July 21, 2011

Members present: Robert Gunder
Wilbur Sanders
Kerry Bumbaugh

1. Meeting of Quincy Township Board of Supervisors was called to order at 8:33 am. by Chairman
Gunder followed by the Pledge of Allegiance. One resident, two employees and Travis and John from
Brindle Associates was in attendance.

2. The minutes of July 5, 2011 were approved as written on a Bumbaugh/Sanders motion. Motion
carried unanimously.

3. There was no initial public comment.

4. Ordinance #137, Water System Specification Ordinance which replaces Ordinance #120 and it
covers both central and public water was approved on a Bumbaugh/Sanders motion. Motion carried
unanimously.

5. Ordinance #138, Mandatory Water Connection Ordinance which makes it mandatory for anyone
within 150 feet of the public water line mandatory to connect to the line was approved on a Sanders/
Bumbaugh motion. Motion carried unanimously.

6. The transfer of the PSL Water System will take place in September due to not being able to enact the
Connection and User Fee Ordinance. Work is progressing on calculating the tap fee. Willis Hess was
present at the meeting to discuss when he was to come on board as an employee. He also informed
the Board that they will need to transfer the log for the water plant along with the permit. He asked
how soon Joe and Ed will be starting to train with him before the Township takes over the plant. Joe
and Ed will start next week. At that time Willis will be placed on payroll as an employee. Once the
water plant is ours, Willis will receive $420 a month for eight hours of work and for his license to
hang on the wall at the water plant. Until such time as we start running the plant, Willis will receive
$20 an hour for the hours he is training Ed and Joe. Willis is to pick up a time sheet from the office
and turn it back in to the treasurer when filled out. Willis will furnish Ed and Joe with a key to the
Water plant, keys to the curb stops will need to be made and we will see that Willis gets a key to the
Township Office. Ed and Joe need to contact PA Rural Water and get a quality test kit and Chlorine
residual kit. Willis will show the employees how to test the chlorine levels. The chlorine must be
adjusted manually. Also they will be doing a cancer causing agent test on Wednesday of next week.
Willis also informed the Board that the water is hard; therefore it needs to be softened. The Township
is not going to soften the water once the plant has been transfered. Quincy Home will have to soften
the water at each building. A Bumbaugh/Sanders motion approved offering the softener system that is
currently connected to the plant to Quincy Home and that will reduce the purchase price of the water
system by the value of the softener system. The softener system will not be tied into the water system.
Motion carried unanimously.

7. A design alternative for the TCE water line was discussed. Since the Board has not had any success
with obtaining an agreement with Knouses for the well on their property and needing a pump to
supply Creager Road at a later date, they are looking at other locations for a well. Supervisor Sanders
questioned why it is this late being informed about the pump for Creager Road, but Travis from
William Brindle’s Office informed Supervisor Sanders that as soon as they looked at phase II of the

system they knew they would need a pump. Travis then reported on possible well sites that might
help to eliminate the pump for Creager Road. He presented the Township with a map which showed
two locations for possible wells that Wallace Koster a hydro geologist believes will produce well for
the Township. The first location is located on property owner by Harry Oyler. The second location is
on property believed to be owned by Monroe Bricker. The main concern with the location is access.
Location # 1 can be reached from Tarman Spring Road, but the right of way has been given back to
Wayne Gates. The other location may not be accessible for a well driller. To access location #1, we
may have to take back the right of way. To do this, Solicitor Lisko informed Supervisor Bumbaugh
that we will have to get an appraiser to appraise the right of way and we will have to offer that
amount of money to Mr. Gates. Before we proceed with the appraisal, Travis will have well drillers
inspect sites to see if they can access.

8. A Bumbaugh/Sanders motion approved an extension for the Mentzer Meadows Subdivision Plans
through October 31, 2011. Motion carried unanimously. Ed Wilson questioned if we have gotten
easement agreements for the utilities for Lofty Heights. Ed will contact owner about easement.

9. A Bumbaugh/Sanders motion approved the mileage rate increase set by the IRS from 50.5 cents
to .55.5 cents beginning July 1, 2011. Motion carried unanimously.

10. A Gunder/ Sanders motion approved Resolution 2011 – 3A Reservation of Lands for Future Water
Extraction Which Supervisor Gunder had prepared. Motion carried unanimously.

