.

PUBLIC COMMENT: By citizens and taxpayers of Dorrance, on matters not appearing on this agenda, the Supervisors will be available after the meeting to address questions and concerns by citizens and taxpayers.

Motion to Adjourn by________. Meeting adjourned at_________.