September 1, 2015

September 1, 2015



Members present: Robert Gunder                 

                           Kerry Bumbaugh

                           Wilbur Sanders

1.      Meeting of Quincy Township Board of Supervisors was called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Chairman Gunder followed by the Pledge of Allegiance.  Two residents were in attendance.

2.      There was no comment during initial public comment period.

3.      The Minutes of August 20, 2015 were approved on a Bumbaugh/Sanders motion along with the bills except those paid to the Supervisors. Motion carried unanimously.

4.      Tomstown/Furnace Road Water Project was discussed. Furnace Road water hookups are taking place. We have eleven laterals completely installed. A letter was sent to Franklin county Planning Commission for housing Trust Fund money to help low income families to connect. Supervisor Bumbaugh has talked to Phil Tarquino at the Planning Commission about the remaining CDBG money for the Township. The prebid meeting for the TCE Contract 102 was held this morning. Attached is a sign in sheet of bidders who attended the prebid meeting. They will be starting to pump well #6 on September 11, 2015 and the testing will be done on September 28, 2015 if all goes well.

5.      The Municipal Park grant has been closed out. Our letter should be received shortly. If we don’t hear about the remaining grant money we will follow up with Beth.

6.      A Sanders/Gunder motion approved a rent to buy agreement for a CAT Trak skid steer. The rental should be around $3100 a month. He is giving us $20000. Trade in and brought the rent to own price down to $3100 a month for 10 months. Motion carried unanimously.

7.      COG minutes/UCC Business was discussed. CCIS has filed a law suite against Clem Mellott. There is to be more information on this issue at the next COG meeting.

8.      A Bumbaugh/Sanders motion approved the MMO for 2016 of $34889.54. Motion carried unanimously.

9.      The Board reviews the Zoning Officers written report.

10.  Supervisor Bumbaugh would like to replace Buck’s truck. To do so he would like to sell any surplus equipment and the mobile that we were going to make into an office at the maintenance building during the COG’s annual auction. The Board approved the sale.

11.  Supervisor Bumbaugh informed the Board that Barkdoll Lane is being paved and the sewer line at the maintenance building has been connected.

12.  Ed Wine is going to research the Oil Station property for deeds and right of ways.

13.  Supervisor Gunder informed the Board that Rich Wagaman Auto repair shop need it an occupancy permit for l &I after being in business for 17 years. Accredited Services is helping him get his permit.

14.  During final public comment, Harry Atherton stated that the new restrooms in the park are very nice.

15.  A Gunder/Bumbaugh motion appointed Chris Hickok and Norman Walker to the Park Committee. Motion carried unanimously.

16.  An executive session on personnel matter was called at 7:40 pm.

17.  The Board reconvened at 7:45 pm, A Bumbaugh/Gunder motion approved Matthew Birely’s pay rate being $17. 00 an hour, Corey Kaiser’s pay rate being $17.50 an hour and Cathy Kozain receiving a .25 an hour raise. Motion carried unanimously.

18.  The Board would like more specifics from Charlee Landis about the flea market she would like to hold in the park in October before agreeing to it.

The Meeting adjourned at 7:48 pm. on a Gunder/Sanders motion.