Janaury 7, 2019

 

                              Edward Wilson

                              Kerry Bumbaugh

Solicitor: Linus Fenicle

 

  1. Meeting of Quincy Township Board of Supervisors was called to order at 6:30 p.m. by Supervisor Bumbaugh followed by the Pledge of Allegiance. Three residents were in attendance. 

     

  2. A Wilson/Bumbaugh motion approved Supervisor Gunder as temporary Chairman and Vicki Nunemaker as temporary Secretary.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

  1. A Wilson/Bumbaugh motion nominated/approved Supervisor Gunder as Chairman. Motion carried unanimously.

 

  1. A Gunder/Wilson motion nominated/approved Supervisor Bumbaugh as Vice Chairman. Motion carried unanimously.

 

  1. A Bumbaugh/Wilson motion nominated/approved Vicki Nunemaker as Secretary/Treasurer and keeping the bond the same as last year. Motion carried unanimously.

 

  1. A Wilson/Bumbaugh motion reaffirmed the employment of the Administrative/Planning, Roadmaster, Road Crew, Sewer & Water Plant Operators, Clerical Billing, Seasonal/Part-Time employees and EMAs. Motion carried unanimously.

     

  2. A Bumbaugh/Wilson motion approved the Solicitor for the Township as Linus Fenicle, Planning Commission as Edward Wine, Zoning Hearing Board and Appeals Board as Jeffrey Evans and Eckert Seaman and Jon Cox as special counsel. Motion carried unanimously.

 

  1. A Bumbaugh/Wilson motion approved reappointing the same Township Engineers which are Martin & Martin, William F. Brindle, Dwayne DelGrande and Sewage Enforcement Officer is JWP and CS Davidson as our Bridge engineer. Motion carried unanimously.

 

  1. A Bumbaugh/Wilson motion approved reappointing Emily Moore as Chairman of the vacancy board. Motion carried unanimously.

 

  1. A Bumbaugh/Wilson motion approved our residents using Accredited Services, Commonwealth Code and Pa Municipal Alliance for building permits. Motion carried unanimously.

 

  1. A Gunder/Bumbaugh motion approved Accredited Services as the Zoning and Code Enforcement Officials. Motion carried unanimously.

 

  1. A Bumbaugh/Wilson motion approved F & M Trust, BB & T, M & T, Orrstown Bank and PLGIT as the depositories for 2019. Motion carried unanimously.

     

  2. The following representatives were approved on a Wilson/Bumbaugh motion to the appropriate Boards:

FCATB & TCC – Bob Gunder, Primary, and Vicki Nunemaker, Alternate

Vision 2015 – Edward Wilson

COG – Bob Gunder, Primary & Kerry Bumbaugh, Alternate

WIDC – Kerry Bumbaugh, Primary & Travis Schooley or Bob Gunder, Alternates

EMA – Kerry Bumbaugh, Primary & Shawn Adolini or Joel Oyler, Alternates

Drug Task Force – Kerry Bumbaugh & Bob Gunder

Ag Advisory Board – Bob Gunder, Primary & Ed Wilson, Alternate

All Emergency (911, Emergency alliance, burn issues) – Kerry Bumbaugh, Primary & Corey Kaiser or Bob Gunder, Alternates

 

  1. The Board reaffirmed the Tax Collector rate at 5% on a Wilson/Gunder motion. Motion carried unanimously.

 

  1. A Gunder/Wilson motion approved using the recommended Federal Mileage reimbursement rate for use of POV for Township Business for 2019 of 58 cents and 20 cents per mile for driver if using a Township vehicle. Also, approved keeping 12 holidays, 5 personal & vacation days according to length of employment, Life Insurance & Health/Dental Insurance Plan or reimbursement as appropriate, and reimbursement for expenses for attendance at the County and PSATS Educational Conference.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

  1.  A Bumbaugh/Wilson motion approved give a 3% COLA to all the employees. Motion carried unanimously.

     

  2. A Bumbaugh/Wilson motion approved all Supervisors attending the full PSATS Educational Conference and the voting delegates of Secretary/Treasurer, Primary, and Supervisor Gunder, Alternate, with regular staff attending for one day of their choosing.  Motion carried unanimously.

 

  1. The Minutes of December 20, 2018 and the bills for December 2018 except those paid to the Supervisors were approved on a Bumbaugh/Wilson motion. Motion carried unanimously.

 

  1. During the initial public comment, Cathy Misner mentioned the wall behind the gazebo at the park. She stated that after dark some people who do not know that the wall is there might fall over the wall, injuring themselves. She just wanted to bring it to the Board’s attention so they could think about additional lighting or a retainer on top of the wall.

 

  1. A Bumbaugh/Wilson motion approved the 2019 Fee Schedule with minor modifications. The main change to the schedule is to the increase in SEO Inspections (Item #30) on the schedule. Motion carried unanimously.

 

  1. A Bumbaugh/Wilson motion approved reappointing Harold Moritz to the Planning Commission. Motion carried unanimously.

 

  1. A Gunder/Wilson Motion approved reappointing Supervisor Bumbaugh to the Sewer Authority. Motion carried unanimously.

 

  1. The 2019-2020 Salt Contract for 300 tons purchased through Costars was approved on a Bumbaugh/Wilson Motion. Motion carried unanimously.

 

  1. A Bumbaugh/Wilson motion approved Resolution 2019-2, Following the State Record Retention Manual for retention of Township records. Motion carried unanimously.

 

  1. The Township has received our Liquid Fuels Audit report. There were no findings during the audit. Rick Levan, Penn DOT District 8 representative, has okayed the reports for our 2018 projects.

 

  1. The Township General Fund ended calendar year 2018 in the black and there is not tax increase planned for 2019.

 

  1. A Bumbaugh/Wilson motion approved the billing clerk carrying 7 hours of vacation time over into 2019. Motion carried unanimously.

 

  1. Supervisor Gunder addressed the 5 delinquent accounts that have both water and sewer which have been turned over to Portnoff. Two are on payment plans, two are proven hardship cases and one is not connected to public water.

 

  1. Solicitor Fenicle informed the Board that a hearing is to be held in February for Transource Power Line.  Also on Friday, January 11, 2019 at 10 a.m. there is a hearing for the Saddle Club request before the Court for $600 interest to be paid on the just compensation initially deposited with the Court.

 

  1. During the final public comment period, a short discussion was held on the upcoming court hearing for the Saddle Club property.

 

  1. . The meeting adjourned at 7:13 pm. on a r/Wilson motion.

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