11. The board was presented with a petition signed by all the residents of Stamey Hill requesting that
the speed limit on Stamey Hill be lowered to 35 MPH. A traffic study must be completed before the
speed limit can be changed. The Township can reduce the speed limit without a traffic study, but the
speed limit would not be enforceable. After a brief discussion on whether speed limit signs are posted
on Stamey Hill, Sue Bowman was asked to join the meeting. Sue informed the Board that there is a
sign in front of Shawn Adolini’s house coming down the hill, but not going up. On a Sanders/ Gunder
motion, the Board approved posting the speed limit on Stamey Hill at 35 MPH across from Shawn
Adolini and at the bottom of the hill even though the speed limit would not be enforceable. Motion
carried unanimously.

12. Tina Helman has requested the use of the grounds at the Township Office building to hold a Fall
Feast around the beginning of October. The event will benefit the Cancer Society. They will need
to furnish liability insurance. Supervisor Sanders is requesting that cones and warning signs be at
the entrance to the grounds. A Bumbaugh/Gunder motion approved the use of the grounds by Tina
Helman with access to the restrooms and they will be required to clean up and take trash away after
the event is over. Motion carried unanimously. Supervisor Bumbaugh would like any further request
to go to our Rec Board.

13. Supervisor Gunder asked about where in the Township residents can recycle. Dan Long and
American Recycling accept recycling.

14. Mont Alto Municipal Authority Agreement for the Furnace Road waterline was discussed. Supervisor
Gunder informed the Board that a copy of the agreement was given to them by John Kahl who also
has a copy. The possibility of us having a well located in a section of the Township off of Tarman
Springs Road would give us the capability to furnish water to Furnace Road without connecting
the residents to Mont Alto. Supervisor Bumbaugh suggested allowing the residents to connect to
Mont Alto and them being Mont Alto’s Customers until we receive an agreement, but the question
of the taping fee was asked. Supervisor Gunder doesn’t believe that Mont Alto would accept that
offer. They will wait to see about the well possibility off Tarman Spring Road before addressing this

agreement.

15. Supervisor Bumbaugh addressed placing a burn ban on the Township until we have some rain. The
Chairman has the authority to place a ban. A Sanders/Bumbaugh motion a burn ban will be placed
on the Township, except for monitored containers with screening, effective Monday, July 25, 2011 at
7AM. Motion carried unanimously.

16. Supervisor Bumbaugh informed the Board that the RPO long range meeting has been held. He gave
each Supervisor a survey to complete and return to him. Penn Dot is changing its way of evaluating
projects. They are now going to review the project and evaluate the need and come up with a solution,
instead of the Township putting money upfront for engineering before it is submitted to Penn DOT.

17. On August 23, 2011, the Supervisors will meet with Waynesboro, Washington Township and the
Waynesboro Area School District on the Franklin County Comprehensive plan, but Lloyd Hamberger
from Waynesboro Borough would like to meet on July 21, 2011 for lunch at the Parlor House to
compose an agenda.

18. Supervisor Bumbaugh would like to liquidate three campers. We have had them since July of 2009.
It should be total profit from the sale. A Sanders/ Gunder motion approved liquidating three campers.
Motion carried unanimously.

19. The Meeting with Washington Township, Waynesboro Borough Waynesboro School District and
Quincy township about the Franklin County Comprehensive Plan will be held on August 23, 2011 at
the Parlor House at 7 pm. We will advertise this meeting.

20. Final Period of Public comment, Ed Wilson informed the Board that he will not have the panels for
the sewer plant upgrade until the middle of August.

21. Supervisor Bumbaugh stated that the Board would be recessing until after meeting with Washington
Township, Waynesboro Borough and Waynesboro School District at noon at the Parlor House. Until
the meeting time, Bob and Kerry will be reviewing some areas for the waterline with Travis and John
from William Brindle’s Office. Supervisor Sanders will not be attending the meeting at the Parlor
house, but would like to know if an amendment can be submitted for the extra cost for the Water line
now to DEP. He was informed that we are in the process of compiling that request.

22. The meeting adjourned at 1:10 pm. on a Bumbaugh/Gunder motion.